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'CUB WABHUS'UTODI.lilUTIO, SATURDAY EVENING, MAKOIJ 2!J, IHiM.
k 9t I FISHES AND FISHERS. PROTECTION OF EACH IN THE PO TOMAC CONSIDERED. How Aro tlio Vlah til Ho Shielded from (Ho I'lsliarmou Without Injury to tho LattorVTho .Soluort' I'otlllou to tlio Houso Committee, Tbo IIoiiso Committco on Merchant "Marino and Fisheries to-ilay, by sub committco, considered as a special or tier Itcprcscntntlvo Stahlnccker's bill for tbo protection of fish in tbo Polo mac ltlver In the District of Columbia, nmt to provide a spawning ground for aliad and hcrrlug in Bald river, Tlio bill provides In Its first section, and after Its passairo, for a pollen! of ten Jears, It shall not bo lawful to fish with fyke-net, pound-net, staUo-nct, weir, lloht net, gill-net, haul toluo, dtp-nut or any oilier contrivance, stationary or floating. In tlio waters of the Potomac in this District. Section two provides that any person who shall olTcnd ngnlnst the provisions Nof this net shall bo. punished by a Quo of not les9 than $10 nor moro than $100 for each and every such ofleiiBO, and shall forfeit to tho District his nets, boats and all other apparatus and appliances used In violation of law, which shall bo sold and tho proceeds turned into tho Treasury. It Is further provided that nothing In tho act shall bo construed to prevent angling or fish ing with the out-line, or to prevent tho Fish Commlsslou from taking from tlicso waters fisbc9 for propagation or any kind of scientific purposes. Tho third suction of the act makes It unlawful to allow tar, oil, ammonlacal liquor or other waste products of gas or other works to flow into or be deposited In Hock Creek or tho Potomac ltlver, or any of its tributaries within tho Dis trict, or into any ptpo or conduit lead ing to tho same. Tho penalty provided for a violation of this section Is a tine of not less than $10 nor more than $100. General W. II. P. Leo nntl Lawyer Clements appeared for tho trap.nctters and glllcrs, nnd Jlr. A. L. Grimes for the seinc-liaulors in tbo District. Tho latter aro willing to havo the bill passed provided tho words "aclnc-hauling" arc omitted. General Banks, chairman of tho sub-commltlco, presided. Tho hearing was but a brief ono. After tho committco was called to order, Fisherman Grimes presented a petition, signed by a number of his brother seiners of tbo fishy tribes, op posing the clause preventing tho taking of fish in that particular way. The petition told how fish are their own worst enemies and how the humanitarian seiners prevented the en tiro elimination of the finny tribes from tho river. Tho paradox was oxplainod in this wise in tho petition: When fish spawn, other fish appear and eat the the spawn. By catching the fish before-they havo a chanco to cat tip the poor spawn the rising fishy jjencration is protected, says tuo seiners' petition. The committeo re ceived the petition, and then General Leo and Lawyer Clements submitted their brief. Its principal point is tho alleged unconstitutionality of tho old law. which it is proposed to revive. The brief concludes: It is in evidence before this honorablo committee that tho passage of this proposed prohibi tory law will tako from citizens of both tho District of Columbia and of Vir ginia rights and privileges that they and thoso before them havo enjoyed for a century past, to wit, tho right of fishing in tho waters of tho Potomac ltlver opposite their lands. It Is also in evidence that private property will bo rendered value less by tho provisions of this bill, such as fishing shores, etc., without due process of law, and without just com pensation, contrary to Article V of tho amendments to tho Constitution of tho United States, which declared that: "No person shall be ,f " deprived of life, liberty or property, without duo process of law, nor shall privato prop erty bo taken for public uso without just compensation.'' It Is respectfully submitted that the provisions of tho proposed mil are con trary to existing law and repugnant to the Constitution of tho United Btatcs, and should not pass. There was somefurthor talk about damoges sustained by Virginia fisher men, and then tho hearing adjourned. Tho matter is left in tho Hands of the sub-conimtttce. MUST 1K KV1T CLEAN. ,lulgo Sllllor Instmots the Police To Look Alter nook Stands. There was a test made in the Police Court this morning to ascertain whether cab drivers and owners could bo com pelled to contributo toward keeping the hack-stands clean. Oftlcer Acton testi fied that at tho Sixth-street depot the stand was kept clean, but that thoro wero some drivers for tho n rdlc Com pany who positively refused to do their share. Attorney Hay reprcscntcl tlio llerdlo Comnanv in the dofense ot the drivers. Ho claimed that tho company did not know who was responsible or who ought to receive tho pay for cleaning theso stands. Ono of tho drivers of tho herdlc stated that the company had paid $700 within tho past few years for keeping hack-stands clean. Judge Miller Informed tho company that' they would bo compelled to do their bhare, and tho police wore in structed to m;o that they did. A tiooil Investment Is Hint which yields largo returns from a email outlay. Header, tho way (s clear! No speculation, no chance, big returns! If you are like most of mankind you havo somewhere a weakness don't feel at all times just as you'd like to headache to day, backache to-morrow, down sick uoxt week all because your blood Is out ot nrrtur. A small outlay nnd what larco re turns! You Invest In Dr. l'lerco's (ioldon Medical Discovery aud soou pure fresh blood courses through your veins and you ure another being! Work of tlio I'nn-Amerlean. It was decided at tho Pan-American Conference yesterday afternoon to post pone further consideration bf tho mone tary committeo reports until tho spooches can bo translated and printed. Tho United States delegates will support tho report of tho majority, except tho clause which makes tho proposed international coin legal tender lit all tho countries. Tho report of tho committco on customs union would havo been adopted had a quorum of tho conference been preseut