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THE WASHINGTON 01WTI0, THUTODAY EVENING, APRIL 10, 18U0.
VETERANS OF THE WAR INMATES
OF A POORHOUSE.
rcnnllcMiimlHtilTcrlng rrom Honorable
Wounrt Itccotvecl In tlin Country'
Scrvlro IMIlllniiSctmmlnroil Whllo
l'eolilc Old Soldier All Hut Hliirve.
From the ( Hcano Xews,
"When tlio people of Illinois estab
lished nt Qulnoy tlio Soldiers mid Bull
ors Homo It was for tho sxptcss pur
poso of removing from tlio poorhouscs
of tlio Slato nil inmates who bad fought
for their country cither in tho Mexican
war or tho war of tho rohclllon. Illi
nois is ono of tho four great "soldier
States," Tho rccoid which Its volun
teers inndo on the battlcllolils of the
South and in tho battles boyond tho Ilio
Orando is one of which all tho pcoplo
nro proud. It is their wish that no sol
illcr who is a citlcn of this Stale shall
bo compelled to end his days In a poor
house. Tho law under which tho homo for
old Boldlcis was established at Qulncy
"Soldlcis who nro In ttio poorhouees of
this Htato shall bo admitted to tho homo In
the first Instance."
Well, there are more than fifty Union
soldlcis In the Cook county poorhouso
There is no justice In caring for cur
tain Indigent soldiers and neglecting
others equally worthy whoso needs nro
Just as urgent. If tho Soldiers' Homo
will not accommodate all such army
veterans let It bo enlarged. This is ono
of the lichest Stales In tho Union. It
has not a dollar of debt. Surely It
can afford to taUo good care oral! Us
roor who havo supported tho Union on
But there is another Important matter
to bo noted. Some of tho soldiers In
the Cook County poorhouso nro suffer
ing from wound received In the war;
yet thoy draw no pensions. This Indi
cates that the millions which this nation
pays each year In pensions do not all
s;o to tho most deserving veterans.
Take a few samples from tho list:
Oscar Watts, ORed 73; enlisted In tho
Thirteenth Ohio, Company I, In tho spring
of 1S01. Served threo months and re-cu-llstcd
In tho E.imo company. Was dis
charged In 1804 at Columbus, Ohio. Was
wounded In tho kueo at Franklin, Tonn.
Ta unahlo to work. Left his papers with a
lawyer and has never hoard of them slnco.
John Fohr, aged OS; enlisted at Camp
Douglas in March, 1S02, In tho Slxty-fltth
Illinois llccimnnt. Comnanv P. Rprroil n
year and three months. Was discharged on
account of loss of an eye. Sent discharge
rnpers to Washington In 1SCS; never heard
of them again.
Ephralm TuuIclUT; served two years In
the Army; was wounded In right foot; is
unahlo to work. Applied for a pension;
no attention paid to the application.
John Scott, nged 01; enlisted at New
York, July 0, 1801; served on frlgato l'oto
mac two years and six months under Cap
talus Powell and Gibson. Was transferred
to tho ship Nightingale, Captain Browner.
Was discharged at Boston, Juno, 1804.
Applied for penslon'slx years ago, but has
heard nothing from Washington.
William Thomas Pope, aged 02; enlisted
1'ibruary 3, 1803, In Cincinnati, under Cap
tion Smith and General Warren; received
nnhonoiablo discharge November 7, 1804;
was wounded four times. His papers havo
been in Washington since June, 1839.
That these men, penniless and suffer
ing fiom honorable wounds received In
tho bcrvico of their country, should now
be left to end their days in a county
poorhouso is very disgraceful. This
disgrace must bo wiped out.
Republics ntc proverbially ungrate
ful, but it Is a revelation even to the
most callous to know that not less than
fifty old soldiers are inmates of a pauper
asylum in Cook County. How many
more may bo ending their days In want
and squalor elsewhere cannot bo defi
nitely known, but whatever tho num
ber, It Is too great for tho honor of the
The pension sharks who think of
nothing but the rcrating of pensioners
already rich should be forced to spend
a few weeks or months in a county
poorhouso. They might then experi
ence n revulsion of feeling in favor of
tho old soldiers who eat the bitter bread
of chaiity owing to theli country's
A nation that leaves any of its
saviors to end their days in tho poor
house is n mark for tho scorn of tho
world, Millions of dollars for useless
public buildings and old soldiers in
want and wretchedness nro Incongru
ous. It is a national disgrace.
Cook County's poorhouso was not
built to harbor tho survivors of tho
war of tho rebellion. Every pauper's
grave filled by an old soldier dishonors
this nation more than Washington's
cenotaph can honor it.
Thrice dishonored is iho nation
whose debt of gratitude to its saviors
is paid by crowding tho weakest to tho
wall, neither vlco nor shlftlcssness
can dissolve the partnership of debt
between tho country and Its old
Shndes of Grant, Sheridan and
Logan I Shall the old soldiers, whoso
principal vice is feebleness and wnnt,
be elbowed into tha ditch, whllo tho
toynl purple of ease sits lightly upon
the treasuiy raiders who nover smollcd
A $:)0,000 Fire.
At (3 o'clock this morning a largo
dredgo, tho property of Benson & Mc
ITec, was burned on tho flats nt tho foot
of Tenth street. The Firo Department
was unahlo to reach tho fire until nearly
0 o'clock, nnd by that timo It was im
possible to accomplish nny good. Tho
loss is estimated nt $30,000, partially
covered by insurance.
Cliurlcs Slulloy, SmucRler.
Assistant Secretary Tichenor has In
foimed the collector at Sitka, Alaska,
that no allowance for expenses Incurred
by tho deputy collector In his unsuc
cessful eil'oit to capture tho noted
smuggler, Charles JIulloy, can bo
granted from tho proceeds of other for
feitures, LEMON ELIXIR.
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Htoimicli, llowels, K! linos and lllood.
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Biliousness, Constipation, - Indigestion,
Headache, Malaria, Kldnoy. DIseaso, DU
xlness, Colds, Loss of Appetite, Fovors,
Chills, Blotches, Pimples, Fain in Buck,
Palpitation of Heart, and all other dlseasos
caused by disordered liver, stomach and
ktdncjs, tho first great causo of all fatal
diseases. Fifty cents aud one dollar per
bottle. Sold by druggists. Prepared only
by 11, Motley, Si. 1.", Atlanta, (la.
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For coughs and colds, take Lemon Hot
For sore throat and bronchitis, tuko
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For pneumonia and laryngetts, take
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For consumption aud catarrh, take Lemon
For all throat and lung diseases, tuko
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An elegant and rellablo preparation.
Bold by druggists. 85 cents per bottle,
IVepareif by If. Mosdey, M. 1) Atlanta,Oa.
Wlmt llin Hull l'lnycrs Are Doing In
tlio Inhibition Guillen.
