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T.ELE WASHINGTON OKITIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APIiTL. 2, 18UO.
I'lillndelpliltuis Not Corrupted by tll
Nriw Yoiik, April 2. Tliu llcMld
this morning states thnt tho I'rnulhttlou
organ, Yoieo, will tomorrow publish
tlio details of an nllogcd corrupt con
spiracy entered into botfi con tho liquor
dealers of Pennsylvania and thq leaders
of both political parties of that Stato,
by which the proposed prohibition
amendment to the Constitution wat do
fcattd last fall. A fund of neatly i06,
000 Is alleged to have boon contributed
by tho liquor men, hotel proprietors,
biowcis, etc. This money, accdnllrie
to the Voice's story, was distributed
runout; leading politicians and tliti presi
of the State, $1,000 belnc; mentioned
as tho amount paid to ono Philadelphia
The Herald's Philadelphia corrfr
(potuU'tit (elcgiaphs that ho has Inter
viewed n nurulicr of tho proprietors of
newspapers mentioned by tho Voice lit
connection with tho matter, and tlmy
all pronounce tho story as falso so far
as their respective nailers aro concerned.
Philadelphia, April 2,Tlto Titles
this morning publishes tho following
nnent tho Voice exposure: Harry P.
Crowcll, secretary of tho Brewers' As
sociation, said last night at ttioMccmicr
chor Club, 551 North Fifth street, on
being shown tho abovo telegram: "I
havo never made such a statement to
anybody under any circumstances, and
emphatically declare it falso In every re
spect." Mr. Crowcll's unqualified denlol of
tho Voice's story leaves llttlo to bo saldi
If ho ever did malco any such Statement
it Is absolutely and wholly untruo as for
as it relates to the Times, and wo bc
llcvolt to bo untruo as to tho other
l'hiladolphla papors. Editoji Times.
Qeorgo "W. Chllds, tho proprietor,
nud "William U. "ilcKoan, thu editor-in-chief
of tho Publie Ledger, last evening
denounced tho statement, bo far as it'
relates to tho Ledger, as tho vilest of
lies. 'William M. BIngerly, editor and
proprietor of tho Hecoi'd, in his usual
terse and vigorous style, said: "Tuo
statement Is a dahineil no, as far as tho
JUcord is couccrncd."
Senator Quay was shown tho dispatch
last night. As ho read It over ho said:
"It is a He. It is beneath notice."
A WEST VIRGINIA DUEL.
fought With Blank Onrtriaees
"Wiu'elino, "W. Va., April 2. Win.
Bond and James Rudolph, two society
youths, fought a duel at a point about
three miles east of this city at B o'clock
yesterday morning. Tho duel was
with revolvers loaded with blank
cartridges, but tho fact was unknown
to tho principals, ono of whom (Bond)
was very much In earnest.
Uudolph, It Is alleged, insulted Bond
a few days ago while" they wcro calling
on a lady. Bond, who is noted for his
excessivo politeness, and whom Ru
dolph and his friends looked upon as a
haimless dude, wroto a note to Ru
dolph, in which ho administered a
caustic lccturo on etiquette. Thinking
to humiliato Bond, Rudolph sent him a
challenge. Bond accepted at onco, and
named swords, but through a mutual
friend was induced to make It revolvers.
The mutual friend loaded tho weapons
with blank cartridges, and the party left
tho city of 4 a. m., after trying to ob
tain the services of a physician. Tho
doctor threatened to havo the party ar
lcstcd, and they concluded to go with
out medical aid.
Rudolph was let Into the blank-cart-lidgo
secret, but Bond was In dead earn
est nil through, having written letters
to his mother and friends, to bo deliv
ered in case he fell on the ground.
Bond fired in tho air, and then stood up
and took his opponent's discharge, re
peating this on the second discharge.
The principals then said they were sat
lsficd and returned to the city. The
prosecuting attorney Is in possession of
the facts. All of the parties are of the
FIRST IN THE 'FIELD.
A "Metaphysical Student Who la a'
Kansas City, Ho., April 2. J. T.
Price of Saline County, Mo., Is the first
candidate for President In 1893 in the
Acid. Ho is a graduate of soveral Ger
man universities and is well-to-do. He
has long studied tho politics of this
country from a metaphysical stand
point and has felt the need of a Chris
tian element In" the conduct of the Gov
ernment., no thinks tho timo when so many
farmers and laborers are banding to
gether to resist monopoly and opprcs
sion is tho best timo to introduco'his
theory of Chrlstocracy, nnd has con
trived n system of "beehives" or organi
sations, and proposes by a combination
of Christianity and politics to solve the
difficulties and differences of tho day.
In the circulars ho Is preparing ho an
nounces himself "John T. Pilco of Sa
line County, Mo., as your candidato for
President of the United States subject
to a vote of tho wholo peqple hi favor
of Chrlstocratic labor electors."
HULLS AND ISIIAIIH BALKED,
No Clitoaeo Slonlc Quotations Iteceiycd
in St, Loins,
St. Louis, April 2. A new xcglme
was Inaugurated on thoTHIerctiant'9 Ex
change and In tho bucket shops' yester
day, owing to tho withdrawal of tho
Chicago olllclal quotations. On the
"Merchants' Exchange the "New York
quotations were substituted for thoso of
Chicago, nnd this course is to bo con
tinued. Tho greatest interest Is centered in
the bucket shops, who still declare that
they will havo no difficulty Jn furnish
ing tho Chicago prices to their custo
mcts. fhey will, of courstf, lack tho
olllclal stamp, but tho bucket shops
will be no worse oil than the rest or the
country in this respect, and they assert
their ability to obtain and jiost accurate
information of every change in tho
market. Yesterday, being election day
In Chicago, there were no markets, so
tho real tests will bo made'today.
The Fat Scandal,
New York, April . A Sun special
Horn Ottawa, Ont, says; Tho Brcraner
Puf Commltto met yesterday. General
Sir Frederick Sllddloton admitted that
he had ordered the furs to bo confis
cated, and had ordered that & share bo
put up in bales and forwarded to Bed
son, Mr. ISccd, Assistant Indian Com
missioner, and lilmsolf. Tho cominlt-
teo will probably nsK tlio Jiouse to voto
l!i cmncr! 1,500 as compensation,
l.adteH Hhyu It nil Their Own Way.
Conioiiii, N. II , April 2. In tho
election yesterday forinembers of tho
Board of Kducatlon the womon wero
espefially active, nnd their ticket,
headed by Mrs "Alary 1L Woodworth.
triumphed by a majority of about 1,000
in a total of 1,000 votes.
In Ponce do Lcou'n Memory.
Sr. Aiui-bTiM'., Fi.a., April '3 Tho
"Northern visitors and thu residents cele
brated the aunlvetsary of Ponce do
Leon's landing in Florida by n brilliant
, festival yesterday. Thero were flotillas,
masquerades, mumuu num mv iuh;
music, nnd dnncinar.
Events In tho World of llnsolinll,
Pa.lil llines has got himself In trouble
witli' the Pittsburg Club, and tho genial
center Holder will havo to play in that
city during tho coming year. At tho
recent transfer of tho Indianapolis
players to New York llines was in
eluded in tho deal. "When Day asked
lor terms llines put his figures rather
hich and tho Now Yorker retorted by
U'leaslng llines. For some reason the
rclcaso wos not promulgated, but tho
olhcr clubs in the League wero notiilcd.
llines thought ho was freo to sign
where ho pleased, and had completed
arrangements to play on tho new At
lantic Association team In this city.
