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THE WASHINGTON CBITIO, FEIDAY EVENING, FEBKFATIY 28, 181)0.
HltAUK UXT'S CAIlEHtl. Driven to n T.lro or Hlmtim by A Worth less Husband, It now dovelops tli.it Graco Ott's proper nnmc Is Qrnco Jefferson and sho Is llio daughter of worthy and respected parents In l'cnnsylvaniu. They are not aware of the chnrgo undor which sho lias been convicted In tho Criminal Court, but do know that her Hfo lu Washington has not conformed to their wishes or Ideas. They aro very anxious that sho should como homo Immediately, and letters aro being iccclved by her re peatedly, ashing why sho delays. This woman, known as Graco Ott In Wash incton, Is not credited with having a bad reputation beyond tho fact that she had given herself up to a Hfo of shame. Her complicity In tho thoft of Marccllus West's money Is tho first charge of n criminal nature that has been brongut against her. Grace Jefferson attributes her downfall ty a drunken and worthless husband, r no, she says, Is now a desertur from tho Marines. JIo has boon to sco her but once slnco she has been confined In jail and will probably not call thcro again undor fear of being tnken in custody and turned over to tho Government. If what Graco Jefferson says about this man bo truo ho ranks low down In tho scalo of degraded hu manity. Shortly after they were married Jefferson took her to tho house of Ids mother In Philadelphia, where tho young wifo was required to do all tho housework, and at nights compelled to solicit trade upon tho streets in order to supply her worthless husband with money to uso for drink. If sho did not succeed in this direc tion sho was frequently beaten, and subjected to other brutal treatment. Naturally tired of this modo of Hfo, Graco .Iclfcison left tho man who de based her for tho purposo of obtaining money with which to continuo his sprees, and camo to Washington, where sho has remained ever slnco. The worthless fellow followed her, but sho bad Httlo to do with him hero. A new trial having been refused her, an effort will be made on Saturday to havo sentence suspended, with tho un derstanding that tho wayward Grace shall return immediately to her homo in Pennsylvania and mend her modo of life. . iturlnl l'ermlts. Uurinl permits havo been Issued by tho Health Officer during tho past twenty-four hours as follows: John O'lkicn, 1 year; Elizabeth Crosrmn, !!5 years; "Frederick B. Oden, 21 years; Catharine Pope, 78 years; Henry lie Donald, CO years; B. JI. Dopcrinl, 23; Charlotte Chew, 81 years; Loulsla Hawkins, 5 months; "William n. Jones, CO years; George Williams, 9 days; Gcnrudo Carter, 4 months; Garnett Jfomnson, 8 months; John 0. Davis, !) months; Mary Y. Lewis, 23 years. J'orcor Watson Arraigned, The youthful forger, J. 31. "Watson, jr., who so successfully obtained, by means of forged checks, various sums of money from the Columbia National Bank ami tho AVcst End National Bank, was arraigned in tho Criminal Court this morning on an indictment contain ing fourteen counts. Young "Watson, who Is not yet 10 years of ngo, plead not guilty, with the understanding that ho could withdraw tho plea at some fu ture time if his attorney deemed it ad visable. A Hutch or Tliloves. The, trial of Michael Meany, Klchard Alcnny, Edward Cunningham, Leonard Ifinnlcum, and Frank Wynno, jointly indicted for the larceny of a watch from Fritz Glauccr, is In progress in tho Crimi nal Court. This Istho combination that is alleged to havo gathered around Glauccr on tho night of January 18 on Thirteenth street, and relieved him of the watch. Tho testimony was fhat tho Mcany hoys actually took tho watch, but that the others were alders and abet tors. Counterfeiters Arrested. . The chief of the United States Sccict Service is informed of the arrest by an agent of that service at Bear Creek Township, N. C, ou February 27, 1800, of Bryan Phillips, Allen W. Phillips and Gcorgo Washington Boroughs for making and passing counterfeit $1 sil ver coins. Fell On a Stove. An old lady living on Washington street, Alexandria, Jlrs. Morrison, dur ing a tit yesterday fell on a hot stovo and was very badly burned. Sho was unconscious, and but for tho timely ar rival of a neighbor sho would probably havo burned to death. Her condition is still critical; Hie Colored Convention Denounced, At the Central Bureau of Belief's meeting hist night Judgo Dawson of New Jersey denounced the recent col ored convention ond Its work, and Presi dent Carson of the bureau said that tho bureau was dissolved. The meeting adjourned till next Friday. Uliirrlage Licenses. Marriage licenses has been issued to John II. Knight and Mildred MacDan iel, Washingtonr George F. Plahcrty and Mary C. Turkcs, Georgetown; Ju lia B. Thompson and Mary Boss, Alex andria, Yn.; Frank J. Tharp and Kiln V. Bagley, Washington, D. C. Criminal Court Indictments. The following additional Indictments were handed to tho clerk of tho Crim inal Court today: United States vs. Thomas Galloway, housebreaking; "United States vs. Martin Laue, assault ing an olllcer; United States vs. Clar ence Jenkins, rape. Will Go to Until. Mr. Charles H. Hanscom, a draughts man in thu Bureau of Construction and repair, Navy Department, has resigned to tako a position with tho Bath Iron Works at a salary of $1,000 per annum. His resignation takes eU'cct.on March 10. Assaulting im Olllcer. Three colored men named Georgo Bced, Michael Green and Gcorgo It. Oifutt wero arraigned beforo Judgo Bingham this morning, charged with nmuiltlng an olllcer. They all pleaded not guilty anil wero assigned attorneys to defend them, I'liimpt Time to New York, The II. it O, expicss trains to Philadel phia und New York are making their rojfii fur schedule time with great regularity. With their lmmlsomo coach, parlor ami sleeping car equipment these trains afford the .Inest service to nil points In Kastcrn 1'enusylvunln, New York ami New Kng laud, ' Tim i:ho ciiuui. Ai.iUNV, N. Y, Feb. 28. Assembly man Peck will try to-day to bring up his lcsolutlon turning tho Erie Canal into tho hands of thu National Govern ment. I'tllillu Insinuation. The incoming olllcers of tho Depart ment of the Polomao. O. A. It., will bo publicly installed at 7:30 o'clock on Monday evening at tho Grand Army Hall. A number of prominent gentlemen havo promised to address tho meeting. It Ar'r'imns Instant, relief ami speedy