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THE WASHINGTON TIMES,. WEDiSTESD AT, APB1X 17, 1S95.
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LAND OFFICE PAPERS TAKEN
Identity of the Charred Documents
Found in Knox Fire Debris.
Odcials Am ia Quest of tho Person Who
Filched Them from the Eecords.
2To Glow Yet Found.
JEbc public doenments and private papera,
-wUeli toj-etlier with oilier debris from the
JKihjx flro, have Leeu disposed of on the
dump at the foot of Nineteenth street, are
shown by an Invagination to have been
stMtefi largely from the General Land Of
fice. They form jiait of the records of that
ofOce.and couldpnly have been detached by
theft. When, how, or by whom they were
alwracttl. is now the question which njrl
tatflB the minds or the Land Office officials.
Tlie officers have the cuse under consider
ation mid -will try lo d'scoveritbe porson
who stored those public papers in theXnox
TvarhoMSu.
IMore the character of the papers were
ascertained, or lefore they -were identified
as part of the records of the office, .Assist
ant Commissioner Bowers advanced a
theory tbattlie papersinqtKSttonrniRhthnvo
bowled to Mr. K. P. Kondrlck, at one
time sarveyor frenernl of the Virginia mil
itary district ot Ohio. This man lias made
a complete record of the certificates In
filled by the registrar's office of the Treas
ury Department in compliance with the
acts for riulHt!n;r the grants of land ap
propriated Tor military tervices, passed
Jbiw 1 . 17fiG, and March 2, 1799.
For a number of years Mr. Etdrick hail
soegfet to dispose of this record to th? pov
orwrwnt, but tin? price at which he was
witling to dispose of it was ei teemed too
high. He died bont two years ago, after
barittG lwiunted Uh Department or the In
terior for ciaay years, and several mem
bw of hie family are living in Ohio.
Sir. Deeble, one of tlie veterans of ibe
Laixi Office, thought Uh- theory of As
sistant Commissioner Bower untenable, and
that U documents could not have formed
a part of the Kendrtck collection, brausr,
pro-H-rty. they b -loused to the depart
ment, and could have been wit of it
except by wrong-doiii. In addition to
Uh- wrttfioates and IttHd grams and re
ts found, tlieri' were discovered a large
uomber of letters of a semi-official nature.
Tites were properly endorsed as having
been received by tlie otflce, answered and
filed away In the departmental archives.
A ls-po number of strictly personal let
ters re in tin mass, and nme of these
would make mighty inieresung reading
It b a case of passing htrargenrss to tbe
offfofais of the General Land Office.
RECORD OF THE COURTS.
Qovwtat -Appeals CJilcfJusUee Alvey.Atsociate
Jmtfom Morris and Ehepard. Admissions' Roser
A- 6rac No. 4-47. Uackirit . Wlllofily;
xaoU U atMBle ordered to be heard Thursday,
JL.PM iS Hx parte Jotae E. Jrwn et l.; ml to
fctw fiaie ordered Ut lfwe. No. 412, Donaldton
. Wrififct, OoHmlovr of I.lr. ic.;rppl
an embatttHl. No. 436. EJ. Peek et al. ts.
Hrtck;o ixmttmx. Ne.4SS, CrofHT vs.Mdine;
oacr. naacr reverted 1 iart and aPiM-al dl-raUved
fr M firt;coB to be paid out or ectaie; opinion
by Mr. CMet JtifUce Al-ey. AsstRiinwiit No.
480. oa Utal; rej;ar, Kog. 485, 438, 4tt-443,
44, 47.
1'inWi' owrt Justice Hasir. rroceNllip
In uftelot asfoHowa: itultaa abarider; -nrill Wed.
MobertH Av4pryorderatbortzli,cex.ecatflKUiiiAr
balance of CMMsei fee. 300. rranct Maaun; 'Will
tfled Marr E-Cart4;-crUiiiartlsll-praTtd. EbH
Fwstor; pvtlo of t'oplila roctrr rorlrttc-rs of nl
attnkvCrxtiou totcMie to Wra. U.DennUfUd. Sim
ihI Xomteat; omit m& copy of dtcree li rqcity No.
13.S8 rjttna. Peter UcKRroari; itetttiort of John
J. 3rtmOf forlettomof admtnlbt ration nied. Illal
Mais: tatanit and reiKtrt of Pmfah T". Main, tx
coatftx. U'5- OV-or-e Harriett on; petition of
Jotw 3 V'llmartli. executor, for lufclrcrUons and
nottoe Ot rij)taUoii of same fllrd. Virginia A.
EaBk; proof of imbttcaUon and letter rrom Jabua
JthodtrHed;ordprajiixluUnj;Urc W smith nl
ratateUator: bond. $C,iMMl Jano H. Slanim: Trill
THed Jane F. Klojifer; rccelit of dictribatees
filed I.eaa Sfiay HaldwlnjtrlllorJannaTjtt. 1675,
retairaed by com iHlKklonervrUti tcetlmon jr attar Bed.
FrMtertet DoHKltss; trill cdetttted t prolat- and
record to personal tnlc In this Jurisdiction;
odr appointinj; Ileh-n Jhmi;l.ii and'I.rwli II.
Doul) adniinUtratorii c t. a.; tond, SC0,KXJ;
order denying petitlm of Itohetta I- Slrazac.
ClrOBtt Court. Ko. 1 Jotloo Rradley. CalTln
Lewore . n. i V .11. It. ro.;Teidlet for defend
ant. MoCtotlan vk IMnirict of Columbia; JadR
ment In rertierarl Denfsou t. Pnsoott; JdK
SMiBt fcy default, ptone t. UcConvllle; Judgment
By drfnult. i'.IHer, ons & Co. v. nemneim; tlo.
G eotire, M . Howe v tenders & Stay man; verdict for
defendant for retern of property replevied and 1
cent damages for Its detention or J 110 darraKC
In lfc a thereof TL"m f Polo vn. Matthews Jlc
Cttr:vertflctferi.lKltirfforSr0 damacen Llttle
lord vs. JHion;fc Judcment on vertllot for defend
ant for return of property or ?17 31 datuaKes.
HurdmoHd -vs U. ll.Vutual Aid sc-rv. Judgment
on Terdict for defendant OePue rjt Uouid; Judg
zMt by oosfexslnn foridalntiffof $103 IS. interest
aadoofcta. Inward N.irbtlsail vs.HeajerA Fetxer;
on lilai AsHicnment No. 7.1C, on trial; regnlar,
atrlatr. No 7TO; N. 721.784, 7iC, CBS, hOJ,
604. SOC, 610. 610.
I'xmtty court, No 1 Jintloe Cox. Taylor v.
Tayior; hale filially confirmed ami oanse referred
to aotHtor O'Hanlon ts. O'Hanlon; testimony le
fore"Clarle E Thorn, examiner, ordered taV.en.
