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THE WASHINGTON OKIOLTO, TUESDAY EVENING, APKLL 15, JL81K).
GOSSIP 01? THE SPORTS.
HOW THE HOME TEAM TOOK THE
niCHMONDS INTO CAMP.
An Olil Wellington Hoy on the nln
ntonil 1,'rnldo Tor the lioenl 1'laynrs
1'rIr.e-Flglit Talk Joo Floldon's
llcnetlt Oonernl Notes,
The Washington Club yesterday took
the Klchinonds Into camp to the tuno of
!i0 to I), It was a wcll-playoU game,
however, notwithstanding tho largo
score, and thcro was any number of
htllllnnt plays. Tho Virginia club had
previously beaten tho IJnltlmorcs, and
It was expected that tho gamo would bo
closely contested. Tho local men
jumped Into tho lead from tho start,
,nd by timely batting and tho loose
fielding of their oppononts piled up a
score that was hcart-brcaklncr. If tho'
Ualtlmoro team had to succumb to tho
Richmond's It Is not In It so far as tho
Wnsuinglons aro ooncerned. Jordan
made a remarkable running catch of a
long lly In tho third Inning, taking It In
on tho dead nni. Bader also made a
pi ctty catch. Tho batting of 0'IUIon,
who made five hits, was one. of the fea
tures of tho camo. ' To-day tho same
teams play, and n good gamo may bo
George Kelly, who pitched for tho
lllclimoniia yesterday, is an old Wash
ington boy. Ho lias always been crazy
to play professional ball, and somo
years ago was playing on tho nmatonr
league here. Ills excellent all-around
playing attracted tho attention of a
number who wero interested In tho
game tho writer among the number
and an engagement was secured for him
on tho Troy, N. Y.f team. That team
played Its llrst came aaalnst tho Phillies
and the new uniforms were delivered by
Beach In tho momlrig. Thero was
-something tho mnttcr with tho shoes
Kelly recolved nnd ho hied himself to
Beach's store in no very amiable mood.
Walking In with tho air of an emperor
ho throw down tho kangaroos and de
clared himself thusly: "Them shoes
don't go. I'm a ball player, I am, and
my name's Kelly, and when I say I
want a thing I want It, and don't you
forget It." And before the astonished
clerk could recover, Kelly was out of
tho store and well on his way to tho
Charloy Householder, who Is cover
Inc first base for tho Illchmonds, is an
old-timer. His baseball experience be
gan In 1870 and ho has followed it
pretty closely aver since.
George Teheau and Hick Carpenter
have been released by Cincinnati. Car
penter will probably got to Pittsburg.
Orator Schafer has signed with the
Tho excellent playing of tho homo
team is making it hosts of friends.
Nothing but praise can be said of the
yotmstcrs, and tho opinion seems to bo
general that It Is a better nine even than
ibis city overbad in tho League. But
wait until the men have learned each
olhci's ways and get to playing to
gether. If they don't astonish" somo of
tho old fogies who think tho League
contains the quintessence of ball play
ing it will bo funny. The team is
bound to be n second edition of the St.
Louis Brown's if It Is kept together.
Yesterday's games resulted as fol
lows: .Now York (N. L.), C; Newark,
(A. L.), 2. Crescent Athletics, 6;
Brooklyn (P. L.), 13. Brooklvn (N.
U), 8; Metropolitan, 0 Philadelphia,
5; Athletics, 3. St. Louis, 9; Cincin
nati, 4. Chicago (P. L.), 4; Pittsburg,
(P, L.), 2. Boston (N. L.), 0; Wilming
The Phillies are engaged In wiping
up the earth with their old-tlmo rivals,
the Athletics, theso pleasant after
noons. The benefit to Joe Flelden, the Eng
lish pugilist, at Academy Hall, George
town, was anything but satisfactory to
tho beneficiary, for he came within an
ace of being knocked out In a bout
wltlvsof t gloves with Nally, with whom
ho wound up. Had It not been for tho
intervention of tho police Flelden would
have fared a great deal worso than ho
did. Nally knocked him down several
times and had the best of tho bout all
the way through. When Flelden went
down the last time ho was pretty
groggy, and even if the police had not
interfered it Is doubtful whether ho
would have continued the fight, Tho
result may bo a match between tho
men, although after last night's experi
ence it is doubtful whether Flelden de
sires any more of Nally's medicine.
Nally has his mopcy posted at 314
Fleventk street for a finish fight with
Fielden or any other light-weight
True Jo his declaration, Billy Mc
Millan did not participate in Ficlden's
benefit last night. 'Ills friends propose
to give nlm a rousing benefit on Thurs
day night, at which all the promlqcnt
professionals In tho city will bo present.
Big Jim Corbett, tho California,
has added now laurels to tho wreath of
pugilistic f.imo. Last night he easljy
defeated Dominlck McCalVroy In three
rounds and is now waiting for a go at
the champion. Ho very foolishly offered
to give Sullivan the entire receipts of
the house If he (Corbett) could.not best
him in four rounds. That ouabt to be
an easy mark for John L Whllo Cor
bett may bo, and undoubtedly Is, a good
one, the man has not yet made bis ap
pearance who can host Sullivan in four
rounds, or doublo that number.
Tho managers of tho MverH-IInnner
tight, which Is to tako place near this
city on tho 21th, aro endeavoring to
change tho date, as It will conflict with
the Northridgc-McMillan mill. There
is a probability however that both fights
may take placo In tho same ring.
Tho entiles and bettlngon fo-day's
inccs at Memphis arc as follows:
First raco, 1 mlle-Nollle Wolf, 110, $1;
Hose Howard, 110, $10; Gcuuessce, 110, $!;
Hoyal Flush, IK). $3.
fcecoud nice, 3 mile heals Leo Ilrlgel,
hO, $B; Jack Cocl.8, OS, .5; Katie 3., 98, $1;
L'hllbowle, 00, $10; Skobelofl, 100, $0.
Third race,The Senorlta Stakes, 1 mile
Jlonta Itosii, 113; Katrinn.llO (coupled),
15; Autilu Ilrown, 118, $0; Drift, 110, $4;
l'hllore, 110, 3 Lady Washington, 110, .;
Ktltcl S.. 110, ; Laura llnxey, 110; Too
Sweet, 110 (coupled), $10; Lizzie Gwynne,
Tomtit racu 1 tnllo. Lady Blackburn,
03, $1,1: Dolhkuiis, 70, $15; John Sherman,
hO, $3; Mary II., 85, $3; Wimmer, 00, $5;
Jefrtca, 0U, $3; Julia Mnnce, 100, $; For
ever, 101, $3; Harvc&tcr, 103, $10.
Fifth race 1 t-lU miles. Fred. Fink. 03.
$10; Hounto KIiik, IK), $17; Boar, 109, $15;
Klght-to-feven, 08, $5; Carleloii, 111, $15;
I.ucyl',, 102. $15; Dyer, .100, $7; Walker,
Troiitilu Anionc Neighbor.
There has been not a very filendly
f(!tliiig betNfcen George Seaman and W.