Tho rain yesterday prevented tho
pamo between tho Bostons and tho
"Wnshingtons. To-dny tho local team
will play tho Cuban Giants, tho well
known colored organization, whoso
peculiar coaching, combined with ex
cellent playing, has made it such n bio;
favorite In this city. Mnloncy nnd
Illddlo will bo tho battery for tho local
In Thursday's irnmc in Pittsburg
Paul lllnes stole two bases, ono a steal
of third. Tho veteran is not played
out bv any means.
Fuller, tho St. Louis second base
man has been released. Yonder Aha
docs not think him fast enough for tha
Tho bad weather is preventing tlio
local team from obtaining very much
Mutrlo still keeps up his senseless
talk about pitting his team against tho
Brotherhood Club in New York. Ifc
knows very well the League would not
permit such a thing.
Baltimore papers aio saying some
very harsh things about Barnlo's team.
It Is said to bo very weak in batting and
bnso running, nnd tho only strong point
Is an admirable inilcld.
For the past few days tlio Cincinnati
havo been engaging in their favorite
pastime of noting ns door-mats for
Chapman's downtrodden Colonels
What did that resolution ngainst
Sunday exhibition gaiiici in the
Brotherhood, pnscd last Wednesday,
nmountto? Tho Players' Lcaguo sat
down on Captain Comiskcy. Yester
day tho great captain virtually said "go
to" to tho powers that bo and ho put a
great big hole through tho resolution.
Tho Players' Lenetio will find that
these clubs are all "frco" and com
posed of "freemen" who arc not to be
hampered by any such Infernal Inven
tions as rules or laws. Chicago nnd
Cleveland gave the majority n terrible
crack by their action yesterday. It is
rnther early for such mutinous" con
duct, but not much clso could bo ex
pected. Indianapolis will probably go into
the Interstate Lcaguo.
It Is said that Will Widner's playing
days are nearly over. Ho has broken
himself down by excesses and has
no one to blame but himself.
Pittsburg's "youngsters" havo sur
prised the old "star worshippers," nud
Colonel Pringlo enthusiastically says:
"Judging from tho work of tho old
local club's 'colts,' nobody need bo
ashamed of them by any means. It Is
no exaggeration to say that tho aggre
gation conlnius some young men who
can perhaps hold their own against
anybody in the country in their posi
tions." The Siiortiny Life fires a column nnd
a half of solid shot Into tho retreating
lino of the Brothcihood. Tho massacre
of "principle" Inst Wednesday was too
uom a penormnnco to countenance.
Editor Richter Is learning tho lesson
that the men whose capital made a rev
olution possible arc just as selfish as
those of tho "monopolistic League."
He sa3-s: "Kxpodicncy Is elbowing
principlo out of doors. Tho Player;?
League is beginning to mnke mistakes.
Where will it slop?"
A Tame -Mill.
Omaha, Neil, April 10. Tho ten
round fight between Harry Gllmoro of
Canada and Jimmy Lindsay of Omaha
last night, was a very tamo affair. The
police were present In force and four
ounco gloves were used. Gllmoro
proved himself by far tho cleverer of
the two men, but Referee McCunc de
clared the light a draw. Gllmore an
nounced to the disgusted audience that
he was willing to fight Lindsay in pri
vate, nud a match may be arranged.
Till: FIRST TEST J1ADK.
A Ciililo Car and Conch IUn.lt o a Suc
As announced yesterday afternoon in
Tin: Critic, one of tho new gtipcars
on tho Seventh street line, with a coach
attached, made n test run over tho road
from the power-house, nt tho foot of
Seventh street, to Boundary nnd return.
On board of tho coach were President
Hurt, Superintendent Saylor, Assistant
Superintendent Thomas Downey and
Directors Gloves, Rcilly, Dunlap, Mc
Elhenny nnd Parke. Tho start was
made at 8 :-13 o'clock, nnd in thirty-fivo
minutes, which is ordinary korso-car
lime, the car reached tho Seventh street
terminus. When the cable cars alone are
used tho run to Boundary will bo made
In from twenty-ono to twenty five min
utes. The test was perfectly successful.
Foity more new cars arc expected soon,
and tho drivers nro being instructed ns
gripmen by experienced hands from
other cities, Tho grip cars, which arc
similar to the ordinary summer cars,
will scat twenty passengers, nnd the
coaches twenty-six. Tho road will bo
in operation fully by May I.
Just ns tho car was about to start
yesleiday a man not a director got
nbonid. Tho conductor stepped up to
the outsider and said to him:
"You'll have to get oIL"
"Why t" inquired the outsider.
"Because," said tho conductor, "the
directors are taking this car out to try,
and nobody clso is allowed on board.
They don't wnnt to be crowded."
"Don't wnnt to bo crowded, hey? It
won't be n week before you'ro yelling
to tho passengers to 'move up there' to
make room for another passenger."
This sally was greeted with laughter
by tho directors.
"That's right," said one of them,
"let him tide." And tho outsider made
the round trip with tho olllcinls.
Ten-Dollar 11111s Made by Mile Oclo
Are In Circulation,
The chief of tho Secret Service Is In
formed of tho arrest by that service, nt
Denver, Col,, of Gcorgo Amnions and
William Dorrell for passing counterfeit
$10 national bank notes of Richmond,
Intl., and were held for tho United
States grand juiy.
Tlicso counterfeits were mado by
Miles Ogle, who was arrested In 183 1,
when ho surrendered tho whites for
these notes, together with plates of tho
Thhd National Bank of Cincinnati,
Ohio, nud Muucte nnd I.afuyctto, Ind.,
national banks, aud a two nnd twenty
dollar silver certificate.
Illslinn Loonuril'ii Addroax,
Bishop Lconatd of Ohio, formerly
rector of St. John's Church, delivered
nn interesting addiessboforotho church
auxiliary yesterday afternoon, The
topic of his address wns missionary
work. Ho said tho church should bo
strengthened In tho veiy centre of
civilization. Home should not bo
neglected for missionary work abiond.
In many towns In Ohio of from 7,000
to 12,000 inhabitants there was not a
single Kplscopal church. A generous
dleilii.tr for tho colored commission
was taken at tho close of tho meeting
Chief LuL'Ineur Wlllto'n Transfer,
Chief Knglneer Georgo II. White Is
detached from duty at tho Norfolk,
Ya,, Navy-Yaid aud ordered to duty
in connection with tho machinery of
tho Ironcluds-at Richmond, Ya,
ItCATBN TO DKATir.
Tlio norrlblo Manner In Which n
Ilnngnrlnn Was Murilarfl,
MonntRTOWN, N. J., April 10. In
tclllgenco of n horrible murdor comes
from Illbernla, a small town nbout nlno
miles lrom hero. It Is a mining vil
lage, where about 200 Hungarians nro
On Monday night a party of miners
were drinking In tho principal saloon,
when a quarrel broko out between threo
of tho party nbout the payment for somo
drinks which thoy had had. Tho man
who started the quarrel had been very
unpopular for somo time, and uponhlra
tho other two set, nnd ono of them
smashed his skull with a beer bottle.