JLunan t. Clifford; pro oonfeso vs. Certain defend
ants onlored. Pult vs. liroofca; re-lnvetmnt of
UOe; "W. A. Gordon trnotee to "invev. .4.
sMHi vk. KaCkston; api)e.aBee of absent defud-
Ht ordered PoaxXi vk. liiddie; appearance of '
abHeat dWndoDtx ordered. Assignment No
J5Rty Court, No. 2 jBBtlce Hcner. Ilantion
V&. VMiwi et si.; Mil diMniated as to defendant
WaMroa Hoirlrtt ts Couslan et a!.:order releas
lr ptircnaer and for return of dejioNit. V. S. vs.
fiords et 1. ; suit revived and Eliza I-., Edward C,
SotMrtB. and Arthur i'eter.SaraoN.Dunlop, Mary
A. T)awoo and Katharine G. Nelson made partlen.
Hasnoa t. Waldron et I.;orderon complainant to
tke farther proceediaii.
Orioibtl court. No 1 Justice MoComf.-Wm.
VBiauw. bOHBebreaLIni;; bencb -Warrant retarned
"aetd;" arraigned: plea not uliiy; bail fixed at
S1.6O0. Km. "William, larceny; arraigned; plea
ut jrauty; boll rixed at S1.5O0.
Cttmiual Court. No. 2 Justice Cole. Thotaas
J. Taylor, rounler; on trial.
Xotos From tho Conrts.
Calt. Henry TV. HotPKate tvaB broesht to court
oMerday moraine on tin- nerr Indictments for ar
raicameat. bat bis counsel, Mpsts TVortblnston
and "WHson, were necessarily .tliMJnt. It Is under
Kteod they -wish l-o make n flKht uion tecanlejill
tles, n In the other cae, and the arraignment
"TCa ltrMmed UH twmorrovr The trial "vlll prob
uUr beet far a date near the middle of May.
Th reading of testimony In tbe Gordon divorce
iult Whs Qrmtlnued before Juli;e Hacner yesterday.
It may be coneladed to-day and a decision ren
dered next TveeU.
A. vcrdlctfoT the defendant 'Was returned yester
day 1b the salt of Calvin Lenore niralnst the Dal
Umre and Potomac IlaUroad company for ?5.O00
damaKeo for Illegal arrest "while returni-.s from
toe nooning's race track tnrce years ago. He enld
be paid his fare.
H. li. nlau and A. H. L.imWe yesterday saed
t reform a tract deed, sn a to enable E. n.Hay
and John Uurkart, as trnstew. tot-ll lot 14,pjoarc
S. Their imrpose Is to maVe n gift of tbelr
nterests to the children, "who Inherit part of the
Catne iiroperty.
o
SI. 25. To DnKlniorrnnd Return. $1.2.!.
The Pennsylvania Railroad will sell
Saturday, April 20th, and Sunday, the 21et,
geod rvtnrnlng until Monday, the 22d, ex
owrainn tickets to Baltimore at rate of $1.25.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
I WILL GUAEANTEE TO CURE ANY
case ot tuberculosis consumption) catarrh,
or bronchitis that I undertake. No cure;
no pay. Consultation free. Addrecs
HUMANITY, this office, m30-lm
REMOVAL SALE
"Watches, Diamonds, Clocks, Silverware,
&c, at greatly reduced prices at TAPl'AN'd
Jewelry and Optical Store, G01 9th St. a vr.
Will remove to 003 9th St. nw. . May X rar2T-ltn
HELP WANTED
WANTED Two gentlemen and lady can
vasers forlrallding and loan association; to
tho right parties pay better than a Gov. po
sition. Apply 12 o'clock, Boom 2. 130-1 P
6t. nw. aprll-Ctd
Washington Medical and Surgical
INSTITUTE,
002 F Street North west. Washington. D. C,
Treats all chronic, nervous, and blood diseases,
alcoholism and opium habit
SPECIALTY Kidney and Bladder Troublo,
Piles. Fistula, Stricture, &c
PRIVATE Diseases positively and ponna
nently cured.
Lost Manhood restored. Consultation free.
Office hours, 9 to 12 a. m.; 3 to 6 p. m.
t -
Easter Bells are'RIriRlng
Their merry marriage chimes;
PrisclJla's got a Husband
Through a "Want Ad." In The
Times.
AMUSEMENTS.
rRAND OPERA HOUSE.
.
VX Edward If. Alien, Manager.
MME. REJANE.
TO-DAY AT 2 TO-NIGHT AT 8,
MME SANS JENE; Thursday. M V COUSINK:
Friday, DIVORCONS; Saturday Matinco.
SAl'l'HO: Saturday uiqht, April -0, Shnldou'a
CINDERELLA Next week Smart uobson.
APBIL"23.
W.0GTAH
Romantic Opin by 'jailand and Grime
Given uudsr auspices DAISY CHAIN GUILD
for Co itagious Hospital Fund
Prices si 50. $l.C0,75c. nndCOc.
bt-vra now at mltzerotts
ACADEMY. rricos 23c, 0c..3e, $1.00.
Wed. and Sat Pops. 25:-. A 50a Re3orvod,
George Thalcher and
Carrol! Johnson's
Minstrels
50 1 Famous Minstrel Favorites 1 50
Aj ril 9, Hiurich's Grand Opera Co,
T7 ERNAN'S LYCEUM THEATER,
IV All This Woefe.
THE FRENCH FOLLY COMPANY,
l'xesontin j tho
JAPANESE LlVl.vG PICTURES.
Next week Sam T. Jack's E.tra.vagauzn Ca
THE CORCORAN GALLERY OK ART
The last night exhibition t the tseasnn will
bo on FRIDAY' EVENING, Apr.l 19, 1893,
froni 7 30 till 10 o'clock. Admittance free.
By order F. S. RAREARIN.
apl7-3t Curator.
VfATIONAL THEATER.
X One week, commencing Monday, Aptll 15.
Cu'.y Matinee balurday.
FANNY DAVENPORT
Tggffggff? GISMONDA
Groat Cast, Ueiwlel byVELHOCHNE HcDOW
EI.L. Prices, $2, gl.50, SI and 50i
Next vieek illssAd.i lieiian.
PLANKEp SHAD
Marshall Hall
SUNDAY, APRIL 21, JS&V
And overy Sunday daring April and May.
Steamer Chas. Macalester,
Will Lcavo Seventh-street liar at 11 a. m.
j. ml '2Z0 i. ni.
FAKE, ROUND TRIP 23c
DINNER, 75 CENTS ajiC-U
SIITI CD'C BIJOU Se
BUiLbHb theater I
Seats 25c and50c
EASTER MUX-
DAY MATINEE.
This Weei EDMUND COLLIER in
THE CROSS ROADS OF Lli'E.
JACK McAULlFFH, champion Lightweight of
tho world, and JACK DOLAN, in four
scientific bonis at every performance.
Next Weel: Tho Great SUE CO.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
First Presentation of
CORONET AND' COIN
Comic Opera, in Thiw Acts by Mcsrs.
Fort, Hub Smith and MacLeod.
FOR THE BENEFIT OF
The Children's Country Home,
APRIL 25.