S. Branson, who are neighbors on tho
Fcvcnih-strcct road. They wero both
In tho Police Coutt to-day, charged
with threats, and the Judgo placed
them both tinder $200 bonds to keep
Crushed lly the Dumpers,
Patrick McLaughlin, an employe of
the Pennsylvania Hallway Company,
was quite setlously Injured yesterday
evening whllo coupling cars on Dela
ware avenue, between V and G streets.
He was removed to tho Piovldenco
Hospital In tho police arobulanco, where
e will hnvo to remain lor some time.
rUKTTY Vt., 1 THANK TOO."
The District or Colmnhtii Is Ninety
Nino Yenrs Old To-Diiv.
According to tho count made by tho
Board of Trado tho District of Colum
bia Is to-day 00 years old. Tho Board
recently fixed April 15, 1701, as tho day
upon which tho District became a
separate cntlroty nnd decided to open
tho celebration of Its centennial on that
day next year. Tho committee of tho
board having charge of tho proposed
celebration Is composed of Messrs. 13.
Kurtz Johnson, Gcorgo Trucsdell, A.
T. Brltton, Bcrlah Wllklns, 15. II.
Warner, C. S. Noycs and J. M. Wilson.
Tho act of Congress establishing the
National Capital within n district not
exceeding ten miles square was ap
proved July 111, 1700. General Wash
ington's first proclamation its to tho ta
xation of tho ten miles square was
made from 'Philadelphia January 24,
1701, and his second proclamation,
changing tho boundaries, was Issued
from Georgetown on tho 30th of March,
1701. By tho first of these proclama
tions Alexandria was excluded and tho
southwest line of the Distilct wasmado
by n lino including all tho Maryland
cession nnd such part of tho Virginia
cession ns should Ho "nbovo a line to bo
run from a point of land forming tho
upper cape of tho mouth of the Eastern
Branch duo southwest." Under this
proclamation nearly all of Alexandria
County and the town of Alexandria
were leit out of tho District; but under
tho second proclamation the wbolo of
the ten miles square was established.
oi:nj:ual .sciiofieicd dindd.
A 111c AiVulr nt Clminliorlln'n In
Mr. John Chamberlin last evening
gave a dinner to Major-Geueral Scho
field. Many of tho prominent business
men of tho city were present, and tho
occasion was a thoroughly enjoyable
one. Tho guests were General John
M. Schofield, Inspector-General Josoph
O. Breckinridge, Surgeon-General John
Moore, Paymaster-General William
Smith, Chief of Ordnance Gonoral
Stephen V. Benet, Assistant Quarter-'
master-General C. G. Satille, General
Absalom Baird, General Stewart Van
Vlclt, U. S. A.; Hear Admiral David B.
Harmony, U. S. N.j Senator Georeo
Hearst, California; Senator Joo C.
Blackburn, Kentucky; Senator John
E. Kcnna, West Virginia; Sena
tor Joseph It. Hawlcy, Connecti
cut; Senator U. O. Wdlcott. Colo
rado; Mr. Justice Harlan, ox-Commls-sloncr
W B. Webb. Judge Martin V.
Montgomery, Dr. Z. T. Sowers, Colonel
Enoch Tottcn, T. P, Ochiltree, Frank
Hatton, Beriah Wllklns, Dave E. Conk
Hug, Hallett Kilbourn, James It.
Young, Joseph Clarke, California; T.
J. Hnyward, E. L. Bartlett, and M. A.
Marbury of Baltimore; M. P. Handv,
Stllson Hutch ins, W. F. Shaffer, Now
York; S. JI. Kauffraan. J. L. Smith
mcycr, L. B. Jackson, Chesapeake and
Ohio Itallroad: Francis G. Newlands,
California; Frank A. Richardson, Gen
eral George S. Batcheller, Assistant
Sccrctnr' of the Treasury.
run roici: count dusuimx.
Tho Horrors IVhiuh Unlortunato Law
lireukers IIuvo to I'odttro.
Tho famous, or rather infamous
"black hold of Calcutta," could not
hnve been more horrible than is tho
recking, slimy, gloomy nperaturo In
the wall, known as tho Police Court
dungeon. The horrible hole is situated
under the southeast corner of the Police
Court buildinc. It is considerably ha-
low the surface of the earth and is dark
and gruesome on the brightest and most
It is entirely without ventilation, ex
cept a narrow grated doorway, which
Is nearly always choked up with half
suffocated prisoners trying to get a
breath of fresh air or to catch a glimpse
of daylight. The Interior or this den
of horrors Is not only dark, but it is
likewise damp. It is scarcely moro
than six feet wide by about twelve
deep, and has au iron bench extending
around the walls for the prisoners to
Often, and especially on Monday,
which Is a big day for tho Court, from
thirty to forty.fivc unfortunates aro
crowded into this den and are compelled
to remain until adjournment, lato in tho
afternoon, when they are hustled Into
tho "Black Maria" and carted off to the
jail or workhouse. By the time the
"Maria" arrives the atmosphere of the
dungeon Is poisoned by tho many
breaths and heavy from dampness,
while the stone flooring is flooded with
tobacco juice and water.
Many prisoners have fainted from
these noxious effects, and it is not an
uncommon thing to see them brought
out Into tho adjoining hallway sick
from the effects of their confinement in
the black hole.
The grand jury, in a lato report,
commented rather forcibly on these
facts, but tho same stato of affairs con
tinue to exist. The continuance of
such a foul place under q f'temple of
justice" and .at tjie capital of a great
civilized nation Is a crying disgrace It
would put to shame even the hardened
minions of the Czar of Russia or tho
Emperor of China. The Critic' sug
gests that this is a splendid field for
philanthropists to operate In.
AIIKS' CiOOD WORK.
Helplnc tliel'nrlsh llulldlnc Fund
St. Paul's Church,
The ladles of St. Paul's Church, on
Twcnty.thlrd street, are engaged In the
lnudnble undertaking of' raising funds
to bo devoted to the parish building
fund, and to-day gave a luncheon at
Masonic Temple In nld of tho charity.
Tho various tables were well patronized
and quite a handsome sum realized.
To-night a musical nd literary en
tertainment will be given and will be
Eartlcipatcd in by Miss Snowden of
Baltimore, Mrs. Coryall of this city and
a qunrtctto ami trio from tho church
choir. A farce entitled "A Box of
Monkeys" will also be presented.
A Juvenile Tiller,
A carpenter named A. II. Crowell,
who was engaged at work on a house on
Seventh stieet, .near tho Boundary,
carelessly hung liis vest up on a nail in
the scaiTolding, in tho pocket of which
was his gold watch. When he quit
work ho found that tho timo-plcco was
missing. Ho reported tho matter to tho
police and they shortly afterward found
a 10-year-old colored boy with tho
watch In his possession.
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Tho Whole (lane rtullty,
John Williams, a nine-year-old col
oicd boy, was before Judge Miller this
morning for pilfering a woman's house
In Hell's Hollow of all tho eatables.
"Brolsy" Myers and Ganlleld Williams,
two other boys of about tho snmo ago,
wero witnesses against him. The judgo
disbelieved the cvldcnco and was satis
fed of tho Williams boy's guilt and
thought the others were also im
plicated. (loud Neits.