when It came up for consideration. Illumine Jlueos at Ilounlugs, Special trains fur YVashluton Jockoy Club track will leave Sixth street station 12:05 noon, 1;!10, 2:00, and 2:C0 p. in, on racn days, he-jlnnlug Tuesday 1st and continu ing until Saturday 5th. Those trains will return Immediately after tho races. Hound tilp tickets, Including admission, $t.2.. CIiIii.iuo'h Hun of J.uul;. i out Iht I irtlminiiOlU Jwrnul '. In tho retirement of Bismarck thu nirilranho2 may not be vindicated, but it Is tit least avenged. Ailvlro to Mother. Mrs. Inflow's Soothing Byrun should always bo used for children teotblug. It toothes tho child, sottens the cuius, allays all tiaJn, cures wind colic, and it is tho best remedy for diorrheca, 25c, a bottle. WAS TIMCV'S HOMH riUKD? ltepnrt That tlio Servant Girl dinned tlio Calamity, A special dispatch fiom this city to tho New York War alleges that tbo mystery which has surrounded tho firo at Secretary Tracy's houso on February 3 last Is about to bo cleared up by tho confession of Bridget Sweeney, n do mestic In tlio family, to tho effect that she tired tho houso. Iter statement Is said to bo that sho poured korosuno all over tho dining-room paneling nnd as far up tho stairs as hor stock of oil would go j that she then lit tho parlor gas, set firo to the coal oil around tlio wainscoting and went to church. No motive whatcfor Is assigned for tho horrible deed, and no posslblo inccntlvo except Insanity, Jiivcr slnco tlio lire Bridget Sweeney has been kept under closo survclllauco by the police. Sho was not called at tho inquest, and this fact was consid ered very singular, in view of her own Urango statements as to tho origin of the firo. llor account was that sho loTt tho house at 0:40 on tho morning of tho firo to go to church. She perceived no sign of lire at that time, and smellcd no smoke. Yet tho llio was under full headway at 11:05 fifteen minutes after sho left tho honse nnd a general nlarm was turned In at 0:5S. Tho fact. that sho said: "My God, that's our house," when sho'henrd tho firo bells ring, is cited In support of tho plausibility of tho story, and tho evi dence of tho colored man, Brent, and tho butler, "Walsh, as to tho 'rapidity with which the firo spread, Is taken as corroborative evidence of Its Incendiary origin, Tbo ) states that General Catllnr tho brothcr-ln-law of Secretary Tracy, did not credit tho dispatch, aud de clared his Implicit confidence in tho servant, who had been with tho family so many years, , Tho police of Brooklyn also denied that the woman was or had been under surveillance by them. i The servant, Biidget Sweeney who is alleged to havo confessed to tho firing of Secretary Tracy's houso, returned to hpr homo in Brooklyn about -three weeks auo". Secretary Tracy Is out of tho city, having gono to Brooklyn yesterday, but his private secretary was questioned In regard to tho matter. Ho was unable to givo any positive in formation on the subject. Ho slated that the woman had been employed iu tho family for nearly fourteen" years and was treated almost like a member of it. If tho rumor was true he could suggest no possible motivo except in sanity aud added further that sho had seemed to him to bo of unbalanced mind. Sirs, Vilmerding, tho only other member of tho Tracy household in tho city, could not bo seen. A MAN Oltnjr.VTKl). I'utrlrli Ito.vno lliivtieil In South AYnshliigton Firo. This morning about 1:00 o'clock a firo broke out in a shanty at No. 1011 Sixth street southwest. The place was owned and occupied by Bichard lloync. Before the firo department ar rived tho flames had oxtended to a small house adjoining, owned and oc cupied by Patrick Hurley. Both buildings wero destroyed. After the flames wero extinguished a search of the ruins was made, and, in the ashes of house No. 1011, in which the lire originated, tho remains of Richard Hoync wero recovered. They wero horribly burned and the odor from tho burning flesh which permeated tho locality was almost unbearable. Richard Iloyno was a widower and lived all alone in the little cabin lu which, ho was practically cremated. His wife died a little over a year ago, and since then ho has been despondent, and at times ho would resort to drink to drown his sorrow and loncsomencss. fie was known to havo been somewhat vtndcrtho influence of liquor last night, and it Is presumed lie went home and In some way knocked over the lamp or went to sleep with his pipo in his mouth. An innuest was hold over tho bodv br Coroner Patterson this afternoon at 2 ( o'clock. - CHICAC.O A I) THIS WUKLM'.H PA lit. Siilue lntareitlne Observation of the Hon. Whltelair Held. l'tom the Herald. We asked Mr. Reid what effect the action of Congress regarding tho World's Fair had had pon the interest of tho French people. "That is a. subject on which I oc cupy delicate ground," ho said smiling. "As a public officer nnd an American I shall do my best to get foreign aid for it, nnd shall do till in my power to advnnco its interests. But personally; and as a New Yorker, Lmust confess that I was disappointed that this city was defeated. It will undoubtedly make a difference with tho interest which Frauco will tako in tho fair. As a Frenchman said to mo soon after tho vote was announced: 'Why, you might us.'well talk of having a World's Fair at Lyons. It 13 a large city, I know. But who would como to It or esteem It a French affair par avcellcnce if it were not held in Paris. "Tlicioisno doubt," continued Mr. Reid, "that tho decision of Con gross will affect French travel in this country. Tlio French nro. not great travelers, and when to !1,000 miles of ocean Is added 1,000 miles of Inland travel in a strange land, where the French of Paris is not spoken, you will find them very timid indeed. "Just before sailing I was talking with the head of tho recently deposed Cabinet, which had so much to do with the success of tho Paris Exposition. He was commenting on tlio short time left for preparing for n World's Fair, and ho said, with n good deal of force, I thoucht- 'Whv have a World's Fair at nll'7 America' has beaten tho world taming the forces of nature; let her havo ii National Fair which shall ex