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THE "WASHrKGTCOir IEIMBS, JSIODAX, -APEIL .15, 1895.
IFMEjffiFWGDLDTALK Handcuffs That Were Found'On 'Skel eton Anms in Georgetown. lergeaat Haney Owns tlia Grct73omo .Belie and Has IConstrnctea a Plausi- blo 'Story Around It Bergt.'Haney, or the Seventh precinct, has 4n hlsipossession a pairof itisted and clay covered handcuffs of antique make, lie came Uy tho relic inltils way: "While digging jn the trenches Of the new "Onion Tdopot 'Bite, W-illium Morton and other colored workmen, unearthed, about eight Xeet below the surface, several .hu man honusin tho labt state or decay. Ail-that -was I on. of a presumably "whole skeleton ware -a part or the skull, several vertebra? of the spine, a shoulder blade, the bones of the legs, and those ot the amis. About the "fibulas -of me of the anus the hacldo6-wera found, tha"part abau t the bane locked and the other .bracelet open and twisted in such a way as to suggest that it ltad becu pned open. A. key was found Tusted into the lock. At lht point whcrc tho discovery -was xiiude ttiLvground rises ui n mound and where Hie iKJiies -mid thacklcsnMTe Jamid is xot mere than thieo feet from the side. After diSios:ng of the bones 'the hand cuffs were ?yivcn by the contactor to Sergt. Htiney.wlio at-rtb lliat ir tho icmii reeled iron could talk feme grew some mystery or long ago ould bv cleared up. The sergeant Hunks Lat dumrg the -war a constable liad a prisoner locked by the '".cufJb" to erne of lias own nuns, as is sometimes .done lo prevent tin-escniie, when the prif-oner turned n his captoT and after Maying ami loal; the necessary Jcey fioni tho officer's pocket, and. niter unlocking the Iron in. in hib bund, buried his victim with the other Minikle .still on the man's arm. In this bcctjon or Georgetown teveral ski'Ieton-, have been dug up within the psibt few jers, Fomo with cinched t-kullfc and other indications -or loul play, and on each or thix-e occasions the old folks about that lowditj shake their wliileltoadsand tell of how moil liwl been murdered or had uiysteriotisly disaptiearod dunng war times. FIFTY -DOLLARS A FISH. "William Frank "Will Pay That Pine If Judge .Miller Doesn't Relent. "When Judge MHler's court was filled about a year ago with nearly a dozen men on Uie charge of violating the fishing regulations, in using nets within the .District bounds of the Potomac, his honor made each man found guilty of the charge pay $50 for each fish caught in his net, and diHianed tliat in Hie future all other offenders would be fronted in like manner. "William Frank, a fisherman of the "West End, had a smack on the river near the Aqueduct Bridge and two dip nets in operation juMurday The police boat Joe Blackburn highted the Tixlung boat about 4 o'clock and sent a dory up the channel to capture the owner. The latter saw Hie dory when it left the steamer and drawing in his nets, pulled farther up the channel. Then began a chase between the police bouts aud wnaok. It is stated that the police boats eom manuodFrank to surrender, butheapparent ly not hearing r heeding, pulled all the faster toward hoal -water. The police boat then, it is said, fired upon tbeunaek. Tiie ooctipunt realizing that he would cither liave lo come to a standstill or be sunk, came to the conclusion that the former -would be the "wiser course, and surrendered. His boat, containing the nets and about 150 fish, was taken in tow and landed at tiie Toot of Thirl y -second street, and the owner put imo the Seventh precinct patrol wagon and taken to the station and looked up. As the river and police, buai are in the Fourth precinct, the pris oner was sent thither later in the evening. ThecaBtfviHbetriedinpulioocourtto-ilay, and If found guilty, and the court still in sists upon assessing $60 for every fish, Prank -will either have to Jiand over about S7.500 or :pend the remainder of his natural life in jail in default. IlSUlatioiiHfnr JiiKtlottMifllm I'(iru. The new regulations and the list of charges for justices of the pence under the law passed by tbeFirty-lhird Congress were expected on Saturday last. The revision of them by JadgeOole wnscomplotcda v. cek ago, (and they are now in Judge lirndleyV? lianas. .As soon as he and Judge Cole can confer -and agree upon all the details they -will be jssued. o "Why 31n Ilrmk Intoxicants. An addrosR was delivered last night by the Rev. Charles A. Smith, at the i'eok Ale nional Chapel, to tho I. 0. 0. It., treating on "Why men drink intoxicants." lie touched upon the philosophical points of the question. Thore was a large attend ance from the various Eechablte Tents or "Washington. SpooirilfforOIonday. Tuuxduy mill Wednps- . ilnjr. ISvojyipurchaM-'or one pound of our role bratejl TEheaiNcstarat 00 cuntsa pound, one pnuMdJfoar(A..9i P. Baking Powderat 45 cent, or one pound of ur A. & P pure ground Ppjer at 40 cents, will be given one of our beautiful Euster panels and their choice of the following useful household articles A deooratedsugar lwx, a knife box, a glass sugar bowl, nghiRs butterdlsh.idec orated cup and saucerand plate, decorated cuspidor, eight-hub plater, eight-inch jiappic, fancy plate, three-pint decorated pitch w, majolica pitcher, rose bowl, aud various articles too uumeious to mention. This splendid ofier Tor three days only Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at our mam ston:, 501 and 503 Seventh street north wost. eorner of E street. THE GREAT ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC TEA COMPANY. , , Newton H. Bowman, Manager for D. C. p!4-3t SPECIAL. NOTICES. TIIE ROCHDALE CO-OPERATIVE SO CIETY. The regular quarterly meeting or the Rochdale Co-oiwratlve Society or the District of Columbia will be -held TUES DAY EVBNIKC, April 1G. 1805, 7:30 o'clock. ait Ihiciin Vista Hall, 710 0th st. bw. . 