His namo was Paul Matlazcozkl, Ho
was 08 years of ago and i German by
birth. Tho names of tho men who at
tacked him are Gcrbulo Barlckl and
John Stnnlk. Tho tragedy occurred in
Paul Kronollck's saloon nnd boarding
houso. Tho fact of Mntiazcozkl's death was
not known to tho police until yesterday
After receiving tho blow of tho bottle
ho was thrown down and kicked most
brutally. Tho bartender then helped
him out of tho saloon nnd ho staggered
to his room In a boardlng-houso nearby.
Thence ho was forcibly taken by his
nssallants, and, nil bruised nnd bleeding
nnd half unconscious, was hanged to a
tree. Tho whole affair lasted but a fow
minutes. Passers-by found him and
cut him down soon after tho gnug had
gone, but life was all but extinct. Ho
died soon afterwards.
There Is a hot feeling in tho neigh
borhood against tho murderers. Tho
police arrested threo of his assailants
shortly aftenvards. Two are still sought
by tho police.
Tho dead man's body was found to
bo frightfully mutilated. Ills head
nnd body were n mass of contusions
nnd bruises. His chest was black and
blue from tho kicking which ho had re
ceived. Tho prisoners were taken to
tho county jail nnd locked up there,
still under tho inllucnco of liquor.
Thoy admitted having had a quarrel
witu tno ucau man auout a year ago,
and said there had been bad blood be
tweon them ever since, until the meet
ing, which culminated in the murder
Upon making an examination tho
coroner found that nearly hnlf tho dead
man had been kicked and beaten with
bottles and clubs, but there was also a
red ring round his neck where tho rope
had cut Into tho llcsh. Recently there
havo been several fights and stabbing
affrays among tho miners, nnd not long
ngo, during tho christening of n fow
weeks' old infnnt, tho little ono was
crushed to death beneath the weight of
a drunken fighter who fell upon it.
More Tlinn Half a Hundred Women
Thrown In a Creeli.
Philadelphia, April 10. A special
from Shamokin to tuo Record says: Be
tweeu fifty nud sixty Hungarian women
were thrown Into tho Shamokin Creek
last evening by the nngry miners nt
Hickory Ridge nnd kept there until
tnorougniy submerged nnd exuaustcd.
Many savage struggles occurred be
tween the men and women, nnd while
nono were fatally injured dozens will
feel the effects of tho struggle for
Tho Hungarians have a peculiar cus
tom, amounting to a religious duty, of
throwing water on pcoplo for two days
after Easier. Thoy think it bad luck for
the thrower to fail in an attempt to
cover tho victim with water. If suc
cessful It is thought that both will bo
lucky. Tho custom obtains among tho
most ignorant of Hungarians, with
which tho harakt of"lllckory Rldgo
abounds. Upon'ntl-truo-pnssed .along
tho highway theso Hungarians would
hurl tho water, and thusT after Easter,
the Ainciican miners would invariably
be greeted by buckets of water thrown
Into their faces as they emerged from
Naturally fights occurred in conse
quence, but heretofore the miners were
too chivalrous to battle with women.
Yesterday tho miners heard of an at
tempt by tho women to duck Holden
Chester, jr., nnd William Rclnhart, two
of tho bosses. It was then decided to
quit work In tho evening, nnd. If any
ono wero nttacked, they would duck
every Hungarian woman In the hamlet.
Tho whistle sounded "All homo" at
0 o'clock. When tho first four men
gained earth's surface they were almost
drowned with water from tho buckets
of a score, of women, Tho angry
American miners we're at once re-enforced,
and while n dozen rushed on tho
women and dragged them to tho creek,
a body of men went into every houso
In Iho hamlet iu tho search of Hun
The fight that ensued was very excit
ing nnd tho scene a strange one. In a
short timo tho creek was allvo with
struggling women, whllo tho banks
wore' lined with hundreds of miners
nnd English-speaking residents. As
each woman climbed tho bank u man
lushed upon her, picked her up Iu his
aims and throw her back in the swift
Great care was taken that nono of tho
women wero drowned, although a num
ber fainted. The Hungarian men were
not stiong enough to show fight, and
remained maddened spectators from a
distance. When the invasion of tho
hamlet occurred threo of tho women
armed themselves with weapons and
rushed from houso to house, shrieking
for their sisteis to band and drive tho
A ll()(N TO TH1J PCIILIC.
1'ieu Kvenlntr Kxhlbltlon nt the Cor
coran Gnllerv of Art,
For some timo past the question of
opening the Corcoran Gallery of Ait
at night has been agitated, nnd finally
tho Board of Trustees, recognizing tho
benefits to tho public which would, re
sult, have nmdu a move iu that direc
tion, and by their order tho gallery will
be opened tomorrow night lrom 8 to
10:!!0 o'clock. Admission will be free.
Children under six years of ago will
not bo admitted and nono under four
teen unless accompanied by parent or
Tho innovation will undoubtedly
prove a success und bo highly nppre
elated by a largo class of persons who
oidinarlly are unahlo to visit tho gal
lery during the day. It will nfford tho
working classes nn opportunity to sco
tho excellent works of ait there, and to
many will furnish nn enjoyable even
Tho opening of tho gallery to-morrow
night will bo somewhat in tho nature of
nn cxpciimcnt, and If tho attendance
justifies it, It will probably bo opened
ono night each week hereafter.
Tlio Fleiiilnc-Plielun Affair,
Congressman Phelan is still auious
and willing to fight Editor Fleming of
tho Ivnoxvillo Sentinel . Ho is suffeiing
f rem bronchitis, nnd will go West, ho
says, ns soon as tha alfalr between him
self and 'Colonel Fleming Is settled,
Iu a dispatch to the latter ho denies
hnvlng Indulged In nny "language of
tho piio ling," as charged.
Advice to .Mntnera.
Mrs. WIr.slow's Soothing Byron . should
always housed lor children teething. It
soothes the child, softens tho gums, allays
all pain, cures wind colic, aud It Is tlio best
remedy for dlarrhum. 23c, a bottle.
CAMIIHN'S DEN OF V1CIL
Shocking ltevelntloim In n ShniilJ
Kept by Two Pole.
Camden, N. J., April 10. Nicholas'
nnd Eminn Gnelcr, Polanders, kept a
little candy and tobacco store. In a
little room back of tho candy shop boys
nnd girls, ranging In ngo from 10 to' 18
years, gathered night after night and,
under cunning tutelage of tho ogress
who ran tho shop, indulged in practices
of deepest depravity. Yesterday Gaoler
and his wifo wero arrested nnd locked
up in tho City Hall, nnd by 7 o'clock
Inst night tho hearing-room at tho
City II all wns full of boys and girls,
not ono over 18 years of ngo, nnd very
few even that old.