hibit her "own imperial resources. It would bo much better than any attempt to follow In tho lines of any preceding exposition.' "But, MJilously," coullituod Mr. Held, "I find ono very serious causo for lukewaimncss on the part of tho artists of France. They complain that America steals their Ideas, particularly- in tho lino of decorative mt, brou.cs, clo,, and they nro also soio, aud with good cau3o, because wo impose n duty of 110 per cent, on foreign works of art. This feeling will bo manifest, I havo no doubt, when wo como to ask for con tilbutions, and it would bo felt equally If tho Fair were coming to Now York. 1 have always held that works of art should bo duty frco, aud I am more strongly of tho opinion than over that tho tailif on them should bo removed." tr. Johnston's Vnjaco. The fi lends of Dr. W. W. Johnston arc anxious to have it stated that, acting under tho advice of his physicians, ho lias lUKCit nil r.iuopean nip iu uuiiuiii , bis health. Overwork during tho Into i iildt'iuic hero seriously impaired Ills i physical strength. It Is believed that i tin ocean vnyugu and tho consejiiiont iut will benefit him. Thu ditto of his return will depend on his ooudltion. 1'insT w mi of the seann are to ho round at fthooiiiukur'ft, No. 1U1 aud &U K Micet. STATU Off TKVIIB. Condition of llnslno) JInforo tlio !H- iiMrous Mtnrm I'uiiio. Nnw York, March 20. R G. Dim ft Co.'s weekly review of trade will say: Until tho severe storm of Thurs day, which swept over Western and central States, doing damage at Louis ville mid sotno other localities which cannot yet bo estimated, tho wcathor for tho past week has been favorable for business. At Cleveland, Detroit, Chicugo, Milwaukee and Omaha somo improvement in tho volume of business was seen. At St. Paul trade was some what quiet; at Kansas City there was no marked Improvement; at St. Louis tho volume of trade Is fair; at Louis ville nil communication has been cut off by a tornado, which has cans id great loss, and nt Pittsburg both tlio iron and glass trades aro depressed, with no change in coal. Tho money markets of tho interior nro fairly supplied. Advices as to for eign monoy markets aro also favorable. Payments through banks at tho differ ent cities continues to show great in cicnso over last year. Movements of pioducts make It certain that at least n considerable part of thlslncrcaso Is duo to expansion in legitimato trade, lu general, tho markets are much less dis turbed by speculative excitement and manipulation than Is usual. It can hardly bo said that tho Indus trial situation has Improved, though something Hko a rally in the iron mar ket is reported at Philadelphia. But a speculative block of 100,000 tons, said to bo held by a leading firm In tho cop per trade, Is banclnc over tho niir iron market, and at tlio same time prices of Alabama and Virginia iron aro weaker. Pittsburg also notes a fall of twenty-fivo to thirty cents per ton, and prices of manufactured products, arc weakening there. Lower quotations arc made for rails at tho Ktvtf below $!M GO being named, and bar iron is pressed downward, by offerings of "Western mills. Tho sales of wool hero nnd at Philadelphia show no Improvement, but at Boston manu facturers appear to bo Increasing their purchases. No Improvement Is seen In woolen goods, and sales of cottons arc such as aro usual at this season. There aro well-known circumstances which account for much of tho uncertainty in business. A proposal to change duties on any article, whether it bo wiso or unwise, has a tendency to arrest tho disposition to trado on ono side or tho other, nnd tho tariff bill about to be reported at Washington will alter tho conditions In a great number of trades. The artificial control of output of prices by any com bination has tho samo influence where ever It i3 believed that tho power of con trol is strained aud may soon collapse. The great incrcaso In dumber of such combinations within the past two years affects many trades. Within, a moro limited sphoro, tho apprehension of losses resulting from the mild winter alYccts somo trades. But these causes arc not of n permanent nature, and tho volume of trade nevertheless In progress has never been surpassed at this season. Failures during tho last seven days number, for tho United States, 217; for Canada, 20; total 210, as compared with 255 last weeki For tho corresponding week of last year tho figures wero 201 in tho United States and t!G in Canada. ntuAcnuK laws' cash Ho Is Ilroucht to Court anil UN l'or somit llond Taken. Dr. Robert S. Laws, tho pastor of tho i Virginia Avcnuo Colored Baptist Church, was bofore .Tudgo Miller this morning. Through his attorney ho en tered a plea of guilty to the charge of failiifg to properly enter on tlio rccoids the marriage of Thomas Quivas and Frances Murcln. Counsel ox-plained to .Tudgo Miller that In tho year 18SS, when this oll'cnso was committed, thero wero 2,203 marriage licenses Issued iu tho District of Columbia, and that tho Reg ister's books show that only 8ri0 of thoio were reported nt .this office. After fur ther argument defendant's personal bonds wero taken. Temparnnco for' Sarace. BnussET.s, March 29. The English delegate tp tho Anti-Slavery Confcrenco submitted a proposition that tho sale of alcohol bo prohibited in the interior of Africa. The German members opposed tho proposal. All the other delegates were In favor of It. A'ot to Wed. Yik.nxa, March 20. Tho report to the affect that Archduchess Stephanie, the widow of tho Crown Prince Ru dolph, has been betrothed to Archduke Franz, tho heir to the Austrian throne, is declared to be absolutely false. Eveiiv one's buiy Is tho best; every ono's catarrh or lnlluenza Is tho worst; but. every one's catarrh or Influenza can be Mivml I... tlin iKn .f OM KflnUs Pfttnrrh cured by tho uso of Old Cure. Price only 3 cents per box. Tlilrty-elukt. Oars A II am o ()di;ssa, March 20.