2d rioor. Proposed amendments to the conEtltu tion will be considered. Members will jjresoat their trade cardsat the door. By order of the executive committee. X,. S. EMERY, apl 4-'3t Secretary of the Society. NOTICE I will remove on or about the 15th inst. from my present location tomore commodious quarters, No. 308 10th st. aw., next to Times building, where I will be glad to see my friends and the public generally. W A PATE, hardware and liaruass. JOHN C. FAY. trustee. al3-3t FOR SALE Reed's Dry Air Refriger ators for butchers, yroccrs. hotels, etc FacUH-y, 13tli and C iiw. Belt & Dyer's Mill GEO TJ REED. a!3-3t 1 "WILL. GUARANTEE TO CURE ANY case of tubercUlokls (consumption) catarrh, or bronchitis that I undertake. No cure: no pay Consultation free. Address HUMANITY, this office m30-3m EEMOVAL SALE. Watches, Diamonds, Clocks, Silverware. &c , at greatly reduced prices at TAPPANS Jewelry and Optical fctore, C01 9th st a. w. 1 ill remo-o to Ctt! 9th bl nvr., May 1. mr27-lra BUSINESS CHANCES. WANTED A competent cook or caterer to rent and run a first -class dining-room and kitchen for transient or Tegular "boarders The Como. 15 Grant place. al3-3 ICES HYGIENlC-nEALTHFULL THE HARDEST THE BEST ADE OFPDRE SPRING "WATER Telephone! Omce 11S3 F et a.w ,.4WlBNTS- ACADEMY. Prices 23c 50c , 75c , S1.00. Wed. and Sat Pops. 25c & 50a Hosorvod. George ThalGher -and Minstrels Barrb'irfiMsoiTS 5DrPambus Minstrel Favorites 150 Aja-il 0, Hlnrlch'a Grand Opera Co. KEKXAN'S LYCEUM THEATEH, AU This Vt oak. 'Eastel Matlrie To-day at 2. THE TRENCH FOLLY COMPANY, l'rcsontlnr the JAPANESE LIVI.nG PICTURES. Jvcxt wpek Sam T. Jack's Extravaganza Co. "JVJAT10XAL THEATER. J. Onoweok, commencing Jlonday, ApiI115. Xuilj'-Matluob balurday FANNY DAVENPORT JSSSSSSE GISMONDA C rent Cast, heacled hyUIELBODllNE J1CD0W ErO Prices, $i, $1.50, $1 and 50a Nest woek illas Ada liolian. Gr EAKD OPEEAUOUHEi FAnrinl II Allnn. Vnnnirn, Evo nt a Wed and f at. .Mat. at 2. MME. REJANE. To-nieht. Tuesday, Wednesday Matitioo and Nght, MME SANS JENE; Thursday, MA COU S1E: Friday, DIVOEfONS; Saturday Matlneo, SAPPHO; Saturday night, April SO, C1NDEE EL1A. . Nostweuk. htunrt itobsou. PLANKED SHAD AT Marshal Hall SUXDAY, APItir21, 1805. And ovcry Sunday during April and May. Steamer'Chas.TVIacalester, Will Leave SevoDth-street Wharf at 11 a -m. and Hti p. in. FAKE, EOrXD THIP 25c DINNER, 73 CENTS. aiC-tf BHTI CD'O BIJOU Soats25c and50c UILhKb theater 5&& This Week EDMUND COLLIER in THE CROSS K0ADS OP LIFE. JACK McAULIFFE, champion Lightweight of tho world, and JACK 110LAN, in four sduntlflc oouts at every pei fortnanco. , Npxt, Wc(l-T))o Grca; SUE CO. rRINClvTONr.NIVJvRSITY vs. GEORGE town, Tuesday, April 16, "Wednesday, April 17, at Georgetown Campus; game called at -1 p. m. a!4-3t ACADEMY OF MUSIC First Pr6s"ontatlon of .CORONET AND COIN Comic Opera, in Three Acts by Messrs. Fort, Hub Smith and MacLeod. FOR TIIE BENEFIT OF The Children's Country Holne, APRIL 25. Under tho auspices of the following named patronesses Mrs. Calvin Brice, MrsJtandolphMcKim Mrs. Johns. Billings. Mrs. Fred'k McGtilm Mrs. Buckingham. Mrs.EdwardMcCauley MrsJEX Chadivick. Mrs. Richd Mulligan, Mrs. Bancrort Davis, Alts.FrancesNash, Mr6.RezierDtdnuayyl(ilrs.CarlislePattersou Mrs. John "W Foster, MrB.J G.Parke, Mrs Chas Glover,- 'iirs. Joslah Pierce, Mrs. Horace Gray, Mrs. Pellew, Mrs.Phoelw Hearst, Mrs.J.D.Palten. Mrs. Reynolds Httt, Mrs.R. S Phenix, Mrs. Arch Hopkins, Mrs.T Nelson Page, Mrs.MayoIIazeltlne, Mrs. John F Rogers, Miss Herbert, Alra.R. G. Rutherford, AIr.l)anielS.Lamont,Mr8. J. M Schofield, Irs."W S Lincoln, The Mi6ses Schenck, Mrs. Blair Iee, Jdrs. Vm. "WJnthrop, Mrs. Alex B. Legare.Mrs. AVestinghouse, Mrs L 7. Leiter, The Misses Wilkes. Ticke t may bn ohtainod from tho lady pa- troaeses and at Metzoroti'o Music btore, 1110 F streot northwest. AUCTION SALES. Annual Spring Sale of S..J. MEEKS', 622 G Street N. W. Opposite tho City Post-oQlco, To cover Advances, Storage, Repairing, Eta Positiveand Peremptory Sale by Cat alogue Of a Largo Assortment of over 300 New and 'Second-hand Carriages Harness, Robes, Blankets, Whips, Etc. Consisting of Landaus, Broughams, Coupclcts, Victorias, Coupe Jtookaways, Park Phacton3, tVagoncttes, T-Carts, Village Carts, Dog Carts, Side Bar and other Buggies, Doctors', Ladles' and Children's Phae tons, Kensingtons, Jump Scats, Traps Etc- Also a large and elegant assort ment of Double and Single Harness, Robes, Blankets. Whips, Etc.. Etc. On TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 1895, at 10 A. M. Wo will sell by public auction at 622 G ST. N. W. This largo collection of Carriages, Eta No postpouomont on account of weather. 'Salo continued from day to day until stock is said. TEH MS CASH THOMAS D0WL1NG & CO., Auctioneers. Will Be Sold at Our Auction Stables 211 11th St. N.W. Saturday, April 13 10 o'clock. "This stock is shipped direct from Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia, and every one of them tv 111 ho sold for tho high dollar. Don't fall to ftitond this sale, "as you will get good stock, saUahla Jor all bustnrss, and every horse Kill be guaranteed as represented. -Some good DRAUU11T .MULES will bo Jn tho let. MAGRATH & KENNELLY, Auctioneers. M. B. LATIMER & CO., General Auctioneers and Appraisers, SELL EVERYTHING. HEAL ESTATE, LEGAL AKD GOVEIINMENT SALES, AND. SALES AT PRIVATE RESI DENCES, HOTELS, &C, A SPECIALTY. AST COMMUNICATION ADDRESSED TO 1419 G STREET WILL RECEIVE PitOML'T AT TENTION. 