Under trie auspices of the following named
patronesses:
Mrs. Calvin Brice, Mrs.RandolphMcKim
Mrs. JohnS. Billings. Mrs. Fred'k McGuire
Mrs. Buckingham, Slrs.EdwardilcCauley
Mrs.F.E.Chadvrick, Mrs.TUrhd. Mulligan,
Mrs. Bancroft Davis, MrE.FraiicesNaSh,
Mra.EozierDulaney, Mrs.CarllBlePatterson
Mre..TohnV.r.Fosier, Mre.J G.Parke,
Mrs. Chas. Glover, Mrs. Joiah Pierce,
Mrs. Horace Gray, Mrs. Pelletv,
Mrs. Phoelw Hearst, Mrs. J.D Patten,
Mrs. Reynolds Hitt, Mrs. R. S. Pfienix,
Mrs. Arch. Hopkins, Mrs. T. Nelson Page,
Mrs.MayoHazelline, Mrs. John F.Rogers,
MiB'Herbert, Mrs.R.G. Rutherford,
Mrs.DanieiS.Lamont,Mrs.J.M Schofield,
Mrs. W.8. Lincoln, The Misses Schonck,
Mrs. Blair Lee, Mrs. "Wm Wmthrop,
Mrs. Alex. B. LvgareMrs. Westinghouse,
Mrs. L-Z. Leiief, The Misses Wilkes.
. -Ticsels may bo obtained from tho ladv na-
j tronosses and at Metzerott's Music Store, 1110 F
sireei noritiwest
AUCTION SALES.
TO BUY, SELL OR EXCHANGE A
horse, carriage
or HARNESS,
-CALL AT-
S. BENSINGER'S
Horse and Carnage
Bazaar,
940 LOUISIANA AVENUE.
The Largest Stock of
CARRIAGES,
BUGGIES,
SPRING
WAGONS,
Carts and Harness in this
city.
AUCTION SALE OP
Horses, Carriages and
Harness
EVERY
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
. 10 A. M.
M. B. LATIMER & CO.,
General Auctioneers
and Appraisers,
SELL EVERYTHING.
REAL ESTATE, LEGAL AXD GOVEKNMEXT
SALES, a:TD SALES AT PKIVATE RESI
DENCES," HOTELS, &c, a specialty:
A2sY COMMUNICATION ADDRESSED TO W19
G STREET WILL RECEIVE PROMPT AT
TENTION. il. B. LATIMER STC0.,
Auctioneers,
Late of Latimer & Sloan.
FOUND.
FOUND Tlie best paint mixers and
Btaln fixers at 714 K et. utv. There you can
get tho best gloss stains at $1 per gallon.
The best English oxide roor paints. YOUNG
& CO. . m 30 Smoa
ACADEMY l"TtZ
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' f Situations War
AT1?C. J Help Wanted.
".lXVO. ) Boarders, Hous
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Situations
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Write ycur advertisement on nbdvo blank and Bond lb The Times office, cor. Pennsylvania ave. and Tenth at
IT WILL BE INSERTED TWO TIMES" IN THE WASHINGTON TIMES.
m$mis
MONEY TO LOAN.
M01
ONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE.
LIF5 OF BORROWER INSURED
For amount advanced; easy payments; about
ecual to rent
R. L. GOODMAN,
JaSO-Smo C03 13 h St. uw.
MONEY TO LOAN, fi and 6 percent.,
on District property.
J. B. WTMEK. Seal Estate,
COS 13th st. Ja23-3m
Money TO LOAN on city awl country
property, at 5 and G per cent.
DAVIDSON & DAVIDSON,
Ja21-3m 11 13SS F .st. iivr.
$1,000 TO $100,000, at 5 nnd 0 per
cent.; no clolav on first-dnss Fecurlty.
1 BAKER & LA MPTON,
mr31-lm 13th and Fsts. J
MONEY TO LOAN First trust on city
piopirty only,, to Lc paid back in small
monthly payments.
On $1,000, monthly paymrnt SD.31
On 2,000, monthly payment 18.G2
On S3.000. monthly payment 27.93
Above payments include interest.
JAMES G. JESTER, G3U F st. n.tv.
Ja27-3tno
oomft AT FIVE PER CENT.
Want to
iO0JJ place innr
mined lately.
HILL .t JOKN?ON,
l.VW Peun. Avenue.
MONEY TO LOAN $1,000 TO SlCO.OOO. AT 5 '
per cent, i n ral estate ocurlty. No do- J
lay. W.M U. SAUNDERS A; CO., j
lay.
inrir)-3ni03
1407 P at. nw.
"VfONEYTO LOAN ALL CLASSES OP ItrAL
il estate loans inaile with proiniitness at cur
rent rates. THE MClACHLE.S' HEAL SsTATH
AND LOAN COMPANi. corner 10th and G sta.
niv. fei7-tf
5 AND 5 1-2 PER CENT.
Money to loan on real estate In any sums
from 51,000 to $50,000. WESCOTT,
WILCOX &. HIESTON. Ifa07 Pa. ave. n.w.
apG-lm
itfjpONCERNING LOANS AND J?r'EST
J inenta.' Read Uils booSler carefully
before borrowing or investing. Call and get a
copyfica D. IL WARNER Jc CO., 91b I' st. nw.
fe22-.Jmo
M
ONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES OP
intoreat ou Vi ashlngtou real eatate.
J. v. -N. lit lUh.,
fe23-tf IMj Pa. ava.
T ASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN COMPANY
V i will loud you 20 and upward oa furniture,
planoe, horses, wagons, eta; no publicity nnd
property to remain in your undisturbed poa9
fcion: loans paid In Dart or in full at auy tirao to
suit the convenience of tho borrower, and any
part paid reduces tho cost of carrying tho loan
in proportion to the amount paid. WASHING
TON MORTGAGE LOAN COMPANY, bio P st
n. w.
MONEY TO loAN-IN ANY SUMS DESIRED
At 5 and fi por cent.
WALTER IL ACKER,
aSl-3nio 70t lfth st. nw.
nrONEY TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNI-
turo, pianos, horses, carriages, wagons, x. tho
property will remain undteturbod, in your pos.
session; terms ensy; lowest rates; prlvnto offices;
all business strictly confidential; you can bara
tho moDey tho day you apply for it; payments
can ho ms.de on tho principal at any time; each
payment made -nilllessou tne cost of carrying
tbe loan.
Please call on
CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO.,
C03 F sL nw., main floor.
MONEY
To loan. If you deslro to borrow on roal estate
como direct to ray offlco; lntorost 5 per cont
aCD-Cm THOS. F. BARRETT, 51!) 12th st. nw.
TT K. FULTON'S LOAN OFFICE. 3318 PA j
JUL ave. n. w. .bstatuisneu in Win. .Money
loaned on watches, diamonds, Jewelry, silvor
waro, etc. buccLil bargains In watches, jewelry,
and silverware. fe20-Gino
lowcat rates of intorest; no delay in closing
transactions. 0. C GREEN,
jnij-lm 303 7th st nw.
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE AT
and6 por cent Loans made without delay.
CUAHLES W. HANDY,
fe24-t! ClOlSthst nw.
LOST.
LOST On the conduit road, a lady's
gold watch. The finder will bo suitably
rewarded by returniug same to R. W.
GRANDFIELD. 411 7th St. nw. It
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS.
TIMER ARE HARD, so don't wait until
your roof rusts, teaks, and you'll need a
tinner. Have your roof painted with
Dixon Graphite Paint; it lasts from eight
to fifteen years. We use and sell it. All
leaks kept stopped free; work guaranteed.
