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TJ3JD WASHINGTON OB1TIO, WEDNESDAY EVEOTNGr, APRIL i), 1890.
I w . TO REST AT ARLINGTON WILL GRANT BE LAID BESIDE CROOK AND SHERIDAN? tlrnml Army Veterans X'avor tho too Kstnto Improvement 1'rojoct In teresting; Tnlls with General llur elott nnit ainjor I.ncoj-. To a, mtin nml In ovorv Stato nnil Ter ritory In tlio Union aio thorhomhots of the Grand Army of tho Re public In licnrty nccoul with Tun Critic In its efforts to sccuro tho con st! notion of n Immlsomo ntn phlthcatro In tho national ceme tery on Ailington Heights and a liingnlflccnt Memorial Ilrldgo across tho Potomac leading thereto. This is not Idle gosii, but tho statement of Gen unl S, S, lliudett, formally commander-in-chief of the Grand Army of tho en tire covmtty; also ovcominandcr of tho Department of tho Potomac. The fact that tho remains of lighting General Crook, with his sheathed swoid, -will bo laid bcsldo thoso of gal lant Phil. Sheridan on old Ailtngton's green slopes, bcucath tho great sighing trees, for which tho cemetery Is noted, Is bringing Tun Critic's proposl- on to the extiemo forefront In Army and veteran circles. Added to this is tho probability that tho old hero of Appomattox, General Grant, will bo removed from his neglected gravo in Riverside Park, Now Yoik, and rein tcrretl with Sheridan and Crook in that gicat bivouac of tho dead on tho green crested hills across tho Potomac. Referring to this question Major Robert S. Laccy, who stands high in Garnd Army circles, said to a Crime re ported to-day: "Tho faet is not gener ally known that tho Grand Army throughout the country has contributed thousands of dollars to erect a Grant monument, but the matter is resting in abeyance in tho hope that Mrs. Grant will permit tho General's remains to bo bi ought to Arlington so wo can cicct our monument hero. The Grand Army has provided means for a noblo monument for tho old hero, but It appears lepugnant at present for us to uso this money in tho city of New York. All volunteer soldiers, without exception, would fa or General Grant's removal to Ar lington. Everywhere they rebelled against his interment at Rivcisldc, and this opposition was never waived until Mrs. Grant decided upon tho Now York site, livery consistent effort, however, bas been mado since by tho Grand Army of tho Republic to securo his removal. As a volunteer soldier theio appears no place so appropriate ns Ailington Cemetery. I, myself, shall leanest to be laid at rest there when Idle." Speaking of the Arlington improve ment pioject Major Lacey continued: "We should not use the acres for ono governmental purposo alono, simplv because the grounds arc large enough for - ailous uses. Tho city of Washington now lias no extensive grounds for na iades and pageant puipose3, and Ar lington has room enough for everything. By all means uso a poition of it for tho purposes of the Agilcultuial Do paitmcnt, and let tho balance bo used for exposition and drill grounds. Connecting tho city with Arlington by means of a bridge would bo virtually extending tho Mall two miles into tho county of Alexandria and would glvo over two square miles for city and Government purposes. Of this the cemetery now occupies about 150 acres and FortMycr, say 50, leaving ucaily 1,000 acies for these Government and city uses. "Tho beautiful plateau lying be tween the historic Potomac and the heights is capacious enough for oveiy thing needed; but, as a starter, let tho Agricultural Department hayo a por tion 01 me giounuior us uses." Major Lacey Is also heartily in favor of tho Memorial bridge. General S. S. Burdett, tho foimer commander-ln-chlcf of theGrand Army and District commander, was found in his cosy office by a Ciutio re porter. He said: "I have noticed tho pioposltiou being agitated by The Ciutio looking toward tho construction of a memorial bridge, the erection of an amphitheatre in Arlington Cemetery and other pio poscd improvements on tho property sunounding tho old estate. 1 am heartily in favor of theso projects and am certain that tho great body of the Giand Army membership all over the country aro equally in terested and favorable. Tho Govern ment has a plant at Arlington over which It has nbboluto contiol, and which without any further cost for purcbaso money can be made so beautiful as to become a matter of national pride. I am firmly of the opinion that, added to the number of great soldiers already buried there, all tb -a who yet suivivc will be gathered thcie rs one by one they piss away, I am also still of the opinion that, on sec ond and better thought, the remains of the gieat commander. General Ulysses S. Giant, will also be buried in pictur esque Arlington." m Mr. Glnilistono Snjs Ho Is Scotcli, Fiom the I'Mladelphla Ledger . James 1). Law of Camden, N. .T., whose Scottish verso has several times appealed In the Ledger, lxa.s received fiom Mr. Gladstone a letter, In which the G. O. M. thus shows that ho is "unco Scotch": I wns boiu In Liverpool. My father ami mother, and all my forbe.ua were Scotcli exclusively. Your faithful anil obedient, V. E. Gl.AllSTONG. SAD-EYED WOMEN. Mhj So aintiy Ladies Aro Miserable nearly jSiplulned Some .Stirring Remarks by Ono Who Know. "I feci sad every time I eeo a woman." 