The uixiiy friends o( lloli Holtzman, 1113
New York avcuue, will ho pleased to learn
that bo procured his license this morning
and that his retUurunt u ouco moro In. (nit
blast. Hot litneh as usual to-morrow.
ISAAC AND 11USA,
The Grcennpple Try to Work n Shrewd
anil rrnmlnlnnt damn.
Detectives Garter,' Half and Blook
have for somo days been working on an
Important case, which culminated In
tho arrest yesterday afternoon of Mr,
Isaac Grccnapplo nnd Ills wife Rosa,
who for somo tlmo past have been
living at No. 471 O street southwest.
Tho account of tho fraud perpetrated
by these two persons Is full of Interest.
It seems that about a month ago thoy
lcntid nnd occupied tho C-strcot house,
nnd, nt tho same time, had their furni
ture insured for $1,000 with Mr. Simon
Wolfe. On Sunday morning, April 0,
tho house was found to bo on fire, but,
thiough the prompt work of the firo de
partment, tho fire did not result disas
trously. On tho Monday morning following
tho fire Grccnapplo and his wlfo mado
nn Immediate demand fortholnsurnntio
money nnd Mr.. Wolfe told them they
could havo It ns soon ns tho adjuster
could appraise tho damage. It was
found that tho amount was so small
that Mr. Wolfo was disposed to settle
immediately, and would havo done so
had not tho olllccrs told him to delay
payment until an Investigation could bo
Two witnesses, Chaskiel Flaumcn
battm and Simon Swartz, who wero
rooming in tho house nt the tlmo of tho
fire, gavo Information that led to the
arrest of tho Grccnnpples. On tho
Sunday night on which tho fire started
Flnttmcnbaum, -who was sleeping on
tho upper floor, was awakcucd by a
feeling of stilTocatlon, and, hearing a
a noise in tho lower part of tho house,
started down to Investigate. The hall
way was filled with smoko and Green
apple nnd his wlfo were just coming
up stnlrs. Mr. Grccnapplo, who saw
Flaumenbaum crouching In tho hall
way, seized him by the throat and
threatened to kill him If ho gave nn
alarm. He also demanded that lia
maintain secrecy in tho future.
Afterwards, however, ho took Swartz
into his confidence, and tho latter di
vulged what ho knew to Grccnapplo.
hc latter became frightened and vol
unteered to buy them both tickets to
New York and afterward send thorn
money to go to Canada with. They ac
cepted tho proposition, and wero on
their way to tho depot, when thoy wero
apprehended and locked up In tho Sixtn
Precinct station as witnesses.
Detectives Itaff and Block then went
to arrest Mr. Grccnapplo, but ho was
not at home. His wife camo from tho
house shortly nfter 3 o'clock yesterday
afternoon and Mr. Raft, who had been
"shadowing" tho place, followed her.
At the corner of Pennsylvania avenuo
and Ninth street. .She took a belt-line
car and went north. Mr. Kaff sum
moned a furniture wagon and, getting
on the sent with the driver, followed
the enr. Mrs. Grccnapplo got out and
went Into a store on I street, near Thir
teenth, where Mr. Half came to tho
conclusion her husband was concealed.
Tho patrol wagon was sent for and both
Isaac and Rosa were arrested and taken
to the First Precinct station house.
It was .expected that tho Grccnapple
case would come up before Judge Mil
ler to-day, but tho defense wore not
prepared for examination and a con
tinuance was granted until to-morrow.
Another Largo Dutch Considered
The following applications for liquor
licenses were approved by the Commis
sioners today:. B. SI. Bryan, 121
Pennsylvania avenue northwest; Chas.
Connor, 43 II street noitheast; Charles
Dictz, 230 New Jersey avenuo north
west; Peter J. Duffy and Cbailes W.
Lcannaidc, 209-211 Seventh street
noithwest; Thomas J. Dalton, 107 G
street northwest; Conrad Eber, 434 D
street northwest; John T. Hogan, 718
North Capitol street; Theodore Johan
sen, 211 Seventh street northwest;
Julius E. Jueneman, 317 Sixth street
northwest; August Long, 101 Pennsyl
vania avenuo northwest; ' Ferdinand
Lambrecht, 237 New Jersey avenue
northwest; William J. McGIH. 229 New
Jersey avenue northwest; William Nel
son, 333 Four-and-a-half street north
west; Daniel O'Brien, 231 New Jersey
avenue northwest; Marshal S. Parker,
109 Pennsylvania avenue northwest;
Hugh O'lleilly, 203 Seventh street
northwest; John Itaedy, 701 North
Capitol street; Lena, Itica and
Lizzie Sprohs, 483 C street
northwest; Henry Schoenborn, 2Q9
Seventh street northwest; Thomas
Sullivan, 70 II street northeast;
Joseph Stecher, 737 North Capitol
street; Thomas L. Sclly, 002 Pennsyl
vania avenuo northwest; Lcander Van
Itiswick, 118 First street northwest;
Adelaide Weber, 213 New Jersey ave
The following applications for retail
licenses were, upon reconsideration, ap
proved: Robert C. Holtzman, 1412
Now York avenue; Thomas Walsh,
1200 E street northwest: Maltha Hen
nessy, 114 Four-and-half street south
west., . p
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Tim Motor Kxlilhltlou,
1'Ictures sold still remain on exhibition.
Go and tee then. To-morrow last day. V.
O. Fischer Co,, 520 Fifteenth street,
THE TIlllIULE'S HISTORY.
Origin Shrouded In Mysterr ALoeend
of St. Ill decani.
ttom the St. Louis Post-DUmtch.
Like the origin of many useful In
ventions, which Is lost In tho darkness
of past ages, the history of tho thimble
Is shrouded In uncertainty. Tho first
record of It is found in the twelfth cen
tury. It Is very brief, mentioning only
its name. At that time lived St. Ulldc
gard, a woman highly regarded, not
only for her piety but also her extraor
One of her writings contains a combi
nation of 000 worth translated Into n
stiango, unknown language, which to
day Is regarded as the first attempt ever
mado to establish "tho languago of the
world," or u universal language.
Among theso words is found tho word
"vlngcihuth" (thimble), called "zlris
knn." in this peculiar translation. This
group of words mentions many articles
of dnlly use, so that It Is proper to Infer
lhal the thlmblu was well known to tbo
The ladies of that ago, upon whoso
tombstones the Iningu of a pair of scis
sors was engraved, must havo been ev
cccdinglv Industrious. This custom
was prevalent mostly in England, aud
to this emblem of womanly diligence
should have been added tbo thlmblo In
order to transmit to posterity Its earliest
shape. However, It is reasonable to
presume that It was tho same as that Of
the bronze cast thimble, which is pre
served In tho Museum of Darmstadt.
This thlmblo was found lit 1818 dur
Ing excavations mado nlong tbo high
way to the Castle of Tauneubcrg. Tills
castle had been destroyed In 1309 by
mason of the depredations of the
Knights of Tannenberg, and, as It was
never H'bullt, It Is evident that tho
thlmblo of those days was not unlike
in form to tho thimble of modern times.
Advlco to Mothers.