Guarantee Paint Company, office, 615 E
st. nw. House painting and decorating.
WantedTry Rubber Roof Paint.
WE STOP ALL LEAKS FREE
And chargo only for painting; work guaranteed.
NAT. RUBBER ROOF PAINT CO , lOil 8th nw.
WANTED ALL BEER DRINKERS TO CALL
at Bush's now place, 817 7th st nw., and
getanlco cold bottle of beer for 3 cents.
nu21-lyr
IF YOU wish perfect comfort use Bailey's
truss; satisfaction given or money ielundecL
Room 15, 609 F. Price, S3. References,
nil the leadinir nhvs cfans. ir0-lm
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE Scotch collies, pugs, fox
terriers and setters' puppies cheap.
"SCHMID'S BIRD STORE," 1221 Pa. ave.
nw. apl6-3t
ONE CARLOAD of guaranteed Virginia
horses from Woodstock, Va.; workers nnd
drivers; guaranteed for Virginia horoes.
DOUGHERTY & LASKEY , 1109 B st. nw.
ap!4-7t
OLD PAVING MATERIAL Granite
and trap blocks, cobble and rubble from the
9th street horse railway, now being re
constructed. Apply to E. SAXTON, con
tractor, or to C. J. ORTLIP, at yard, 123
G st. no. ap7-14t
OCEAN STEAMERS.
North German Llovd Steamship Co.
MEDITERRANEAN SERVICE.
To Gibraltar, Genoa.
Kaiser W. H., May 4, 2 p. m Genoa
Worm, May 18, 10 a, m Genoa
Ems, Juno 1, 11 a. m Genoa
Werra, June 23, 10 a. m Genoa
Kaiser W. II., Jtily 13, 10 a. in. Genoa
Wcrra, July 27, 10 a. m. Genoa
Return tickets avallablo from Mediterranean
or from Bremen, London, or Havre.
OELRICUS &. K.O., '2 Bowling Green, N. Y.
E. F.DROO!,925 Pennsylvania Ave.,
Agent for Washington, D. C.
avxriQ
Gbvzvtiszmmh
Wanted, 20 Words
i, 20 Words
ises. Kooms or Aoartments to LET.
Is
PERSONALS
PURITY, Beauty, and Economy; every
every family can t;el it now; poivdered but
ter milk Bfikltif; Powder. Sti.d Icr a can
now. All line grcc6rs. a!7-7t
S20 WILL do what? It -will paper your
house with first-class paper; wois Kuar
nnteed. Send poblal and will call and Rive
estimate and designs. CB7AS. N. EYANS,
222 13th fct. sw. al7-7t
I AM NOT A COUNTESS nor a Gypsy
queen; am not a teventh daughter: was not
born with a caul; am not tornethin? new
nnd Just arrived, tut am MME. FRANCIS,
one of the oldest cstnllished mediums, and
am here to stay. Am not indorsed by the
clergy, but am indorsed by some of tho most
learned and lntlueiitial people of our c.ty
and many others; am liro to help all those
that are in tiouble. Lile given, from cra
dle to grave Cards. 25; trances, 50.
Hours, 0 to 9. CG Fast Capitol Rtrcct.
Those that arc in trouble call and be con
vlnmL ap!G-7t
npne C ZiV WONDERFUL CLAIR
rrvvr. V.L--V I j voyant and uieillcin,
tells your life from cradloto grave; every hidden
mybterj" revealed; tells tho business tliat will
brius you greatest success; in lovo allairs he
never Tails; unites separated, recovers, losses;
causes speedy uianlagos; removes eril Influ
ences; foretells with n certainty all commercial "
and busine s traiiaictlcna: twelve years estab
lished. Ladles and geu lemen, 'X cents each.
Hours 0 to U; open Sunday. 4s'y U St., bet 44
and Cth sta sir.
?uMI". GOFF, the renowned clairvoyant,
has arrived In the city, has taken rooms at
718 11 th st. nw.; can be consulted on the
past, present and future; advice on all busi
ness matters; consulted from 0 a. m. till
0 p. m n!5-7t
fMErBROOKE"tells'"all the events of
life: all business confidential; ladies and
gentlemen, 50 cents each; hours, 0 a. m.
to 9 p. m. 605 New York ave. nw.,near
Gth kL al7-14t
MRS. E.MtNEIL.SpIritual-Meduim, 1914
Pa. ave. nw., nasno "aualmclairvoyantnnd
spiritual tests. Will bo at homo daily for
pr.vatc consnltntions from 9 a. in. to 7
p. in. Business examinations a specialty;
witisfaction guaranteed.' apl0-7t
WILL PAPER your Iioues rrom S20
np: first-class paper and first-class work.
Send postal and will call and give esti
mates. CHAS. Ts EVANS, 222 33th st
sw. alO-7
"Look Papa."
THE ELASTIC PROP: PAINT CO.
willpalnt the roof of anyl "welling In the
city" for $3.50; leaks patxned free; sure
remedy for damp walls; guaranteed. 015
E nw. alO-tf
WANTED The address of every person
who 1ms been trying, to make crayon por
traits for Northern artists "who advertised
for assistants. Address ARTIST, this
o f fiee. np!4-7t
ARIST0S, the best "blood purifier. Will
cure Syphilis, ScrofularEczema.and all bad
blood disorders. All druggists. Price
50c and $1.00 ' a9-lmo
NOW is the time you'll want a new suit.
What's tho matter with, getting a good one,
tailor made, but very "'slightly" worn, at
figures half their original cost. Call and
save money. JUSTH'S OLD STAND,
G19 D St. n-v npl6-7t
GLACE A French remedy; -will posi
tively cure chlll3, malaria and rheu
matism; for sale by ill druggists; price
25 cents. a6-lm
Just openod. Pcientlflo mas
sage, vapor,plain, and sea-salt
iSMWlJMU E restful and curative. 9 a.m. to
9 p. in. M.ME. BURNETT. 512 E st. nw.
Apr7-tf
House Painting and Decorating.
Drop postal for low estimate. Dixon Graphite
paint on tin roofs lasts from S to IS years.
ALL LEAKS STOPPED FRET..
GUARANTEE PAINT CO., Ofllee, 615 E st nw.
T A FlTTTQ NEEDING CONFIDENTIAL
JLjIjl.XJ XHjKJ treatment Asafeanrtsure
relief In all female trouble; constipation,
irregulnrit'cs, tumor, cancer, opium habit,
fistula, etc. Separate rooms lor patients
before and during confinement, and unit
homes fox in.'ants if required. Stnctlv con
fidential. Address P. O. Box 316. Wash
ington. D. C.
MME. ESTELLE tells all the events ot
life In German and English; hours 9 a. m.
to 10 p. m.; 25 and 50 cents; cures all
cases of running or dry sores; 913 19th
st. nw. m24-lmo
MME. BROOKE tells all the events of lire.
All business confidential. Ladles and gen
tlemen. 50c. each. Hours, 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.
605NewYorkave. nw .iiearGthst. a3-l4t
DR. LEON,
G1 Missouri Avenue Northwest
OFFICE HOUUS, 10TO1, 0TO5.
ARRY PAKE, PRINTER, JOT F ST. 30 VIS
iting cards, equal to engraving, S3 cents.
