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THE WASHINGTON CKITIO, THUBBUA EVENING, AFKIL 17, 1SJI0.
& wilhaji: coaklhy mscrtA rtaiin Jlccniuo Ho Intornntnl Illnmair In Ilc linlf or Hid Ifcllowa. Cincinnati, April 17 A. special to llio CommcretalQatetle froni IInmllton, Ohio, snys: Thcro is a good deal of quiet tnlk nmong railroad men over tlio discharge of William Coaklcy as an engineer on tlio Cincinnati, llainllton ' and Dayton Iiallrond, Coakloy wa9 , ono of tlio trusted men of tlio company, always hclns put to tlio front when any I last or special run was to bo made, lie was also chief of the local branch of tlio Hrotherhood. ' Coakloy was on the Strong enEino when it ran into the ac commodation at "Wlnton JL'laco, and In jumping from tho locomotive was se verely Injured. A low weeks later ho recovered suf ficiently to return to his post of duty, when all of his friends wero surprised nnd astonished to lenrn that ho had Iccn discharged, no reasons being given. It is said that Coaklov suit posted and interested himself In tho bill introduced by Representative Mc jUakin and which became) a, law, for tho protection of railroad employes. It is reported that by reason of this Coakloy pained tho displcasuro of tho company and was dismissed from Its service". Tho Urothcrhood of Locomotlvo Engi neers has a commlttco at work (lather ing tho facts in the case, and It Is prob abfo that the Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton will hoar from it. A IlUtlOIO MOTIIKlt. Sho Loses Her Life to Snvo That of liar Olitlil, "Wn.Kr.Bn.utiiE. Ta., April 17. A shocking accident occurred in tho In cline of tho "Washington coal breaker, in Plymouth, yesterday afternoon, whoroby a woman lost her life to save a child. Mrs. Antonio Comlsky was on tho incline, picking up coals that fell from the cars. "With her was her C-ycar-old grand-daughter. Sho was standing on the- track and failed to hear tho ap proach of a train of loaded cars com ing down at rapid speed. Tho little girl was a few yards further down the Incline. The cars wcro within 200 feet of her when she raised her head and saw them, She had time to escape, but tho child would bo killed. Sho ran down, seized tho little one and tried to jump, but was too lato. As tho cars struck lier she threw tho child clear off the track and out of "dangor. Shohcrself was run over and Instantly killed. Tni! TI111NTON 1'ItISON. Keeper 1'nttorson Denies tlio Charges IMiulo Against Illin. Trenton, April 17. Thcro aro no new developments of a startling nature in tho State prison investigation. Shcilff Kobert Davis of Iludsou County telegraphed Keepor Patterson that the story that ho had lodged com plaint at Washington that United States prisoners were ill-treated was false in every particular. The story that tho labor organizations wcro pushing tho investigation was denied yesterday by prominent labor men of this county. Keeper Patterson said that ho believed that the sensational stories published yes teiday emanated from a former prison brush contractor named Mahlon Pick ering of the firm of Pickering & Cole scott of Philadelphia. lie said the story that he was interested In any manner in any prison contract was absolutely false. THE LOUISIANA LOTTERY CO. it on'ors tiio suite, $i2,roo,ooo to Renew lta Clinrtnr. New Yoitic, April 17. The Times' New Orleans special says that at tho approaching session of the State Legis lature, a proposition will bo submitted by tho Louisiana Lottery Company to pay the State $12,500,000 for tho privi lege of maintaining tho lottery for a period of twenty-live" years tho money to bo paid in yearly installments of $.500,000 each. Tho proposition will stlpulato that one-third of tlio payments shall go to the public school funds, one-third to tho support of certain ex isting charitable institutions and the remaining third to lovco fund of tho State. The anti-lottery league is pre paring to light this attempt of tho lot tery company to renew Its charter. TEXAS' CRIMINAL LAW ASSAILED. The lVIinlo l'alirlo of the Lone Star Coilo In Dancer. San Antonio, Texas, April 17. The astounding proposition Is advanced by a San Antonio lawyer that. Texas lias been for ten years prosecuting criminals under a codo of laws, passed by opposing and conflicting legislative branches, that is absolutely void. This proposition is embodied in the habeas coipus proceedings of Dick Duncan, who was recently convicted at Eagle Pass of tho murder of tho cn tiro Williamson family an I adjudged to suffer death. Tho rem irkablo case will Mi heard on May 5. HTKTVAHT'S IIUM1SLE RELATIVES. It U Allegro- tliat Their ExUtoaes Troubled Him, Nkw York, April 17. Tho "YbrUV Hilton story Is continued this morning. Tho salient statements of this morn ing's contribution to tho subject aro that A. T. Stewart's mother lived in this cily, was married hero a second tinio, and died here, and that Hilton knew this and worked upon Stowart's fear lest his humble ancestor's existence should becomo known. Tho World also says that Slowart had step brothers and stepsisters whoso exist enco troubled him, POOL-ROOMS CLOSED. A llooltmabor Says tlio Ires Hill Was l'assed Through Corruption, New Yoiik, April 17. The pool rooms of this city all remained closed yesterday and thcro was no attempt at booktnaking made. Peter Delacoy, the well-known book inalicr, says a corruption fund of $100,000 was put up to get tho Ivos bill through tho Legislature. He claims that he can prove this statement. Dclacey also threatens to apply for an Injunction to restrain tho New Jer sey Jockey Club from permitting bet ting on their track. Ailvlce to Mothers. Mrs. ttslow'a Bootutug Syrup should always ho uscil lor children teething. It soothes the chllil, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, anil it Is tho hast remedy for dlarrhrea. 