Mrs. Wltelow'a Soothing Syrup should
always tie used tor children teething. It
soothes the child, sottens tho gums, allays
all patu, cures, wind colic, aud It la tho best
remedy for diarrhoea. 25c, a bottle.
A flood Tone Appnrent nnd
Thero was n good tono npparcntJn
tho market for Jocal stocks yesterday,
nnd though tho transactions woro not
large tho prices throughout tho whole
list, with fow exceptions, wero well
Columbia Bank slock showed Increas
ing strength and twenty-eight shares
wero taken at tho best price marked
slnco tho reinstatement of Mr. Warner
to tho presidency. Previous to
his re-election fifteen shares
of tho stock sold for 1781. Tho salo of
yesterday, which was at 182, shows a
recovery of 3 per cent, within a wcok.
There are indications that this stock
may attain higher prices within the
For Lincoln National Bank thcro was
good bidding, but ns thcro was uo
stock apparently for Bale tho price,
00 offered, was but nominal. Privately,
this stock has sold for very much hlghor
figures, nnd but few persons acquainted
with tho solid prosperity which this
new banking enterprise has attained,
will offer tho stock for less than 80,
with a paid-in value of but $G0.
A much firmer feeling prevailed yes
terday in' Grnphophono stock. The
first sale recorded was of 100 shares at
101. An offering of 50 shares at 13
was quickly accepted. The next CO,
which were put forwnrd with the ex
pectation that It would hold the market
at 182, were as promptly taken. Tho
final offering, which was of 40 sharos,
went nlso nt 13, after which but 50
shores were offered, nl 14.
For moro than a mouth a persistent
effort has been mado to raid grapho
phone stock, nnd it is believed that
hundreds of shares havo been borrowed
and put on the market In tho attempt
to register low quotations, appar
ently with tho expectation that
long stock would be forced on
tho mnrkct. For a few hours about ten
days ago tho stock stood below 131, but
in a brief period rallied to 15, when It
was acaln attacked nnd artificially re
ducd to 131.
Iteports recently brought from the
factory; a.t Bridgeport by," two inde
pendent visual's, who went to sec for
themselves how matters wero pro
gressing, nre anything but reassuring
for those who have gone short of tho
stock so recklessly.
One of tho visitors, a practical engi
neer, says: "The works arc tho most
complete of th,c kind I havo over seen.
Everything about the factory Is ar
ranged so as to produce tno Instruments
with iho least possible cost, and
I am not surprised that high
priced mechanics have been dis
charged as was alleged as an argument
for depressing the stock, for, as tho
machinery and tools aro arranged,
but little skill or experience Is
needed to perform the work. Tho
superintendent, a Mr. Ilussol of
Washington, I found to bo a man pos
sessing high qualifications for tho posi
tion he is filling. There is nn average
of twenty machines shipped dally.
They go Immediately to tho sub
companies, nnd not to Mr. Llppencott's
New York office, thus showing that the
actual demand Is equal to this number."
This output, Including a profit of 25 per
cent, on the cost of production In addi
tion to the $20 royaltynets the Graph
ophono Company $500 per diem, besides
a heavy revenue from the wax cyl
inders. ' ' i
The Clin c Acalnst FrnIor.
The Commissioners havo received tho
findings of tho trial board of the charges
ognIn3t Officer John Frazler of the First
Precinct, who was tried upon two
charges of Intoxication and nssoclatlug
with disreputable women. The trial
board found him guilty of both charges.
It is understood that his dismissal has
been recommended. Tho Commis
sioners will act upon the case either to
day or to-morrow.
"And liKnoti) the multitudes, with one
accord," pralso Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
Salvation Oil is guaranteed to he better
than all other liniments. It never (alls. 35
Georgetown Cattlo Markets.
Cattle all soldi Best, -1 to 43; good,
4 to 4; medium, 31 to 3i; common, 2 to
S. Sheep, 4 to C; lambs, 5 to 7; lambs,
spring, 7 to 9. Calves, 3 to 5. Cows and
calves, $25 to $15.
From the Xew l'orl U'erW,
Tamagno, the Salvlni of soug, is a
great Otello, but he offends the highest
laste In his "make-up." Othello was n
mcdlnjval Moor. lie was not, accord
ing to comparative reasoning, n Zulu in
appearance. Shakespeare makes Othollo
say: "Haply, for I am black nnd have
not those soft parts of conversation that
chambcrers have;" This docs not meAn
that ho looked like au exaggerated
stovepipe nny more than It does that ho
was dumb. Tho fact Is that the Moors
are and always havo been rather deli
cate in feature, nnd in complexion not
oxtremely dark. SIgnor Tamagno's
Otello, grand from a vocal and histri
onic standpoint, could be improved, by
more conservatism In the use of burnt
The Old Man Gets Funny,
from the Tare Havte Express.
Mr, Jason I saw something to-day
that would make a man's hair stand on
Mrs. Jason Gracious! What was It?
Mr. Jason A bottle of mucilage.
Nervous, Bilious or Congestive Forms.
L. It. BROWN, M. D
S3 West Jersoyst.,
Elizabeth, N.J.,. Junu 2j,'l,ssl.
This Is to cettity that I ha c u-od (or soiao
months with maeh satisfaction, tho combina
tion or roniedloa, lor lleadacho, known as
BrlgRS' Ileadaohe Troehes. Tho romody
cures more headaohes, espoolally such asat
feet Nervous Women, than anything I am
acquainted with, and It this oortlflcato will
bo tbo means of bnnRlnxlt to the favorable
attention 'of sufferers from that trouble, I
(ball feel that I have done them a service,
h. It. 1IROWN.
PRICE, 25 CENTS.
Sold by all Druggists or sent by Mall on Re
ceipt of I'nca.
BRIGGS' MEDICINE CO.,
Sl.IZAUETn. N. J.
couNruv ItiCAr, usrAX-n,
Iroil HALE-AUOUTM- ACRKH ON3l) ST
? n o oxtendort, on the line ot tbo EoUIng
tun and tiolulcnt' Home Halt way, beln.ua part
ot tbe estato of the lato Chief Justice t'hjuo.
nowcallod"15dpowood;" a Rood opportunity
for Investors. For ivtrtlontari, nrloe, ot .
inquheof CHAVIN UHOWN, 31 1 st n w,
IS not only a distressing complaint, of
Itself, but, by causing the blood to
become- depraved in l tho system en
feebled, Is tho parcn of inutimcrahlo
maladies. That Ayci'i Snrsnpnrllla
Is tho best euro for Im"gcstlon, even
when complicated with Liver Complaint,
is proved by tho following testimony
from Mrs. Joseph Lake, of Urockwoy
"Liver complaint nnd Indigestion
mndo my II (o n burden and camo near
ending my existence. For moro than
(our years I suffered untold agony, was
reduced almost to a skeleton, nnd hardly
had strength to drag myself about. All
kinds of food distressed mo, and only
tho most dcllcnto could bo digested at
nil. Within tho tlmo mentioned several
physicians treated mo without giving ro
licl. Nothing that I took seemed to do
any permanent Rood until I commenced
tho uso ot Aycr's Sarsnpnrllla, which
has produced wonderful results. Soon
after commencing to tako the Barsapa
rilla I could sco an Improvement in my
condition. My appetite began to return
nnd with It camo tho ability to digest
nil tho food taken, my strongth Im
proved each day, and after ft few
months ot faithful attention to your
directions. I found myself a well
woman, nblo to attend to all household
duties. Tho mcdtulno has given mo ft
newlcaao of life."
Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mass.
rne$l fix bottle, J5. Worth J5 a bottle.
THE TRAVELER'S GUIDE.
Arrival ot Itnllroad Trulus In Wash
ington, Arrivals at II. and 1. Station.
From Boston 10: a. m. dolly.
From New York and rhlladclphlo-4:10, 8.00,
10.4f a. m 1.4S, S.15. 3.10. 8.40 (limited) 0.85,
ana iu.jo p. m. uiniy. i.iv, o.io, aau b.w
p. m. dally except Sunday.
From Baltimore 1.10, 6.30, 8.00, 8.45, 10.15
a. m SU5, 8.85, 3.10, 5.55,0 50, 8.30. 8.40, 9.85,
nnd 10.35 p. m. dally. At 8 3S.-9.M, 11.40 a.
m1.42, 3.50, '0.40; 8.15, p. m. daily except
From Annapolis 8.00, 9,55 a. m., 1.43, 5.55, 8.30
p.m. On Sundays, 5.55 p. m.
rrom Niagara tans, iiunaio, jsinura ana unr-
rlsbure Dally 8.45 a. m. and 5.55 p, a. dally
From Popo's Creek Line 8. 35 a m and 5.5
p m, dally, except Sunday.
From Richmond and tho South 11.84 a m
10.50 and 11. 00 pm dally, 6.30,pm, dally, ex
From Chicago and nttsburp 6.30. 8.45 am,
8.85,5.55,8.15pm. All dally
From St. Louis 6.30 a m nnd 8.25 p m, dally.
From AIexandrla-0.53, 8.30, 9.30, 10.45, 11.81,
am, 8.B0, 5.30, 0.30. 7.10, 7.25, 9.40, 10-40,
10.50,11.00 p m dally. AtO.85. 7.83. 8.80,
10.83, 10.35 a m, 1.40, 3.00, 3.80, 10.40, 11.85 p
m. dally, except Sunday. On Sunday only
at 2.80 pm.
From Cincinnati, Louisville- and St. Louis,
via Cheapcako and Ohio route 8 30 a. m.
dally ; from Cincinnati and St. Louis t"F.
F. V, Special") at 8.60 p. m. daily.
Local train on C. and O. from Virginia
Sprincs 7.13 p. m. except Sunday.
From OldFoInt Comfort, Newport News and
Norfolk 3.35 and 10.50 p.m. dally.
From Now Orleans, Montcomcry, BlnnlnR-
bam, Atlanta, Ralelch, Lynchburg 0.53 a.
m. and 7. 10 p. m. dally.
From Jlemphls, New Orleans. Montgomery,
Nashville, Bristol and Lynchburg 10.45 a.
m . and 10.40 p. m. dally.
From Charlottesville and Way 2.53 p. m.
Trom Manasas, Strasburc and Way 10.23 a.
ro. and 10.45 p. m. dally except Snnday.
From Leesbure, Round Hill and Points on W.
O.K. II 8.30 a. m. dally, 3 p.m. dally,
Arrivals nt It. nnd U. Station.
From New XorR 8.40 a. m 2.40. 8.00,9.20,
11.20 p. m. dally, 5 p. m. dally, oxcept
From PhiIadelphla-8.40. 11.13a. m., 2.40, 8,00,
9.80,11.80 p. m. dally; 5.00 p.m. dally ex
From Baltlmorc-8.05. 8.40, 9.55, 10.20, 11.05 a.
m., 12.45, 2.40.3.00, 5.20,. 6-30, 7.45,8.00,8.30,
9.80, 11.10, 11.20, 12.15, dally, 0,30, 7.30, 8.30,
8.50, a. m., 1.10, 4.30, 5.00, 7.05, p. m. dally
except Sunday. On Sunday oulyat 2 20
From Chicago nnd Columbus 11.45 a. m and
4.05 p.m. daily.
From Cincinnati, St. Lonls and Louisville
8.50 a. m. and 8 p. m. daily.
From PIttsburp and Cloveland 7.10 a. m and
C.50 p. m. dally.
From Deer Park nnd Oakland 3.50, 11.45 a.
m. and 4.05 p. m. daily.
From LexiURton, Winchester and Virginia
Valley 9.30a. m. aud 3 p. m. dally, except
From Frederick 8.25 a. m. dally, 1.50, 3, 0.50,
7.80 p. m. daily, except Sunday.
From Hagerstown 8.25 a. m. dally, 9.30 a. m.
and 1.50 nnd G.50 p. m. dally, except Sun
day. From Wasldngton .Junction iand Way 3.45,
7.10, 8.25, 11 .45 a.' m 1.50, 3, 4.05. 6.50 p. m.
daily; 9.30 a. in. and 7.30 p. m. dally, except
From Boyd's and Way 8.25, 930 a.m., 3,
C.50 p. m. dally; 8.80 a. m. and 7.30 p. m.
daily, except Sunday.
From GaitborsburB and Way 7.10, 8.23 a. m.,
3, 0.50, 10.25 p.m. daily; 7.20, 8.20. 9.30, 11.80
a. m.,4, 7.30 p.m. dally, oxcept Sunday. On
Sunday only, 10.25 a. m. and 8 n. m.
From Annapolis 10.20 a. m. daily; 850 a. m.
nnd 1.50, 5.80, 7.45 p. m. dally, except Sun
day. On Sunday only at 0.30 p.m.
AdvertUanmtt under thU Aid, four lints or
it 5 cent for one insertion; 0 unit far thne
WANTED BY A GOOD COLORED LAUN
dross, vraslilus and Ironing to do at
home; references given. Apply 1819 N U av.
TANTED-A WHITK GIRL FOR GKN
V eral housework In a small family,
man, wife and boy 8 years old; German pre
ferred; to tho right party a pleasant homo
and good wages assured. Apply at No. 1003
AN ABLE ADVERTISING, INSURANCE,
Sato, LIghtnlng-rod-or Book Agent, or
Reporter, of groat savolrifalre, for literary
work. Large salary. Write London & Hart
ford Pub. Co.. N. Y.
WANTED - A PLAINLY-FORNISIIED
room In the northeast part of oily
where there will bo no objootlon to tout
housekeeping. Address D. P. II., this oQlco.
Advertltaiuntt vndtr Mi luaj, four lines or
ku, 25 cents for one Insertion; 50 cents for three.
1JH)RSALK- 87,500 BATOPILA8 18T MORT-
gage Bonds aro offered for sale by
K. 11 COTTRELL,
No. Ilia N. Y. avo.
EOR SAI.E-110RSB AND LANDAU-A
styllith Gray llorso, over 10 hands high;
tine hartleys aud not muoh used; Landau
mado by Joyce; are offered at reasonable
rates on account of owner loaving tho city.