'I ho abo o 1 1 mark was mado to the writer byono of tho oldest aud most prominent physicians In Now Yorlr. "Is It possible that j ou aro a woman hater, doctoii" "Not at all, but I have seen so much suf fering, so m.tnv women who aro miserable, bat I cannot help feeling sorry for them all. How many ladles do ou know that arc perfectly wen ami ncauuyr now many enjoy llfo as they shouldV Is this not cuouh to make ouo feel sorrow fair" "There must bo a causo for all this, doc tor." "Thero Is. Women are weak, and tholr troubles laigely arise from weaknesses. YWien a woman Is weak sho requires strength, Her body, her mtnd, and all her f auctions must bo put in a healthy condi tion, or she tauuot sccui o strength. Noth ing does thlsso easily and surely as pure spir its taKen In model atlon, cither before meals or bttw een meals. I know ecoros of ladlos that are kept In perfect health, strength, and brilliancy by tho Judicious uso of Duffy's l'uie Malt Whiskey. Many of these ladles are wives of ministers, piofusd ors, and most of them aro temporauco women T'lioy icalUo that Duffy's Pino Malt Wlilskej furnishes tho best and only positive Help, nnil Tlicy are intelligent i nough to prollt by such knowledge. I know wlicrcf I sneak aud I speak as a tciu peranto man The best tempertmro peoplo tif today aiu tho ou'es who uso spirits iu moderation mid llnd that strength, vigor, lolnr, and lulglitness aro tho results lather than weakness, ballowncss, ami a loss of In terest In ovcrvthlng lullfo." I was much impressed with tho remarks of tho doctor and, bellnving their Import ance, rcpiortuco them entire. TUi; OltBAT tltKlTAItY rtEVIEW. llxorclfcs Next I'rldny Aftornnnn In Honor or tlio rilil-Ainorlcuns. Next Friday will bo n groat day for tho military In and about Washington. It will bo the occasion of a grand ro view of mllitln, marines aud regulars in honor of tho Intel national American Conference, and the delegates thereof will bo given an opportunity to judge tho kind of matoilal Unclo Sams army, regular and volunteer, is com posed of. Tho troops to bo lcvlowcd, compris ing the Maiincs fiom tho barracks, tho yellow bedecked regular troopers from Fort Slyer, on Arlington Heights; the District Kallonal Guardsmen, tho heavy and light aitlllcry from tho Arsenal, with "their showy red trimmings, and last, but not least, tho High School Cadets, will foun at -1 o'clock In tho afternoon, in two lines, on IhoWhito Lot (Llllpso) In tho following older: 1, First Itrlgadc, l.Icut. Col. Charles Hoy wood, U. 8. M. C, comtnandInr. lT. S. Marino Corps and third Artillery Bauds, united. UiltaltoiiTliIrd Artillery, llnttnllon U. S. Marines. Light Mattery C. Third Artillery, llnttnllon U. 8. Cavalry. Second Brigade, Brig. Ocn. Albert Ordway, N. O. D. C, commandlnir. National Guard, District of Columbia. 2. Tho troops of tho first lino will bo de ployed in lino. Tho troops of tho second lino 'will bo formed as follows. Infantry, In lino of bat tnllon columns, close column by compa nies; artillery and cavalry, In columns of platoons. 3. Camp colors w 111 bo placed to desig nate tlio following points: Position of tho reviewing part): point whero each bat talion Is brought to a enny; changes ol direction, and the right and left of each of tlio two linos when formed. 4. Tho troops w 111 pass lu review at full distance. 5. Tho attention of brlgndo commanders Is Initcd to paragraphs 825, 820, 827 and S28, U. S. Army Infantry Tactics. 0. To securo uniformity tho following will be observed: a. Commanders of foot battalions and their staffs will not bo mounted. h. Battalion and battery commanders will not loavo tho head of their respective commauds nftcr passing tho reviewing point. c. Salutes will be rendered only by com manders of regiments, lutlallons, batteries and scparato commands. 7. No oue, except mcinbcis of tho re viewing party, with their carriages, will bo admitted to that part of tho road Immedi ately In rear of tho position to bo occupied bj the reviewing party. 8. No one, except tlio ti oops and thoic- lowing party, will be admitted upon tlio trass plat of tho r.lllpso duilngthuie vicw. 0. Nocairlageswlll bo admitted upon tlio road lmmullatcly surrounding the Klllpso during tho rcicv, except as provided In paragraph 7. 10. Entrance for carriages to tho east ami west road across tho grouuds of tho Presi dent's house, Immediately uorth of tho south fountain, will bo by tho eastern gate. 11. A carriageway along tho Avouuo, Immediately west of tlio President's House and extending to tho space Immediately In lear of the renewing stand, will bo kept clear for the carriages of tho lovlewlng paity. These oideis arc officially signed by Gencial II. G. Gibson, and counter signed by Adjutant C. 15. Satterlce. Music will bo furnished by tho Third Aitillciy, Murine and National Guaul bands. WASHINGTON CITY I'll LSI! YT13RY. Another Wiirni Discussion Over tlio Confession of l'ttltll. The session of the Washington Pies byteiy was opened this morning with prayer by Rev. Dr. Hamilton. Tho question aroso as to whether the report of the committee on the revision of the confession of faith, stating what changs weie desiicd, should .bo for warded to the Gcnoral Assembly, and provoked quite an animated discussion. Judge Diako demanded tho yeas and nays on the motion, and tho point of order wns madethat the Presbytery had decided in favor of revision and that to oidcr its rcpoit transmitted was a puicly perfunctory matter. Finally Judge Drake's motion pre vailed, the l oil was called and thoic poit of tho committee was oulercd to bo transmitted to the General Assembly by a voto of 27 to 10. A seiies of resolutions from several churches of the Southern Maryland Piesbytcry asking to bo taken under tho patronago of the "Washington Pies bytcry were lecclvcd and tho request granttd. Mr. McKenzIe of Alexandria then read a paper, asking that the First Presbyterian Church of Alexandra be allowed to continue its congregational duties, and exhibited the deed for tho old chinch made in 177!). The Picsbyleiy selected Boyd's Sta tion as tho next place of meeting. At last night's session the retiilng moderator, Rev. Dr Miller, preached tho sermon fiom Colloslans I, 28 "Whom wo preach warning cveiy man." Rev. F. D. Richards of Boyd's was chosen modctator, aud F. C. Dal rymplc, cleik. Kemper Fullcrtou, the son of Dr. Fullerton, wa9 lccelvcd Into the caro of the Presbytery for cntranco into the mlnistiy. TOO MANY YVASIIINOrONS. The l'ostonlvc Deportment Makes Homo Very Necessary Suggestions, At tho Postofllco Department It Is suggested as a means of remedying the delays nbout which theie have been numerous complaints in mall matter intended for persons residing iu tho State of Washington, which Is fie qucntly sent by mistake to Washing ton, D. C, that the wouls "State of Washington" be wiittcu in tho address. It is claimed that much of tho delay complained of Is caused by the crrois of dlstilbution on the patt of postal clerks. It Is also suggested that as let ters Intended for this city aro sent