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THE WASHINGTON CRJTIC, MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 21, 18U0.
H0TURE3 OF MEN AND THING3 AT
THE NATION'S CAPITAL.
A CruBl Story About Dolncnto llul)Olx
A loins Professor The I'rotl
itnntliil llrcnliTust Hour Vnothor
llnrblnger or Spring.
Homo friends of .Delegate, 'Dubois
Maitcil n cruel libel nbout him Inst
week. Ho U n young man, being still
on the sunny sldo of 40, nnd his lmlr
nml mustnclio nro black as tho ravou's)
wing. The other dny n box con-
fpicucntily labeled "Professor 's
iS'nvur-Fnlllng Jlnlr Dyo" airlvuil at
AVIllnid's addressed to him, and the
story was iniiiilly circulated that tho
blackness of his hair was duo to tho use
of that.compound. The box contained
nothing but a lino sample of Idaho
wheat, but the Ho got a good start and
Sir. Dubois has not yet been ablo to
bend It off.
Professor Crcsspan of Toxas, who
has recently been appointed a special
agent of tho Census Department, for
duty In this city, Is a man with a his
tory. He went out to Toxas way back
in tho MOs, after having been jilted by
a New Jersey girl. Smarting under the
effects of his rebuff ho throw himself
into border warfaro with great vigor, In
hopes of meeting death. After an en
counter with a band of hostllo Indlnns,
who relieved him of his scalp, ho got
tired of his chase after tho grim de
stroyer nnd took to sphool toaching. lie
wns engaged in tho business for a score
of years and obtained a reputation
among tho young border toughs who
liked nothing better than to break a
schoolmaster all up, .as "a bad man to
fool with." In appearance tho Pro
fessor is oue of the mildest-mannered
men you would meet in a day's walk.
Ho is also of slight physical build, but
when aroused to anger is said to be a
Sampson. He is now obliged to wear a
black wig, in order to ' conceal the
mages made by the Indians,
It is 8:80 o'clock In tho morning and
the tinkle of a silver bell has just been
heard in tho private dining-room in tho
northern end of tho first floor of the
"White House, and penetrates up the
staircaso into tho family rooms on the
second floor. Tho President has been
up and stirring for some time, though
ns yet he has not been visiblo outside
Iho door of his chamber, the windows
of which overlook tho green plain of tho
"White Lot. The souud of the break
fast bell calls the entire family down
stairs. Mrs. Harrison is already bust
lins nbout tho dining-room, and as the
President enters the nurso brings in the
king of the household n.nd the ruler of
the I'ic&Iilent, little Benjamin Harrison
3leKco. Breakfast is a leisurely meal.
There is a great deal of cheerful morn
ing chatter around the board and after
it is over the President and Baby Ben
always have a romp upstairs.
"What an American would, call buck
and a German bock beer, is a special
brewing which is only introduced once
in a season about tho latter pnrt of
JIarch or eaily in April. Some of it Is
out now. The beer is always heralded
by a card representation of a rampant
buck and n rather pretty cup-bearer of
the female sex. The rampant buck is
indicative some sny, of the condition a
man will bo In if ho drinks too many
glasses of the seductive beverage. It is a
very nice but a strong and heavy beer.
It should bo drunk in moderation.
A former citizen of "Washington, who
now resides within the golden gates of
California, was yesterday looking at a
newly-fluished building on Eleventh
street', between G and H, and so was
The Critic. The Callfornlan, a middle-aged
gentleman, remarked to tho
scribe: "When I left "Washington there
were no houses around about this local
itynothing but vacant lots. I am sur
prised at the way the city has improved
within the space of fifteen years. It
has almost doubled in buildings and
CONGRESS AND COURTS-MARTIAL..
Inquiry Into the Convictions of Soldiers
nil Sailors to IIo Made.
Army and Navy officers are receiving'
serious consideration here, attention be
ing directed to them by the fact that
there are now three courts-martial In
progress, viz. v the Stecle-Wtld case in
Chicago, the JlcCalla case in Brooklyn,
and tho Healy case in San Francisco. In
each case the commanding officer is be
ing tiled on charges of unwarranted
severity and cruelty to those under him.
It is probable that tho troubles iu
ttcar-Admiral "Walker's Squadron of
Evolution will result in a court of in
quiry when the squadron luturns to tho
United States, and a com t of inquiry
may bo ordered in tho case of Lieutenaut
Commander Longncckcr at Newport,
Tho fact that such a state of affairs
exists is attracting Congressional atten
lention nud resolutions of inquiry into
the number of convictions of soldiers
nnd sailors by courts-martial will prob
ably bo offcicd in Congress' this week.
Permit to llnllil.
Building permits were granted to-day
as follows: Henry Orth' one three-story
biick dwelling, 1011 L street north
west, $18,000; Henry Hawkins, pne
two-btory frame dwelling, lot 00, $200;
3. r. Lee, ono three-story brick ware
house, ienr-172 Indiana avenue, $4,000;
11. A. Griswold, one two-story frame
dwelling; -Maple avenue, Anaco6tla,
:r2,fi00; II. A, Griswold, ono two-story
frame dwelling, Yalloy street, Anncos
Repairs t" t'ouuty Ronds.
The Commissioners have ordered
&150 to be paid fiom tho appropriation
foricpalrs to county roads, for tho
conMiuctlonof fences "on "Woodley Lane
load, Belmont avonuo, Connecticut
avenue, Twentieth stieet oxtended, and
at Klinglo Ford and Pierce Mill
.11 ul n nml I'ipo Sowers.
The Commissioners have ordered tho
following amounts to bo placed as pro
visional charges against tho approprin
Hon for main and pipo sewers: Cost of
work under contract 1171, $23,:150; do.
under contract 1225, $0,000.
Home, mi tlio Iimtiillmeut 1'lAii.
A corporation which slioulil find favor In
tbo eyes of people ot limited "means who
desire to own tholr own homes, has estab
lished mi agency- 1" thl city. It is the
(,ranltoStato President Association, which
is reprckoiiU'il hero by V. S3. Odell & Co.,
looms i J and 31 Atlantic bulldlw;. Tuts
Institution Is conducted on entirely differ
ent principles from the building loan asso
ciations and H piactieally a mutual mort
uulo company. Its patron cuu, by pay
mentor fruiuI5 to 430 monthly, which Is
Ipfa 'bun Is goneully eunsidereJ alow
i cut, buy a cosy suburban homo In any
locality or ctjlo. 'Ilieir scheme Is oue
whli h tioultl oomiuelld Itself to all wbd
are tired of paying money In order to ob.
turn a roia temporary shelter, ond tlio
sL'cnt will cheerfully furnish U1 It details.
OF INTKRr.ST TO TAX-PAYERS.
Tim Commissioners Itctiort, Favorably
upon un important I.oenl II 1 II.