euro to all sufferer from ihoumatlsm, Salva tion Oil1 All citizens troubled with roughs or colds jBliould f vkc U8v Br. Uull's Cough 8yruj. Tiii'.ni; wiiitii no itri.rs. Walker Dcfonts Goodwin In n Itcgtilnr Slugging .Mutch. Tho long-expected mill between James Goodwin and Charley Walker, two local middle-weights, for a purse of $100, look place last evening and turned out to be a brutal slugging match, neither man having a partlclo of sci ence, and biting, clinching and gouging being freely Indulged in. Only two rounds wero fought, when tho battle was awarded to Walker on a foul. Nearly 200 persons witnessed tho fight. Just beforo it commenced Good win advanced to tho centre of tho ring and offered to bet -toO on himself. Tho bet was promptly covered by Walker and tho monoy placed In tho hands of the rcforec. As no agreement had been drawn up between tho men It was do elded that tho fight would be under no rules, but would bo to a finish. In tho first round both men went at It hammer nnd tongs, and fought wildly. Goodwin hammered Walker's faco until it resembled a raw beefsteak. Tho lat ter meanwhile chewed vigorously on his opponent's fingers, wlilch led to Goodwin's making an attempt to gougo out Walker's eye. Claims of foul wero set up, but not allowed, and at tho end of tho round both men wero covered with blood. In tho second round tho samo tactics were renewed. Both wero biting, kick ing and gouging to their hearts' con tent. At length the crowd Interfered, when Goodwin was making an unusu ally vigorous attempt to remove his op ponent's eye, and foi a fow moments the sccno of tho light was a pandemo nium. Finally the referee awarded tho light to Walker on a foul. Both men were badly punished and their faces presented a horrible appearance. To Hasten the Millennium, Justice Harlan of the Supreme Court will preside over the nnnual meeting of tho Christian Arbitration and Peaco So ciety, which will beheld In tho Church of tho Covenant, corner Connecticut avenue and Eighteenth streets, on Tues day ovening at 8 o'clock. ThoTnccting will bo addressed by Dr. Boardman, Dr. Hamlin, and others. ItobMorlcs Jtoported. Thcro wero reported stolon during yesterday afternoon and last night from Dr. J. C. Bird, 1330 G street, a box of surgical lnstrumets; from Gcorgo Ghuas, No. 11 Sixth street, $31 in money, and from Philip Hellrlgol, No. 19 Maryland nvcnuo, an overcoat. In each one of these cases it is presumed that tho work was done by sneak thieves. FINANCIAL ASH COJ1.1IUKCI A I.. Tho New York Stock aturlier. The following aro the prices of the Now York and Chicago markets as reported by special wire to C. T. Ilavcnnerifc Co., Itooni 11 Atlantic building: stocks. OyicuS.no stocks. Open 2.30 Chicago Gas J5J 451 Northwest ..10711071 Can. South. 521 525 Omaha NatLeadTst do. pfd I)., I.. & MM!!.". '.05 V. JI. 8. S... 301 301 Del. & IIud.1403 1493 'toading 304 30, Krlo 253 25J It. & V. 1't. 201 20 Jersey Cou.,120 120 do. pfd L. A N S51 84? St. Paul (J71 07 L. S 104J '-041 Tex. Fan 1'Jl H)J SugarTrust. 01 OU Union I'ac. 03j U Mo. I'ac 72J 71 W. Union... 831 53 N.Y.&N.K. 43? 44 Vctrolcum..,100i 001 N. Y. Con Am. Cots'd. 2dl 'i'i N. I'ac 303 30J AtclufcTop. M3J 334 do. pfd... 73 72j Chl.,B.&Q.1022'.03t Tlio Chicago lUnrkots. wheat. Open Close roiuc. Open Close lau . 781 7SI Jan 10 00 10 03 10 07 10 05 10 07 10 13 Feb May CORN. Jan Fob May OATS. Jan Fcl 78J "K 103 :ioi 311 211 203 21 7Si Feb 701 May i.Aitn. 20? Jan '!0 Feb 302 May 2'.S 20J 20J 5 90 .- :i" 0 02 5 92 5 07 0 05 May... Washington Stock lOxoliaiige. Sales llcgular Call 12 o'clock m. National Hank of the Republic, 10 at 251. Farmers' and Mechanics' National Hank, 5 at 07. West Kud National Bank, 7 at 73. Columbia Itallroad, 10 at 75. Capitol and North O Street Itallroad, 10 at 035; 9 at 031. Columbia Firo Insurance, 100 at 17; 50 at 17. American Grapliophone, 50 at 10; C0atl0S;50at 10; 50 at lOJjflOat 10;50 at 101. Miscellaneous Bonds U. S. Electric Lights 1st, C's, 100; U. S. F.lcctrlc Light 2d, 0's, 115; IV. & G. It. K. 10-10 C's, H'U3-'23, 105; W. & 0. Convertible, 0's, 100; Masonic Hull Ass'n, 5's, C 1893, 107; Wash. Market Co., 1st Mort., 0's, 110; Wash. Market Co., Imp., 0's, 117; JnlM it Seaboard Co., 0's, C 161)7, ; Wash. Lt. Infantry, lft, 0's, 10OI 103; Wash. Lt. In fantry, 2d, 7's, 1904, 9S; Wash. Gas Light Co., Scr. A, 0's, 121; Wash. Gas Light Co., gcr. B, 0's, 122. National Batik Stocks Bank of Wash ington, 500; Bank of Republic. 250; Metro politan, 200: Central, 2SU: Second, 183; Farmers and Mechanics', 190; Citizens', 107; Columbia, 170; Capital, 110; West End, 72. Itallroad Stocks Washington and' Georgetown, 275; Metropolitan, 100; Co lumbia, 72; Capitol and North O Street, 03; Ecklngton and Soldier's Homo, 54. Insurance Stocks Firemen's. 43; Frank lin, 55; Metropolitan, 83; National Union, 20; Arlington, ISO; Corcoran, 03: Colum bia, 10J: German-American, ISO; Potomac, SS; Biggs, 85; People's 5. Tltlo Insurance Stocks Heal F.stato Title, 123; Columbia Title, 03; Washington Title, . Gas and Elccttlc Light Stocks Washing ton Gas, 431; Georgetown Gas, 4S; U. 3. F.leclrlc Light, HIS. Telephono Stocks Pennsylvania, 20; Chesapeake and Potomac, 84; American Grapliophone, 10. Miscellaneous Stocks. Washington Mar ket Co., 19; Washington Brick Machine Co., 1)00; Great Falls Ice Co., 175; Bull linn Panorama Co., 23; National Safo Do posit, 210; Washington Safo Deposit, 127; Washington Loan and Trust Co., 21; Na tional Typographic, ; Mcrgenthalcr, ; Pneumatic Gun Carriage, 1; Wash. Loan anil Trust, Co., ; American Security and Trust Co., 29. Ix I.ownu,, Maiw., where Hood's Sarsa patlllu Is made, there Is moro of this medi cine sold than of all other blood purifiers. This Is certainly a valuables homo Indorse ment. That Tired Feeling is experienced by almost evory ono at this reason, and many people resort, to Hood's Saisapaillln to drive i.wuy tho languor and exhaustion. Tim blood, laden with Impuri ties which have been accumulating for months, moves sluggishly tliroiifili the veins, the mind fulls to think quickly and tho body Is still Blower to respond. Hood's Sarsapa- rlllulsjust what Is needed. It purlfios, vi talizes and enriches the blood, makes tho head clear, ereatos an appetite, overcomes that tired feeling, tones the nervous system and Imparts now strength and vli;or to Itho whole body. lTood,H.Siii'Niiiiirilli "My appetite was poor. I could not sleep; had hcudaclio a great deal, pains hi my hack; my bowels did not move regularly. Hood's Sareuparllla in a short tlmo did mo so much Itood that I fcul like anew man. My pains and aches are relieved, my appetite Im proved, I say to others who need a good medicine, try Hood's Sarsaparllla and soo," Qj.ohok V. .Jackmix, Itoxlmry Station, Conn. .IIuIks tint Weak Stl-oll;; "For years I was slek every spring, but last year took Hood's Sarsaparllla and havo not seen a slckduy slnco. " (1. V. Suun, Milton, Mass. "1 tako Hood's PiiVKuparllla as a sprlnii tonic innl I iccommcud It to 'all who have that miserable tired feclln."