But his plans wcro knocked into n
cocked hat, for the Pittsburg Club yes
terday put in a claim for his services
nnd nccoptcd his terms. Paul was con
siderably put out nd ho declared last
night that ho would not go to tho Smoy
City under an circumstances. Ho wants
to play hero, but it Is hard to sco how
ho can avoid going to Pittsburg. Tho
contrnct sent him calls for $2,800.
Tho rittsburg National Lcaguo Club
last night offered First Baseman Beck
ley tho captaincy of the team, a salary
of $-1,300 a year for three years and
$5",000 cash to play with the club.
Beckley refused tho offer.
At a meeting of tho Federation of
Labor of tho District lost night a boy
cott against tho "Washington club was
ordered. Tho reason for tho order was
that President Howctthad broken faith
with tho Carpenters' and Joiners' As
sembly of this city by employing non
union men in tho construction of the
now ball park. Thero was no ovldcnco
at tho ball park this morning that any
trouble existed between tho contractor
and tho men. A largo force of men
wero busily engaged in erecting tho
grand stand and working sldo by side
with the alleged non-union men." Tho
contractor, Mr. James Dunn, did not tako
much stock in the alleged boycotting
order. "It is true," he said, "thatlhavo
several men working here, who aro not
members of tho union. Thoy have
been with' nlo for three years and I do
not propose to discharge them. All tho
rest aro union men nnd aro satisfied.
This trouble arose because I would not
give tho author of tho ordor work. I
told him I would glvo him a job as
soon as there was room for him and wo
received moro lumber with which to
work, but this did not satisfy him. I
am also willing to glvo union men tho
preference in work, but I would not
discharge an old employe to mako room
for any of them."
Tho World this morning says it has
Information that efforts aro being mado
by the Boston National League Club
to have Dick Johnston sign with them.
Johnston did not accompany the
Brotherhood team South. Charlie Gan
zell Is sold to bo making some tempting
offers to induce Johnston to forsake
President Robinson Of the Clovelands
last night stated that if tho Brothehood
chan'ges its schedule, the League would
also change, ne declared tho players
would bo compelled to light, if the
Lcaguo bad to change its schedule
Tho game to-morrow between the
"Wnshingtons aud Lehigh University
will bo played at Capitol Park. Tho
new grounds will not be opened until
At a meeting of the Pelican Club in
London yesterday it was decided to
offer George Dixon, the colored feather
weight, 500 for expenses to meet
"Nlmlc Wallaco for the feather-weight
championship of the world for a purse
Young Mitchell and La Blanche have
been matched for a finish fight for a
if 3,000 purso on June 27 before the Cali
fornia Athletic Club.
In an interviow last night J. J. Cor
bctt, tho California boxing professor,
who defeated Kilrain at Now Orleans,
said ho was ready to meet Sullivan If
the Olympic Club nt San Francisco
would allow him to do so. Ho would
not say ho expected to best Sullivan, J
out no would try to noia uis cna up.
Harold St. John, who claims the
foil-fencing championship of tho United
States, yesterday defeated Sergeant
"William "Williams, late of tho British
Lifo Guards, in a fencing match at the
Eden Musce, winning four bouts out of
five, nnd taking a purso of $100, put up
by members of tho Now York Athletic
A dispatch from Chicago says Dick
Rocho announces that he will back
Jake Schaefcr, at odds of $0,000 to
$4J000, at any game on a billiard table
excopt cushion caroms, the play to ex
tend over five nights. Rocho also of
fers to back Schaefcr for $5,000 to $10,
000 against Slosson at cushion caroms,
the game to extend over five nights.
A BROTHERHOOD COUNCIL.
Flayers' Lencuo Measures Onder Cou
sldcration In New York,
Nnw York, April 2. A special
meetinc of the Players' Baseball Iengue
is biingheldvat tho Fif th.Xvcnue llotel
to day. Tho object of tho conference
is to discuss generally the outlook for
the coming season and ,to provide for
tho success of tho Brotherhood move
ment, An Important question beforo tho
League Is tho proposition to change tho
schedule. Tho men who havo put
their money into tho scheme want to
Six the dates in the schedule so as not to
clash with tho games of tho National
League, while tho players aro opposed
to anything of tho sort.
The question of reinstating Beckley
of Pittsburg and Delchanty and Mulvey
of Philadelphia, who went back to tho
National Lcaguo after signing with tho
Brotherhood, will como beforo tho
meeting, nnd as there seems to be no
opposition tho trio will probably be re
ceived with open arms.
Tho meeting was called to order
shortly after nooii. Among tho early
arrivals wero "Messrs. Hart and
Kelly, from Boston; Vandcrstlco
and "Wood, from Philadelphia;
Shlro and Whlto, from Buffalo,
and Secretary Brunuell. There were
also on tho sccno Umpires Oalfney,
Jones, Knight, Barnes, Ferguson, IIol
bert, Gunning nnd Matthew., wlio had
come on to confer with Secretary Brnn
nell ns to any changes In tho playing
Wearv. worn and discoursed.
Heartsick and hopelesss and sad;
Longing for help aud comfort
When none can be had,
describes the condition of thoso persons
whoaroealit to bo "golnj flown hill," or
"going into a cleclluo." There la an ludo
scribable weakness of tho system, a general
lack of vitality. They cannot tell what tho
matter is with them. Thoy only know that
thoy feel miserable in mind and body.
Thoy aro gloomy and despondent. Thoy
havo tried this and that remedy prescribed
by their frleuds or thu doctors. Thoy havo
failed to receive any benefit from thcra.
Thoy reach the conclusion that there Is no
help for them aud that they must dlo. Now
thu fact U that tlio trouble originates, lu
nine cases out of ten, lu Impure blood.
'I hero Is poisonous, ctMo inuttur In it that
ought to bo not rid of. Hut how can this"
Ledum1 r Simply by taking Or. I'lcrce'a
(ioliliu MiMlli-ai Discovery, which actsoa
thu blood nnd various organs of tho body
hi such a wuy that tho man orwoinau ualm;
It nms to to mado over -reconstructed.
It la qiiurautced to benefit or cure all cases
ot dlueasu for which ii U reeouunonded, or
money paid fur It nlll bo refunded.
ATTORNEYS AT VARIANCE.
I.nnjcr Moss Mnhcn Chnrge Against
1'rnsecutlnjr Attorney Dumont,
Lato yesterday nftornoon Attorney
Moss called Judge Miller's attention to
tho fact that on Baturday ho had filod
with Clctk Claggctt an affidavit that ho
would llko to havo rccclvo somo con
sldcration, Tho substance of this affi
davit was as follows! "That on the 25th
day 6f March, 1800, Mr. NclU Dumont
shook his fist in his (Moss') face, and
stated at tho samo timo that ho would
knock him through tho door, tho said
gesturo and remark being calculated
to provoko a quarrel and fight In tho
prcsenco of tho Court. Moss thcroforo
prays that n rule may bo Issued against
tho said Dumont to appear at oneo and
show causo why ho should not bo fined
for contempt of Court."
This affidavit was tho outcome of tho
affair that occurred in tho Police Court
on tho samo day, March 25, when Moss
applied a profano remark to Polico
Officer Acton, for which ho had to pay
n flno of $5. "When tho case was called
up in the Polico Court Mr. Armes, who
represented Mr. Dumont, moved that
tho petition bo thrown out, on tho
ground of irregularity, and Mr. Moss
argued against tho motion,
Judge Miller said that ho would tako
tho case under consideration nnd would
nnnounco his decision. No rule has as
yet been issued by tho Court. Mr. Du
mont denies most emphatically that ho
ever used tho languago that tho affidavit
sets forth. If ho had tho Court would
havo "called him down" for contempt,
as what was said by him was In the
presence of tho Judge.