1L B. LATIMER & CO., Auctloneors, Lato of Latimer & Sloan. TOR'SA'DE MISCELLANEOUS. "WILL SELL, cheap a fast bay marc and buggy. Apply to 21 1 Ind. avc'. nvr. It ONE CAKLOAD of guaranteed Virginia horses from Woodstock, Va.; workers and drivers; guaranteed for Virpiuia horses. DOUGHERTY &. LASKEY , 1109 Bst.TW. aril4'-7f FOR SAEE-twTm launch; finest on the Potomac; Jusyie, thing for a club of 20. or private parties. Address Jl. It., this office. al4-3t OLD PAVING MATERIAL-Grauite aud trap blocks, cobble and rubblefrom the 9lh street horse railway, now being re constructed. Apply to'E. SAXTON, con tractor, or to C. J. ORTLIP, at yard, 123 G st. ne. ap7-14t FOR BENT HOUSES. In the following list houses for rent are classified by price, thu9 enabling persons looking for houses to see at a glance what they can obtain suitable to their means, saving them time and the annoyance of having to read ad vertisements of houses, the rents of which are either too hlnh or too low. $7310 K str no.: 5-rm. frania E. 11. HAlUliT, 1210 V st.mw. SaBO-aFourth st. extonded no , 0 rs. UEli5KELLi& McLEHAN.ilOOirF et.-nK. S8.50 ;C73I bU-sw5 tooms, "wator. V. J. DIEUDONNE, 1 $8.503103 K nw.. 4r. DEEULE, DAVIS & CO., 1319 F nw. S9.00C18 Sheridan st. uwli-rm brick. DAVID D. STOjSE, S06 F strnw. SD.30 529 L no 4ra wa. DEKBLE, DAVIS & Ca,1319Est.-nwv 9.502223 Pomeipy court, 4 ra.; wator. H. L' RUST, G08 14th at $101204 "Ward Courtnw., Or., wator (col.). 810.30923 Snow's Couit, hot, 4th and 25th and lancllv Bts. nw.; 5r. brick; good order. LATIMER H NESRLT, 12U1 G at. $10.50 13103d so., Gr., etablo. largo yard. UOADLK V BROS. , 019 1' nw $1 1210. 212Tarkor no.. 5r. E T. KAISEK, 810 E nw. $ 11.S0 319 McLean avo. sw., 5 rs. IIEISKELL A: McLERAN, 1C0SE st nw. S12.00-413 M Bt. so.; Cra, batlL JAMES O. JESTER, 639 F st. nw. $12.502710 Poplar nw., Gr. bt. (col). DEEULE, DAVIS & CO., 1319 F nw. $12.50 1129 7thst. so.. Or brick. C. T. YODER, 615 E st. nw. 812.5012 Patterson st. no.,0 rs. UEISKELL & .McLERAN, 1003 F st nw. SI3.30-62oL-8U sw.. Or. -DIGGES -& FAIRFAX, 701 32th sL.aw. $143107 Shorman ave. nw.. nr. Whitney. A. ULEE & SON, 1331 F'UW. $15 133720th, Br. and collar. DEEULE, DAVIS & CO., 1319 F nw. $15.50 12 Enw., 5r. frame. WALTER II. ACKER, 701 11th nw. $10.301800 Thirteenth t.nw.,0r. DIGUES & FA11UCAX, 701 12th st-nw. 517-50 63 Myrtloncnr. Gov.Pr. Off., Gn.bth. A. II. LEE JtSON, 1331 F nw. $18 11C5-1117-1119 Harvard, CoIDts ,6r. frame. DEEULE, DAVIS & CO., 1319 F nw. S 1 811 P st. ne; 6 rs.: bath; a. m. t. E. It I1A1GUT, 1210 F st nw. $18.30 707 13th Bt no; 1210 Linden st. ne. A. II. LEE & SON, UU F nw. 81S.50 1320 13th st nw., 0 rs., water. IIEISKELL & McLERAN, 1003 F st nw 818.50227 and 229 10th ne., Or. and bath. DEEULE, DAVIS is CO., 1319 F nw. S1S.50 1032 and 1001 5th st. Or. and bath. GRAIIASl & CAMPBELL, 617 14th St S18.50 C24 and 1231 i Bt no.; G rs.: n. ra. L COLLINS & GADDIS, 511 llth at. nw. SI 8.501513 Sorth Cap. st, 0 rms. and bath, a. m. L E It IIAIGIIT, 1210 Est. nw. 520.001237 Pa. avo. nw., 2d floor: 3 rs ; nice order. LATIMER & NESU1T, 1201 G st f h $201133 21th. Gr., bath, colored tenaat. BRICE & LIPSCOMB, 612 llth s 8201223 S, Gr., hot and cold wator. Ji. T. KAlSEtt, S10 F nw. 520.50 East Capitol st. Or. Tramo. JAS. M. YORK & SON, 903 G st nw. $20.501135 W. Gr., bath, colored tenant BRICE S: LIPSCOMB, 61J 14th st $21.50510181 so., Br. and bath. DEEBLE. DAVIS i CO., 1319 F nw. $22.50 C15 East Capitol at: 8r. frame. JAS M. YORK &, SON, 90S G st nw. $22.50493 Md. nvc. sw., llr. DIUGES & FAIRFAX, 701 12th st nw. $22.50 Fourth, near C no., 8r. brick. JAS. M. YORK & SON, 903 G St. nw. 822.50 1900 9th st nw.; 9r., bath: m. L JAMES G. JESTER, R Fat. nw. S23.50 1429N. J. ave., 7 rs. and bath, brick a. m. 1. LATIMER &, NESBIP, 1201 G st S23.00 7 rs.and bath, a. m. L, Fst nw. W. L. W1LKEES0N, C3J P st nw $23.50 103E so.. 8r., a. mL 514 1st aa, 7r. and catb, a. m. L DEEBLE, DAVIS & CO., 1319 Enw. 825.00213 E st. ne.; 8ra , bath; m. I (April 23.) JAMES G. JESTER, 039 V st nw. $25.00 A st. se.r8r. nrick. JAS. .M. YORK & SON, 903 G st nw. $252 newSr. bricks, no., nr. Cap. .tears; a.m.t TnOS. F. BARRETTY 019 12th nw. $25 3-r. frame, largo crounds: suburban. BENJAMIN, 612 P. $25 Brick houso 1716 5th st nw.; 10 rs. LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER, 020 F st nw. S25 313-315 and3t9 Vst no ; cottages: 8 rs, nan try, cellar, and carrot. E. It HAlGUT,1210Fstaw. S25 1219 32dat. 12rs & b. 1E03 Meridian ave. Mt P 8ra. DEEBLE, DAVIS i: CO., 1319 F st nw. S25.-50 SW 4th st se., 8r brick, all m. i. (IT. YODER, 010 E st nw. 25.50510 1st so., 7r., bath, a. m. !. DEEBLE, DAVIS & CO., 1919 Faw. S25. 5O203 Mass. avo. no. COLLINS & GADDIS, 511 llth st nw. S27 lS318thst. nw., 2-story and basomont brick, 8 rs , a. ai. t C. G. EINGWALT.Hooin 8, Atlantic Bldg. $27.50 HI" S st nw.; 8r., bath; ra. L $27.50 1209 Ust nw.; Grs. and bath: recep tion hall: m. 1. JAMES G JESTER, 039 F st nw. $30125 Gth st sw 9r brick, all mod: stablo. C.T. YODER, 615 Est nw. $30 Brick houso 203 12th st nw.; 8 rs. Brick houso, part 30t 10th st nw.; 8 ra. Brick Btoro 1314 K st nw. LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER, 920 Fst nw. 830.00 310, 312 rl. C. av.se., lir., Doth.now. C. T. YODER, 615 st aw. $30.00 Two floors. 