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LOCAL MENTION.
Thf Weather.
For the District of Columbia. Eastern Penn
svWania. New Jersey, Delaware. Maryland
> lrguua. and North Carolina, fair; warmer'
followed in western Virginia and North Caro
lina by cooler; southwestly winds.
Sraixo Sttle Silk Hats. #5; best. *6
New shape a and shades in Colored Derby*.
Nice line Stylish Black Derbys. ?1.50 to ?4.
Stetson s Soft Hats. Crash and Hannock Bats
L*wit 4 So.*, 1421 New York ave., nr. 15th
Also a nice assortment new neckwear.
Maqiix's 25c. Candy7525~llth si. n.w.
T** Goldrs Eaole Clothisg Co. extend
? cordial invitation to all. especially their old
customers, at their new quarters. So. 211 Penn
sylvania avenue southeast. Capitol Hill Bar
E^,a^lhl,tPirtmCnU m Cl?lhuig' inT?h'
"Losdos's Verdict."
t x'?: " Jo?e* F R- 8.1..etc.. savs: 'The
Ideal Felt Tooth Polisher, unlike bristles, is
Harmless, and through its polishing and ab
sorbent properties preserves the teeth."
Th* Georgetown Custom House received
2s?erday 111 bund from Amsterdam per steamer
ale, unset diamonds to the amount of 51,643
Uulden. These were imported direct by It.
rt *eris A I o.. 432 7th street. Purchasers of fine
diamonds are invited to inspect these goods.
Reform Waists. M. C. Whelax, 1205 F.
Gescixe Turkish asd Persiax Bros, in all
sizes, and Portieres at a heavv discount, at D
K. Varzhabedia-x's. 61H-620 14th st.
Friday Omi.?Si* dollar pair solid gold
spectacles for *2.85. at 409 7th street n. w.
If Yoc Woru> like to have a fair, clear com
plexion take Page's Sarsapariila. It will
quickly remove all impurities from the blood.
For sale at Mertz's Drug Store,
1014 F street.
Mme. 31. Neilsox, Corsetiere, formerly of
New lork, 52111th st., near F.
Edxoxwtox A Co., have closed their Avenue
?tore and will continue the Shoe Business at
1339 and 1341 F street, opposite Ebbitt House.
Sexd O.ne Cent postage to "Domestic'' Sew
ing Machine Office. 7 th and H. for new Do
mestic Spring Fashion Catalogue, illustrating
over 1,500 newest styles.
Fiyxrv's Compovxd Syrt"p of Bvchu positive
cure for all diseases of the kidneys, bladder,
?nd urinary organs. 7th and I sts. n.w.
Use Rex Fi RMTrnE Polish?Sold bvP. Han
son Hiss M * g Co., 81515th n.w., also druggists.
Bidiso Corskis made"to order, 521 11th st.
Brr Yorm Coal, Coke and Wood from Johx
sox Brothers, the leading firm in the Dis
trict
There is nothing "peculiar" about Page's
Sarsapariila. It is an extract of well-known
vegetable alteratives skillfully prepared in a
pal .table form for the cure of blood diseases. ,
Pimples, blotches, blackheads, eruptions disap
pear after its use. '
Mertz's DRro Store,
^ 1014 F street.
To Hoi-sekeepers
that want to buy Furniture, Carpets, Oil-Cloths,
Mattings, Hugs. Ac. Go to the largest instal- j
ment bouse in the city. Special inducements
to cash I nyers. at J. G. Slaters.
310 and 312 Penn. ave s. e? Capitol Hill.
10 Lbs. Fresh Bur. 50c.; 10 lbs. corned
beef. 50c.. at New York Market. 3d and Ind.
ave. n.w.
Uas Drop L;ohth.J*7o. C. A. Mitdpimax. 1206 F.
Throimb iue Telephoxk.
"Hello!~
"Hello, there!"
"Is this the doctor?"
"Ye?, what do you want." *
'1 ve go! a bad attack of dvspepsia. What
shall I ,i >for it."
? Gc: r. bottle of Cook's Balm of Life.
It ? tbe best remedy for dyspepsia
1 know of and will cure you at once."
CrsTo* Cornets made to order, 521 11th st.
Ax E vsv \\ ay to keep well during the warm
mouths is to take a bottle of Page's Sarsapariila
in t> spring. It will purify the blood and
keep up a healthy circulation.
r?i;ivE Sale This Week.
?t1.50 Snivrnu Mais, best quality for 95c.
*3 Sm>rna lings, best quality, sl.t?.
c-t Sniiruu 1.: >.?. best quality, ^2.95.
r5.S0 Smyrna Rags. best quality. ?3.95.
Scr.m .V. \ ard: Pongee Drapery 15c. yard.
A lot oi rt uinants of best Ingrain Carpets 40o
yard. r
Solid Osfc Chamber Suite. 8 pieces for $29.50.
Matting*. Baby Carriages and the Leonard
lit fri^erators at bottom prices.
W. H. Hoeke,
801 Market Space.
SrRixo Styles. JI?. n's Felt Derbys, ?1.50and
* -? extra value. A. T. Lewis. 435 *7th street.
Fvssell < 1'irE. H2."i X.Y. avenue, the cheap
est and u.o>t genteel dining-room 111 the city.
Su-'Ks For Ladies and Children. Last week
of Epmosstox A Co.'a discount sale. 1339 and
1&41 I Street, opposite Ebbitt House. No
liruiK-li Store.
SoMEiiiixu th;.t pays better than Washington
rtsl (state. A bottle of Page s Sarsapariila |
tak^ u now will save your health in the summer.
<?o to Klutz s Drco Stoke and purchase a
bottle; it is a good investment.
Corsets made for stout ladies, 521 11th st.
CITY AND DISTRICT.
AMISE>lKNTS TO-NIGHT.
NaTIOxal.?"Natural Gas."
Albaiiiu's.?"Said Pasha."
Kerxax's.?Variety.
Harris .?"The Emigrant."
Globe. ?Variety.
CONDENSED LOCALS.
In Circuit Court, division 1. Chief Justice
Bingham yesterday gave a judgment bv con
fession in the case of H. H. Wells agt. D. W.
Busheyhead for *5.000. This was a suit for
SIO.UUO for professional services rendered a
lew years ago.
Yesterday an exemplified copv of the will of
David Holmes, of Virginia, was tiled here to
complete a chain of title.
Yesterday Frank M. Green, by Mr. H H
Wells, filed a suit against James H. Marr to re
cover *151.25 which he claims is the aggregate
of sums exacted of him as interest at 5 per
cent ? month on a note, dated March 27. Inch.
for *050 and its renewals by curtailment tili
finally paid in October last.
A committee consisting of Gen. P.. D. Mussev,
Job Barnard. John A. Vandoran. Mai Wei'ss
and Gen. t.iorge W. BaUocli was appointed
*"t evening at a mee'ing of members of the
Army of the CurnWrlaLd to draft resolutions
relative to the death of Justice Matthews.
1 he remains of ex-Representative Peter Paul
Mahoiiev. who died at the Arlington in this
city yesterday, as stated in The Star, were
taken last evening to his home in Brooklvn
where the funeral will take place from the
Ferr* 1 * >1>e- * brother. Mr. E. D.