-rA railway train consisting 'of thlrty-ijiglit 'cars loaded with petroleum, caught lira near Ba touon and was totally consumed. Three men were burned to death. Rheumatism, BEING duo to tho presence of uric acid iu tho blood, is most effectually cured by tho uso ot Aycr's Sursapa rllln. Bo sure you get Aycr's and no other, and tako it till tho poisonous acid Is thoroughly expelled from tho system, Wo challenge attention to this testimony : "About two years ago, after suffering for nearly two years fiom rhuuuiiitlo gout, being abbi to walk only with great discomfort, and having tried various remedies, including mineral waters, without relief, I saw by an advertise ment In a Chicago paper that a man had been relieved of this distressing com plaint, after long suffering, by taking Ayor's Saraaparilla. 1 thuiiduoidod to muko ft trial of this medicine, and took it regularly for eight months, and am pleubed to state that it law effected u complete cure. I havo slneo had no re turn of tho disease." Mrs. H. Irving Dodge, 110 West 125th St., New York. "Ono vear ago T wru tnkon III with Inllaniuia'torv rheumatism, being con fined to my houso sU month". 1 ( out of tho sickness very much debut latcd, with no appetite, nnd my system disordered in every way. I eonimuiieeil using Aycr's Sarsaparllta and began to , Improve lit onco, cabling in strength 1 mii q.wii, miMnw lii niv usual health. I .(innot sny too much in priiWeof this well-known modlrino." Mrs. I,. A. Stark, Nashua, N. 11 Ayer's Sarsaparilla, ritEriiiM) tv Or. J. O. Aver ic Co., Lowell, Mass. t'lieolU .1 buitli., -V Worth t.'iftluttle. MEVhll 1.0M1. LOUM II1M-II LOEB & HIRSH, A Moat CompUto Stock of all tho Nowot aud .Moit DoIrttblo GENTS' FURNISHINGS AND HATS, No. 012 V Street u. w., Washington, H. ('. f.Cs7UJ:S,tf HAD A KISSING 1-''. Vonnjs Cnpo. May Hohnot-ltoyn IIuirKed tho Olrln, Oato Mat, March 20. Sounding nbovo tho roar of the waves that beat on the Capo May beach thero has gono up the last few days afierco cry of Indigna tion trom tho llttlo city's residents over n sensational occurrcnco In tho public school a few days ago in which the sons of several reputable business men of tho plnco transgressed tho rules of order nnd sobriety, and, in a moment of reck lessness, committed n rash, iudeed, u shocking act. Tho principal of tho public school is Professor Charles Leroy Wheeler, n man of considerable reputation and ability. Next to him In position and authority is Miss Emma Williamson, n st i let dfclpllnarliin nnd a well-known preceptress In Southern New Jersay. llor department Is known as tho second division of tho school, nnd It Includes about Ilfly rosy-checked girls and bright-eyed boys, ranging In ago from 13 to 10 years. On Tuesday lust Miss Williamson was attacked by a sudden illness, nnd ono of tho older scholaro-lu Principal Wheeler's department, War ren llughos, was substituted at tho head of tho second division in tho placo of tlio tick teacher for that day. When tho boys nnd girls sat down at their desks at tho opening of tho Tues day morning session they wero sur prised to miss tho fnmillar face of their lady teacher and to find her seat filled by Master Hughes, a youth scarcely 17 years of age. Tho mischievous boys winked nt ono another, and mado prepa rations for a grand racket aud fctu. As soon as tho youngest class lined up iu fiont of tho desk of tho embryonic pidagoguo, tho boys, with eyes full of deviltry, mado ono grand rush for tho pretty girls. Tho imploring cries of the young teacher wero unheeded. Seizing hold of tho seaside lasses tho boys proceeded to dolugo them with kisses and then rolled them over tho scats. Not satisfied with this the chi valrous but hot-headed gallants re sorted to some Imprudent acts that brought loud cries of help from tho indignant aud nflrlghtcned maidens. Acting Instructor Hughes was power less, aud could do nothing with his law less pupils. Before Principal Wheeler was obio to arrive on tho sccno of dis order tho abused girls had begun to cry loudly and protested that they wero go ing to toll their mammas nnd papas. Upon tho appearance of tho Chief Pedagogue tho guilty urchins slunk back in their seats to escape detection. A sound lecture ensued, but overy ef fort on the part of the principal to find tho perpetrators was futile. When tho school was dismissed tho girls, told their mammas, and of course tho whole story immediately reached tho cars of tho papas, who ranted, stormed and shouted by all the gods that punishment Should be meted out to tho reprehensible lads. On Wednesday night tho School Board held a star-chamber meeting in tho highest story in tho big school building to investigate tho serious affair. Tho accused boys were arraicned and nil pleaded not cuiltvi Tho fathers of the girls wero present and loudly caueu lor justice. Alter ulscussing the matter until tho "wee sma" houi'3 of the morning, tho School Board, non plused, adjourned to meet on Saturday night. Tho affair has created a sensa tion in tho little seaboard towns and the fathers of tbo abused girls aud accused boys arc at dagger-points and venting their spleen at each other with nil tho prodigality of tho frogs that croak loudly at the moon mounting every night over the angry waters of tho broad sea. Six Ilundroil Students Arrested. Moscow, March 20. Tho University and tho College of Husbandry have been closed. Six hundred students have been nrrcsted. Tho disorders at tho college wero duo to tho arbitrary ac tion of tho director in prohibiting tho circulation of Count Tolstoi's "Krcut.er Sonata." HOT Hundreds of people feel hot and fever ish even hi-the coldest weather. It Is a bad sign. OR On tho other hand, many persons are chilly, shivering, with icy hands and feet, when tho weather is comparatively warm. In both cases It is the sign of a COLD Stop it! .Nciirly every fatal disease begins with a cold. PERRY DAVIS' PAIN-KILLER Will Nlon ilio Colli lu F.ieryliistuiicc. This grand remedy is not an experiment; it has been used for 50 years. It Is a product of science; it is indorsed by scientists. It is tho best. Do not take any chances with your health. roil HAI.KT.OTS. REAL ESTATE OL'ITCE OP JOHN B. WIGHT. 1ICS1 Street Northuoit. Near tho RIggs Houfo. Notary Public. LOTS. Florida avenue, between Mass. avo and It ft., 2:1x100 31 M Boautlful lots Juit opposite Kutorama. 