Tho District Commissioners havo
recommended favorable action upon
Senate bill 2030, "For tho relief of
holders of District of Columbia special
assessment certificates nnd for other
purposes," which was referred to them
by Senator Ingalls for opinion. In their
report they Bay:
"Tho necessity for tho relief this
measuro contemplates arlso through no
laches of the holders or the hens in
question, but through tho ncllon of tho
public authorities in tho following
"1, By acts of Congress remitting
taxes on the propeity subject to tax
lien, ns In tho act for tho relief of tho
heirs of Cornelius .1. Boylo nnd tho net
for the relief of Eliza W. Patterson.
" '2. By net of.Congrcss retroactively
exempting property of religious and
charitable organizations, as tho act re
lieving parsoungo property and orphan
asylums of nil taxes prior to July 1, 1971,
upon payment of all taxes accrued since
" '3. "Where the collection of the tax
upon which tho Hen is based is re
strained by tho courts.
" '4. "Where property encumbered by
a tnx Hen came Into possession of tho
United States by escheat or gift, or of
tho United States or Dlstiict of Colum
bia by gift or purchase, and tho unpaid
assessments against tho same thereby
" '5. By the omission of tho amount
of unpaid tax from tho certificates of
arrearages of taxes required to bo given
by tho collector by act of Congress
of Febiuary 2, 180, which directs that
said omissions shall operate to relieve
the property affected from further pur
suit for such tax liens against such
properly of their sccmity.
" '0. By reductions and cancellations
of special assessments mado in tho
course of revision and corrections of
such assessments under acts of Juno
10, 1878, and Juno 27, 1870.'
"The claims for amount of reduc
tion in special assessments mentioned
in tho bill grow out of tho provision In
the. act of June 27, 1810, limiting tho
bcncflt of levision to those who had
paid their special assessments prior to
Juno 10, 1878". This provision was ap
parently designed to extend to those
who had paid their special assessments,
the relief given by the act ot June,
1878, to thoso only whoso special as
sessments were unpaid, and not to ex
clude from such relief those who paid
after that date. A number of theso
payments were made- after Juno 18,
1878, but, before tho completion of tho
rovision of the assessments, upon the
promise, It is claimed, of tho then Com
missioners that, if such payments wero
found by the levision to havo been ex
cessive, the amount of tho reduction
would be refunded. The Commis
sioners know of no good reason why
these claims should not be allowed.
"The amount involved in this bill
will not exceed $10,000."
iei: JllONO SHOOTS.
Trigger Willi Etlect anil
a Midnight Intruder.
It is very seldom that a Chinaman Ire
sorts to the use of a gun, but Lee
Quong, n "Washington lauudryman,
pulled the tilgger of a Smith &
Wesson with telling effect at Hing
Leo's, No. 813 Pennsylvania avenue,
yesterday. Thomas Brown, colored,
alleged to be a burglar, is the victim.
It is claimed tbrft Brown had forced au
cntranco to Hing Lee's place, for tho
purposo of robbery.
Lee Quong, who was sleeping in a
small room in the establishment, heard
the noiso, and as it was about midnight
he came to the conclusion that tho in
truder had no business there. Quona
shot twice nt him in the dark, and did
not know that he had hit any ono uutil
Brown was picked up afterward in tho
street. Officer Mansfield, who was near
at hand when tho shooting occurred,
ordered tho police ambulance and the
negro was sent to the Freedman's Hos
pital. The.two Chinamen were placed
under ai rest.
At the hospital tho wounded burglar
gavo tho name of George Carter, but
this is known to bo an assumed one.
no has been identified as an old offender
and has done a two years' term in
Albany for a similar offense. Sinco tho
shooting it has been ascertained that on
Saturday night Caitcr, alias Brown, and
better Known as "Jjong Tom, burglar
ized two other places, and a revolver
that had been stolen from 214 II street
was found in his possession when
Carter was tho leader of a gang that
has been breaking iuto Chinese laun
dries for some time, nnd it is known
that two while boys have been impli
cated with him. One of these, named
Hunter, has been nrrcsted. It Is bo
lievcd that on Satuulay night Carter
also broke Into and robbed Moy Foon's
laundry, at Ul'J Tiilril street, ot -fi in
money and some clothing.
Tho wounded man is still alive, but
the doclois at the hospital think that
his chances for recoverylaro few as the
wound Is a dangerous ono. LeeQuong
and Hing Lee tire still in custody, but
the feeling seems to be that thoy. are
entitled to their liberty.
At noon to-day it wns found that
Caitcr was sinking rapidly, and the
following anto moitcm statement was
Monday, 11:4 3 a. m , March 24, 1600.
I think I am going to die. I don't think
I will get over It. I have no expectation
of getting over the wounds I received. A
Cliinaman shot me In bis back room on
Pennsylvania avenue, between Third and
Four-and-a-half streets. I wont In there to
steal. I don't know what house It was
but It as last night. 1 did not fire at him
before bo flred at me. He tired at me thieo
times. Jon Hunter, a white mau, went
thero with ine. Wo xot into tbe hallway
nud opened the door, but did not break
anything. I do not know the name ot the
Chinaman that shot me.
(1 COUCH Uuitkh.
It has now been ascertained that
Caitcr aud Hunter entered no less than
half a dozen places on Sunday night.
It is the custom of tho Chinamen to
spend every Sunday night together at
tho "washc, washe" house of a friend.
Caitor took advantage of this am
thought It would bo a good chance to
make a haul. A liusro quantity
of nionoy and Chinese coin
wns found in Hunter's room,
Leo Quong, who has ihown himself to
bo so expert with a revolver, was
brought before Judge Miller this after
noon, Judge Sncll and II. IX Moul
ton acting as his counsel. District
Attorney Amies stated that insomuch
as Carter had admitted going into tho
laundry for theft, tho shooting wns
justifiable, nnd ho would enter n nolle
Goulil In i:iulHlHjiirii,
City or Mr.Mco, n Oai.mjsios,
3lareh '.'I. Jay Gould and rnrty hivo
1 cached Guadalajara. .
"Tho women tell in aver) day
'1 hat all my bloom has jusbuiI nw.iv."
Hut they emild no longer ehiila you wllh
b sg or bloom aud beauty, If ou mado mn
of thi. cieat rtstorat!w, Dr. 1'ieree's Fa
vorite Vrcscrijitlon. All female urahuossa
nnd tleraugi'ru! nta vanlh beloro this ux
rcllent remedy. Thin, pulo and emaciated
women, who find extntcm o buidcusomo on
account of their nllmciile, should at -oiu'o
haie reeourec to ibis luirivaled specific.
X,AVOIItNO ..HAIU" ANSON.
He Indulge In n Smile nt tlio llrnthcr
Niiw Youk, March 21, A special
to the Herald from St. Augustlno, Fin.,
says: I had o long chat with "Baby"
Anson, of the Chicago League team
jestcrdny. Tho big fellow Is looking
os fine as a llddlo, and was mighty glad
to talk to a "Northerner," as ho called
mo, IIo was iiurslng his favorite bat
covered with notches cut with a pen
knife. ""What nro those notches, Anson?" I
asked ns n preliminary; "home rutis?"
' 'No ; base hits made off of Hutchison
this season," glancing nt his pet pitcher,
who stood near.