The incorporator, of the Washington and
Western Maryland railway Yesterday elected
commissioners to open the books for subscrip
WvTh i "v**? unpa?wt T. Dunlop. J. \V.
>\aish. [.. V LuugUiuau. Frank Hume. Spencer
Ma.then ?. J. b. Henderson, and A. B. Arplev.
Ixstallixo a Pastor.?Rev. W. S Miller
was last evening installed as pastor of the Our
ley Memorial church on Boundary street be
tween Cth and 7th streets. Kev. Y>r. Sunder
Iftnd presided. Kev. Mr. Campbell, of Balti
more. preached the sermon. The address to
the congregation was delivered bv Bev Dr
Bartlett. and that to the pastor by Bev." Mr!
The Alpha Delta Phi Fraterxity.?The
Washington graduate association of the Alpha
Delta Phi fraternity held its annual dinner at
Willard's last night. Speeches were made bv
Glenni W. Nchoheld, Hon. Henry Stroug. Will
iam E Curtis. Dr. W. A. Bartl'ett. au.l Gov
Andrew Schuman. Tli - officers for the next
?ear were elected as follows: lYesident. Hon
Henry Strong, vice-president. S. R. Bond; aec
retarv and treasurer, buaiio E. Fox; cho'ister.
Theodore S. Wvnkoop; executive committee'
William E. Curtis, R. H. Mayer and James
Mayuard.
A Coxvrxtio* of Catholic Kxiohts. The
commauderies of Catholic Knights here have
Chosen a committee to make Die local arrange
ments for the eleventh annual convention of
the R. c. l".F Knights of St. John, to be held
here in Jnue. The committee is composed of
L. H. Lanhain. chairman; J. H. Fletcher, sec
retary; L. J. Herbert. Joseph Davis. G. Coakley
M. Z. Booth. J. T. Jeunnigs. 1*. Howhn, C. E
Cooksev. A. Langley. T. A. Dutfy. M. O. Stack,
James Lawler, James G. O Connors and Wm.
G. Murphy.
Xabbiaoe LlcsxsEa. -Marriage licenses have
been issued by tn? clerk of the ci>urt to Irvin
B. Moulton and Mary L. McComas; Jno. T. A.
Oreen and Lizzie Brent, both of Leesburg, Va.
Benjamin Davw and Sallie Tell, bdth of Mont-'
Cfry county. Md.; H. Nathan Feder and
? Parker, ofJDay w>a, Ohiu.
TYLER DIAMOND ROBBERY.
The Burglars Arrested and the Property
Recovered.
! HOW THE FOLIC* adroitly WORKED THE CASE UF
AND MANAGED TO CAPTURE TilE BOBBERS AND
| SECURE THE STOLES JEWELRY?THE THIEVES
CONFESS? THR DIAMONDS HID IK A SHANTY.
The burglars who robbed the residence of
Lieut. Tyler on I street about ten days ago,
| carrying off #11.000 worth or jewelry, have
been arrested and all the property has been re
covered. The burglars have made a confession.
When the robbery was committed the police
were notified without delay, so that the burg
lars could not get much of a start on them.
The detectives went to work with a will, and
were confident from the beginning that they
would soon capture the criminals. On the
night of the robbery Lieut. Hollinberger
and Detective Raff visited the Tyler residence,
but. getting no clue except the foot-prints
made ;n the soft earth, they were unable to ac
complish anything that night. The next morn
ing Detectives Raff and Home visited the resi
dence and took measurements of the impres
sions made by the burglars feet. From the
circumstances attending the robbery the offi
c?n were satisfied that it was
4P DONE BT "SECOND-STORY BURGLARS."
As heretofore published, the house was en
tered early in the evening, while Mrs. Tyler
was getting ready to attend a reception. The
room where the jewelry was kept was unoccu
pied for only about ten minutes, during which
time the burglar did bis work. The door lead
ing to the hall was locked, thus showing conclu
sive! v that the job was done by n "second-story
wor^r." The houses of Senator Dawes and
CoL A. T. Britton had been entered and robbed
in the same mysterious manner. While pur
suing their investigations the detectives, with
the assistance of Policeman Weedon, located
the gold watch taken from Col. Britton's house.
THE BURGLARS ARRESTED.
This gave them a clue on which to work, for
they were satisfied that the three burglaries had
been committed by the same persons. The
watch was recovered from a man who pur
chased it from a negro named Louis Wavman.
Knowing the negro's reputation the officers
were satisfied that he was one of the burglars,
and they determined to arrest him. Wavman's
companion, the officers learned, was a negro
named George Parker, who lives at No. 1111
New Hampshire avenue, and they also deter
mined to arrest him. Sergeant Trunnell, with
Policemen Hurd and Keefe. went to Parker's
house about 2 o'clock yesterday morning.
Parker was in the house, but he refused to
open the door. Seeing that the officers were
after him. he crawled from the window to the
roof and defied the officers to arrest him. He
attracted the officers to the rear of the house,
hoping to jump to the pavement in front and
escape, but Officer Keefe was on the alert and
caught him before he could away. Parker was
then placed behind the bars to await the arrest
of his companion. Later in the day Detective
Mahon and Policeman Bailey arrested Wavman
in the "Division," and he was also locked up.
HIS BIO SHOES FIT THE TRACKS.
Detectives Raff and Home visited Parker at
the station yesterday and took his shoes. They
went to the residence of Lieut. Tyler with them
and the prisoner's shoes fitted the impressions
made in the earth under the window where the
burglar had undoubtedly jumped. When they
returned to the station and told the prisoner
what they had done with his shoes he ex
pressed sorrow for allowing them to take them
without 'first consulting his lawyer. In con
tinuing the investigation the officers traced the
prisoners to the room of James Waters, the
colored janitor of the St. Cloud building.
During the day they procured a search war
rant and with Officer Weedon they went to the
room of the alleged "fence." There they
found two handsome overcoats, one a fur-lined
coat and the other a large chinchilla ulster.
They also found a suit of clothes and a watch
which Waters told them he purchased from
the prisoners.
HOW THE JEWELRY WAS FOUND.
Waters' statement satisfied the officers that
he also knew something of the $11,000 worth of
diamonds, and they decided to take the chance?
on questioning him.
"Where is that package they left here?"
asked one of the officers.
Then the prisoner weakened and said he
would tell all he knew. He did so with the un
derstanding that he was to be nsedas a witness.
He told them that the package or box contain
ing the diamonds was in a house about two
miles beyond Cniontowu. The officers hired a
carriage and started with Waters to recover
the jewelry. They drove over the rough roads
to a shanty in the woods where Waters said the
stolen property was concealed. The carriage
was stopped and the officers made their way
through the woods to the shauty. Entering
the dilapidated structure the offic ers fo und on
the floor in the back room a small wooden box
on which was a lock. The lock was broken off
and in the box were the stolen jewels. The re
volver taken from Col. Britton's was also in
the box. Besides Lieut. Tyler's jewelry there
were several gold chains and lockets, supposed
to be stolen property.