3lHt.,bot. N. Cap. nnd 1st st'. n. W..13S feet front. Very desirable for building Corner 19th st. and Oregon avo 1) st. n. v., bot. 1st and 2d, 10.6x00 3d and Fsts. n. o., 103x120 Beautiful lots on Btoughton st. 2 Water lots on Buzzard's Point. 20th St., bet. L and IX, 25x140 to 30 foot alloy. Very lino building lots In; tho fjor'tli'int Boundary ft, .near N. cnpltoi, i.ixh.... ltth St.. bet. N t. aud Mass. nvc. 01-foot front. Will sell ,cw to quick buyoi Itoaiiofco St., facing -.outb, .Oxl50. T5 2 20 1,050 90 I can offer speelul ludueeinentsto luvoUors and builders. C'orrospondoii'Mi Ited. und conversation bi I70!tSALE--I.OTSlNl'AIRVIK'llE10HTS ' IJ on Tcnnallytown Road and Wondloy I Lnno, opposlto oak View. Eloctrlo railway trucks now laid to thoso lots, which have nhluwalks lu front and gas mains. Prlcoj i lower than asked for other lots In Immediate vicinity, riiuau oasn paymouis. .nontniy or joariy limn given ut a per cent, iniorosi. per 3211 JitAI.I,, . BROWN Si CO., 1321 F st. ..-nvcvtrV I 1115 t' hliiol. .Menilier or IVusliliiglon htix-li lAcliutiKc. ,u 1, ten I slurbs uml securities, Iioiic;lit und Mild. 'O- Af7 SnitHAT. MITIOK. fc$) NATION NMtEDICAI, fOlXEOl!, i WtDIrAMlKI'AUTMRNT OI'TIIE COhUM 11IAN UMVhllMTY, I 1333 II -'.n W. TI,i)Kirln(r(oursi) I.onlure will hi'itlll oii'lt rSpAY, Willi, l.uttlp in., and eon HiiiiniiiilllMAY.lt. No, '0 teiiulroit oxwi't tlml lorMattleiilntlonig-V A I'. A. KING M. l.,1)oan. mrtO.Bt ; J0 13th t. n. w. KnrTlIB WAHHINOTOM LOAN AN11 Ky? THIIhT fOMI'ANY. CAI'ITAhSl,00O,(M TKHfOltAltYOVFtCU". 1(01 v n n w, iircvlmiii to tlio eroetlon of tho company's building, corner 9th und K MONEY I.OANB11 ON roT.tiATRHAT, AND ON 11HAI, KSTATK. Woll scoured loam, Knnrantced bytlin company, forsato. In terept paid. Call on or correspond with us V. 11. Itollfi-ON, (-oo, 11. H. WAHNEit, Pros. . . niHEirroiw. Charles B. llallcr, Genruo V. Hohnfer, James I., lluruotir, Thomas Homervlllo, nrnrjtn 11. llartol, John A. Hwopo, Hlehard W. Clay, J. 8. Hworrastodt, llonico S. Cnmnilng", Ilattorsley W. Tulbott J.J larlnrton, Hcorito Truoiwloll, John Joy Kdnon, It. II, Warnor, Charles J I'nulkncr, A. A. Wlliou, Albert 1. Fox, L. D.WIuo, n. C. Clrecn.v 8. W. Woodward, William 11. Ourloy, Clias. Hon Wilkinson, John II. Ijiruer. A. H. Worthlm-ton. f 0-7-90 FOFF10B OKTIin nAllllf.lt ASPHALT I'AVINM COMPANY. NO 1 UnoADWAY, NBW YollK. March 8, lt)M. TO WHOM IT MAY CONOKHNi A mcotineol thontoolthiildor'of thoBurner AtphaltPavlnp Comrany will bo hold at tlio offlco of tho companv. at No, I llroadwuv, Knw York, nt 11 a. m.. MONDAY, MAKCU 31, 1MO, for tho consideration of tho iiotlonof InorcnsliiB tho capital stook of tho company and tho transaction of tmch other business as may como brfnro It. A. L. llAltnclt, President. J. C. HOCK. Focrolary, IJKJ3T-THE COtATMntA NATIONAL IUNIT, l3 UllFst. n.w., Washington, D.C. A General Banking Iluatucss Transacted. CapltalT?2M,000. B. n. WAUNKlt, President. A. T. BltlTTON, Vloe-Irealdent. E. S. PAltKnil, Cashier. Cv5T"LADIE8l LADIESI LADIESI jy Mrs. McCafferty l tho only hat and bonuet-framo manufacturer In tho olty. Call and eee her new shape. Ulo.ichlng and preFtlnir. Straw and felt hats altorod to tho latest 6tylo3. Orders promptly attondod to. loooO street n.w. gggrDR. WHITE, CHIROPODIST 1410 Tenna. avo., opposlto Wlllard'a notch Thousands from tar and near visit Dr. White for relief from and avoldanco of corns, bun Ions, diseased nails and all other foot troubles. , Hours. 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.: Sun days. 9 to la. KstahllBhed 1SG1. Feo. 81. 'WHY NOT IUVE YOUR 8IIIRTO nmdo bv ono of tho most celebrated cutters In America t Prleo' amo n thoo thlrd-rato cutters charge. P. T. HALL, 003 F st n w. WANTED- n ETA. AdxertltcmtnU midtr tMi head, four lints or ets, 23 centi for one Inurtton; 50 ctnU for three. W'ANTEn-TWb' IIEUABT,B MKN, WHO understand loan association work, to act as general agents for tbo Peopla's Build ing. Loan and Saving Association of Geneva, N. Y. Write earlv, giving ago aud references. H.F. OASCOIONE. Manager. mrlH.lw 1 ANTED-UY A GOOD COLORED h AUN- VV dross, washing and Ironing to do at homo; references given. Apply 1B19 N II av. ANTED A WHITE GIRL FOR GEN eral "ffousowork In a small family, man, wlfo and boy S years old; German pre ferred; to tbo right party a pleasant homo and good wages assured. Apply at. No. 1003 O st n w. AN ABLE ADVERTISING, INSURANCE, Safo, Lightning-rod- or Booh Agent, or Reporter, of great savolr falre, for literary work. Largo salary. Wrlto London & Hart ford Pub. Co.. N. Y. WANTUD SITUATIONS. WANTED-A YOUNG LADY OF niGH social standing, refinement and cul ture, financially emnarrassed, oarnostly de sires Immediate employment; do copying or wilting of auy kind or act as companion and assistant to an Invalid or elderly lady, or will Instruct small children and tako tho en tire caro of them for tho summer; highest references and testimonials given as to anil ity, .to.; torma moderato. Address MISS VIRGINIA C , Box 117, Liberty, Bodford County, Va. i . .i -., j ...y - "i - - iv.i y rap no csi:s. WANTED TO FURCIIASK FROM OWNER several Bmall framo housos: price not to oxecod Saoo each; no commissions. Ad dress T., Critic Offlco. mar2l,3t WANTKD ItOOMS. WASTED A PLAINLY-FURNISHED room in tho northeast part of city whero there will bo no objection to light housekeeping. Address D. P. II., this ofllco. 1'UllSONAt,, Adrertlfemcnli under thlt head, four lines or lets, SScenttfor one intertlons: 60 cents for three. N OW 13 THE TEME. WK WILL PAY "blc monov" lor cenw nrst-oiass sec ond-hand clothing. Address or call at JUSTH'S OLD STAND. 619 D St. n. W. - i'iii.t FOK SAT.K MISCKIXANKOU3. AdveitlwnienU under this Head, four tlnettr Ute, 23 ctntt for one Insertion; 50 cents for thru. I5"sALESW00liATOnLAS 1ST 310HT J cago Bouds aro offerod for salo by E. B. COTTRKLL. No. 1148 K. Y. avo. FOR SALE-HORSE AND LANDAU-A styll-h Gray Horso, over 10 hands high; lino harnoss and not much usod; Landau made by Joyce; aro offered at roa3onablo ratos on account of owner leaving tho olty. E. II. COTTRKLL. 1118 N Y. avo. FR SALE-S75 SPECIAL STAR. 5MNCn, silent raohot, I nlokcl, absolutely per feet condition. Address or apply 223 A st s o. coaiatissioNKK ox iikkds. 