-C, I'auuki.kk, 310 Hrldgo street, Brooklyn, N. V. Hood's Sarsaparilla Bold by all druggists. Si: six for $5. Pre pared only by O. I. HOOD &CO.,Apotho carles, Lowell, Mass. i loo Hoiis ouu Hollar. Ilia Uxplnnntlon, From the 67. Louii Life, The lawyer had been badgering tho witness for some time, and filially asked : "Was any member of your family ever hanged?" "Yes, sir." "Ah, hal I thought as much, Now, sir. who was HV" "Myself." "Yourself? Do you mean to say that you havo been hanged and aro ollvo to tell about ItV" "Yes, sir." "Como, now, no trilling. Tell tho jury what you wero hanged for and how you happen to bo alive to-day." "Well, sir, a man was killed and I was suspected of having committed tho crlmo. A mob took mo out, put a rope around my neck, and had just hauled mo up to tho limb of n tree when somo one In tho crowd shouted that tho mur dered man had been a lawyer. They couldn't cut me down quick enough. I was filled up with tho best whisky the place afforded and given a banquet, as the greatest public benefactor in tho his. tory of the town." Told JFor Kll'ect. (Correspondence Chicago IntcrOcoin.) Most of tho reports about tho fears of tho Czar for his lifo aro a mero fabri cation prepared by tho German and Kngllsh diplomacy; then I know that tho rulers of Germany and Austria make the samo precautions for safety, when thoy travel, as It Is said about tho Czar. I can assuro you that I know something about it out of oxpe ence and a tweuty-fivo years' obser votion. Tho cry of a Bussian brutality ami savageness Is without any serious foundation and invented only by Ger many's employes to hurt tho reputation of tho Slavlo race beforo tho nations of the world. The American press should bo moro just and Inquisitive before giving so extensive circulations to such matter about a nation so fricndlv to this Bcpubllc, ond which has mado itself very serviceable to us in hours of distress. BRIGGS' -Fon- SICK HEADACHE -IN ITS- Nervous, Bilious or Congestive Forms. TESTIMONIAL. L. It. BROWN, Jt. D 23 West Jersey st Elizabeth, N. J., Juno 28, 1839. This Is to certify that I havo usod for somo months with much satisfaction, tlio combina tion of remedies, for Headaoho, known as Brlggs' Headaoho Troches. Tho remedy cures moro headaohes, especially such as af fect Nervous Women, than anything I am acquainted with, and It this certificate will bo tho means of bringing It to tho favorablo attention 'of sufferers from that troublo, I shall feci that I havo dono thorn a servico. L. It. BROWN. PRICE, 25 CENTS. alt Druggists or sent by Mall celpt of Price. Sold by alt Druggists or sent by Mall on Ho celpt of Price. BRIGGS' MEDICINE CO., ELIZABETH, N. J. DR. FERRAUD'S Tonic Wine of Coca IS JUST WHAT YOU NEED If your nerves aro all unstrung If you foot Irrltanlo, cross and frotful If you And It dif ficult to concentrate your mfnd-if you aro discouraged and think life Is not worth liv ing. Itls.mucn bettor to uso THIS SPLENDID TONIC than to go off and seek to drown thoso mis crablo feollngs In "the tlowlng bowl," thereby obtaining only TEMPORARY RE LIEF, when by using Dr, Ferraud's Tonic Wine of Coca vou TONE UP YOtllt SYSTEM AND OI VE NATHI115 A CHANCE TO EFFECT A PERMA NENT CURE. THE "MEDICAL PROFESSION Indorse It as a pleasant and effect I vonorvo tonlo and stimulant and precrlbo it for all Nervous Troubles, Thin Blood, Malaria, Loss of Appetite, Weak Stomash, Los of Vigor nnd all troubles of this sort "that flo-sli Is liolr to." Prepared by EJIDW. JE. MEBTZ, Manufacturing Chomlat, ion v Nrm:i7r'xoHTinvi:sT. Washington, D. O dAsfebJtf jvvX 1113 l'htrei-t. Slcntlivr oriViiHliliiifloii Block 1:x'Iiuiik'. All locul MocKn mill fcct'iiritir. bought ami olil. MONIIV TO LOAN. .- jJ' s j r -r'. J". Q (MIIIX.REAL ESTATE AND LOANS. O. Uargaius in all parts of tho city. Life and Flto InMirance. Corner bth and Fsts n w. l.e Droit llulldlng. t MONEY TO LOAN FOR I.UILDINO PUR-po-,03. No delay when seourity Is ac ceptable. EMMONS & liROWN, 910 V St n W. fcll.d&B.Cm MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE OR first-class securities at lowest rates ot lnterost. No delay whore security Is good. O. U. GREEN, S037thBt.n.w. M ONEYTO LOAN ON GOOD SECURITY. TITLE CO., 470 La avo. MONEY, IN ALL SUMS, TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY, ATS AND 0 TEH CENT. M. M. PARKER, 1418 Fst. INSTALLMENT" LOAN8-WE ARE AU . tliorlzed by tho United Socurltv Life In suranco and Trust Company of Philadelphia to advance money on Improved proportyln Washington up to 75 per cent, of aotual mar ket value, with or without Hfo Insurance!, Loans payablo In monthly or quarterly In stallments, running 5, 10, 15 or 30 yoars. In many Instances thu payments aro less than the rental ot u houso. V, U, SMITH & BON, 1333 F st n w. M' ONEYTO LOAN . in sums to suit On Approved Heal Estate Security. II. II. WARNER A CO., SlOFst.n. w. E TROCHES jirftsA Os-yijr JSOKM '1-IIB IlltBATHINCJ CAV11. One of tho Jlost SlnBtilnrrtionomonon In Niuuro, k From the Xath title A mtrlcan . lllii tho range of mountains In Western North Carolina, known ns tho "Fork Hangc," ft most singular phenomenon exists. It is tho "Breathing Cave." Tn the summer months a current of nlr comes from it so stroncly that a person cannot wnlk ngalnst It, whllo in tho winter tho rush of nlr inward Is Just as great, Tho cool nlr from the cave in summer is felt sometimes for miles in a direct lino from tho mouth of tho cavo. At times n most unpleasant odor Is emitted upon tho current from dead animals sucked in nnd killed by coming in vio lent contact with tho walls. Tho loss of cnttlo nnd other stock in that section during tho winter months is nlways great, and is accounted for in this way; They rnngo too near