to the Stato of Washington, that tho words "City of Washington" bo made a part of the address. April roollsliiieix I'D the ItUor. I'ioih the Ulonittit Vindicator. A bottle containing a letter written by n young lady of Franklin, giving her namo and address, which had been sent adrift on tho Allegheny River, was picked up uy ono oi our young iiunucr men from a nift some weoks ago, and, as a result, theio is said to be quite an animated correspondence passing be twten them. llio rich tine KiUtof Iii Clinree, J-'min the scotlu IteiaM. The editor started for tho Capital yesteuloy to be absent dining tho ses sion of tho Teachers' Association of Nebraska. Tho individual who does tho thumping act and adjusts all dis putes can bo found at hoadunaiteis. Call any time befoio next Saturday morulng if jou want satisfaction. Thiol' Anentml. Iho uowbwas toculved with the utmost satisfaction by the community that ho had terroiUcd; but tlio arrest of a disease that Is otculjntr uwuy u loud aud ulucd life Is mi aihleu-iiictit that should inspiio heart filtgratltudu Chilluoss, cold extremities, dipiessed splills, and extremely miserable siusatidim, willi pale, wan fnatuns, urn tho riMiliH (if (Unordered klduutt and Ihor. rrest the i jiiso at unto by taking Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It Is a purclj Mgttuble dUeotlo that will feiret nut and rapture the moot subtle lung or blood dieoidcr DruggUs, THE GAINED it.VDE AVINOKS, A Cock and llnll Story Invontod by n Ohlcnco raklr. Tho present opposition to tho World's Fair bill In tho Senate, says tho Wash ington concspoudent o! tho Chicago Jlaald, is In cssonco simply a Wash ington lcnl cstato enterprise. A colcrlo of speculator wanted In tho first place to get tlio fair in Washington at tho Government's expense, counting on tho boom which would follow, with an advance iu prices and tho marketing at largo profits of rm cnormmij interest In both actual holdings and options; This did not work becouso tho fair was voted to Chicago. But, dctcrmlnod not to bo left out in tho cold, theso speculators, whoso interests aro in that section of tho District lying beyond tho limits toward the property which cc Picsidcnt Cleveland Is alleged to havo owned, hatched out a now plan. This first mado its appemanco in tho bill to crcato a great national park In tho pretty valloy of Rock Creek. It happens that Rock Creek runs directly through the section of country In which the syndlcato of speculators ato Inter ested. LIthcr sldo of tho slto of tho proposed park Is plastered with options, which the syndicate holds. If tho park can be created at an expense to tho Gocrnmcntof many millions of dol lars all theso options can bo made prof itable investments. Already the Senato has passed tho Rock Creek Park bill, and tho lobbyists aro now at work on tho House. Tho park schemo Is a good thing for the syndicate, enchancing threo or four fold tho value of their holdings, but this is not all. Theso Washington schemers arc full of resources and de vices. The park plan is not n now one, but the manipulators havo cleverly con trived to turn it to their own uses and magnify Its advantages. This they did by chancing tho namo of tho park from National Pork to Columbus Park, ostensibly out of respect to tho memory of tho great discoverer. Very nicely was this change of namo designed to prcpaio tho way for the biggest grab of all a Columbus memorial nail to cost a million or two of dollars. No sooner was this pait of the plan hatched than Senator Daniel was in duced to Introduce tin amendment to the Chicago Woild's Fair bill, providing for tho erection of such a memorial hall in Washington. Nothing was said about tho site for tho hall, and all talk of the Blto has been caiefully kept In the background. But with a $11,000,000 Columbus Park In hand where olso could a Columbus memorial hall be placed? Of course tho park and the hall would have to go together, and the result would be an unpicccdcntcd boom in all the property lying contiguous to the narrow but veiy long tract wmcii it Is pioposed the Govctnment shall tako under Its protective wing and nourish with many millions into a thing of beauty. So the Daniel amendment was skill fully drawn, Chicago was to bo fright ened into accepting it, on penalty of having the World's Fair bill defeated. Great naval displays weic to bo pio- vided for In the harbois of New York, Botton, Philadelphia and other cities, and It was thought this would catch the New Yoik, Now Enriand and Pennsylvania voto. Thus "tho park schemo would go thiough aud the hall scheme would go thiough; tho co terlo of speculators, who havo their grip on thousands of acres of land ly ing along the valley of Rook Creek, would nil become millionaires in tho name of patiiollsmnnd Chilstopher Co lumbus. Semo of the lurgest holders of Rock Cieck property aremcmbeis of the Scu ate. Another largo holder Is the Vice President, A California Senator has largo investments, in that region, and just at tho moment when his vote is needed iu the interests of Chicago, to which he has been supposed to bo fiicndly, tho California member of the Senate Committee goes home to stay a month. Another member of this coin mitteo is interested to the extent of i-SoO.OOO In Rock Creek land. Thiough out the Senate there Is sympathy with tho Senatorial real cstato speculators, who are numbered by the dozen. For these reasons the Washington syndicate thinks it has its campaign well In hand, and, by making uso of the envious and feverish spirit of New York and the anti-fair feeling in the South, it hopes to bring Chicago to terms. These terms are a Columbus Park and a Columbus hall for Wash ington, or no fair in Chicago. A very pretty schemo this, but tho probabili ties are it will not woik. Tho Senate Committco Is a llttlo tinctmed with Washington real estate, as is tho entire Senate, but it Is still safe to assume that the Chicago bill will in time bo favor ably lepoftcd. ll.ilf-ltulied Congressional Join. Fiom the fit) mantonn, Independent. Congiess on Satuiday passed 213 bills In an hour. It is safe to say that about two-thirds of this half-baked legislation consists of jobs of tho most tiansparcnt kind. .Signs of Spring In Ohio, Fiom the Columbus Dispatch, Spiingmay not bo early this year, but it is far enough advanced to ob serve that snakes aic making their ap peaiauco east of tho city, and fiogs are croaking In thelt merriest stiftln. -o'- WHY PAY RENT? Payments of S15to SW monthly will buy you a oozy subinbati home In any locality you dcio or stylo you fancy. Wo will buy for or soil you a house of anyaluoou pro portionate payments. No Security Required. We aro not a Building Loan Association, but a Mutual Mortgage Company, with ovor 2.CC0 members, having tho plans, ways aud means to carry out ubo o oner. Granite State Provident Association Kill AMI 171 IltCOAmVAY, KKW YOItlC W. S. ODELL & CO., CIENAHAI, OKNT3, Hooms 3-.' 