THE BURGLARS CONFESS.
When they returned to the city Waters was
taken to the station where Parker was locked
up. Parker, when confronted bv Waters and
the property, made a full confession. Later in
the dav another visit was made to Way man's
cell and he also made a confession. Parker
they admiited. climbed the porch and entered
the window, while Wavman watched from the
outside. The prisoners are held until they can
be further investigated. The supposed stolen
property recovered is held at headquarters for
identification.
Both Wavman and Parker are well known in
police circles. Wavman is the negro who
kicked the late Policeman Phil Thompson and
caused the loss of his eyesight, for which he
was sentenced to the penitentiary} and Parker
has served time in tne penitentiary for burg
lary.
Transfers of Real Estate.
Deeds in fee have been filed as follows: K. S.
Murchison to Sophie A. Galloway, part 9. block
37. Columbia Heights: ?1,300. Jus. L. Norris
to W. F. Holtmian et ?L, in trust, part 19. sq.
517; $?. B. F. Leighton to JohuG. Pettibone,
lots 3 and 6. block 17, Brook land: $335. Mary
Ella Fletcher to N. H. Duval, pt. 1. so. 104:
$250. Ac. G. R. Repetti to Geo. Brown, sub D,
sq. ?42: $1,100. Jos. Forrest to Unborn Dorsev,
sub 37. sq. 950; $1,250. T. W. Smith et al to D.
Birtwill, pt. 7, lots. sq, ^09; $?. R. I.. Hen
derson to Josephiue Baker, pt. sub A. sq. 51:
$2,000. H. B. Cooledge to J. 11. Gulick, sub
28. sq. S33: $498.75. C. Gessford to O. L.
Wolfsteiner et al.. sub 80 ?q. 805; $3,100. T.
E. \V;iKK*man. trustee, to G. R. Repetti. pt. 9,
sq. 870: $1,500.
Real Estate blatters.
Thomas Dowling, auctioneer, has sold at
public sale the following property belonging to
the Easby estate: Lot 2, sq. 10. to Dr. L. W.
Richie, 33 cents per souare foot; lot 3. sq. 12,
improved by three small brick houses, to P. G. i
Sailer, for $2,900; part of lot 8. sq. 12. im- j
proved by brick house, to L. A. Litth field, for i
$"<30; same lot and square improved by three I
small brick house's, to P. G. Saner, for $1,500; i
lot 7. sq. 62. to L. A. I.ittlefield. at 6 cents per I
square foot, tax title: lot 4. sq. 88. to John F. 1
Shea. 4 cents per square foot. tax
title; lot 5, sq. 88. to John F. Shea.
6 cents per square foot, tax title; lot 14,
sq. 8M. to John F. Shea. 19 cents per square foot,
tux title; lot 9. sq. 12. to Dr. L. W. Ritchie, foT
11 cents per square foot, tax title; lot 2. sq. 16.
to T. B. Harrison. 6 cents per square foot, sub
ject to taxes. $2,340. tax title; lot 21, sq. 37. to
John Miiler, for 8 cents per square foot, subject
to taxes $1,413. tax title; part of lot 6, sq. 104,
to T. B. Harrison, for 15 cents per square foot,
subject to taxes $2,036. tax title. The wharf
property was sold at private sale for about
$34,000; th* purchasers being L. A. Littlefield
and H. L. Crauford.
T. H. Hall has bought for $4,250. of W. Irving
Boswell. pt. lot 5. sq. 755. 20x103,'* feet on 2d
street. In'tween E and Massachusetts avenue
northeast.
Sent to Albany Penitentiary.?Last even
ing the jail officers sent to the Albany peniten- (
tiary the following persons convicted by the i
Criminal Court: John H. Sinnns. bigamy, and j
Frank Washington, larceny from the person; j
each five years. Eli Howard, housebreaking; (
four years. Dorsey Fultz and John Barnes, j
assault with intent to kill; Benjamin Thomas ,
and Mary Jackson, grand larceny; each three I
yeary. Dennis McDonald and Lumintn Jack
son. grand larceny; one year each. Edward
Holley. housebreaking; two years.
A Concert of Irish Music.?Mr. William
Ludwig. the great baritone, who created such
a furore by his work with the American opera
company,is this season at the head of a concert 1
i company which devotes itself mostly to ren
dering Irish music.The company will appear at
Albaugh's on Sunday evening. Besides Mr.
Ladwiz, Mine. Adelaide Mullan, soprano; Miss
Annie Lay ton. contralto; Mr. Henry Beaumont,
tenor, and Mr. C. Kendal Irwin, pianist, are
members of the company.
The Names of the artists who will appear in
Robert Elstuere next week insure to the patrons
of the National a very able effort in behalf of
I (he piece. ? ?
VIEWS FROM THE HUB.
How the Camera Club Entertained its
Friends Last Night.
Illustrated Boston ' was the title given by
the members of the Camera clnb to the enter
tainment which they gave their friends at
Grand Army hall last night The hall was com
fortably filled when the president. Mr. Robt L
Fisher, jr., announced that the screen would
show some views of Boston, accompanied by a
lecture, which would be read by Mr. J. Albert
Cole. The views were taken by members of
the Boston Camera club and the lecture came
from the same source.
,Mtr- Gole, 'n introducing the subject, spoke
or the eliorts of the various associations of
amateur photographers to make their lantern
suae exhibitions interesting, the plan having
been finally adopted of photographing each
one s city systematically and then sendinc the
slides around to the other clubs for exchange,
accompanied by a running description.
Washington to be photographed.
'Washington would be so treated and shown
here first, followed by other cities. Then the
lights were lowered, and for more than an hour
the audience wandered through Boston, up her
hills, along her crowded thoroughfares amidst
new scenes, throbbing with the life of the
present and then in old places, filled with mem
ories and associations of the past. The harbor
was first treated, and several pretty water
scenes were shown, preceded themselves, bv
the way, by two maps, one of old Boston with
780 acres, and the other of the modern city
with 450,000 dwellers. Paul Bevere
came in for that share of notice that his repu
tation deserves, views being shown of his home
wiih its projecting second story, and after
ward the church where the lantern signals
were hung to warn the patriots of the ap
proach of the British. A bit of colonialism
was shown in the burving ground on Copp's
Hill. Faneuil hall. King street, the scene of
the Boston massacre,
THE OLD STATE-HOUSE
where incipient liberty bubbled over the edges
before the first blow was struck, the old South
church, Craddock's mansion, which he never
occupied, and the Adams' homestead. These
were a few of the scenes which Hashed out on
the screen and made the slumbering enthusi
asm of the spectator's throb just a little, while
the lecturer.full of the spirit of the times.made
eloquent allusions to the incidents suggested
by the scenes. The paper was admirably writ
ten, abounding in pretty descriptions and
pointed with sly Boston humor.
The Boston of to-day was by no means
Blighted in the notice given to the"older views,
and nearly all of the fine buildings with which
the city abounds were shown. A delightful
stroll was taken through the grounds around
Harvard, a spin through the beautiful parks,
and then a lazy jaunt up the Charles river. As
sonre delicate work appeared the artistic in
stincts of the photographers in the audience
were aroused and applause was frequent, rival
ling the noise that came down through the
Boor from an entertainment going on above.