23e, a bottlu. Horn AbIuoii mill Not Yet A wait o. Salem, Pa., April 17. Mrs. Samuel Could, one mile from Marlboro, Salem County, gavo birth to a female child Hint was asleep when born and has not woko up since It came Into tho world. Jt has not been hoard to cry and appa rently is In a trance. The fathor, a fine looking colored man, says tho child Is three weeks old. Ho thought It was dead apd was about to arrango for Us funi'1-al when It showed slight signs of life. Look for the lloohdalo Co-operative So ciety advertisement In special notice col umn, It will bo to your Interest, CLKAltlNO A JlTSTEItY. .Tmnos Hnrrlit Arrested for Shooting Mrs, Harnett Several Weckn Ak, Tho New Jersey avenuo mystery has finally been cleared up. For somo tlino it has been thought that tho idi otic son of Mrs. Harnett did tho shoot ing which culminated in tho con finement of his mother In tho Provi denco Hospital. Yesterday Charley Mayhon wa3 arrested at Pcrrysvlllo. Ho is tho original James Harris, tho colored man wlio was thought to havo done tho shooting, and Is now confined in a cell at the Sixth Precinct station. In tho presence of a Ciiitio reporter this afternoon ho admitted that ho had dono tho shooting and frankly said that ho did it with a seven shooter. "What becamo of tho gun I cannot say, hut I know that I boarded n Bnlti inoro nml Ohio freight train and must havo lost It In tho deal. "What pos sessed mo to shoot Mrs. Barnett I do not know, but It was not for money. I took no money from her at tho time, and I had no knowlcdgo of her having any with which to pay her rent that day. Tho first knowlcdgo that I had of tho shooting was at Charleston, Vu., and there 1 learned It through tho col umns of tho Baltimore Sun. "I becamo vory much alarmed then and tried to avoid arrest. They havo mo here in tho cago now, though, and I might as well bo frank, for I do not want to see any innocent person charged with tho crimo I havo com mitted. "What provoked -mo to do tho shooting I cannot say, unless It was on account of tho liquor that I had in me. Miss Mary Barnett, who works in the Government Printing Olllce, let mo havo a dollar and a half on the inorniog of the shooting, and I spent it in tho saloon on tho cor ner of Now Jersoy.avenuo and U street. I must have been uuder tho tnfluenco of liquor when I shot Mrs. Barnett, for I only remember of firing one shot, and that was from a smnll-callbrc revolver." Harris seemed very sorry that the shooting had been attributed to tho young son of Mrs. Barnett, and ho did not seem disposed to conceal anything in connection with tho affair. Tho only ithlng that he deulos is that ho took any money from Mrs. Barnett at tho timo of tho shooting. CIIESAl'UAKU VICESUYTERY. ltejiartnfrom Churches Komi and Other Routine Hnslnoss Transacted. Tho stated meeting of the Chesa peake Presbytery was continued at the Ccntial Presbyterian Church to-day, The morning session was principally de voted to tho reception of reports from tho vnrious churches, members of tho Presbytery, relative to the missionary work of each and kindred subjects. Mr. "W. Leo Griillu, was examined as to his fitness for tho university and taken under the care of tho Presbytery. llov. J. I. Yancd was elected to the General Assembly and ltov. John C. Dinwiddle alternate. The next meeting will bo held at Greenwich Church on tho last Tuesday in August. At the afternoon session the reports of various committees wcro presented. THE ARSON TRIAL. Did the GrcenappUfl l'lro Their Ilouno to Obtain tho Insurance ? The testimony In the case of arson against Isaac Grecnapplc and his wife, Iloslc. was beard in tho Police Court yesterday. Testimony was given cor roborating the story published in Tun Clime. The point was raised by Mr. Tohrlncr, for the defense, that tho prosecution had not proved the corpo rate existence of tho Insuranco com pany which the defendants wero alleged to have attempted to defraud, but Juilgo Miller decided that that was a mat ter for "the grand jury to pass upon. Upon tho request of counsel the case was continued un til to-day, when arguments were pre sented by the attorneys for the Green apples. ANOTHER OABU'ANIN DK1IT l'AID. A Mistake Concerning a Now England Man Corrected by tho President, President Harrison and Private Sec retary Halfoid had a bad quarter of an hour last week all on account of au un fortunate mistake concerning a New England""man, says a "Washington corre spondent of tho Boston Herald. About tho middle of tho wcok tho President received during a meeting hour tho card of Hon. "William A. ltusscll of Law rence formerly member of Congress and very well known Jicrc. Tho Presi dent did not rccognizo tho name, and sent out word that he was too busy to sec tho gentleman. Russell went away, and although not a vocifer ous citizen, ho mentioned the manner of his reception to somo friends. Tho news got to tho cars of Assistant Postmaster-General Clarkson, who in stantly recognized In Mr. Russell ono of tho principal constituents during the campaign of 188.S. Ho rushed to tho "White IIpuso and related this fact to Halfoid and Harrison. They did not .know whero Mr. llussell was staying, but a search expedition to tho hotels was Immediately organized. Mr. Rus sell was found, and ho and his daughter wcro at once asked to a family dinner at tho AVhito House. The invitation was accepted, and another campaign debt was paid. A LOVELY GOWN. A Dress That Hccoiues Us Owner Very Much, From the Vhkaqo lltrald. Ono of the prettiest gowns seen on tho street this season is a Felix worn by Maud Harrison. This dainty little woman, with her Uowcr-llko face, her exquisite complexion and bright, bird like eyes, is prettier oil tho stago than on it, and this smart, sucdo-hucd, first empiro gown, mado In a sort of pcllsso and embroidered with leather, har monizes with tho browns of her hair and eyes. Her houso frocks are all seamless in the waist, giving her ample room in which to practice upon her bo loved piano, banjo