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TnE CRITIC, -WASHINGTON, D. 0., WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 25, 1891.
Iii and About tiie Gity.
LAID TO ItEST.
1 inicrnl Crrcmonlc ofThr LiiloStvimtcl
The funeral of Samuel Nonnait, presi
dent of tlic Central National Hunk, took
( loan from lits lfito rcsIilciKC, O.'S M fclrcct
northwest, thli afternoon nt .1 o'rlock.
Dr. Corey of tho Metropolitan M. 13.
i Lurch jironchcd tlio sermon over tho re
mains of tho dead Ilnancicr to an nttcm
Mii(;o of representative buslncsM men atul
) romlncnt citizens that tilled the long
ilrnwini-rooni where tho body lay. Tho
honorary jallbenrcri were J. I., Harbour,
II. Drowning, W. J. J. Wibb, V. 13. Clark,
lien, Charlton, l.cl Woodbury, W. K.
Mciidenhnll, 0. T. Thompson, ami Albert
(llenson, all directors of the Central Nn
'Iho nctlvo pallbearers wore. John II
7-nrncr, 8. W. Tullock, (1. 1). Kldrldgo, 0
H. 'J nylor, .tames V. Jlood, A. W. Hen
thaw, l'red Mlcsklng and Henry Shcelo
Tliollnrul tributes vv ero numerous and
bruuliftil. Tho directors and employes
of tho hanks sent handsome designs. In
terment was In Iho family lot at Hock
Creek Cemetery, w hero sometime before
Ins death Sir. Nor;
. Normcnl ercclcil a maiilvc
Tlic IjIrIi esteem In which this popular
business man and distinguished citizen
was held by this community Is shown by
the action of the bankers of this city at a
special inciting hold yesterday, tho pro
feedings of which aro published In
The resolutions adopted voice the recog
nition of thcldcccased's sterling Integrity.
Ids broad, catholic business enterprise and
(spirit and a character unblemished anil
tlic deep loss suffered by tho city and com
munity from his untimely death.
Wirfilnctou can 111 afford the loss ol
Mich a cltlcn and tho spirit of progress
now so dominant will miss his sustain
ing and inspiring hand.
J lie deep sympathy of tho community
jjolng out to the bereaved family Is evi
dence of tho deep loss that all feel.
THE NEW CABLE LINE.
I'rfslilcnt Hurt Sun WoiIcWMI Slim lly
At a word from tho Commissioners of
the District COO men will go to work and
i;round will bo broken In laying the cable
Mrcct-car lino on rcunsyhanla avenue
and Fourteenth street.
1'rcsidcnt Hurt of the Washington and
(eorgetown Company is ready to begin,
hut he can do nothing w ithotit the consent
of tho Commissioners, under whose su
cnlslon the work has to bodolic. Tho
company hasalrcady on hand an Immense
Mock of material, which they liavo been
buying for weeks past, and they arc anx
ious, now that spring Is bore, to com
mence operations on a large scale.
Hut the Commissioners say nothing
about it. They arc supposed to be framing
ntet of rules by which the company will
liactobe governed In tho work, but, ,in
the opinion of the company, they area
long time about it. In the meantime,
howctr, tho managers aro hard at work
on the power-house at Fourteenth and the
Avenue. Tliey liavo commenced on tho
foundations and the walls ot tho mag
nlticent structure will soon bo going up.
1'itsident Hurt says that work will
first be Murtcd on the unimproved por
tion of the rcmrtccnlh-strcct road. Tho
lino will bo extended from tho incscnf
t i minus to Mount ricasanJiiuuras this
) firt of the thoroughfare -.vns included In
I he street estimates of tho present year,
It was thought best to put in the c.iblo
tl.cro before tho street was paved so that
it would not have to be again torn up.
"Wc want to get to work at once," said
1'rcsidcnt Hurt to a Cnmo reporter this
morning, "and aro only waiting for a
word to go at it. When we docommenco
wo intend to rush things, and it is our
intention to get through tho major por
tion of tho work on tho road before cold
wcalher gets here again and Interferes.
Wo think wo can do it."
"Haveyou sold the property on which
tho stables aro " questioned tho reporter.
"Wo have not," said Mr. Hurt, "and
more than that, have not received an of
fer for it. 1 don't know how theso rumors
j-el about town. We would sell If a good
offer was made, however, as tho property
is now entirely too valuable to use as a
storehouse for cars, and another site
would do Quito as w ell. I know nothing
about tho report yon mention that an
electric light company has made a bid for
tho property owned by the company at
tho loot of tho Capitol. Wo w ill have to
own three storehouses for cars when the
lino is completed. Ono at Mount I'leas
nnt, another at tho Navy-Yard end of the
line and another hero in Georgctow n. Ho
yon see we will not need those, stables.
"I could not tell you," ho continued,
"when and exactly where work will be
commenced for tho very good reason that
1 do not know, but you may bo sure that
it will bo at n icry early day. When it is
completed there will bo In tho city of
Washington lust twenty-two miles of
table road and the sen ice hero will not
bo surpassed by that of any other city in
Dissatisfaction In Their llanka lleonuse
uf tlie Johnston Funeral,
At a meeting of the Maryland Confed
irate Society In Baltimore last evening
the following resolution was adopted:
"That a committeo of fHo be appointed
by the president torpronaro and presont to
a future meeting of this society suitable
resolutions to express tho feelinijs of
affection und respect which this society
feels for the memory of General Joseph
K. Johnston, and that the said committee
Have power, if in their judgment they
consider it proper, to arrango lor n public
demonstration which will testify the feel
ings of this whole community to him."
(cncrnl Ilradlcy T. Johnson appointed
Iho following as the committee: Colonel
Charles Marshall, Joseph I'acKard, jr..
I". Htduelv (Innilevln. bkinwith Wilmer.
Major W. btuart Sj mlngton.
These resolutions ejiivo soveral of tho
members an opportunity of expressing
Iho feeling In the society at not being
nllowcd to participate in the funeral of
fcergeant J. William Thomas wurmlv
triticiscd the action of thoso who had
declined the offer of the society, and
thought the ox-Confederates should have
Mr. Joseph Packard, jr.. said: "1 liavo
neer known a greater feeling of out
raged sensibility than there is existing
mnong us about this cry matter. The
ixiiutnrs of General Johnston had the
ligal right to do as they did. Wo aro in
no wav rispunslblo for It."
Mr. James 11. Wheeler said: "lwus In
fa or of calling thosoclety out and attend
tindliig tho funeral without getting per
mission. A ftir appointing tlm committee
to consult Iho Mcsrs. Mol.ano It was Ini
ji tslblo to do other than as tliey wished."
;n. Hrmllev T. Johnson thought it was
iindlguilled tor thosoclety to still further
discuss the matter, as tho executors of
General Johnson had IhoUv.il right to do
i h they did. "If wo hud gone iiloni; on
cur ow n business, and attended tho funeral
without consulting an) body, then it would
AN AlKFCTINIS INCIDENT,
.IiiIiiiiij'h I'lnj mutes tiring 1 Imti'is Tin
Ills Mullitl's lllui.
A number of htllo boyx, whuse ages
riiugid from filo h ,oars, Mood In front
uf a houm on South Carolina avenue,
litwun Ninth and Tenth streets south
t'si., jiittrday afternoon and tidUol In
, Icrs. 'Ihern was crapoon Hie door
j.lo hnnkc. Tho faces of tlio llttlo lei-rowai-howid
Tin l i nit riportei inked tho liojs who
wax ihod 'ihey rcpllid In chorus
"His Mrs. . and her boy Jolinuv
j Is our plav mute"
One diminutive Youngster then said,
"Las dlt up n 'scrlptlon and buy Johnny's
mi tin r sumo lloweis."
' ".All right," was tho answer, ami tho
.. next moment tho hoys started olT to their
mi risi ectlvo homes lo get their llttlo savings
ifi to purchase tho llowers,
!m Hi lore sundown that llttlo uroili) of
humanity met again mid chipped in their
) riiiiUa nni) went to n llorfsl and pur-
based mi appropriate piece for which
Ihey paid two dollars. A card uecom
t aulcd the flowers and horo this Inscrip
tion. ' Prom Johnny's playmates."
THE JUDGE'S GUEST.
1M)1K KIJII1ALI, WATCHES .IUDCIE
Jl I LUCK'S l'llOCF.EIHNffS TO-DAY.
Getting Points on How to Hun the Ad
ditional I' ol lee Court What a Vllt
to an Onirei'd llono Cost Dots anil
Dnalics Gleaned from tlio Hcrord.
The now l'olicc Judgo, Ivory fl. Kim
ball, tat on the flench beside Judgo Miller
this morning In tho 1'ollco Court and took
his first lesson In dispensing justice. Ho
watched iho cases tried very attentively
and now and then would ask his associate
a question about the law. J mice Kimball
Is a big, portly man, with a How lug beard
and ho has! a habit of leaning over his
desk when listening to the testimony.
Tlio two Judges will go to work at once
and formulate a set of rules for tho use of
the jury court, the first session of which
will be held one week from to-day,
Whit n Villi to Iho Olllrcr Cost.
Mr. David Crouch, who was lined yes
tirday by Judgo Miller for keeping nn
unlicensed bar, was In court again this
morning. Ollleer Cotton charged him
with disorderly conduct, and said that
the defendant liad come to his house, last
night, knocked at his door, and when ho
was roused and camo out Crouch struck
at him. Cotton was tlio ollleer In tlio
llciuor case of jestcrday. Mr. Crouch
said that when his wifo left the court
after tlic trial Cotton had told her that If
hhodldn't go homo ho would "run her
in." He resented this, but said tint ho
did not go to the houo lolmvuniillucitltv
with the ollleer, but to collect a beer hill
of clghty-llvo cent Cotton denied that
he owed the bill, and said that ho was
treated to all the beer lie over drank In
Crouch's place. Judgo Miller Imposed u
line of S5.