"Yes, but I pitched you out twleo
on Thursday," camo back from tho
"What do you think of your team?"
"The best lot of boys-1 over got to
gether suro to please our Chicago peo
ple and como mighty near winning
tho I.cnguo psnnant. Sullivau nnd
Hutchinson aro pitching, great ball.
Cooncy covers his territory to the
Queen's taste. Burns, who has been lay
ing off for a day or two, suits third bnso
as it suits him. Kitlrldgo ond Laucr
arc impioving dally ns backstops and
nro throwing to bases In great shape.
Tho outfield with Carroll, Wilmot nnd
Andrews to hustle about is about as well
protected as I could wish. On tho
whole you can say that I'm thoroughly
content nnd proud of my men nnd look
forward to ono of tho "tnost prosperous
seasons Chlcngo has ever known."
"Ansonj where- do you pick your ma
A low laugh "The Brotherhood
men think they inonopollo tlio baseball
talent of tho country. Aro there no
coming men, then? Docs any other
profession die out for lack of fresh
blood? I havo drag-nets out nil over.
I mnrk promising men, find chances to
watch them play, get to know them,
and if they have flic right spirit nnd
sand I givo them a show with us. I'vo
hod this kind of dealing with a number
of the big heads who arc now leaders in
"You don't think much, then, of tho
big break in tho ranks?"
Anson, who had been prattling along
very much like a bis; baby, now Hung
his pet bat aside as If he had made a
two-bnso hit and struck out with lire in
his eye. "Mark my words, I'vo been
playing ball for twenty years, and I'vo
been eleven years iu the League. Tho
louows wuo are on top now in tlio
Brotherhood have many of them been
drawing fat salaiics 'for years when tho
management was losing money. "Ward
nnd a lot of them were drawing their
$2,000 and i?!J,000 a year and salting
most of it away. They imagined they
wero being made tools of, or pretended
they did. They broko off without
knowingwby, and I'll givo them exactly
ono year to come crying back to the
fold. The judgment, tho experience,
the brains and tho capital aro with the
League, and nothing but a bit of senti
ment and n lot of sore heads with the
I changed tho subject abruptly, for
there were lightning Hashes now In the
yellow eyes, with "How does the
Southern trip system work?"
"Admirably." I could never have got
my men in their present condition if
tucy jiauiri una uie weatber ami
grounds to play on. Jly team will
open tho season as well trained and
conditioned as the ordinary team used to
be about the middle of the season."
"How -about that bear that some of
vourboys shot on Anastasia Island on
"Fact, I assure you. Somo of them
went over thero on n little excursion
ami took an old gun along. Bruno
turned up sure enough. There was a
general slide for first by every ono but
'Hutch,' who held the gun, and he let
Mr. Bear havo a drop curve that caught
him in the vitals and put him out. All
the hotels served bear steaks that
I can add my own testimony to this
talc, that at the Ponce do Leon tho
next day "bear steak a la Anson" was
iho piece de resistance on the'bill of fare.
REVIEW OF TRADE.
The Volume of lliulncni .Larger Than
in Any Previous Year
NewYome, March 24. The business of
to day Is large, says It. O. Dun fc Go's
Weekly flciicw oj Trade, but signs aro not
cuthcly flattering as to tho business of to
morrow. Another belated fragineut ot
winter, which would have been welcome
In January, came just in time to disturb
trado a little, but the volume of buslnesi Is
indisputably larger than In any previous
year at this season. Tlio touuage shipped
Eastward by rail from Chicago continues
larger than ever. Railroad earnings thus
far reported for March exceed those of any
Hank clearings at New l orlc show a eain
over last year of 3 per cent, at Boston,
Philadelphia and Chicago of 12 per cent.,
and at all other cities of 11 percent. Alt
the signs prove tbat actual shrinkage of
consumption Is confined to a few Hues only,
principally those affected directly by the
absence of winter, bqt Jlitit Iu other
branches consumption is hirgcrthan atauy
former time. In some I'discs. as In Iron, the
only difficulty or danger comes from the
fact tbat a consumption clearly tho largest
nor kuown Is probably surpassed by a
production far beyond all records. l!e
poiU from every part of tho country re
present traue as rainy satistactory.
31 KS. HUKCIIKI.I.'H rATIIEIl.
lie lias Come to New York From
London to Help lit DaiiRlitor.
New Youk, March 21. Among tho pas
sengers on tho White Star ntcamship Ger
manic, which arrived yesterday wis David
Steven8on,the fathor of Mrs. Burcholl, whose
husband Is under arrest for mnrilerlug
Ficderlck Henwoll at Woodstock, Cauada,
on Fcbrarary 17. Mr. Stevenson, who
Is district trafllc manager of the London
pud Northwestern ltailroad Company, was
accompauled by his daughter, Mrs. West
Jones, and Mr. l W. O. Pulton, lato Illi'h
Sheriff of London. From tho maimer in
which Mr. Stephenson snoko of Hurchell it
docs not look as It ho will do much toward
tho defense of his son-in-law.
,Si:CU!ti:i IIV THE SYNDICATE.
Hi Mull CipHul Invested In Kuntuckj
Louisville, K.T., March 34. It Is re
poited here that the negotiation of
au English syndicate for the leading distil
leries of Kentucky had'been closed. Promi
nent dlstllleis confirm tlio report. Among
tlio establishments to be purchased are:
Athorton, Sheerley fc Patterson's of I.ouls
vlllo, Stage's of Frankfort, Tarr it Co.'s of
I,oiugtnu, White's of Paris, and Pcpper'i
Louisville, Ky., Maich 21, In a moon,
ehlnoiaid, Qcuciul Deputy-Collector Haw
kins with ten ofuYers eapturcd sevcu men
and live guns. They also destroyed live
stills and 2,000 gallons ot beer.
Notiii.mi ECiutis Dr. Hull's Cough
Syrup for all casos of soio throat, coughs,
All pains are speedily dispatched by tho
use ot Salvation OH. l'llio 25 cents
PAlllti:-On Monday, Mai-oh 21, l(t)J, Dr
Joseph .Maxwell Parke, aged 67 yoirs and
eight iDDiulis. ...
Fnuoral M-rvlef s at Asmmbly Presbyterian
Chinch, corner Sixth and I streets not ihwost,
on Wednesday, sail. Inteiment at Chestnut
Lei el. Lam-aster Coui'tr l'.
Iteganl tlwo m n-rTli'e eo this paper to
KILLED HIS MOTHER.
Terrible Crlmo by nn Eloven-Yenr-OIil
Minding, Tr.N.v., Jlarcli 21. A
special to the Appeal from Soniorviilc,
Tenn says; "A nuirder was com
mitted hero this morning, thc-vlctim
being Mrs. Sally Hobson, colored, and
tho murderer hcrll-ycar-old boy. Mrs.
Hobson was n servant in tho family of
the Episcopal minister and lived with
her four children in a small house In
tho rear of tho parsonage.