Ono by ono tho children wero taken
Into tho Mayor's private office, where
he subjected them to a rigid examina
tion, Somo of tho boys said tho woman
Gaclcr, In tho presence of her husband,
mado Improper proposals to thom her
self, and Invited them, when thoy went
Into her shop to buy, to sco tho girls In
the back room.
Tho houso was a place of assignation
for them. Thoy met clrls of their own
ages there, went out "for beer, smoked
cigarettes, danced to tho alleged music
of nn nccordlon, and frequently, when
the rovels reached n high pitch, tho
light would go out, and then deep de
pravity held sway.
Tho examination lasted until n late
hour last night, and was not finished.
Gncler nnd his wife were hold for
further investigation. It is probablo
that Dthor charges than kceptng a dis
orderly houso will bo made against
them. Thoy have threo children, two
girls of 18 nnd 11 years, and n boy of
about 7 years, nil of whom were par
ticipants In tho orgies of the little room
back of tho shop.
TCIUKD roil FUN11KAL KXPDNSES.
Lltliejow Wanted tlio Money to .Settle
u DotuI DHL
St. Paul, April 10. A stranger reg
istered at tho Ryan as "Walter Lor
raine, Chicago," on April 1. No fur
ther attention was paid to the guest un
til yesterday, when his bill was pre
sented, and he stated that ho was ex
pecting money from Mow York. A
traveling man came in later nnd recog
nl.oy him as Thomas II. Lithgow,
formerly purchasing agent for II. K.
Thtubcr & Co., Now York, who deserted
his wifo nnd mnrried the daughter of
M. O, Phillips, a prominent merchant
of Salt Lake City, whom he lobbed and
Acting on this information tho hotel
people secured the arrest of Lithgow
nnd ho was locked up to await exam
ination to-morrow. This evening a
telegram was received from Mrs. Thos.
11. Lithgow No. 1, who resides at No.
122-1 Lexington avenue, New York,
asking: "Is'Thomas II. Lithgow dead
in St. Paul 1 "
The assumption is that Lithgow wired
for money for his own funeral ex
penses, and this was tho money ex
pected from Now York.
A 1'Iour Mill A lire.
Adrian, Mien., April 10. The Wil
son flouring mill, one of the finest in
the State, was damaged to the extent of
$25,000 by fire yesterday morning. It
was insured for 17,500.
JftlMWM I 111 IIIITII l lll.l MMM I, Wll,
IS not only a distressing complaint, of
Itself, but, by causing tho blood to
becomo depraved nud tho system en
feebled, is tho parent of innumerable
maladies. That Aycr'a Snrsnpnrllla
is tho best euro for Indigestion, even
when complicated with Liver Complaint,
is .proved by the following testimony
from Mrs. Joseph Lake, of lirockwny
"Liver complaint and indigestion
mado my life a burden nnd cauio near
ending my existence. For inoro than
four years I suffered untold agony, was
reduced almost to a skeleton, and hardly
had strength to drag myself about. All
kinds of food distressed mo, and only
the most delicato could bo digested at
all. AVlthin the timo mentioned several
physicians treated ino without giving re
lief. Nothing that J took seemed to do
any permanent good until I commenced
tho uso of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, which
has produced wonderful results. Soon
niter commencing to take tho Sarsapa
i Ilia I could seo an improvement in my
condition. My appetite began to return
ami with it came tho nullity to digest
all tlio food taken, ray strength im
proved each day, and after a fow
mouths of faithful attention to your
directions, I round myself a well
woman, nblo to attend to all household
ilntles. The medicine has given me u
new least) of life." ..-i.....
A ft v
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1 lower than asked for other lots In Immediate
l vicinity. Small cash payments. Monthly oi
jcatly time given at S per cent. Interest
llEALL, BROWN & CO., Oil F Bt,
I COMMISSIONER OV DEEDS.
SS. BUNDY, COM'R OF DEEDS FOR ALL
. Mates and Territories, 458 La. ave., opp
OAI'TLIIKU IN A OAVK,
A (nmlcmncil .Murdor nr tlnticht Un
itur Ills Kntlirr'n IIouko.
CotnmiA, 8. O., A pi 11 10. After
clinlliig forfivo n nths tho officers of
the law Whitfield .Turrell. ono of the
romirtid murderers 'if Paul Yonco,
wns captured in a, ttvo under his
father's houso In Icefield County.
Jlnirt'll nnd William Carpenter, two
young whlto men, mado n drunken vow
Inst summer to kill tho first person they
met. Their victim was young Yonco,
whoso bodv they deliberately punctured
Tho two villains wero convicted nnd
sentenced to bo hnnged last January,
but In somo mystorlous manner as yet
entirely unexplained thoy escaped from
jail. Tho sheriff of Edgefield was In
dicted by tho grand jury for this.
Jlurrcll nnd Cnrpenter escaped to
IJrlnltly, Ark., whoro they were nr
rested, but a bribe of $200 bought their
release. They camo hack to Edgefield
niiil secreted themselves In tho thick
ennebrnko nnd were fed by friends.
A scoro of tho cltlcns of Johnston's
surrounded tho houses of the fathers of
tho two boys. Thoy located JIurrell
In a envc under tho houso. His mother
leveled a rifle on tho two mcn who
crawled into tho cave after him, but she
wns disarmed by tho crowd. JIurrell
clapped n pistol to tho head of ono of
the men, but the other fired, tho ball
striking Murrcll in tho hand. Ho then
surrendered and was brought to this
city and chained iu a cell. A reward
of $700 hangs over Carpenter's head.
mi: IJIIUNKKN Ill'riCllll,
I'ntl of Captain reclict'ff Cnurt
ninrtlul Tor Conviviality.
Foiit Y.vTr.s, N. I)., April 10. Tho
military ttlal of Captain Fcchct, Eighth
Infantry, on the charge of being drunk
while president of a court-martial, was
concluded yesterday. Surgeon Decblc
testified that he saw Fcchct Immediately
beforo tho assembling of tboManloy
court-martial, aud that ho was suffering
from tho effects of stimulants. The
findings will not bo mado public until
they are approved by General Itugcr, in
command of the department.
"No wrong without a remedy," says the
legal maxim. When tho wrong is pllos tho
rcmetlti Is Old Saul's l'llu Ointment, say all
Who havo tried It. Price of Ointment only
23 cents per hor.
The travelers ouide.
Arrival of Kiillrnatl Trains In Wash
ington. Arrivals nt II. nnd 1'. Station.
From Boston 10:13 n. m. daily.
From Now York and Philadelphia 1:10,8.00,
10.45 a. m l., 1U5, a.10. 8.40 (limited) 0.25,
and 10.35 p.m. dally. 1.4?, 8.13, aud 8.30
p. m. dally except Sunday.