Ills Half Shnvru l'uen Got Him On.
Jeff Stewart stepped Into tho dock, put
his hat down on tho Moor and admitted
to Judgo Miller that ho had carried a M
7or. One side of his face, wasshacn and
the other was black with beard.
'Your Honor," he said, "I carried a
razor to Bhnvo wilh; my brother Sent it to
mc; but when I found that it was so dull
i put it in my pocKct ami went out to
Jlut as ill luck would have It, he met a
frit ml and they took a drink together,
and then another, until ho got his brain a
little muddled and became disorderly. Ho
was arrested, and tho razor found In his
pocket. His half-shaven facomado tho
Judge put credence in his story and tho
chorgcof concealed weapons was dis
missed. Tor tho disorderly chargo ho
was lined 15.
l'ri)l(U'l Mllh a Homo.
Hie wore a silly smllo on licr good
natured faco and a widow's cap on her
head. Her naino was Mary Hill and
Ollleer 1'icrson found her sleeping in a
stable on the commons near tho Hound
ary. She had no home.
"I ct her spend a time in tho work
house," said Judgo Miller. "Some cold
blooded person has turned her out now
that she is too old to work. Hclphcrout."
And the old woman tottered back to the
Jin Was Too Ililllgcious to llo nt T.mge.
The light of reason had died out of tho
cj es of Wesley I.cc, and when the Judgo
..asked him whether ho pleail guilty to (ho
charge or tigraney ho smiled and said:
"Hull '"' and looked admiringly at a
girl in Hie crowd.
"We'o had tho bov at the station since
Thursday," said Ollccr 1'iersoii. "and wo
don't know what to do with him. Ho
lounges about the streets and frightens
women, and several times ho has pursued
them, Ho makes a practice of it, and wo
believe ho is a dangerous man."
Dr. 1'rnnk, tho sanitary ollleer, said
that he had had the boy examined by
)rs. McKitn, Leach, and btrickland. Drs.
McKim and Leach both agreed that tho
mauw as dangerous and should not ho
allowed to go at large, but they would
not aerco to givo a certificate.
"Well, I'm not going to let him go. Ho
may do damage at any time, and I don't
proposo to give him a chance. No ono
knows when he may become iolent and
perhaps commit murder. There's but ono
place I can send him, and ho must go to
the workhouse," said tho Judge.
The Amateur In Musical Art.
Tho Georgetown Amateur Orchestra
gao their thirty-ninth public rehearsal
last night at tho Academy of Music before
a large and cultured audience. This or
ganization has been brought to it very
ircditablo degree of excellence, and num
bers among Its members an array of
talent seldom seen in amateur bodies,
many of them showing tho artistic pro
ficiency of tho best professionals. Miss
Dlrdie Lucas' performance on tho violin,
Miss Elizabeth Hamlin's singing and Miss
Anita Cluss' harp solos were admirable lit
artistic skill and taste. Tho orchestra un
der tlio baton of Conductor Josef Kaspar
gave the different numbers of tho pro
gramme with great effect and beauty.
The following aro the officers and mem
bers of this excellent body of amateur
performers who are doing a great work in
ilcntliiK and maintaining a high stan
dard of musical taste and performance
here. The members aro to be sincerely
congratulated upon tho signal success of
last calling's work In the interest of the
Messrs. H. 1). Co.oke, president: 1 it.
Met7crott, Ucc-presldeni: 11. W. btone,
secretary add treasurer: H. D. Cooke, 1
D. Metzerott, Dr. 1 H. Harbarln, J. It.
Hill, C. W. Curtis, K. W. Stone, J. 1).
Patten, V. H. llarharin, K. Seiuolcnyl
and T. II. Glbbs, executive committee.
Joset Kaspar is conductor and Jlrnest
Sirmeleml concert master.
first lolln lJ. Pcmeleni, T. Nord
Ihmir, T. Wcller. J. It. Hill, C. W. Curtis,
I.. V. ou WinipfTen, W. K. Morgan, T.I1.
Ilogers, MNs Hirdlc Lucas, Miss Mattlo
Sax ton, Miss MinnioHelnrichs, Miss Joslo
Appleby, Miss -Maud Sowcll, 8. Minster,
asnar and W. Tlcrbach.
Fecund violin C. II. Kefersteln. II. V.
Vphaui. C. II. Seaton, G. 1). Mitchell. W.
IV J'eabody, J. l'lnckel, It. II. Itourke,
MissM. Wortlilngton, Miss Maud lllgo
low.Mhs Llla Jlordcn, Miss Luclo Morti
mer, Miss Hmlly Coylc, Chris. Arth, jr.,
and W. bantclmami.
Viola W. H. llurr, G. K. l'lnckel, L
Kubil, A. l'ishir, J, A. Jeagle, V, Muel
hauseu and L. Kruger.
Violoncello 1. 'Ihomas Davis, A. V..
Knorr, I.'. Lent, 1. Mlersch and -Mrs. (.'.
Contra bass L. llrandt, W. Donch, N.
Mi In, J. It, Thornton, A, Schmidt and C.
llarii Miss Anita Cluss.
1'Ttito i;. W. K'ono and II. Jaeger.
Piccolo W. A.Halev.
( larlnet J. Ollvcrl, A. W. Coda and 0.
L. Wolfstc luer.
Oboe r, Patzchko and Ter I.lndon,
Itasboon J. Ulko.uid 1". blelii.
Cnriiit Dr. William Long, J. 11. Gibson
ami T. J. Mat N'aime,
Horus-L. 'lillein, H. l'ctrola, J. W.
Diulliy and V. Pelrola.
'Iroinbonc I'. II. llarharin, II. Stono
and 11, Geopi'Ue.
Tuba G. l.learione.
'I j mpniil W. Gliicclicttl
r-iuall ilritm S. Johnson,
HiisMilruin and cjinbals-J. Arth.
Try Ilerkihy. "
AMml tlui "I'ntcii" Has llniii-.
'Iho quarterly report of the Police !)u
lartmiiit has bien given out. 'Iho mil
nintiil loss of goods stolen amounted to
.'.',HU7, ol whlih Jl.fiill w ero recovered by
i llli era nml -',.HJ found to have been
mislaid or lost.
In the Police Court ?ir,00"S were I ni
ne scd and f7,0J I paid out as witness fees
'Ihi prliiilpnl olleneis wore:
Disiiiduly lomliict, 1,'J3I; intoxication,
1 1 1), iissuit and battcrv, Bud, simple as
fault, 2M), vngrttii(v,4Nr). iinray, 10.', as
sault with Intent to kill, JO; petit Ian env,
1MI- grand larceny, 'Js, cruelty tonulm Us,
Tf, loncmlcd weapons, M, assault on mi
ollleer, t, kieping policy Hhop.il: luck
ing a policy shop, fi; writing policy, 1J;
Insanity,:.!!, abortion, .1, murder,!, Lilso
pull use, 111; receiving stolen goods, r,
iorgiiy, It; housebreaking, Sri, embezzle
ment, lr; attempted criminal assault, 2;
fast driving, 'M, and selling lottery
Uuteley is pure.
THE TLAINT OP AN ALKXANDIUAN.
Thellnom InSlrjlit- riniinllillltlrs,l'ros
perls mill l'ossilill Itlcs.
Alexandria Is booming. It Is a boom
pure and simple, substantial and honest
In lis ccry nature. Why? Alexandria
has long been injured by tho close prox
imity of Washington. Her business
interests haxo been paralyzed through
Washington's fast growth and by Alex
nndrlans going there for employment and
to mako purchases.
Tho peoplo arc not lazy; sho can't bo
fat when she's so poor and so many ot
her people do their work and spend oven
ten hours of tho day away from her. Sho
Is not oleep exactly. Tako 1,600 peoplo
out of a tow n of 1 1,000 her best, almost
and on can't help but sco Its effect in
Now that manufacturing sites and
wharf property In Washington is reach
ing a figure beyond reasonable and Just
dimension", when tlio city Is bolllnj; over
ami mo wasto places aro ncany an linen
ii)i, where railroad facilities aro getting
cramped, and llfo too much of a "boird-
ing-liouso" nature for sonic people, i te.
etc., tno peopio iook ocr tuts way.
kinds of neonle.
mo posioiuco ncro can ucreaciicu iroiu
tho Washington City l'ostolllco in tlio
same time tho ptvtoillce In Georgetown
can bo readied. Living hero is cheipcr
and more satisfactory, and when tho now
railroad and new boats aro on this
summer, Alexandria will be as near tho
Departments ns Georgetown almost. Thcro
aro somo dally Washington goers who
work In tho Navy Yard and In George
town. Many, In fact ocr 1,'J00
people go to Washington from hero
oery day, and William M. Hear-
. ..!.. . ..
dnn of '. A. Jtecd ,t Co., A. HI
I'iUer, Colonel 1), A. Windsor, Washing
ton Dancuhowcr, Harry btandiford, J. 1'.
Agncvv it Co , George J). Hopklii", Glenn
Drown, 1'rnnk Hume, U.S. Lncy,Colnncl
L. W. Held, Charles llcndhelm and others
are well known In Washington business
Then1 aro more In subordinate positions
of tho Government ami business houses
of course. Tho Washington merchants,
such as Messrs. I.isner, Lnnsburgh, Wil
liams, Moses, Sinister, Saks, llauni, Hob
Inson, Parker & Co., Klscmau llros ,
AVoodward it Lothrop, Knuic, and scores
of others employing Alexandrians to
draw Alexandria custom. Mr. Milt,
lluchaunu started this for liable llros.