"This morning her husband, who had
been In tlio country at work, called at
the house Iu company with another
negro, and after a short stay started out
for work, llcturnlng a half hour later
n terrible sight mot his eyes. On one
side of tho door lay tho decapitated re
mains of his wife, and several feet
awoy the head. A stick of wood on
which her neck had been placed when
the cutting was done showed thrco dis
tinct cuts of an axe.
"The boy was found playing with
the other children, bis clothing satu
rated with blood. Ho nt first claimed
tbat the blood came from n chicken
which he had killed, but at tho cor
oner's inquest ho admitted that ho had
committed tho crime. He said his
mother laid her hoad down on the block
nnd told him if he did not cut her head
'off sho would kill him. Tho boy's
story is n6t believed, and ho wa3 placed
in jail pending further investigation."
Silt. CALL, DENIES.
Ho Siij'K Ho Is Not- tho Author of
Charces Against Mlnil,
Jacksonville, Fi,a March 21.
United States Senator Call arrived hero
last night. "With reference to" the pub
lished statements regarding his en
counter with United States Marshal
Mizcll on Saturday, he said ho did not
think the subject was n fitting ono for
n newspaper controversy. Tho report
published, ho declaicd.was incorrect.
Ho admitted tbat Mr. Mizcll bad used
language toward him as substantially
stated, no denied that he had asserted
that he would havo killed Mizcll but for
tho presenco.of MYs. Call. He merely
told Miell that lie was at all times
responsible for his conduct. Mr
Mizcll becoming satisfied that his
remarks and manner of nnproaeh were
improper, voluntarily 'wftbdrcw and
apologized. Tho matter was settled
satisfactory to both pai ties. Ho de
nied being the author of tho charges
against Ml.cll. He has written no let
ters with logard to Mi.ell's private life,
but had merely placed some letters aud
documents sent to him respecting
Mizcll, but not his privato life, before
the proper authoiities.
A Dakota Hotel ltiirneil.
MiXNCAi'OLis, Minn., March 24.
A special to tho Journal from AVahpc
ton, N. D says: The Headquarters
Hotel here burned this morning. Loss
I N FANTS l NVALI DS.
iKABt B on erMnrn J MAilK
Perfect Substitute for Mother's Milk.
N CHOLERA INFANTUM AND TEETHING.
A quickly suImUitsd rood for DYSPEPTICS,
A PERFECT NUTniENTinsllKMtlngdltenaus.
REQUIRES ND COOMNO. KEEPS IK Alt CLIMATES.
.?AV?'ormlr,'onll,"Tho Care and Foodlncof
"""Infanta," milled free to any .ddresa.
DOLIBER-GOODALE CO., BOSTON. MASS.
WHY PAY RENT?
Payments of S15 to S30 monthly will buy
you a cozy suburban homo In nny locality
you desire or stylo you fancy. Wo will buy
for or sell you a house of any value on pro
We aiu not a Building Loan Association,
'but a Mutual Mortgage Company, with over
2,000 members, having tho plans, ways 'nud
means to carry out above offer.
Granite State Provident Association,
1U9 AND 171 HUOAnWAY,
W. S. ODELL & CO.
Rooms M-34 Atfantlo Building
930 F street n. w
Iu 31lncral or Timber lands iu Eastern Ken
tucky. West Virginia and tho Southwestern
part of Old Virginia, or in lots and acre prop
erty in or near the new and coming towns of
Old Virginia, will nay over 10 Ver Vent. Capi
talists and small Investors address W. A. It.
ROBEKThON, Attorney und Counsollor-at
I n Law, Wall St., New York I fJ
1 J City, or Bristol. Tenu. w
rcr cent per cent.
111.1 rslit'Ol. Member or WushliiKtiui
Ntot'k llxcliuiiKe. AU local Mocks
nml securities loni;lit nml hoIiI.
ISST" ASSESSORS' OFFICK. I). C, ""
Notice Is hcieby given that all licenses is
sued to pcdillois, produce deahns at largo
aud In the several markets will expho on the
31STDAY OF 3IARUII, 1SW. Said llconsos
must bo promptly renewed by nil persons de
siring to continue suoh business.
By Older of the Commissioners, D. C
ini-22,d&S,0t Assessor, D. C
141C Penna. are., opposite Wlllard'a nolo!.
Thousands from far and uuar visit Dr. White
for relief fromand avoidance of corns, bun
Ions, diseased nails and all other fool
troubles, llonrs. 8 u. m. to 0 p.m.; San
days, 0 to 12. llstabllshoil 1801. Fee. 11.
fSSfLAIlIBS! LADIE3I LADIEs!
K3jy jir9, McCafferty Is tbo only hat and
bonnet-frame manufactuier In thguity. Call
and sco her new shapes. Illoachln and
pressing. Straw and felt hats altered to the
latest styles. Orders promptly alteudod to,
1909 a street u.w-
P' pan u AKin l
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M'lH I A I, NOTIUE.
If V. OP TUB iJAUnnil ASPHALT
No 1 BHajiMriY, Nfcw YonK,
March 8, 1693.
TO WIlnM IT MAY COCBltN!
A lon'tlniiol tlieltoel lolilurnuf the Barber
AMilialll'alitH Comiai. 'will bj held at tlio
tnW of tl'c company, ' No. 1 Ilro.vlwttV,
New York, at II a m.. M(J DAY, MAUU'lUt.
I'no, for the conl(lerntioiu, tin; questional
IntrraMnRllio rnpltal tofk 'f tho company
nml tho tt abaction nf such other basfnoss
as may como before It.
A. I lUIUIER, l'rotldoat.
J. r, HOfK. sorrotaty. inarI0,t-,?l,?5
OITICK OF T1IK rONTKOLLCK
or the I'umiENOY.
Wjimiinoton, March 8, 1GD0.
hcrca. by satisfactory evldenco pre
sented to the umlcrclKncd It has been mado
to appear that tho Lincoln National Hank of
Washington, In tho city of WashlrRlon, In
tho District of Columbia, has complied with
nil tho provisions of tbo statiUon of tho
United States required to bo compiled With
beforo an association shall bo authorized to
commenco tho bulnci of Hanking!
Now, theroforo, I, Edward 8, Laoey, Con
troller of tho Currency, do horoby certify
that the Lincoln National Hank of washing
ton, In tho city of Washington, in tho Dis
trict of Columbia, Is authorized to com
menco the business of banking, as provided
In section fifty ono hundred and sixty-nino
of tho JtcvlfCd Statutes nf tho United States.
In testimony whereof witness my hand
and seal of oQlco this Mi day of March. WX).
K. 8. LACEY,
Controller of tbo Currency.
ltxcoln national bank
op washington. d. c.
In nrconlanco with tbo abovo nutliorlty,
tho Lincoln National Hank of Washlhgton
will open Its ofllco at tho corner of 0th and D
sticets northwest on or about tho TWENTY
FIB TH DAY OF MARCH, 1800, for tho pur
peso of conducting tho banking business In
all Its blanches.
John A. Trescott, J. IlarrlsonJolmson,
Frederick A. Stler. Tlenry F. Haucr
Taul n. cromellcn, Itecclvlng Teller.