31 Atlantic- OnlUlIng, mattSMm. 0-30 1' stioot n, w. uoMMiHsioNint or nr.iins. CS. DUNDY, COM'ftOP DEEDS TOR ALL . States aud Teultorlos, 458 La. aye., opp. CityUall HOMES A WAT UUOHANAN UAU. Ho Could Alwnjd DlsmUn Office Seekers nnd Mnko Them Uiil'Py. ricm tht A'tip 3'orit Sun. A well-known politician recently gavo nn amusing account of tho diplomatic manner in which James Buchnuan dis posed "of ofllco-scckers and yet sent them away happy. Tho man who tells tho story was prlvnto secretary during tho four years of Buchanan's Adminis tration to ono of tho New York Son ntors. His most Intlmato friend was pilynto fecrctary to BUQlinnnn, and, 1Q spent many liours with tlio President's secretary In tho President's private oillro, In company with Buchanau. Buchanan's manner with tho office seeker was Invariably tho same. A Mr. Smith would call with n letter from Mr. Jones IntioduclngiMr. Smith to Mr. Buchanan. Buchanan would read the letter and say: "Show Mr. Smith In." Mr. Smith would enter, nnd Buchanau, rising, would greot Mr. Smith with tho greatest cordiality. Placing his left hand on Smith's shoulder, nnd taking Smith's hand in his right Buchanan would proceed as follows: "Mr. Smith, 1 believe? Glad to meet you, sir. Friend of Mr. Jones' I under stand? Warm friend of mino for twenty vears Is Mr. Jones. Aic you married, Mr. Smith. "Yes sir " "How is Mis. Smith?" "Very well, thank you, Mr. Bu chanan." "Any children, Mr. Smith?" "Yes, sir; three." "How aro tho little ones?" "Veiy healthy, sir." "Glad to hear It. Have you scon Jones lately? Yes? How Is Mr. Jones?" "In perfect health, sir." "Ah! Do you know Mrs. Jones?" "Yes, sir.'' "How is Mrs. Jones? Chaiming woman, charming. How mo the little Jones children ?" "Very well, sir." "Ah 1 Do you know Mr. Hopkins, an old filend of Mr. Jones'? Yes? Splendid mnn, splendid. I've held Mr. Hopkins as a warm personal nnd political friend of mino for moio .than twenty years. How is Mr. Hopkins?" "KIcely, tho last tlmo I saw lilm." "Do von know Mis. Hopkins?" "Yes" sir." "How Is Mrs. Hopkins?" All this time Mr. Buchanan was holding Mr. Smith's hand and patting him on the shoulder, and Mr. Smith was thoioughly happy nt the Interest displayed in him by so gicat a man. Then Buchanan would say: "I am delighted delighted to havo met you, Mr Smith. Any friend of my old filend Jones is welcome, and I will pay especial attention to your re quest, Mi. Smith. If you will loavo your papers, Mr. Smith, I will look them over. Mr. Secrctaiy," turning to his secretary, "tako Mr. Smith's pa persthis is" Mr. Smith, intioduccd by my dear lricnd Jones aud put his pa pers Whcio I shall eeo them; in fact, mark them so that I shall bo suro to sec tham. Delighted to have met you, Sir. Smith. Remember mo to my old friend. Good moiniug, Mr. Smith," And Smith went out to make loom for some other man to como iu Immediately after, when Buchanan would go through the same sccno with him. Bach man felt suio he had canlcd his point with the Picsidcnt, and neither ever heard from his papeis. 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My appetite began to return nnd with it camo tho ability to digest all tho food taken, my htrcugth im proved each day, and after a few months of faithful attention to onr directions, I found myself a well woman, able to attend to all household duties. Tlio mtdlUuo has given mo a, new lease of life." iw Ayer's Sarsaparilla rT na niErjiiirD bt Dr. J. C Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. l'rlcutl, ll)Olll(,4'). Worth tl a bottle. PRINTING-1 000 LINEN NOTE-nEADS, SI 23: on 0 lb. ruled writing, 81.C0; 1.000 lo. fl bill hoads. SI. 10; additional quantities much lower; first olass paper, elugaut do frigns; 1 000 4 ply Lrlstol cards, 81.15: 1.000 typewriter circulars, linen papor, two colori, Sd.93; letter heads, SI por thousand; stato meats, SI. 50 per thousand; circulars, 4' o. per thousand. ALL WORK In tho hlshost grado linen paper, mlcd or umuled. NEW TYPE, now prcssos, impiovod ma chinery. 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Bed" mado to order, runilturo and Pictures so curoiy packed and shljiped Hood Wlro Slattress.. J) 10 40 Pound Hair Mattress . ,ST 10 J. T. RSHFORD, 410 TENTH ST N.W marl2,d&3 it v. n.r, j:m in sjiokk. Tlio I'ropotrcl Duel Ilotrrcon Cnncioss mnn riiulnu nnd IMItor riemlnc. Tcntiessceans nt tho Capital aro all agog over tho ru tors of n pioposed hostile meeting bolwecn RcpiesentatUo Phclanof tho Tenth Tennessee Dis trict, who Is also owner of tho Memphis Jhity Aialanthe, nnd Colonel John M. Finning, editor of tho Knoxvillo Daily '!!'l.ri,al- Tho rumpus gilglnntcd from Ldltor Fleming's sovero criticism of a bpok known as "A School History of H'HIIcmiu," of which Congressman Phelan was tho author. Tho matter reached a red-hot crisis, it was thought, when Phelan sent a dis patch to tho editor calling him "a liar, n coward and n scoundicl," and stating that ho would como to Knoxvillo "to arrange preliminaries." IMitor Flem ing wrote a scathing reply to this dis patch, but instead of wiring It to Phe lan caused Its publication In tho Scntl Ml. ' Colonel Fleming, In his reply, says ho did not know whether to con sider it as "a compliment or an eulogy." Ho also said while recogniz ing and Insisting upon tho manly right of self-defonso ho would not rccognio the barbarous role in which ho (Phelan) had scon fit to