Carter's cash store has been long n resort
for Alexandrians. Somo of these adver
tise in tho Gaxcllc from away back. Thov
send their delivery wagon over several
tlinis a week now and others ship oxnross
paid articles bought by Alexandrians.
Thus Alexandria is and has for somo time
bun but a suburb of Washington and
i v en if she grows to Long Hrldgo and Ar
lington she will doubtless bo thosamecoii
Fervativc old Democratic and Virginia
it is a mlstako to laugh at Alexandria as
Washington docs. N. W. Dun hell, Win.
Morrison, Ilobert llcall, A. Hancock, S.
.1. Heed. II. 0. Clatighton, Dr. Dullock,
Judgo Wcstcl Wllloughby, tho lato Judgo
W"-". and scores and scores of others aro
p ..ero ex-Alexandrians, and they ever
iiikc or iook interest m tncir otu town nun
Alexandria has borne tho brunt of all
Hint has been mean.
Sho w ns cursed because of tho failure of
the conl shipping industry mid tlic grain
shipping, and tho Pocahontas boom, tho
old Alexandrlacanal, thoW. C. V. M. and
G. S. S. It. It., tho "Iron boom," saving
bank bust, etc., etc. John 1'. Agneiv suc
cessfully made charcoal blooms anil when
a Northern syndicate, bought him out and
declared thej 'd moke Alexandrian Pitts
burg, they bought up the Pioneer Mills
property, ship jard and started the
bloonicry ns an experimental blast fur
nace, and then discharged tho men and
only Improved eomo of tho wharf prop
city. The hnvc'nt paidtlicirdtio tax hills
5 The New York Ileiald killed the Poca
hontas, wlili h Baltimore has taken to her
bosom and will profit by. Untold
amounts were spent out of Alexandria's
treosury for tho Loudoun road and Mid
land and old Alexandria canal without a
cent coming back. Though her two
banks that went under paid back dollar
for dollar, ono with all tlio Interest due,
she was cursed. Her people wcro not alono
to blame for her street railway going un
der. Her coal trade went through no
fault of her own. She built good ships
and started right. Sho built tho I'ortncr
Willi her own money and then gave her
to a Yankco skipper to run. He ran her
upon a foreign shore and telegraphed
back she'd gonodown tosco Han McGinty
and the devil, though tho crew which lie
shipped back on another vessel declared
she was hardly scratched on tho bottom,
and it's still believed tho Portlier with her
name changed is still a good craft.
Alexandria Is growing fast. Society
here is good for all but, liko wild cat
concerns and tho negro, 11. Shep. White,
Hie uont get uowu on iicrKiices aim oeg.
She is not a city of boarding-houses;
sho feels herself equal to any; she
responds when called upon, In wur, in
peace, In business, in everything,
She can't do everything; sho don't
claim an thing impossible. Alexandria
is an ideal place in somo rcsiccts none
but her peoplo can appreciate this, though,
bhe docs moro ami has more than she
gets credit for.
Washington should be more consistent,
more liberal, and such papers like tho
Washington Mar make fools or them
selves by asserting thoy started tho new
boom. The people started it thcreforo
its foundation Is llrm. Tlilsmuer would
have Alexandrians go a mile from tho
train to PnnsylaniAcnuc,apparoutly
for tho fake of puro and simple cussed
ncs. Alexandria Is all right, sheis now going
ahead. 'J he C. it O.'s new arrangement
soon the N. it W. and S. V. cars coming
over via Front Jtoyal, and tlio new Mreet
and electric roads, and opening up of the
Morelield coal legions, and tho rebuilding
of tho old C. A O. Canal, must bo helpful.
Indeed tec a 1'oanoko machlno works In
that low country, on Cannon Hun, in tho
vicinity of tlio old distillery, and coal
dumped Into tho holds of v cssels from tho
caiinl to Jones' Point. Thodcath rate hero
Is smaller Hum any town of its population
In the cast. 'Iho water Is pure, ami im
prove iiicnls in the streets mid so on aro
litlng rapidly made, tho old boulders ot
General Washington's day are being
broken 11)) and mud holes Idled. There
arc twenty odd trains up and down dally
betwicn lieio and Washington, and tho
ferry runs hourly during tho day. Hoth
the fcrrv and local road pay good divi
dends. t It. It.
MEN WHO WltlTP. INSUHVNCE.
Mtellni; of tlio s,,H,(i,..a8Un, Tnrltl
'J ho Southeastern Tariff Association of
Insurance Underwriters held Its llrst meet
ing to-day In tho banquet hall of the Ar
President Livingston Minims at i
oMock called tliocouvcutiou to onler. Ho
delivered an address reviewing tin' work
of this association during the pist jeir
niiu iriikiug a uumner oi huggcaiious aim
In Iho course of his rcmnrks tho presi
de nt took oicaslon to eulogize in an elo
quent manner his old law' partner and
hue number of tho association, General
Josiph L". Johnston,
Winn ho lind com luiled, C.iptnln Tiler,
prislilint uf the Washington Hoard of lln
tltrwrltcrs, cxtuulid an Invitation to the
If l) deli gates present to aceoiupiny Urn
lical hoard o i n trip to Mt. Vernon and
.Marshall Hall to morrow evening.
llon.Hnion Wolf iimdii n fev appro
priate remarks, after which tho report of
thosccritary and treasurer were read.
'IhoolHierNuf (ho association are Liv
ingston Minimi, pusideut; L M Tucker,
viei-preslilciit, Charles Plcming, secretary
'Iho i-xciutlve committee consisted of
lolin (), Vouii, chairman, lames (',
Hunter, John W. Poarco, . 0. Mcll
wtilue, Jr , and It. A, Hancock.
S, limit Ninmil Vflii l-itilitoiit.
'I lie Commissioners today christened
(lie three now school buildings.
'the one in Auaeostla will bo known
ns the Van Hiirin lluilding; that on
block between V and W, tlio Harrison,
after William henry Harrison, and that
un tlio west side of lllcvcuth strut, he
tvviin (I and I southeast, tho 'I yler school.
Coiiurissmtiu Sninrtla. who has been
ilangirously ill for the past ten davs, was
lonslderably Improved this atternoon.
His phjhlciuns aro very hppcful of a final
.111. niiil Mr. Hrnilnl.
Mr. nnd.Mrs. Kendal, whooinost en
tertaining efforts of a few months ago aro
yd ripe in our memories, will mako their
reap) arance at tho Now National Thcatro
next week. It Is a pleasure to welcomo
the return of such accomplished and ar
tistic members of tho dramatic profession
ns Mr. niiil Mm. Kendal. On tho occasion
of their former Islt tlio theatre proed
Inadequate to hold the crowd and many
were turned nwoy unable lo gain admis
sion. TliO'c London favorites lmo made
a professional tour of Iho country and
hao oervwhero been most kindly re
ceived by large, clllo and appreciative
audiences. Tliey hao steadily grown In
popularity anil their artistic pcriormmiccs
liavo developed charms not common In
our Mace now. Mr. and Mrs. Kendal and
their adequate company aro to appear
during tills engagement in a more varied
and excellent group of new nlajs.
The repertoire for tho week Is an excel
lent M lection. 'J he opening play nil! bo
''1 he Ironmaster," in which both Mr. and
Alva li'miilnt m,imninil In nvsullntif ndtmita
illlll llLlllllll 111 ! 11. II I V,I lit U LClll,ill n 1 1 itn
tngo during lliclrllrst lslt to Washing
ton. 'Jhls will be given on Monday and
J rhlay evenings. Tho repertoire for tlio
bnlnnco of tho week will bo "Impulse,"
"A r-crup of Paper," "Tho Oiicen's Shill
ing"' hud for tho llrst llmoln Washing
ton Herman Mcrlvalo and Palgravc Simp
son's romantic drama, "All for Her."
'J ho advanco demand for seats at tho
New National 'Ihcatro indicates that Mr.
and Mrs. Kendal will play as uotablo an
engagement as that of last year. All .ad
mirers of polished comedy w 111 bo glad to
welcomo them. Tho plavs selected for
their brief engagement will bo thoso Unit
(how theso artists to the best advantage.
."MrC'niill (lierii Company ill AllmiiRh'.
Tho engagement of tho McCaull Opera
Company at Albaugh's Grand Opera
House next week promises to bo one ot
the most notable events of tho local
musical scaou. It Is In the nature of a
light opera festival. Tho name of McCaull
Is identified with high class production of
comic opera, the organization ranking
mnong tho very best in tlio country. Tho
reputation of tlic manager assures a hand
pome production, but iho present com
1 any Is put forward as tho finest that has
ever llown tho McCnnll banner. The
com) any carries Its own scenery, and the
cotmucs are now andvery beautiful. The
organization Includes a number of well
known and nomilar comlo oncra artists.
among whom aro Helen Hcrtram, Dlgby
Dell, Laura Joycc-llell, Joscphlno Kuapii,
Annio Myers, Chiumccy Olcott, W. i'
Annie Myers, Chiumccy Olcott, W
Hnchcstcr, l'red ITcar, William lllalsdcll
I harks W. Duncan. Cora Henderson and
Iho repcrtotro will be: "Clover," Mon
day and Tuesday, "Indiana," Wednesday
and Thursday; "Iho Muck Hussar,"
1'rldny and Saturday afternoon and even
ing. Ills hardly necessary tospcak or "Clover"
further than to say It Is tho greatest of all
inc .Mci.nuu successes ami is unquestion
ably tho most meritorious work that has
yet emanated from tho prolillc fancy of
tlic author of Tholtoggar Student" and
"lloccaccio." Tlio advance sale of setts
begins to-morrow morning.