There were several good views shown of
sleighing and skating scenes, and one that
caused some excitement, an excellent view of
the Boston base ball grounds with a crame in
progress.
DISTRICT GOVERNMENT.
TELEGRAPH POLES.
A permit was issued yesterday bv the Com
missioners to the Western Union'Telegraph
"ompany to consolidate their lines of poles on i
15th street, between B and Pennsylvania i
i venue northwest, by stringing all the wires on
i line of poles on the west side, and removing ;
?u the poles on the east side.
PURCHASE OF A SCHOOL SITE.
The Commissioners have bought for a school
''tea lot on i' (West) street. Georgetown, from
t. J. Stanton. 81 by 110 feet, at u cost of $1
per square foot.
miscellaneous.
The Commissioners have issued an order,
relative to special assessments, to the effect
that hereafter all records relating to such as
sessments shall be kept by the special assess
ment clerk, who shall report to the Commis
sioners in all assessment cases requiring their
special action.
The Commissioners have granted the re
Juest recently made by Postmaster-General
rt anamaker to pave the alley adjoining the
skating rink.
The B. & O. a New York Line.?The B. A o.
tins now in service a complete schedule of fast
express trains between this city and New York.
1 he average time is quicker than via any other
V?e' *>u"n,.an 8 Parlor and Sleeping cars on
ill trains. No extra fare for fast time. Bee B.
k O. time table, this paper, *
THE COURTS.
Police Court?fudge Miller.
To-day William Brown, vagranev; bonds or
>0 days. James Ford, do; personal bonds,
harles Dilla, disorderly conduct; .$5 or 15
lavs. Ilenry Coleman, colored, disorderly
:onduct and carrying a razor; 635 or 75 davs
tobert Bland, vagrancy; bonds or CO days.
Jrulget Jiyan, disorderly conduct; y5 or *15
lavs. George Nelson, profanity; do. Edward
'orter. disorderly conduct; do. George Price
Jeorge lihodes, Frank Blackston and Marshall
Alliums, colored; do, do.
GEORGETOWN.
A Gold Watch Stolen ?Mrs. Annie Hutch
ns, of 3113 M street, reported to the police ves
.erdav the theft of a gold hunting-case watch,
rallied at e35, from her bureau drawer on the
I3tli inst.
Street Improvement Needed.?Thirtv-sixth
itreet from Prospect avenue to O street stands
rreatly in need of improvement, and the resi
lents on it are greatly disappointed that it is
lot on the Commissioner's list, as petition after
petition has been circulated and signed re
questing the improvement.
Dangerous.?There is a dangerous hole in
he iron covering of the sewer trap on the
lortheast corner of 31st and N streets.
Better.?There was a slight improvement in
he condition of Mr. Joseph I. Birch this
norning.
Temperature and Condition of Water at 7
i.m.. Great Falls, temperature. 50; condition
i2; receiving reservoir, temperature, 52; con
lition at north connection. 26; condition at
iouth connection, 18; distributing reservoir
temperature. 4h; condition at influent gate
louse, 16; condition at effluent gate-house, 12.
ANACOSTIA.
Runaway Accidents.?On Monday morning a
horse belonging to Mr. Geo. Armstrong, a coal
iealer on Bridge street. r.,n away. Oscar
(licks, the driver, was thrown from the cart
?ud was picked up with a broken rib and severe
injuries about the head. Dr. Torry attended
the injured man who was afterward taken to
1 ro\ idence hospital A horse attached to the
wagon of N. Studer, a florist, living on Good
Hope road, ran away on Anacostia bridge Wed
nesday morning and eolliding with Dr Torrev's
uuguy, turned it completely over. The doctor
escaped with a few bruiaeB.
Personal.?The family of Rev. Ezekiel Rich
jrdson. pastor of the M. e. chuch, arrived on
.Tuesday, and in the evening a reception was
hel.l st the parsonage. l{ev. Geo. Bowman and
wife, of the Anacostia Baptist church were
among the invited guests. Mr. Horatio
Shannon and wife, and Mr. Harry Shannon.who
have been spending the winter in California
have returned home. Mrs. Shannon is much
improved in health.
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THE PRINTERS' ELECTION.
The Successful Candidates Announced?
Details of the Voting.
The connt of the vote cast yesterday after
noon at the annual election of the Colombia
Typographical anion was not completed till
?boat 6 o'clock tbis morning. The successful
candidates were as follows- For president, Wil
liam R. Ramsey, of The Evbsiso Star compos
ing room; for vice-president. Edwin Payne; for
secretary, F. H. Padgett; for treasurer. John J.
Higgins; for reading clerk, Robert W. Burn si do;
for sergeant-at-arms, Chris C. Auracher; for
doorkeeper. Granville Harford; for trustee. B.
C. Wright; for delegates to the International
Typographical union, James H. Piatt.
E. W. Oyster, A. P. Marston, and
Henrv 8. " Sutton; for delegates to
the federation of labor, W. E. Shields, E. W.
Patton. J. K. Seagraves, L. H. Patterson and
Joseph M. Brennan. The vote in detail was as
follows: For president?0.8. Montz, 161; Wm.
B. Ramsey, 431; D. S.Walton, 402. For vice
president-^-Jfts. H. Brooks. 138; W. W. Ludlow,
33S-. Edwin Payne, 502. For secretary?F. H.
Padgett. 975. For treasurer?John J. Higgins.
911. For reading clerk?R. W. Burnside, 745;
R. O. Ferrier, 113; Donald Munro. 122. For
sergeont-at-arms?Chris. C. Auracher, 750;
Jas. C. Speer, 219. For doorkeeper?Granville
Harford, 957. For trustee?B. C. Wright. 949.
For delegates to I. T. U., (four to be selected.)?
John R. Berg, 84; H. Y. Brooke, 203; Thomas
W. Clark. 9'; Charles Danenhower, 29; 8. H.
Daougherty, 139; Joseph Dierken, 225; Ben. D.
Ellis, 16; William Floyd, 93; Jesse F. Grant. 83;
E. C. Grumlev. 115; A. P. Marston. 300; John H.
O'Brien, 207; E. W. Oyster. 311; James H. Piatt.
363; C. B. RuUliffe. 282; J. B. Bice. 54; Charles
M. Robinson, 209; James H. Ross, 270; George
G. Seibold, 158; Henry 8. Sutton, 294; Henry
Webb, 177. Delegates to F. of L. (five to be
selected).?Richard F. Aull, 257; Joseph M.
Brennan, 348: Matt. D. Coughlin, 336; T. R.
Davidson. 329; Timothy O'SuTlivan, 294; L. H.
Patterson, 417; E. W. Patton, 493; J. K. Sea
graves, 432; W. E. Shields, 603; Alpheus Sholl
292.
At a meeting of Pressmen's Union. No. 1,
last night, P. 8. Sprightly was elected a dele*
gate to the International Union. Mr. Spright
ley received 51 votes, E. Maher 21, and Jno. W.
Wright, 4.