POLICEMEN ON TRIAL.
Several Ofltrem Culled on to Answer
Ilerore tho Hoard To-day,
Tho polico trial board hold a lengthy
session to-day at headquarters and con
sidered several cases. Officers Burdetto
and Fitzgerald of tho Sixth Precinct
wcro on trial, the former for assaulting
Fitzgerald in tho station-house and tlio
latter for using insulting languago in
reference to Mrs. Burdetto, wifo.o(tho
officer. It was alleged tliat Fitzgerald
met Burdette in tho station and with
out caUso or provocation, referred
to Mrs. Burdetto In languago that
tho husband could not tolerate. Bur
detto proceeded upstairs, but soon camo
down, and, seeing Fitzgerald as he was
In tho act of leaving the station, struck
him a John L. Sullivan right-hander
in the face, which sent Fltz spinning
across the room.
Officer J. "W. Howell of tho Second
Precinct was also tried for entering a
barroom while on duty. His defenso
was that ho was called in by a brother
officer (Kcndig) on police business.
This occurred In Hell's Bottom, where
so many serious nffrays have taken place
of late. The outlook Is that Howell
will be exonerated. Ho has been on
the force for over twelve years, eleven
of which wcro spent on the Blood-Field
beat in South Washington, where mur
der, assault and disorder run riot. He
is a bravo and efficient officer and never
exceeds his duty.
ANKCHOOr TIIETV'LKIt ItomSKRY.
Albert Lee, Ono or tho Burglarious
Gan, on Trial,
Albert Lee, colored, who was impli
cated in tho robbery of $10,000 worth of
diamond jewelry and other personal ef
fects from the rcsldenco of Mrs. Lieu
tcnaiit Tyler", was on trial to-day before
Judgo Bingham in the Criminal Court.
The gang that committed this robbery
was composed of Lum Sewell, Jim
"Waters, George Parker and Pat Way
man. The latter two wero convicted,
and are now serving sentences of twenty
ono and ten years respectively in Al
bany. Both Parker and Wayraan declared
that they had given Leo a diamond
ring worth $1,000, but for which Mrs.
Tyler said she would not accept $2,500,
as it was an hcirloon in the family and
highly prized. Most of tho property
Btolcn was recovered, but Lee. who be
came scared, claims that ho threw tho
ring Into the river at the G-stieet wharf.
Jim "Waters, one of tho gang now
under sentence, was put on the stand
this morning nnd gave testimony to tho
effect that part of the stolen property
had been given to Leo. Other evldenco
was given against the defendant, and
the argument will bo proceededTvlth
this afternoon. Assistant District At
torney Malownoy is acting for the Gov
ernment and Attorney Taylor for tho
AN ADOR1RIN.VI, HAISIT.
History or the Origin of Kissing and
Therewas a good attendance at tho
meeting "of the Anthropological Society
last nigrit. Two very interesting papors
were Tcad, ono, "A "Recent Find in
Switzerland of Skeletons and Arms of
tho Old Roman Period," by Dr. J. M.
Greggory; tho other, a paper by Colonel
Garrlci jfallery on "The Origin and
History of Salutations.,", ,
Colgnpl Mnllery gayo an interesting
history "of tho habit of bowing, tipping
tho hat, hand slinking, and other saluta
tions that had prevailed among all
civilized and uncivilized races. All
forms of salutations were alluded to In
cluding the practice of kissing between
males, which still existed in continental
Europe and in other less clvlli.ed
countries. He said that In England not
many years ago it was considered Im
neratlvo for a visitor to kiss all tho
ladlea'of tho household. Both papers
wcro listened to with the closest atten
tion throughout nnd were tho source of
no little information to thoso who heard
Ninety Dnjs lor Larceny.
Eliza Sparks, a tidily-attired colored
woman, was in the Criminal Court this
morning for tho larceny of n drc3s from
the house of Mrs. Commodore Nichol
son, in Georgetown. Mrs. Helen Cook,
a daughter of Mrs. Nicholson, to whom
the dress belonged, Identified tho Gar
ment regardless of tho fact that it had
been cut up and dyed in another color.
Soveral other witnesses wero sworn
whoso testimony without any doubt es
tablished tho guilt of tho defendant.
Judge Miller imposed a flno of $10 or
ninety days iu tho District jail.
Criminal Court Sentence".
Judge Bingham to-day imposed the
following sentences: Henry Johnson,
for manslaughter, one year at Albany;
Dennis McDonald, for housebreaking,
two years In Albany, Mantel u'lvoete.
for grand larceny, ninety days iu the
Marriage licenses havo been issued to
John Leo and Hollen Brooks, Washing,
ton; James Hawkins and Annie llussoy,
"Washington; John Brown nnd Rosa
Mitchell, Washington; Charles F. Held
and Maila S. Flogeiv.i, Washington,
Henry Dally and Geordo M. Bains,
Gooh Too l'ur.
from l'u t,
"NnwamtyB, everything goes."
"Yes; oven Chlcagoes,"
Ton ci:i!TAtN obstinate obstructions of
tho nasal passages, of a catarrhal nature,
the best possible thhu; to do is to uan Old
Stful's Catarrh Cure, tho gentlest aud
jsafeet remedy known. J5 cents.
ANECDOTES OE IlONNER,
1Mb Novel Motliad of Cnpturlnc Wary
From tin Hew York rritt,
I met William AVyso yesterday while
he was In a reminiscent mood, and ho
told mo about his connection with Rob
ert Bonner, which must havo been
thirty years ago. Bonner was then
publishing a sttugllng paper known as
tho Merchants' Ledger, in which he
published weekly such special Informa
tion about Stato banks and counterfeit
wildcat currency as was vnluabloto
country merchants. Bonner sot most
of tho typo himself, nud ho was a very
rapid typesetter. Ho won the prizo in
a contest with tho reputed fastest typo
setter of his day.
"Wjso was engaged to solicit sub
scribers and advertising. He would get
merchants to let him havo their adver
tisements put into typo to see how the
matter would look in print. Bonner
would set up tho ads, and with a proot
in his pocket "Wyso rarely failed to get
an order. Ho always insisted on a
written order, on a blank form which
ho carried with him. "Mr. Bonner
used to carry theso advertising orders
in his pants pocket," said Mr. "Wyse.
"Sometimes ho had s.o many that they
bulgcd-out llko a small boy's pocket.
But wo had no safe, and Bonner would
not risk losing nny of them by leaving
them In an lnsccuro place. I remoinbor
onco getting an ordor for an advertise
ment of a jeweler at $000 a year. Mr.
Bonner washed his hands and wiped
them with a plcco of brown paper be
fore ho inspected it. I havo seen him
wipe his faco on brown papor many n
time. "Wo had no towel, but after he
saw this order ho thought wo could
afford to cct n towel."
One of tho peculiarities of Mr. Bon
ner, even at this early period, was tho
same dignified and consistent morality
ho has maintained through life. "1
had an arrangement with him," said
Mr. Wyso, "by which 1 solicited ad
vertising for other papers and divided
the commission with him. Ono of
thesowas a Sunday morning papor, but
Mr. Bonnor would never tako his share
of that commission. Ho , said I could
do as I HKedi but ho, would earn no
money on. Sunday.
"Ho never wrote a lino of matter on
Sunday, or did any work on that day.
Ho did not smoke or drink or gamble,
and you know ho has never allowed ono
of his famous horses to trot for money.