"The Tut Men' Club" at IliurU'.
"Tho Tat Men's Club" will hold a ses
sion at Harris' Hijou 'Ihcatro next week.
It is presented by J. C. Stewart and -a
corps of able comedians and has made a
hit wherever seen. It deals With Incidents
iuth'i career of liiiiusicul professor, who
has written an opera and wauls to put It
on the stage, but is opposed by his wife
and (laughter who contrive to thwart his
plans. Ho meets a twin brother who has
him join tlio "fat, Men's Club." The
wife and daughter arrango a bogus Initia
tion, which is carried out so forcibly that
all thirst for dramatic, glory Is wiped out
of tho Professor's brain, and ho retires
peaceably to his hearthstone. J. 0. Stewart
liillho part of 1'iojtuoe Baton is ft fat
man of liugo girth and unlimited capacity
for creating fun. hi the impiovlscd
lodge room where, blindfolded, ho Is
ushered Into tho mjstcricsof a startling
bogus initiation, the audience is kept in
an agony of laughter by his humorous
icmarks on tho vaiious tricks that are
performed nt his expense. Seats aro now
aiultlocm and Kllinm at Kornnn'K.
William Miildoon, tho famous trainer
and champion w restlcr, and Jake Kllrain,
Who recently defeated Godfrey, will ap
pear at Kcrnan's In connection with the
Loudon Gaiety Girls, who will open with
a grand holiday matinee Monday. '1 his
will be tho first appearance of this com
pany In Washington and a welcome op
portunity to see tho famous beauties of tlio
London stage. A varied entertainment is
promised, Iiitliiillng an oxcellent olio.
The llrst part, entitled "Tlio Artist and tho
Model." la hlchlv artistic. A moro amus
ing and resplendent burlesque than
"Princess Hright Hyes" has novcr been
presented. It falrlv teems w Ith now songs,
music and dances'. Tho scenery Is new
and gorgeous and tho costumes nrovcry
elegant. Among tho artists aro Mamie
Webb, Llda Gardner, Kenyon bisters,
Ilogcrl and O'Hrion, Marvin and Vcdder.
Mason and Titus and Thompson and
l'lvnn. Seats now on sale.
Valdls Sisters, with tho addition of Hilly
Woods, 1'Ttzsimmons' sparring partner,
are drawing blc houses this week. To
night Woods will siar Gcorgo Nortlirldge,
champion middle-weight of the District,
and to-morrow night V. C. Smith, tho
colored pugilist. Ladies' matinee to
morrow. LOCAL NEWS RKIEt'EI).
The House of Mercy for Pollen Women
llledocertltlcatoof incorporation yester
tcrday. The Institution has formerly
been 'known asfct. Xavler's Home.
The W. M. 0. A. Club raided Sergeant
Doolan's home, No. 013 "II street, last
lpglit. llicy nrougut ineir iiiucii oasneis
with them and a very pleasant evening
Among Doctor llammoi, t's converts at
the 'J abcrnaclo last night was a prominent
banker of Montana. He made a public
acknowledgment of his conversion to tho
Two picked nines from tho Columbia
Athletic Club open tho ball season on
I'riday afternoon at Analostan Island.
The mntdi game with tho Yale Colle,'a
team takes place on L'aster Monday at tho
Dr. T. A. lllnnd will address tlio Na
tionalist Club at their hall, No. W V
Uriet, to-night. 'Iho subject will bo the
"Nntlonnllnllou of Monopolies." .Senator
elect Poller has been invited and lias
promised to attend.
"'J he Demands of tho Colored Amer
ican" was the subject of an address by
Hon. John M. fangston, at the John
Weslcv A. M. 11. ( Imrch last night. 'Ihero
was a largo audience present and tlio
speaker was attentively listened to.
President Draucy of the Washington
lockiv Club returned to tho city from
V. u York Inst nliibt for the ntirnoso of
attunllng the meeting ot tho oxicutivo
(ommittee, which was lit Id at Willard's.
He gnvo n very tncournglng lov of tho
CMiinliiK race muting, and sajs that hols
assured that there will boat least M
horns at the coming spring meeting.
Through Information received from 111!
tlinoro Mstcrdav afternoon the pirents of
.luims Hlikev, NiljUJ I htnet northwest;
Krntfct McMiihiul, MM Now Hampshire
av i niu , John Williams, No hi 1 iMth street,
mid ( linrlcs Newman, No. .'ill (I street
nortliwcst, learned that their rumwav
hn)s vvcicln Hint city. 'Ihoy manifested
a vvlllliigiHSs In return, and were brought
hi ru to day.
John II, Plnkiiey lies In a crlllotl eon
ihllmi In tlio rrcetlman's Hospital. Ho
iiulved a bullet wound In tho head on the
night ot I ciirmiry 13, and (iuorgo uniru.i
Min has been Inilliled by tlio grand Jury
lor Having i onnniiieii an assault witn oi
tt nipt to kill. Plnkncy's wound inrtially
heidcd and ho left Iho hospital where ho
was ncing triatui ami rcturuisi 10 ins
home Lillllay i ntltim.it i n set In and
lie had to riturn to Iho hospital,
llx-buiator Henry G. Davis of West
Virginia gavo a baiintiet last night tit tho
Arlington Hotel to his associates on tho
Intcicoutiiiintid 1'allway Commission.
'Iho gucMs were r-ccrctary Tracy, Mr.
Huik. I.lcutcnuiit llrmvn, Mr. mi't,
Mi. 1 ernande, Mr. egnrra, Vico-Prosl-dint
Morton, Mr. Lenin. Mr. DeC.istro,
Mr. I'uills, Mr. Stowart, Mr. Agote, Attor-luj-liciitral
Miller, General Heiiglfo, Mr.
Hhiiico, bicrclary Noble, Mr, rcdln, Mr.
Homero, Geiifral Gulrola, Mr. Kraus, As
slslant bccritary Wharton, Captain
Hti ever and Mr. Parr.n;a.
THE NEW POLICE COUilT .lUDOE.
A sketch of Mr.lvnry (I. Kimball, Who
XVn Appointed x.mlrrilit).
Mr. Ivory G. Kimball, who was yester
day appointed by the President to bo tlio
additional Police Court Judge, Is well and
most favorably known In this city. Ho
Is a Inwjcr of experience nml nullity, but
has not practiced much In the local courts.
Ho Is a nallvo of Maine, having been born
In Jay, In that State, In 1811. When a
bay his father moved to Port Wayne,
Intl., where Judgo Kimball grew up and
received his education. Ho served ono
year In Iho war with the I'lfty-llrst
Indiana Volunteers. In 1803 ho was ap
pointed to a position In tho Internal
Jlcvinue llurcau by Secretary McCtilloch,
and has been a resident of this city ever
since. Ho was graduated from the law
department of tho Columbian I'nivcrslty
and admitted to the Hsr In 1S0S.
Many years ago ho became a member of
the shue llrm of Kdnionstoii it Co. Ho
became the owner of that business upon
the death of Mr. Hdnioustou, and Is still
Its owner. He is a trtislco of the Assem
bly Presbyterian Church. Ha was not an
applicant for tho place and his appoint
ment was something of n surprise to him.
He has always been a Hcpublleau. Tim
members of the liar speak in high icrnis
of him, In fact his appointment Is most
favorably received In all quarters.
limbing Itopilbllcans Don't I.lllo II.
Tho llcpublicans of this tow n w ho train
tinder tho orlllainnio of Andrew Gleason
and Colonel Perry Carson aro decidedly
torn up over tho appointment of Mr.
Ivory (1. Kimball to tlie new polico Judgo-
smp. nicy say inaiitis a siap aitiicir
organization. Ono disgusted Republican
said to Tur Clime reporter this afternoon:
"Of nil the men appointed to important
places under the District Government
nlncoMr. Harris was sworn in not ono
can be said to represent the active work
ing Hcpublleau organization of this city.
Wo asked for Iho npiwtntmcnt of Mr.
Ciihlll because ho Is one of us. General
Harrlou need not expect tho two District
delegates to tho next national convention
lo support him for rcnoinlnatlon. Wo
will send anti-Harrison delegates at what
National Anmteill Iti'BUtln iilThlClty.
At a meeting of tho joint committeo
representing tlie Potomac, Colum
bia and Analostan clubs of this
city, held last evening, tho letter
from the regatta committeo of tho Na
tional Association of Amateur Oarsmen,
accepting the invitation of tho holt clubs
of tills city to hold tlio national regatta
on the Potomac this year, was received.
Hacd upon this letter of acceptance tho
joint committeo decided upon Tuesday
and Wednesday, August 17 and IS
next, as tho dates of holding tlic regatta.
'J ho joint committee proceeded to a per
manent organization to conduct the af
fairs of iho regatta, in so far ns tho
loial management thereof goes, and elected
Alexander urant oi tno uoiunimasas per
nianent chairman, Ilichard I'.. Pairo of
thoAnalostansas treasurer, and Oscar P
bchmldt of tlio Potomacs as secretary.
At an early day tho necessarv commit
tees will bo appointed to carry out tho
details of tlic work and the joint commit
teo hopis to mako the coming regatta the
biggest in the history of tho National As
sociation of Amateur Orsmcn.
hi a very largo measure the success of
the affair depends uiion tho financial aid
of tho citizens here, but as they aro liberal,
and never fall to materially aid local en
terprises, the regatta may therefore bo
put down as an assured success.
riimliiK Tom of the Marino linml.
'1 he following Is tho lllncry of the com
ing tour of tin- Marino Hand: April 1.