From Baltlmoie 4.10, C.30, 8.00, 8.45, 10.45
a. m., 8.15, 2.25,3.10,5.53,1! 50, 8.30, 8.40, 0.S.5,
and 10.35 p. m. dally. At 8 35, 0.55, 11.40 a.
m., 1.42, 3.50, 0.40,8.15, p.m. dally oxcept
From Annapolis 8.00, 9,55 a. m., 1,4.2, 5.55, 8.30
p. m. On Sundays, 5.55 p. m.
From Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Elmlra and Har-
rlbburg Dally 8.45 a. m. and 5.55 p. m. daily
From i'opo's Creek Line 8.35 a m and 5.5
p m, dally, except Sunday.
From Richmond and tho South 11.24 a m
10.50 and ll.OO.p m dally, 0.30.pm, daily, ex
From Chleaco and Plttsburp 0.30, 8.43 a m,
2.25,5.55,8.15 pm. All dally.
From St. Louis C.S0 a m and a. 25 p m, dally,
tfrom Aloxantlria-0.53, 8.S0, 0.30, 10.45, 11.21,
a m, 2.50, 5,30, 0.30, 7.10, 7,25, 0.40. 10-40,
10. fO, 11. CO p m dally. At 0.25. 7.23, 8.20,
10.23, 10.35 a m. 1.40, 3.00, 3.20, 10.40, 11.25 p
in. dally, except Sunday. On Sunday only
at 2.20 pm.
Fiom Cincinnati, Lonlsvlllo and St. Louis,
via Chcareako and Ohio routo 8.30 a.m.
dally; from Cincinnati and St. Louis t"F.
F. V, Special") at 8.50 p. m. dally.
Local train on C. and O. from Virginia
Springs 7.13 p. m. except Sunday.
From Old Point Comfort, Nowport News and
Norfolk 355 and 10.50 p.m. dally.
From New Orleans, Montgomery, Birming
ham, Atlanta, Halelgh, Lynchburg 0.53 a.
m. and 7. 10 p. m. dally.
Trom Memphis, Now Orleans, Montgomery,
Nashville, Bristol and Lynchburg 10. J5 a.
m. and 10.40 p. m. dally,
rrom Charlottesvlllo and Way 2.53 p. m.
From Manassas, Strashurg and Way 10.23 a.
m. and 10.45 p-m. dally except Sunday.
Fiom Lccsburg, Round Hill and Points on W.
O, Ti.R-8.30 a. m. dally, 3 p.m. dally,
Arrivals nt II. and O. Station.
rrom Now fork 8.40 a.m., 8.10, 8.00,0.20,
11.20 p. in. dally, 5 p. m. daily, oxcept
From Phlladclphia-8.10, 11.15a. m., 2.10, 8,00,
0.20. 11.20 p. m. dally; 5.00 p. m. dally ex-
From Baltlmore8.05. 8.40, 9.55, 10.20, 11,05 a.
m., 12.45, 2.40, 3.00, 5.20, C.30, 7 45,8.00,8.30,
0.20, 11.10, 11.20, 12.15, daily, 0.30, 7.S0, 8.30,
8.50, a.m., 1.10, 4,30, 5.00, 7.05, p. m. dally
except Sunday. On Sunday ouly ut 2.20
From Chicago aud Columbus 11.45 a. m and
4.05 p. ro. daily.
Fiom Cincinnati, St. Louis and Loulsvillo
3.50 a. m. and 2 p, m. dally.
From Pittsburg and Cleveland 7.10 a. m and
0.50 p. m. dally.
From llecr Park and Oakland 3.30, 11.45 a.
m. nnd 4.05 p.m. dally.
From Lexington, Winchester and Virginia
valley u.aoa. m. ana a p. m. uuuy, oxecpt
From Frederick 8X5 a. m. dally, 1.50, 3, 0.50,
7.30 p. m. dally, except Sunday.
Trom Hagerstown 8X5 a. m. dally, 9.30 a. m.
and 1.50 and 0.60 p. m. dally, except Sun
day. rrom Washington Junction and Way 3.15,
7.10, 8.23. 11.43 a. m., 1.50, 3, 4.03, 0.50 p. m.
dally; 9.30 a. in. and 7.30 p. in. dally, except
From Boyd's and Way 8.2J, 9 30 a.m., 3,
0.50 p. m. dally; 8.20 a. m. and 7.30 p. ra.
dally, cxeopt Sunday.
From l.'althersbuig and Way 7.10, 8 23 a. m.,
3, (1.50, 10.25 p.m. dally; 7.20, 8 20, 9.30, 11.20
a. in., 4, 7.3U p m. dully, except Sunday. On
Sunday only. 10.23a in. and 8 p. m.
From Annapolis 10.20 a. in. dally; 8.S0 a. m.
and 1.50, fi.20, 7.45 p. in. dally, oxcept Sun
day. On Sunday ouly at 0.30 p. ra.
WASIKD- II ELI'.
AdiertUcimnUunaer thlt head, fourllnior
as, 25 ctnU for ont Interllon; 50 ctnti for three,
rtTANTED-TWO RELIABLE MENlwffo
. f f UUUUISIUIJU JUilU U-'lUUlUliUU UUlfti LVJ
1 act as general agents for the Peoplo'a Bulld
I lng. Loan and Saving Association of Geneva,
, N. X. Write eaily, giving ago aud references.
r. c. uflm.wmiij,i jiuiiur.,. mi-,,,w
ANTED-BY A GOOD COLORED LAUN-
dress, washing and Ironing to do at
homo; referencos given. Apply 1819 N II av.
ANTED-A WHITE GIRL FOR GEN
eral bouscwoik In a small family,
man, wifo and boy 8 years old; Gorman pre
ferred; to tho rjglit party a pleasant home
aud good wages assured. Apply at No. 1003
O at n w.
AN ABLE ADVERTISING. INSURANCE,
Safe, l.tghtnlng-rotl- or Book Agent, or
Reporter, of great savolr fatre, for literary
work. Largo salary. Wrlto Loudon & Hart
ford Pub. Co.. N. Y.
WANTED SITUATIONS. .
W ANTED-A YOUNG LADY OF HIGH
social standing, rellncmont and cul
tine, financially eniDuirassed, earnestly do
tires Immediate employment; do copying or
wilting of any kind or aot as companion aud
assistant to an invalid or elderly lady, or
will Instruct email elilldien and tako tho en-
. tlio caie of them for tho summer; hlghost
references nnd testimonials given as to abil
ity, Ao.: terms moderate Addross MISS
VIRGINIA C , Box 117, Liberty, Bedford
Wanted" a plainly-furnished
room In tho northeast part ot olty
where thcro will bo no objection to light
housekeeping. Address D. P. II.. tlilsotUoe.
rpilK BERLITZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES,
J 723 14th Bt. n. w.
(lOatorm. Trial lessons tree. Send for
Branches In Now YorK, Boston, nrooKiyn,
Chicago, Philadelphia, LouUvlIle, Paris,
France: Berlin; Moscow, Russia, Londoa,
England, and Dresden, Germany,
mm Norwood institute.