30x60, corner 82dand M -sts., ovor O'Donuel's druc storo; fino location for pool rcom. J.D. SULLIVAN, 13th and G sts.jiw. S30.50 3313U st nw., 9 rs. and b. DEISKELL & McLERAN, 1003 F st nw. S3O.5O0 R ne., 8r., hath, kitchen on cr. a. JOHN B. WIGHT, 1110 Xi St 830.50-4G-Enw.. 7r., m. I.; 225 N. Cap at. WALTER H. ACKElt, 70414tunw. S3C-70 30S12thst nw.,8rand b. U. L. RUST, C03 14th Bt nw. S31.50 1327 H st. aa, 3-story and collar; 7 rs. and fino store; key at 3330 list an C. G.1HNGWALT, Room 8, AUwuteBWft $32-50 290G nw.. lOr. and bath. DEEBLE, DAVIS & CO., 1319 F aw. $32."50 1600 Q st nw. -.."rana b ; larceyards. lLlJiE &S0X, 1331 Pnw. .a $35.00-40 andtJ R st ijq.: 9 rs. and b.; m. L, DEEBLE, DAVIS & Co $35.00-220 E Bt ne and 140H st nw.. 10-rooms A.H.LEE& SON, 1331 F uw. S35.00-39th and Lylea ats., TennaUytown. 12- $35.50 113 Enw., 5i; 503 N. J. av , 9r 1921 17th nw., 8r,m. I. WALTER H. AOKEH, 704 14th nw. S35.50 2729 P, 9r., new. BRICE & LIPSCOMB, 612 llth st S39 9rs. and bath, furnace, a. in I.,Ggfnw. W. L. WILKEKSON, 633 F st. nw. $401337 7th st nw., store and cellar. JIEISKELL &-MCLERAN, 1003 Fst aw. ia00 1227 10th nw., 8 r. and stable. IL L. RUST.', tS llta-at -FOB RENT BOUSES. $40 11013l8t,32r..ftamo, a. to. I. DKEBLE, DAVIS & CO., 1319E nw. W0.50-3005-7-9 22d nw.. Or., now. 1341 U nw, llr; 125 E nw., 8r. WALTER 11 ACKEK, 7W 14th nw. $10.75 204 Indiana avo.aw.; 8r. brick. JAS. M. YORK & SONS?, 903 G st nw. $42.50 Crjl Md. avono.vUr.: nt I. -iSSK $42; 5 O053 Md. avo iio.: llr.; in. 1. JAM Kb G. JESTOJt, 639 F at nw. $45:70 1707 13th nw., Or. .and hath II. L.JtUST,iU)3illttiBt S45.00 18211tiKpsj)laco-nw 3-story, 12-room buR hrlcic . A. JSTRAUSS, 8037th stnw. $45 1-story Drlqk, op. park, center of city. iBENJAMIN. 612 P. 8501330 Corcoran st , 10s D$ln-a'ni.L; aldo lot. GRAHAM & aviir. 1PJ1ELL, 617 llth St. $50 1340" Princeton, Coi.Slflights, 12r . now. DKI0E'& Ln"SCOMU,-61 14th at- S52.50 llr. brick; E Cap.Rt: brickstablo. JAS M. YORaTSlfflN, 908 G at nw. $C0 G21E. Cap..J2ra. anulh-.tetoamaoat IIEISKELL &McLE(JANf 1008 Est nw. "500 8-3t.,llr.,n.pap.ifcptu.,h.wht,E.Cap.nr.Llb. IJEJAMIJN, urj i. $00-1763 P, 10r., otc, E. T. KAISER, 810 F nw. -i $00 DoL av..& C stno , h'nda'mebr.st &br.. 12r JAS. 1L YORK 'A SON, 90S G 8t nw. 80075 1221 2f. Y. avo, llr., bath and collar. II. L. RUST, 603 llth st -5752510 13th st. nw., 11 rs. and h. - UEISKKLL &, .MCLERAN, 1003 F St nw. $751747 18th, 10r., & U; now: form, rent, $100. THOS. F. BARRETT, 519 12th nw. S100-1412 1 st, nw., 18 rs , 2 b. HEISKELL & McLERAN, 1003 F at nw. STORES. $35 btoro and 9r..a m.I now, cor.JStht One. JIOADLEYBROS., 019 Fuw. $55 Brick storo 913 I) st. nw. ' 10UIS P. SHOEMAKER, 020 F st nw. TOR SALE HOUSES. $8031607 and lCai Kramer st. no.; C-rm. framo. AUGUST J)ONATHu6117th nw. $1,K0 732 Sheridan st nw.: 5-rm. brick. AUGUST DONATH, 611 7th st nw. $2,200-208P8tJie.; 6rs.ad bath. AUGUST DONATH, 011 7th Bt nw. $3,500 $500 cash balanco 1c 20 years will pur chr.so 31.6 feet front, Improved by 8-room brick, nw. J. D. SULLIVAN, 13th auoTG ats. aw. $3,500 Sevonroom trick and ttoro; rents for .$2a50. J. D. SULLIVAS. 13th and G s'.a. n.w. $4,000 Othar. B st no., 0 ra., b ; m. I. JAMES G. JESTEIt, 639FstJlW. 1,000 Over C.OOO.foot of pround nw.; Improved; rentia(iati!30 por moath'. J. D. SULLIVAN, ISthand G sts. n.w. $4J200 Five small frnmes and larco n!do lot nw. J. D. SULLIVAN, 13th and G ata. nw. 85,000 S-atory br., lot 25x100 nr. 6th and Fla. av. BENJAMIN, 612 F. $5,000 CoL H'chta, now, Sr- bath. eel., furn. ht PXANT & TURI'IN, 1LS N. Y. nv. $C,000-2-st br., lot 20i-100, S bt 14 & 15. oasy t BENJAMIN. 0U F. i ( PI if i It r . vSG,500-9r. brick, 1000 Va avo. sw. , XOOIS P. SHOEMAKER, 920 F st nw. $6,700 QnoariCthr ' .JOHN B, WIGHT, 141Q G st 87,003 R st. "West Eckinpton. -JOHN B. WIGnT, 1 110 G st $10,5000, Just west of 14th. JOHN B. WIGHT, 1410 G st 811,000 Q, nearl4th, with stablo: . JOHN B. WIGHT, 1110 Gst $15,000 Lst nearllth.KTC.2b. L. S. SMITH, 44 OhloN. B.Dldg. ,18,000 3-stl2r.brk., lot 50x110. 30-ft at, R.I.ar. BENJAMIN. 012 F. $50,C00 Residence Iowa circle for830.000. L. S. bMlTH, 41 Ohio N. B. Bldg. XXCHANUE Will trade or soil 7-room houso and store, opposltoMahone slto, roaBonable. J. D. SULUVAN,t13th and G sts. nw. 'FOR RENT "BT6USES. FOR RENT Desirable brick dwelling; bay ' window-; ehrht rooms; batlrand cellar; convenient; in the "very beet condition and desirable; beautiful shade, fine yard; pnved alley; best of neighborhood, near Mass. ave. Permanent tenant wanted. Apply at 241 8th st. ne. I al-l-2t POR RENT SeveraT 6-room modern houses In northeast at reduced rates; sta bles and cellars. W. J. FRIZZELL 012 7th st. ne. al4-3t FOR RENT Comer 4Ui and F sts. nw.. opposite Pension Office, 9-room house; m. i. Inquire 614 3d st. nw. ai4-3t Vmt rjPKT S1 H r,M nor miiifli' TCr "791 Gthst.no.: 6 rooms and bath. J.H GRAY & CO., 637 F st. nw. aplO-Gt FOR .RENT House No. 2204 1st. nw; 7 rooms; latrobe, gas andwatcr. $18.50 per mo. No bath, inquire "at store cor. 22d and I nw. Good yard. a0-7td FOR RENT 7 rooms and bath mod. imp., physician toretain remainder of house; very desirablo location in uw.; telephone in house. Call at 1715 14th 1st. nw. FOR RENT No. 1335 Kf st. nw., 11 rooms and bath. No. 1300 14th stmw., 11 roomsandbath. No. 1211 Q st. nw., 10 rooms and bath. No. 1(111-13th st.nw., 10 rooms and bath. No. 1G02 "Vermont ave., 10 looms and bath. Above houses can be Tcnteil at reduced rates forlhe summer months. A. 3IEITAIDLLER& CO,, n5-tf 3331 14th St. FOR RENT OR SALE Number of su burban homes, 5 to 17 Tooms; low price to good parties; also Colton. Point 'Hotel. SI.A.BALLINGER. 