display himself, nnd con cluded: "Wo hnvo no preliminaries to arrange, Mr. Phelan." Tho opinion to dav Is that the wholo affair will end in smoke. Colonel Fleming will not light and Congress man Phelan may repent of his hasty action. How to Toll a Simon from a Colt. Fiances JWer Coble In April Foium. The Celt and tho Saxon may be dis tinguished by the simplest of pruden tial tests. Will the man spend ten minutes on Monday to mend a gate, and so 3no five minutes every day after? Or will he spend the five minhtcs every day for twenty years, because ho will not spare the ten minutes to effect tho needed lcpah? In the former case ho Is a Saxon; in tho latter, a Celt. m Looking ISnclnrnril, Fi cm Jtusscll Ilarrlson's Helena Journal. If all men wcio as fully equipped with foresight ns they arc with hind sight, iunuiuciable mistakes might bo avoided. THE TRAVELER'S GUIDE. Arrltitl of Ilnllrmul Trains In Wash ington. Arrivals nt U. nnd V, Station. From Boston 10.45 a. m. dally. From New York and Philadelphia 4:10, 8 00, 10.41 a. m., 1.42, S 15, 3.10. 8 40 (limited) 0 23. and 10 3.1p.m. dally. 1.4J, 8.15, and 8.30 p. m. dally except Sunday. From Baltlmoie 110, 6 30, 8 00, 8.45, 1045 a. m , 2 15, 2 23,3.10,5 53, 0 CO, 8.30. 8 40, 0.23, nndiosip. m.dally. At8 35. 0.15, 11.40 a. ra 1.42,3.50, 0. 40, 8.15, p.m. dally except Sunday. From Annapolis 8 00, 9,55 a. m., 1.43, 5.55, 8.30 n. m. On hundavs. 5.55 1. m. From Niagara rails, Buffalo, Elmlra and liar- rlsbnrp Dally 8.45 a. m. and 5.55 p. m. daily except Sunday. From l'opo's Creek Line 8.35 a m and 5.5 p m, daily, oxcept Sunday. Trom Itlchmoiul and tho South 11.24 a m 10.50 and 11. CO p m daily, G.30.pm, dally, ex cept Sunday. From Chicago and rittsburg 0.30, 8.45 a m, 2.25, 5.51, 8.15 p m. All dally Trom St. I.ouis 0.S0 a m and 2.25 p m, dally. From Alcxandrla-0.53, 810, O."i0, 10 43, 1121, nm, 2.60, 5.30, 0.30. 7.10, 7.25, 0 40. 10 40, 10. W, 11. CO p m dally. At 0.25. 7.23, 8 20, 10.23, 10 33 am, 1.40, J 00, 3.20, 10.40, 11.23 p m. dally, cxiipt Sunday. On Sunday only at 2.20 pm. From Cincinnati, Louisvillo and St. Louis, la Chesapcako and Ohio routo 8 30 a. in. dally; from Cincinnati and St. Louis t'T. F. V, Special") at 2.50 p. m. dally. Local train on C. and o. fiom Viiginla Springs 7.18 p. m. excopt Sunday. Trom OldFoint Comfort, Nowport Nows and Norfolk J.33 and 10 10 p.m. dally. From New Orleans, Montgomeiy, Birming ham, Atlanta, Halclgh, Lynchburg u.M a. m. and 7. 10 p. m. dally. From Jlcmphls, New Orion1!. Montgomery, Nashilllo, Biistol and Lynchburg 10.43 a. m. and 10.40 p. m. dally. Fiom Chailottesvillo and Way 2.53 p. m. dallv. From Manassas, Strasburg and Way 10.23 a. m. and 10.45 p. m. daily oxcept Sunday, rrom Lecsburg, Hound Hill and Points on W. & O. It. R 8 30 a. m. dally, 3 p. m.dally, except Sunday. ArrlMilB nt II, nnd U. Station. From New T orR 8.4U a. m , 2.40. 8.00,9 20, n. J) p. m. dally, 5 p. m. dally, oxcept Sundav. From Phlladelphla-8 40. 11.15a. m 0.20,11.20 p. m. dally; 5 00 p.m. , 2.40, 8,00, dally ox- cept sunoay. From Baltlmoie 8 05. 8.40, 0 53, 10.20. 11.05 a. m., 12.45. 2 40. 3 00, 5 20, O.JO, 7 11,8 00,8 30, 0.20, 11.10, 11.20, 12.15, daily, 0.30. 7.10, 8. M, 8 50, a. m., l.fO, 4.30, 5 00, 7.03, p. m. dally except Sunday. On Sunday only at 2.20 p. m. From Chicago and Columbus 11.43 a. m and 4 05 p. m.dally. Fiom Cincinnati, St. Louis and Loulsvlllo 9.50 a. n. and 2p. m. dally. Fiom Pittsburg and Clevelund 7.10 a. m and 0.50 p. m. dally. FiomDeerPark and Oakland 3.50, 11.15a. m. and 4 03 p. m. daily. rrom Lexington, Winchester and Virginia Valley 9.30 a. m. and 3 p. m. dally, except Sunday. Fiom l"redcrlck 8 25 a. m. dally, 1.50, 3, 0.50, 7.30 p. m. dally, except Sunday. From Hagerstown 8.25 a. m dally, 9 SO a. m. and 1.50 nnd CM p.m. dally, uxcept sun day. Tiom Washington Junction and Way 3.45, 7.10,18.104.22.168a. m., 1.50,3, 4.03,050p.m. dally; 9.30 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. dally, excopt Sunday. From Boyd's and Way 8 25, 9 30 a. m , 3, C50 p. m. daily; 8.20 a.m. and 7.30 p m. dally, oxcept Sunday. From Galthersburg and Way 7.10, 8 25 a. m., 3, (1 50, 10.23 p. m. dally; 7,20, 8 20, 9. W, 11.20 a. m ,4, 7.10 p.m. daily, oxcopt Sunday. On feumUy onlv, 10.2la in. and 8 p. m. From Annapolis 10.20 a. in. daily: 8 30 a. m. and 1.50,5 20, 7.13 p. m. d lily, oxcept sun day. On Sunday only nt 0.30 p. in. wanti:i ii ui.r. AdiertUtments under this head, four lines or ess, 25 cents for one intertlon; 50 cent for three. W '""ANTED-! WO RELIABLE MEN, WHO understand loan association work, to act as general agents for tho People's Build ing. Loan and Saving Association of Genet a, N. Y. V lite early, giving ago and lefcrcncos. h. V. OASCOIONK. Manager. mrJI.lw WANTED-BY A GOOD COLORED LAUN diess, washing and Ironing to do at homo; references given. Apply 1319 N II ay. -V ANTED A WHITE GIRL FOR GEN- IV eial housework in a small family, man, wife and boy 8 years old; German pro- feired;to tho right paity a pleasant homo ana goou wages assureu. Appiy at jno. ;uuj O st n w. , AN ABLE ADVERTISING. INSURANCE, Safo, Lightning rod-or Book Agent, or Heporlcr, of great savolr faire, for literary work. I argo biliary. Writo London & Hart ford Pub. Co . N. Y. W A TIJM Sl TU.VTI O S. W" ANTED-A YOUNG LADY OF HlOn social standing, lcliuemcnt and cui tuio, financially cmDdirassed, oarnestly do slreB immedlato employment; do copying or w rltlng of any kind or act as companion und assistant to an Invalid or oldcrly lady, or w 111 Instruct smnll aldldion and tako tho en tiro caio of thorn for tho summer; highest references and testimonials given as to abil ity, A-u.; terms modeiato. Address MISS VIRGINIA C , Box 117, Liberty, Hodford County. Vn. vanti:i ISOOJIS, WANTED - A PLAINLY-FURNISHED room In tho northeast part of city whero there will bo no objection to light housokceplue. Address D. P. II , this olllcu. KDUOATIONAT,. riTOE BERLITZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES, J 723 14th st n. w. tlOaterm. Trial lessons free. Send for circular. Branches In Now York, Boston. Brooklyn, Chicago, Philadelphia, LoulsWllo, Paris, Fiance: Berlin: Moscow, Russia, London, England, and Diesdcn, Germany, rpHE NORWOOD INSTITUTE. Fittactfrom a prhale letter: "In reply to your lequost for mv advice as to a good Hcltool for your daughter, I tutu with conddenco recommend Jlr. and Mrs. Cabell's Norwood Institute, In Washlugton. D.C. Tho standard ot scholarship thero Is high, the Instruction thorough and tho Intlu 1 eiicva goou. u l v. ciuiii, I Justice U. S. Supremo Com t " Tho school opens Sept. 30. au2S distl H PICO I A r. NOTICn. THE WASHINGTON LOAN AND T1I1IHT COMPANY. 