Onco while I was with him ho told mo
ho would like to sell half of his paper
for $3,500 in order td pay off a mortgngo
on a houso he had bought. He offered
the interest to me, and I could have cot
tho money by going to my father for it,
but I did not take tho troublo to do it.
Half of tho paper now would bo a for
A It A DID PROTECTIONIST.
John F Pliiinuior's Uriel nnd .Meteoric
Fioin the Xew Tori; World,
John F. Plummcr's political career
has been brief and somewhat meteoric.
He made his debut in national politics
as a dcllgatc to the Republican Notional
Convention at Chicago in 1888. Up to
that time ho was llttlo known outside
this city. During the campaign Mr.
Plummer was very active In organizing
the Republican Business Men's Associa
tion. Ho wus made president of tho
association aud devoted n great deal of
timo to the cause. R
He is a rabid protectionist and he was
the author of a good many circulars
showing the beauties of tho protcctivo
tariff system and how it benefited tho
working men in this country. Among
tho things sent out by Mr. Plummer in
that campaign was an olleged extract
from the" London Times, staling that
England would control our markets if
freo trade were established in the United
States. It was pretty clearly demon
strated before the close of the campaign
that the quotation was bogus.
A Theological DUcumlon,
YouthfulI5nptlst There used to be
n John tho Baptist; but who over heard
of a John the "Methodist?
Youthful Methodist IIuUl Guess
you never heard of-John Wesley.
Must lie Conalstent,
Apple Woman Kin Ol kape mo
athand open on St. Patrick's Day?
Houso Owner Yls, mo dear. But of
yo want to sell enny oranges ye'll hcv
to git grane ones.
THE TRAVELER'S GUIDE.
Arrival of Kallroad Trains In Wash
ington. Arilvnls at II. anil 1'. Station.
From Boston 10:15 n. m. dally. .
From New York and Philadelphia 1:10, 8 00,
10.45 a. ra 1.42, '4.15, 3.10, 8.40 (limited) 9.25,
and l0.S5p.m. dally. 1.42, 8.15, and 8.80
p. m. dally except Sunday.
From Raltlmoro 4.10, 6.30, 8.00, 8.45, 10.45
a. m., 2.15, 2.25,3.10,6.55, 8 50, 8. SO. 8.40, 0.25,
and 10.35 p. m. dally. At 8 35. 0.55, 11.40 a.
m., 1.42, 8.50, 8.40,8.15, p.m. dally except
From Alinapolls-8.00, 0.55 a. m 1.42, 5.55, 8.S0
p.m. On BundRTu. 5.55p.m. ' i
From Niagara' Falls-, Buffalo, 'Klralra and- TJar-
risburg Dally 8.45 a. m. and 5.55 p. m. dally
From Pope's Creek Lino 8.35 a m and 5.5
p m, dally, except Sunday.
From Richmond and the South 11.24 a m
10.50 and ll.oo.p m dally, O.so.pm, dally, ox
From Chicago and Pittsburg 6.30, 8.45 a m,
2.25, 5.55, 8.15 p m. All dally.
From St. Louis 0.30 a m nnd 2.25 p m, dally.
From AlexandrIa-.53, 8.30, 9.30,10.45,11.21,
am, 2.50. 6.30, 0.30. 7.10, 7.25, 9.40. 10-10,
10.50,11.00 p in dally. At 0.25. 7.25, 8.20,
10.23, 10.35 n m, 1.40, 3.00, 3.20, 10.40. 11.25 p
m. aauy, except sunaay. on eunaay oniy
nt 2.20 pm.
From Cincinnati, Loulsvillo and St. Louts,
via Chesapeake und Ohio routo 8.30 a. m.
dnllj; from Cincinnati and St. Louis ("F.
V, V, Special") at 2.50 p. m. daily.
Local train on C. una O. from Virginia
Springs 7.13 p.m. except Sunday. '
From Old Tolnt Comfort, If owport News and
Norfolk 3.33 and 10.50 p,m, dally. ,
From New Orleans, Montgomery, Birming
ham, Atlanta, Italelgb, Lynchburg-O.W a.
m. and 7, 10 p. m. dally.
From Memphis. Now Orleans, Montgomery,
Nashville, IHhtol and Lynchburg 10.13 a.
m. and 10.40 p. m. daily.
From Charlottesville and Way 2.53 p. m.
Fromlfannssas, Strasburc and Way 10.23 a.
in. and 10.43 n. m. dally excent Sunday.
From Lceshurg, Itound Hill and Points on W.
& O. R. R-8.30 a.
m. dally, 3 p.m. dally,
Arrivals at II, and O, Station.
Fran New 1 ork 8.40 a. m., 2.40, 8.00,9.00,
11.20 p. m. daily, 5 p. m. dally, excopt
FnmPhlladelphla-8.l0.11.15a m., 2;, 8,00,
9.20,11.20 p., m'dally; s.twp a. dally ex
From Baltlraorc-8.05, 8.40, 9.53, 10.20, 11.03 a.
m 12.45,2.10.3.00, 5.20, OJUO, 7 45, 8.00, 8.30,
9.20, 11.10,11.20,12.13, dally, 0.30, 7.30, 8.S0,
8.50. a.m., 1.10. 4.10, 5.00, 7.03, p. m. daily
except Sunday. On Sunday only ut 2 20
From Chicago and Columbus 11.45 a. m and
From Cincinnati, St- Louts and Louisville -3.50
a. m. und 2 p.m. dally.
From Plttsburp and Cloveland 7.10 a. m and
G.M'p. m. dally. , ,
From Deer Park and Oakland 3.50, 11.45 a,
m. and 4.05 p. m. dally.
From Lexlugton, Winchester aud Virginia
Valloy -9.30a. m, and 3 p. m. dally, except
From ITcdcrlek-8.S3 a. in. dally, 1.59, 3, 0.50,
7-30 p. m. dally, except Sunday.
From iIager8town-8.25 a. m. dally, 9.30 n. m.
and 1.50 and 0.50 p, ni. dally, oxcopt buu-
Fr in Washington Juuctlon and iWay-3.45,
, IU, O..J, II. -.U a, Ul., I.UV1 4, l.'M, o.ou p. iu.
dally;9.S0 a. m. and 7 30 p. in. dally, excopt
Flom Boyd'rfjnd Way 8 25, 0 30 a.m., 3,
0M p in. dully; 8 20 a.m. anl7.3Jp in.
dully, except Sunday.
From (lalther-iburs and Way 7 10, 8 23 a m.,
S, 0.50, 10.23 p. m. dal y; 7.20, 8 20, 9.30, It 20
a. m., 4, 7.30 p. in. dally, excent Sunday. On
Sunday only. 10.2.1a in. and 8 n. m.
From Annapolis 10.20 a. m. dally; 8.30 a m.
nnd 1.60, 5.20, 7.43 p. i. dally, oxcopt Sun.
day. On Sunday only at 0.30 p. tn,
A CITIZENS' MASS-MEETING TO
iicuui "Kin t onprcps ni auocunR inonnrm
caiUcotlonnf tlio city will bo hold nt Mot-
!St.'V.VJP.,lV on"'r S1!' ftn(l ' " " -i on
12N RVAV EVEN1HU, APItIL S, 183J, at
rromlncht citizens wi I nildren thn moot
hnr. f.M. CLAIIKB,
npl.St Soo'y rill. tn'Ani'latlon
JggpNATlONAL MEDICAL COLLEGE.
MBDICAI.I1EPARTMENT OK THE COLUM-
13-W tl st. n. w.