Henrv Hardie, the New York forger, has
made a confession at Halifax admitting that
the charge made against him before thd judges
is true and expressing a willingness to return
to New York with the officers. He'was re
minded till Saturday.
The store and dwelling of Mr. Wm. E. Cov
ington, of Bock Point, Ma., was burned Friday
last; loss about S 10,000 or til,000; no in
surance.
The Globe dry goods establishment, Scran
ton, Pa., owned by Clelland, Simpson Jc Taylor,
was burned yesterday, causing a loss of $200,
000.
Gieuseppe Ruffoni, who was arrested in Bos
ton some time ago charged with a murder in
Italy, was released yesterday, the Italian gov
ernment not demanding his extradition.
Chattanooga, Tenn., voted yesterday to issue
$700,000 in bonds for streets and sewers. The
city was wild with excitement. The work will
commence immediately.
X our Blood I
Needs s thorough cleansing this spring'. In order to
expel the Impurities which have accumulated during
the winter, or which may be hereditary, and cause
you much suffering. We confidently recommend
Hood's Ssrsaparilla a* the very bent spring medicine.
By its use the blood is purified, enriched and vital
ized, that tired feeling is entirely overcome and the
whole body given strength and vigor. The appetite
is restored and sharpened, the digestive organs are
toned, and the kidneys and liver invigorated.
BLOOD POISON.
"For years at irregular intervals in all seasons, I
suffered the intolerable burning and itching of blood
poisoning by ivy. It would break out on my legs, in
iny throat and eyes. Last spring I took Hood's Sar
saparilla. as a blood purifier, with no thought of it as
a special remedy for ivy poisoning, but it has effected
a permanent and thorough cure." CALVIN T.
SHL'TE. Wentworth, N. H.
SALT RHEUM.
"I have a little girl who was very seriously
afflicted with salt rheum. I tried various doctors
without any good effect, and at length I had recourse
to Hood's Sarsaparilla. Two bottles completely cured
her, and she has remained well ever since. I can most
confidently recommend Hood'B Sarsaparilla to any one
similarly afflicted." Mrs. THOS. DAVIES, Cleveland,
Ohio.
N. B ?If you decide to take Hood's Sarsaparilla do
not be induced to buy any other.
HOOD'S SARSAPARILLA
Sold by all druggists. #1; six for $5. Prepared only
by C. I. HOOD 4 CO., Ai>othecaries, Lowell, Mass.
100 DOSES ONE DOLLAR. 4
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BARGAINS IN JERSEYS.
At $1.98. -Fine Black Cashmere Jersey, trimmed
Flat Silk Braid, Military Front, Silk Buttons. Only
Si. 98; worth $2.48.
At $2.98.?Fine Cashmere Jersey in Navy and Black,
Directoire Front, trimmed Silk Braid, Silk Buttons,
Worth $3.50; only $2.98.
See our assortment of Jerseys and Blouses. Cheapest
In the city.
THE BON MARCHE
Underwear Bargain.
60 Dozen I adits' Swiss Ribbed Under Vests in white
at 12Hc. each.
50 Dozen Children's Ribbed Vests, Ecru, all sizes, at
10c. each.
All Silk Ladies' Ribbed Vests, all colors, 85c. each.
Complete assortment of Summer Ribbed and Gauze
Vests now open.
THE BON MARCHE
Sailor Hats.
At 25c.?Blue. Brown, and Mixed Bailor Hats, as
sorted sizen, at 25c.; worth 38c.
At 1.25 Mackinaw Sailor Hats in Brown and White,
Blue and White, and Garnet and White, trimmed with
Fancy Ail-Silk Ribbons; light and good wearing,
worth $1,98, at $1.25.
We quote these prices to start the season.
the BON MARCHE.
Beaded Pelerines.
We start at the low price of 95 for a good Silk
Beaded Pelerine, with Bead and Net Sleeves, and have
them at various prices up to ?25, some styles that
cannot be found elsewhere.
the BON MARCHE,
mh27 310 SEVENTH ST. N.W.
I1 ancy Silks,
37H. 40. 45. 50e.
HENRIETTA CLOTH SUITING, elegant dress goods,
in m w Spring Shades, nearly yard and a half wide,
all pure tine Wool; only 50c.
BLACK, H Lit A11 SILK.-., oO. 02. 75c.
HEAVY OliOS GRAIN BLACK SILK. $1
LONhDALE CAMltKlC, very finest quality, 10c.
lllUl'i OF THE LOOM. Cotton yard wide. Sfcc. ,
I K ICO CLOTH, drea* goods, pure Wool, with double
fold, s.>riC'_r Stiudes; only 25c.
COLoRLli blLK PLUSHES and MOR1E SILKS.
LAD1EV BROADCLOTH, yard and a halt wide, all
pure hue V> ool, casir Imrgjiu, Toe.
TURKEY hLD TABLE DAMASK. 25c.
PLAID Ml SLIN, in the newest styles. 5c.
DOlDLL WHITE WOOL BLANKETS, #1.25.
1>0LULL WHITE WOOL BLANKnits, immense
siae, $3.
Beautiful SATTEENS, French styles. 15c.
HEN iJKTTA CASH MEREt>.uxt rs widt double width
ail pure tins wool, twautllul bpttug Shades; only
45c.
NO CREDIT, but the very lowest prices for Cash.
CARTERS.
711 MARKET SPACE.
Next door to the boston Variety Store,
VALUABLE PRESENTS FOR CASH CUSTOMERS.
Select one of the lollowing presents with a|
ot *5. A1 air of large sue fine Damaak Toi
76c. A ball Dosen tine Damaak Napklna, \ __
or a pair ol Slit Embroidered Glove-kitting <
worta76c.
Select one of the following presents with a purchase
of ilOormon: A Larga-aua Hand wtne Bridal Unlit,
worth $1.50: a Dozen Fine Damaak Napkins, worth
?L50: or Two pates of larva slaa,
Towels, worth $x.6o.
CITY ITEMS.
A Piano in good tune and repair is a Joy
forerer, or "vice Versa." Send for V. Bicker.
801 9th street northwest Price* reduced to
*1.50?*~2 for grands. First-class work. Piano*
for rent low. 2
Consols, Consols, Consols, anywhere,
everywhere. Their delicate fragranci perfume*
the air. Long Havana all tobacco cigarettes. 1
sanistag & Co., Auctioneers, 442 9th st..
auction this and everv evening this week at
7:30 sharp. s
Have you seen the Patent Pencil Ink Eraser.
442 9th st. Agents wanted. 3
Emergencies Arise. For a class of snch
Dr. Ball s Cough Svrup is the means to em
ploy. 4
Phillips' digestible Cocoa, a delicious
fat-producing drink which does not distress.4eo
Quick Stop for Headaches.
Relieves any headache in 15 minutes. eo90
In 185? "Brown's Bronchial Troche.*" were
introduced, and their success as a cure for
Colds, Coughs, Asthma and Broachitis has been
uu paralleled. eo3?k
Peerless Dyes
Are the best. Sold by druggists. m20-3n>
For Bright, Quick Kire and cheap,
clean fuel buy Washington Gas Light Company s
Coke. JoHNSt n lisothebs.