William E. Abbott, IT Bradley Davidson,
Watson J. Nowton, Augustus nurgdorf,
William O.Donlson, John A. Trescott,
Job Barnard, Jcsso C. Ergood,
Frederick W. Piatt, Soymour Cunningham,
W. S. Hoge, Frederick A. Tohlffoly,
Augustus C, Coppcs.J. Harrison Johnson,
Hlchaid A. Walker.
Ka5TGEO. c. nENNINO, President.
B.KENT L. BALDWIN, Cashier.
THE TltADEHS' NATIONAL BANK
010-O1S PENNA. AVE. N. W.,
Washington Bafo Deposit Co. Building.
Bank opens 9:10 a. m. from April 1 to Octo
ber l;10a.m. from October 1 to Apiil 1.
Closes at 3d. in.
All Notes offered for Discount must be placed
In bank tho day provlous.
Oeorgo C. Honnlng, Frail G. Schafcr,
Charles Banm, Samuel S. Sliedd,
E. F. Droop, ' Emmons a. Bmlth.
William A. Gordon, John T. Vnruell,
Osceola C. Green, Ilcrlab Wllklns,
John D. Langhorno.
IJCJSfTTIE COLUJIBIA NATIONAL BANK,
IKS? ou f at, n. w., Washington, D. C.
A General Banking Ilnslnoss Transacted.
B. IL WARNER, President.
A. T. BRITTON, Vice-President.
E. S. PARKER, Cashier.
CAPITAL Sl.000,000. TEMI'ORARYOFnCES.
1001 F st n w, previous to the erection of
tho company's building, corner 0th nud F
sts n w.
3IONEY LOANED ON COLLATERAL AND
ON REAL ESTATE. Well secured loans,
guaranteed by the company, for sale. In
terest paid. Call on or correspond with us
W. B. ROIJISON, Sec. 11. II. WARNER, l'res,
Charles B. Dalley, George F. Sehafer,
James L. Baibonr, Thomas Somervlllo,
OeorftoE. Bartol, John A. Swopo,
Richard W. Clay. J. 8. Swormstodt,
Horace S. CummlnRS, Hattersloy V. Talbott
J. J. Darlington, Oeorgo Truosdell,
John Joy Edson, 11. II. Warner,
CharlcH J. Faulkner, A. A, Wilson,
Albert F. Fox, L. D. Wlne.l
O. C. Green. S. W. Woodward.
William II, Gnrley, Chas. Ben. Wilkinson,
John II. Lamer, A. S. Worthlngton.
'WIT? NOT nAVE YOUR SniRTS
made bv one of tho most celebrated
cutters In America? Prices samo as thoso
tblrd-rato cutters charge. P. T. HALL, 903 F
Advertisements under this head, four lines or
ess, 25 cents for one insertion; 50 cents for three.
W'aHTEDTWO RELIABLE 3IEN.WHO
understand loan association work, to
act as general agents for tho Peoplo's Build
ing. Loan and Saving Association of Genera,
N. Y. Wilto early, giving ago andlefereuccs.
S. I'. GASCOIGNE. itanagcr. mrtl.lw
estant preforred) for general house
work In a small family. Address Box A, this
WANTED-BY A GOOD COLORED LAUN
dross, washing and Ironing to do nt
homo; references given. Apply 1819 N II av.
TANTED-A WHITE GIRL FOR QEN-
) oral housework In a small family,
man. wife nnd bov8 vears old: German nro-
ferred; to the rignt party pleasant homo
and good wages assured.
Apply at No. 1003
A N ABLE ADVERTISING. INSURANCE,
J. Sato, Lightning-rod-or Book Agent, or
Reporter, of great savolr falro, for litorary
work. Large salary. Write London & Hart
ford Pub. Co., N. Y.
WANTED-jTyoUNG LADY 0FHIG1I
social standing, leflncment nnd cul
ture, financially omDarrassed, earnestly de
sires Immediate employment; do copying or
writing of any kind or act &t companion and
assistant to an invalid or elderly lady, or
will instruct small chlldien nnd take the en
tire caro of them lor the summer; highest
rcrcronccs aim testimonials given as to anil
ity, Ac; terms moderate Address 31ISS
VIRGINIA C .Box 117, Liberty, Bedford
' Countv. Va.
WANTED TO PURCHASE I' ROM OWNER
suveral smull framo houses: prlco not
to exceed S200 each; no commissions. Ad
dress T , Crltio Office. martl,3t
room In tho northeast part ot city
where thero will bo no objection to light
housekeeping. Address D. P. II.. thlsollico.
. WW-. VV-. V- .-. ..vv .VW
Aditrtlsementivuder this head, four Ums or
lets, ttcentsfor one Insertions: 50 ti for three.
ANY LADY WHO WISHES A TRUE, CON
tiding filend, In every respect, please
addross II. WARE, cqroMI llth i-t. u.w.
ATOW IS TinTTIME. WE WILL PAY
XN "big money" for gents' rlrst-olas-t soo-ond-hand
clothing. Addiess or call at
JCBTU'S OLD STAND, 019 D St. 11. W.
rou sAi.i: siisoi:i.i.am:ous.
Advertisement! under this head, four lines or
less, 25 cenU for out Intel tlon; 50 cents for three.
IPOR SALE-J7.5C0 BATOl'ILAS 1ST M
J" gage Bonds aro oflered for nalo by
E 11 tori'ltELL,
No. 114S N, Y. avo.
TTOlt SALE-HORSE AND LANI1AH-A
I; stylish Gray Hore, over 10 hands huh;
lino harness aud not much used; Lauduu
mado by Joyce; aro offered at reasonable
rates ou account of owner loain,j the city.
E. II. COTTRELL, 1IH N Y. OVO.
TPOH 8ALE-?75-SPFClAI. STAR, 51-INCH,
L1 silent raehet, 1 nickel, absolutely per
feet condition, Addiess or apply 21 A st s o.
ctu.xqm itiui. l'.srATi:
,,OR SALR-AItOl"!' 17 AC'IIES ON ,ID T
V no extended. on the Hue of tho Eoklng
ton aud SoldlviV Home Railway, being u put
ot tho ovtateof the late chief Juttioe Cli is,),
now called "Kdgowortd;" ugoiid opportunity
for Investors. For partlimlars. prlee, et,-,
InqulieofCllAPIN BROWN, U U st n w.
1,-sOlt SALE- BIltbwOOD -HRAITIFITLLY
I.' located; adjoining (lurlottesvillti. V. ;
ovtr MOaiies. all mod Iran. Innliidiinr rrui
furniture; only ''1,000 B, il HOHKUrMlV,
roil SALK HOUSKl.
fcAvsv '.--' - .sN- ' i.s.Vi
AdrtTtUmuntti ututtr thl head, four llrutor
lilt, M cnt for on wttrlUinl W) emit for three.