and mandolin, for Miss Harrison is devoted to theso three instruments. I saw her In ono of theso iiuinuo gowns' tho other day, and marveled that other slender women do not adopt such sensible and comfortable styles. It was a cadet bluo stuff, a plain pleated skirt, with the usual seamless waist, tho gllct drooping loosely from each shoulder and disclosing a vest of Irish point. A band of velvet bound 'tho slender waist, with a big rosetto in tho back. Miss Harrison lives with her mother In one of thoso delightful old fashioned, low-ccillnged houses on West Twenty-third street. Nortlirldgu'g Unllceusod liar. OMicer Slner of tho First Precinct had "William Northridgo before Juilgo Miller this morning on tho chargo of keeping an unlicensed by at 31-1 Eleventh street. A linn application for a license under the name of North liilgo A- Aiken Ins been tiled, but re jected. Tho Commissioners eamo to Ihu conclusion, after Investigation, that Northrldge was not entitled to a license. Judgo Miller imposod a line of $103 or n sentence of ninety davs in tho District Jail. BLOOD WILL TELL. Emperor William's Madcap Russian Maternal Ancestors, From the Zonann Truth. There arc HougonMnCtruart charac teristics in tho genealogical trco of tho German Emperor which glvo a key to tho vagaries of his conduct, Paul I, was grandfather of tho lato Empress Augusta, and thoreforo a direct ances tor of William II., of whom Gem-go IV. was tho great granduncle, and Gcorgo III. tho great-great-grandfather, Ills Imperial Majesty is twico descended from Frederick, Prlnco of Wales, and four times from Joslah the Pious, of Saxe-Gotha, who was certainly "pe culiar," and transmitted somo of his peculiarities to tho lato Grand Duchess of Saxo-Coburg-Gotha, the groat-crand-mother of "William I. Sho was a Mighty and a self-willed person. There was Mightiness in tho Bruns wick "Wolfcnbuttols, nnd a wholo hivo of bees operated in tho Emperor Paul's bonnet. Yet Paul had cleverness, and was carefully educated by French savants. Ho had feverish activity. Though traveling in his time was diffi cult and fatiguing, ho rushed, ns Comto du Nord, all over Europo with his wife in n post-cnaisc. Austria, Italy, Switz erland, France, Belgium, Holland, tho minor courts of Germany and Poland wcro visited in less than no tinio by him. Tho Comto du Nord went so fast that thoso who wcro with him said they saw nothing until they caino to Paris but tho clouds of dust which his post chaise and train of carriages raised on the roads. Ho had a dozen Ideas a day. Caprice alone governed his actions. On mounting tho throne he exiled his mother's last favorito, Zuboff, to Si beria. Soon afterward he recalled him and loaded him with favors. Tho slightest neglect of his orders was heavily punished. Everyone was. In passing boforo tho Imperial palace, bound to salute it, oven when Paul was not there. Ho hated tho pot-hat, which ho thought a slcn of Jacobinism, and his police wero Instructed whenever thoy saw ono to knock It off the wearer's head. Ho could bo poltto, amiable and oven witty, but nobody could enjoy theso good qualities bo cause ho was so changeable. One of tho signs of respect that he exacted ot His subjects was mat tuey should, whenever they met him in tho street, get out of their carriages to sa lute him. The rule applied to men, women and children. Ho went about incognito at night, like Haroun Alras chid, to see that his police wero doing their duty, and was fond of having his troops called up at night in tho midst of winter to review them. Ho could bo humane and generous, or, according to his freak, tho roversc. Tho incohe rence of his orders and actions was such that nobody could guess from what ho had dono what he was likely to do the next moment. LIMERICK'S 1'IRST MAYOR. How the Citizens Selected uShaun-na-Scoouo," tho Hroom-Muher, It so happened once upon a time that a disputo arose among the. burghers of Limerick as to who should bo Mayor, writes Mary Banim in tho Providence Journal. Ono party urged the claims of their favorito; others fough hard for their own selection; feuds ran high nud neither sldo was Inclined to give in; mere was no Mayor, no apparent possi bility of either side being contont with whoever should bo chosen from among tho burghers. Thcro seemed no chance of any elec tion being mado, until at last It was proposed that somo one indifferent alike to all parties should be, chosen. The citizens determined to elect by chance, and agreed that upon the following day tho principal members of the corpora tion should asscmblo at tho foot of Thomond Bridge nud take as their mayor tho first man who should cross into tho town from Clare. It was market morning when the burghers took their stand on tho bridge, and they were not many minutes thcro before a poor peasant from Cratloe Hill camo trudging along with a bundle of heather brooms on his back an old trado in Ireland is that of cutting heather or broom on the mountains nnd moors, making it into brooms, the stems bound Into handles, the soft tufts of purple blossom and dark green foliage bunching out into a bnuh or "broom." Tho old broom-maker of Cratloe was known ns "Shaun-na-Scoobc," or John of tho Brooms. Brooms and all, ho was carried off by the aldermen to the City Hall, dressed in robes of ofllce, and Installed as Mayor of Limerick. No chronicle has been kept as to how ho bore himself In office, but many a time, long ngo, has a Munster nurse told mo tho story of how, Shaun-na-Scoobc not returning with tho price of the brooms, his wife set out to look for her old man and found him at last in the City Hall, dressed in a scarlet robo, all trimmed with fur, a gold collar around his neck and tho wand of olllce in his hand. "Shaun, do you know tho woman be fore you?" sho asked iii Irish. "No; woman, I do not know you," ho answered, "how could I know you when I do not know myself?" And the Yanithee (wlfo or