Other work in proportion. Mall ordors, with
cash, filled. Nuf ced. mrlO-d&slmo
DR. TAYLOR, 9CG FST. NW., MAKES FULL
sets of teeth for $3; satisfaction guaran
teed; tooth extracted without pain; gold Ail
ing, fi; amalgam, 50 conts. mr7-3m
DR. JOHNSON TREATS ALL CHRONICNER
vous. and blood diseases, alcoholism and
opium habit; specialty: Kidney and bladder
tiouble, piles, fistula, e trlcrure, eta; private dis
eases ' positively and permanently cured; I03!
manhood restored; consultation free; cfilce
hours, 9 to U a. m.r i to S p. m. 1303 -Marion
st. nw. feS-3m
MRS. R. E. BLAIR has re
moved to 1113 Gst. nw. (over
Mrs. C. Stioblo's). The latest
modes of arti3tlc dross
making at shortest notlco.
PRIVATE DETECTIVE Strictly con
fidential; highest reference; honest work
guaranteed (shadowing). MORGAN
BRADFORD, Jr., Office and Residence,
121 2 New York ave. nw. mar25 -1m
J. T. WALKER SONS, 204 10th st. nw.,
carpet lining, felts, fire brick and clay,
asbestos, paints, brushes, lime, cement, two
and three-ply roofing material. mar21-lm
STORAGE.
STORAGE WITH INSURANCE.
Cash advanced on goous stored with us.
Wo sell all kinds of goods at public auc-
tlon. Goods received for storage or salo
at any timo. t r
JOSEPH BROTH E ItS k CO., AUCTIONEERS,
G37 LA AVE;.
PROPOSALS.
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS,
D.O. Washlngton,April8, 1895. Sealed
proposals will be received at this office
until 11 a. in., April 20, 1895, for fur
nishing water meters. Specifications
and blan'r forms of proposal will be fur
nished upon applibation to this office.
J. W. ROSS, GEORGE TRTJESDELL,
CHAS. F. POWELL. Commissioners D. C.
apll,12,13, 15,16, 17
Blank M
lOc.
25c.
:Gcod WeefcDays:
: and Sundays. :
SOc.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED A white Gorman p'rl 5 do
general housework; must stay at nijiht.
Apply with references at 407 G st.ne.al7-2t
WANTED Ladles who aie wilhnR to de
vote a few hours a day to light pleasant
employment at ood wages to call at GOG
E st. nc. after -t p. in. It
WANTED Middle-aged white woman as
chamlx'rmalU. HOY'S HOTEL. &th and
D sts. nw. aplG-3t
WOMAN TO COOK, WASH, AND IRON.
apl6-3td 724 12th st. nw.
COLORED WOMAN TO COOK, WASH,
and Iron; stay at nights. C. SCHNEI
DER'S, Fin. ave. bet. 10th and 11th sts.,
bet. 8 and 12 a. in. aplG-3td
WANTED Cook at 417 K nw. alo-3ld
WANTED Seamstress.
a!5-3td 927 l-2Eet.nw.
HELP WANTED MALE.
WANTED Three coat hands and three
each 011 vests and pants. Apply E. FER
RARO, 622Pa. ave.. 2d floor. a!7-lt
WANTED Physician for office work
in aniedleal institute. Call o r address Wash
ington Medical and Surgical Institute. 602
F st. 11 w. t apl7-3t
WANTED Two G. A. R. men at $10
per week. R. A.DINSMORE,
apr!7-2t 618 G Et. nw.
WANTED Canvassers wanted by old
established life insurance company; im
mediate benefit; good pay and no lapses.
Address M. B.. this office. apr!7-2t
MAN about 2S or 30;salary and commis
sion; sttady employment; no triflers need
apply; refs. required. NATIONAL POR
TRAIT COMPANY, 931 N. H. ave. nw.
al7-2t
WANTED A boy from 14 to 16 years of
age to learn the drug business; mutt be well
recommended. Apply at 1101 Pa. ave. se.
, al7-lt
WHITE BOY
apl6-3td
At 404 5th Bt. nw.
OFFICE BOY; WAGES, $1.50 PER WEEK;
must write fnlr hand. ATTY, thLs of
fice. apl6-3td
BOY ABOUT EIGHTEEN AS CART DRIV
er. Cor. Foxall and Conduit road. alG-3d
WANTED By young man place as clerk
or collector: bond if required; best of refer
once. T. H. K. al6-3t
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE
WANTED A position as clerk or collec
.tor by a gentleman 25 years of age; best of
references furnished. W. W. W., this office.
apr 17 -2t
A DRIVER.
al5-3td
F.S., this office.
ANY KIND OF WORK.
a!5-3td S.J.S.,thi80fflce.
BARTENDER 28 years old; good mixer.
al5-3td G.M.,thisoffice.
BELLMAN OR ELEVATOR BOY.
3dandInd.ave.nw.,Butler'sDrugStore.
aplG-3td
BUTLER BY YOUNG MAN.
apl6-3td 439 Del. ave. sw.
DRIVER AND CARE OF HORSE.
apl6-3td No. 4 Pierce st. nw.
PLACE IN OFFICE OR ELEVATOR BOY.
ap!6-3td 1737 Oregon ave.
POSITION, POULTRY OR EGG HOUSE;
understands dry picking poultry. Poul
try, this office. al6-3td
WORK OF ANY KIND BY BOY.
apl6-3td 724 12th st. nw.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE
WANTED By woman, tome laurdry at
home or eivice place of auy kind. Apply
1723 K fct. nw. n!7-2t
CHAMBERMAID OR GENERAL HOUSE
WORK by colored girl. M. E. Harris,
this office. ap!6-3td
GENER ALHOUSEWORK by young colored
girl. Marie Jack3on, 12 Chester court nw.
ap!6-3td
GENERAL HOUSEWORK In small family.
ap!6-3td Sally Johnson. 12 Chester ct. nw.
LADY WHOunderstandsmaking beautiful
cakes of all kinds and also jellios, would
like for any one wishing same to leave their
orders at 1349 Wallach PL nw. al."-3td
BUSINESS CHANCES.
HERE IS A CHANCE for an active man
with $2,000 cash in a business that will
stand the closest investigation; no debts;
no credits; your money will be secured on
gilt edge real estate; this is no scheme or
patent; it is worthy of your iuvestiga
tidn. Apply EUGENE BO YENS & CO.,
Room 66, Washington Loan and Trust
Building, cor. 0th and F sts. apl7-4t ,
IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A Busi
ness opportunity and have some capital to
invest it will be to your interest to call
and seeus, as we handle only such busi
ness opportunities as will stand the closest
investigation. Wo guarantee all our
transactions. EUGENE BOYENS & CO.,
Room 6G, Washington Loan and Trust
building, cor. 0th and F sts. ap!7-4t
WANTED Second trust on improved
leased choice property northwest. Ad-
aplG-7t AT ONCEOWNER. thisoffice.
HOTEL DIRECTORY
RnnRfO CO CENTS TO $1.H -BY WEEK
UUlVlh UU S'is0 t0 $10- Hot water,
uymu uu heat, and bells nnd recall
bells in every room. MOUNT VERNON HO
TEL, 218 44 st. nw. fe25-tf
EBBITT HOUSE,
Washington, D. C.