A x act from a irivate Utter:
"In reply to your roquost for my advlco us
to a good eohool for your daughter, I oan
with confidence recommend Mr. and Mrs,
Cabell's Norwood Institute, in Washington,
D. ( The standard of scholarship there is
high, tho instruction thorough and tho Influ
ences gooa. l. vi, v, uAXAn,
Justice U. S. Supremo Court."
The school opens Sept. 30. au23-d JUtt
KSyNOTICK.-illE COltCOUAN OAL-
Will he open to tho public froo on FHIDAY
I! KN1NU, APIIII.11, from 8 to 10:30.
Children under 0 ycarj wilt not ho ad
mitted, nnd nono under 11 unless accompa
nied by parent or guardian.
By older of the Hoard of Trustor.
F. S. HAItllAIUN,
Bpl0 2t Curator.
KBfTHJJ WAMIIINOTON LOAN AND
fc5' T1UJHT COMPANY.
CAPITAL SI,000.iO TP.MI'OllAItYOFnORS,
1C01 V nt n w, previous to tho erection of
tho eompauy's building, corner 9th and F
MONEY LOANED ON COLLATERAL AND
ON REAL ESTATE. Well Bccurod loan,
KUitrnntrcil by tho company, for Rain, In
terest paid. Call on or eorroqpond with us
W. . RUBISON, ceo. II. II. WARNER, Pros.
f hnrles U. llalloy, Oconto T. Sohafer,
.lames L. Ilarbonr, Thomas Somervtllo,
Oeorgo K. llartol, John A. Hwopo,
Itlchnrd W. Clny, ,1. H. Swormilodt,
Horace P. Cmnmlngs, llatterley W. Talhott
J. J. Darllnrfton, " (leorgoTrucsdoll,
John Joy Eilson, II. II, Warner,
Charles J Faulkner, A. A. Wilson,
Albert r. Fox, L. D. Wlnc.l
O. C. Orcen, H. W. Woodward,
William II. Ourlov. Cha. BonJ. Wilkinson,
John 11. Lamer, A. S. Worthlngton.
KJ5fLADIE8l LADIES! LADIKSI
BK' Mrs. McCafforty Is tho only hat and
bonnot-frnma manufacturer In tho olty. Call
and sco her now shapes. Bleaching and
pressing. Straw and felt hata altorod to tho
latost styles. Orders promptly attended to.
low o atroot n. w.
1410 Penna. avo., oppoMto Wlllard's notol.
Thousnnds from far and near visit Dr. Whlto
forrollof fiom and nvoltlanco of corns, bun
Ions, diseased nails and all othor foot
troubles. Hours. 8 a. m. to 0 p.m.; Sun
days, 0 to 12. Established lfifil. Feo. II.
'WHY NOT IIAVB YOUR SHIRTS
mndo hvono of tlio most celobratod
cutters In America! Prloos samo ns thoso
third-rate cutters chargo. P. T. HALL, 003 F
AdverUferiunts unIer thlt head, four Unit or
las, 25ctnttfor one insertioni: 50 centt for thru,
N"ow"lR TIIE TIME WE WILL TAT.
"big money" for gcn'.j' first-class soo-ond-hand
clothing. Addross or call at
JUSTII'H OLD STAND, 019 D nt. n. W.
Adtertttementi vnder thlt head, four Una or
kit, 26 caiti for ont interllon: 60 cenltor three.
ANTED-SHOE REPAIRER AT 903 PA.
T?on SALE-A BARGAIN IF SOLD AT
Ju onco; 2-story and basomont brick houso;
7 rooms nnd bath; nil mod Imps; situated nt
No. 430 1 st n w; prlco S 1,300; terms ouo third
ensh, balauco 1, 8 and 3 years. ApDly
to FRANCIS HUFTY, 1301 F st 11 W. fe.7-00
OR SALE-1N ALEXANDRIA. G-ROOAI
framo house, lust Unlshlnir: nrdrantln
yard; lot 10x115; snug homo; prlco, S00. Ap
ply to ROBERT J. THOMAS, Room No. 2, 013
I70R SALE-FRAME HOUSE 900 IN 23-
foot alloy, bet 9th and 10th nnd G and n
sts s w; 7 rooms; hall on both floors; closots
fronting tho Potomao; 15 per cent Invest
ment; lot 341 foot front by 021 deep, 49 foot
from 0th st. Apply within.
IOR HALE THREE OF TOE CHEAPEST
houses In Washington. 100. 109 and 110
11th st n o; two-story and baomcnt, brown
stone trimmings; 7 rooms and bath; cloctiio
bells and gas: prlco, $3,500 each, S500 cash
balance to suit or trado for good lots.
I'OK ItlLNT HOUSES
AdurtUantnu utiaerthls head, fovrllwior
lett, 25 cents for one Intel Hon; 50 centt for three.
l70lRlavenw.l7rs $200 oo
1413 Mass avo, 17 rs and stable 200 00
1411Kstnw, 131S 200 00
1022Vtavon W. 10 IS , 200 00
1011 Conn avo, 15 rs 175 00
Hth st ox., 15 rs 130 00
1228Mstnw. 15 rs 150 00
lGCOlGthstnw.llrs 125 00
1737 Q st n w, 11 rs 100 00
1400Cbaplnstn w, 13 rs... 100 00
1742 Pstnw,12rs 100 00
7014 21st nw.l Irs 100 00
2 Lafayetto Square, 15 rs
418Cthstnw, lOra 75 00
502 E at n w. 11 rs 75 00
1402 Chapln st n w, 12 rs 75 00
1513 Ostnw, lira C" 00
1101 N II avo, 10 rs 00 00
1402 Stonghton st, 0 rs 53 00
1404 Stougbton st, Ors 55 00
HCOStoughtonst.O rs 55 00
1750 P st n w, 10 rs 55 00
Pst, near 21st, 7 rs 50 oo
lS012l8tstn w.8 Vs..r 50 00
150-1 Sstnw, Ors 43 oo
1619 Corcoran stn w, Ors 40 00
2032 G stn w.io rs 40 oo
1538 Plerco Placo. 9 rs 35 00
lfiOO 7th it n w, str and dwg 35 00
117IIstnw, 8 ra 33 00
SOOGQstn w.2rs 33 ai
54 Ostnw. 10 rs 30 00
304 14thstnw.5rs 30 00
135441 stBW.Ors 18 00
22Slststsw,Crs 15 00
Tho abovo housos can bo examined by per
mit from our ofllco only.
THOMAS J. riSIIER & CO.,
1321 F st. n. w.
170R RENT TWO BRAND NEW SIJC-
room framo houses, high and dry loca
tion; near churchos and publlo school In
Unlontown. Inquire of A. BEHREND, 433 U
l'OIt KENT KOOJIS.