8. I1UNDY, COXl'R OF DEEDS FOR ALL titates aud Territories. 458 La. &e.. odd. c. Cttv Hall - ox- WHY PAY RENT? Payments of 815 to 8-10 monthly will buy you a eo7y suburban homo In any looallty you deslro or stylo you fauoy. Wo wilt buy for or sell you a houso of any value on pro portionate payments. No Security Required. Wo aio not a Building Loan Association, but a Mutual Murtgnga Company, with ovor 2.CC0 members, havlug tho plum, ways and means to carry out above offer. Granite Stale Provident Association, 11,11 AMI 171 HltOAinVlY, NI'.VV YORK W. S. ODELL cSi CO., OENARAI. AOKNTS, Rooms 3J-3I Uluutlo Building, mai21,lm. 030 F street n. w NVESTMENTS In Mineral or 'i'linlier lands in Eastern Kin turky. Wust Virginia mill the boutliwosti'in part of old Virginia, or In lots and noro prop eity hi or near tho new and coming towns of Old Virginia, vlllnayoor 10 '.t Vtn. Capl tallstis and small 'lnvotori address W. A. It. JIOIIERTSON, Attorney and Counsellor-ut in l..iw, Wa'lst.NowY.uk lO 1 u C'i'V orllrNMl Tonn ' -' jitrcunt i' 'cut, HOMES itorsr.i, Airtr'UmunUivmtrr "llo hnvt, four Wit' or ktt, 115 etn'i for on iM'riimi; Ml ctnUfor thru. 17011 KALK-AN KXCKM-UVr llOtlll'.K 1" brlek corner dwelling, Hltimtnd In tho licit jmrt nf the n w ncnliim; handsomely fln llinl wl'li nil modern rutin nnd Improve ment'. nwliiBtnolrouintmii'0 oalllne tlio owrer Ion dlntiinl city thl property h of fered nt n low price, nnd Isiinnno-dlonably tlialicfit lmrclinoo now nttntnnhlolnthatneu- tloiiji'tleo $I8,(XKI, 1J, II. ItOIlKUTSON, 1115- II St. lo-liiM F Oil PA1K-4 IIWHlUV IK. HUM) AT onco: S slnrv and hnfcmcnt nrlflK noil -in: 7 room' nnd hath! nil mod imp's situated at No. O) 1 t n wj price 81 300; tonn' ono-thlrd cbkIi. tmliiiico 1, 'i nnd yenM. Apply to rilAXriH ItUFTV. 13U1 P st n w. fo.T-00 17011 RALK-ON CONnTvbT A LAIIOG, J1 mnimodloun, sunny houso, ooutalnlnit nil mod Imp, In a fnlilnrnhln nnd nttraotlvo neighborhood. II. 11. ItOllP.UTSON, 1515 list. . . fo'.7-'.K) TrviitHAi.r a vuiiY kinh iioum.ncoti J' nor houso In tho n w, with ovor B.dM feet will n. ii of eroundi prlco 815,000, KOUliltrriON, ir,io ii st n w lOI-'JU I POH 8AI.K-IN A1,KXNDIUA, 0-ROOM 1 frnmo houso, Just Unlshlne: iivdrantln ynro;iot liixn.v, sium uomo; pneo, uu. Ap ply to IIOI1EKT J. TIIOMAH. Itoom No. 2, 013 l fit li st. irOlt HAT.B-FIIAMB IlOtlSB 000 IN 2.1 .L' foot alloy, bet Dili and 10th nnd Q and II Bts s wi 7 rooms: hall on both tloors; oloiotn fronting the Potomao; 15 per cent Invest ments lot 311 feet front by Ml deep, 19 foot from nth st. Apply within. FOR SALE-TIIRRF. OF THE ClIKArKST houses In Wnshlncton, 100, 108 and 110 11th st n os two-story nnd basomrnt, hrown utono trimmings; 7 rooms nnd bath; oloctrla bells and gns: price, ?.1,MK) each, 3-XX) cash bnlnnco to suit or trade for eood lots. roil ItK.STllOUSllS. Adtertltcmtntt vndir thu luad, fovrHwtor kit, to cents for out tiitrtUm; 50 cent for three. Tf OH flENT-UNFURNIBHED- ifonilavcnw.ttr' 8200 00 1413 Vass nvo, 17 rs and stable 200 00 1411 K st n w. 13 rs 200 00 K22 Vt uvo n w. 10 ra 200 00 inn Conn nvo. 15 rs 175 oo 11th --t ex., 15is 15100 Iwh M st n w, is rs 125 00 KXO ICthst ii w. lira 12-100 1737 st n w. 11 rs 100 00 ltCOlhnplnstn w,13rs 100 00 17".! Pstn w.iars loo co 1013 sixtnw.l Irs loo oo 4tCCthPtnw, lllrs 75 00 M2iCBtnw.ltr 7500 ura Cbapln t n w, 12 rs 75 00 MMOst nw. It rx 05 00 npiNHnvo.10 rs fiooo Htafloui-litonst.il rs 5100 HOIMonghtonst, 9rs 55 00 MtflMotwhtonnt.O rs 55 00 1750 1 st n w, 10 rs 55 00 r st, ncar2lst,7rs 50 CO 150121ststnw.8rs 50 00 1019 Corcoran Bin w. Ors 43 50 15.13 Pierce Ptnco. 3 rs 35 00 2032(1 Htn w.iu rs 40 00 117 II st n w, 8 rs .15 00 200ilQstnw,2rB ai.13 2301 14th stnw.Srs 30 oo SOS 13th st n w. 8 rs 80 00 135I4J stsw.Crs IS 00 1 bo a bovo homos can bo examined by per mit Irom our ofllco only. tiiomas J. nsnen &CO., 13.'lFst.n.W. F IOR RENT. wdandra ave,21ra S125 00 llstn w. 35m 12500 1737 N St. 12rs 116 c: B14l7thstnw, lOra 1021-23N6tnw, 10rs 208 1st st no. 17 rs 210 lt stno, ITrs 1011 N II nve. lors HNllthstn w. 13rs 1754 M st n w. lfrs 138Bstne,9rs. 1135 9tbstnw. ISrs 2213d ftnw, lOrs 1D03 Fstnw, 14rs 131 Md avo no. llrs IOCS NU avo nw, Ors 13 E,it n w, Mrs C21 P at n w. 10rs 1405 31st stnw. lOrs 1025 Corcoran st, 9 rs 220 latst .'0,111- S327Pst.l2rs 21SCstn w. 13rs 1530 N J avo n w, 5rs 3230 stn w,7rs 1317 SSd st u w, 8rs dlSB stno, Era in301lthstnw,7rs 431 Q stnw. Ors 1320Vstn w.7rs 20107th st. Ors 2S20N stnw.Srs.. ....... 2422JMstnw, Trs 120S II st n o 7rs 2111Kstnw,6rs 1015 Madison st, Srs 022 L fit n w 015 8 Cave, Ors 200 Arthur Place, 7rs.... Olfl 2d st n c. 7rs 4t7EKtno,Grs 1215 20th n w.Brs 15523d stnw. Ors HllDstne, Ors 1031NCapst, Ors 16073d stnw. Bra Hyattsvlllo, Crs 2431Mnt nw. trs , 100 00 m 07 85 00 8(1 00 70 50 7.1 05 75 00 75 00 70 00 05 80 00 00 110 00 55 00 12 50 10 00 4.1 00 4100 40 00 40 00 30 90 3.100 31 10 35 00 M 4.1 23 00 .10 00 25 55 25 60 25 20 50 23 40 25 30 30 50 23 00 2,100 21 10 22 8.1 20 30 20 40 so 3? 20 00 19 50 IS 50 10 00 15 33 30l(nw,8rs isao 2235 Cleveland, Crs li 00 2211 Clovolandavo.Ors avo 13 00 1120 5th stno, Crs 12 30 2119I'8t. Srs 12 00 91stnw.4rs 11 SO 1113 N J avo s o, 5rs .- 1140 Tomperanoo avo n w. Srs 11 30 03 Fenton placo n o, Srs 11 00 1020 6th nt n o, Srs 10 50 coiumtna avo n w, 4rs m 417Ratnw,2rs 0 00 ; J722MoKeovers alloy, 4rs 8 50 i 251H 15th st, 4 rs 8 30 I 1 Rummy nlley H 00 Rear 020 Mass avonw,4rs u 50 STOItES. I COI37thstnw 15 00 ' MS art fctnw 1030 11. H. WAUNElt & CO,, 910 F nt n W. I mr2-i.dJisS.tf , T710H HENT- lo'l7 15th stnw, IS rs, fur 8150 00 1202 N stnw, 12 rs. fur 150 CO loot H at nw, 10 rs, fur loooo 3327N6tnw. 13rs 6000 73J 21st stnw, 14 rs 43 00 814 1st st n w, 10 rn 40 00 Bll Spruce fit 40 00 ISOiTHtnw.S ra 40 09 1013 T Htn w. Ors 30 50 710 9th St no. Crs 23 00 18l9ithstnw,5rsand6tablo 18 50 CHAS. E. BANES, With John F. Woggaman, N. w. cor. Uth and Osts. n. w. 17011 RENT-TWO BRAND NEW SIX : room framo housos, high nnd dry loca tion; near churches and publlo school In Ulilontown. Inquire of A. BEUREND, 438 U Btn w roii HUNT KOOJIS. AdrerlUdiu-ntt uwler thlt head, four lines or Use, 25 cents for one Insertion: 60 cents for three. HANDSOME FURNISHED ROOMS,' EN suite or blngle, at tho Buckingham, 920 15th stnw. overlooking Mel'herson Square. Choice tublo. 