tho mouth of tho cave, nnd tho current carries them In. At times, when tho chaugo from in lmlatlon to exhalation begins, the air is filled with hairs of the various animals; not infrequently small dry bones have been can led for over a mllo from tlio mouth of the cavo as though shot from an air-gun. The air has been known to change ruIto suddenly during exha lation from cold to qulto hot, accom panied by n terrible roaring nnd gur gling sound. Jinny scientific men havo visited tho place, but tho phenomenon still re mains unexplained; tho residents of that section fear a volcanic eruption. Something is wrong, sure. A Ruro or No l.'iiy Is guaranteed to thosowho uso Dr. Pierce's (loldcii Medical Discovery for catarrh In the head, or for bronchial or throat affec tions, or consumption (which Is lunt; scrof ula), If taken In tlmo and given a fair trial. Monty promptly returned If It does not cure. l'nrlor Cnrs to Old 1'olnt Coin Tort. Pullman ltufTot Parlor Cars aro now run nine to Old l'olut Comfort daily, except Sunday, via Chesapeake and Ohio Railway, leaving at 10:57 a. in., and an trim: at Old 1'olnt Comfort at 0:10 p. m. Ofllco. 513 Pennsylvania avcuito. THE INTERNATIONAL ADVERTISER and PURCHASER Special Attention. Low Prices. J. C. MUNCASTER, 1103 N. Y. avo. n.w fO-l.d.lm Washington, 1). C. Sl'KOIAl. NOTICi:. rj33JTHE WAHHINCiTON LOAN AND - TRUST COMPANY. CAPITAL Sl.000,000. TEMPORARY OFFICES. 1001 F st n w, previous to tlio erection of tho company's building, corner 9th and F sts n w. MONEY LOANED ON COLLATERAL AND ON REAL ESTATE. Well secured loans, guaranteed by tlio company, for salo. In terest paid. Call on o correspond with us. W. 11. ROIIISON, See. II. II. WAHNER.Pres. . DIRECTORS. Charles I). Jlalley, tleorgo F. Sehafer, James L. Harbour, Thomas Somcrvlllo, Gcorgo E. liartol, John A. Swopo, Richard W. Clay, J. S. Swormstodt, lloraco S. Cummlngs, Ilattersloy W. Tnlbott, J. J. Darlington, Oeorgo Truesdell, John Joy Edson, lt. II. Warner, Charles J. Faulkner, A. A. Wilson, Albert F. Fox, L. I). Wlno.i O. C. Green, 8. W. Woodward. William 11. Hurler, Chas. Hen.). Wilkinson, John 11. Lamer, A, S. Wortlilngton. fo'.'7-OO IfSSr'ELECTION OF HtRHCTOHS-TIIE -" annual election for Miven dlreetor.s for tho COLUMHIA RAILROAD COMPANY, to servo tho ensuing year, will bo held at tho ofllco of the company, Room No 1, Natlonul Safo Deposit llulldlng. New York aro and 15th st.on TUESDAY, MARCH 11, proximo, bo twecn the hours of 1 and a o'clock p.m. !ookn for tho transfer of stook will oloso March 8. It. F. RAKER, Secretary. ftrfr-DDx WE. THE UNDERSIONED COMMIS- filnnnr.s. hflrnhv frlvrt linfh'n flint: kit much of tho capital stook of tho Norfolk and Washington Steamboat Company lias boon subscribed as Is sufficient to Incorporate tlio subscribers, nnd wo hereby glvo notico nnd call a general meotlng of tho said subscrib ers to be held, at 11 o'clock, on tlio Sth day oi iuarcn, isuu, at toe omce ot uuanos v. Dnncnnson. corner of Ninth and D streets northwest, Washington, D. C. CHAS. C. DUNOANSON, JOHN OALLATIAN. LEVI WOODI1URY, FcblOiUSiw Commissioners. m' JOHN 11. CLARK, JOHN JOHNS, 1). A. McKNinilT. CLARK, JOHNS McKNIOHT, Attorneyaat-Law, 1-110 F st., Washington, D.C. Practlco beforo Commlttoos of Congross, the Courts and tho Exceutlvo Uopar'mcnts. fel3d&s-lmo WHY NOT IIAVE YOUR SHIRTS mado hvouo of tho most celebrated cutters In America f Prices samo as those thlrd-rato cutters charge. P. T. HALL, 003 F stn w. B5STHB COLUMBIA NATIONAL HANK, VkX? 011 Fst. n. w., Washington, D. O. A General Hanking Huslness Transacted. Capital, 8230,000. D. II. WARNER, President. A. T. HRITTON. Vlco-ProslJoiit. E. S. PARKEIt. Cashier. DR.WH1TE, CHIROPODIST 1410 Penna. avo., opposite Wlllard's notel. Thousands from far and near visit Dr. White for relief from and nvoldanco of corns, bun ions,, diseased nails and all other foot troubles. Hours. 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.s Sun days. 0 to 13. Established 1SC1. Foe, tl. KEf-LADIESI LADIES! LADIES! S7 Mrs. McCaffcrty is tho only hat and bonnct-framo manufacturer In tho city. Call and seo her new shapes. Bleaching and prosslng. Straw and f olt hats altorod to the Iat08t stylos. Orders promptly attended to. 1009 G street n. w. KJ5yELECTltICITY.- 15 YEARS A SPE " clalty lu curing nervous and montal disease, spinal, ovarian and utorlno troublos, paralysis, tumors, sciatica, hysteria, rhoutna tlsm, neuralgia, ohoreaj oto. Hnlrs removed. omciurcB cureu. aiauc eioumcny wiruin;ii clothing. Dr. L. S.NICHOLSON. 001 Twolftb st. n. w. l'OK SAT.t: MISl!I'.LT..VNKOUS. Advertisements under this head, four lines or less, 35 cents for one insertion; 50 cents for three. IIlesTmoTjawm J sage Bonds are offered for salo by E, II COTTRELL, No. 114S N. Y. ave. FOR SALE-HORSE AND LANllAU-A stylish Gray Horse, over 10 hands high; lino harness and not much used; Landau mado by Joyco; aro offered at reasonable rates on account of owner leaving tho city. E. 11. COTTRELL, 1418 N Y. live. I- UAVEALOTOFOI.D ANTIOUE CHINA, 1 old brass candlesticks anil old furnlturo two grandfather clocks and a lot of will paper; can bo sold In lots to suit the people, at any prico. Iuqulro ut 1733 Pa uvo n w. fell.Ot r,'OR SALE-CHE A P-FINE COUNTER and V Miellne. now in No. 712 7th st n wttnust bo sold at once. Apply KM I st n w. TTOR SALE-S75-SPECIAL STAR. 5MNCH, ! silent riichet, I nickel, absolutely per feet condition. Address orapply 333A st s o. 170R SALE-75 SHARES OF THE "JUD J: son Pncumatio Railway Stock." Please address A, at this oOleo, and mako a cash , offer. I EDUCATIONAL. 