woman of the house) went home, and at the end of the year, it being market day again, Shaun shpuldcrcd his bundle of brooms, hawked them around until they wero all sold, then carried home tho money to his old wlfo on Cratbo hillsido, and his year of olllce as Mayor of Limerick town was counted by tho honest couplo as onlv ono of the strange dreams of their life. a ti:lt,-deservj:d fine. A I'liiiUhnient That Might ha Kol- loncd In This Country, From Truth, I am glad to sco that one of that numerous nrmy of jackasses, whoso habit it Is to scratch or cut their uames upon every object of Interest that comes In their way, has been taught that, although doubtless a simple, it is at the same time a somewhat expensive way of rescuing oneself from obscurity. This particular jackass, who rojolces In tho nauio of Augustiu Knight, se lected tho battlements of Guy's Tower, at "Warwick Castle, as a suUablo place whereon to Inscrlbo his namo, together with that of a certain young lady. For his idiotic act ho was, I am glad to say, not only prosecuted, but promptly fined 1 at tho "Warwick Police Court. Look for tho Kochdalo Co-operattvo So ciety advertisement In special notice col umn, it will bo to your Interest. Accounted For. Fiom the Clothier and FuniUher, Chicago man (In hotel corridor to Fellow Guest) Excuso mo, sir, but I bcllevo you have taken my hat by mis take; I just camo out of tho dining room and noticed my peg was empty; yes (trying it on), I was right! This is my hat. Fellow Guest But, sir, you must bo In eiror. Why, it is altogether too small for you. Chicago Man (haughtily) Precisely. But you must bear in mind, sir, that I bought lliat hat boforo wo got tho World's Fair. I.uok for tho Koclnlalo t'o-onorattio So ciety advertisement In special notice col uuiii, It will be to your Interest. IHHMARCK'S WILL POWER. The Vcnrniblo Chancellor Is i Com plete Master or Hlmseir, From the BrooUyn FaaU. Bismarck's resignation has called up a host of reminiscences of tho stalwart old Chancellor. A good sharo or them icfer to his enormous capacity for eat ing, drinking nnd smortlng, but tho nar rators of tho anecdotes havo omitted to nolo tho fact that Bismarck, while a master of diplomacy and a man who held all of his associates, from tho Em peror down, with a rigid hand, should be credited with another achievement. lie has shown his ability to master himself anil nil of his appetites and pas sions absolutely. For slxty-llyo years ho ate, smoked and drank mofo In nil probability than any other slnglo man in tho world. Six quarts of Rhino wlno In tho courso of an afternoon when European complica tions wcro cxcitlrtg left tho Chancellor with quito n sturdy thirst when dinner time arrived. Yet, on tho prescription of his doctor and in order to reduce his weight ho had grown dangerously stout ho dollbcrately shut off on nil liquids, ceased fating vegetables and kept himself on a diet that would have tried tho temper, pluck and will of the most enthusiastic of amateur athletes until ho had reduced his bulk nearly seventy pounds. It Is related that In a similar way ho ceased smokinc at an hours notice, so as to mako an accurate test of tho effect that smoking had upon his nerves. One of his physicians told him that a trcmulousness of the hand, of which ho complained, was tho result ot his inordinato use of tobacco. Ha there upon broko off a life-lone habit with ns much case as though hlslovo for smok ing was a more caprice. At tho end of six months ho found that his hand still shook. Then he took up smoking again nnd has kept at it over since. m EASILY RID OP HER. The Wny n Maori Chief Disposed of a Wire. From the Xiw York Tribune, Sir George Bowen, tho former Gov ernor of Now Zealand, relates that among the loyal Maori chiefs, whom ho invited to meet thoDukoof Edinburgh, when tho latter visited tho colony, was one of tho original signers of tho treaty of "Wnitangi in 1810. who had over slnco been a firm friend of tho English. One of tho Anglican bishops afterward said to tho Governor: "Do you know, sir, tho antecedents of that old heathen ?" "No, my dear Bishop," was tho reply; "but I do know that ho hroucht COO of his clansmen into tho field to fight for tho Queen, so I in vited him to meet tho Queen's son." "Well," continued tho Bishop, ""When I first arrived iu New Zealand that chief came to mo and said that ho wished to bo baptized. I knew that he had two wives, so I told him that ho must first persuade ono of them to re turn to her family. He said ho feared that would bo dilllcult, but that ho would sec what could bo dono and coino back to me in two mouths. When he returned he exclaimed: 'Now, mis sionary, you may baptize inc. for I havo only one wife.' I asked: 'What havo you dono with our dear sister, your first wile' uo replied, smacuing ms lips: 'I have eaten her.' " LEMON ELIXIR. Its Wonderful " Effect on tho Liver, Stomach, Dowels, Kldncs and Rlood. Dr. Mozlcv's Lemon Elixir Is a pleasant lemon drink that positively cures all Biliousness, CcnotipsHon. Indigestion, Headache, Malaria, Kidney Disease, Diz ziness, Colds, Loss ot Appctlto, Fevers, Chills, Blotches, Pimples, Fatu In Back, Palpitation of Heart, and all other diseases caused by disordered liver, stomach and kidneys, tho first great causo of nil fatal diseases. Fifty cents and ono dollar per bottle Sold bv druggists. Prepared only by 11. Mozley, M. D., Atlanta, Ga. Lemon Hot Drops. For coughs and colds, tako Lomon Hot Drops. For soro throat and bronchitis, tako Lemon Hot Drops. For pneumonia and laryngctls, tako Lemon Hot Drops. 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"After tho uso of Aycr's rills for many years, in mypractlco nnd family, I am Instilled In Haying that they nro nn excellent cathnrtlo and liver medicine sustaining nil tho claims made for them." W. A. Wcstfall, M. I)., V. 1'. Austin & N. "W. Hallway Co., llurnct, Texas. "Aycr's Tills aro tho best modlclno known to mo for regulating tho bowels, and for all diseases caused by a (lis ordered stomach and llvor. 