E. B. COTTRELL, 1U8 N Y. avo.
TTOR SALE-S75-SPECIAL STAR. 61-INCn,
Jl silent rachet, I nickel, absolutely per
feet condition. Address or apply 223 A st s e.
fllONKY TO LOAN.
Q C. HILL, REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.
KJ. uargains man pans oi moony,
and Fire Insurance Corner 8th and
n w. Lo Droit Building.
RfONEYTOLOANONREAL ESTATE OR
Jjl. flret-elass securities at lowest rates of
Interest. No dolay where sccut Ity Is pood.
O. C. GREEN,
803 7th st. n. w.
RTONKYTO LOAN ON GOOD SECURITY.
ill TITLE CO., 470 La avo.
IN ALL SUMS,
TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY,
AT 5 AND 6 PER CENT.
M. St. PARKER,
1118 F St.
INSTALLMENT LOANS WB ARE Au
thorized by the Unltod Security Life In
surance uud Trust Company of Philadelphia
to advance monoy on improved property In
Washington np to 75 per cent, of actual mar
ket value, with or without life Insurance.
Loans payable In monthly or quarterly In
atallmenfs, running 5, 10, 13 or 20 years. In
many Instances tho paymonts are loss than
tho rental of a houso. F. 11. SMITH & SON,
1823 Fstn w.
ONKY TO LOAN
in sums to sun
On Approved Real Estate Security.
lH. U. WARNER 4 CO..
018 V t.n. w
MRS. lllNES-'-TUE ELSMERE"-1408 II
stn wt now plumbing, now furniture;
20 additional roomi; personal attention to tbo
table; location oontial, near tbo Arlington
and Wormley's. fw 90
KS?Ori'ICK OF Till! COMMtSSldNBRH,
ss' Mstrlot of Columbia, Wasblngtou,
April 14, 1HW)-To whom It mny concern: Tho
commissioners of the District of Columbia
havo receded from Ooncrojs tho following
bill with rcnuctt for their vlows as to tho
propriety of enacting It Beloro reporting
on this bill tho Uommifslonois desire to know
what objections, If any, oxlst to said pro
pofrd li'g'slHtlon.nnd for that pnrposovflll
hold nsiclnlsusslonnt2 o'clock WEDNES
DAY. 1I1K 10TH INST, to giro hearing to
parlies Interested! A bill (No. R833) to amend
tho aot Incorporating tho Capitol, North O
Street nna South Washington Hallway Com
pany, conimom Ing at the Intersection of 3
ct north, with 11th st. west, and Intersecting
nt that point thoprcf ont line of said company;
thenco westwardly along 8 st. and 8 st. north
extended to 24th st. west; thenco north
wardly nlong S4th st. west to Prcsoott Plane;
Ihenco around t Irclo at present unnamed to
Belmont Roadithoneo castwnrdly along Bel
mout IN nd to Woodly Road, and from tho In
tersection of T st. north and 11th st. wct and
Intt-rsuclliigat that point tlin provmtllnoof
that eompiny; wostwnrdly along P st. north
to Botindnry; thenco southwestwardly along
Boundary to S st north, nnd to constrnot
nnd lay down a slnglo track railway along 8
st. north from 111 Ii st. west to Boundary,
nlong Botindnry from Sst. north toTst.
north, nnd along T st. north from Boundary
tn nth st. west, nnd tn construct nnd lav
down a double-track railway nlong 8 st. north
extended from tho Boundary to 24th st. west,
nnd along 21th st. west from Sst. north ox
tended to I'rescott Plcoi.nnd around tho
clrclo at Prcscott Plnco to Bolmont Road and
nlong Bolmont Road to Woodly Rond,
ICE ICE. ICE.
Troposo to furnish their patrons the coming
season with tho
BEST QUALITY OF KENNEBEC ICE,
ns usual, nt rates as low. If not lower, than
any other city
SOUTH OF BOSTON.
All Information as to prices and contracts
will bo chcetfiilly furnished at the ofllco of
tho company, 12th st. anil Pa. avo. n. w.
YELLOW WAOONS MARKED
INDEPENDENT ICE CO.
KS&f" Til E REGULAR QUARTERLY MEET
ay Ing of tho Roohdnlo Co-oporatlvo So
ciety of tho District ofColnm'bla will bo hold
In Grand Army Hall, 1412 Pa. avo. n. w. (Post
Room No. 2), on TUESDAY, 15TH INST., at 8
o'clock p.m. Members requested tonttond.
Show Trado Card at door.
A.T. LONOLEY, Presldon t.
J". W. 1IARSIIA, Secretary. apl2.3t
BrSSfTnE WASHINGTON LOAN AND
" TRUST COMPANY. '
CAPITAL 51,000,000. TEMPORARY OFFICES.
K01 r st n w, previous to tho erection of
the company's building, corner 9th and F
fits 71 W
MONEY LOANED ON COLLATERAL AND
ON REAL ESTATE. Well secured loanl,
guaranteed by tho company, forsnto. In
terest paid. Call on or correspond with us
W. B. ROBISON, Sco. B. II. WARNER, Pros.
Charles B. Bailey, Gcorgo F. Sohafer,
James L. Barbour, Thomas SomervIIlo,
Gcorgo E. Bartol, John A. Swopo.
Richard W. Clay, J. S. Swprmstcdt,
Horace S. Cummlngs, Hatterstey V. Tnlbott
J. J. Darlington, George Trucsdell,
John Joy Edson, II. n. Warner,
Charles J. Faulkner, A.A.Wilson,
Albert F. Fox, L. I). Wine,.
O. C. Green, S. W. Woodward,
William B. Gurlcy, Chas. BenJ. Wilkinson,
John B. Larner, A. S. Worthington.
SBf-LADIESI LADIES LADIES!
x' Mrs. McCaffcrty Is tho only hat and
bonnet-frame manufacturer In the city. Call
and see her new shapes. Bleaching and
pressing. Straw and felt hats altered to the
latest styles. Orders promptly attended to.
1003 G street n.w.
1410 Ponna. avo., opposite Wlllard'a lintel.
Thousands from far and near visit Dr. White
for relief from and avoidance of corns, bun
ions, diseased nails and all other foot
troubles. Hours. 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.; Sun
days. 9 to 12. Established 1861. Fee, tl.
rSSF-WnY NOT nAVEYOUR SIUIITS
BX7 mnde by one of tho most celebrated
cutters In America? Prices samo as thoso
third-rate cutters charge. P. T. HALL, 003 F
Advertisements under this Read, four lines or
less, 85 cents for one Insertions: 50 cents for three.
N owse'timeT we' will pay
"big money" for gents' first-class soo-ond-hand
clothing. Address or call at
JUSTH'R OLD STAND, 619 D St. n. W.
rOK BAI.E .HOUSES.
Advertisements under this head, four lines or
less, 25 cents for one insertion; 50 cents for three.