H. C. BURCH, Mannger.
WANTED H0U8ES.
WANTED Smallfurnlsliedhouseor three
or four rooms for light housekeeping near
11th and F sts.
aprl7-3t P.O.BOX 624
MISCELLANEOUS.
S6 TrjERE ARE OTHERS" IN THE PRINTING
-L business, but few concerns like The Law
Reporter Company, of 518 Fifth., street north
west. You'll find It a positive relief to trada
thora. Do it M. W. MOORE. Mgr.
FOR RENT TYPEWRITER.
WANTED Bargains In typewriters; rent
ed at reduced rates, with privilege of pur
chase; soldon Instalments; perfoct machines;
guaranteed. 611 7th at. nw. mar23-3m
vva.
Here's a Feast
That finds favor with every partaker our 50-CENT TABLE D' HOTg
DINNER. Such delicious coo.ln? superior service and extensive
menu you'll not set elsewhere for double the prise. Wine served with
the meal.
S JMQ.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
In the following list houses for rent
are classified by price, thusenabllng
personslooklngrforhouses to see at a
glance what they can obtain suitable
to their means, savlng-them time and
the annoyance of havlngr to read ad
vertisements of houses, the rents of
which are either too high or too low.
5S.50 Fourth st. extended ne . 6 rs.
HEIsKELL & McLEKAN, 1003 F st. nw
$8.5067 M st. sw.; 5 rooms, wflter.
F. J. DISUDONNE,
$8.5 C 31lHIvnw..4r.
DEEULE, DAVIS Jfc CO.. 1313 F nw.
S9.00 613 Sheridan st. nw.; 5-rm brick.
DAVID D. STONE.fctBFst nw.
$9.30 32) L ne 1 wo.
DEEBLE, DXVU & CO . 1319 F sL nw.
10 liOl Ward Court nw.. Or., water (col).
.10.:'0 Ihl-J Snow's Court, bet 21th and 25th and
I and K sts. nw.; 5r. brick; good order.
LATIMER & NKSBIT. liKM G st.
S 1 1240. 242 Parker ne . Jr.
E T. KAISER. 810 P nw.
S11.S0 349 McLean ave. sw.. 5 rs:
HEISKhLL A: .VcLERAN. 1C03 F st nw.
SI 2.00 IIS M at. se.; Grs.. bath.
JAMES U. JESTER. 639 Fst. nw.
512.50 271B Poplar nw.. 6r. bk (cul).
DEEULE. DAVIS & CO.. 1319 P nw-
$12.50 1129 7th st. se..5r brick.
C. T YODElt. 615 E St. nw.
$12.6012 Patterson st. ne , 3 rs.
lihl&KELL JiMcLEltAN. lOOSFst nw.
SI 3.30-j L sL sw.. Gr.
PluGES & FAIRFAX. TCI 13th st. nw.
$15 1337 COth. rr and celiac
DEEBLE, DAVIS & CO., 1319 F aw.
$15.5012 E nw. 5 r. frame.
WALTER H. ACKER. 70i 14th nw.
S10.30 1E0U Thirteenth st. nw..Gr.
DIODES & FAIRFAX. 701 i2tht- nw
$18-llC5-:il7-li:3 Harvard. Col Hts .6r. frame.
DEEBLE. DAVIS & CO.. 1319 P nw
$18.50 1320 I3tb st. nw., 6 rs., wator.
HEISKKLL & MCLKRAN, I0u3 F at. nw
$ 1 8.50-227 and 229 10th ne.. Cr. and bath.
DtUJUC DAVIS & CO.. 1310 F nw.
518.00 10j2 and 1C0 1 dth st, Cr andlxith.
GjuUAM & CAMPBELL, 617 14m st
$20.00 1287 Pa. ave. nw Cd floor: 3rs.;nlce
order. LATIMER NiSUIT, 1201 G st
S20 1133 24th. Gr . bain, '-olored tenant
UlilCE fc LH'SCOMD, Hi 14th st
$201223 S, 6r. hot and cold water.
K. T. KAlSEit, S10 F nw.
S20.50 lOr. and bath. 621 L. st. ne.
THOS. F.EARRETT& CO., 519 12th.
S20.5C East Capitol st , 6r. frame.
JAS. Jl. YOKK & SON, 9U5 G st nw.
S20.50 1433 W.nr., bath, colored tenant
BRICK & I IPSCOMB. fili 14th st
$21.50 510 1st se.Cr. and bath.
DEEBLE. DAVIS Js CO.. 131U F nw.
S25.00 9r. nnd bath. 702 F st. ne.
THOS. F.BARRETTs C0..519 12th.
SC2.S0 615 East Capitol at: Sr. frame.
JAS M. YORK, & SOX, HH G st nw.
$22.50 103 Md. ave. sw.llr.
DIGGEo & FAIRFAX. 701 12th st nw.
S22.50 Fourth, near C no., Sr. brick.
JAS. M. Y'ORK & SON, 903 G st nw.
$22.50 1E03 9th st nw.; Or., bath: m. L
JAMti G. JESTER. E39 Fst nw.
S23.50 1429 N. J. nve, 7 is and bath, brick,
a. m. L LATIMER & NESBI 1 1204 G st
S23.00 7 rs. and bath. a. in. L. Fst nw.
W. L. WILKERSON, K33 Fst nw
$23.50103 E se.. Sr., a. mL
514 1st se., 7r. and catb, a. m. L
DEEBLE, DAVIS & CO., 1319 F nw.
825.00213 E st ne.: S:s., bath; m. I (April 23.)
f n .ti r-? u. U3Xlk, (J c sw iltf.
S-S.00 A st se.; Sr. urfek.
JAS. M. YORK & SON, 90S G st nw.
25 Bricfc house 1716 5th st nw.; 10 rs.
LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER. 92JF at nw.
S25 1219 32d at, 12rs & b.
i:03 Meridian ave. Mt P Sra.
DEEBLE, DAVIS & CO., 1319 F st nw.
S25.50 304 4th at sa.Sr. brick, allra. L
C. T. YODER, 613 E at nw.
25.50310 1st se., 7r., bath, a. m. 1.
DEEBLE, DAVIS CO., 1919 Paw.
S27 ISaiSthat nw., 2-story and basement
brick. H rs.. a m. L
C. G. RING WALT, Rcom S, Atlantic Bids.
S27.50 D17S st nw.; Sr., bath; m. L
S27.50 1209 U st nw.; Grs. and bath: recep
tion hall: in. L
JAMES G JESTER. 639 F st nw.
S30 125 Cth st aw., 9r brick, all mod; stable.
C. T. YODER, 61j E st nw.
S3 O Brick house 203 12th st nw.; S rs.
Brick house, part SOu 10th st nw.; 3 rs.
Brick storo lbl4 E sr. nw.
LOCLS P. SHOEMAKER. 920 F st nw.
3 a 00 310, 812 .tf. C. av. sa. dr., both new.
C. T. YODER. 613 Est nw.
S3 a 00 Two noors. tx60, corner 32d and 31
sta., over O'Donnel a druc atore; Una
location for pool rcom.