1 suffered for over threo years from headache, in digestion, and constipation. I had no nppctlto nnd was weak and nervous most of tho time. By using throe boxes of Aycr's Tills, and nt the samo tlmo dieting myself , I was completely cured." Philip Lockwood, Topcka, Knnsas. " I was troubled for years with indi gestion, constipation, and hendncho. A few boxes of Aycr's Pills, used in small dnlly doses, restored mo to henUh. They nro prompt and effective." w. U, Strout, Meadvlllc, Pa. Ayer's Pills, Q rittrintD bt p Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Bold ly all DruggliU and Dcslcti to Mtdlclae. THE TRAVELER'S GUIDE. Arrlvnl ot Itnllronil Trains In Wash ington. Arrivals at II. nnd 1". Station.. From Boston 10:43 a. m. dolly. From Now York and Philadelphia 4:10, 8.00, lCvtS n. m 1.42, 2.15, 3.10. 8.40 (limited) 9.25, and 10.35 p.m. dally. 1.13, 8.15, and 8.30 p. m. dally except Sunday. From Baltimore 4.10, 0.30, 8.00, 8.45, 10.45 a. m 2.15, 2.25,3.10,5.55,0 50, 8.30. 8.40. 9.25, ondl0.35p. m. dally. At 8 a 9.53, 11. 10 a. m 1.42, 3.50, 0.40, 8.15, p. m. dally except Sunday. From Annapolis 8.00, 0,55 a. m., 1.42,.5.55, 8.30 p. id. On Sundays, 5.55 p. m. From Niagara Kalis, Buffalo, Elmlra and nar- riaburg Dally 8.45 a. m. and 5.55 p. m. dally except Sunday. From Pope's Crcok Line 8.33 a m and 5.B p m, dally, except Sunday. From Richmond and tho South 11.24 a m 10.50 and ll.CO.p m dally, 0.30.pm, daily, ox ccpt Sunday. Fron. Chicago and rittsburc 0,30, 8.43 a m, 2.25, 5.o5, 8.15 p m. All dally. From St. Louis C.S0 a m and 2.25 p m, dally. From Alexandria 0.53, 8.30, 9.30, 10.45, 11.24, am, 2. 60, 5.30, 6.30, 7.1P, 7.25, 9.W, 10-40, 10.10, 11.00 p m dally. At 0.25. 7.23, 8.20, 10.23, 10.35 a m. 1.40, 3.00, 3.20, 10.40. 11.25 p m. dally, except Sunday. On Sunday only -at 2.20 pro. From Cincinnati, Louisvlllo and St. Louis, via Chf9apeako and Ohio routo 8.30 a. m. dally; from Cincinnati and St. Louis ("1. a v, tipcciar'jaia.oup. m. aauy. Local train on C. and O. from Virginia Springs 7.13 p. m. oxcept Sunday. From Old Point Comfort, Newport News and Norfolk 3.35 and 10.50 p.m. dally. From Now Orleans, Montgomery, Birming ham, Atlanta, Raleigh, Lynchburg 0. 53 u. m. and 7. 10 p. m. dally. From Memphis. Now Orleans. Montgomery, Nashville, Bristol and Lynchburg 10. 15 a. m. and 10.40 p. m. dally. From Charlottcsvltlo and Wny 2.53 p. m. dnlly. From Manassas, Strashurg and Way 10.23 a. m. and 10.45 p. m. dally oxcept Sunday. From Lresburg, Round 11111 nnd Points on W. & O. R.R 8.30 a. m. dally, 3 p.m. dally, except SundaT. Arrlvnls nt 11. nnd O. Stntlon. From Now Vortt S.40 a. m 2.40. 8.00,9.20, 11.20 p. m. dally, 5 p. m. dally, except Sunday. From rhlladclphla-8.40.1l.l5a. m., 2.40, 8,00, 9.20, 11.20 p. m. daily; 5.00 p. m. dally ex cept Sunday. From Baltimore 8.53, 8.40, li.5Vl0.20, lf-05 a. m.. 12.45. 2.40.3.00, 5.20, 0.30, 7 45,8.00,8.30, 9.20, 11.10, 11.20, 12.15, dally, 0.30, 7.30, 8.30, 8.50, a. m., l.to, 4.30, 5.00, 7.05, p. m. dally except Sunday. On Sunday only at 2.20 p. m. From Chlcafo and Columbus 11.43 a. m nnd 4.05 p.m. dally. From Cincinnati, St. Louis and Louisvlllo 3.50 a.m. and 2 p.m. dally, From Pittsburg and Cleveland 7.10 a. m and O.co p. m. dally. From Deer Park and Oakland 3.50, 11.15 a. m. and 4.05 p. m. dally. From Lexington, Winchester nnd Virginia Valloy 0.30a. m. and 3 p. m. dally, except Sunday. From Frederick 8.25 a. m. dally, 1.50, 3, 0.50, 7.30 p. m. dally, oxcept Sunday. From llagerstown 8.25 a. m. dally, 9.30 a. m. nnd 1.50 nnd 6.50 p. m. daily, except Sun day. From Wnshlngton Junction and Way 3.45, 7.10, 8.25. 11.45 a. m., 1.50, 3, 4.05, 6.50 p. in. dally; 9.S0 a. in. and 7.30 p. m. dally, except Sunday. From Boyd's and Way 855, 9 30 a.m., 3, 0.50 p. in. dally; 8.20 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. dally, excopt Sunday. From Oalthersburg and Wny-7.10, 8.23 a. m., 3, 0.50, 10.25 p.m. dally; 7.20, 8.20, 9.30, 11.20 n. m.,4, 7.30 p. m. dally, except Sunday. On Sunday only, 10Ji5n. m. nnd'8 p. m. From Annapolis 10.20 a.m. daily; 8.30 a. m. nnd 1.50, 5.20, 7.45 p. m. dally, oxcept Sun day. On Sunday only at 0.30 p.m. WANTED nELP. AdurtUtmcnU under thU head, fourllneior ess, 25 ccr.tt for one insertion; 50 centt for three, W'VTMXtSllABlSrSItEs7ECrA bio girl to go to a pleasant country homo and tako care of a baby a year and a half old; wages SS per month; must havo good references. Address Mrs. S. W.,thls ufllce. W' ANTED-BY A GOOD COLORED LAUN dress, washing and Ironing to do at homo; references given. Apply 1810 N II av. ANTED-A WHITE OIRL FOR GEN cral housework In a small family, man, wlfo and boy 8 years old; Gorman pre ferred; to tho right iarty a pleasant homo and good wagos assured. Apply at No. 1003 O Bt n w. AN ABLE ADVERTISING, INSURANCE, Safe, Lightning-rod-or Book Agent, or Reporter, of great savolr falre, for literary work. Largo salary. Write Loudon & Hart ford Pub. Co.. N. Y. WANTED ltOOJIS. WANTED - A PLAINLY-FURNISHED room In tho northeast part ot city whero thero will bo no objection to light housekeeping. Address D.r. II., thlsofllco. KOlt SALK MISCELLANEOUS. Advertisements under thle head, four lines or lets, 23 cents for one instrtlon; 50 centt for three. I?OR SAI.E-7,500 BATOPILAS 1ST MORT J cago Bonds aro offerod for salo by E. Jl COTTRELL, No. 1113 N.Y. avo. tA.N'V.VA, N, NWlAAi 1 T?OR SALE-DORSE AND LANDAU A stvllshGravlIorso. over 10 hands high: uno uarness unu uut inuuu iimuu, jjuuuuu mado by Joyce; nro offered at reasonablo rates on account ot owner leaving tho city. 13. B. COTTRELL, 1118 N Y. avo. T70R 8ALE-S75-SPECIAL STAR, 5MNCn, J silent raohet, I nickel, absolutely por feet condition. Address or apply 223 A st s o. MONEY TO LOAN. S" C. HILL, REAL ESTATE AND LOANS. . Bargains In all parts of tho olty. Life and Flro Insuranco. Corner 8th and F sts n w. Lo Droit Building. 11fONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATK OR lVi. flrst-ol ass securities at lowest rates ol iutorest. No delay whoro seourli y Is good. O. C. GREEN, 303 7th st. n. W. MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD SECURITY. TITLE CO., 470 La avo. MONEY, IN ALL SUMS, TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY, ATS AND 0 PER CENT. M. M. PARKER, 1118 F St. INSTALLMENT LOANS-WE ARK . Au thorized by tho United Soourltv Llfo In- j Buranco and Trust Company 01 wuuuieipnia . Inmlvnnnn tnnniin nn mrrfvnt nrnnflrlv 111 Washington up to 75 per eont. of actual mar- Loans payable In monthly or quarterly In Btalluicuts, running 5, 10, 15 or 20 years. In many Instances tho payments aro less than the rental o(a house. F. U. SMITH A SON, 1222 F st n w. M' ONEY TO WAN in rums to Bult On Approved Real Kstato Seourlty. . . U. II. WARNER CO., 910 F st.n.w SickH SI'KCItl, NOTIOE. t33T ltOCIIDAI I- CO OP. SOCIETY OF THE KB ,m I'FMU,. Members ol lh! nv My aro Informed that the new Trado Cud and l,lstl, Improved and oxletidrd. nn m-W rendv for luo Members will return tio old uronn) card, with their addirKK written across tho face, to any or tin kc iimihciI below and obtain Ilia new on imjment of tho proper fco Thero being over l.ipo members who shonld obtain Ihc new card I eforo April SOth Instant promptness is ndvlsablo. The old cttnlUqf no IrneJIt after J;no. ,j J. W I1AR-1IA, Secrnlary. ' W.5 II it, Cash Itoom, Treasury Dcpt, and fttldaifilurt.atniKiti nnd at lo'olookp m, A.T. J.ongloy.prost.sonA stn o, Agr'l Dcpt. Smith Thompson, V. P., 1829 Vnw.A.d. O., Wnr Dept. L. Vnnderhocf, 931 Trench at, Bureau of Statistic. K. l I'awcctt, C03 Mass avo n o, Itli Aud. Olllce. .1. P. McCnbc, 223d st n e, P. O. Dcpt. II. W. Smith, 7IS II st s w, . M. 0. O. L. F. limit, 1310 fl st n w, 6th And. Ofllce. L. E. urldlcy, 706 I. st n w, Reg.Offlco, Treasury. .l(dinMorrlfon.4IMt st n w, t'on, Office. Dr. Jos Jouy. 2218 Pa avo n w, H. U. O. John 1'lnn, 618 23d st n w, A. o. o. f II. tinvpr. Slirunnn ll,norftls OMca. Edward saxton, 22311st n o, Govt. Print ing Oftlco. .1. C. Brown, 7th st and R.I, avotDrug Slorf). I). M. Davis, 1613 10th st n w, Bu. Eng. and Printing. Oliver Dufour, Cashier's Room, City Post offlco. John H. Jones. 1526 Cth st n W, Signal Ofllco. Dr. K. L. Corbln, Socond Auditor's Ofllce. .I.M.Ahdrus, 1310 Columbia st, O, L, O., Int, Dcpt. .1. V. 1'ngo, 1210 Fstn w(Grocor). V, J. Young, 840 Sprncost, Sty, Dlv. Treaiy. Dcpt. W. II. Womcrsley, 1720 11 st nw, Ofllce Rev. Mar., Ticas. Frank Sibley. 705 15th st n w, Cigar Storo. Itv order of the oxoctivo commlttco aj17,Un J. W. I1ARS1IA, Secretary. SUPERIOR WOOD-IIURNT LUMP I.I II R FcrbulMlngiurpoci. for sale by JAMES H. McOILL. Dealer In Building Suppllos, apl7-lw 003 to OH Q st. n. w. BSp ICK 10 It. ICE. THE INDEPENDENT Wii ( O.Ml'ANr Propose to furnish their patrons tho coming season with ttio BEST QUALITY OF ICENNEBEO ICE. ns usual, at rates as low, It not lower, than any othor city SOUTH OF BOSTON. All Information as to prices and contracts will ho cheerfully furnished nt tho ofllco of tho company. 12th st. and Pa. avc. n. w. YELLOW WAGONS MARKED INDErENDENT ICE CO. qpH.Ot S5TTUE WASHINGTON LOAN AND ' TRUST COMPANY. CAPITAL Sl,000,C0O TEMI'OIIARYOFFICES. 1001 F at n w, provlous to tho erection of tho company's building, corner 9th and F MONEYoANED ON COLLATERAL AND ON REAL ESTATE. Well scoured loans, guaranteed by tho company, for salo. In terest paid. Call on or correspond with us W. B. ROBISON, hco. 11. II. WARNER, Pros. DIRECTORS. Charles B. Bailey, Gcorgo F. Schafer,. James L. Harbour, Thomas Somervillo, Gcorgo E. Bartol, John A. Swopo, Richard W. Clay, J. 8. Swormstodt, Horace 8. Cummlngs, Hattersley W. Talbott J. J. Darlington, Gcorgo TruosdoR, John Joy Edson, 11. II. Warner, Charles J. Faulkner, A.A.Wilson, Albert V. Fox, L. I). Wlno, O. O. Green, S. W. Woodward. William B.Gurlcy, Chaa. BonJ. 'Wilkinson, John B. Lamer, A. S. Worthlngton. fe27-00 KSfLADIESt LADIESI LADIESI Bss' Mrs. McCafforty Is tho only hat and bonne t-framo manufacturer in tho city. Call and sco her now shapes. Blcaohlng and pressing. Straw and felt hats altered to tho latest stylos. Orders promptly attondod to. 1009 G street n. w. JT-DR.WniTE, CHIROPODIST 1410 Pcnna. avo., opposlto Wtllard's Hotel. Thousands from far and near visit Dr. Whlto for relief from and avoldanoo of corns, bun Ions, diicascd nails and all other foot troubles. Hours. 8 a. m. to C p. m.; Sun days, B to 12. Established 1861. Foe, tl. IKST-WnY NOT HAVE YOUR SHIRTS IrZx? made by ono of tho most colohratod cnttcrs in Amcrloa? Prices samo as thoso thlrd-rato cutters chargo. P. T. HALL, 003 F st n w. rEHSONAL, Advertlicmentt under thlt head, four lines or less, 25 cents for one Insertions; 50 cents for three, xfow' renins time.' we" will pay iM "big money" for genU' first-elnss sea-ond-hnnd clothing. Address or call at JUSTH'S OLD STAND, 019 D St. n. w. rOK SALE HOUSES. Adtertitemmtt under this head, four lines or less, X centt for one insertion; DO centt for three. T70R SALE-A BARGAIN IF SOLD AT C onco; 2-story and basomont brick house; 7 rooms and bath; all mod Imps; situated at No. 430 1st nw; prlco$l.S00; terms ono-thlrd cash, halaneo 1, 2 and 3 years. Apnly to FRANCIS UUFTY, 1301 F Bt U W. fo27-00 T70R SALE-1N ALEXANDRIA. G-ROOM X' irame nonse, just unismng; nyurantin ..hlilA.HT.IH.ai.nH l.n,n nrinn QfVI ply to ROBERT J. THOMAS, Room No. 2, 013 15th Bt. 17IOR SALE-FRAME HOUSE 006 IN. 25 ! foot alley, bot 9th and 10th and a and H sts s w; 7 rooms; ballon both floors; closets fronting tho Potomac; 15 per cent Invest ment; lot 341 feet front by 021 deep, 40 foot from Oth st. Apply within. I70R SALE-THREE OF THE CHEAPEST houses in Washington, 100, 103 nnd 110 11th st n 0; two-story and basement, brown stono trimmings; 7 twins and bath; olootrlo bells and