13ERLIT. JCHOOL OF LANGUAGES. j No. 733 Foui teonth Street N. W. FREE GERMAN LECTURE, ' Tlio ir-tli of February, Friday, at 7:13 o'clock, At 1015 llth st n w, ceolld door from Hamll- ' ton. I BY PROF F. U. VON PI'TTKAMGIt. Subject Truth anil Fiction In Don Carlos i atHE BERLITZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES, ' 733 14th st. n. w J10 a terra, Trial lessons froo, Send for ciiculnr. Brunches In Now York, Boston, Brooklyn, Chicago, Philadelphia, Louisville, Paris, Fiance; Berlin and Dresden, Germany. rpnE NORWOOD INSTITUTE. Jij-lractftom a private letter: "In reply to your roquost for my ailvico as to a good school for your daughter, t can with confidence recommend Mr. and Mrs. Cabell's Norwood Institute, In Washington, ' D. (!. Tho standard of scholarship there Is high, the instruction thorough and tho Influ ences good, L. I). C. LiiiAii, Justice V. S. Supremo Court." The school opens Sept. 30, au24-diiM WANTKI) It KM. Adw'.ltmitnti umttr 'tilt head, four Una or at, a co.ti for one Into tlon; Do ctnti for three. WANTKH-DlTBCTtVKS-Wli WANT A man In every loci. Ml y to act as Private Dctcctlvo under our li mictions. Expcrl enci'iio! neccsnry I'm Iciilnrf froo. CEN TRAL DETECTIVE I1UREAU, llox 101, To jwkn, Knn, SALESMEN WANTED AT ONCE -A FEW good men to fell our goods by sample to the wholesale and retail trade. Wo aro tho largest manufacturers In our lino. Liberal falnry paid. Permanent position. Moiioy advanced for wages, advertising, ote. For terms address Centennial M'f 'g Co , Chicago, 111. ftf,W,8&3-30t WANTED-DY A GOOD COLORED LAUN dress, washing and Ironing to do at homo; references Vven. Apply 1819 N II av. WANTKD-A WHITE GIRL FOR GEN cral housework In a small family, man.wlfoand boy 8 years old; German pro forred;to tho right, party a pleasant homo and good wagos assured. Apply at No. 1003 O st n w. A N AIII.E ADVERTISING, INSURANCE, . Safo. I.lchtnlni.ro(l-or llook Airnnt. or ltcportcr. of great sarolr falre, for literary work. Largo salary. Write London & Hart ford Pub. Co., N.Y. ONE EXPERIENCED SOLICITOR ON high class subscription books, ono who has an acquaintance among Washington canvassers, to tako cxcluslvo control of tho salo of "A Library of American Llteraturo" in Washington. This Is ono of tlio most salablo works now on tho market. Nino of Its cloven largo octavo volumes nro now out. This Is a grand opportunity for a flrst-olass man ard we aro prepared to mako snoli a one n very liberal offer. CHAS. L-WEU-STER & CO., 3 Ea3tth St.. N. Y. city. WANTim KOOMS. W ANTED A PLAINLY-FURNISHED room In tlio northeast nart of cltv wliero there will bo no objection to light housekeeping. Address D. P. II., this ofllco. WANTKD 110US119. WANTED-TO PURCHASE A GOOD house, with 7 or 8 rs, with all mod Imps, on monthly payments. Address, with full particulars, J, J. F., Hoard of Rovlew, Bureau of Pensions. WANTED-TO RENT-A GOOD BRICK dwelling of 9 or 10 rooms, mod Imps, between K and R and 12th and 17th sts n w. Address H.. this ofllco. stating terms. WANTED 3IISCKLLANKOUS.. Ad rertltetrtentt vmter UiU head, four lines or trti, 23 cenU for one Intertlon; 50 cents for three. WANTED-OLD GOLD AND 8ILVER. WM. FR1EDERICK, Manufacturing Jeweler, COS 7th st u w.opposltoU. S. Patent omce; flno clock and watch repairing a speclaly. l'EHSONAL. N.VV Advertltetnents under this head. fmirtinor lest, 25 cents for one insertions: 60 cents for three. ANJo'TnonOUGH'LYTAIJaUT-lSCOM-X) nlcto tunes and accompaniments In ono (liiartcr. SO. McCAULEY & MOORE, 1713 F Bt. 717 31st st. OW IS THE TIME. WE WILL PAY "big monoy" for gents' flrst-class second-hand clothing. Address or call at JUSTH'S OLD STAND, U19 D St. n. W. l'OK SALK HOUSES. Advertisements under this head, four lines or lets, 25 cents for one visertlon: 50 cents for three. ?OR SALE- HEAUTIFUL CORNER RESIDENCE. IN HANDSOMEST AND MOST CENTRAL SECTION OF NORTHWEST WASHINGTON. Will sell sit REDUCED I'IGURE ON EASY TERMS. The owner of this beautiful corner prop city of 15 or 10 rooms, which has been held at 533.000, Is desirous of leaving Washington at an early date and will make a material rebate from tho actual valuo of samo to prompt purchaser. Por permit to inspoct, etc., apply to J. 11. WlMEit, 1313 F st. fe23.2w.d&S IT'OR SALE-FINE RESIDENCE, CHEAP. : The owner of tho flnoly-nullt and Hand somo 10 room Stononnd Brick Hotiso, 1103 NEW HAMPSHIRE AVE., has determined to sell at a ilguro which will make It a bargain as an Investment or an In ducement to nnyouo seeking un attractive homo on n favorite avenue feS8.thv.dAS J. H. W1MER, 1313 F st. "PTOK SALE. A BEAUTIFUL NEW RESIDENCE, ON SIXTEENTH .STREET, No. 1327, JUST. BEING COMPLETED. SITUATED FOR ENTERTAINING. S50.000 of the purchase money can remain ten jcars ate per cent. M. M. PARKER, fo27-00-3t 1118 F street. TT'OH SALE-AN EXCELLENT DOUBLE .1 brick corner dwelling, situated In tlio Im a tin nt jif ttm n sn cim Inn li'itiil omll 1 (In, ished; with all modern fittings and Improve- menis. uwuig io circumsiuiicos caning iuu owner to a distant city this property Is of fered at a low ptlco, and Is unquestionably tllobet puichaso jiow attainable In that sec tion; price 818,0iH). B II. ROBERTSON, 1515 II st. foJ7-'.K) FOR SALE A BARGAIN IF SOLD AT onco; 2-story and basement brick house; 7 rooms and bath; all mod Imps; situated at No. 430 1 st n wj price S 1.800; terms one-third casn, oaianeo l. s nnu ;i years, anniy to FRANCIS UUFTY. 1301 F st n w. le.'i-i' CO "170H SALE-ONN ST, BETWEEN ITH AND .1) Sth sts n w, 0 rooms, bath and cellar; 54,000. O st n e, between North Capitol and Delaware nvcnuo; beautiful 2-story and base ment; a most desirable property; gS.OiiO. 1) st s 0, botween 1st and 3d sts, 3-story and basement:. 1 rare chance to sccuto a pretty homo; $5.soo. RUST & Hl'NGEHFORD, 021 14th st. fc27-d.-S,lw JTtOU SALK-ON CONN AVE, A LARGE, ' commodious, sunny house, containing all mod Imp, In a fashlonablo nnd attractive neighborhood. II. II. ROBERTSON, 1515 list. fear-iu ITHin SALE AVERY FINE DOUI1LE COR- J: nor houso In the 11 w, with orer 3,000 feet of around; price $13,000, D.II.HOIJI'.HTSON, i.,ia 11 m n w. re'.'i-uu I7IOR SALE-1N ALEXANDRIA. 0 ROOM ! framo houso, Just lltilslilngj hydrant In yard; lot 10x115; snug homo; prico, $800. Ap- IIIJ LU I1UDUIU U, .UUJIAO, ..UUI1, .,, , U1J . ISthst. iron SALE-FHAME nOUSE 900 IN 35 1' foot alley, bet 9th and 10th and G nnd H sts s w; 7 rooms; hall on both tloors; closets fronting tlio Potomac; 15 per cent Invest- I ment; lot 341 feet front by Wl deep, 43 feot ; from Oth st. Apply within I I?OR SALE-THREE OF THE CHEAPEST ', 1? houses In Washington, 100, 108 and 110 llth st no; two-story and bacment, brown- 1 stone trimmings; 7 rooms and bath; eloctrlo ' bells and gas: price, $3,500 cadi, $500 cash balance to suit or trade for coodlots. IT'OR SALE-OR RENT-BEAUTIFUL COB- ntr hoiiie; 7 rooms; handsomely pa pered: 1000 North Carolina avo. Worth $5, 600. Will tell at a sacrllleo or rent low. , OWNER. Room 20. 