Hridgcport and New Haven, Conn.; April
L Worcester; April 3, Hoston, Mass.; April
4, Providence, H. 1.; April 0, Albany;
April 7, Poughkeepsle; April 8, ltoclicstcr;
April 0, Huffalo, N. Y.J April 10. Akron;
April 11, Cleveland, Ohio; April 11, De
troit; April 11, Lansing and Jackson;
April lf, Hatlle Creek nnd Kalamazoo;
April It), Grand Hapids, Mich ; April 10
and 17, llilcaco, HI.; April 30, biotixCitv,
Iowa: April til, Lincoln, Neb.; April '22,
Omaha, Neb.; April 21, Des Moines, Iowa;
April 2 j, Qulncy, ill.; April 2.r, Springfield,
111. At.tl.H, lVnflnl., III.. l.tvll .17 T.,
Jill, S'l Jl ', .vl-ltWi, .Jilt, .1,1... -i, .,.-
ilianapolls, hid.; April 2S, Louisville, Ky.;
April 20, Cincinnati, Ohio; April 10,
Columbus; May 1, Zanesvlllc, Ohio; May
2, Pittsburg, Pa.; May I, Washington, 1.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
Nrvv YonK, March 25. Money loaned
ot 2 a 3 per cent.
Kichnngo steady; posted rates, IS7
JSUi; actual rates. -ISO! a ibCl for sixty
davs, and 4881 a -18SJ for demand.
Governments quiet; currency 6s, 110
bid; is, coupon, llU bid; lis, do., 102
Iho stock market was decidedly more
active this morning, over twice tlio
amount having been dono in the two
hours to noon as during tlie same period
yesterday. The sales amounted to 80,200
Prices were tinner, and under tho Icvl
of Hock Island values advanced i to 1 per
cent, by noon. '1 he stock named was tho
most active. Next came Durllngton, St.
Paul and Missouri Pacltic. At noon tlio
market was strong, but at this writing
thcro is nothing doing.
Washington Stock Kxchange.
Heported for The Cnmo by Hurley &
Stevens, real estate and local securities,
1335 F et rcet northw est.
bales Hegulor call, 12 o'clock m.
L'ck't'n ,t Sol. Home It. It., D a f7. Geo.
A.'leiinlhloun 1!. It.. MaCn'ih Commer
cial Ins., 1)2 all. Wash. (ias.W) a I Hi
25a II; 100 a III. U. S. Klcctrio Light,
10 a 11.7.
Miscellaneous Houds W. & Q. II. It.
10-10 C's, n'03-'2.I, 101; W. A. (1. It. It.
Convertible U, 'fja-'2), 120, Masonic Hall
Ass'n 6's, (i lr-08. 101?: Wash. XLirket
Co , Imp. 0s,110I2-'27, 110, Amer.Securlly
and Trust, 6's, 1003. 100, Wash. Light
hifnntrv. 1st (Vs. 1001. IIS: Wash. Light
Infantry, 2d 7's, lll, 05; Wash. Gas Co.
bcr. A, b's, V01-'27, lit); Wash. Gas ft).
Ser. U, 0's, 1C0.'-'21), 1101; Wash. Gas Co.
Convcrtiblebs. 1001. 1U).
National Hank Slocks Hank of Wash
ington, 101), Hank of Hepublie, 270. Met
ojolitan, 278; Central, .X. hecond, 1S7J
1 armcrs atul Mechanics, UK), Columbia,
HA Capital, 122, West lhid.Obl: Lincoln,
1001; Citizens', 170, Triders'. 118.
llailroad btocks. Waslilngton and
Georgetown, 2.10, MetroiKilitan, HI, Co
ltimbln, 05; Capitol and North Ofetreet;
62; Kcklugton and Soldiers' Homo, 57;
Georgetown and Tenalljtown, bOI.
Insurance Stocks. Firemen's, 17;
rranklln. 501; Metropolitan, SO, National
Union, lSj; Arlington, 175; Corcoran, (IS;
Columbia, 151; German American, ISO;
Potomac, S3, Hlggs, 8; People's, 6j Lin
coln, 52; Commercial, IJ.
'lltlo Insurance Stocks Ileal Kstate
Title, 127; Columbia 'lltlc, Hi.
lias and Klectrlu Light Stocks Wash
ington Cns, II; Georgetown Gas, IS, U.
S. Klcctrio Light, 105.
'lclcphomi Stocks Pennsylvania, 21,';
Clicsapeako it Potomac, 6S; Amerlc'in
MisccllaneousStocks Washington Mar
ket, lh: Hull Hun Panorama, HI, Pneii
mntlcGim Carriage, I; Great Kails Ice. 173.
Kile Deposit and Trust Compank'3
National bate l)elt, : Waslilngton
Safe Deposit, 110, Wash. Lorn A. Trust
Co., 051: American Si entity & Trust Co.,
IH'II EMiAMI'-GMIIIMlll On Iho 111
In. ini. 1, nt ht John C hurt h, l.nfayetto'siiuiri',
b) tho ltr. driirgo Willi ml Doiulis.D I),
lliurle lilward willcnkniiiii of IIji cl.ina.
Mmln, o Nniinlo Unnlnerot llnnimoiiil's Port,
IUyif''N-llWAlll) Oil TtmrsMr,
VnKtru. iwm, Mr V llul.ninu of Wiuli
Ingtini. H r , in Mls Mary Mien 11 iyw ini of
I'nsl Hloomllelil, N Y,
D.WlS-On Tuis'lay monilng. March
INI, tnriili Jana Davis, In Iho DM o
our of hor
iiue, lit htr lale rtrllcneo, lPUovv or!
Kiincrul 'lliursilnj. Prlvnld. Interment nt
I Itiinnod Cemitcry.
lli:ili)l l)-l)a Miiulny, Vnrch 3J, lull, Mar
f net. wlilniv of Ihu I1.I0 l'rcilerlck llorohl, In
leri ith j ear
ItOlllllllAN' Ou'lursibiy.Marili .'1. 11)1, at
r Pin m , MIcluiU llorrlgou.lii Iho 4'itli yoar
nt Ills n(,e
I iiurrnl from hi Into residence, til II street
icrtheasl, nt lutiln in, Mnrcb .'n, Oieneo to
ht AlowW Chuiili. Itelatlvi and Irlcml
respectlully Invllnl lurttiuil.
'I IIOMPhON At NMieillng. W Va , Moil
day, Mareb'.'l. P-'H.Min hunu E 'lhoiiipou.
tlaughler nf Ihelato C Icint lit anil Margaietla
( tail Mnltli ut (iiorgilonn, D C
nutting ot Ike lnuikcm of tlio (Ityot
liln(,ti)n wn held jcttcriUy alteninoii In
the illrci tors' room n( tlio Nntloimt Mctnipnll
Inn llnnk to take some united action lo pub
licly murk tlie reit nml nlfrcllnnate reinein
lrmi(o entertained by banker ot llir I'ltyot
ftliliii;lnii for the Iflle "luvivKd Noriiienl,
president ot the I cnlral National llsnlc.
'I ho meeting was called In order by II. Kurtz
Juhnfun, esq, llllani II. Itlley, cc , inl
dentnt tlio U'ct Linl National Jlmik, wis
elected chairman anil .lames L. NorrK rq ,
vlrc-prcrlilciitiit the National lltnk of Wash
Inglon, ccre tary. llemarks wcro inmle by
iiiinilicr nt gentleman prc-ent touching upon
the prominent qualltlcn which marked Mr,
Normcnt'i micccrnl lmlnes career, and leu
drying to the high trlcnn mid regard In which
lie was held.
The chairman then appointed a cninmltlac,
coiifdMlngof .latum L.Norrl", e , vlco presi
dent ot the National Hank nt YVashliiKtnii;
Charles H. llrmllcy, c , cashier of the Na
tional Hunk of the Iteputillr, ami (leorgo II
II, 111 tf, c.i , eaihlcr ot tlio National Mi Ini
polllan Hank, lo draw up anil present appro
inline resolution cxprciva ot tlio feeling
animating llio-o present. The commllteo fU
niltteitthe following preamlilcnnd resolution,
Wherea In the in j fiction course ot 1'rovl
ilencc our friend ami associate, Mr. Samuel
Norment, has been uinmnneil by death from
the scene of his earthly labor, Icavlngnnolher
breath In the wide circle ot onr mutual activ
W hcrens It Is eminently flttlng Hint wo
ihoiihl giro tome aultntilo expression ot our
grlet nt Id ilercn-c nml our npirccIntIon ot
his virtue; therefore
1, Jit It itiotcol, 1 tint in this affliction wo
mourn the lo- of n true, friend nml nn up
right Christian gentleman, whoso kindness of
lienrtnmt cental disposition cnilenrol him to
all, anil whoso tried Integrity coiiunnii led tho
rerpectof tho cntlro coiiimiiiilty In which ho
Iheil. Ills slnlnler character In nil (lis reh
lions of life, his energy ami ucces In bust
lies, hi vntled experience, his public ilrlt.
his ihnrltnlile illfposltlon nml iiniiimlng
jilety, we shall ever liuld In affection ite re
lncmbrnnee. ). Jlettiiiolml, 'Hint In mnrkourileeptym-
pnthy wllli his hcrciivcil family copy ot Iho
action ot this meeting ho lrniimlllcil to them,
ni d that a copy ho nl-o Iiindslieil to the piddle
Among llioio present wcro the followln ' gen
Mr. 'icorge II. II. Idle, cihler of tho a
tloiinl Mctropolltnu llnnk.
Mr. Charles rt. Jlrmlley, cisldcr of Iho Na
llnunl llnnk ot tho Hc-nuliUc.