3m Exclusive Agents.
Wbl H. McKnew.
933 pennsylvania AVE.
We are now showing and elegant assortment
of Medium and High Grade Novelties in Ladies'
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for Misses and Children.
Complete Assortment of Ladies', Misses' and
Children's Gloves, Hosiery, Underwear, Hand
kerchiefs and all the goods which compose a
complete Furnishing Department.
Our Cloak Department is located on first
floor front, and Furnishings in the rear. sulla,
Jerseys, Tea Gtjwna, Surah Waists .snd Chil
dren's Cloaks on second floor.
WM. H. McKNEW,
Successor to k H. Tsylor,
3a3-3m i*33 Pennsylvania sts.
J? C. Hutchinson,
IMPORTER
OPENING
MARCH 27.28,29.
WRAPS, JACKETS, RICH MILLINERY.
Exclusive Styles. High Class Novelties.
Your Inspection Solicited.
mh26 907 pennsylvania AVE.
T. B. Towner & Son,
dry goods dealers,
1310 7TH ST. N.W?
Surah Silk in Black and Colon, 50 cts.
Heavy tiros Grain Silk, $1.
Henrietta Cashmere, in all the new shades, 1 yd.
wide. 23 i ts.
Henrietta Cashmere, Al]-wooL38 inches wide, 40 cts.
Henrietta Cashmere, regnlar aOc. goods, 45 cts.
New satiues, French styles. 10 and 12x cts.
All-Wool suiting, double width, 25 cts.
3,000 yds. Dress Gingham, from New York auction,
cheap at 10 cts., we are selling them for 8 cts.
Light Shirting Calico, a cts.
Percales, 8 cts.
A Lout 50 doz. Napkins, (job lot) worth from 50 to
75c., 40c. doz.
Ladies' Silk Girdles, in all colors, 40 cts.
Fruit of the Loom Bleach Cotton. cts.
Best Bleached Sheeting, 2)4 yards wide, 25 cts.
Unbleached Sheeting, 2s4 yards wide, 18 cts.
Gold-tipped Umbrellas, ?1.
Large Line of White Goods, from 5 cts. up.
Plaited Skirt Lriid, 15 cts.
goil's Best Skirt Braid. 5 cts. Ja4-:im
Spbing Shoes.
LATEST STYLES FOR MEN. WOMEN, AND
children.
ALL OF THE BEST MAKES.
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUR COMPLETE LINE
OF MEN'S
GENUINE KANGAROO SHOES,
BUTTON. LACE, AND * CONGRESS.
NONE BETTER AT THE PRICE, $5.00.
DALTON k strickland
939 Penua At*.
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SoDEN MINERAL PASTILLES,
which were swarded the hiuhext dutinction by a medical
jury st the International Exhibition at Brussels, have
proved to be a first-class remedial agent in all Catarrhs 1
of the organs of respiration and digestion.
SODEN MINERAL PASTILLES are prescribed by i
physicians in diseases of the liuigs and chest and i
asthma. The benefit derived from their use is unsttr- '
passed, snd even ia the most chronic cases they soothe,
ease, and stimulate.
SODEN MINERAL PASTILLES are preferable to
sll similar pretentions, because they are a natural
remedy, an unadulterated product of the springs, con- (
taining in an undiminished degree all the sanative j
principles of these springs.
SODEN MINERAL PASTILLES are prepared ex- j
clusively under the personal supervision ttd control
of W. STOELTZ1NG, M. D? K. K. Sanitary Coun
cillor.
SODEN MINERAL PASTILLES are nnequaled as
s solvent in coughs snd catarrhs, even in the most
chronic cases. Their success is unsurpassed.
SODEN MINERAL PASTILLES are a superior i
remedy in whooping cough and diphtheria; in the '
former they lessen the paroxysm of the attack, while 1
inventing the latter disease, which cannot take hold
in a throat not affected by catarrh.
SODEN MINERAL PASTILLES derive increased
value from the fact of having a very favorable influ
ence upon the organs of dlmgation.
SODEN MINERAL PASTILLES ought to be kept
in every home. All mothers are recommended to
urge their children during the cold season to allow a
pastille slowly to melt in their mouths while out on ;
errands or going to school.
SODEN MINERAL pastille8 are for sale at '
nearly all druggists at 50c. a box. Should your ,
druggist not keep them, kindly address the
SODEN MINERAL SPRINGS CO. (LIMITED).
15 CEDAB STREET. new YORK
Bole agency for the U, 8, n 1 tj-tlifcm5m
The Finest
MEAT-flavoring STOCK.
LIEBIG COM PANTS
EXTRACT OF MBAT.
USE IT FOB SOUPS,
BEEF TEA, SAUCES, AND MADE DISHES.
Gsculn* only with facsimile of Justus von ltehto's
SIGNATURE ik BLUE OIK
Across Label.
Sold by Storekeepers, Grocers, and drantats.
LIEBIG'S EXTRACT OF kxat 00., Ltd,
AMUSEMENTS.
A
LBAUOITS GRAND OPERA HOUSE
El?m ? at 8. onl} VlUMM Saturday.
An RICHARD STAHL'S Eiv-ors
Iaimense After
Success OOMIC OPEBA. Encore.
*HII SAID WHTf
Everybody PASHA. Tbe Music
Says tin
So. . Cbarnnnc
A Ms*niflcent ProdvrUoa. Complete in Ivery Detail.
NEXT WEEK-MRS. FOTTFR.
IS ANTONY AND CLFOPATRA.
SEATS SOW OS SALE?REGULAR PRICES. ta28
ALBAUGH'S OR AND OPERA HOrsF
8UNDAY EVENING, MARCH 31.
THE LCD WIG CONCERT COMPANY.
WM. Ll'DWIG Baritone.
THE (Late of th? National Opera Co )
SONGS MME ADELAIDE MULLEN. Soprani.
AND Miss \NNIE LATTOV. Contralto.
BALLADS MR. HENRY BEAt MONT Tenor.
OF MR C KENDALL IRWIN.
IRELAND. solo Piaiiiat ?nd Conductor.
Price*. " V . "?0c , 7.V , end $1.
mh27-4t SEATS SOW OS SALE.
K KENAN'S NEW WASHINGTON THEATER
1 lth street, south of Pennsylvania avenue.
Ot*8 H ILL'S
WORLD OF novelties.
S A'T9.
E FACES.
W NOVELTIES.
Matinee* Mon , Tues., Tbur.. and Hat.
Next week?Lily Clay's Colossal Omiety Co. mh28
ERLITZ SCHOOL OF LANiH AOEST 723 14TH !
st. n.w., free French Lecture by Itof. G P1ERRO&.
Franc" Irom the bird's-eye view. It
K EW NATIONAL THKATER.
Every Evening, Wednesday and Saturday Matinees
WELL, WHAT ARE WE HEBE FOB?
DONNELLY and OIRARD.
And their own company in
NATURAL OAS.
The summer season ?s decree In the shade
THE WHISTLING COOS
and the
TWO LITTLE LORDS FArXTLEROY.