Adiertltementi under thlt head, four Unit or
lett, 23 cents for ont intcrtlon: 50 cents for thru,
01 and Sixth avos., ono block from elo
vated station; new, richly-furnished rooms,
with or without board; summer pricos; refer
HANDSOME FURNISHED ROOMS. EN
sulto or single, at the Buckingham, 920
15th st n w. overlooking McPhorson Square.
FOR RENT-TWO FURNISHED ROOMS,
sultablo for gentlomen. No. 903 M st n w.
COlINTItY ItEAL ESTATE.
EOR SALE-ABOUT 17 ACRES ON 3D ST
n o extended, on the lluo of tho Eoklng
ton ana Soldiers' Homo Railway, being a part
ot tho etato of the late Chief Justice Chase,
now called "Edgowood;" a good opportunity
for investors. For particulars, price, etc.,
Inqulro of CHAPIN BROWN, 31 41 8t n w.
l'OK SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
A dvrrtlseintntt wider thlt head, four lines or
lets, 25 cents for one insertion; 50 cents for three,
; gago Bonds aro oflciod for sale by
E. II COTTRELL,
No. 1148 N. Y. ave.
7U)H SALE-HORSE AND LANDAU-A
: ktyllah Gray Horse, over IB hands high;
lino harness and not much usod; Landau
mado by Joyco; are offered at roasonablo
rates on account of owner leaving the city.
E. II. COTTRELL. 1418 N Y. avo.
T?OR 8ALE-S75-SPECIAL STAR, 51-INCn,
IJ silent raohot, 1 nickel, absolutely per
feet condition. Address or apply 223 A st s e.
MONEY TO LOAN.
CJ C. 1 I1LL, REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.
0. Bargains In all parts of tho city. Llfo
and l'lro Insurance. Coraor 8th and F sts
n w. Lo Droit Building.
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE OR
first-class securities at lowest rates ot
Interest. No delay whero security Is good.
O. C. GREEN,
ONEY TO KOAN ON GOOD SECURITY.
TITLE CO.. 470 La avo.
IN ALL SUMS,
TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY,
AT 5 AND 0 TEH CENT.
INSTALLMENT LOANS-WE ARE Au
thorized by tho United Security Life In
surance nnd Trust Company of Philadelphia
tondvanco money on Improved property lu
Washington up to 75 per cent, of actual mar
ket value, with or without llfo insurauco,
Loans payablo In monthly or quarterly In
stallments, running 5, 10, 15 or 20 ycirs. In
many Instances tho paymonts are less than
tho rental of a houso. V. U. SMITH 4 SON,
1222 F st n w.
ONEY TO LOAN
in sums to suit
On Approved Roal Estuto Security.
Olfi V nt n. m
jilRS. RINi:S-"THE KLSMERE"-11M II
ll st n w; new plumbing, new furniture;
20 additional rooms; pei-sonal attention to tha
table; location routial, near tho Arlinston
U-story and bamnt 10-room brlelc
house; all modern Improvements; situate
Hccond street, between O and D so.
470 Trlco, $0,000.
2 story framo houso,wlthlargo lot; situate
on Sixth street, between IJ and O ao.
277 Price, $3,000.
8-storv brick house, contalnlnc 0 rooms
and bath; size of lot, lSx7o; situate ou O
403 Price, ffl.OOO.
3-story and bacUbillldlng brick dwelling,
containing 10 rooms! all modern Improve
ments; situate on corner ot Ninth and O
463 Price, $3,000.
2-6tory brick house, 0 rooms and bath:
situate on L street, between North Capitol
and First streets nw.
403 Price, $2,530.
f!-story brick house, containing 12 rooms;
nil modern Improvements; situate No. 02 1
E street nw.
428 Price, $10,500.
3-story brick house, 10 rooms; slzo ot lot,
25x125; situate No. 1422 N st. nw.
231 l'rlce, $10,000.
2-etory and basement; brick houso, 7
rooms and bath; situate on Now Hampshire
avenue, bet. L and M sts. nw.
4C9 Price, $0,500.
2-story 0-room brlelc houso; sttuato on
Cleveland ave., bet. 12th and lUtb, V7 and
405 Trice, $1,000.
2-story 0-room brick house, ou Wallach
4S1 Price, $1,300.
2-story 0-room brick houso; situate on
442 Price, $5,100.
3-storv brfcfc houeo. contafntuif 11 rooms
and bath; and all modern Improvements;
(.. v.. in.vi rj t .. ...
CilUUlU i.J, 1..V U Bl U. ,Y
450 Price, $15,000.
Improved property on tho north sido of
G st., wldo front.
44 1 Price, $35,000.
A large stable property In a desirable lo
cation; now under lcaso to good tenant,
paying 0 per cent.
317 Pi Ice, $23,000.
404 Framo dwelling, Grant ave., Mount
rieasant. jnce, $f,uw.
I 400 Four alley houses, contalnlnc; 4
rooms; each rent for $15 per month. Price,
4S9 8-room framo house, lot 20x75, on L
bt. ee. Price, $2,000.
497 2-story and cellar brick house, 9
rooms aud bath; sltuato on Columbia
Heights. Price, $10,000.
Houses In Alexandria, Vn,
3-story hrlcU dwelllne;, 13 rooms, with
oillco annex and largo side lots; situato on
cor. Duko aud St. Asaph sts.; lot 73xS9.
3-story and hack buildlnp: dwclllne;, con
taining 12 rooms and hath; lot 70x90; slt
uato No. 014 Prince st.
403 Price, $0,500.
3-story and back building brick house,
containing 13 rooms; situate on southeast
cor. Prlnco and TatrlcU 6ts.
453 Trlco, $3,500.
4-story brick dwelling houso, built In tho
most substantial manner, containing 20
rooms; size of lot 52x113.
391 Price, $0,500.
2-story and back building brick house,
contalnlnc; 8 looms, situato ou Columbus
st., near Prince.
4S3 rrico, $2,400.
49S 3-story brick dwelling nottse, con
taining 10 rooms and all modern Improve
ments; largo' sido yard; situato on cor.
Washington and Cameron sts., opposite
Old Christ Church, Alexandria, Va. This
is tho best s!uation in Alexandria. Price,
$3,000. Terms One-third cash, balanco
one and two years.
Houses at ralla Church, Vn.
A new cottage, situate only 5 minutes'
walk from Falls Church stations, V. & O.
try, and trunk room; slzo of lot, 110x150
feet. Price, $3,100. Terms ca6y.
ALSO A new cottaso, situate only 5
minutes' walk from Falls Church station,
AV. & O. R. It., Ya., containing, parlor,
dining-room, kitchen, 4 bed-rooms, hath,
servants' room and attic. Price, $3,500.