"h'sALE-a" BAHGAIrT'lF SOLD AT
once; 2-story and basement brick house;
7 rooms and bath; all mod Imps; situated nt
No. 436 1 et n w; price 34.300; terms oue-thlrd
cash, bnlnnco 1. 2 and 3 years. Apply
to FRANCIS HUFTY, 1301 F st n w. fe27-90
FH SALEIN ALEXANDRIA. 0ROOM
frame house, just finishing; nydrantln
yard; lot 16x115; snng home; price, $S00. Ap
ply to ROBERT J. THOMAS, Room No. 2, 013
TTIOR SALE-FRAME HOUSE 900 IN 25
JC foot alley, bet 9th and 10th and G and II
sts s w; 7 rooms; hall on both floors; olosots
fronting the Potomac; 15 per cent Invest
ment; lot 341 foet front by 6?i doep, 49 feet
from 0th st. Apply within.
IOR SALE-TnREE OF THE CHEAPEST
? houses In Washington, 10G, 103 aud 110
11th st n o; two-story and basement, brown
stone trimmings; 7 moms and bath; electric
bells and gas; prlco, S3.500 each, f 500 cash
balance to suit or trade for good lots.
FOR KENT HOUSES.
Advertisements under this head, four lines or
less, 25 cents for one Insertion; 50 tents for three.
1701RIavonw.l7rs ,...$200 00
1413 Mans ave, 17 rs and stable . . , 200 00
1411Kstnw, 18rs 800 00
1022 Vt avo n w. 16 rs 200 00
ion Conn avo, 15 rs 173 00
14th st ox., 15 rs 150 00
1223Mstnw. 15 rs 150 00
lWOlCthBtu w.llra 123 00
1308 H st nw, 12 rs 113 00
17370stn w. 11 rs 100 00
1400 Chapln st n w, 13 rs 100 03
1742 Pstn w,12 rs 100 00
71.14 21sl nw. 14 rs 100 00
2 Lafayette Square, 15 rs
5C2E stnw.llrs 75 oo
1402 Chapln stnw, 12 rs 75 00
1513 o st n w. 11 rs 63 oo
012 N Y ave, 10 rs 05 00
915 N Yave, 14 rs CO 00
1101 N Have, 10 rs CO 00
UC2 Stoughton st, 9 is 55 00
1401Stoughtonst,9rs 55 oo
14C6 Stoughton st, 9 rs 55 00
1750 P stnw, 10 rs 5500
Pst, near21st,7rs 50 00
1S01 21st stn w.8 rs 50 00
isoiHstn w.Ors 45 oo
1619 Corcoran stn w, 9rs , 40 oo
2032 G stn w.10 rs 40 00
1538 Pierce Place, 9 rs 35 00
11109 7th stn -iv, strand dwg., 35 00
117 n stnw. 8rs 35 00
8000 Q stnw. 2 rs 33 33
54 C stn w. 10 rs 30 00
8304 11thBtnw.6rs 30 00
1028 III avo, 12 rs
915Estsw.0rs 23 50
917EstsW.Crs 23 50
80th and M st n w (Feb.), 5 rs 80 10
1354 4 st a w. 0 rs 1800
Tbe nbovo bousos can be examined by per
mit from our ofllco only.
THOMAS J. FISHER &. CO.,
IfOR RENT-TWO BRAND NEW SIX
' room frame houses, high and dry loca
tion; near churches and pnbllo school In
Unlontown. Inquire of A.BEIIREND,43SU
rem kent miosis.
Advertisements vnder this head, fourllnesor
less, 25 cents for one Insertion: 50 cents for three.
HANDSOME FURNISHED ROOM8, EN
suite or single, at tho Buckingham, OvM
15th st n w, overlooking Mol'herson Square.
T?OR RENT-TWO FURNISHED
4. suitable for gentlemen,
LOST ANU POUND.
T OST-APRII.lClRIsil SPANIEL. ABOIir
l.J 2 feet high, brown, curly hair, long card,
uulto fat; answers to naino of Chlet. Reward
(5) If returned to 17(7 II st n w. npll,5t
luX .$? $
HIS 1'Ntreef. Slcinher oMVusliInictiHi
Ntot'U lUrliuiiKe. AU locul nIiicIin
uiul NeeurltieN bought uud hoIiI.
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS,
B. BUNDY, COM'R OF DEEDS FOR ALL
States and Territories, 458 La. ave., opp.
8-story and basement 10-room brick
house; all modern Improvements; situate
Second street, between U and'D so.
470 l'rlco, $0,000.
3-story framobousc,wlthlarE.olot; sltuato
on Sixth street, between 1) and C so.
S77 Price, $3,000.
IMton' brick house, containing 0 rooms
and bath; slzo of lot, 18x75; situate on O
408 l'rlcc, $0,000.
3-story and back untitling brick dwelling,
containing 10 rooms; nil modern Improve
ments; sltuato on corner of Ninth and O
482 Price, $8,000.
2-story brick house, 0 rooms and bath;
slttinte on 1, street, between North Capitol
nnd First streets nw.
403 l'rlcc, $2,510.
3-6tory brick house, containing 12 rooms;
all modern Improvements; situate No. 021
K street nw,
428 Prlco, $10,r,00.
3-story brick houso, 10 rooms; slzo of lot,
2.-1x125; sltuato No. 1422 N st; nw.
231 rrlco, $10,000.
2-storv and basement: brick house, 7
rooruB and bath; situate on New Ilampshlro
avenue, bet. L and JI sts. nw.
409 . Price, $0,500.
2-story 0-room brick houso; sltuato on
Cleveland ave., bet. 12th aud 13th, V and
403 1'rlce, $1,000.
3-story 0-room bilck house, on Wallaeh
481 Price, $1,300.
2-story (i-room brick houso; sltuato on
412 l'rlcc, $5,100.
3-story brick houso, containing 11 rooms
and bath; and all modern Improvements;
situate No. 1220 O st, n. w
450 Price, $15,000.
Improved property on tho north sldo of
G st., wldo front.
444 Price, $35,000.
A large stable property In a desirable lo
cation; now tinder leaso to good tenant,
paying 0 per cont.
817" Price, $28,000.
494 Framo dwelling, Grant ave., Mount
Pleasant. Price, $7,000.
I 490 Four alley houses, containing 4
rooms; each rent for $15 per month. Price,
4S0 8-room frame house, lot 20x75, on L
bt. so. Price, $2,000.
497 2-story and cellar brick house, 9
rooms and bath; situate on Columbia
Heights. Pi Ice, $10,000.
Houses In Alexandria, Vti,
3-story brick dwelling, 13 rooms, with
office an.ex and large sldo lots; situate on
cor. l)u) i and St. Asaph sts.; lot 78x89.
3-stry and back building dwelling, con
tainer . 12 rooms and bath; lot 70x90; sit
uate Ko. 014 Prince st.
402 Price, $0,500.
3-story and back building brick house,
containing 13 rooms; situate on southeast
cor. 1'rlnco and Patrick sts.
452 Price, $3,500.
4-story brick dwelling houso, built In tbo
most substantial manner, containing 20
rooms; size of lot 52x112.
891 Price, $6,500.
2-story and back building brick house,
containing 8 looms, situate on Columbus
St., near Prince.
453 Price, $2,400.
498 3-story brick dwelling nouse, con
taining 10 rooms and all modern Improve
ments; large side yard; sltuato on cor.
Washington and Cameron sts., opposite
Old Christ Church, Alexandria, Va. This
Is the best situation In Alexandria. Price,
$8,000. Terms One-third cash, balance
one and two years.
