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THE DAILY CKITIC, THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 12, 1800.
AT THE CAPITOL
ik AM) MEANS COMMITTEE
LERSS ALL ABOUT UBER.
PETITIONS OF MStfflCT MERCHIWT8
Against Tax wi Vumml Prsptfly
and Laml iMpmemntl.
KILLS RESI8NS FROM RULES COMMITTEE
Mi, McNillin (Me ike VMsaey-.Pf
ceeuings in Smto i I!M.
In the Senate to tiny Mr. Mutt grins
notice Ui at Immediately after the oon
Ehliratlon of the Mirer trill hj wmikl
ik the Senate to ctmeWer tlie bill for
the admission of Wtomlnn m a State.
A resolution 'was agreed to oalllnr
on the Fecretary of AY ar for the engi
neer report on the Improvement of tue
harbr r of Buffalo.
House bill was passed for the estab
lishment of new harbor llnea In Port
ape Lake, Michigan.
Mr. Davis presented the conference
report on the Dcpontlont 1'onslon bill.
After some debate the report went over
and was ordered printed, with the bill
ns agreed to by the Conference Com
mittee. Tho Sllvor bill wn then taken up and
Mr Evarts addreMod the Senate.
In Ilia Home
The fpeaker today" laid before the
House a letter from Mr. Mills of Texas
resigning his membership on tlio Com
mittee on Rulos, to which ho was ap
pointed yesterday. The rosltmatlon
was accepted, and Mr. McMlllln of
Tennessee was appointed to fill the
Tho conference roport on the Anti
Trust bill was rejected,
Mr. Stewart of Vermont moved a
further conference with instructions to
the IIouso conferrces to recede from
the IIouso amendment. Agreed to
yeas, 100; nays, 08.
District in CoiiRresa.
Mr. Morrill Introduced In tho Senate
to day a bill for tho relief of the trus
tees of Anacosttn Lodge, No. 21, Free
and Accepted Masons of tho District of
Columbia. It confirms the deed made
by the District Commissioners Sep
timber 0, 1880. to John K. Ilorrell, con
veying to him lots 31? and 4H8 In Un
lontown, and authorizes tho Commls
mlssioncrs, "for the moro sure and
tffectual conveyance of the said
premises," to execute "any other deed
or assurance In law" to said trustees,
Messrs. Charles F. Walson, John II.
O'Donncll and John N. Mlnnlx of said
Lodfre The defect Is said by the Colum
bia Title Insurance Company to be
technical. The bill is Intended to cure
Mr, Ingnlls presented petitions as fol
lows Hmuoallng that the law taxing
ficrional property and Improvements to
and In this District bo repealed, and
that tho dotlclt caused thereby be met
by Increasing the tax on land alonoon
tho basis of Its actual value. It Is
signed by thlrly-thrco persons and
firms. Among them are Saks & Com-
Sany, It. II. Sylvester, W. II, Moses &
ons, M. A. Clancy, Lansburgh Bros.,
exltcnresontatlvo ft. II. Yaneo. Charles
Ilaum, Singleton & Flotchor.'W.E. Mil
burn, Edward 1'. Mortz, Alf Mayor &
Co.. Wash. II. 'Williams. George Ity.
neal, Emmons S. Smith, Frank Hume,
M. A. Tappaa and J. T. Dyer.
Also a petition asking for the pas
i ago of the bill creating an Inspector of
hay, straw, corn and oats for tho Dis
trict. It Is signed by Charles U. Tat.
bert. Hendrickson & Co., WasUlnetoa
Flour and Feed Co., by James L. Har
bour, Davis Ilros., Thomas W. Mc
Knew. Danenhowor & Co., and B. B.
Eamtbaw & Bro.
Berceant.atArina of the Senate.
Mr. Edmunds Introduced a resolu
tion in the Senate this morning that
Edward K. Valentine of Nebraska be
declared elected Sergeant-at-Arms of
the Senate to dato from June 30 next.
It went over until tomorrow.
J'd1ou Affcnoy at Pittsburg.