13?' CAPITAL 81,000,000 TKMPOHAltY OPrfCnS. UPlPstnw, provlmu to tho eroctlon of tho company's building, corner Oth aud V Mr n w JIONKY 'lOANnD ON fOLLATEltAI, AND ON HEAL KSTATE. Well secured loans, guaranteed by tho company, forsalo. In terest paid, l all on or correspond wll h us W. V, HOUlhON, ro. 1). II. WAHNEIt, Pres. , . . rmtECTorm. . , Charles II Hnlley, OcorsoF Soliafcr, James L Harbour, 1 bonus Somcrvlllo, GyorKO E, Hartol, .lolm A. Swopo, Hlchard W. clay, .1. 8. Swormitodt, Horace F Cummnigs Hattorsluy W. Talbott J. J. Darlington, Ccnrgo Truosdcll, John Joy Hdson, 11. II. Warner, Chnrlc J. Faulkner, A A. Wllion, Albert F. l'ox, L. D. Wlno.i o, O. Green, H W. Woodward, William II. Gnrloy, Cliai. Hen Wilkinson, John H. Larucr, A. S. Worthlngton. foJ7 90 tSST-UVTJIESl LADIKSI LADIES! E' Mrs. MeCafforty Is tho only hat and bonnot-framn manufacturer In tho city. Call and seo her now shapes. Hloaching and crossing. Straw and f oft hats altorod to tho latest stylos. Oidors promptly attondod to. tOOlOBtrnotn.w. ggg,TDit. white, cnmoroDisT 1410 Fcnna. avo.. opposite Wlllard'a notel. Tbouamls from far and near visit Dr. White for relief from and nvoldaneo of corns, bun Ions, dlsoascd nails and all othor foot trouble-!. Hours. 8 a. m. to 0 p. m.i Sun days. 9 to 12. Established 18C1. Foo. tl. Ksrr-wiiY not iiAVE youh sninrs "- mado by ono of tho most eclobratod cutters In America? Price samo as thoo third rato cutters chargo. P. T. HALL, 903 1' stn w. VKUSONAT., AdicTlltcments under this head, four line or las, SScentsfor one insertions: 50 cents for three. NovfisTiriE 'timd' we "will pay "big money" for gents' first-class seo-ond-hand clothing. Addicss or call at JUSTIPH OLD STAND, 019 D St. n. W. l'OIt SALE IIOD5IU. Advertisements under this head, four lints or less, 23 cents for one intertlon; 50 cents for three. "WANTED- V avo. -SHOE REPAIIIEU AT 00J PA. ap9,lt "170H SALE-A BARGAIN IP SOLD AT Jj once; 2 story and basomont brlok houso; 7 rooms and bath; all mod Imps; Bltuated at No. 430 1 st u w; price Sl.soO; terms ono third cash, balnnco 1, 2 and .1 years. Apply to FRANCIS HUFTY. 1301 F St II W. foi7-l)0 IrOR SALE-1N ALEXANDRIA. 0 ROOM ; framo houso. Just llnlshlng; nydrantln yard: lot 10x115; snug homo: prlco, 8800. Ap ply to ROBERT J. THOMAS, Room No. 2, 0i3 lStb St. . I?OR SALE FRAME HOUSE 000 IN 25- foot alloy, bet Oth and 10th and G and II Bts s w; 7 rooms; hall on both floors; closets fronting tho Potomac; 15 per cent Invest ment; lot 341 feet front by 6,'l deep, 49 tcot from Oth st. Apply within. I70R SALE-THREE OF THE CHEAPEST bouses In Washington, IOC, 103 and 110 11th st n o; two story and basement, brown stone trimmings; 7 rooms and bath; eloctrlo bells and gas: prlco, 83,500 each, 8500 cii3h balance to suit or trade for cood lots. rOK RKNTIIOUSCS. Adierttsanents under this head, four lines or lees, 5 cents for one insertion: 60 cents for three. TOR RENT-UNFUHNISHED- 1701 R I avo n w. 17 rs S200 00 1413 Mass avc, 17 rs and stable 200 00 MllKstnw. 13is 200 00 1022Vtaon w. 10 rs 200 00 1011 Conn avo, 15 is 175 00 14th tox, 15:s 150 00 IKSMstnw.lSrs 150 00 lccoicthstnw.llrs 125 00 1737 Q st n w. 11 rs 100 00 1 ICO Chauln st n w. 13 rs 100 00 1742 Pstn w,12 rs 100 00 7014 21st nw.l Irs 100 00 2 Lafayetto Square, 11 rs 41BCthstnw, lOrs 71 00 502 E st n w, 11 rs 75 00 1402 Chapin st n w, 12 rs 75 00 Ilia O st n w, 11 rs Gl 00 1101 N II avo, 10 rs W) 00 1402 Stoughton st, 9 rs M 00 1404toughtoiibt,9rs 5100 1 1C0 stoughton st, 9 rs 5100 1750 P st n w, 10 rs 63 00 Pst, near 21st, 7 rs 50 00 1S01 21st st n w. 8 rs 50 00 1104Sstnw,0rs 4100 IBID Corcoran stn w.Ors 40 00 20.12 G sttl W.10 rs 40 00 1538 Picrco Place, 0 rs 35 00 1909 7th t u w, str and dwg 35 00 117nstnw.8rs 3.100 290CQstnW.2rs 33 3.3 54Cstnw,10rs -i 230414thstnw.5rs 30 00 1334 41 sts w.Ors... .. 18 00 2231stfetsw.Br."., , . ... 1100 The abovi houso.-. . . . i-Mimd by por mlt from our oaico oiV'.'v.i Ml THOMAS J. TISIlaR A CO., 13J1 F st. n. w. TTOH HF.NT TWO BnAND NEW Six- JD room framo honsos, high and dry loca tlon; near churches and publlo school in uniomown, stn w Inquire Of A. BEHREND, 433 U FOK KENT-ROOMS. Advertisements under this head, four lines or less, 25 cents for one Insertion: 50 cent for three. ni'yisT stTn-Ym between fifth UJ. and Sixth avos , ono block from olo vatcd station; now, rlolily-furnishod rooms, with or without board; summer pilcos;rofor- enccs. apasi.: HANDSOME FURNISHED ROOMS, EN suite or single, at tho Buckingham, 920 15th st n w. overlooking McPherson squaro. Choice tamo. T7On RENT TWO FURNISHED ROOMS, JD suitablo for gentlemen. No.908Mstnw. COUNTltY ItlSAn KSTAT11. ITfOR SALEaIjOUTACRES ON ID ST n o oxtondod, on the lino of tho Eeklng ton andoldleis' IIomoRallwav.bolnga part ot tho cstato of tho lato Chlof Justice Chase, now called "Edgowood;" a good opportunity for Investors. For partlciiUrs, prlco, otc Inquire of CHAPIN BROWN, 323 41 stn w. foJ7-90 I'OJt SALK MISOIILr.ANKOUS. Advertisements under this head, four lines or less, 25 cents for one insertion; 50 cents for three. 1ORL&s50O BATOPILAS 1ST MORT ; gage Bonds aro oflerod for salo by E. 11 COTTRELL, No. 1113 N.Y. avo. IrtOH SALE-HORSE AND I.ANDAU-A stylish Gray Horso, ovor 10 hands UUu; lino tiarness and not much used; Landau mado by Joyce; nro offered at reasonable rates ou account of owner loavlng tho city. E.B. COTTRELL. 