Houses at Falls Chnrch, V.
A new cottage, sltuato only 5 minutes'
walk from Falls Church station. W. A O.
R. 11., Va., containing 6 rooms, bath, pan
try, and trunk room; size of lot, 110x150
feet. Price, $3,100. Terms oasy.
ALSO A new cottage, situate only 5
minutes' walk from Falls Church station,
W. k O. R. 11., Va., containing, parlor,
dining-room, kitchen, 4 bed-rooms, bath,
sen-ants' room and attic. Price, $3,500.
Yutaut Oroitutl NorthcuHt uiul South-
All ot square 1094 25c
" ' 1092 25c
" " Bouth 1092 35o
" " " 1030., bOc
' " 1013 00c
Half of 1111 23c
4 lots " 1086 0c
5 " " 1005 30c
3 " " 1084 3.5c
1 " 1107. 20c
5 " " 1072. 35c
1 " 1027 37Jc
4 " " 1005 4Uc
1 " " 1045 42c
1 " " 10S0 50c
1 " 1038 50c
3 " ' 1020 50c
2 " 1098 25c
11 " " 1057 COc
2 " " 812 80c
10 " " 1039 40c
7" " 1003.-. C2Jc
Building Lots tn all sections of the City.
FRAN C I S HOFHf
Real Estate Broker,
1301'8trc.,'W..htuK(oul D. C
Directory of Lawyers and Law Ymi
505 n treotnortbwe-t
Webster Law Building.
Residence, 1818 II street northww.
EBB i. WEBB,
ATT0HNKY8 AND COUfoSELUlllS.
400 Tilth Streot,
Wasuinutcn. D. '.
William 1). Webb.
Henry Randall Webb,
John Sidney Webb. feM7.ds tl
321 and 323 4 st., CJmuncey Building, ni.ir
Louisiana nvo Washington, D r
Prnetlcos In the Courts of tho District ami t
Prlneu Ocorgo's County, Md. fc27 ilAs if
T EON TODRINEH,
822 rour-titid-n-lralf si rtetn.w.,ntar City Hail,
Washington. I). O. fr!7JK'f
4,2-478 Louisiana Avenue 1
fc27-dAstf - Washington.
Sl PHILLIPS. .1. O, ZACIIKY.
F. D. SfcKENNEY.
PHILLIPS, ZACHRY AilcKENNBY
Attornoys at Law,
, sun Bnlldlng. F st
409 Fifth Street
FOB SALE AND KENT.
"IDEAL ESTATE BULLETIN
THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN,017Frtrfel.
Changes mado Wednesdays and Satunl yt.
8-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR
207G stn w, bh.ml.iors JH.000
lltseth Btn w.bh, 9 rs 8.000
223 Indiana avo n W,bh,9rs...i 7.500
1731 mth Bt n w, b h, 9 rs 7,eoo
1229 Mass avo n w, f h,8rs 7,350
nsiBtnw.bh, urs B.v
E05 Cth st n w, b h, 8 rs 4,r0
2211nnd22I3 7thSt-'nw;bh,6r9 , 4,000
3855E stn W, bh. lOr 3,000
Alloy botwecn 21st and 82d,M and N its
nw, crs 1.500
2-STORY BRICK AND XUAME HOUSES FOIS
1015 E Cap BUbb.Ors S,C0O
1114 nnd 1110 Cth st 8 w, b b, 7 rs, and 1
f hrcar , 6.000
40G nnd 408 11th Btsw.bh, Urs 3,600
239 13J st B w, b 1), 8 rs 5,000
816 to 222 13th Bt and Ky avo, bet SO
avo and 11 sts o...... 4.000
321 to323JDstso, f h, 6rs 3.000
3020th st se.bh.6 rs 3.000
1430 Sampson stnw, 1 h,8rs 3.PTO
615 11th Kt so, bh,8 rs 2,609
111 11 Sampson stn w, f h, 6 s 2, AM
Tor a term of 85 year. a valuable p'ece ot
business property on 1Kb st, near Pa ave n w.
Rent. 150 por month nnd taxes. Lessee to
build on samo.
II st, bet 4th and 5th sts n o; rent per annum,
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR 8ALE.
S wcorSdnnd Lstsn o 51
II and C. 80th and 2lst sta n w 4
Mount Pleasant 41
5th sr. bet Va avo and Get Be 3.1
Cor 13th n nd Emporia sts, Brookland til
HOUSES FOR RENT.
Tno "Maltby." N. J. avo and B stn w..
20271 sin w,22rs 5 1C0 00
7156thtuw. 13 rs ICO 0.1
S(J52Pstn'W, 13 rs N)M
50 C st n w, 12 rs 65 OO
901 21st at u w, 12 ra 40 0.1
lllOTst n w,7rs 35 00
329Mlssourl avon w, 12 rs .15 00
1803llthstn-w,7rs.. :u 03
1152 22d stn w. 9rs 30 (VJ
Upper part 1408 Pat n w,7rs 3000
2012EBtnw,9 rs 25 00
C01 T stn O.Grs 16 SO
1302 Itstsw.Ors 15 30
83Hstnc.5rs...., 15 00
1005 Qfctnw, Brs 13 03
C87Csts w, 4rs 1) 00
Rear313 Astac.4 rs 10 50
111 Chow's alley n w, 4 rs 9 oo
420 o it alloy n w, Ors n 8 30
HEAL ESTATE TSU,i"'"-
Salo as U. H beads; 5 per cent,, payw
quarterly; in sums ot si.wu.
In sums to snlt at 0 per cent.
Tbo alavo la only a portion of tho property
on my books. For fall list call at office for
bulletin, iBsned on the 1st and 15tb.
FOB SALE LOTS,
on Tonnallytown Road and Woodley
Lane, opposite Oak View. Electrio railway
tracks now laid to theso lots, which bavo
sidewalks in front and gas mains. Prices
lowor than asked for other lots In Immediate
vicinity. Small cash payments. Monthly or
yearly time given at 5 por cent. Interest.
BEALL. BROWN & CO., 1321 F St.
WHY PAY RENT?
Payments of $15 to $30 monthly will buy
you a cozy suburban homo tn any locality
you desire or Btylo yon fancy. We will buy
for or i-ell you a house of any value on pro
Wo ate not a Building Loan. AttdcJatlon,
but a Mutual Mortgage Company, with over
2,ooo members, having tbe plan?, way and
means to carry out above offer.
Granite Slate Providenl Association
1UO AX1 171 HHOADWA Y,
W. S. ODELL & CO.,
Rooma 32-31 Atluntlo Building,
030 F street n. w.
IS LOCATED AT
No. 1223 F Street,
Wbero You Will Always Find
Fresh Pure and Delicious Candies
J. T. ASHFORD
Can bo found at 116 10th st- n. w Spei'n't i
In Furniture; Mattieo and Spru-g Beds
made to order. Furniture and Plctmes no
cur.-'v packed and shipped
Hood Wire Matin. J.
4i Pound hail itu.Ure- -8 -'
J. T. HSHFORD,
IK TENTU OT. N. W. -. M&