1422 Est. nw.m31-tf FOR SALE HOUSES. FOR SALE DECIDED BARGAINS IN N. W. INSTALLMENT PLAN. $50 CASH. $20 payment each month will buy the deslraela new brick and stone dwolllug on Elm st, 1M Droit Park. Price only $3,200. WESTCOTT, WILCOX & HIESTON, 1907 Pa. avo. and 6th and La. avo. a pC-lm FOR P.ENT ROOMS. FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT; centrally located. Apply No. 12.2. Eleventh street northwest. LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING Two large front jooms, second floor, furnished com plete; cooking utensils, diahes, stove, organ, gas, beat, bath; $16 per mo. 8l0 6thst.sw. 14 FOR "RENT Two elegant unfur. com municating Tooms, second floor front, facing Judiciary Park; one square from Pension Office; laTge, airy, and cool; sum mer rates. 509 4th st. nw. ap!4-3t FOE ItENT Furnished Tooms. Nicely furnished front rooms, 1st, 2d and Sdf loors. All modern improvements; -southern ex posure; with or without board; terms very reasonable. 53 Mass, lav.niw. a!4-3l FOR KENT Unfur. onpartly fur., three Tory pleasant third floor rooms; attic above; new house; souta f rbnt;adultfl only. 37 M 8t. nw. , a!4-lt FOR HENT Two or llrree furnished or unfurnished roomsonsccpndfloor. Suitable for light housckeepingH No Children. Call evenings. 4041stst. Tie. a!4-lt X.OTS FOR SAIiE. .ATJESIRABIiE eoincr.ln Fast "Washing ton; Avill sell tt avbargain if sold Ibis month. Easy terms. Call or address 03EAN SWIFT, 214 D St. aw. a!2-7t PROPOSALS. MISCELLANEOUS SUPPLIES. - Post-office Department, Washington, D.O., March 29, 1805. SEALED PROPOSALS tvIU be received at this department until THURSDAY, the 9th da j' of .May, 1895, at 2 o'clock p. m , nt which time and place they will bo opened in the presence of bidders or their author ized agents or attorneys, fordoing tho neces sary painting in the department, and for furnishing such coal, wood, ice, carpets, chairs, cotton cloth (for map-mounting), soap, clctet paper, dufcters, corn broom?, and forage, as may be ordeied during tho fUcal year beginning July 1, lcuo, and endlrg June 30, 1890. Bids are also invited for the purchase of tho w.nbte paper from tho Department, and for washing towels. Blauks for pioposals. with specifications, giving detailed ttatemeut of the require ments to be met in retpccl to each article, and also the estimated quantities probably to be required of each, and giving full in structions as lo the manner of bidding and conditions to be observed by bidders, will tie furnished on application to the Disbursing Clerk and Superintendent, Post-office De partment, "Washington,!). C. The Postmaster General rcK-rves tho Tight to reject any or all bids, to waive technical defects, and to accept auy part of any bid and reject the other part. W.'S. B1SBELL. aprl-oaw4wl:s Postmaster General. PROPOSALS TOR SUPPLIES FOR TIIE POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT AND POSTALSERVICE. Post Office Department, Washington, D. C, March 29. 1895. SEAbED PROPOSALS will berecelved at this Department until Thursday, May 9, 1895, at 2 o'clock p. in., for furnishing wrapping paper, wrapping paper for facing slips, twine, letter scales, postmark ing aud rating stamps, rubber stamps, canceling Ink. pads, paper, rubber goods, pens, pen holders, pencils. Inks, mucilage, glass goods, rulers, folders, articles of steel? rubber erasers, books, typewriter supplies, and miscellaneous stationery, irnsuch quantities of the different articles respectively, and at such times and from time to time, as they may lie ordered, during tho fiscal year beginning July 1, 1895, and ending June 30, 189G, fortheuse of any branch of the departmental or postal service. Blanks for proposals, with specifications giving detailed statement of the require ments to be met In reppect to each article, and also the estimated quantities prob ably to be required of each, and giving full instructions as to the manner of bidding aud conditions lo be observed by bidders, will"t)e furnished on application to the Superintendent of the Division of Post Office Supplies, Post Office Department, Washington, D. C. The Postmaster General reserves the right to reieet any or all bids, to waive technical defects, and to accept any part of any bid and reject the otlier part. I W. S. DISSELL, aprl-oawlwks Postmaster General. OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS. D.C. Washingtou. Aprils, 1895. Sealed proposals will lie received at this office until 11 n. m April 20, 1895, for fur nishing wnter meters Specifications and Man' forms of proposal will be fur nished upon application to this office. J. W, ROSS. GEORGE TRUESDELL, CI1AS. F. POWELL, Commissioners D. C. npll, 12,13,1 5.16, 17 MONEY TO LOAN. "VfONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE LIFE OF BORROWER INSURED For amount advanced; eesy paymauts; about equal'to rent. R. I. GOODMAN, Ja303mo C03 13.h st. uw. MONEY TO LOAN, 5 and 0 percent, on District property. J.B.'WIMER, Real Estate. 