J. D. iULliVAN. 18th and G sta. nw.
$O."0 3313 N st nw.. 9 ra. and b.
HE1SKELL & McLEUAX, 1003 F at nw.
S30.5C 140 R ne., Sr., bath, kitchen on gr. ft
JOHN B. WIGHT. 1410 tf St
83O.50 4G E nw., 7r., m. 1.; 225 X. Cap. st
WALTER H. ACKER, 701 11th nw.
S31.5C 1327 ll at ne., S-atory and collar; 7
ra. and fine store; key at WHO H at ne.
C. It. R1NGW ALT, Room 3. Atlantic Bids-.
$32.50 2VC6 Nnw., lOr. and bath.
DttBLE, DAVIS & CO. 1319 F nw.
S3 5. 00 40 and 32 R st. ne.;9 rs. and b.; ra L
DKEBLE. DAVIS & CO.
S35.00 C3th and Lyles sta., Tennallytown, 13
room brick houso.
AV.M. BRlTr, Tounaltytowa. D. a
$35.10 1244 uth St., cor. store and dwelling, 7 rs.
HEIS1CELL & McLEitN, ICOi r st nw.
$35.50113 E nw., 9,-. ; 508 X. J. av , 9r.
1921 17th nw., Sr , m. L
' WALTER H. ACKER, 704 11th nw.
S3 5. 5 0-2729 P. 9r., now.
BKICfi Js LIPiCOMB, 612 14th st
$39 9ts. and bath, furnace, a. m L,G stnw.
W. L. WILKEhSON. C33 Fat nw.
$401401 Slat, 12r. f:ame, a. m. L
DIBBLE, DAVIS & CO.. 1319 F nw.
8A0.5C 1505-7-9 22d nw., 9r , new.
1C41 U nw, Ilr; 123 E nw., Sr.
WALTER H ACKER, 704 ltth nw.
40.73204 Indiana ava nw.; Sr. brick.
JAS. M. YORK & SONS. 903 G st nw.
S42.50 031 Md. avo no.; Ilr.: m. L
S42.50 033 Md. ave. no.: Ilr.; m. L
JAMES G. JEST'R. &!3 P st nw.
S45.00 1S21 Ricj-aplaeo nw. 0-story, 12-roora
bull brick.
A STRAUSS, C&J 7th st nw.
S45.00 1427 N st. nw.. G rooms.
JOHN B. WIGHT. 1410 G st. nw.
S50.00 430 II st. nw.. 10 rooms.
JOHN B. WIGHT. 1410 G st. nw.
5501330 Corcoran St., 10r.; tath, a.rn.i; 3lde lot
GRAHAM &, CAMPBELL, C17 Uth at
$50 134G Princeton, Col. Helshts. 12r.. new.
BRICE & LIPSCOMB, 61Z 11th st-
S52.50 Ilr. brick;E. Cap. st: brtckstabla.
JAS 31. YOKK & SON, 903 G at nw.
$C0 621 E. Cap., 12 ra and h., steam heat
IIEISKELL &MCLE1L3.N, 1003 Fat nw.
$00-1753 P, 10r., eta.
E. T. KU1SEB, 310 F nw.
$00 DeL av. & C stne., h'nds'mebr.st&br., I2r
JAS. M. YOKK & SOX, 90S G st nw
S63.00 2119 O st. nw.. 12 rooms.
JOHN B. WIGHT. 1410 G at. nw.
$732310 13th st. nw., 11 ra. nnd bt
HEISIvELL & McLERAN. 1003 F st nw.
S1C0-1412 1 st nw., IS rs , 2 b.
HEISKELL & McLERAN, 1008 Fat nw.
for rent
No. 1309 14th st. nw., 1 1 rooms and bath.
No. 1211 Q st. nw.. 10 rcomsand bath.
No. 1G11 lath st. nw., 10 rooms and bath.
No. 1602 Vermont ave., 10 rooms and
bath.
Above. houes can be rented at reduced
rates for tlie summer months.
A. HEITMULLER & CO.,
a5-tf 1S31 14th 9ft.
Bet. AH and 6th Sts., on Pa. Av.
j ancLOpposite B. and O: Depot-
FOR RENT BOUSES.
401237 7th st cw., store and cellar.
UEBKELL- & MCLERAN, 1003 Fst nw.
FOR RENT OR SALE-Number of sn
burbau honws, 5 to 17 rooms; low pnc
to good, parties; also Colton Point Hotel.
M. A. RALT.INGER. 1422 Fsr. nwm31 -tf
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FURNISHED ROOM
FOR RENT; centrally located. Apply
No. 722 Eleventh street northwest.
FOR SALE HOUSES.
$3,500 J500 cash balance in 23 veara will r-un
chase 3I.fi feet front, improved by S-roota
bricfc, nw.
J. D. SULLIVAN. 13th. and G sts. n.w.
$3,5C0 Seven-room iriok. and store; rents fos
42eoa
J. D. STJLUVANM3tH and G ata. n..
$4,000 9th nr. E st ne., S ra. H.: m. I.
JAitES G. JE&TEK, 6 F st nw.
?l,0CO Over G,G03 feet of ground nw.; improved
rent jib at i$i per month
J. D. SULLIVAN. 13th and G sts. n.w.
S4.2U0 Five small frames nnd Iarze side lot SK
J. D. SULLIVAN, 12tli and G sta. nw
$ff,U0O CoL H'chts. new. St. bath. ceL. fnrn. ht
PLANT Jt TURPIN. 1423 X. Y. ar.
SG.500 Or. bricfe, 1000 Va ave. sw.
LODIS P. SHOEMAKER. 923 Fat nw.
$6,700 (l near 16th.
JOHN B. "WIGHT. 1410 G at
TJCOO Rst. "West Ecicinjrten
JOHXR. UiaHT.141flGs:
$10,"C0 i Just weat of 14th.
JOUN E. 'VIGnT. lM Gst
811,000 Q. near 14th, with stable:
JOHN a. WIGHT. 1110 Gs:
15,500 Lat near Ilth. 14 rs. 2 b.
L. S. SMITH, 4t Ohio X. B. Bids
$C0,e00 Realdenco Iowa circle for SB&SQO.
L, S SMITH. M Obto X B. BWg
FOR SALE Only $1,550 for a 5-nx.rr
brick house ou lot 20xfc0 on L st. a-., rvaj
cable cars: a rare bar;ain. CHAS A
SHIELDS. 1405 F st. nw. a!7-3t
FOR SALE
DECIDED BARGAINS IN K. W.
INbTALLMSNT PLAN.
$50 CASH.
$20 payment each month will bayttodnslrsMf
new brick and stone dwel in jr. oa JCm st, -4
Drol t Part Prkr only $8,200.
WESTCOTT. WILCOX & HIESTOX.
1S07 Pa. ave. aei 6th and la. ara at.-la
STORES.
S55 Brlci 5re 91 D st nw.
LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER. 920 F st nw
FOR SALE LOTS.
Cor. 10th and D ne.. lots 15 by 73: wul
Bell low for cash.
JOHN B. WIGHT. 1410 G st. nw.
Terr desirable lot on ISth st. near Duront
Circle, at a special future.