1?OR RENT-TWO FURNISHED ROOMS, suitable for gontlemon. No.OOSMstn w. CCIl.NTKV ItllAI, llSTATIl T70R SALE ABOItTt'aCRES ONiTsT 1 no oxtended, on tho lino of tho Eeklng ton and Soldiers' Homo Railway, being a part ot tho ctate nf tho lato Chief Justice Clius-e, now called ' Kdgowooil;" a good opportunity lor Investors. For particulars, price, oic, UHOWN,:i 41stn w. fu27-90 liKluho of CI1AP1N Pnll HALE .BIHDWOOD-REAUTIPULLY JJ iocatod: adjoining Charlottesville, ttesv llo. va.; over 50ii acres, all rami Imps, Including tino furniture; only 533,ww. u, u. uuui;hi'muini 151511 stnw. f Q27-0O aUI.VHY TCI LOAN'. S" "V. .ULCllEAll ESTATE AND LOANS. . Bargains In all parts of thu city. I.lfo and Firo Insurance. Corner bth and Fsts n w. La Droit Building. QNEY TO LOAN FOR KCILDINO 1'UR lioics. No delay when Hoourlty Is ao- i ceptablo. EMMONS to BROWN, 030 F st n W. lull.iK.M.lini Jtt nTONF.YTOLOANb"NHEAL ESTATE OH ili. flrst-olass Beeurltlos at lowost rates of IntorcBt. No delay whero security Is good. O. U. GREEN, 30.1 7th at. n.w. M ONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD SECURITY. TITLE CO., 170 La avo- M0!?ItY' IN ALL SUMS. TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY, AT 5 AND C PER CENT. M.M.l'AHKRR, Hl3FhtL INSTALLMENT floANS-WB Altjl All J. thorizeil by tho Unltod Soeurlty Llfp ln durance and Trust Company of 1'hllailolphla to advance money on Improved property lu Washington up to 75 per cent, of actual mar kot value, with or without llfo Insurance Loam payublo In monthly or quarterly In stalUneuts, ruuuliig 5, 10, 15 or 20 years, lu many Instances tho payments are low than tho rental of a houso. V. U. SMITH & SON, 1222 F btn w. MONEY TO LOAN lu mims to suit On Approvod Real Estate Sconrltr. U. H. WARNER & CO.. 31(1 S St, U, Wt I'OK n ti.r FOR SALE! HOU 3-story and lxisemnt 10-room brtck house; nil modern Improvements; situate Second stret. between U and D se. 470 Price, $0,000. 3-story framo bouo,wlth largo lot; situate on Hlxth street, between U and (J so. 277 Price, ?3,000. a-fitory brick house, containing 0 rooms and hath; size of lot, lsx75; situate on (J street ew. 4C3 Price, $15,000. 3-story and bach building; brick dwelling;, containing 10 rooms', all modern Improve ments; situato on corner of Ninth and 0 streets sw. 4J Price, S,000. B-story brlek house, 0 rooms and bath; situate on L street, between North Capitol and First streota uw. 403 Price, W,5S0. S-etory brick house, containing VI rooms; all modern Improvements; situate No. 021 K street nw. 4SS Prlco, $io,r,oo. 3-story brick house, 10 rooms; slzo ot lot, 2,1x125; situato No. 14-2 N st. nw. 231 Price, $10,000. 2-story and basement; brick house, 7 rooms and bath; situato on Now Hampshire avenue, bet. Land M sts. nw. 400 Prlco, $0,500. 2-story 0-room brick house; situato on Clovcland ave., bet. 12th and lUth, W and Boundary. 403 Price, $1,000. 3-story 0-room brick house, on Wallach Place. 4S1 Price, $1,300. 2-atory 0-room brick house; situato on Wallach Place. 413 Price, $3,100. 3-story brick house, containing 11 rooms and bath; and all modern Improvements; sttunto No. 1220 G st. n. w 430 Prlco, $13,000. Improved property on the north side of G st., wfdo front. 444 Price, $33,000. A largo stable property In a doslrablo lo cation; now under leaso to good tenant, paying 0 per cent. 317 . Prlco, $23,000. 194 Frame dwelling, Grant uve., .Mount Pleasant. Price, $7,000. 11400 Four alley houses, containing 4 rooms; each rent for $13 per month. Price. $0,600. 450 8-room framo house, lot 20x75, on L st. se. Price, $2,000. 497 2-story and cellar brick house, 0 rooms and bath; situate on Columbia Heights. Price, 510,000. Houses In Alexandria, Vn, 3-story brick dwelling, 13 rooms, with ofllco annex and largo ldo lots; situate on cor. Duke and St. Asaph sts.; lot 78x69. $3,S00. 3-story and back building dwelling, con taining 13 rooms and bath; lot 70x90; sit uato No. 011 Prince st. 403 Prlco, $0,500. 3-story and back building brick house, containing 13 rooms; situato on southeast cor. Prince and Patrick sts. 432 Price, $3,500. 4-6tory brick dwelling house, built in tho most substantial manner, containing 20 rooms; slzo of lot 32x112, 391 Prlco, $0,500. 3-story and back building; brick houso, containing: S rooms, situate on Columbus j st., near Prince. ..a-, TMcn. . 400. 493 3-story brick dwelling nouse, con taining 10 rooms and all modern improve ments; largo slcfo yard; situato on cor. Washington and Cameron sts., opposite Old ChrUt Church, Alexandria, Va. This is tho bebt situation In Alexandria. Price, $8,000. Terms Ouc-thlrd cash, balance ono anil two years. Ilonscs at Tails Church, Vu. A new cottage, situato only S minutes' walk from Falls Church stations. VV. ,fc O. H. It., Vn., containing 6 rooms, bath, pan try, and'triutt room; slzo of lot, 110x130 feet. Price, $3,100. Terms easy. ALSO A new cottago, sttuato only 5 minutes' walk from Falls Church station, W. it O. R. H., Va., containing, parlor, dlnlug-room, kitchen, 4 bed-rooms, bath, servants' room and Attic. Price, $3,500. Terms easy. Vueimt GruuiKl Nortlieusl uml South rust. All of square 1094 23c 1092.. :,jc South W02... " 103(5... . 1013 1111 10S0 , 1003 , 10S4 1107 1072 1027 1005 1043 , 10SS 1038 102iJ 109S 1037. 812 1039 1003 AND , 35c , NX! , 90! , 23e 30c 30c IWc 20c 35c 37Je 40c 42c 50c 50c , 50c , 23c . 00c . SOc , 40c , (BJe Halt of 4 lots G " 3 " 1 " ' 5 ' 1 ' 4 i i 1 " ' 1 " ' 1 " 3 " 2 l( 11 " o u 10 " WHOLE SQUARES -IN- ROSSLYN. nniWIng Lots ball sections of Uio Oily. FRANCIS HUFTY Real Estate Broker, 1.1H1 I'Sllfil, VVilslilntrloii, I). '. f02rW Atf'TiON sr.r I it'M'U'M'N III. DP , A'i' Mone- VAt.vAi)f.ErNii'Tifii.n i"iopi:ii 31 HTIiKKT.KimVKKN TWI.NlY -K AND1MBN1Y TUMID SThHKlS .", WRhT. ON MONDAY. MARCH 1 .DUTY 11 r FIVE O'CLOCK V. M . W v "ell in ! the preinleK. at public mi I'AHT OPIiT 2, IN .- , IB vi fronting M feet (, lwln' nn i i,rtl' M street by a depth of lW)fv.