810 F st. n w. coi'ntkv itiiAi. i:svati:; I7OU SALBsVlll'ltllAN' J1 lam now olToilug the FINEST PIECE 01' PROPERTY tlmt can bo bnuglit for the money, Ivlng iinmrdlntily adjacent to tho BRADLEY FARM, IIROOliVll.l.K ROAD AND BETIIESDA. that therols In the vlelnltv of WHshlliglon, IN THE DIRECT LINE OF ITS NORTHWEST EXTENSION. .1. II. WIMER, fi3S-3t 1313 Fst. I70R SALH-ADOIT V, ACRES ON 3D ST L n e exteiidod, 011 the Hue of tho Ecklng ton and Soldiers' llomoHallway.bclmjupai't ot the otato or tho lato Chief .liiitlce chase, now called "Edgewood;" 11 good opportunity for Investors. For particulars, prico, etc, Immlio of CIIAP1N IlltoWN, 31 4', st n w." feJMU ni 10' or riutit." Mineral and Timber Lands for Sale. T OTS und ACRE PROI'ERTV 111 Big StoilO Jj Gap. Norton and St. Paul, lu Wise coun ty, and Dungiinon.lu Scott county, Virginia. Resident, business and farm proputty bought, told or leased. Address Win. A. It. Robertson. As "Hfo Is short," put it ",Var" Robertson, Big Stone Gap, Virginia. I70R SAM:n7l!IWOOD 11EAITI KF LI.Y located; adj'ijiilug Charlottesville. Vn ; overBWueies. all mod Imps, im-ludlng tine rurnlliiro; only SH.i,00i B. II. roiiektso.n. 151311 stnw. foii-oo HOARDING. 1 1RS. JUNES- THE ELSMERE'-HW II I 111 stn w.ui'W plumbing, new furulturo; '.'Oiiddltinnal rooms; personal attuntlon to the I table, locution iviltial near the Arlington umloriiilej's. fev'i '.Kl , l()lt ItHNT- not SI1S. AduMUimtn't vnttertMn head, fovrtlnetor Uu, 25 eentt for ofie Innrtlont CO cnt for thnt. tjOlt RENT. sad and Pa avc, Sirs SIO 00 173? NM, 1Srs lit 07 msEstu w, iers iiw oo 014 17th st II W, ldrs iwiki .-i sin w, lors. Wis 1st Bt no. 17 r 1185 8th stnw.lBrs... 10 1st stue,17rs 1011 N 11 ave, lOrs IM 11 st n c. Ois 85 00 81 31 70 50 7S00 SHRdstnw, lOr OS SO IBMFstnw, Mrs 00 00 Ml Md avo nc. lirs en oo HOSl'st n W.K'rs 55 03 lOOaNIInvon w. 0r M 00 4223d Stn W, Ors 55 00 1013 d stn w, Ors mm in Est n w, lira MOO 1CJ5 Corcoran st. Ors 48 SO C21 P st n w, lOrs 1100 iv. join sin w, srs .i ou 140S 31st st n w. lors. 15 00 3.197 P st. l'.'rs i!M 1st st s 0, lOrs SlGCstn w, 13rs ?d niuld stsno.Srs 1317 22d stn w, 8rs.....'. .119 II st n o, ers f03Tstnw,8rs 3231 Spruco st, lOrs 431 Q stn w, Ors ,.... 1131 French fit, 7rs 031 Othst.trs 40 00 40 00 30 90 33 00 33 00 30 41 7 80 30 00 33 00 30 00 30 00 414 1st stn w. Ors B7 Ml 1828 Mut 11 W. Ors KJISO 3010 7th St. Ors.. 3.1 M 3.143 30 no 3.140 3330 3.100 3300 2300 32 92 Si CO 3.' So COM) 8820 N st ti W, 8rs 34221 M stll W. 7rs... 120811st no7rs 1108 lotti st n w.Ors.. C22Lsttl W 015 SO ave, Crs lil9 2dstno, 7rs liaiNJavo,7rs 1342 W st. Crs 439 Qst nw. 6rs. 1037 N Cap st, Ors 121530thn W,8rs 30 40 Hyattsvlllc, Crs 10 00 oui nn w,rs csiLstn w SCO o stn w, 4rs 333 Mass avo n e, Crs... 114Kstn w.Srs 3235 Cleveland, Crs 3311 Cleveland avo, Crs. 413 Warner St. 5rs 15 30 15 30 15 00 1.100 11 .10 1100 13 00 12 80 0 stn w, 4rs 1'- 30 50 j cmnoranco avo n w, ors i 11206th st no, Crs 12 30 2131 Mst.lrs 12 00 21101' St. 3rs 1300 03 Kenton placo n o, 5rs ,,, 11 oo l Columbia avo-n w, 4rs o 30 118 Met s o 1200 13 Snow's alloy n w, Irs 8 30 251215thst,4rs 8 30 1309 3d SW,4rs 8 00 1731 N Y ave, Crs 8 00 lltumsey alley 8 00 1913 Tcmperanco avo, 4rs 7 so 1010 Rst, Srs 5 00 STORES. 304.17th stn w 15 00 912 21st stnw 10 30 B. II. WARNER & CO,, 910 F st n W. . fol.ld&s-lmo TOU RENT-UNFUHNI8HED- 1701 R I avo n w. 17 rs $200 oo 1011 Conn are, 15 rs 200 00 1413 Mas are, 17 rs and stnblo 300 00 1411 K st tl W, 13 rs 300 00 1033 Vt ave n w. 10 rs 300 00 Mass avc, nr 18th, 17 rs 175 oo lGCOlCthBtnw.llrs 125 00 1338 M stnw, 15 rs 135 00 1409 Mass ave, 13 rs 13.100 1737 ( st n w. 11 rs 100 00 1400 Chapln st n w, 13 rs 100 00 1742 P stnw, 12 ra 100 00 1403 chapln st n w, 12 rs 75 00 lG42Blststnw,10rs 70 00 907 SI st n w, 10 rs GO 00 1527 O stnw, 10 rs 00 00 914 13th st nw. 10 rs.;-. 00 00 939SstUW,Srs 5000 150121st stn w.8 rs SO 00 1318 11th st n w. lOrs 50 oo Pst, near31st,7rs 50 00 IC19 Corcoran stn w, 9rs 43 SO 2033 G stn w, 10 rs 40 00 3073 M st n w, and storo, 0 rs 40 00 431N J avos o, 10 rs '10 00 M30Stoughtonst,8 rs 35 00 8900 Q stn W,3rs 33 33 1429 S St n W, 0 rs 30 00 The above nouses can bo oxarainod by per mit from our ofllco onlv. THOMAS J. FISnER & CO., 1324 Fst. n. W. Tf?OR RENT 1017 15th stnw, 12 rs, fur S150 00 1203 N st u w, 12 rs, fur ISO 00 1004 H st n w, lOrs, fur 100 00 ai27 N st n w, 13 rs CO 00 7S2 21st st 11 w, 14 rs 45 00 814 1st st n w, 10 rs 40 00 811 Spruce st 40 CO 1304 T st n w, 8 rs 40 00 1013 T st n w. 9 rs .:... 30 50 I TIC 9th stn c, Crs :...;. ,'.:.. 35 00 t 1819 eth stnw, 5 rs and stable 18 SO CnAS. E. BANES, With John F. Wnggaman, N. w. cor. 14th and G sts. n. w. IT-OR RENT-TWO BRAND NEW SIX- room frame housos, high and dry loco- i tlon; near churches and publlo suhool In , Unlontown. Iuqulro of A. BEHREND, 4.1S II st n w I roit i:i:nt imoM.s. l(IrrrfMfnffl(itunrfAt head, four lines ot las, 25 cents for one insertion: 50 cents for three. F OR RENT FURNISHED $125 PER month, tho vorv nleasant. snaelnus mid handsomely-located furnished tenrooin house, loiu u st n w. This is a most doslrablo homo, convenient I to tho Executive Departments, and will be I icntcd ut low figure to doslrablo permanent i 'cnani UNFURNISHED. 17 N V ave nw, n side, 7r, collar, furnace.. $11 431 Florida avo nw. n side, 7r, new 33 l-'ino Ofllco Rooms on F st. .1. II. WIMER, fc27-3t 1313 V st. HANDSOME FURNISHED ROOMS, EN suite or single, at tlio Buckingham, 9-J0 15th st n w. overlooking; Mol'horson Square. Choice tablo. I70R RENT-TWO FURNISHED ROOMS, : suitable for gentlemen. No.OoaMstnw. OftO AKTllUIlFLACi:tNW, FIRST IIOUSB AXlhJ from It st Furnlslicd rooms for gen tlemen; rent low to Iresponslblo parties who will bo permanent; convenient totbo Capitol. roit ki:ntbiisci:i.lanhoii.s. T70R RENT-VERY d'eSIRABLE OFnCE 1J rooms, with steam heat, for rent In the Builders' Exchango building, 1421 G st n w. Apply on tho premises to the SUPERIN TENDENT. i'oi: sai.1'1 and iti:.Nr. rEAL ESTATE BULLETIN I, -11V- TII0MAS. E. WAGGAMAN, 917 F street. Changes made. Wcduosdays and Saturdays. 