1118 NY avo. "17011 SALE-S75-SPECTAL STAR, 51-INCII, U silent raohot, nlokel, absolutely per feet condition. Address or apply 223 A st s o. roit s'.ir.K t-OTS. TOR SALE-LOTS IN TAIRVIEW HEIGHTS on Tcnnallytown Road and Woodloy Lane, opposite Oak Vlow. Electric railway tracks now laid to theso lots, which have sidewalks In front and gas mains. Prices lower than askod for othor lots In Immedlato llclnlty. Small cash paymonts. Monthly or yearly tlmo given at 5 por cent. Interest. BEA1.L. BROWN & CO., 1321 V st. BIONKY TO LOAN. s: C. HILL, REAL ESTATE AND LOANS. Bargains In all nirts of tho city. Llie and Flro Insurance Corner 8th and V sts n w, Lo Droit Building, MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE OR first-class securities at lowest rates o( Interest. No delay whoro soourlty Is good. O. O. GREEN, 303 7th st. n. w. M ONEYTO LOAN ON GOOD SECURITY. 11TLE CO.,470Laavo. MONEY, IN ALL SUMS, TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY, ATS AND 0 PER CENT. M.M. PARKER, ltiai'st. TNSTALLMENT LOANS-WE ARE AU L thorlzod by tho Unitod Securlt? Life In surance and Trust Company of Philadelphia to advance money on improved property In Washington up to 75 per cent, of actual mar ket value, with or without life insurance. Loans p lyable In monthly or quarterly In Blullmenfs, running 5, 10, 15 or 20 yoars. In many Instances tho payments aio loss than tho reutulotu houso, F, U. SMITH SON, liW F st n w. IM' ON BY TO LOAN . in sums to sail On Approved Real Estate Security. U.H. WARN ERA CO, inw t n v. HOARDING. MRS RINKS- THE KLSMEUE"-1 103 II st u vv, new plumbing, uow furniture.; 20 additional rooms, poi sonal attention to tho tuhlo; location (outial, near tho Arlington and Wormlej 's. foif 1W FOB SALE! HOUSES. 3 story and basement 10-room brick house; all modern improvements; situate hecond street, betttceu O and D sc. 4T9 Frlco, fO.OOO. 2 story frnniokousc,wlthlargolot; situate on Sixth street, between 15 and (J so. 877 Price, $3,000. 0 story brick house, containing 9 rooms and bath; tlze of lot, 18x75; situate on O street bw. 4C3 l'rlce, ffl,000. 3-story and back building brick dwelling, containing 10 rooms; all modem tmpiovo ments; situate on corner of Ninth aud O streets sw. 1S2 l'rlce, $S,000. 2-story brick house, (5 rooms and lnth: sltuato on L street, between North Capitol and First sticcts uw. 403 Price, $2,550. 3-story brick house, containing 12 rooms; all modern Improvements; situate No. 02 1 13 street nw. 42S Price, ?10,u00. 3-story brtck house, 10 rooms; sizo of lot, 25x125; situato No. H23 N st. nw. 2S1 Trice, $10,000. 2-story and basement; brick house, 7 rooms aud bath; situato on New Hampshlro avenue, bet, L and M sts. nw. 400 Price, $0,500. 2 story O-room brick houo; situato on Cleveland avc., bet. 12th and lUth, W aud Boundary. 405 Price, $1,000. 2-story C-room brick houee, on Wallach Place. 481 Pilce, $1,300. 2-stoiy (!-room brick house; 6ltuato on Wallach Place. 442 Price, $3,100. 3 story brick house, containing 11 rooms and bath: and all modern Improvements; situate No. 1220 G st. n. w 450 Price, $15,000. Improved property on tho north side of U st., wide front. 444 Price, $35,000. A large stable property in a desirable lo cation; now under leaso to t;ood tenant, pajIncO percent. 817 Price, $23,000. 494 rrnmo dwelling, Grant ae., Mount Pleasant. Trice, $7,000. '400 Four alley houses, containing 4 rooms; each rent for $15 per month. Price, $0,500. 4S9 S-room frame house, lot 20x75, on L bt. ec. Piice, $2,000. 497 2-story and cellar brick houso, 9 rooms and bath; situato on Columbia Heights. Price, $10,000. Houses In Aloxnndrln, Vn, 3-story brlcU dwelling, 13 rooms, with ofllco annex aud largo sldo lots; situate ou cor. Duko and St. Asaph Bts.; lot 73xS9. $5,800. 3-story and back building dwelling, con taining 12 looms and batu; lot 70x90; sit uato No. 014 rrluco st. 4C3 Price, $0,500. 3-story and back building brick house, containing 13 rooms; situate on southeast cor. Prince aud Patrick sts. 453 P.rlcG, $3,500. 4-story brick dwelling houso, built In tho most substantial manner, containing "0 looms; sUe of lot 52x112. 391 Price, f 0,500. 2-story and back building brick house, containing S looms, situato ou Columbus st., near Prince. 4S3 Prlco, $2,400. 493 3-story brick dwelling nouso, con taining 10 rooms and all modern improve ments; largo side yard; situato ou cor. Washington and Cameron sts., opposite Old Christ Church, Alexandria, Va. This Is the bcfet situation In Alexandria. Price, $3,000. Terms One-third cash, balanco ono aud two cars. Houses at Fnlls Churcli, Vn. A new cottage, situato only 5 minutes' walk from Falls Church stations, W. fc O. R. It., Va., containing 0 rooms, bath, pan try, and trunk room; size of lot, 110x150 feet. Price, $3,100. Terms easy. ALSO A new cottago, situate only 5 minutes' walk from Falls Church station, W. & O. It. it., Va., containing, parlor, dlniug-room, liitchen, 4 bed-rooms, bath, servants' room aud attic. Price, $3,500. Terms easy. lucimt Ground Norllicust uiitl South rust. All of square 1094 25c " 1002 25c " " South 1002 35c " " " 1030 SOe " 1013 00c Half of " 11J1 23e 4 lots " 10S0 30c 5 " " 1005 30e 3 " " 1084 ac 1 " 1107. 20c 5 " " 1072 35c 1 " 1027 37Je 4 " " 1005 40e 1 " 1045 42c 1 " 10SO 50o 1 " 1038 50c 3 ' 1020 50c 2 " " 1098 25c 11 " 1057 OOe 2 " " 812 SOe 10 " 1059 40c 7 " " 1003 021c m -AND- WHOLE SQUARES -IN- ROSSLYN. Building Lots In all sections of tho City. I Real Estate Broker, 1301 r Sticet, Un-,liiiig;(oii, I). c. JeJT-W FRANCIS WW I'JtO!'OSlT,9 PROPOSALS FOR TWINE - P'TO' i I J Department. Wanning! n I) r l . 11. 1800 In addition tot hn r poalf r Iwlno cnllod for by Iho -i Ivertlsann n' March 18, 1R0O, proposals an In ad m I v I bo received at lids DcpnttoK t mil o'clock m of APRIL U. 1W), for furnl m twine inudo of hemp or flux. In quant i! i forth In tho srcclflcatlons refprrod tun t advertisement (Itoms 155 and I5SI Tlif lmcircd to tho Department tnmaki lection from tho different kinds oallcd lo v this nnd tho pro Inug advertisement Hi im for jnoposnls, with specifications, will f furnished on application to the Hup to Undent of the Llvlslon of Postom o sni plies, Postofllco Department, Washington I) t Tho Potmalort)onoral resuves ti j right ton Jcttnnyoi all bids, lo waive te nltnl defects and to accept any pait ot "ny niu aiKi injeci. moowicr part uujirs wan ..majwwi. i osimnnrr lie General, ap' M't IJllOPOMALblOH STATIONERY -TUB V. ury Department, llareh 29, l'HO seaW I proposals for furnishing Stationery for ' no fiscal year ending Juno 30. 