Senator Quay said to-day in reference
to the office of Pension Agent at Pitts
burg, which was said to be offered to
General Bally as a sort of consolation
prize, that he did not think Captain
Barclay would be disturbed. He is a
Democrat and was the last I'etleral ap
pointment made In PeBB-vlvaala by
President Cleveland. Mr Quay sail
he was not aware that O aeraT Bally
was a candidate for tbe poeiUoa. Any
way, he seemed to think it would be
useless to ask the President to reaiove
Captain Barclay without cause, and
The Senate spent von Baieatsas yester
day in executive ceoilen and enantmaj
Iboraas 31. Keweoa of Mlnasfota as
Consul at Malaga.
THE TURXER BBEK BILL.
MLAH1B6 MBHMiS TtiK WAmAXttMBAKe
UUHM1TMB TO BAY.
Tbe CoiasaHsee on Ways and Mesas
gave a beattat; this Mfirnteg e bill
introduced by Mi. Turner of Kanani to
i cupel bsewew o hager bear wsvo um
in its manufacture any other suhslaeye
than barky aseit, hops, yeast, and
-water, to brand tbe wottl "adultwatod"
uron all pack ages containing suck
(uloeel H. H Haley aaatle an argu
meat in favor of In bill, lie relefted
to the Bavarian law widen pwhtths
the use of any ingrsitiiiHti U saakiag
beer other than barley utaU. hone, yeast
aad waler. and said that the beer pro
duced in Bavaria under this Uw is
the best and puseat in the world.
He cUdmed q4 nsaetsed scene author
us to prove thai a large proeoriaoji of
tbe beer wade in this country is adul
terated wish sufcatttkces, soeae of whfcb
aie injurious to health. . eusaher of
adtertjuewenis were read from she
Brtittm' Journal of BisUfriah to be
utd in bree iae; hoy nuhnHiaaea, aajt
ijlu. tuid, soda sUrcb, glucose, etc,
tueity of whkb, he urged, are danger -uu
to health In cioaiag his ssgussaeit
CoUiuel Flaky dewred to luxe M OOr
oriuxiily to reply to any thing thit
Miighi be urged aauwt ihe Uli
Pivfesaor Francis Wyatt, a yhewiat
and fciieuliit. utewer, stadw net in os
..taiuco to ibe Uli lie gave a very
interesting diMiipLtoit of the process
U brewing aud a:U;.l tat in outer to
itL-Juce a Uiilii uuuruUiiog ud non
iutuakailsg U-i U U ucay to use
other gMUB ui louLiciiiou isiib barley
utaM. That it u due iu the use of lob,
ike end other graia with uudt that
vie aow nave in general use a beer con
i anig very Hule alcohol ui pUce of
Use heavy beers iuruerl) iu u Pro
fessor Wyatt saW that, from his expe
Ttence as a ditrftlfft, owtjk fn thifi cotrn
try and hi Europe, it ws Msbefief that
nothing injurious Is eonMhrart hi the
Veer ww in sjewefw iwe.
The ixt spenker was Mr. Wlllfem
A. Miles, chairman of tbe executtw
mmmiUee of the tTufled Slates Brew
He seM tint ae the producers of a
lieverafre wWch wwre atid more Is be
coming recogBlTWl i a llqnM fowl, oc
cupying a position in the domestic
economy similar to ami of equal If not
greater value than tea ami coffee, we
rwnfnire the responelMlrty resting
upon ns to spare no effort to
make our product acceptable to the
taste of the rmWIc, awl ever and above
all to carefully guard and maintain the
pnrily of ottr materials ami product,
we claim the riatit to avail themselves
of the laws of chemistry in studying the
nature of the materials we employ, and
of ntng such combinations of the
cereals or their constituents ns shall be
shown by such Investigation to produce
the best beer. Asa result of the progress
ef tlris scientific slndy of our business,
we are to day producing beers which
are healthful and nutrition, con
taining but -1 to 5 per cent, of alcohol.