Next Week?"ROBERT ELS MERE"
Founded on Mra. Humphrey Warde'a famous noveL
Seats are now on sale. mh28
J?XHIBITION AMERICAS ABT,
1500 Rhode Island avenue
Tea Afternoon and Evening.
CLOSES WITH PROMENADE CONCERT
THURSDAY EVENING.
Admission, Day 25 cents.
Thursday Evening 50 cents.
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J?XTRA-SEW NATIONAL THEATER.
THE SEW FOLliTACT DRAMA,
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SEATS OS SALE THURSDAY MORNING.
Production on MONDAY, APRIL 1.
MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
The well-known ('layers
Mr. E. H. Vanderfelt, Miss Dorothy Dorr,
Mr. John T. Sulllvt.u, 1' ,ss KtSe Shannon.
Mr. William Craven, Vis< Kite Deuin Wilson,
Mr. C. A. Valentine. Miss May kotwen,
Mr. V . H. Thompson, Mi?? Ella Moro-au,
Mr. Henry Holland. Miss Elsie Laiif.
Mr. ?! M. Humphries, Miss Louise ticox.
_luh27-4t
Globe theater,
Penna. ave., near 11th st.
Matinees Tuesday, WVdnesdsv. i-r.dav and Saturday.
FIRST-CLASS VARIETIES.
Afternoon at 2. Niir.'it at 8 o'clock.
Admission, 10. 20 and 30c. mli25-0t
H
ARRIS' BIJOU THEATER
_ Meek. Commencing March 2o.
Mstineea?'iuetxia). Thursday, Saturday.
SPECIAL.?Gr> t.-?T ol them all. Season 'S8-'89
,, _,",p K T. E " BAKER,
The world-wide, well-known, versatile comedian, la
the richest dressed and most laughable comedy,
reconstructed by himself, and entitled
the Emigrant,
A farbetterj lay than Chris and Lena.
Sext Week?HOOD.VAN BLIND. tah25-6t
QOSGREOATIOSAL CHURCH.
TUESDAY EVENING.
APRIL 2. lSS'J.
MISS NEALLY STEVEN'S,
The Oilted Youuk
AMERICAN PIANIST.
Assisted by other talent. to be announced hereafter.
Reserved seats 50 and 7cents. tor sale at John F.
Ellis ? Co., 9^7 Pennsylvania avenue.
For the convenience of music teachers and students
of the I'iaiiOj a limited number of students' tickets will
be sola at 2.i cents each.
The Henry F. Miller Artist Grand Piano will be used.
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MONEY TO LOAN.
flft
OiA IWWk< ON NORTHWEST CITY' PROP
'Vf erty. Cash in hand. Nodelay.
*2,500 * B. F. GILiii.RT A CO..
Real Estate Loans and Insurance.
mh07-6t 025 F at. n.w.
ONEY TO LOAS - OS approved REAL
estate, ill aunis to auit, at lowest rates of interest.
GEO. W. LIN KINS.
mh27-3m lath and H sts. n.w.
OSEY TO LOAN, IS LARGE ASD SMALL
sums, on approved real estate security in the Dis
trict ol Columbia, at lowest rates of interest, it. H T.
LI Ii'OLl>, llltKi E st. n.w . 2d dot trout. mhgtt-lm j
MONEY- LOANS ON REAL LsTATE. LOCAL OB
otiicrtrood Securities. Army und Navy Accounts, i
touiniereial Pa|>er, Ac.. Ac. So delay. WM H.
DEMPSEY, 1424 New York ave. mh25-3m j
MONE\~TO~LOAN ON ILEAL ESTATE IN ISUMS j
to suit at lowest rates
BEDFORD W. WALKER.
_iuh23-3m 1008 F st._
Money to loan in sums to slit, at the
lowest rates ol interest ou good District real ;
estate. JSO. A. PltESCOTT,
1410 F st. n.w.,
mh23-lmo Kellowc Buildimr.
ONEY TO LOAS AT FIVE PER CEN 1 ON AP
l roved Real Estate security. Lurg> aniounta a
?peciaity. TYLER A RUTHLlil OilD.
mli2:t-lm* ia07Est. n.w.
it
EAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
SAFE AS U. s. BONDS.
feii. PER CENT, PAYAliLL yl ARTERLi
IN sLMS SlbO l'O jrl.uOO.
SMALL PltEMlLM CUAiiUED.
f8,.r>0(V-TO LOAN
H.500
5,000 ON REAL E8TATR.
,tlOO
500 tmh22] THOS. V. WAGGAMAN.
Money to loan-in large and small
nuiiis?at 5 and 0 i<er cent, .small commissions.
No delays. GREEN A CUNNINGHAM,
luh22-lni 1405 t It
I ENDOWMENT, LIFE AND TONTINE POUCIES
j U at hik'hot cash pntes. Jxians nr?ouat<-<i
Ui on same at reasonable terms. Apply to M. H.
A> MESON, 1307 1 St. u w. liihlH-:tlu'
. . , -/k 7uwi IN SI MS TO SUIT. LONG OR
A. "short time, laiye amounts at 5 i?r
cent: lowest comniissiv'US. F. D. McKENNl.Y. 1317
F ?t. n.w.. Sun biuldiutr. m 15-1 us*
ON t.V IO LOA > AT LOW ItATES ON LOCAL
sucuritics, listed and unlisted, and good Col
lateral, Bonds, Stoeks, Ai
mI5 12t FRANK H. PELOUZE. 1313 F street.
Money io loan at 5 plr cent small
sums it t> per cent. No delay.
GtO. F. GRAHAM.
uihi:i-lm* 1503 Pennsylvania ave.
11 ONLY TO LOAN
J1 IN sl .MS FKOM $500 UPWARD,
AT 1UL LONSl.s'l RATES Ol INTEREST
AND CoilMltblON
ON
REAL ESTATE IN 1HIS DISTRICT.
R. O. HOLTZMAN,
nihil Corner 1 Oth and F sta. n.w.
Money in hand to loan os good real
estate security or collaterals: nominal commis
sion. ALBERT * . fox.
mhl-lm_ 020 F st. n.w
OS E Y-TO LOA S ON REAL ESTATE OB FIRST -
class security, at lowest rates ot interest. nodelay
w uere tlie security is (food.
flu O. C. GREEN, 303 7th at. n.w.
IIO LOAN-$25,OOt) AT 5)* PEB CENT. IN SUMS
. to suit, on real estate.
gwy'SS NEWMAN' A CO.,
fl5-3m Rooms 13 and 15. Atlantic Buildinff.
Til ONEY TO LOAN OS rlal_ efcta i A IN ANT
lTl sums. GMYNN NEV.man A CO,
U >-vim Rooms Hi Haia 15. Atl&uxic buildiu*.
JilS:3m* ?
Money toixjas on real estate at lowest
rates of interest, iUso on other approved security
THUS. G. UENSEY A CO., Bankers.
Jal4:3m UOy j >t. n.w.
a^O LOAN?
ibb.tioo lu stuns to suit at 5 per cent.
%2u,VJ00 in sums to suit at 6 |>er cent.
,, On real estate security.