Vueaut Ground Northeast and .South
cast. All of enuaro 1094 25c
it tt 1092 25c
" " South'iaBlV.V."'.'.'.'.'.'."'.'.. 35c
" " " 10J0 feOo
" " 1013 90c
Half of " 1111 23c
4 lots " 10S0 30o
5 " 1095 30e
3 " 10S4 35c
1 " " 1107 20c
5 " " 1072 35c
1 " " 1027 37ic
4 " " 1005.,.'. 40c
1 " " 1045 42c
1 10SO Wc
1 " 103S 50c
3 ' 1020 Wc
2 " " 1093 25c
11 " " 1057 00c
2 " " S12 bOe
10 " " 1059 40c
7 " " 1003 G2Jc
Building Lots In all sections of tho City.
Real Estate Broker,
1301 VStrvct, AVntUlutrtun, P.O. j
Directory of Lawyers and Law Fi us
506 D strcatnortbwt"'
Wcbatur Law Hulldlnc.
Residence 181B II street northwsl.
Corner 41 and 11 street nw.,
, , . WMhlnittGii, I) '
Residence, 1108 q st. nw. feSS 09 i
AO. RIDDLE HENRY eTd I S.
. RIDDLE DAVIS,
Attorneys at Law,
Have removed tholr offices to tho Fen' i I
Building, corner Four and-hnlf and 11 strer 1
northwest. teifr 'V n
"WEBB WEBB, "
ATTOIINKYS AND COUNSEL I " S,
400 Fifth Street,
, . Wahiinuton i .
William H. Webb.
Henry Randall Wohb,
John Milney Wehh. feb37,l- t
321 nnd 323 4 ct t'liauncey Building i tr
Louislnnu uvo., Washington, D. I'.
Practices In the Courts of the District iri. fit
Prlnco George's County, Mil. fcZi d& f
1 EON TOBRINEIL
Washington. D. V. foSrdA"- i
472-173 LouUlnna A venue l
SF. PHILLIPS. ,T. O. ZAl TihY.
F. 11. McKENNEY.
PHILLIPS, ZACHRY & McKENNEY,
Attorneys at Law,
fc27-00 bun Bnlldlug F-t
T ALTHEUS JOHNSON,
fc27-dAstf 108 Fifth Stn .
l'OK SALI5 AND Itr.NT.
"ORAL ESTATE BULLETIN"" "
THOMAS L WAGOAMAN, 017 F street.
Changes mado Wednesdays and Saturday.
3-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES TOU
Oth st, bet K aud Listen w JJO.OOd
02a nnd tA!5 II st n w, b h and Chouses
GIB I Btnw, bh,ml,12rs le.OOO
1013 10th stn w, bli. ml, 10 rs 1200.1
2070 Btnw, bh,ml,10rs f.ooa
112S Gth lit uw.bb, Ors ROfO
SRSl Indlaua avo n w.bh.Ors 7.5PO
1731 lPth st 11 w, b h. 0 rs 7,500
as I nt n w, b Ii, 11 rs e.wi
lllN.lacnw, f h,0 rs 3,0X1
2-STORY BRILK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR
1013 II Cap st.bh. Ors Ss.wki
12321 ttuw.f b. Drs so-o
338 to 311 Jackson Hall alley nw.bh n'-l-a
1 to B alley bet 12th and 13tb, M and N
1130 to 1161J 23d st n w, f h. 4 rs Ii 000
4C0nnd 108 11th sts w.hb, Urs ' t,0O
1217 and 1210 Madison Bt n w, f h. 4 rt,
and 2b h rear i'fl
423 N st n w, f h, 5 rs, and 2 houses rear 4 010
321 to 3231 D 8t s c, f h, 0 rs 'I.IW
302 0th st bc, bh. 0 rs jOOQ
UNIMPROVED FHOI'EHTY FOR SALE.
G st, bet N Cap and 1st sts n w, 2 b h
Iu rear Sl.CCff
Va avo ami 21th stnw 2'-')
A st, bet 14th and 15th sts so 1 ll
10th st, but E Cup and A sts s c... .... 1.005
K st, bet lGth and 17thstsnw ..SI 50
Pa avo. bet Gth and 7th sts s o 2 00
10th st, bet Jl and N sts nw . 175
Dunbaiton ae and lieallBt, 30th und i-t
tstsnw 1 25
0 bt, bet 1st and 3d sts n w is
N e tor A'a avo and 22d st n w , ,5.
HOUSES FOR RENT.
Tho "Smithy." N. J. ave and B stn w .
20271 Btn w,22rs $100 00
wsnthbtnw, 13 rs 11x100
3052 P st n w, 13 rs, f ur soon
50Cstnw, 12 rs G.-oa
001 21st st n w, 12 rs 40 00
1110 Tut n w, 7rs 35 0O
1152 !B!d Bt n w, 0 rs SO CO
1205 11th stnw, 7 rs 35 00
! 329 Missouri avo n w, 12 rs............ 00
I Upper part 1108 Pst n w,7 rs S06X
b2722dstnw.O ra 30 0O
2012 E st n w. 0 rs 23 00
, WffAbtso.8 rs 2100
I 142Cstnu,7rs 20 oa
025 U st n w, 7 rs IBM
t-07NBtn w, 7 rs 2000
1302 4lstbW. Ors 15 30
Korvand House, AVoodloy Tark, 5 rs. 15 00
1005 Q bt n w, 0 rs 1203
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Sale as U. S. bonds; 5 per cent,, payable),
quarterly; In sums of 81,000.
In sums to suit at 0 per cent.
Tho abovo Is only a portion of tbo property
on my books. For full list call at oQlce for
bullotln, issued on the 1st and J5tb.
WHY PAY RENT?
Payments of $15 to 530 monthly will buy
you a cozy suburban homo In any locality
ou desire or stylo yon fancy. AV6 will buy
for or tell you u houso of any value on pro
We nro not a Building Loan Association,
but a Mutual Mortgage Company, with over
2,000 members, having tho plans, ways and
means to carry out abovo offer.
Granite Stale Provident Association
W. S. ODELL & CO.,
Rooms 32 -34 Atlantic BulldliiK,
marsi.lm. 030 F street n w
Ills I" street. Jlvnibvr of AViiMliliiKtoii
Mot'L llsvliuiifre. All lorul klocKa
uiul Hui-nrlltt-M Loutlit und solil.
In Mineral or Timber lands In Eastern K-
tucKy, West Vlrclnia and tho Southwest. 1 1
liait of old A'h'Kinla, or In lots and acre !"
city in or near the now und oomlns town of
Old Virginia, will pay ovor 10 iVr f ' t .iri
tullptsnnd small Investors address It.
BOHEUTfcON, Attorney and Counsel 1 at
1 r Law. Wall St., Now York I n
1 City, or Bristol, Tenn. ' w
pcrcont r" ef.
J. T. ASHFORD
Can bo found at 118 10th St. n w. Spec initio
In Furniture; Mattrehses and Spring DocH
mado to order. Furniture and Pictures so
eureiy packed and shipped,
Good Wire Muttros 2 W
40Pouud Hair Mattress- 17. W
J. T. HSHFORD,
410 TENTH BT, N, AY. SWl?,d.&3