3-STORY BRICK AND FRAME nOUSSS FOR SALE. 9th st, bet K and Lstsn w $30,000 C33 nnd 033 11 bt 11 w, b h and 5 houses rear 22,000 Cisi stnw, bh.ra 1.12 rs 13,000 173011st nw, bh, 11 rs 15,000 101310th st n w, b h, m 1, 10 rs 12,000 tX'.IMstn w, bh.,ml, 13 rs 11.000 307 G stnw, bh.ml.iors 8,000 113SCtli6tn w, bh, 0 rs 8.000 333 Indiana avo 11 w, b h, in 1, 9 rs 7.500 1731 lain stnw, u 11, ors 1,000 3-STORY 11IUCK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR SALE. 3310 to 2231 Boundary st tiw.lih, I rs.. $10,900 as I to 3013 Boundary st n w, b h, 1 rs.. 15,700 3311 to 3230 10th St n W, b h, 5 rs 13.000 17M to 1743 E stnw, Ors 0,000 701 to 709 Farragut st 11 w, b h, 5 rs 9,000 13.13 1 st 11 w. f h. 5 rs S.00J 1 to G alley bet 12th and 13th, M and N sts 11 w 0.000 1130 to 11511 Md stnw, f h. 4rs C.OOO 1133 Sfith stnw. f h, 0 rs, and 3 houses nar, 4 rs each 5,0(X) 1311 1) st 11 w, f h, Crs ,tii UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE. Per foot. Est, bet 10th and 17th sts n w SI 50 lbthst, bet RandS sts 11 w 3 00 Pa ave, bet Oth and 7th sts so 3 00 10th st. bet M and Nstsn w 1 75 18th st, bet Land M sts 11 w ISO It st, bet 3d and 4th sts s 0 1 35 Mass nve. bet Del ave nnd 1st btn 0 1 00 Ml st, bet Canal and Csts 11 w 1 00 t) st, bet 1st and 3,1 sts 11 w M (1 st, bet 3d and 3d n o CO HOUSES FOR RENT. Por month. 2027 1 t n w, 22 rs $100 00 TlMithxl 11 w, 13 rs 10000 3053 F stll w. 13 rs, fur 80 00 socst nw, I3rs 05 00 1 HO 9th stnw, 10 rs 15 00 001 3lst st 11 W. 13 rs 40 00 1152 33d stn W.Ors 35 50 707 ECap st.Ors, poss. March 17 35 50 061 II st II e, 0 rs M00 I 413 L st II w, 9 IS 30 00 , 1340 U st II W, 0 rs 2700 331 10th sine, 7 rs 3(100 4'107lhstn w,3 rs 31 CO 3l38I'st n w.llrs W 1)25 Until W,7rs 20 59 issobth stnw, ors laoo 1 1713 7th st Iiw, Ors 1330 j 3l51.stll w,5 rs 15 00 I 3S Dcfrtes st 11 w, 7 rs 13 39; iDSiiuul ihih st s w, a rs iv REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT. Sato as U. S, bonds; 5 per cent,, payable quarterly; In sums $1,000. I LOANS. In Bums to suit at 0 per cent, The abovo Is only a portion of tho property on my books, lor full list call at ofllco for bulletin, Issued on tho 1st and 15th, FOR SALE! HOUSES. 1-story and baemcnt 10-room brick hoiuei all modern Improvement; situate Second street, between U and I) so. 171) Prico, 5,000. 3-story frame lioiiso,wltli largo lot; situate on Sixth street, between 11 and O so. S77 Price, $11,000. 3-story brick house, containing: 0 rooms and bath; size of lot, 18x75; situate ou V street sw. 4liS Price, $0,01X1. li-story and back building brick dwelling, contaliilnc; 10 rooms; all modem Improve ments; situate ou corner of Ninth and C btrccts sw. 4J Price, $3,000. !2-story brick house, (1 rooms and liatli; 6llnato on L street, between North Capitol and First streets uw. 1011 l'rlcn, $S,350. 8-story brick house, containing 12 rooms; nil modern improvements; situate No. 02 1 K street nw. 424 Price, $10,r,00. H-story brick linuso, 10 rooms; sizo of lot, SSxlSS; situate No. J4U2 N st. nw. 291 Price, $10,000. 2-story ond basement; brick house, 7 rooms and bath; sltualo ou Now Hampshire avenue, bet. Land M sts. nw. 40'J Price, $0,500. 2-story 0-room brick house; situate ou Cleveland ave., bet. 12th nnd lllth, V and Boundary. 405 Price, $1,000. 2-6tory 0-room brick house, on Wallach Place. 4S1 Price, $1,300. 2-story 0-room brick house; situate on Wallacli Place. 442 Price, $5,1(R). 8-story brick house, containing 11 rooms and bath; and all modern Improvements; 6ltuato No. 1220 (J st. n. w 450 Pilcc, $15,000. Improved property on the north side of G st., wide front. 414 Price, $;)5,000. A larco stable properly In a desirable lo cation; now under lease to good tcuaut, paying 0 percent. 1317 Price, $28,000. 401 Frame dwelling, Kraut ave., Mount Pleasant. Price, $7,000. 100 Four alloy houses, containing 4 rooms; each rent for $15 per mouth. Price, $0,500. 4S0 S-room frame house, lot 20x75, on L st. se. Price, $2,000. 407 2-6tory and cellar brick" house, 9 rooms and bath; situate ou Columbia Heights. Pilcc, $10,000. Houses In Alexnndrln, Vn, 2-story brick dwelling, 13 rooms, with olllcc annex and large side lots; situate ou cor. Puke and St. Asaph sts.; lot "SxSfi. $5,S00. !l-story and back building dwelling, con Ialnlngl2 rooms and batli; lot 71W1K); sit uate No. til 1 Prince st. 402 Price, $0,500. "-story and back building brick house, containing 13 rooms; Bltuato on southeast cor. Prince and Patrick sts. 452 Price, $3,500. 1-story brick dwelling houso, built In the most substantial manner, containing 20 rooms; size of lot 52x112. fWl Price, $0,500. 2-story and back building brick house, containing 8 rooms, situate ou Columbus st., near Prince. 453 Price, $2,400. 498 3-story brick dwelling house, con taining 10 rooms and all modern Improve ments; large side yard; situate on cor. Washington and Cameron sts., opposite Old Christ Church, Alexandria, Vu. This Is the best situation lu Alexandria. Prico, $8,000. Terms One-tlilrd cash, balance one and two years. Houses at Fulls Ulmrcli, Y11. A "new cottage, situate only 5 minutes' walk from Falls Church stations, W. ,t O. It. R., Ya., containing (i rooms, bath, pan try, and trunk room; slzo of lot, 110x150 feet. Price, $3,100. Terms easy. ALSO A new cottage, situate only 5 minutes' walk from Falls Church station, W. it O. It. It., Va., containing, parlor, dining-room, kitchen, 4 bed-rooms, batli, servants' room and attic Price, $3,500. Terms easy. Yiieuiit til-omul Norlliinst mill South rust. ' All of square 1004 25c " " 1002 25c " " South 1002 35e ' " " 1030 c " 1013 00e Half of " 1111 23c 4 lots ' 10S0 30e 5 " 1005 30c 3 " " 1084 35c 1 " " 1107 20c 5 " " 1072 35o 1 " " 1027 37Jc 4 " " 1005 10c 1 " 1045 12c 1 " lOSli ,',Uc 1 " " 1038 50c 3 " " 102l 50e 2 " " 1008 25c 11 " " 1057 (Wc 2 " " S12 SOu 10 " " 1050 40o 7 " " 1003 (i25e -AND- WHOLE SQUARES' -IX- ROSSLYN. UulWing Lois In nil sections of tlio City. S HUFTY Real Estate Broker, 13111 f SImt, Wiishfnulnil, II, V. fer. w Directory of Lawyers and Law .