Mr. .lame 1. Norrl, vice preaul'nt of the
Nntlonnl llnnk of Washington,
Mr William l.alril, r. iahlcr of tho 1'nrin
cm' anil Mechanics' National llnnk.
Mr K.Kurtz .lohnson piidiUntotthscltl
zfiis' Nsltonnl Hank.
Mr VtllllmiTlt. llllcy, pretldcntof the West
End National llnnk,
".-.lolin Joy IMson or tlio fol'imtitn Na
fiOiinl 11 ink anilot tho W'n-btngtonJI.o m nml
1 rust Company
.Mr. M. V. llcverlilgcof tlio seconn Nations)
Mr. Genego U, Helming, presbleiit of the
Trailers' Nntlonnl Hank,
Mr. II. Ilntillej Divlilsoivvlco prishlenl o
tl e Lincoln Nntlonnl llink.
Mr. .lolin O. Jiiloiron anil Mr. Charles II.
Dnvhlgoul tho Ohio Nrtlonid Hank.
Mr ))nvld Wnlker nml Mr. C. ll.Wnkoof
M(sr. Lewi .loliusnu .V, Co.
Mr, Chnrlc J. Pell of Messrs, Hell A, Co. nml
of Iho Amcrlcin Security nml 1 rust Company.
Mr. A. Crime, r., ot Mcm. Crime, l'nrrls i.
KSTori'lCK OP 'HIE COMMISSION" IP)
t3J of tho District of Columbia, Washing
Inn, Mnnli SI, lNil. Onlercit' 'I hat tho rcgu
lutloiismniloforthocxninlnatlou nml licensing
or steam inglncer hi tho District of Columbia
nrcliercli) nmendcilns follow'
1. 'J hat tlio ninth pnrngrnph nf ilil reguli
lions, niailc Aiull jn. 1Mi. Is hereby nniemleit
to tend a follows: "Immediately ufter euli
i xnmlnntlon tlie secretary of thoboirilot ax
nmlncrs will innken report totho Commission
er In cneh ense, transmitting tho recom
liiemliillon of thnhonnl, nccoiiipnnlcil bv the
nimllrntlitn nml Initorsriiient. If annioveit hv
the Commissioners, a llcenso w 111 ho Issued by
liio Assessor or tno insiriit or uoiumoii in
the iiinno or the applicant, signed by tho chair
man of thohonnl ot examiners and counter
signed by said Assessor."
i 'Hint the last pnrngrnph of tho regulation
dntid January Hi, lwij, bo nmendul so nsto
read ns follows: "Hint tho order ot Julyil,
1M.8, nioillfWngthc termor engineer licenses
fixed hj order of Juno SO. 1SW, Is hereby re
voked, mid eiirh term shall lieroiftcr be one
j enr from A prtl 1 ot each ear."
I. 'I hat hereafter the fee required for a li
cense ns Kteaui engineer In Iho District ot Co
lumbia shall ho deposited with tho Collector
or tho District of Columbia before application
for such llcenso Is made, ami tho receipt nf
the Collector for said feu shall he flledwlth
the application. If the applicant fall lo pas
the required examination the fee will be re
funded upon tlio certificate, ot the secrctnry ot
Iho board of examiners ot sleum engineers ot
I, 'J hat nny one to whom license shall bo Is
sued without being totaled shall notify tho
hoard of examiner ot steam engineers ot the
location ot the plant under hi charge within
ten day a after taking charge of same, ami for
ralluro to comply wllh till regulation his
license shall ho revoked.
S. '1 hat all licensed slenm engineer shall
eausothelr license to ho nratlv framod nml
hung In some conspicuous place lu or about
tho engine or hollei.room where they are em
ployed. JOHN W. DOUIILASS. JOI1S W.
ItoH I1LNHY M. ItollEItr, Commlsiou6r
or Hie District ot Columbia,
KJSf-l'A'lENr ChN TENNIAL CELEHHA
& 'I ION,
WASjllIMHON, APHIL 8, 'I, 10, 1N)1.
Citizen' Central Committee Johu W. II ili
um, Myron -M. Parker, Hubert W. Kcnivlck.
".Inrvln C. hlone, Hon, John Lynch, Urnhiira
II, Warner, Professor Oil T, Mason, J. Elfrclh
PU11I II' LXEItClshS IN LINCOLN IIM.I..
APHlI.c, Alternooii To bo presided over by
tl i' President or Iho United States. Evening
'I o lie presided over by tho Secretary ot til e
hl'LClAL 1IECEPI10N '10 INVKNIOItS
AM) .MANUFAOI IMIEItS and tho ladle who
ncronipiiny them at mo l'ateni mine. April ,
'I lo 11 p m , by the Secretary ot the In.
tirlnr nml the Commissioner ot Pan nt.
APHlI.n, Afternoon Meeting '1 oho prosbloil
over by lion, l'reilerlck Frnley, I.I, u , presi
dium! the National Hoard of Trade, livening
Sleeting 'In ho presided orcr by Professors,
P, I nnglcy, secretary of tho Smithsonian In
stitution. ANNINEIIsAIty MY. APHIL lO-Aiinl-versnry
of tho signing nt the Hist Amcrlcin
patint law hv Uiorgo nshliigtou. II a. in, -hxiiirslou
In Mount v ernon, where nil adilrcss
will he delivered by Dr. J, SI. 'loner upon
"V Bshliigiuu ns an Inventor nml Promoter ot
Improvement " t p. in Inspection of ord
nance shops, Washington Navy-Yard, by lull
tnllonof Ihcbeerttnry of IhoNnvy. i ll ii m.
- Pnradr, tegular troops, National (lunril, High
School ('inlets, and other orgnnlriitlon.
APHIL 10, livening Meeting 'lo ho presided
over by Piofessor Alexander (Iridium Hell.
Addiissc upon subject relating to Inven
tion aro promised at tho public meetings by
filward Atkinson. I.I..D; Dr. Johns Hilling,
Hon, Justice lllntchford, Professor Cyrus V.
llraiketl, l. 11 , 1 1, 1) : Hon llcujauiln Hut.
teruorlh, Octave cliauute,ircldciit A s o II;
I'roressor 1'. W, ( larke. lion John W Dmlel,
Mnlor l larenee E, Dultoii, Professor 'llioina
lira, lion W. T. Harris, Professor Oil 1'.
Mnson, lion, tlinrlc K Mitchell, Hon. (I, II,
I'lntt, Colouel 1", A,s.eelj,IIon A. II. sporfonl,
lion. Hoheit s, 'In) lor, Professor Hubert II
'Ihurstou, Priife-sor llllmu P. 'Irowlirl Ige,
Hon. F.luln W Hills, lion Carroll 1). Wright
Minings for tho orgaulitlou of t'to Nn
tlouid Axoelallou of Inventor an I Mauiirac
Hirers on tho afternoon ot April 7 mil In tha
nooning ot Vprll N and n, when mldnsse are
expelled (rom promlueiit Inventor an 1 maiiu
fatiureis Siihscrlhcr ndmlttcd to public excrcKos by
l'or futlher pnrllculars mlilrei JOSEPH I
Sill AMStoN, Clialrmau flunnce Committee,
A. T 111(11 I ON, '1 rensiirer, or Iho executive
commllteo Hon. JOHN I.VM II, chairmnn,
JOHN v IIMISON. MAIIVIN r MONIl,
(EHKOKf MAY.SAIII), I.H1.1 HE I'll WAT
(Hike nil (I .1 11 w , npposlto the, Patent
OllUf ninrlT Wl
KgT-J, WILLIAM LEB
(hnccessor to Henry Leo' SONS),
8W PENNb LVANIA AVENUE N. W.,
llrancb OOlce, 413 Sluryland ave. a. w.
JJ- WILL PAY
FULL COMMISSION '10
HEAL 1.STATB All ENTS
For Price and Term
A ply to
liulkler and Owner.
KJ5J"C-FI E OP THE lOMMIMStONIJIW
3a' fllstrlel n( lolumliln. VVnhlngton
Jlarehin, l"il. Unbred Thnttlin following Is
hereby iili llulnl ror section 7 of the pluiiili
Ingrcgnlntlon mnilo .Innunry J5, 111, sir
ec, 7 II hnll not lm lawful tor any peronoi
l crron lo connect any house, building, pfin
le or estnhllihment with nay water ninln,
pulille fewer or ens ninln, or with nny fertile
pipe for water, or with nny liousi 'ewer, Willi
out n permit ohtnlncil from tlio Engineer Com
mlraluner bfloreeoiuinencliig any psrt of tho
work of eoniiertlon 'Iho proyllonsor Mil
pnrngrnph linll apply (o nil water main,
cwer anil water ervlce pipes, whetlicr on
private prapcrt) or In Iho pulille trert, no
line, alfrv, toail or spans, ami to each sepi
rateuulliilng, whetlur sltnateilon tlic sim-or
illfTcrcnt lot, nml louiiectoil, or proposed to
he eonnieteil, Willi nny water ninln, water
fervlce pipe, jmlille or nrlrnlo sower or gn
innln 'J ho eonilllloii of this permit must he
strictly compiled with, and Iho work must ho
itono by tho plumber In whose untnothopor
mil I glvrn, All plumbers nro require! In
notify the Engineer Coninilloucr ot nny nml
nil extension or nllcrntlon ot water rixlnre
or pipe mailo Inslilc of liullilhigs In order that
tliu sami! may lo examlneil. .I W DillKI
I Ait, JOHN W. Itoss. II V, ItOIIEItl',
('omuibslnner District or Cilumhlii
COS D street nortliwcft,
Washington, II. U.
Webster Law Uulldlng.
Itcslilence, 1701 1 itrcet noitlmeet.