I70II BALE-AN EXCELLENT DOUrH.G
I? brick cornor dwelling, sltuatod In tlio
Lost part nf tho n w section; handsomely fln
lnhrtlj with all modern fittings and Improve
ments. Owing to clrcnmstancos oalllng tho
owner to a distant elty this property Is of
fered nt a low prli'o, nml Is unquestionably
the bet pnrclmso now attalnablo In that sec
tion; price $18,W0. l H, KOIlKItT.SON, 1515
17011 SAI.E-A BAUOA1N IF BOLD AT
L' oncoj !! story and basement brlok homos
7 rooms and bath', nil mod Imps; sltuatod at
No. 41)0 1 st n w; prlco $ 1 ,100; terms one third
cash, bnlaiico 1, is nnd ,) years. Apply
to FltANCia IlflTY, 1301 V it n w. folMTO
JTOIt BALE-ON CONN AVE, A LAttflk,
1 commodious, sunny house, containing
nil mod imp, In n fashionable ami nttraetlro
neighborhood. 11. II. ltOUEItTKON, KM II st.
17011 SALE-A VEItY FINE DOUBLE COM
J! ncr hoiiso In tho n w, with over ft,om foot
of ground; prlco S W,000.
10KII1 Bill w.
I70R 8ALE-1N ALEXAND1UA. CUOOtt
: frnmo honto.Just finishing; nydrantln
yard; lot 16x118; snng homo; price, Vn. Ap
ply to HODEKT J. TUOMA8, Kooni No. 2, 013
ITOIt BALE-FHAJtB nOHSE 000 IN ffl.
! foot alloy, bet 0th and 10th and d nnd II
sts s w; 7 rooms; hall on both floors; olosots
fronting tho Potomac; IB per cent Invest
ment; lot 841 feet front by C'1 deep, 19 foot
from oth st. Apply within.
I TOIl SALE-TlTTlEEOF TOE CHEAPEST
! housos In Washington, 100, 103 nnd 110
11th st n c; two-story nnd basement, brown
stono trimmings; 7 rooms and bath; oleotrlo
bells nnd pan; prlco, J3,B0O each, $VM cash
balnnco to snlt or trado for good lots.
ntr honso; 7 rooms; handsomely pa
pered: 1000 North Carolina avo. Worth 85,
U)0. Will sell ut a sacrlQco or rent low.
OWNEB, Room i'0. 810 F st n w.
roil hunt uqusES.
AitmrltiemtnU mittir this fir ad. four linen or
leu, S5 cent for one Insertion; 50 eenti for three.
If OR RENT.
wdnndra avc, Sirs S123 00
llstnw, 35rs 125 00
ir)7Nst, ISrs 116 07
014 17th st n w, lOrs 100 00
lWl-23Nstn w, lOrs 01 07
V081ststno.l7rs 8." 00
2101st stno, 17rs 80 00
1011 N 11 avo. lOrs '.0 A0
fOSllthBtnw, 13rs 75 OS
17W M st n w, lira 7D 00
13SBstne,0rs..r 75 00
1115 Oth st n w. lCrs to oo
WlZdstnw, lOrs 03 SO
IDOSFstnw, 14rs 00 00
131 Sid avo n o. llrs 00 00
1005 N II avo n w, Ors H 00
13 E st n w. 14rs I-'.V)
CS1 P st n -w, lOrs W 00
1105 31st st n w, lOrs 45 00
1CS3 Corcoran st, 9 rs 43 00
220 1st st so, llrs 40 CO
33i7 1' St. l'.'ra 40 00
210 Cst n w, 13rs 30 00
1530 N J avo n w, 5rs 35 00
323C stnw,7rs 3140
1317 22d st n w. Ers 33 00
.118 II Bt n e, 8rs 30 45
1030 14th stnw.7rs.
20407th st. Ors
21221 31 stnw, 7rs
1208 II Bt ne7rs
2114 K stn w.Ors
lG15 3!ad!sonst, Srs...
200 Arthur Place, 7rs.
G102d stn e.7rs
1215 20th n w,8rs
1552 3d stn w, Crs
81 1 D st u 0, Ors
1031 N Cap st, Crs
ie073d stn w.Ors.
IlTnttHYlllc. Crs 10 00
213131st nw,4rs 15 35
301(n-w.8rs - 15 30
2235 Cleveland, Crs 11 00
2211 Cto eland ave, Ors avo 13 00
DM Gtli stno.Crs 12 30
2119Pst. 3rs 13 00
0 stn w, 4rs 11 SO
lllSNJavoso, 6rs . II 40
Temperance avo n w. 5rs 11 30
03 Feuton place n e, Srs 11 00
1020 5thstne, On 10 50
4 Columbia ave n w, 4rs 9 30
447 It stn w, 2rs 0 00
1722 SIcKecvcr's alloy, Irs 8 50
2518 15th St. 4 rs 8 30
1 Rumsey alley 8 00
Rear CM Mass avo nw,4rs 0 50
20437thstn W 13 00
912 21st stn w 10 30
II. II. WARNER & CO,, 010 V st n W.
il01RIavenw.l7rs SOO CO
1413 Mass ave, 17 rs and stable 200 00
llllKstnw,13rs 200 00
1022Vtaven w. 10 rs 200 00
lOHConnavo, 15 is 173 00
12a 31 st n w, 15 rs 123 00
icoo 16th stnw. llrs 125 00
1737 Q st n w. 11 rs 100 00
lioo Cliapin st n w, 13 rs 100 00
1742 P st n w, 12 rs 100 00
low 21st nw. llrs loooo
410Ctlistnw,lBrs 75 00
502 Estnw. llrs 7500
lMttChapinstnw, 12 rs 75 oo
1101 N II avo, 10 rs coco
1527Ostnw,10rs 00 00
1750Pstn w, 10rs ,3500
Pst, ncar21st,7rs 50 00
1S01 21st st n w. 8 M 50 00
1019 Corcoran stn w, 9 rs 43 BO
1538 Picrco Place. 0 rs 40 00
2032G6tn W.lOrs 40 00
ll7nstnw.8rs 33 00
2006Qstnw,2rB 33 3.1
HJOSstnw.Urs 30 00
1334 41 sts W.Ors 1800
1029 30th st n w, 9 rs II 00
Tho abovo houses can ba examined by per
mit from our ofllco only.
TH03IAS J. FISHER CO.,
1324 Fat. n. W.
1017 15th st n w. 12 rs, fur.
lJftJNbtn w, lars. iur...
lOOlHstn w, lOrs, fur....
33J7Nst n w. 13rs
732 21st stn w, 14 rs....
814 1st stn w. 10 r 10 00
511 Spruce st 40 00
1304Tstnw.S rs 40 00
1013 T stn 3v,9rs 30 50
710 Oth stno, Ors 25 00
18196thstnw, 5 rs and stable 18 50
cnAS. E. BANES,
With John F. Wacgaman.
N. w. cor. Hth and Gsts. n. w.
FOR RENT TWO BRAND NEW SIX
room framo housos, high and dry loca
tion; near churches aud publlo school in
Unlontown. Inquire of A.BEHKEND.IISH
rou i:i:nt uooais.