Tlio Sprlnc Cotiro of Lccttiros will liceln
on TUESDAY, AI'HIL 1, at G p.m., and oon-
tlnuo nnlll MAY 31. No fco roqulrod oxcopt
that for Matriculation i$m.
A F. A. KINO, M. T) Doan,
mnra.ct 7Mi3tiist.n, w.
kjlfewltnrtfhj.. .. m - t
CAHTAI. $1,000,000 TL'MI'OHAKYOFFICES,
1001 r at n w, provlous to tlio erection of
tlio company's bulldlnc, corner Oth nnd F
MONEY LOANED ON COI.LATEIlAti AND
ON HEAL ESTATE. Well scoured loan,
guaranteed by tlio company, forsalo. In
terest paid, v Cnll on or oorrrBpond with us
W. B. KOBISON, eeo. II. II. WAUNEU.rres.
diaries D, Bnlley, Ocoruo P. Sohnfcr,
Tames L. Ditrbour, Thomas Somervlllo,
OeorRO E. Bartol, John A. Hwopo,
Richard W. Clay, .1. 8. Swortnitcdt,
Horace S. Cutnnilnes, Hattoralcy W. Tnlbott
J. J. Darlington, Oooruo Truoadoll,
John Joy Edson. I). II. Warner,
Charles J. Faulkner, A, A. Wllion,
Albert F. Tox, L.D. Wlno,,
O. C. Green. H. W. Woodward.
William 11. Gnrley, Chai.BenJ. Wilkinson,
John U. Larricr, A. U. Wortlilngton.
KX5T-LADI.ES! LADIESI LADIESI
"tG' Mrs. McCaff crty Is tho only bat and
Donnet-rramo manuiaciarcr in mo city.
eco her now shapos.
btraw and foil
bats altered to the
Orders promptly attondod to.
1009 O street n. w.
-DR. WHITE, CHIR0P0DIBT
1418 Pcnna. nvo.. opposite Wlllard's notol.
Thousands from far and near visit Dr. Whlto
forrellof from and nvoldanco of corns, bun
ion?, diseased nails and all other foot
troubles. Roars. 8 a. m. to 8 p. m.: Sun
dnys.Otolg. Established 1801. Fee, tl.
WHY NOT HAVE YOUR 8IIIRTS
mado bv one of tho most celebrated
cnttcrs In America f Prices samo as thoso
third-rate cutters chargo. P. T. IIALL, 009 F
WANTED n ELI.
rs fss- '
Adterlltcmentt under this head, four lines or
ett, 25 cents for one Intertton; 50 cents for three,
WANTED-ONE HUNDRED MEN AND
flvn plow teams nt new Eastorn Branch
BrldRO, Baltimore and Potomao R. R., Wasli
Inston, P. O. P. W. SULLIVAN. np2,2t
WARTED-TWO RELIABLE MEN.WIIO
understand loan association work, to
act as froneral ngentB for tho Peoplo'a Build
Inc. Loan and Saving Association of Geneva,
N. Y. Write early, plvlng age and refercnoos.
S. F. GA8COIGNE.' Manager.
WANTED BY A GOOD COLORED LAUN
dress, washing and Ironing to do at
homo; roforencoa given. Apply 1819 N II av.
ANTED A WHITE GIRL FOR GEN
cral housework In a small family,
man, wife and boy 8 years old; Gorman pre
ferred; to tho right party a pleasant homo
and good wages assured. Apply at No. 1003
O st n w.
AN ABLE ADVERTISING, INSURANCE,
Sato, Lightning-rod- or Book Agent, or
Reporter, of great Bavolr falre, for literary
work. Largo calory. Wrlto London & Hart
ford Tnb. Co.. N. Y.
WANTED-A YOUNG LADY OF niQn
social standing, refinement nnd cul
ture, financially cmnarrassod, earnestly do
sires Immediate employment; do copying or
writing of any kind or net ns companion and
nislstnnt to an Invalid or elderly lady, or
will instruct small children nnd take the en
tiro cure of them for the summer; highest
references and testimonials given as to abil
ity, &o.; terms moderate. Address MISS
VIRGINIA C , Box 117, Liberty, Bedford
WANTED TO PURCHASE FROM OWNER
several small framo houses; prlco not
to oxceod $200 each; no commissions. Ad
dress T Crltlo Office marai,3t
WANTED - A PLAINLY-FURNISHED
room In tho northeast part of olty
where thero will bo no objection to light
housekeeping. Address D. P. II., this office.
Adrtrtltemtntt under this head, four lints Or
lest, Scents for onelnserUons: 60 cents for three.
NOW IS THE TIME. WE WILL PAT
"big money" for genta' first-class second-hand
clothing. Address or call at
JUST1TS OLD STAND, 019 D St. n. W.
FOlt SAtK MISCELLANEOUS.
Advertisements under this head, four lines or
lest, 25 cents for ont Insertion: 50 cents for three.
TJlOn SALE $7,600 DATOPILAS 1ST MOItT
JD cage Bonds are offored for sale by
E. II COTTKELL,
No. 1148 N. Y. ave.
K SALE-nonSE AND LANDAU-A.
stylish Gray Horse, over IS bands hum;
fine harness and not much used; Landau
mado by Joyco; aro offered at reasonable
rates on account of owner loavlng the city.
E. It. COTTRELL. 1418 N Y. avo.
COUNTUY KKAL KSTATB.
1710R SALEaTkhTFiTTcRES ON 3D ST
1 n o oxtondud, on the line ot tho Ecklng
ton and Soldiers' Homo Railway, bolng a part
ot tho estate of tho late Chief Justlco Chase,
now called "Edgowood;"-a good opportunity
for Invostors. For partloulars, price, etc..
Inquire of CUAPIN BROWN, 323 4J st n w.
FR 8ALE-BIRDWOOD BEAUTIFULLY
located; adjoining Charlottesville, Va.;
over 'CO acres, all rood louu. Including flno
furnltnio; onty 53.5,000. B. II. ROBERTSON,
1515Htn.w. f 627-90
MRS. RINES-"THE ELSiIEItE"-1403 n
stnwtnew plumbing, now furniture;
20 additional rooms; personal attention totho
table; location central, near tho Arlington
nnd Wormley's. fe27-90
MONKY TO LOAN.
SC. HILL, REAL ESTATE AND LOANS. '
. Bargains In all parts of tha city. Life
and Fire Insurance, Corner 8th and Fats
n w. 1.Q Droit Building.
1fONEYTOLOANONnEAI. ESTATE OR
IVi. flret-clasa securities at lowest rates of
interest. No delay whoro soourtty Is good.
O. C. GREEN,
ONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD SECURITY.
TITLE CO., 470 La a Ye,
IN ALL SUMS,
TO LOAN ON HEAL ESTATE SECURITY,
AT 5 AND 0 PER CENT.
M. M. PARKER,
INSTALLMENT LOANS WK ARE Au
thorized by the United Security Llfo In
surance and Trust Company of Philadelphia
to advance monoy on Improvod property In
Washington up to 75 per cent, of actual mar
ket value, with or without llfo Insurance.
Loans payable In monthly or qnartorly In
Btallmenfs, running 6, 10, 15 or 20 years. In
many instancos tho payments aro loss than
tho rental of a houso. P. H. SMITH A SON,
122j2Ft n w. .
MONEY TO LOAN
In sums to suit
On Approved Real Eitato Soourtty.
tl). H. WARNER & CO..
011 t.n. '.
1115 F street. Jlcmlicror VfuililUBloii
Ntoclc KscliuiiKe. AU local stoeU
und bcrurlticit lonht nnd soM.