1811, will l eolved nt llils Department until thoOl II l) Y (II' MAY, 1H0O, nt I o'clock p m. BIanl( f forbidding nud full Information will Ik m nlslied upon application. Proposal1- t 1 n addressed to tho undersigned aud mark I "Proposals for Stationery." Tho i)t,ni ment reserves tho right to waive dofccls i n I roject any or all bids. A'o contra n " anariled lor tin supplies referral to ami i. nn appropilalltn for their purehaf hn ' w hcenmaiflnj t onareis. WILLIAM WINDHM. Secretary of Treasury api 1,1 - i "PROPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES, WASIIIN L Wotting Cloths and for the Piuchao C Pulp, Wnslo Paper, etc. Treasin y Dopni mcut. Bureau of Bngnrvlng and Printing, Washington. D.C.April 3 WV -Scaled in . posals will bo received at this ofllco until i i M , '1 11U1ISDAY. .MAY 1. 1800, to furnish su i iillc to the Bureau of Engraving and Pun' lug during the fiscal yoar beginning July 1, 1M0, of tho following classes: Diy Colors, (ills, etc: Chemicals, etc; Paper: Typo graj hie Inks; EugTavors' Supplies: Binders Supplies, Hardware; Plumbers' Suppllc : Ciibflngs; Textiles, eto ; Rubber (mods; Grocers' Suiuhlcs:Lumlior, Ice, and Vlsccl lancous Awards will bo mado only to cstaMlnhcd manufacturers of, or deaU rs In. thonrllclcs. Sealed proposals will alobo received until the saino tlmo for washing cttlng Cloths during tho Bamo pcilod.aml tho nwuid will bo made only to n per onoif llimhnvlng established facilities for doln tlio work. Scaled proposals wl'l also bo lc celvcd until tlusamotlmo for tho purcha q of Pulp produced by thomacoratlon of note, comities, etc.andforthopurchaseof vVnitu Paper and oilier refuse material during tlio samopcilod. Tho right Is roserv cd towalve) defects, and toiojcct any orallbldsor pal's; of bids. Blank forms with specifications fee propotals and further lnfoiuutlou desired by Intending bidders will bo funiMiuloa application at this office. WM. M. MEREDITH, npSl.lfl Chief of Ilmcau Directory of Lawyers and Law Firms rtAMPBELL CARR1NGTON, ATTOHNEY-AT-LAW, 505 D strcctuortliwcst Washington,!) C. Webster Law Building. Residence, l.'ia II street northwest. rnilOMAS M. riELDS, ' JL Attornoy ntLaw, Corner 4 1 and D streets nw., Washington, D i , Tclcphono 11. Resldcnco, 908 Q st nw. fuSS-PO ' nl AG. RIDDLE. HENRY E. I) WIS. RIDDLE & DAVIS, Attorneys at Law, Havo removed their offlcos to tho Tea la'l Building, corner Four and-half and I) streets) nortliwest. leA no.iiu ryEBB Jt WEBB, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS. 400 Fifth Streot, Wasuinoton, D. C. William B.Webb. Henry Randall Webb, John Sidney Webb. fuWW.d &,tr VVrOODBURY WHEELER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 321 nnd P23 4 st., Cbaunccy Building, near Louisiana avo., Washington, I) C. Practices in tho Courts of tho District and o l'rluco Georgo's County, Md. foJ71&S,tt T EON TOBHINER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 322 Pour and-a-half sticotn.w.,near City nail, Washington. D.C. rcCT-d&S.tf IL 8. BERLIN, attorney'atwT- Room 21. 471 fe27-dftstf 478 Louisiana Avenuoa Washington,! Sr, PiiiLLirs. j. a. zaciiry. F. I). McKENNEY. PHILLIPS, ZACHRY & McKENNEY. Attorneys at Law. R27-00 Snu Building, Pst. J. ALTI1EUS JOHNSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 403 Fifth Street. fc27-d.lstf l'OII SAI.i: AND HUNT. p EAL ESTATE BULLETIN THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN,017Fstuet. Changes mado Wednesdays and Saturday. 3-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR SALE. Oth st, bet K and L stsn w SSO.COO C2J und t25 II st n w, b h and 0 houses rear 22.000 Cisistnw, bh, ml,l2rs lC.ooo 1013 10th st n w. b h, m 1, 10 rs U.00O 207 G stn w, bh, mi.lOrs S.ooo ii2S0thstnw,bb, o rs s.ooa 223 Indiana avo n w,bb,0rs 7.500 1731 15th Bt n vv, b h. 9 rs 7.500 SSIttnw.bli, 11 rs 0.50O 141SN Javon w, f h,0 rs 3,kkj 2 STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR SALE. 1015 E Cap st.bh.Ors SS.OU l.'Ulstn w.f h, 5rs 8.CKHI 3.",S to 341 Jackson Hall alley n w, b b .. H.iy) 1 to U alloy bet 12th and 13th, M nud N Htsn w O.wa 113Dtol15123dstnw, f b.4rs 0.000 4C0 and 408 11th stsw, bh, Urs S.G0O 1217 and 1219 Madison st nw, fh, 4 is, and2bb rear I.SCJ 423 N st n w, f h. 5 rs. and 2 houses roar 4,nio 321 to 3i'3l) tt h e, fh, 0 rs 3 000 302 Oth st se.bh.U rs J,00d UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR BALE. G st, bet N Cap and 1st sts u w, 2 b h In rear . S4,cCO Vn avo and 21th st nw 2,7UI A -t, bet 14th aud 15th sts so 1.350 1'Jlhst, bc-tE Capand Astsse 1,033 Per foot. K st, bet ICth and 17th sts nw Si 50 Paave, bet Cth and 7th sts so.. 2 03 10th st. bet M and Nstsn w 1 75 Dunharton av o and Beall tt, 30th and 31st stsnw 125 O st, but 1st andSd stsn w 5 N e cor Va avo and 22d st n w (5. HOUSES FOR RENT. Por month. 1ho"Ialtb."N J avcaudBstuw. 2027Ittn w,22r $100 00 7i5Mhstnw, 13 rs loooo 3C52 P st n w. 13 rs, f ur Pooo rocttnw, I2rs t-ioo 9012lststnw, 12rs J0 0( 1110Tstnw,7is 35(KI 1152 22d stn W.Ors 30CO 120511thktn w, 7is OOO 320 Missouri avo u w, 12 rs . oo Upper pait 1103 Pst n w. 7 rs 80 oo t27 22d st n w. a rs 30 Od 2012 E stn vv, 9 rs 2J OO cC7Astso, S rs 21 00) 142Cstno,7r 200J 0-25 U stn w,7rs 20 .V iff! N st n w, 7 rs 20 00) 1S02 4)st 8 W.Ors 1130 Ken and Houso, Woodloy Park, 5 rs. 15 00 H06Qstnw,5r l.OO REAL ESTATE INVESTMENr. Sato as U. S. bonds; 5 per cent,, payable) quarterly; In sums of 81,000. LOANS. In snms to suit at 0 per cent. The abov o Is only a portion of tho property on my books. For full list call at ofilce for bulletin, Issued on the 1st and 15tb. cjt &2m 1II." 1' hlievt. .11 ember irWuslilui;(iiii Modi I:cIiuiiko. All locul klorlin und h(('uiitleh liouclit mill Mild. (INVESTMENTS In Mineral or Timber lands In Eastern lv i tuckv.Wct luiula aud thosoutuvvi t pin t of Old h guila, or In lots and at re i i nty In or near (ho new and tomlug tow ns i Hid iriziin.1, vvllipaovor 10 s. inr i , tall-ts and xinall luvostors address v Konhk'laON Attoinev nud touuell r a 10 Law , wan t . -sew tors i r-i tliy orBibtylrenn pei cent - -A( rr-.-v. . K A )x vx J&.