gas; price, $3,500 oaob, $500 cash balanco to suit or trade for good lots. toil KKNTnOUSES. Advertttementt unaerlhts head, four lines or less, 25 centt for one Insertion; 50 cents for three, ORTtENUNFURNIs'lIED- " 1701 R I avo n w. 17 rs $200 00 141.1 Mass avo, 17 rs and stablo 200 CO UllKstnw, 13rs 20000 1022Vtaven w. 10 rs 200 00 1011 Conn avo, 15 rs 175 00 lltlistex., 15 rs 150 00 122SMstnw, 15 rs 150 00 lcooicthstnw.llrs 125 00 1308Hstn w, 12 rs 115 00 1787 0stnw. 11 rs 10000 1400 Chapln st n w, 13 rs 100 00 l742Pstnw,12rs 100 CO 7014 21st nw. 11 rs 100 00 2 Lnfayctto Square, 15 rs E02E8tnw.llrs 75 00 1402 Chapln st n w, 12 rs 75 00 1513 O st n w. 11 rs G- 00 012 N Y ave, 10 rs cs 00 OlSNYnve, llrs CO 00 1101 N Have, 10 rs go 00 1402 stoughton st, 0 rs 55 00 1401 Stoughtou st, Ors 55 00 14CC Stoughton st.Ors 55 00 1750 T st n w, 10 rs MOO Pst, ncar21st,7rs 50 00 10012lststnw,8 rs 50 00 1501 S st n w, 9 rs 45 00 1619 Corcoran st n w, 0 rs 40 00 20.120 stn w.10 m 40 00 1K Plorco Place, Ors 33 00 1009 7th stnw, strand dwg 35 00 milstnw.Srs 3500 2900 Q stnw. a rs 33 3.1 54 C stnw. 10 rs 30 00 230-1 llth tstnw.Srs 30 00 1028 R lave, 12 rs DISEstsw.Ors 2-150 U17 Eats w.C rs 21 50 SOtbandMstn w(Feb.), 5 rs 20 CO 1354 41 sts W.C rs IS 00 1 lie above houses can bo examined by per mit from our ofllco only. THOMAS J. FISHER A CO., 1321 Fst. II. W. I?OR RENT-TWO BRAND NEW 8IX ! room fra mo houses, high and dry loca tion; near churches and publlo school In Unlontown. Inquire of A. BEUREND, 133 H stn w lOlt HKNTItOOMS. Adtertlttnentsunlerthls head, fourltnesor ttss, 25 cents for on Insertion; 50 cents for three, HANDSOME FURNISHED ROOMS, EN tui It 0 orslnglo, at tho Buckingham, 920 15th st n w, overlooking Mcl'hcrson Square. Choice table, l?OH RENT-TWO FURNISHED ROOMS, X suitable for gentlemen. No. 003 M stnw. X XX38W 1MB l'hfri'et. Member orWuhliliiifloii htocli i:iliaiigo. All loeul Nlooln uihI hceiirllli's bought ami hold. I COMMISSIONICK OF IIKKDS, Sy 8. BUNDY, COM'R OP DEEDS FOR ALL states and Territories, 458 La. aye., opp. Rail SM& FOB. SALE! HOUSES, 3-story and basement 10-room brick house; all modern Improvements; sltuato Second street, bctwocn (J and D so. 471) Prleo, $0,000. 2-story frnmohoiiso,wlthlarc;olot; sltuato on Sixth street, between JJ and O so. 377 Prleo, $3,000. H-story brick house, containing 0 rooms and bath; slzo of lot, 1Sx75; situate on O street sw, 403 Prleo, $0,000. 3-story and bach bulldtnp; hrlck dwelling, containing: 10 rooms; all modern Improve ments; situate on corner of Ninth and O streets sw. 4S3 Trlco, $3,000. 3-story brick house, 0 rooms and bath; sltuato on I. street, between North Capitol and First streets nw. 403 Price, $2,550. 3-storv brick house, containing 12 rooms; all modern improvements; sltuato No. 031 K street nw. 423 Price, $10,500. 3-story hrlck house, 10 rooms; slzo of lot, 2.-xl23; sltuato Ko. 1423 N st. nw. 231 Price, $10,000. 2-story nnd basement; brick house, 7 rooms and bath; sltuato on Now Hampshire avenue, bet. L and M sts. nw. 4C0 Prleo, $0,500. 2-story C-room brick house; sttuata on Clovoland avo., bet. 12th aud 13th, Yv and Boundary. 405 Price, $1,000. 2-story C-room brick house, on Wallach Place. 481 Price, $1,300. 2-6tory 0-room brick house; sltuato on Wallnch Place. 413 Price, $3,100. . 3-story brick houso, containing 11 rooms and bath; and all modern Improvements; sltuato No. 1220 G st. n. w 450 Price, $15,000. Improved property on tho north side ot G St., wide front. 444 Price, $35,000. A large stable property In a deslrablolo catlon; now under lease to ejood tenant, paying u per cent. 317 Price, $23,000. 494 Frnmo dwelling, Grant avo., Mount Pleasant. Price, $7,000. f 490 Four alloy houses, containing 4 rooms; each rent for $15 per month. Price, $0,500. 4S9 6-room frame house, lot 20x75, on L st. eO. Price, $2,000. 497 3-story and cellar hrlck houso, 9 "Tooma and hath; sltuato on Columbia Heights. Price, $10,000. nouses in Alexandria, Vu, 3-story brick dwelling, 13 rooms, with ofllco annex and large sldo lots; sltuato on cor. Duke and St. Asaph sts.; lot TSxS'J. $5,800. 3-story and hack building dwelling, con taining 13 rooms and bath; lot 70x90; slt uato No, 014 Prlnco st. 403 Price, $0,500. 3-story and hack hulldlng brick house, containing 13 rooms; situate on southeast cor. Prince and Patrick sts. 453 Price, $3,600. 4-sfory brick dwelling hou6o, built In tho most substantial manner, containing 20 rooms; slzo of lot 52x113. 391 Price, $0,500. 3-story and back building hrlck house, containing S rooms, sltuato on Columbus st., near Prince. 483 Price, $2,400. 49S 3-story brick dwelling nouse, con taining 10 rooms and all modern Improve ments; largo sldo yard; 6ltuato on cor. Washington and Cameron sts., opposlto Old Christ Church, Alexandria, Va. This is the bebt situation In Alexandria. Price, $8,000. Terms One-third cash, balance ono and two years. Houses tit Falls Church, Vu. A new cottage, sltuato only 5 minutes' walk from Falls Church stations, W. & O. R. K. , Vs., containing 0 rooms, bath, pan try, and trunk room; slzo of lot, 110x150 feet. Price, $3,100. Terms easy. ALSO A now cottago, sltuato only 5 minutes' walk from Falls Church station, W. & O. It. K., Va., containing, parlor, dining-room, kitchen, 4 bed-rooms, bath, servants' room and attic. Price, $3,500. Terms easy. VnvHut Ground XortheuNl nnd South east. All of sqtlaro 1094 35c " 1093 25c " " South 1093 5c " " 1030 60c " 1013 00c Half of " 1111 33o 4 lots " 10S0 !JOa 5 ' " 1095 30o 3 " " 10S4 33c 1 ' " 1107 20c 5 " ' 1072 a'jo 1 " " 1027 371c 4 " " 1005 .-. 10c 1 " " 1045 42e 1 ' 10S0 50c 1 " " 1033 50o 3 1020 C0e 2 " " 1098 33c 11 " " 1037 COc 3 " " 812 80c 10 " 1059 40c 7 " " 1003 C21c -AKD- WHOLE SQUARES -IN- ROSSLYN. Building Lots in all sections of the City. FRANCIS HUFTY Real Estate Broker, 1301 r Street, VfnsliluKtou, 1). C. I'ltOniHALS. IDROPOSALa" FOR STATIONERY I Lepurlu.ont, Washington. I). ', A 12, Ifilio -fcralofl propiwHls, in fl'Tll'iaU' -Jcl to llieususl conditions. W iuriM" , tit this ofllce until 1 o'nloiik i, n. Tlli'n DAY, MAY IS KM), for fnnilsblj .