In Mineral or Timber lands In Eastern K4ii
links'. West Virginia aud tho southwestern
part of Old Virginia, or In lots and acre prop
irty In or near the now and coming towns of
OUt Virginia, will pay over 10 Per Cent Capl
talMtuud imall Investors uddres W- A R
ROBERTSON, Attorney and Counsellor at
ir Law. Wall St .Now York in
' U City, or Bristol, Tenn ' '-'
ptrueut, ,-.r 'e-it
"TUr a-iCl ' l(CrJX sib.
lOU SALB 1IOUSKS.
AiXvtr'Utmcil$ tinder tUl head, four lltutor
Ult, 83 ccnlt for on tntertton: CO centsOr three,
EOH HALE-AN EXCELLENT DOUBLE
brick corner dwclllnc, sltuatod In tho
it part of tho n w section; handsomely fin
ished; with nil modern QttlnRrt and Improvo
mints, Owlm? to circumstances calling tho
owner to a dlstnnt city this property Is of
fered nt n low prlco, nnd Is unquostlon&bly
tho boat purohnso now ntlnlnnhlo In tbatsoo
tlonrprlco 818,000. II II. ROBERTSON,7 15IS
II St. foW-00
FOR PALE-A llATtOAIN ir 8or,TJ AT
onco; 2 itory nnd basement brlok hottso;
7 rooms and bath; nil mod tmpst situated at
No. 436 1 t n w; prlco Sl.fflK): torms ono third
cash, bnlauco 1. 8 and a years. ApDly
to FRANCIS IIUFTY, 1301 F st n W. foh-00
I TOR SALE-ON CONN AVE, A LARGE,
' commodious, sunny hnnso. containing
all mod Imp, In n fnshlonnhte unci attractive
neighborhood, II. II. ROBERTSON, 1.115 list.
-nVIH RALE A VF.UY FINE DOUBLE COR-
1; ncr houso In tho n w, with over 0,000 foot
of irround; prlco $13,000,
ioio ii sin w.
ITOR BALE-IN ALEXANDRIA. 0ROOM
! frnme honse.JUBt finlshlnRj nydrantln
yard; lot lCxim; snuc homo: prloo, $fO0. Ap
ply to ROBERT J. TIIOMAS, Room No. 2, 0l3
I7IOR SALE-FRAME IIOtJSE 003 IN 25-
foot alloy, bet 0th and loth nnd d and It
sts s w; 7 roomst halt on both floors; closets
frontlnc tho Potomno; 15 per cent lnvost
mont; lot 341 feet front by 02 doop, 49 foot
from 0th st. Apply within.
IOn SALE THREE OF TIIE CTIEAPE8T
! houses In Washington, 108, 108 and 110
11th st n o; two-story and basomont, brown
Btono trimmings; 7 rooms nnd bath; olcotrlo
bells nlid gas: prlco, J3,MX cacli, $000 cash
balanco to suit or trade for good lots.
roit KENT no OSES.
Adurtltementt under Mi Mail, fourllntior
Uh, 25 centi for one interllon; 50 eentt for three.
1T01 It I avo n w. 17 rs
,. 200 00
1413 Mass avo, 17 rs and stable..
1411 K st u w. 13 rs
1022 Vt ave n w. 18 rs
1011 Conn ave. 15 rs 1'5 00
Nthstex., 15 m. 100 00
1228 M Rt n w, 15 rs 123 00
lccoiothstnw.llrs 1 00
1737 Q st n w. 11 rs 100 00
1400 chapln Bt n w, 13 rs 100 oo
1742Pstnw,12rs i 100 00
lCl!''lBtn vr.llrs 100 00
416Ctbstn.w,lGrs .,.... 75 00
CC2 fi st n w. it rs 75 00
1402 Chanln st n w. 12 rs 75 00
1513 0stnw, 11 rs 03 00,
ixui r. ii avu. iv ri.. w w
1402 Stontrhton St. 0 rs 55 00
1404 Stoughton st, 9rs 1 65 00
14CCFtoughtonst,9 rs 55 00
17601'stnw, lOrs 65 00
Pst, ncar21st,7rs CO 00
lS0121ststnw.8rs 50 00
1010 Corcoran stnw, 9 rs 48 50
1538 Pierce Place. 9 rs 33 00
2032 G fit n w.lO rs 40 00
117 II stnw. 8 rs 35 00
2000 QBtnw, 21-8 JW
2304 14th stnw. 6 rs 30 00
608 13th st n w. 8 rs 30 00
13M4J stsw.Ors 18 00
Tho nbovo houses can bo examined by per
mit from our ofilco only.
TIIOMAS J. FISHER & CO.,
1324 F st. n. w.
1017 15th st n w, 12 rs, far 8150 00
1202 N stnw, 12 rs, fur 150 00
1004 nsfn w, lOrs, fur 100 00
8327 N stnw, 13 rs 00 00
7S2 21stBtn w. 14 rs 45 00
814 1st stnw, 10 rs 40 oo
611 Spruce st 40 00
1S04 T st n w. 8 rs 40 00
1013 T stn w.9rs 30 60
716 9thstn e.Ors 23 00
1819 8thstn w, Orsandstablo 18 50
CnAS. E. BANES,
With John F. Waggaman,
N. w. cor. 11th and O sts. n. w.
FOH KENT TWO BRAND NEW SIX
room frame bouses, high and dry loca
tion; near churches and publlo school In
Unlontown. Inqulro of A. BEHREND. 433 H
rOK 6ALIS AN'IJ KENT.
REAL ESTATE BULLETIN
E. WAGdAMAN, 917 F street.
Changes made Wednesdays and Saturdays.
3-STOKY BRICK AND FRA3IE HOUSES FOR
223 Indiana avo u w.bb.Srs S7.500
1731 iota st n w. d n, u rs t.wu
1229 Mass ave n w, th,8rs 7,330
381 stnw, bh, 11 rs 6.500
49Kstne,bb. 12 rs 4,500
E05Gthstnw.bh,8 rs 4.500
2211 and 2213 7th st n w, b b, 0 rs 4,000
8255 K st n w, b h, 10 rs 3,000
1132 20th st n w, b h, 8 rs 1,500
Alley between 21st and 22d, M and N sts
nw, (rs 1.500
2-STORY BRICK AND FRAME nOUSES FOB
431 and 453 Ridge st n w, f h. 5 rs $3,000
1430 Sampson stnw, f n.Ors 3,000
47 L stn w, bh.ml.Ors 2.500
7352dst nw.bb.Srs 2.000
1414J Sampson st n w, f h, 6 rs 2,000
424 and 420 O st alloy n w, f b, 8 rs 1,600
1414 Sampson stn w,f h,6rs 1,800
112 K stne.f h,U rs 1,800
42 Myrtle Btuo.b h,7rs 1,700
Alley bet Ctli and 7th, a ana E sts s e,
bb ' l.VOO
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY TOR SALB.
10th st, bet M and Netan w SI 75
4th st, bet L and M sts n w 1 50
19th st, bet E and Pstsn w 1 23
II st, bet 3d and 4th sts so 1 25
B w cor 3d and L sts n o 50
B and C. 20tn and 2lst ets n w 43
Mount Pleasant '.0
6tb st, bet Va avo and Gstse...., 30
Cor 13th and Emporia sts, Brookland.... 16
HOUSES FOH RENT.
Tho "Maltby."N. J. ave and B stn w..