Mortvuges auu monUuy notes secured on real estate
botnrht. BtALL, BROW N A OO..
Ja4-.hu 13^1 Fat
Money to ix>an
on REAL ESTATE SECURITY.
_ ? mill A JOHNSTON.
_JaS-3m 1It. ave. u.w.
Money to iajan on apfboTed real w?
late security.
dl^-4in JOHN 8HERMAN A OO.. 1407 Fat.
Money loaned, in si ms to slit, for a,
10, 15 or years. >jwy i?ymeata. In the
event of cteatn loan is canceled without further pajr
IJand
,f.* *? I.imIrrr 1
o20
M
ONEY TO IvOAS
AT LOWEST RATES OF INTEREST
ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY.
'lUoa. J. FlbURB A COu
lltt4LFfA_?*_
OMET TO LOAN OX REAL 1ST ATE AT LOW
ANENMoVS'* SONOilA VA
COUNTRY HEAL ESTATE.
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in* ,-,r?. beauuul vl< * ol lb. ?urrvuu4.
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45? > ?( .. w.
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V?K SALI<-BAliGAlX?S5 AC'RKs LAND and
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lorr^rdtumK. laruilu* an.l dairv.
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rooma, atablc. ,,i ... ?i ...
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?, *tT* G*4li,'vll^. AluU htta Co., Kla l?u h. '1?
Hiuear bnld?ixi. Duvail Co., 4i?. ]*?o acrea rui*i'u r
lariiiUiK laud in \ladit?oii ouuttty, Uta tw? ** Lh it.
V^^ ^lla0aol, toWn Fanua IS
2*m ^fn ' ??'^ \ o.?uuuilii|f iroui to :i.iH>0
?<r?iat wjil ei< tiuhg-e lor ^yuiuubered proparty in
H?alun?rlon tlly orl^ietn. t of Comu.l.ia
TROMAR A. MIVCHBUa
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uijr. tnuuol all kind*, runniii* ?aur lliixu?ru i ia<>
lana verj' ricb. *
bave tor aak- a rrmt rnanv ainall and larv nbrM
oni vhe Mrtroinjlnan brhin h. *tu b ? ( an m II at n?
B tuabte tirtCM. A K HllXi cu? l.i^b I ?t n.i?, jw
L olt ?ALi: -JLOTR AT FURCRT OLKN. MU THE
lT.?ri"^ V.^tUS ?L<K:*l!f", lor a botnc outkuk- Wa?n
Fuki?"jd 'k '"o*- * li HI Kl
tORD. 14-JH Fat. i.,hit;;.n,
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n""y ?ll*r'rd l>?
ukouis^' ASi atoJ'1N"- "r utrir
riiJ i ' CUlor arnd lorne* t>L...run Juit iwm4.
mbI4-llu T. U Ml'HUtli a. t o.. liSl 1 at
FUm-a^rW Maomfhknt villa
Huims. KOIITH or AiuJNU%K?!ibr^' N?
AS 1> o verlook I N .i THE i.N 11 Ht. ?T TV M l?
an itjH H'un Kl n lliKliul nijino^ ut 1 iik
l i.V.tV? ^MA1UJ 1 L>1 ^ "'oH I L1NLS.S ANK
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WtVEji.BOUM DWtLUNOO.V B. R A MM f aT
^Hyattiville,oueluiuutp walk fr.u. ?t?ti . mki
Mao cottiiliy farniB. Aq<1tm MAlllUK I?l< KJ/1T.
j Attorney-at-Law, lila<l?'na.i>Uiir. Md. niii7-^'uio*
?pOR RAIX-OK METROMUTA* MLAJM H. ? "i
r^1 , r7u*' lu:|'rovrd and unimpri vca. :ia. rrato
LrcKL^T:^^r?.wu' Iry tXi'-L?
_____ financial.
L
EWIS JOHNSON ft CO..
DOMESTIC ASD FOREIGN
BANKERS.
Pemigylvama av?. and 10th at
Eicbang*, Letters of Credit. Cable Tr?o?fer? on PtIb
dpkl Cities in Europe.
Government and Inveaunent Honda, Trl<*Tmptu?
Com in unk-auona with New York. I'hUadelj hla. Ralu
more and Boston.
LOANS MADE AND NEGOTIATED; GENERAlt
UANKiNU BUSINESS TBAN8ACTED
mh-.^-2ni
4J0HN Blankman.
BANKER AND BROKER,
1405 r 8T. N. W.
FUNDS INVESTED IN SAFE SECI"RITIES. _
o. ?, 7, AND 8 PER CENT INTEREST I'AID ON
TIMK DLKJtSITS OF X U, V, AND
mhl4-lm " MUXTH!1
Established im4. camtal, 9300,00a
hi RPLUS I'UND, ??ao.owr
NATIONAL METROKiLITAN BANK Or WASH
INGTON, ?13 15tb at., uMwaile C. s. Traaaury.
J. W. THOMPSON, UEORGL H. U. WHITE,
hwifent Caahler.
Becetvea Defoaita, Diaeooata I'aper. Sella Rilla ut
Exi haUf-., Make* Collectiuua, and doea a General li.uk
luftBuaiueaa. fK-.'Jin
HE COLUMBIA NATIONAL BANK.
OF W ASHING ION. D. C.
T
911 K ?t a. w.,
Hecelrea depoaita. Loana Mooey. laauen Drafts, Tra?
?eta a WMtal Baiikiiif Buaineaa. Location cantr^
Mid convenient I street cam au?l herdj?^ run in front
of our dour. I#tb-Mtraet ram run a taw rod* aaat of ow
bulletin*; .tb-tarvrt aznl lltb-atmt oam only two
Uockaaway. B-atreetaud P?ma)lvaula ate cui jalf
tluee Uch kM away.
B. H. WARNER, Preaident
A T. BR1TT ON, Vtce-Prealdaat.
K. S PARKER, fcaahler
Director*: Cbaa. B. Bailey. Wm K Barker. Alex T.
pr.tton. Cbaa. C. Duncauaon. John Joy Edaon. Albert
t ? I ox, Jolin E HemU, Raal rTjLatwblufi Barb Mo
< ulut'h. Crusli; H. Noyca. M. M Hrbr, O. G. -'irln
t*o. 1 ru&aaell. Henry K- Millard. B H. Waniar
>itl-3ui
J*a W. OORSOS. JNO W. MACARTNEY.
Member VI. Stuck 4m.
OORSO* ft MACARTNKT,
OLOTER BUILDING, 1418 r 8T. H W.
ten and Daaleia in OoeanuDcnt
Depoaita Eirhana*. Loana
Railroad Stocka and Bonda. and all
on tbe l icltai4r<a?( New York. Philadelphia,
and Haltimure louirbt and aoid
spet
e, bone Stock dealt m. ana x?
i Mart ran Bail TalaokoM Stock bo^ht and eoldjyH
N. A. S. E.
a a*.
"Tbe Terrible
hrti for st
of Life and I
Economical 1
Addatt
Arert for L<jHD'h m>ll> ^TViMV-'tr*
Cte*i? Sum JNdocrib
AND PRESSED FOR fi.
l; 26c.;

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