Jrat-l-'EET ItEI.IKVBTL IlftTWlin K,
lllfl Pennsylvania avenue, opposite Wlllinl'i
lintel. 'I hniisaml) from far and nesr Tlilt Dr.
hlto'tcttahllshment for relief from amtnvolil
nnco of corn, bunion, illscnscil nail and nil
other foot troubles. Hour. 8 n. m. lo II p. in,
Manila, tlio 1 J. Ofllcc fee Jl per visit for put
ting tho feet In good order, established 1V,I.
J-v3'- l'A'IIIEIt )()NA I ItH, I'. ANIir.l.HI
1-' Monk of the llrltlli ( hiirch Holy
Week orations. Mnsonlc 'leniplc. 1'oihj
Mnumly '1 tmrsilny, Sll nmt K Admission
llikcts nt ilnor, (lnol l'rlitny, nt li no in.
tolemii service of the three hours' ngmiv of
our lout .tons Christ, Lvcnlng, oration 7T)
on "I he Death ot (.oil "
WAN1KD AN EM'nillENLI'.D SALES
111 nn lu do hlng, lint nml gents' furnish
Ings; nlsoexnerlenrcil salesladies liisliocilc
purlmeut. Applvnt once. lJTilltlist.. c.
WAN'lED-LVDIES AND UEN ri.KMI'.N
bov nml girl to securo order for our
speclnl hntgnlu In Initial imtlonerv. From
till to f'JO weekly easily mnile, and n golf
wntdi to the ono bringing tho greatest number
nf order. I'AIILl ', Ui'i Pa. ave.
WAVIHD-I'lVi: ENEIHIEIIC MEN.
Cnlary W per week. Apply at S Pa
nve. Doom 'Innd I.
-AAN'IED-A Willi i:
VV tenernl lousoivork
WOMAN '10 DO
must stay niclit.
Apply 3i2i Prospect t
Wanted-a'i nn mil st n w, a
tidy girl n wnltrcs ami ehnmhermalil.
rANTED-A GOOD COOK A (1001)
. homo foroiieTtnat I willing lo work.
Apply to No. hi I Pa ate.
WANTLI)- YOUNG WHITE MAN-10
assist hehlnd tho bir an I mnke himself
generally useful In n rcstaurnnt. luUlro nt
ntstlist . e.
WAN'lED-AN KXPEIilESCI'.D SM.Ks
mnn 111 linl nml gent's furnishing store;
rticrcnce's ri'iitureii. .ipuiy ic-ii j ini si, s v.
WAN 1 1 D-M HUE WllMAN 1 OltTlKN.
einl housework; must stay nlglil. Apply
'B17 Prospect nve , VV est VV u-lilngtoil.
ANTED-Willi E (lllth 'HJ COOK AND
do general housounrkln private tnmlly;
(lermiin preferred; no wnshlng or Ironing. .i-
plylijl D si. n. vv.
WN'IED-AN EM'EIMENCEI) COOK",
wnshcrnnil Iroiicr; good rcfercuces', vvlillo
(Ciirmnn prcfcrred)or colored. Apply nt once',
iV(M()st.. cor, l.tli.
WAN'lEll-A (1I1IL ToiT CHAMIIEII.
work, wultlngnmlsewliig, nhlte.Uermnn,
pi etcrred. Apply nt once. I.siK l, cor. I Ith
ED-A WOMAN l'Olt GENEItAI.
f f tivurui.liin. .iiiii..iii iu.in.iim ,,, .. dii...ii
family, lu Ilia District, near Iho illy. Address
J.F, till OllleO.
,.....d... n.l. I...l...ll.. .A..I.I.... (...... nil
tTITANTLD-LIOIir COI.OIIED Olltb. is,
VV neat and hialthy, for plain cooking for t.
Address, with reference, 1,1(111 r, this olrlcc.
Apply at VU-, l! st.
ANT ED-A UAPAHI.E WOMAN TO DO
l'hicihI housework: nn wnshln -or iron-
wlilto preferred SUjINst. n vv.
Yt ns watchman
inn furnish tlio best refer-
11. It . tills omcc.
WANTED-HY A H,.YEAIt OLD COL' II
boy, a place to do nny kind e f work. Ad
dress JOHN ST EWAIU', J110 Pith St. n. vv.
WANTED-HY A ItESPEOTAUbE COID
woman, work out by tho day; washing.
ironlnir. house elenutniror olalu sewtn
or addres 171U K st. u vv.
BY A CAPAHI.E WHITE (Hit!., I'AI in
fill and obliging, n situation as first clas
rhnmbcrinnld. Adnres ANNIE, or call nthH
K si. n. vv.
a placo ns chambermaid orutirsc. Call nt
1WT 10th f t. n. vv. u
COI.OIIKD (llltl,, A
VV place a chambermaid.
Cull ut 7 Cottnue.
bet. lblh and lllth, L nml SI t u. w.
WANTED-HY A SEAMSTltEsS.SEWI.NU
at homo or hy tho day or for n store; 73e.
a day. Aildrcs SEAMHTllLKS. this oillce.
ANT FD-HY A ItLSPECrAHI.ECOL'D
bov. Is v ears of nee. a place n hell man
rlier for doctor. Cull at Jill M st. n. wr.
WANTED-HY A IIEI.IAUI.U MAN AND
wife, n house to tnko cure ot during tho
summer; can give best reference; no children.
lKiSLst. n. vv.
WANTED-HY A DHEsSMAKEH, hKW
Ingloilo at or from homo by the day or
week; term reasonable, Apply al lso L
t. ii. vv.l
W" ANTED-A SITUATION AS IJIN1N(7
room waiter In a llrst ihim restaurant or
Hotel or n u neu mnn; nnuiei (ireier mi worK
at summer leioil: can furnish good refcreuec.
Aitrtic hUWAHH TATE, M'l L St. livV;
WANILD-HY A HESPturAlll.E COI.'D
woman, washing to do nt home; cm give
reference. Apply am Est. .vv.
WANTED-BY A COI.OIIED UUtL, IS
years old. it plain In a private family a
imrso or chambermaid; good references. Apply
nt 11 Est, , vv,
AN I ED-A MIUA1ION AS DININO
room waiter in a rlrstelas restitirnnt
or hotel: can famish goo I reference. Apply
at 1U Mat it. Ii. w.
Tir-ANIED-llY A HESPEOfAULH CO I.
TV girl, a situation lu n
iirlinlo fniullv n
rook or to do general homework for a small
fnmllv; city references, fall or address 175U
WANTED ONE U.NFUltNISIIED IIOOM
ou 1st lloor; not to exceed $S per mouth.
Addres II , lid office.
WANTED- COM'IIACIOHS TO HID
upon grnding necessary to ho done tin 1 l
II, npiaro Til, to tiring tho I it up to a level
with the strict at both out of It Iho lot
contains W.ml feet. Apply lo T HOMAS W
Mil 1 11 for further information.
J AN I ED-SIX Oil SEVEN ItOOM HOUSE
VV with small store; rent not to oxci-o 1 f.
Aildre. DLEDS, this olllee.
WAN 1 El) NYTIME HEPWEEN NOW
and 1st of May, S or II loom ho h.', con
venient to Treasury. Kent f'11 to f n pir
mouth. Addris N , Critic olllc
V incuts, a cm
1IUY, ON KVsY
good typewriter; Iteiilngton
I1Y HAND HEMIIMl
I tin vouiil' Madame Ho nUttiri. In-t ai
tlvidfrom huropi', lells three itlrfcrout was
M 111 remiilti a shoit time, I ell pi-r. pre- ut
and futiiiu in person or by loiter . l'i III In llo
or gentli men by tho letter In tha bin I ho
tliu future husbuid or wife will lie, Inliij
back hi sbnnd or lover lu o man) days, aim
has thngreat l.gvi.tlnu hrnastphtn ehaimor
lucky belt, nnd hidden lieu, lire'-, giviMUdvleo
and link In iiiluing busluess, for goil bu k lu
love, In buttnis and at gam ot ehuilce, luck.
In long nml safe journe), tells whit
business best aihiplul for, also --tile
fmnll) lioubles Mire uir' for asthma,
i ntm ih. niriis and bunions, nml ilriinkt une.s,
ulsoiiltiir hair loute iibolaeu powder ladles,
mil ol oure I .iinraiitceli give period situ
Ini Hon mid' an give hi st of reforoin I liavo
nl.o I ecu nw nrdul n told mi dill for giving s His
luitlon MM1MEUE 1 A I IN, uiistilrs,
Isttloor imrlor room 1, nw I'st , near tub st ,
V iishluuol , I) C
(unci Hour in a in lo'jp in, iipencvciy
day. Including Minda)
NOW IS THE TIME. WB Wll.l. PAY
"hlg money" tor gent' first class sec
ond hand clothing. Address or call it
JUS1 U'S OLD b 1'AND, U'J D tl. n. v,,
T ATILUT'E, 1JAIII1 A CO, Auctioneer-.
JIIUSTHES' KALE of'" IMPItOVEI) HEAL
j- si a ri: on d s riiES i , in: i wi.uv in it
AND HiIll HIIIEEIH BOU'lIIEASl".
lly vlrlueof ndci'dot lrnt given lo nnnil
duly recorded lu liber No 1KSJ folio I'Hlct
set , one of tho land record ot Iho Oi-lrlilor
Coluinhln, wc will orfcr for sain by nubile
miction. In front nt Iho premise, nn THUDS
DAY Al IbHNOO.N, APItll, 811, nt 1 o'clock,
the following described real estate, situate In
the (lly of Washington, District of Columbia,
to wit All thoso certain piece orpircclof
land and premises known and distinguished
ns and being part of lot live (1) and ix pi) In
riuore numbered leu hundred nml forty wven.
more particularly itenrlhcd In itd deed of
trust with tho Improvement. Ac. Term
niaile known ntalc A deposit of f 50 allium
J A MAl'DHL. Trustee.