30271 Btn W.22M $100 00
715 6th stnw, 13 rs 100 00
S052 P st n w, 13 rs, fur 80 00
socstn w, 12 rs . oo
901 21st stnw, 12 rs... i 40 00
4G208tnw, 9 rs 33 00
1110 Tst n W, 7rs., 35 00
1152 22d St n w, 9 rs 30 00
Upper part 1408 P st u w,7 rs 30 00
627 22d stn W. 9 18 30 00
2012Estn W,9 rs 23 00
C07Astse, 8 rs 21 00
2438 Pst n w.Ors 20 00
1014 N Carolina ave 8 o, G rs 10 00
38 Defreosstnw. 7rs , ,.. 15 9)
1229 Md ave s w. Urn 15 00
344 Jackson HalKalloy. 4 rs 15 00
eSHstne, 5rs 15 00
REAL E8.TATE INVESTMENT.
Sato as U. S. bonds; 5 per cont,, payable
quatterly; In sums of $1,000.
In sums to suit at ti per cent.
Tho above is only a portion of the property
on my books. For full Hut call at office for
hnlletln. Iiwned on the Ut and 15th.
j'Olt ItKNT KODAIS,
Advertisements under this head, font lines or
tees, 25 cents for ont Insertion: 50 cents for three.
HANDSOME FURNISHED ROOMS'' EN
suite or single, at tho Buckingham, 020
15th Bt n w. overlooking Mcl'herson Square.
T710R RENT TWO FURNISHED ROOMS,
L1 unliable for gentlemen. No. 908 M stnw.
FOIl SALK LOTS.
HEAL ESTATE OFFICE
JOHN B. WIGHT.
1408 a Street Northwest.
Near tho RIggs Houso.
HOUSES AND LOTS.
720 H st n o, 8 rs and bath, per month. ..$23 00
Stable In rear ot 91! S st n w, per month 6 00
New Hampshlro avo, bet L and.M ts. . .88,000
Valuable piopertlos on O st.
The most desirable piece of property In tho
city for an apartment house or lurgo store.
Desirable and economical lots lu the north
west and northeait.
Simulators and builders can Und bargains
on my books, ,
ITiOR SALE -LOTSIN FAIRVIEWnElOnTS
I1 on Tcnnnllytown Road and Woodlay
Lane, opposite oak View. Eleotrlo railway
trucks now laid to those lots, whloh havo
sidewalks In front and gas mains. Prices
lower than asked for other lots In Immediate
vicinity. Small o.uh payments. Monthly or
yearly time given at 5 per cent. interoU.
SHALL. BROWN A CO., l"Wl Fat.
COMMISSIONKU OP ni'.KHS.
C"i H. BUNDY, COM'R OF DEEDS FOR ALL
j. States aud Territories, 458 La. ave., opo.
3-ttory and basement 10-room brick
house; all modern improvements; sltuato
Second street, between U and D bo.
470 Prlco, $0,000.
S-8tory fratnobouBc,wlthlargolot; situate
on Sixth street, between B and O so.
277 Price, $3,000.
3-story brick house, containing 0 rooms
and bath; size of lot, 18x75; situate on O
403 l'rleo, $0,000.
3-story and back building brick dwolllng,
containing 10 rooms; all modern Itnpravo
ments; sltuato on corner of Ninth nnd O
462 Trice, $8,000.
2-story brick bouse, 0 rooms and bath;
situate on I. street, between North Capitol
and First streets nw.
403 Trlco, $3,550.
3-story brick house, containing 12 rooms;
all modern improvements; sltuato No. 931
K street nw.
428 Prlco, $10,500.
3-story brick houso, 10 rooms; slzo of lot,
25x125; situate No. 1423 N at. nw.
281 Price, $10,000.
3-story and basement; brick houso, 7
rooms and bath; Bltuato on New Hampshlro
avenue, bet. L and M sts. nw.
409 Prlco, $0,500.
2-story 0-room brick house; sltuato on
Cleveland ave., bet. 12th and 13th, W and
4t iTice, $i,uuu.
2-story 0-room brick house, on Wallach
481 Prlco, $4,800.
2-story 0-room brick houso; situate on
442 Price, $5,100.
3-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 sido of
O st., wide front.
444 Price, $35,000.
A largo stable property In a dcslrablo lo
cation; now under lease to good tenant,
paying 9 per cent.
317 Prlco, $28,000.
494 Frame dwelling, Grant ave., Mount
Tlcasant. Price, $7,000.
490 Four alloy houses, containing 4
rooms; each rent for $15 per month. Price,
459 8-room frame house, lot 20x75, on L
bt. te. Price, $2,000.
497 2-story and cellar brick house, 9
rooms and bath; sltuato on Columbia
Heights. Price, $10,000.
Ilouses In Alexandria, Vii,
3-story 'buck dwclltne:, 13 rooms, with
ofilco annex and largo side lots; sltuato on
cor. Duke and St. Asaph sts.; lot 78xS0.
3-etory and back building dwelling, con
taining 12 rooms and bath; lot 70x90; slt
uato No. 014 Frinco et.
402 Price, $0,500.
3-story and back building brick house,
containing 13 rooms; situate on southeast
cor. Prince and Patrick sts.
453 Prlco, $3,500.
4-story brick dwelling houso, built in tho
most substantial manner, containing 20
rooms; slzo of lot 52x112.
391 Price, $0,500.
2-f.tory and back building brick house,
containing 8 looms, sltuato on Columbus
st., near Prince.
483 Price, $2,400.
498 3-atory brick dwelling nouso, con
taining 10 rooms and aU modern Improve
ments; largo sldo yard; situate on cor.
Washington and Cameron sts., opposite
Ola Christ Church, Alexandria, Va. This
is the bebt situation in Alexandria. Price,
$8,000. Terms Ono-thlrd cash, balanco
ono and two yours.
Ilouses at Falls Church, Va.
A new cottage, Bltuato only 5 minutes'
walk from Falls Church stations, W. &, O,
It. II., Va., containing 0 rooms, bath, pan
try, and trunk1 room; afzo of lot, 110x150
feet. Price, $3,100. Tenns easy.
ALSO A new cottage, situate only 5
minutes' walk from Kalli Church station,
W. fc O. It. It., Ya., containing, parlor,
dining-room, kltchenf 4 bed-rooms, bath,
servants' room and attic. Price, $3,500.
Vacunt Gronuti Norilieust und Simlli
eiiHt. AU ot snuare'1094.!, 25c
" 1092 23c
" Bonth 1092 35c
" ' 1038 80c
" " 1013 ., 00c
Unit of " 1111 23c
4 lots " 1080 , 30c
5 " " 1095 30c
3 " " 10S4 35c
1 " " 1107. 20c
5 " " 1072 ac
1 ' " 1027. 37Jc
4 " " 1005 40c
1 " 1045 42c
1 " " 1080 50c
1 ' 103.4 50c
3 " " 10213 50c
2 " " 1098 25c
11 ' " 1037 00c
2 " ' 812 80c
10 " 1059..; 40c
7" " 1003 C2Jc
Building Lots In all sections of tho City.