- tr, n ; No section of tho elly hs ' 'ire np lmproed tliun thl In the Int ft .v year". Terms: One-third of thopuroliaeraom ensh; balance In one nnd two yMirs, win, lerest nt o ier cent. p,- at num. int'i oinl annually, and -.cored bv ileodofi on tho properly, or nil cif-n. nt. option ' purehnsfr. A deposit of 8UO will If (pilredof theiuri li.is, i- at the tlrao or -'terms of mloio lie compiled with In il'1 dais, DUNCANMlNBhOS. Vtiellcnc mtHO.Ht m:oai. noticks. pfTin-fsupitiiM'K coiRr'oVfm TltKT oreoLUMIHA. In llio matter or tho ( TititUltm of ltimrlctti. Nn. ijw, L D'.ckot:. Ijrtnormnn. I Thu object of this suit Is to orfli'ir. Petitioner, Hentlel ta i:pprmnn, to el ,. her name to Henrietta 1 K)dMin. Thlt' Hun recites Hint the petitioner Isarc-ti ' of the Dlf-trlct of Columlilaand over tw r one (21) years of nge; tin' a mother"? " i petllloncrobtiiincd a divorce from the i . of tho petitioner In eighteen hundri l ' seventy six USIO), and th it tho gaardlai- i and custody of tho petitioner wis awa ' ', to her mlif mother; that lio has rc-liltl with her uiothcr In tho District of Colum i evorslnto said divorce, and thither ni" 1ms wholly supported, educated aud -vldcd for her; that by llio ducrco la sai I s ' her said mother was nllowed to ro-crao -lnuldcn caino of Hudson, and did re-,, i mild name and Is known by aldname;tl t. tho petitioner Is dehlrons of hiving tho - , a. name as her Buhl mother, nnd therefore i i i that her nainomay be changed frm ' of Henrietta Uppcrman tot.hat of He i-ic'ih, Hcdson. and for eoncral rullef. In pursuuncu of tho uct of Con," s such eaho mado nnd provided, and j, motion of tho i-ollcltjr for tho potltlo i r ' Is ordered by tho Court this 15ttiiljr Match, A I). 1K)P, that this notice ct tiling of said petition, and of tho nm' . nnd prayer thcroof bo published onco a wee for three (3) uonsecntlvu weeks In Tin; W i, inotoj, CuiTir, ii nevpBpor In general; ,t . latlon publlxhed In tho District of Colon' ... (bigned) w. H,cjr,,Iu".i Test- 1I..I. MKICiS.CIc .. By M. O. CL.VNCY. Assistant Cle ml5,ltaw,jf - Directory of Lawyers and Law Firms, "TVEAN & H1NDMAR3H, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, 1G2 Louisiana Avenue. mi'l, pAMPBELL CARRINOTON, ATTORNEV-AT-LAW, 503 D strectnorthwesf. Washington, 1) Webster Law Building. I'e&idenco, 1218 H strcot northwe-.t. riHIOMAS JI. FIELDS, JL Attorney ut Law, Comer IJ and D streets nw., . . Washington. T , Telephone 19. Residence, 9C8 Q st. nw. I eCf 30 T ACJ. RIDDLE. HBNRY B. D VV S. RIDDLE & DAVIS, Attorneys at Law, Havo removed their offices to tho X'ec .a I Building, comer Four and-half and Drtter-i northwest. lo-9(i 'i-j fEUB & WEBB, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOKS. 400 Fifth Street, Wasujnuton i ". Willlnm.B.Wotib. Henry lttmdall Webb, lolmHdnoy Wobb. fobStdA - T TXTILLUJI TWO.MBLY, ATTORNEY-AT-L.VW. Washlngtori " . 321 rouriiud-tt-half street, te27 dd.s' T VX700D13URY WHEELER, ATrORNEY-AT-LAW, 321 and 323 41 St., Cbnuncoy Building, - - Loumlana avo., athtngton, D. U. rrnctlees In tho Courts of tbo District ar 1 of l'rlnco George's Connty, Md. fo87dH ' T EON TOBRINER, ' ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. S29Four-auil-a-lialf trcctn.w..nearClly r , Washington, D. O. fvCidAff CuAiiuB AnuiiT. oim W Wiuyn. BERT & WARNER, Attorncys-at-Law, Rooms 9 and 10, 482 Louisiana uvonne, VvasbrngtOB. D, f. 101100 In tho Courts of tho District, Court of Claims, bupromo, Court of thu United States and Esecutlvo DopartmeV - fo'ff-dA-stf pOBEUT fi. L. WHITE, ATTORNEW-AT LAW, 482 Loulalaaa. A'teinio. V. O. Box 701. Washington, D. C. lob27distf TT B. 11ERL1N, I ' ATTORNEY-A'M.A-V ! Room 81. ; 472-178 EcralsIotAvenufli t fe27-d&stf Washington Q F. PHILLIPS. J. 0. 2AOTRY. O. F. D. 3ICSBNNEY. rniLLirS, ZACHRY AMcEENNBV fc27-00 Sun Handing Fst T ALTHEUS JOHNSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, foST-ilAtblf 408 Fifth Gliey VOll BALE AN1 RENT. " ytKAh ESTATE BULLETIN J."Vi -BT TIIOMAH E. WAGGAMAN, 017 1' street. Chucges made Wednesdays and Hatiuil.ir-f. 2-STORY HIUCK AND FRAJIB HOUSES 1MK SALE. 2210 to 22JI Boundary st n vr, b h, 1 rs. lti,aH 202-1 to 2012 Boundary stu iv. bh,4rs.. 15.701 2211 to 2229 loth st n w, bb, srs....,,.,. 13.WU tra3tol7Estnw. 6rs n.otn 701 lo 703 FBrragnt 6t n w, b b, 5 rs acar 1232Istn w,f h, 5rs h.OOil :i5S to all Jackson Hall alley n w, bh . '',-") 1 to 0 alley bet 12th and 13th, JI and N sts nw fi.ao.i ll!tonnifidfctnw, t h.4rs U.COJ 1123 20th st n w. f h, and 2 kouscs rear 5,vi 1811 D stnw, fh, Brs 5,n S!)2S to SKH V stn w, f h. 5 rs 5,M 1412 2sth st n w, b h, m 1, 0 rs 5.000 1217 and 1'H'J Jladlsou st n w. f h, 4 rs, and2bh rear 4.PM fmtoS35 22dstnw. bh.ml. Ors 4.5CSJ 507 and tOO Va avo and SOU 5th tl and 2 unlmprovod lots, so ).'' USO Sampson st n w. 1 h.Ors t.eoil :xr2StbBt be, bh, 0 rs :'.ooo 1 11 11 Sampson stn w. f h.U rs 2.0l 14H Sampson st u w, f b, llrs I,rr UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE. fl st, bet N Cap and 1st sts n w S l.JC Yu uve and 2ltb stuw 2,?( A st, bet 14th and 15th sts so 1.JVI I'Jtlist.bctECapaudA slsao l.C0. Per foot. Duiibaitonand Boall,30th and JUtsts n w l'Jtltfct, bet 11 und V stsn w .Mass ave. bot Del avo and 1st stn o... o i-t, bet 1st und 3d etsn w N e cor Va avo and ittlitaw U st, bet 2d and 3d u o HOUSES FOR KENT. Per m IllfiTst n w,7rs ir.' E st n w, a rs 17 N st n w. 7 rs 142 C bt n o, 7 rs 1.27 C st s w, 4 rs itOSQst n w,5rs 12il Del uve s w, 5 is SO Myrtle st n u, 7 rs Alley bet Cth and 7th. CJ nnd II sts n o.5rs U l-'st Tciracesc. 1 is STORKS, OFFICES, ETC. storeroom S2l 7th stnw Stable rear 151B I. st u w Storeroom. 1511 M stnw an 7th st, liiich room, 2d Hour Hull, 1500 llstsw Central Bulldlng.rm 22 Stublo rear 027 E stn w Stable ieai-Oil Ustn w dlh ft aud Pa avo, room 20 17 2 l.u nvo, 2 bae einoii t rs HEAL ESTATE INVESTMENT. Sato as U. S. bonds; 5 per cent,. quurterly; la sums of 81.000. In sums to suit at'ii per ceut. Tho nbovo I only a lyjrttou of tho pr. on my books. 1 or full list call at ufi SI '5 . 1 2.1 1 lU to lonth. H orl 2oi 29 on 20 0:1 n no i. ivi 13 a t.M s -hi S 1 $2 " Cfl .-or I l(i n i i '2 rtl ,ri ncj - M ' I'd s i ) bullpilu. lsuod on tlio int. ami mtn HOAKUINO. M""r. JUNKS -"TUB ELSirSlVir'-n' t ii w; new praarulug. now fun. r couddltloiml rooms; personal uttontlon' ' table, locution ,-eutial. near thoAi', -und Wurmley's.