Hi! Mb st. ii. w.
W.M SMITH. Trustee,
11 Fn aves.e.
-I-TNllLDhTATES MAItSllAL'd SALE.
lly vhtuentn writ of fieri fai Ins, Issued nut
ot the Clerk (Hike of tho Supreme I'nnrl of
thn District of Columbln, ami to mo directed, I
will sell at public snlr. rnr essh, lu front of Iho
Coin t ltoiiso ill or of said District, on S 1 1) II
DAY, THE It I II DAY OF APIIIUIs'll, nt U
o'clock in , nil l'rnncl . Doolej' right. Illlc,
claim and interest In nml to tho following do
stilled property, tovvll Part of original lot
numbered nine ill), lusiiinro nuinherol seven
hundred mid ulnel) two TU). in tho City of
V nshlngton, Dlsltkt of Columbln, included In
the following nicies and bounds: Hegtnnlng for
thesamont tho iiorlhenst corner ot tho sail
lot nnd siUro nml running thence south sov
enlj seven (Ti) fret nnd four Ml Inches; thenio
westto tlio rear lino of the said lot nnd tho di
viding line ltneeu the ntd lot nnd lot eight
(S); thence nortliwesiwnrdly nloug said hnoni
tliesoulh Huo of North Lnrulbm nvcnilo nml
thenco nlongthe snld llliu or North Carolina
nveiinelothe laccof beginning, together with
nil and singular the Improvement thereon,
selsdl and levied on ns thopropeily of Frnnel
Donley, nnd will be ofd In satlsry execu
tion No. Jsin), ntlaiv, In favor of 11. Lienor Son
IT. S Mnisbal District of Cobunhll.
HATILIIIE, I) Milt A CO,
Km hi:nt -itoosts
iJwiXlihN I' - NICELY" "l'UltNISIlED
I1 loom, with board, heat, gis, and bath;
terms very rensnnnblo. Jsoi, II st. in vv.
7,-VOlT" itEN'F-TlllIEK UNI'UIINISHED
1; rooms; $ I", per month; r i nml wnlcr. HH
I "poll HENT-TUO 1'N'FUIINISIIEIJ HKO
J unit story front rooms; southern exposure;
bntli; tent low; hoard If desired, private fam
lly. ill-Till st. n. vv.
17011 KENT n'l NEWroillCAVE.N.V.
I' Inrgu nicely fifrnlslied rooms on second
Hour, with board; reference exchanged.
rmi linvr ii".
3D HT., N. W FUII
P iil.lieil moms, larern rtospts. hot nml culd
water, with lionrd. also n few tnble Iwirdcr
at i ommodnled; reference exclmiigad.
7,011 llh'NT-TllilEE UNI'UIINISHED
1' .srronil lloor rojms; heat, gns, and batli;
MilfK-la for light lioiisckccplng, private Mm
Hv. I. Fsl u r
I Oil ltDNT 1IOUSKS.
0)1 HLNT-U.sI UHNIS1IED-
Month st. n vv , l'l rs mid 2 largo lulls
lWOI st n. vv ,HVr
Ill I Sins, nvo, n r mid stable. . . .
lM'SI st. n. w , lira
IWiM st. n. vv.lTrs
1USSI st. ll. w, 11 rs
M'lllthst. ii. vv. 11 r
1117 Stnss. ave. n. vv , IS r
.Tin E Cnp. el, if r
lWlUt. n.vv., It r
rjRCouu. nro., 11 rs
181J('onu. nve., lor.
I'.ir, l'si.n.w ,11 r
IwiNst.n. vvin r
1111 Nst n,vv.,li,r
Mil New s.ork vc. u. vv . lira
i'H Corcoran t n.w.llrs
11 I Con or nn st. u. iv,. II is
niu New York nve n.vv, IT ru. .
1310 P st. ii w 11 r
.'Kino tt. ii. w. tir
MM Est. n.vv, b.r
ti.ON. Y nve. n. vv ,llr
AU Will at. ii. w . II rs
, XV) ill
, rs) tn
, 150 Ul
, 1SS II)
, ws mi
, pu no
, III 117
, 87 511
. M ll
. 73 on
. 7V III
. 75 ell
. 73 CIO
. 71 III
H02 Chnpln st., ll re...
111711st. 11. w.. 11 J ill til
iniNst. n. w ,tir Mm
SMI llllljir lTacon. w ,11 r M (l
1111 nth st. ii. vv.,3r., Hat BO III
HOI stonghton st ,!lr CC no
U!l Nsl.n. w,7rs 00(11
r is Pierce Plnir.llr !() Ill
M)7Jdst. n.w..7r S3 Ou
l'Kl,l7thst. n. vv.str. nnlclwg S3 (I)
1511 ifith st. n. vv , 7 r IA 00
17UIP st. n. vv.str. nnd vvnrcroomi .IS (ll
Sis 1st st.. vv.nr 11 in
SHO "th t. n. vv, store and it r 13 111
The shore nouses can he examined by per
mit from our nfflco only.
THOMAS J.FISHElt A CO,
lull F t n. w.
1 OK SAI.K AND ItK.NT.
T 110SIAS E. WAG(JAM AN, 917 F etrcct.
Changes mailo WcdncsdnTs and Saturday.
3S10HY UitlCK AND FHAME HOUSES
133.1 lo HIT I'st . Ii. li , ii.r. nndSTii to31l)
rthst.b h.Drs.all.. (mil)
l(i-.stthst,b li.r.r I.VII
llSlsrllcst ,b h.,7r 4.VH
7l.7iI,MiindH Vjrtlost ,b. h ,7rs 1,711
an to MM st , Ii h.lrs l.Mi
M7loWlUdst,b. h,(!r ."
HI 11th st., f.h, I r 1,'XII
DOT and UI'I Ya. arc. mid IKM Sib St. nnd 9
unimproved lot f 1,500
31l In Itti 11th st. nnd Kentucky ave. bet.
II midS. Carolina ave, f. Ii 41111
Til.'WUmi 'OT.S I) at., f. h,tir, each.... 'Mill
un-nuii ti , b b,i)r V
ln till 1st ,f. h,n r l.UM
Alley, bet. bill and Tth, U and E, h. b ,
SOfllllthst ,r. h ,3 r l.otl)
.TlllOtlist, Mi, Br 1,M)
HIT, IHTandllllKst , f.h ,3 r. each.. l.KI
II IK si. Mi, 5 rs 1.(11)
7 Hope nve, b h.lr tm
1.117 llli si , Mi , I r HI)
4IHSLst , b. Ii, a rs UJU
UNIMPHOVED PltOPEHTY FOIl HALE.
ll lb st. bet. T nml U T 11
(J si. bet 1.1th and loth i T3
Vl...-,.,., u.. .,.! V f'...i ut 17.
I III1IU..H..UU .....l,'. r. ............... . ...
Houndnry t. bet. N. Ciui and 1st t 1 T3
llth st , net. CHIlou mid Hoauoke st uvv. 1 50
Diiinhartun nve. and Uenll et. bet. Dlhinn
HI, t sis 1 a
filth st bet N nnd O i 1 ft
Oft.hitlstaud Sdstsii vv. .,, 1 nil
lUnitC.ailth aid 31st sts Ml
Stouut Pleasant 10
UOUfaES J011 KENT.
lrmt.nTC n.vv ,sr $11 .Ml
llliil'st.ii w,fur,ilr Mill
1.11 list, s. w ,sr QSii
Upper partlloiiPsi.u, w , "rs Jl 11
lt-.TWihst, n w,iir -inn
Is'lKlli st, ii w ,lirs '2.1 Ul
1.)ethst. u. w ,ii r Hit)
HiHiimtMUN 11 nve, n.w ,i, r JO in
i.sMtbst. n w ,Tr Wui)
nillst st. n e,Sr mil
KSS. Cap. st ,Ri 10 31)
SlOilE'', Ol'l'lCE-1, Bit'.
Mr nml line JIWSI st li vv.Wr $73 111
Mrnuddngl3HI7tli st.u,w.,ilrs '1111
Mr mid dug HOT I'st. n vv.iir 4(1 Ul
4iJtIa. ave, 1st lloor, i front r CO tl)
Mureroom IxJT 'th st li w li (I)
MrUKTthst. a, vv. . .'0 01
4i7ihst n w ,3d lloor front r 11 oj
Hnoni '.II i rliioi Hon 1.1 in
nth st. mid 1'n. nve , room JO 10 oil
Ill eunn to suit ntii per cent.
HEAL ESTATE INVESI'MENT.
Safe n U .S, bonds, six per cent , pay a Mo
quirterly. lu sums ot f 1,000. Small premium
Tho above I only n portion of Iho property
on iiiv hook, for full list enll ut ofHee tor
bulletin Issued on tho 1st and 11th.
T. E WAIKIAMAN
I III! sm.i:.
?ull SM.i: A (,0011, SOUND lIOH-,1
1' wiioii nnd hirnes. Apply to SI.
c f'HIA.'Jiil'll st ii w
l.'Olt SLE-DH. PEPPEH'S COMPLE1E
1' sisteni ormodleni work, in good condi
tion, with other medical work.
Call and ex-
niiiliiii allliilM v.uvo n
I (111 VNII I OUNII.
T )! Mil t U DUIMIll.MWASMVLfi
I J dog with long tin ly nnd sliort log) An
suris to (ho ii nun linn- liber ll ronnnl
wlllle paid for hi. return to I., LEI I Ell,
(HI Hllll st n
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