Advertisements under this head, four lines or
lies, 25 cents for one Una tlon: 50 cents for three.
HANDSOME FURNISHED ROOMS, EN
huito or single, at tbo Buckingham, 320
15th st n w. overlooking 3!cPheraon Square.
JSOlT KENT-TWO FURNISHED R003I8,
? suitable for gentlemen. No.OOSMstnw.
MRS. RINES-'THE ELSMEIIB"-1B II
Ht n w; new plumbing, new furniture;
20 additional rooms; personal attention to tho
table; location eontial, near tho Arlinztou
BIOM1V TO LOAN.
o" C. HlLLrREAL ESTATE AND LOANS.
Q. Baigalns In all parts of tbe olty. Ufo
and Fire Insurance. Corner Sth and F sts
n w. Lo Droit Building.
T I ONLY TO LOAN FOR LUILDING PUR
liJ poes. No delay when soourlty Is ao
ceptablo. K3IMON3 Si BROWN, 9J0 F st n W.
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE OH
first-class securities at lowest rato3 ot
Interest. No delay whore security Is good.
O. O. GREEN,
303 7th st. n. w.
ONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD SECURITY.
TITLE CO., 170 La avo.
IN ALL SU1I&,
TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY,
AT 5 AND 0 PER CENT.
1118 F St.
1 NsTALLMENT LOANS-WK AUK AU
I thorlre.l by tho United Seuuritv Ufo In
surants und Tiust Company of Philadelphia
to advance money on improved property in
Waslil'igton up to 75 per cent, of actual mar
kot value, Willi or without Hie Insurance.
Loan!,rttbloln monthly or qiuitarly In
stallments, running 5, 10, 15 or 20ytuis. In
nuny instanoes the payments aie leti thau
tho rental of a house. F. 11. SMITH 4 SON,
MONEY TO LOAN
In sums to suit
On Approved Itoal Estate Security.
II. U. WARN Kit Jb CO..
iVi F st. n. W.
3-story and basement 10-room brick
house; all modern improvements; sltuato
Second strut, between O and D so.
470 Price, $6,000.
2-story framo hou9e,withlnre;o lot; sltuato
on Blsth street, between II and O so.
277 Price, fc),000.
U-story brick house, containing 9 rooms
and bath; tle of lot, 1SX.7&; sltuato on U
4CS Price, ffl.OOO.
3-story and back building brick dwelling
contnlnlnK 10 rooms; all modern ltnprovo
ments; situate on corner of Ninth and O
4S2 Price, $8,000.
2-story brick house, 0 rooms and bath;
situate on I. street, between North Capitol
ami tmi streets nw.
103 Price, $'1,530.
8-story brick house, containing 12 rooms;
nil modem Improvements; sltuato No. !)'3I
10 street nw.
423 Price, $10,G00.
3-story brick house, 10 rooms; slzo of lot,
2,3x125; sltuato No. M?3 N st. nw.
231 Prlco, $10,000.
2-etory and basement; brick house, 7
rooms and bath; sltuato on New llatnpshiro
avenue, bet. I, and 31 sts. nw.
4C9 Prlco, $(1,500.
2-story 0-room brick house; sltuato on
Cleveland ave., bet. 12th and 13th, W nnd
405 Price, $1,000.
2-story O-room brick house, on Wallach
4S1 Prlco, $1,300.
2-6tory G-room biick houso; sltuato on
442 Pilco, $5,100.
3-story brick houso, containing 11 rooms
and bath; ;ind nil modern Improvements;
sltuato No. 1220 G st. n. w
450 Price, $15,000.
Improved property on the north sldo of
G st., wide front.
441 Price, $35,000.
A largo stable property In a deslrablelo
catlou; now under leaso to good tenant,
payluc 9 per cent.
317" Prlco, $2S,000.
494 Frame dwelling, Grant ave., Jlount
Flcasant. Price, $7,000.
490 Four alley houses, containing I
rooms; each rent for $15 per month. Prlco,
4S9 8-room framo house, lot 20x75, on L
st. se. Price, $2,000.
497 2-story and cellnr brick
rooms and bath; sltuato on
Heights. Price, $10,000.
Ilouses In Alexandria, Vn,
3-story brick dwelling, 13 rooms, with
office annex and largo side lots; situate on
cor. Duke and St. Asaph sts.; lot 78x89.
3-story and back building dwelling, con
taining 12 rooms and bath; lot 70x90; sit
uate Iso. 014 Prince st.
402 . Prlco, $0,500.
3-6tory and back building brick bouse,
containing 13 rooms; sltuato on southeast
cor. Prince aud Patrick sts.
452 Prlco, $3,500.
4-story brick dwelling houso, built In the
most substantial manner, containing 20
rooms; size of lot 5"xll2.
391 Price, $0,500.
2-story aud back building brick house,
containing 8 rooms, sltuato on Columbus
st., near Prince.
483 Price, $2,400.
498 3-6tory brick dwelling nouso, con
taining 10 rooms aud all modern Improve
ments; largo side yard; sltuato on cor.
Washington and Cameron sts., opposlto
Old Christ Church, Alexandria, Va. This
Is the best situation In Alexandria. Price,
$8,000. Terms One-third cash, balance
one and two years.
Houses at Falls Church, Vu,
A new cottage, situate only 3 minutes'
walk from Falls Church stations, W. Ss O.
It. It., Va., containing 0 rooms, bath, pan
try, and trunk room; sizo of lot, 110x150
feet. Price, $3,100. Terms easy.
ALSO A new cottage, situate only 5
minutes' walk from Falls Church station,
W. & O. It. K., Va., containing, parlor,
dining-room, kitchen, 4 bed-rooms, bath,
servants' room and attic. Price, $3,500.
Mini lit Uromiit Norlheiisl uml Soulli-
All of square 1004 25c
" " 1092 25c
" Sonth 1092 35c
" " 103(1 80c
11 " 1013 00c
Halfof " 1111 23c
4 lots " 10S 30o
5 " " 1093 30c
3 " " 10S4 a5c
1 " " 1107 20c
5 " " 1072 XSe
1 " " 1027 37Jc
4 " " 1005 40c
1 " " 1045 13c
1 " " 1060 50c
1 " " 1038 50c
3 " " 1020 50c
2 " " 1093 25c
11 " " 1057 l')0c
2 " " 812 80c
10 " " lOrD 40c
7 " " 1003 rajc
HuJlcling Lots In nil sections of tho City.
Real Estate Broker,
I.1U1 I'Mliit, WiKalitillifoll, O. V.
Dkcloiy of bwj hi aid h Fta,
y - j- rs r '
TEAN A II1NDMA119H,
MS Louisiana Avenfrt.
505 D afreet northwest,
Webster Law Building.
Koaldcnco, 1218 II street northwtMt.
mil03fAS 31. FIELDS,
J. Attorney st Law,
Cornor II and D ctreels mw
. . Washington, D i
Residence, !KB Q st nw. fe28 Dfl.j .1
O. 1UDDLK. HENRY E. DAVIS.
R1HDI.K ,t DAVIS,
Attorneys at Uiw,
Ilnvo removed thoir offices totbuVentH!