JOHN B. "WIGHT. 1410 G st. nw.
A DESIRABLE coriM-r :n Fast Wasnirj--ton;
will sell at a bara.mf fold thismontli.
Easy terms. Call or addrrss
DEAN SWIFT, 214 D st nw.
al2-7t
SALE OR EXCHANGE.
9 rooms and stable, lot 100 by 223.
TH03. F. BARRETT &. CO.. 619 12th St.
7 rooms at Charlton Hefehts. ML; clear
of incumbrance.
THOS. F. BARRETT & CO. . 519 12th St.
Will trade or sell 7-roora house and store,
opposite Mahona site. retsonaWe.
J. D. SlLUVAN, 18th and G sta. nw
WE HAVE STOCKS OF3IERCHANDISB
of all kinds at manufacturers' prices to ex
change for farm,'?, building lots, or hoct'ot
equities in city property. If you have any
thing; to trade call awl see us orwrire for
list. EUGENE BOTENS & CO., Sorrt
66. Washington Loan aad Trust buPd
ing, cor. F and Dth sts. nw. apl-4t
WE HAVE THE LARGEST AXD MOST
complete lsst of real estate located In ail
parts of the United States, which, we own
ourselves, all of wha:h we wo Ud be willn
to exchange. If you have any real estate
or personal property to trade eall and s
us and we will make you. an offer fonr.
EUGENE EOYENS & CO., Romm 66, Loan
and Trust buildlns, cor. 9th and F sta. cw.
pl7-4t
RAILROADS.
RAILROAD,
CORNER OF SIXTH AND H
STREETS.
Jn Effect 12:01 A 3L, March 18. IS93.
10:30 A 31. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED P-iIT.
man Sleeping. Dinin?. SrcoiiBg-, and Oos-
vation Cars HarrisbnrK to Chicago, Cnfc.-.n
cati, Indianapoiia. it iouLs. Cleveland, aui
Toledo. buStit Parlor Car to Harrfaburs
10-30 A 31. FAST LINK. Pullman Buffet r'i--lor
Car to liarrisbortt Parlor aad Linij
I ars, Hatrlsbnrs to Ilttsboric
8:40 P. X CIliCAUO AN O bT. LOITS EXPRESS
I'ullmac Bullet Parlor Car to Harriaba.-.
Sleeping and Dining Cars. Karrbburrr tj '
Louis, Cincinnati. i.ouisv;l(e, aad Cnieagv
7U0 P. M. WHslEKN tXPREb.-. Pulim.3
Sleep:n?ar to Chicago, aad Harriaburg t
Cleveland Dining Car to ChtcageL
7-10 P. 31. felUTli-VKTKX iXPHSSS -Pn.
man bleeping aad Einnis 'ars to t-t Uxsi
and Sleeping Cr Hnrriaoars CiBcinci-i.
10:40 P. 3L PAC1HC EXPRESS Pulhnaa sleeps
ins Car to Plttebnrgi
70 A. M. for Kano, canntlalsna. Rcchc3-ar,
and Niagara Folia dr.iiy, except Sucdiv
100 A. 3L icr KUuira and Kenovi. daily. es ert
Sunday. For Willfctmapott daily. 3. K) P -U
7-10 P. 31. for Wtllinmsport. IJoohsatcr, Eu'vo,
aad Nlcs'i Falla daily, except tat :r ' ..,
with sleeplnp car Vp'oshington to Sospens: a
Bridge via Buffalo.
10:40 P. M. tor Erie, Canrndaigna. Rociea'er,
BuSnlo, and Niagara Falls dally; sleepmj
car Washington to tlmt.a.
For Philadelphia. Xcw York, nnd the "a;r
4.-03 P. 3L "CONGRESSIONAL LIMITED. -vA
Parlor Cars, with Dining Car front il.
more. for Now York dally, foe Phiiad-i v
week-days. Regular at 7 05 (Dining 1 .ir
7:2U. 9 CO, 10i tWuing Can, and ll.)U Dic
ing Carj a m.. 12 15, .13. -a, 6.10. 10a, an 1
11:85 p. 111. On iuaday. 7J (Uinln? Car
7rC0. U.C0, 10J (Dininj Car), 1L00 (Dlnln;
Car) a. m., WIS, 3.15. -4. 8H. 10.-00. an I
II 83 p. m. For Philadelphia- only. Fast fc.t
prea 7.53 a. in. weoi-daya. Express, 22)1
and 5.-10 p. m. dally.
For Beaton, without enunge, 7iX) a. ra. weaS
days, and 3:13 p m. dally.
For Baltimore, Gs3. 71K, 723. 750, 9.-70,
10.00, 10JO, HJW. and 115a a. ut. lil.
2.-0I. 313. 3 43, -1.03 Umlted, 430. 4.3 1 W.
G.03.840,7:10.10.-OU,H):H).ll 13. and 1133 p ra.
On Sunday, 73, 7 20. 3.U). 9 W. 9jX5, 10-jO.
10iW, HflO a. m., 12:15, 1:13,2.01. 3:15.T10 i 'J
Limited, 4;20, 5W, C.-03, 8.1U, 7-16. 10X0, Iu. w.,
audllj p. m.
For Popo's Vroek Line. 72S1, a. m. and 42S p -a.
daily, oscepc Sunday.
For Anapolia, VsJJ, a.OJ, and 110 a. m., and 4:23
p. m. daily, except Sunday. Sundsvs. 9 JJ
a. in. and 40 p. m.
Atlanta Coast Line. "Florida Special" Jo:
Jacksonville and St Augustine, 10.43 p ra.
week-tlays. Esp-ojs for Richmond, Ja'-
ville, and Tampa, 40 a. ni-.3J0 p. m. dailr-
Richmoud and Atlanta, S-40 p m. dallyv
Richmond only, 10.37 a m. weeSlays.
Accommodation tor tinantleo, 7?D a. m. daily,
and 4:23 p. m. week-dajs.
For Alexandria, t:0U, 6.3.', 7:43. 8:10, 9:45. 10.77
IliO a. m., 12 30, 1.10. 3 -.0, 1.20, S-xO, 37, b 15
S.02, 10:10, and 11 SO p .K. On Snn ay at t -0
7:43. 9:13 a. m., 2jI5. tl 15. S 02, and 10-1J p. m.
Leave Alexandria for Washington, S.03.6:4J.T 3
8.C0.9:10. 10:13, 10.3 it nr . l.na. 413, 3.0O VjSS.
5rf. 5-0 8.13. 7rf5), 7iSJ. :M. 10.S2. and 11-tB p.
ra. On Sunday at 0:4'5, 9.1(. lO.H a. m.,2 '.3.
5S). 7.-00, 7.20, 9:10, and 10AJ p. in.
Ticket offices, northeast corner of 13thstr"8';
and Pennsylvania ATentie, and at tho stuiuu.
Sixth and R Streets, whero orders can bo left for
tho chocking of biggago to destination from
hotels and residences,
S. 3L PREVOST, J. R. WOOD,
General Manager. Ueneral faaaomrer i
il& tfM lc? ira 5
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STATION
HYGIENIC IH.LTHFTL
THE HAltDEST THE DEST
MADE OPPLRESPRIXG WATER,
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