Real Estate Broker,
1301 r.Strctt, V'usliliitoii,
PROPOSALS HUt HIMI'H iiKY -TUBAS,
ury Department, Mmm r 1 IM-Selc t
propotnls for HirnlsliU'K tvlnery for tho
Iscnl tear ciullni! 'urn. 3i lilt, will bo r
cclvnf stlhl Luiparfmont un'll thoBTII MAY
Ot MAY, 1MO, lit I o'clock n m. Blank form
lor innaing ann rim uummaiina win no inr
nWicd upon tpiAli-atlnii, Cpiooals to )m
addressed ti thn unrierdgnrd and murkM
"Pioposnls ror Sltlnui-ry " The Depart
ment retrvcs tl, right to waive defects nn I
rolcctany or nil bldi Jfntonhnet trill tie
nuvrdid for the ii lm rij rrtd tottbiwe nn'M
nn apjiroprlntloii lor iheir pnrrhas shrell Imrt
hfinmniiebv Chomi WILLIAM WINDOW,
BecrctHry of Trf nmy ap2.9.1M 1
J'JMll'tjHALH iTtlll TlMVK.-POSTOI'FIOK
Department. a'tilnaUm, D. C , MmcU
.11. lfOO. In nddltlon t the proposals for Juto
twlnn called for by the advertisement of
March 12, 1890, iirnimrals aro invltod and will
bo received nt thli I'opurtraent until i
o'clorkm. nf AI'IHL t2. ibuo, for furnlstiln
twlno mndeof hn.n r llnx In quantities so
forth In the prcl'lfiontlniii. referred to In sal
adveitlsen ml litems IMi and 158). Thoilsh
Isiestrved to the i epurtment tomakoata
lection from tliudlfforcut kinds called (orb
this nnd tho previous Hdverlseracot. BlftnM
for proposals, with HMulricatlons, will bo
furnished on application to tho Stipcrlti
tendentof tho I lilslon of "nstofllve Sup
plies, PnstnfllcM PeMirlment, Washington, I).
C. The PontmnMcr Oenrral reserves tho
rlRIit to reject any or all bids to waive tech
nlcal defects and to nceoptany rart of any
bid nnd rrjtct thootler part. JOHN WaNA
MAKEH. Po'tmaHtT-OtnTrtl, opg. 1.9.1 1
PIlOPOf-ALH FOR M'PPLtrCS, WASIIIN t
Wetting-Cloths and for tho Purchase ot
l'ulp, Wttflo Paper, etc Treasury Dcpirt
ment, Bureau ol Engrnvlngfand Printing.
Washington, 1. I'.. April H'JWO. -Hoalod pro-
Josalswlllberecelndat thlsoOJco until 1J
I., 1 1IV1IF1 AY. MaY 1. 1690, to furnish siii
pllcs to tho Bureau of EngMflng and Print
ing during tho fiscal year beginning if lily 1,
1810, of the following cliisfct: Dry Color'",
Oils, etc.; Chemicals, cto ; Paper: Typo-
grapinoinKs: lipgruvcnr supplies; Binders'
Supplies; Hardware; Plumbers' Supplies;
Car-tings; Textlloi, elo; Rubber floods;
Orocers' SumlrlosjLumbor; Ice. and Miscel
laneous. Awards will bo made only ti
established manufacturer of. or dealers lu,
tho articles. Sealed proposals will also bo
rocelvcd until the samo timo for washing
Wetting-Cloths during tho samo period, ami
the award will bo mRdo only to a person or"
fltm having established futilities for dolnic
the work. Sculed proposals wM also bo re
ceived until tho mmo time for the ptirchsi'Wl
of Pulp produced by the maceration of notes,
securities, etc.. and fortlicpurchasoof tVaslu
Paper and other refuse material during tha
samo period. Tho right Is reserved towalva
dofects, and to roJecUiny or all bids or part
of bids. Blank forms wltlrepaclncations for?
proposals and further Information desired
by Intending bidders will bo furnished on
application at this ofilco.
np2.0,10 Chief of Bureau
PROPOSALS FOR KEEPER'S IIOUSe)
rip-rap protection, slope paving, &., on
Eastern Branch Bridge, D.-C U. tl. Engi
neer ODlco, 2180 Pa. aye. n. w., Washington,
I). C, March 7, 1P90. Soaled pmndsals, lit
triplicate, will bo received at this otilcc nntll
12 m. on l'RIDAY. APRIL 4, 1890. for tho fol.
lowing work on tho Eastern Hranch Bridgo.
D. C, viz: Theoonstructlon of a watchman -t
house, fenoo, sidewalk, slope paling, curb
ing, gutterp, rlp-rnp protection and painting.
Iho attention ol bidders is Invited totho new
of Congress approved yobruary 20, 1835, ainl
February 23, 1S87, vol. S3, p. 3,)2( and toI. 21, p.
411, Statutes' at Large. For specification
aid all Information apply to PETEIl C.
UAIN8, L'outonant-Colonel of Engineer.-).
UNCANSON BROS., Auctioneers.
VALUABLE UNIMPROVED FROPEitTYOM
M STltEET.BETWKEN TWENTY-SECOXII
AND TWENTY-THIRD STREETS NORTH
WEST. ON MONDAY, MARCH TniHTY-riRST.AT'
FIVE O'CLOCK T. M . we wlllsell in front iC
the premises, at publlo anctlon,
PAUT OF L)T 2, IN SQUARE 50.
fronting 3t feot 0 Inches on tho north side
M htrctt liy a depth of 100 feet to an aHcy.
No section of the city has moro rapldfjf
Improved than this In the last few yours.
Terms: One third of thepurchawmonoyttf
cash; balance In ono and two years, with In
terest at u por cent, por anpum, payabhi
semi-annually, and secured by deed of Iiihe
on tho property, or nil cash.at option of tliQ
purchaser. A deixjslt of SluO will bo ro
milred of tho purchaser at tho timo of sale.
Terms of sale to bo compiled with In fifteen
Tho above sale Is postponed on nconuntnt
tho lnclemenoy of the weather until THUtlS
DAY, APRIL a, 1890, at samo hour and place,
DWory of Lawyers and Law Firms
505 D streetnorthwctt,
Washington, D. C.
Webster Law Building.
Residence, 1218 n street noithwest.
ritHOMAS If. FIELDS,
JL Attorney nt Law, ,
Corner 4 and D streels'nvj.,
Washington, D. C,
Residence, 003 Q St. nw. fc28-00.ini
AG. RIDDLE. HENnY E. DAVIS.
RIDDLE & DAVIS,
Attorneys at Law, "
Havo removed their offices to the Fendall
Building, corner Four-and-half and D rtieoM
EBB & WEBB,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS.
400 Fifth Street,
Wisninorro, D. C.
William B. Webb.
Henry Randall Webb,
John Sidney Webb. fub?7,d&S.tt
321 and 823 4 St., Cbauncey Building, near
Louisiana ave., Washington, P. C.
Praotlcos lu the Courts of the District and oC
Prince Georgo County, Md. fc2f-d&.S,W
j eon tobr1neh, '
"attorney-at-law. , "
322 Four-and-a-half street n.w.,neai-City Hall,
Washington. D. C. rc3?-d-3.U
TT S. BERLIN,
472-478 Louisiana Avnie3? f
fci.'7-ditstf Washington, 1
SF. PHILLIPS. . -J.q.ZACHRY.
F. D. McKENNBY.
PHILLIPS, ZACHRY SlcKENNETf1,
Attorneys at Law,
fo27-90 Sun Building, F st
408 Fifth Street.
WHY PAY RENT?
Payments of 818 to t-30 monthly will bit
you a cozy suburban borne In any locality
you deslro or style you fancy'. Wo will buy
for or sell you a house of any value on pro
Wo aro not a Building Loan 'Association,
hut a Mutual Mprtgage Company, with ovee
2,000 niombeM, having tho plans, ways ami
means to oarry out above offer.
Granite Stale Provident Association,
11.0 AM 171 HHOAtnV.VY,
W. S. ODELL & CO.,
Rooms 34 Atlantlo BuUdhig
930 V street n. W.