Building, corner Four unddinlf and D "Iniyri
EBB A WEBB,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS,
406 Fifth Street,
W.!UIN1TJ.N, D. 1
William B. Webb.
Henry llntidall Webb,
John Sidney Webb. f eb27,d AS, t
VTILLIA3I TWOMBLY, '
321 Four-and-a-half street,
331 and SSI 4) at., Chauncoy BulIdtniJ, ne,n!
Louisiana a.e., Washington, D. C.
Practices In tho Courts of the Distilet anil nf.
Prince George's County, 3td. fe37-d&3,t t
"1 EON TOBRINER,
322 Four-and-a-half street n.w.,ncflrC)tvlIdlI,
Washington, D. C. fe27-iUy,tl!
DWARD A. NEWMAN,
Washington, 1), U.
321 Four nnd-a-half street n. w.,
ClIAHLES AllZIlT. JOHM W. WjUl.VhH,
UKItT & WARNER, ,
Attorneys-at-Law, Rooms 9 and to.
182 Louisiana avonnc, Washington, I. f '.
Prnctlco In tho Conrts of the District,
Court of Claims, bupremo Court of thu
United States and Execntlvo Departments.
TJOBERT K. L. WHITE,
lt'2 Louisiana Avenue,
P. O. Box 701. Washimrton, D. a.
TT H. BERLIN, T
42-176 Louisiana Avenuo n. w..
fe27-d&stf Washington, D. t.'
r. nilLLlPB. J. O. ZACIIRY.
F. D. 3IcKENNKY.
PHILLIPS, ZACIIRY & 3IcKENNEY
Attornoys at Law.
fe27;90 Sun Building, Fst
T ALTHEUS JOHNSON, " ""
fc27-distf 408 Fifth Strei-t,
rOK SAI.K AND HUNT.
TEAL ESTATE BULLETIN
THOMAS. E. WAGGAMAN, 917 F street.
Changes mado Wednesdays and Saturdays,
2-STORY BRICK AND FRA ME HOUSES FOR
701 to 709 Farragut st n w, bh,3rs...i, $'i.Ooa
1015 L' Cap st, bh.9rs , K.WKI
1232 1 etn w.f h, 5rs 8,00(1
1114 and 1110 Bth st s w, b b, 7 rs, and 1
f h rear 6.C0O
I to 0 alley bet 12th and 13th, M and N
stan w ft.oca
1139 to 115U 23d st n w, f h.4rs aooa
400 and 408 11th stBW, t h, 6 rs s.ana
239 131 st a w, b b, 8 rs -. Q,0U
1112 28th st n w, b h, 9 rs lifxrii
631 tob3522d stn w, bb.9rs 1,5J
D07and509Vanvoand!)06 6thstso... 4,509
423 N st it w. b, 5 rs, and 2 houses rear 4.0WJ
210 to 222 13th st and Ky avo, bet, SO
ave and U 6t a o, t h 4.R0I7
132SVstn w.bb.Brs 3,iO
1013 12th st nw, t h,7rs 3,775
205 12th stnw, bb. Ors LbOQ
COLstnw, b b, 7ra 3,500
3408 N stn w, bb,7rs 3.8W1
302 9th st so, bh. 8 rs 3.000)
lJSIjrtlcstnc.bh, 7rs 2.onrj
II st. bet 4th and 5th sts n o; l ent per annum',
For a term of 25 yoarp. a valuable plees.' o
business property on 11th st, near Pa ave n w.
Rent, S150 per month and taxas. Lessee tq
build on same.
uNnmiovED rnorERTY for salb.
O st, bet 1st and 3d stsnw 3 85
Get, bet 2d and 8d n o 1
B and C. 20th and 2ist sts n w 43
Mount Pleasant 140
5th Bt, bet Va ave and Gstse..-., 3U
Cor 13th and Emporia sts, Brookland- - IS
HOUSES FOR RENT.
Korvand House, Woodley Park, Srs. 13 00
215 L stn w,0 rs 13 09
1227 JId avo s vr, Ors .... 15 OO
435 Del aro s w, 5 rs IS 30
1918 N st n w, 4 rs 1.100)
ItcarSlS A st sc. 4 rs 10 no
13 Temperanco alley, n w,-l rs 8 00)
3d Door, 021 Del. avo n o, lis 7 03
b8Gstne,4m B 03
1122 Green's alley u w, 2rs 3 00
STORES, OFFICES, ETC
915 F st nw, front rm, 2d floor J10 QU
4l La ove, 1st floor, 2 front rs 30 on)
408 La avo; 4th floor, 4 rs 30 03
0th stand Pa ave, room 18 21 Ml
430 7th st n w, 3d floor il 03
Contral Bulldlng.nn IS -3W1
500 Oth st. room 10 -"001
4C8Lauvo.backioom,2d floor is on
437 7th st, back room, 2d floor 0(1
015 7th st n w, rooms 4 and 3 "03
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Sale as U. S. bonds: 5 per cent,, payable)
quarterly; In 6ums of JLOOO.
In euros to suit at 6 per cent.
Tho above Is only a portion of tbo property
on my books. For tnll list call at office for
bulletin, lsbucd on the 1st and 13th.
REAL ESTATE OFFICE
JOHN 11. WIGHT,
11081 G Street Noi thwest.
Near the ltlggs Homo.
Two valuable pieces of property on U
st. n. w., one on foutb side near lltb; one on
noith side near 13th.
Florida avenue, between JLs. ave and I?
st., SI.55 per foot.
Lots in the northeast, on and near East;
Capitol and 19th sts.; can be subdivided vera
No. 720 II Bt. n. e , very comfortable houso,
8 rooms; lor balu-$4.00; or rent ?'W pes
Lots on Oregon st , SI IS.
Two frame hoet. ou N at. n. w , rentlug
for 18 per month.
Square 019 North Capitol, between 31 atieet
and New York avenue, lOJxiw, at SI
Square SS0, corner VirglnU avenue and Wil
st. s, e.; part lot 2, 5Sxfro, at oOo.
Snuaro 672, corner North Capitol and M
streets, puit original lot 13, 46xV0, at 31 121.
FuinUhod and Uiifurnlshod Hom-c- foi s-alQ
T70R SALE--LOTS1N FAIRVIEW HEirjHT-J
L1 on Tenaallytown Rod and Woo.Uo
Lano, opposite Oak View. Eloctrlo ra'lwav"
tracks now laid to thoso lots, wblfh bavu
sidewalks In front and gas mains 1'riciw
low cr I ban asked lor other lots in lmai,"!' tu
vloiulty Small cash paymeuw Monii''y oe
yeurly tlmo given at 5 or cent lutcre-t.
11EALL, BROWN i CO . LUIFbL
A 3Iost Complete Stock of all the N
and 3Iot Henliublo
GENW FUIINISHINGS ,P ,HATS
No. 9U F Street u.' w ,
Washington, U, C,