- Mill forlbo Wnr Department and It Huron , Washington, during tbo ftMaJ er ct. ' lime so, 1801. Blank form of jirop "' showing thn lloins and estimated qunuL" required, totii'ther with circular rcl.ih thereto, will lm furnished on application ' Ibis ofllce. Bldiwlll nt'oonsldtred on ri Itcmtoporatuly. bidders nro notified t r no nwnrd or formnl w I'ptanee of nny 1 1 1 under this advertisement will ho mado tint i Congross makes an upproptiati'iufrom w'ii ' tlio supplies called fur can no purchased Proposals must bu Inrt. rit on the outside ' Ihocnvolopo, "Priipnsalsfor Mntloncry, .in i addressed lo 51. It. THORP, Chief Supply D' Vision. npl6.17.1S.10,nr M PROPOSALS FOUMISUKLLANKOUH hi . pllos.-WnrDopnrtmont, Washington O. V April 12. IH'.sJ. Sealod urnpoii!.,ln d i cate, subject to tho usual conditions, wli. ' roccived at this otllci! until 1 O'CLOCK I' r MONDAY, MAY 26. 1SW. for furnishing "M collaneous Hippllos," consisting-ff Ilroi n-. llrushos, Soaps. Towels etc, oto., for fii War Department and 'ts llnrcain lnW.i- Ington, ilmlng the fiscal year ending Jnnc M. IBiil. Blank forms of rrotsisals. showing 'Ik Items nnd cstlmnted quantities required, getherwlth Instructions to bidders, will ' furnished on application to this oUleo. Ill's will bo considered on cndiltom sopiratcly Bidders nro notified that no award or lorm.t' ucceitnncoof nny hid under this advertis. montwlll be rrnifo until Ctigros makes nn npproprlatlon from which 1 he supplies cade for can bo purchased. Proposals mast he fiidotfcd on tho outsldo of the envelope "ProKsals for Miscellaneous Stippllos," an i ndi'ressed to M. R. THOltP. Chlof Supply HI vision. apl8,17,18,19,ml'' 21 Directory of Lawyers and Law Firms pAMl'BELL CARRINGTON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 605 D street northwest Washington, D t Webster Law Building. Residence, 1213 II stroet northwest. TIT-EBB & WEUD, ATTORNEYS ANB COUNSELLOR, 406 Fifth Strcot, Washington, D. . William B.Wohb. Ucnry Randoll Webb, John Sid uoyWchb. feb27,d&'v f TTTOODBURY WHEELER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. 321 and 3211 II at., Chaunccy Building, noar Louudnna avo., Washington, D. O. Practices In tho Courts of tho District n"d t Prlnco Goorgo's County, Md. foST-dAP t T EON TOBRINER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 322 Four-and-a-half street n.w near City Ha 1. Washington. D. C. fo27-uftS.'f H. BERLIN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Room 21. 412-478 Louisiana Avcnnel. fc27-dAstf Washington,! SF. PHILLIPS. J. 0. ZACHUY. F. D. McKENNEY. niiLLirs, ZAcnitY a mckenney, A ,'......., ... 1 nn. fe27-00 11.1U.UOJ. II. .1W, Sun Building, Fst J. ALTHEUS JOHNSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 418' Fifth Stre.'f fc27-d.tstf I'Olt HALE AND KKNT. T)EAL ESTATE BULLETIN THOMAS E. WAGOAMAN, 917 F street. Changes mado Wednesdays and Saturdiys. 3-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR SALE. Oth st, bet Kand Lstsn w S30.00J C23 nud C25 11 st n w, b hand 5 houses rear 22,Wd CIS I stnw, bh, ml. 12 rs 16.000 1013 10th stnw. bh, ml, 10 rs 12.000 207G stn w, bh,ml,10rs e.0.x 1128 Cth stn w.bb, 0 rs FAX) 223 Indiana avo n w.bh.Ors 7.500 1731 10th Bt 11 w, b h, 9 rs 7.500 1220 Muss avo n w, f h, 8 rs 7..150 SSIstnw.bh, llrs 6.W 2-STOUY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR BALK. 1114 and 1116 Cth st s w, to h, 7 rs, and 1 f brenr SWHSJ 400 and 403 llth sts w. bb, Ors 5,C0O 239 13J st s w, b h, 8 ra 5,M 401 nnd -100 8 Capitol st s w, f h, Ors.... 3.W 312 nnd 311 M Ft s w, t h, 4rs 2,300 424 6th El 8 W. f h. 5 rs 2.000 "SI sts w,bh,5 rs 1,800 12 CafiliPl nlley s w,bh,0rs 1,150 006 ulley bot O and U, Otli nnd 10th s w, fb,7rs 1,100 Alley bet 4,and Oth, U and I stssw, 4 IS .- 000 UNIMPROVED PROPERTY' FOR BALE. Fcr foot- IC st, bet 1Mb and lTthstsnw Si Sd Pa avc. bet 6th nnd 7th sts so 2 00 loth st. bet M aud N sts nw... 1 75 24th bt, bet L and M sts nw 1 50 19th 6t, bot E and F sts n w 125 131 st, bet Canal and C sts n w 1 00 Mass avo. bot Dol nvo and 1st stn 0 1 00 0 st, bet 2d and SJ n 0 l B and C. 20th and 21st sts n w Mount PleaBnnt 40 HOUSES FOR RENT. Per month. 20271 stn w,22rs S100 00 715 cth t,t n w, 13 rs 1W 00 3052 p st n w, 13 rs, f ur so on MCetnw, 12 rs moo 001 2lststn w. 12 rs 40 00 707 K Canst, Ors 33 50 lllCTBt n w,7rs ,. 33 00 1203 llth stnw, 7 rs 33 00 329 Missouri avo n w, 12 rs .13 t) 1152 22d Bt n w. 0 rs 30 ft) Upper part 1103 Pst n w, 7 ra 30 00 2012Entn W,9 rs 23 00 1520 Bth st n w, 0 rs 20 31 607AlstBO,7 rs 20 00 142Uetne,7rs 20 00 l4C6Mdavonc,Grs 17 00 COtlbtne.Grs 10 50 3S Dcfrec3stnw,7rs 15 3.1 621 est b w.Grs 13 00 fc3H6tno. brs 13 00 HEAL ESTATE INVESTMENT. Salo tn V. B. bonds; 5 por cent., payable quarterly; In Bums of Sl.ooo. LOANS. In sums to suit nt 0 por cent. Tho above Is only a portion of tho rropcrty on my books. For full list call at offlco for bulletin, Issnod on tho 1st and 1Mb. -oT- INSTALLMENTS. WHY PAY RENT? raymeuts of $15 to $30 monthly will buy you a cozy suburban homo In any locality you desire or stylo you fancy. Wo will buy for or sell you u houso of any value oa pro portionate rayments. No Security Required. Wo are not a Building Loan Association, but a Mutual Mortgage Company, with over 2,000 members, having tho plans, ways and moans to carry out abovo offer. Granite Stale Provident Association Kill AM) 171 llKOAinVAV, NEW YORK. W. S. ODELL & CO., OENAHAL AOENT3, Rooms 32-31 Ailantlo DulUliiy martl.lm. 930 F stroet n w J. T. ASHFORD Can bo fonudat 116 10th et. n. w. Snei Ii'M.m lu Fuinltuie; Mattrosos and Spring vU mado to order. Furnlturo and Pictures o euri'iy puokid and shipped. (ioodWIro Mattress.. $2 50 40 Pound Ualr Mattress I't.a J. T. HSHFORD 410 T1KTH 6T. N, W. fuU,lft HOMES