608 13th St. Ja23 3m Money TO LOAN on city and country property, at T and 6 per tent. DAVIDSONS DAVIDSON. ja2 1 -3m li 1 338 F U. nw. "51,000 TO 5100,000, at 5 and 6 per cent.; -no delay on first-class security. BAKER & LAMPTON. mr31-lm 13th and Fsts. MONEY TO LOAN First trust on city property only, to be paid back in small monthly payments. On 51,000. monthly payment $9.31 On $2,000, monthly payment 18.62 On $3,000, monthly payment 27.93 Above payments irclude interest. JAMES G. JESTER, 639 Fst.Jl.W. ja27-3rno Q KOH AT PIVE rEI1 CENT. Want to OjtJUU place Immediately. HILL &. JOHNSON, 15Q3 Peun. Avenue. ,rONEY TO LOAN-51,000 TO $100,000. AT 5 iiJL per cent, on real estate security. No de lay. WM IL SAUNDERS A; CO., mrl5-3mo3 MOTEst-mr. 7vTONEYTO LOAN ALL CLASSES OF EEAL 1VJL estate loans made with promptness at cur rent rates. THEMCLA.CHLEN REAL ESTATE ANDLOANCOMPANV, corner 10th andG sts. nw. fe27-tf C AND 5 1-2 PER CENT. Money to loan on real estate In any snm3 from $1,000 to $C0 ,000. WESCOTT, WILCOX &. HIESTON, 1907 Pa. ave. n.w. npG-lm ififtONCERNINO LOANS AND INVEST J ments."' Read this booklet carefully beloro borrowing or la vesting. Call and get a copy free. B. H. WARNER & CO., 31b F st. nw. fe2-Jmo M ONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES OF interest on Washington real estate J. v. n. liuiCK, fe3-tt 1505 Pa. av M ONEY TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNI- ture, pianos, horses, carriages, wagons, &c; the property will remain undisturbel, Inyourpos ECf alon; torms easy; lowest ratos; prlvato offices; all businoss strictly confidential; you can har tho money tho day you apply for It; payments can ho made on tho principal at any timo; each payment made -will lesson tho cost of carrying the loan. Tleaso call on CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO., C03 F st. nw., main floor. MONEY To loan. If you desire to borrow on real estate come direct to my office; interest a per coat aS9-3m Jl HOS. F. BARRETT, 319 12th st. nw. -r5,TASHINGTONMORTGAGE1.0AN COMPANY Yi will lend youjgSO and upward oa furniture, pianos, horses, wagons, etc; no publicity and ptoperty to remain In your undisturbed posses sion; loans paid in part or in full at any time to suit tho convenience of tho borrower, and any part paid reduces tho cost of carrying tho loan in proportion to the-amouotpaid. WASHING TON MORTGAGE LOAN COMPANY, 610 F st n. w. HK. FULTON'S LOAN OFFICE. 12IS PA ave. n. w. Established in 1ST0. Mouoy loaned on -watches, diamonds, Jowelry, silvor waro, etc. Special, bargains In watches. Jewelry, andsllverwaro. fo:!0-6ino MONEY TO LOAN ON HEAL ESTATE AT lowest rates of intorest; no delay In closing transactions. O. C. GREEN, a25-3m SOS ?lh at. uw. MONEY TO LOAN-IN ANY SUMS DESIRED i At 5 and C por coat WALTER H. ACKER, Ja54-3mo 70 1 atth at. hit. M ONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE ATI andO pereent. Loans inado"without delay. , I'UAULES W. JiAJNm, fe21-tf I 610 13th st nw. STORAGE. STORAGE WITH INSURANCE. Cash advanced on gooua stored with as. We-sell all Icindsof goods at public auc- tiou. Goods receivod lor storage or sale at any timo. JOSEPH BROTHEHS & CO., AUCTIONEERS, G37 LA AYE. FOUND. roUND The best paint mixers and stain rixer8at714 K st. uw. There you can set the Jaest.gloss stains at $1 per gallon. Thc-beat English oxide rootpaints. YOUNG & CO. m 30 3mos THE LEST ESFAST Is over, aud a roally good dinner 13 now not enly admissible, bnt commendable. Tha Emrlch Dinner will more than moot your expectations. "Superb" describes It esactly. 50a is tho charge, Including a pint of our famous Claret j PERSONALS THE The shoroa of timo' with wrecks aro sirown Unto my ear comes ovor a moan, ' 'l am" hum sent Success. Save your precious dollars and your moro precious health by consulting n"o who wilt tako a personal Intel ost iu your c.ie. Our greatest Healing Medium and Spiritual Hothor, Dr. MARY GORDON, Who tolls you all things and prescribes a proper remedy for your trouble. Is located at 1100 G fctreot N. Y, Washington. D. C. Her mission Is to unite In bonds of love and puro aOeut on members ot an unhappy family; if you aro uudetormiued, dissatisfied, or con fronted with any difficulty whatever. -consult thla glfteJ lady; always at nr.mo. rorlG-cud3tn I AM NOT A COUNTESS nor a Gypsy queen; am not a seventh daughter: was not born with a caul; am not 'froineth'fng neW and just arrived. Lut am MME. FRANCIS,, . one of the oldest established mediums, and am here to stay. Am not Indorsed by the lergy, but am indorsed bysomeof the most learned and influential people of our city and many others; am hre to help all those that are m ttouble Life given, from (ra dio to grave Cards. 23; trances, CO. Hours. 9 to 9. 406 Frist" CapitoTstn-et. Those that are in trouble call and be con vinced. "POWDERED BUTTIIRM I ' BAKING POWDER." is bluegrass Kentucky cream, reduced to dry powder and mixed with purest soda and cream tartnr. All fino grocers. ap!4 3t p p ryp rM av w6nderfulclair rrvvI v,lr I voyant and medium, tolls your life from cradle to grave; every hidden mystery repealed; tells the business that. will, bring you greatest success; in love affelra ho never falls; unites separated; recovers losses; causes speedy marriages; "remotes evil influ ences; foretclla with a certainty all commercial and buslne'S transactions; twelve years estate lisaed. Ladles and gentlemen. SO cents each. Hour 9 to 3; open Sunday Us'J H at, bat 4tf and 6th sts. sw SPIRITUALISM Wonn's Hall, 721 Gth St.. every Sunday evening, '.it 8 o'clock. Dime Collection. MRS E. McNEIL. me dium. al3-2t MME. GOFF, the renowned clairvoyant, has arrived m the city, has taken rooms at 718 lllh st. nw.; can be coustied"ou tiie past, preut and future; advice on. all busi ness matters; consulted from 0 a. ra. till 0 p m. a!5-7t THE NO. 1 National Psychic Class, for all types, meets every Monday at 8 o'clock. 