-"Si milOMAS M FIELDS, .1 Attorney nt Law. Corner ti and D strtMts nw WAillltllttiMl. ' Tflepliono in. Residence, 'M O, St. UW. f . ' A."' RIDDLE. H8NRYE ; , . KIDDLE S3 DAVIS, Attorney at jiaw, Have removed their Oultt tn tin 1 Building, corner Four aniwiillf nnd n - ntrtlmeBt. IC- i ' i AV rEBU & WEBB, ATTOfiNEYS AND COUSSLM o;:s 100 Fifth SHcol, WASI1I1T". m ' . William B.Wobli. Henry Randall Webb, John flilnoy Webb. fclir 1 .! f "VyiLLIAM TWOMBLY, ATTORNKY-AT-LAW. Washington '" .121 Four and n-hnlf street, Ie2; a" I AyOODBuitYTviIEELEiti ATTORNEY-ATLAW, 321 and SSI 11 St., Chnmicoy Bulldinu'. lira" Louisiana avo., Washington,!) c. 1'rnclici'S lu the Courts of tho District ami r Prince Gcorjso's County, Md. fe'j; dA -1 1 EON TOBRINER, ATTORNEY- AT- LAW, 323 l'oiiraniLa-half street n.w., nearCltylLii i. Washington, D. O. fc2 ds if E DWAHD A. NEWMAN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Washington. D ( , 321 Four nndn-halr street u. w., fo; dAS.tC CiiAiu.i.s Ar.r.ur. John W. Wjusrn, A' BERT & WARNER, Attorncvs-at-Lnw. Rooms 9 and m. I SS Louisiana avenue, Washington. D C. Practice In tho CourtK of the D!?ti'l Court of Claims, Supremo Courl of Mi. United States nnd Executive Dcpartmi" t.s. fo37-d.tstf K OBERT E. L. WHITE, ATTOHNKW-ATI VW. 183 Louisiana Avenue. Box 701. Washington. D t fcb2: -tAMf H. BERLIN, " P. 0. II, ATTORNEY-ATLAW, Room 21 472 178 Louisiana Avenue n. w . fe27ilAstf Washlnaton, I) Ci T. PHILLIPS. J. . ZACIIRY. D. F. I). MrKENNEY. PHILLIPS, ZACHRY McKENNEY, Attorneys ut Law, Sun Building, F si fc37 fO J. fc21 ALTHEUS JOHNSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, dAstf 408 Fifth treit roit sai.i: loth. V s- . lOll SALE .1: tin IHOIOHWASHINGTONHEIOUTS f OTS. WYOMING AND KALORAMA AVEM Ei. r;i.EUAKTHES)I)UCE SITLS. HEAD OF CONN. AVE. Tho sales recently mado, tho rcl Irr."iw now in course ot completion and in conlom platlon, tho situation, tho charming prospe t 1 10m the lots and tho character of t" lu onirics (which are numtrous) now making. Induce me to say that this property will not, only havo a better valuo within tho next f w months, hut Is assuredly to bo the h , st, of tho choice suburban city homes 01 tlin 1) Istriet, possessing all tho facilities anoH -l for city houses. J. II. WIMEH, fc3S-3t Tin F st ITtOR SALH-ECKINGTON LOT8 ! EVERY CITY CONVENIKN E BUY NOW. PRICES WILL BE ADVANCED As soon as tho bill for the oxti-nslon llio UCK'INUTON ELECTRIC R ILWA i To tho Treasury Department, will' li ,-sf tmsscil the Senato and favorably repot. I to the House, shall havo becomolaw J. B. WIMER feC7-3t 1313 I- st I70R SALE-SOUTH HROOKLAND. With City Streets, Avenues and Circles, rORSALE Wo havo about 100 Lots, j-iii 0 feet oach, left In that beantlfnl subdtvtsir 1 known us South Brookland, which ts lu cir formlty with tho plan of tho city, havlt.g; streets 90 feot and avenuus 130 feet wide. This subdivision is south of and adjoining Brookland, convenient to tho Metropolian Branch Itallroad and Electric cur,s, near - no University nnd Soldiers' Homo. Tho tot- now left will bo sold at llio low pr! J from 4 to 10 cents per foot on easy terms. For plats and further Information nuplv t WM.O. DEN1SON. 923 F st n w.orto RED FORD W. WALKER, 1007 F St U w. Jaulld&SlmO 770R SALE-LOTS IN FAIRVIEW nElCHTS L on Tennallytown Road und Woodlcy Lane, opposite Oak View. Eloctrlo railway tracks now laid to these- lots, which have sidewalks In front and gas mains. Prloes lower than asked for other lots In Immcllato vicinity. Small cash payments. Monthly oc yearly tlmo given at 5 por cout. Interest. I1EALL. BROWN & CO., 1331 F st. ltUSINliSS OUANCKS. I "ion SALE-CHEAF-icECllEAM. CON ! fectlonoty and oyster saloon, 3d stand N Y avo n w; ehoap rent; good locality, call ut once and get a bargain. V. II. WATSON. THE TRAVELER'S GUIDE. Arrival of Itallroad Trains In Tfusli. luglon. Arrivals lit ll.viincl 1'. bjtutlnn. From Boston 10:43 a. m. dally. From New York and Philadelphia 4:10, 8.00, 10.45 a.m.. 1.13, 3.15, 3.10. H. 10 (limited) 9.33. and 10.35 p. m. dally. 1.43, s.13, and 8.30 p. m. dally except Sunday. From Baltimore 4.10, 0.3O, 8.00, 8.45. 10.45 a. in., 2.13, 3.35,3.10,5.53,0 SO, 8.30, fi.40. 9.33, and 10.33 p. m. dally. At 8 35, 9.53, 11.10 a. tn 1,42, 3.50, CIO, 8.10, p.m. dally except; Sunday. From Atinapolls-S.OO, 9,55 a. m., 1.42, S.53, S.30 p. m. On Sundays, 6.55 p. m. From Niagara Falls. Buffalo, Elmlra and nar- rlsburg Dally 8.45 a. m, and 5.55 p. m, dalls except Sunday. Flora I'opo's Creek Lino 8.35 a m and 5.5 p m, dully, except Sunday. From Richmond and tho South 11.24 a m 10,50 and ll.OO.p m dally, O.so.pm, dally, ex ccpt Snnday. Fiois Chicago and Pittsburg 0.30, 8.15 am, 3.33. S.S5, b.15 p m. Alt dally. From St, Louis 6.30 a m and 3.25 p m. dnllv. Ftom Alcxamlrla-O.M, 8.30, 9.30, 10.43. 11 31, am, 2.50, 5.30, O.SO, 7.10, 7.35, 9.10. 10'K), lO.tO, 11.C0 p m daily. At C.25. 7.23. 8.30, 10 83,10.35 a m, 1.40, 3.00, 3.20, 10.40. 11.35 m. dully, except Sunday. On Sunday only at 3.30 pm Fiom Cincinnati, Louisville nnd St liul. via mosupoaico anutmio romo--ti bu a m, dull;; from Cluclnnall and St. Louis 'F F. X, Special") ut 3.50 p. m. dally. Local train on U. and O. from Virginia springs 7.13 p. m. except Sunday. Fiom Old Point Comfort, Newport News ami Norfolk 3.33 and 10.50 p.m. dally. From New Orleans, Montgomery, Birming ham, Atlanta, Raleigh, Lynchburg-u. 53 u, m. and 7. 10 p. m. dally. Fiom Memphis, jfow Orleans, Montgonery, Nashville, Bristol and, Lynchburg -10 43 a. m. and 10.40 p. in. dally. From Charlottesville and Way 2.53 p. m, dally. From Manassas, Strasburs and Way-10 21 . 10. and 10.45 p. m, dally except Sunday From Lecsmirg, Round Hill and Points m . ,t O. Jt. It 8.30 0. in. dally, U p. m daily, except Sunday. Arrivals ut 11. ami O. Station From New York-8.10 a. m 3.10,8.00 o". 11-30 p. :n. dally, 5 p. in, dally, except Sunday. From Flillndolphia-8.40, 11.15a. m , 240, s.oo, 9.30,11.30 p. m. dally; 5.Wp. m d' . copt Sunday. From Ualtlmorc8.03, 8.40,9.53, 10 30 n rsa. in.. 13.45. 3.40.3.00, 5.30, 0.30, 7 45. 8.00, N 50, 0.30, 11.10, 11.30, 12.15, dally, H.30, 7 ;i. H ,0, 8.S0, a. in., l.fO, 4..-10. 5.00, 7.03, p. m. dailtf oeept Sunday. On Sunday ouly at 2?M p in. From ClilraJo and Columbus 11.15 a m mvl 4X5 p. ra. dally. From t liicliinatl, St. Louis und Louls,'lo - 3.50 a. rr. and 3 p 111. dally. Fiom Pittsburg and Cleveland 7.10 a. m a- I 11.ro p. in. dally. From Deer Park and Oakland 3,59, 1 ' i . in. and 4.05 p, in, dully. From Lexington, Wineheter and ir 1 Valley 9.30a. in. ami 3 p.m. daily, it tit; Sunday. From Frederick 8.25 a. tn. dally, 1 . 5 ' .50, 7.30 p. m. dally, except i-iindiiy. From llaKorstown-8.35 a. ui. dolly 1 , ra, andl.SU and 0.50p.m. dally, ester s- - From Washington Junetloii and W it ,, 7 10, s.as. 11 . ts a. ni l.so, 3, 1.0.1, 11 - 1 dally; o.tw a. m. and 7.30 p. m. daily, i b'unilay. From Boyd's nnd Way 8 2-", ' a " , ON) p in. dally; 8.20 a.m. audi -', , .litllv km nut Snnilav. From tiHltliersburg and Way-; 10, s :,, i 8, ti .vi, 10,35 p, m. dully: 7.30, 8 'X. ' 11 in.. 4. 7 30 p in. dally, except snnl. n Sunday mdy. 10.35a m. uud 8 it. m Fiom Aiiiiiiixilis lO.aoa. in. daily, h " and 1 "J". ' 20, '1 43 p. m. daily, . t duy On Sunday only at 0-30 p. m J