619 F st. nw Organized by Mr-ana-Mrs. Perkins. Test circle Tuesday. Private sittings daily Trance ptyolionsetrio and diagonizing diseases. It MRS. E.McNEIL.Splritual Medium. 1011 Pa. ave. nw.. has no equal in clairvoyantand spiritual tests. Will be at homo dally for private consultations from l a. m. to 7 p. in. Business examinations a specialty; satisfaction guaranteed. apl0-7t WILL PAPER your houses trom $20 up": first-class paper and tirst-olass. work Send pobtal and will call aud give esti mates. CHAS N. EVANS, 222 13th s,t sw a 10-7 ""Look. Papa." THE ELASTIC PROOF PAINT CO. will paint the roof of any dwelling In tho city for $3 50: leaks patched free: Mire Temedy for damp -walls, guaranteed 615 E nw. alO-lt WANTED The address or ery person who has been trying to make crayon por traits for Northern artists who advertised for assistants. Address ARTIST, this office. apli-7t ARISTOS. tho bvst blood purHier. Will cure Syphilis. Scrorula. Esena.and alMmd btood disorders. All druggists Price 50c and $1.00. ' a9-lmo YOU don't buy nails lu-a drag storw,lJut you can get elegant suits and overcoats, tailor made (slightly worn), at- figures you never dreamed of at JUSTUS' OLU STAND. 619 D st uw. a9-7t GLACE A French remedy; will posi tively euro chills, malaria and rheu matism; for sale by all druggists; price 25 c-nts. nG-lm Ju3t opened SoientlUe mas sage, vaponplala, aml-aa-s.ilt baths; xaasnetie treatment; restful and curative 'J a m.to p. m. AI .M E. BLRN ET1 ,olitst.nn. Apr7-tf Houss Fainting and Decorating. Drop postal for low estimate. Dizon Graphite paint ou tin roofs lasts from S to 13 years. ALL 1-KAKS SrOPPEH FHKK. GCAItANTEE PAINT CO., Offico, 615 E st nw. T A "Fi TT7 C NEEDING CONFIDENTTAL AJxi.JLXJlfO treatment. Asafeandsnre rclier 1n all female trouble; constipation, lrregulant'es, tumor, cancer, rpium habit, fistula, etc. Separate rooms for patients before and during confinement. -audLltml homes for infants If renuired. strictly con fidential. Address P. O..Box:,31G. Wsh ington. D. C. MME. ESTELLE tells all the events bt life iu German and English; hours 9 a. m. to 10 p. in.; 25 aud 50 cents; cures all cases of running or dry sores; 913 19th st. nw. rn24-lmo MME. BROOKE tells all the events of lire. All business confidential. 'Ltfdles and gen tlemen, 50c. each. Hours, 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. G05 New York ave. nw ,near6lhst. a3-14t .DR. LEON, (f 1 Xlssourl Avenue rorthw8St OFFICE HOURS. JOTdl, OTOl HARRY PARK, PRINTER. 030 F ST -30 Vis iting cards, equal to engraving; 23 conts. Othtr work in proportion. -Mall orders, "with cash, filled. .Nut ced. jnrlO-dislmo JR. TAYLOR. P06 FST MiV., MAKES FCLL XJ sots of teeth for S3; satisfaction gnaran teed; tooth extiacted without iwln; gold flll Ins. $1; amalgam, 50 coats. mr7-3m DR. JOHNSON TREATS ALL CHRONIC, NEK ous. ud bleed diseases, alcoholism and opium habit; specialty: Kidney and bladder trouble, piles, Cstr.ln. stricture, etc.: private dis eases positively and permanently cured; lost manhool restored; consultation tree; ofliuc hcurs, 9 to i a. m.;J to tS'-'p.' nv 1505J M&noa st. nw. foS-3m IRS. "R. E. BLAIR has ro n:oredtolll3 Gal. nw. (ovor Airs. C. fctioblo's) The late-t modes of artistl: dress making at shortest notice. PRIVATE DETECTIVE Strictly con fidential; highest reference; honest work guaranteed (shadowing) MORGAN BRADFORD, Jr., Office and Residence, 121 2 New York ave. nw. mar21 -lm J. T. WALKER SONS, 204 10th st. aw., carpet lining, felts, fire bnck aa'd clay, asbestos, paints, brushes, lime, cement, two and three-ply roofing material. mar21-lm BLANCHE Have you got 50 of those visiting cards for 5, Qvpts.. from Harry Park, 920 P 6trect, yet? Thci're lovely. mchlO-Tmo . . , .'. ID ID " HELP WANTED WANTED Two gentlemen and lady can "vascrs Tor building ami ioairasbodation; to the right patties pay better than n Gov. po sition. Apply 12. o'clock, Room 2, 1301 P st. nw. oprll 6ld JIISCELLA?rEOU3. " 35c. PLANK SHAD DINNER. 35c, nt 'The Genoa Cafe," No. S08 12th st. nw.. Sunday, April 14, 1895, from 3 to 0 p. m. al3-3t 6i 'pilERK ARE OTHERSlNTnE PRINTING JL business, but fewconcerns like The Law Reporter Company, of 5R Fifth streot north west. You'll And it a ilositlvo relief totrado there. Dolt At. V. MOORE. Mgr. POR RENT TYPEWRITER. WANTED Bargains -typewriters; rent ed at Teduced rates, wilh privilege or pur chase;soldon Instalments; perfect machines; guarauteetL 611 7th st. nw. mar23-3m C. M. EMRICH, Proprietor, Bet. 4Mnd 6th Sts., Pa. Av. nw. SITUATIONS WANTED MALTB A DRIVER. alG-atd F.S..thisoffIce. ANY KIND OF WORE. n!5-3td S..T.S..thisorfIce. BARTENDER 28 years oTd; good mixer. al5-3td G.M..thtsofflce. DRIVER. Addrpss 71 4 23d. aI3-3td WANTED Position in a jb printing offtce by younr man of 20; having; 3 yean experience at case and presses. Address iijiU 3t H. C. thla office. A BOY jfl 3 -3 td J. K. Bailey. 221 K sw. BOOK-KEEPER AND OFFICE CLERK. nl3-3td Competent, this office. BARTENDER. allKJtd G. M.. this office. HORSE SHOKR. al3-;Ud V. IL. this office. CLERK PLACE IN STORE. a 13 3td Reliable, this office. A HOY. al3-3td Send loOOG lltlmw. SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE LA DYWIIOiitirierstnndsmnking beautiful cakes or all kinds and alfcO jellies, would like for any one wioliing-same to leave their orders at i:HJ WallntU PI nw al.'i-.'itd HELP WANTED FEMALE. WANTED Cook at 417 Knw. a!5-3td W A NTE D Seamst resa. al5-3td 027 l-2Estnw. WANTED Cook at al3-3td 007 M nw. WANTED White woman cook. al3-3td MRS. JACKSON, this office. WANTED Canvassers at al3 3td ROOM 11, C15 7th nw. IIELP WANTED MALE- WANTED A man or good address, will tng to work on a journal or merit. wiR find an opening by calling at 640 D st. uw., first floor WANTED Two troys; experienced type setters. SPORTING INDEX, 640 D at. nw. WANTED Carrvas.sers at a 13 aid RO0MIl.61G7thnw. WANTED Youug- colored man to shuck clams. HOTEL DIRECTORY n n n a s o en centsto i.a -by wesic K til! til A Dll 550 to 31. Hot water. IIUUIUV uu heaU and bells and recall bells In every room. MOLNT VERNON itu TfcL. -'13 4J.J st uw. iaaB-tt EBHITT HOUSE. Washington. D. C II. C. BURCH. Manager. OCEAN STEAMERS. North German Llovri Steamship Co. MEDITERRANEAN SERVICE. To Gibraltar. Genoa. KalerW. IL, May4,2p. in Oen.-vv Verra,5ay IS. 10 a. to ...fJen a Ems, June 1.11 a. m .... ......... Gemxi Werra. June 23. 10a. m .Geni Kaiser W II.. July 13. 10a.m. -.. Gtsn v crra, July 27, 10 a. m. Gecr Return tickets available from Mediterranean. or from Bremen, London, or Havre. OLLKlClli .V t O.. -2 Bowling Grccu, N. V. E. r.DROOP.925 Pcnnsvlvania Ave Agent for Wasblngwn. D. C. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. TIMES ARE BARD, so don't wait until your roof rusts, leaks, and you'll need a turner. Have jour roof painted witu Dixon Graphite Paint; it last; from eiht to rirteen years. We use and sell It. All leaks kept stopped free; work-gauranteetL Guarantee Paint Company, office. 615 E st. uw. House painting and decorating. WantedTry RubberRoof Paint. WE STOP ALL LEAKS FREE. And charge only for painting: work guaranteed, NAT. RUBBER ROOF PAINT CO , 13 Sth nw. "Y7 ANTED ALL BEER DRINKERS TO CAZZ T V at Bush's new place.SIt 7th at nw., an4 get a nice cold bottlo of hear for 5 cents. au51-tyr IF YOU wish perfect comfort nsoBniley "a truss; satisfaction given or money refunded. Room 15, 609 F. Price, 3. Inferences, illl the leading phys.cians. mSO-lra RAILROADS. RAILROAD. STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND 3 STREETS. Tn Tffect 12.01 A. M-. March 18. 189. 10:30 A M PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED-Pan-mau Sleeplcg Din.n?, SmoUnir, and Obser vation Cars Harrtsburg to Chicago, Cinoiw nati, ludiaaapolis, M. Loals, Cleveiasd, ai.1 Toloda BuHt Parlor Car to Ilarrlsbnrg. 100 A. M. FAST LINE Pullman Buffet Par lor Car to Harrisburc Parlor and Dinraj Cars, Harrlsbnrc to Pittsburg1 S:1QP..M. CHHAUUANDST LOnSEXPREv,. - Pullman Buffet Parlor Car to-Hanisbarg. Sleeping and Dining Cars, HarrUbnrs to Si Louis, Llncinuati, Louisville, and Chicago. 7:10 P. M. WESTERN EXPRESS PnUman Sleeping Car to Chicago, and Harriabnrg to Cleveland Dining Car to Chicago, - 7:10 P. M. bOCTK-WESTERN" EXPRESS. -Pnli-man bleeping ai.d Lining tars to St Lous, and Sleeping Car Harrisburg to Ctncinnai. 10:10 P. M. PACIilC EXPRESS Pullman bleep ing Car to Pittsburg. 7:50 A. M for Kane, tamndslgua, Rochester, and Niagara Falls daily, except Sunday 1030 A. M. tor Elmira aud Renova, dally, exepl . Sunday. For Willinmsportdiuly, 3:40 P il. 7:10 P. it. for Wllluimsport. Rochester, Buffalo, and Niagara Falls daily, -except Satun! .7. with slooping car W aahiagton to buspenoa Bridge via Buffalo. 10:40 P. At. lor trie, Cnnandaigca. Rochester, Buffalo, and Niagara Falls daily; s!eep.n; car Washington toElim.a. For Philadelphia. New York, and the "East 4.-00 P. M. "CONGRESSIONAL LIMITSD.'' aH Parlor Cars, with Dining Car from Balti more, for Now York dally, for Philadelphia week-days. Regular at 7 03- (Uiahig can, T:aJ, 90, 10 00 (Dimn? C'ar), and UJM (Dut - ingCar) a m., Iil5.2.13, iaS), B.10.10), an! H:35 p m. On J-unday. 7:05 Btnlng Car. 7i'0, 900.10 00 (Dining Car). 1100 (Diaiu Car) a. m.. 12:15. 3J5. 4 'JO. GAO, IttOO, auj ll:S5 p. m. For Phllailelphia only. Bast Kx piec 70 a in. woei-days. Expreas, 2-11 and 5?10 p m. daily. For Boston, without change, 7.50 a. m. "weeX days, and 3:15 p va. daily. Por Baltimore 6.23. 7:03, 7i. 750. SfO, 10.00, 10.30, llR). aud 11:50-a. m.. lili, 21, 3 15, SAli, (4.00 Lindtad), 4S2), 46, 5.W, 6.05. 0:40, 710. 10.00, 10:40, II 15, and IU5 p m. On Sunday, 7.-05, 7i, S.-CO. 90),a.i, latW. 10:30, 11XW a. m., Iil5.1d5,2.01.3il5.3i40'4.ij Limited), 4iS), 5:40, 6.-05, B0,7JO, I0.-C0, l&W, and 1135 p. m. For Popo'a Creek Line. 7JS3, a. m. and 43o p m. daily, oxcep- Sunday. For Anapolts, 720, 0.0 1, and 1150 a. in., and 4rI3 p. in. dally, -except Sunday. Sundays, 9UU a. in. and 4;flp in. Atlantic Coait Line "Florida Special" far Jacksonville and St Augustine, lOeH p in. week-days. EsprOiS for Ricamond, ,fa.-k-Tllle, aud Tampa. 4.-S0 a. ra-.-ISO p. m. daily. Richmond and Atlanta, f:40 p m. daily. Richmond only, 1017 a ra. week-days. Accommodation tor tiuantlco, 7:15 a. m. itaRy, andt!5 p. m. waek-dajs. Por Aloxaudria, 4U. G3j. 7 43, K40. 3:13. 1077 11-iiOa m., lioO, 1:40, 3:20,4 23, 5.60, SK7. fSAS 8.-00 10:10. and 119 p m. On Sun ay at 4..M' 7:15.0:45 a. m.,15.(jd5,S.W.and lOUOp. m. Leave Alexandrtalor Washington, l03,6i3,7.aJ, 8.00,0 10. 10:15, 102Sn. m , 1HX), 2.13.300. Xii. 3S0, 550 6.13. 7-X0.7 20. 3:10, 1U52. ami IKOSp. ro. On Sundayt Ci43, bSIO, 10S3S a. m.rS 15, 6i). 7:00. 7 30. tf 10. and-iO Ai p m. Ticket offices, northeast corner oT llthstront and Pennsylvania A-rennte, ahd at the Etitlaa Sixth and BStreotshproordora-can be left r-j! the checking of baggago to dosihiatloa fruui hotels nntl residences. S. 31. PREVOS r, J. R, " OOD, General Jlaaagec General Passenger f P811EliPii . &MaA,L$A jmKsSE-w-fSaiSi , rftiWJ9!3H3aiilfeill3Vt .gteB5'A':Sfe f-l. r-vsj-j