It Is as absunl to ask for a law de
claring that beer made in part from
glucose, grape sugar, corn, rice or
starch should be designated as adul
terated beer, as it would be to ask for
a law declaring that bread made by
the admixture of wheat, corn, rye
or rice should be denominated
Adulterated bread, and that wheat flour
should be recognised as the only sub
stance from which pure bread should be
made; ami, further, that bakers who
used an admixture of other cereals
should be declared to be bakers of
adulterated bread, and compelled
so to label It, and to pny an
exorbitant license for the privilege.
The brewers of the United States will
defend the use of any and all materials
which are known, or can by sclentlllc
and medical testimony be shown to be,
healthful nnd Innoxious. They de
nounce the use of poisonous or noxious
drugs, they deny that such are used,
and will heartily approve of a law pun
ishing tho uso of snob materials.
Mr. Miles rend n letter from an attor
ney in Washington, addressed to a load
ing malster, nsklng for financial aid to
push this bill, and declared that there
was a selfish business interest behind it
rather than ndcslro for tho public good.
the DisYmcrs laws.
JtOWr.U.'fl ADMIIIAIILK TIAX TO UMNO
ABOUT OIIUKH IN TIIKM.
ltcprcsontativo Jonathan II. Howell
of Bloomlncton, III., chairman of the
Committee on Elections, is one of the
ablest lawyers in the House. Speaking
of the confusion In the District laws re
cently, ho suggested that the best plan
Congress could adopt to bring nbout
order would be to appoint a com
mission to prepare a civil and n crlmlutl
code, Congress to adopt them at once
without change and make them the
basis of legislation In the future. Mr.
Howell says this was the plan upon
which Illinois acted under the now
constitution, and that It worked ad
mirably. He thinks, if tills plan should
be adopted, that the members of the
commission should be appointed from
outside the District to avoid local Inter
ests and Jealousies. The plan appears
to be perfectly feasible.
Qrailantri llcceltnl Tlmlr Decree anil
DIploiiliM l.Hit l.velllnc.
The double commencement exercises
of the sixty eighth annual commence
ment of tho Columbian College and the
third of the Corcoran Sclentlllc School
were held last night at tho Columbian
University Building. Theru wasn largo
attendance of the relatives and friends
of tho students. President Welling
presented certificates to the following
KnglUu-C. L. rmlley, Kva V. Haiti, B.
H. Jackson, H. W. Joum, 0. I'. Klmtle
bcrger, V. I). MaefiUn, Matwl N.
Matlnintl-N!a V. llraCley. X. K.
Fugltt, Eva V. JlMli, J. 6. Jobstou, J. II.
fitow, Corcoran Thou, Mabel N.
Utlu-N. E. FueUt. C. 0. Cogley,
Floieuce b. gblpiaan, J. II. Hton.
.Modern LaDguages Nina I). Bradley.
E. W. Williams.
rblloMH.by-C. L. Frailer, E. H. Jack
son, II. W. JotKO, C. I'. KlBtlleberger, U
I). MeLeau, Mattel N. Thurstoe, R. h.
Greek H. O. Hodgkfas, Plorsaee 8.
Sblpinsn, X K. Fugltt, II. W. Jouet, C. W.
8lMitl8e rbftlea-U II. Djer, A. T.
Gee, .MIm Auuta 1.. Uazeltoa,
(Haeral CkstaMry A. T. Cage.
Mluwalocy MU M. A. Connelly, Miss
A- J- llaislton, tirorge bteiger.
Those who received diplomas were:
CeUsgUte n. 0. HoJgkias.
Suiestlae F. L. Averill, U. A. Itevk,
Mw M. A. L'osaolly, U A, Fiscber, E. C.
ItuUais, II Im Ida M. aumwerseales, MU
Jaset MeU'tlllatB, H. JUly, 0. V. CtuudUr,
bberklau tirrte, (Jeorge&teiger and Mar
i i i
Lenve fur the l'ldte-i'rloten.
Captain Meredith, Chief of the Bu
reau of Engraving and Printing, was
in the lobby of the ltigge House last
evening talking to J. II Woodward
t'Maybawker") and several other sea
sliMeu when a Cumc reporter asked
the Captain if he thought the bill giv
ing the employes of the Bureau thirty
days' leave would go through the
House this session. "I aw unable to say.
The argument that applies to the other
Departsnents in (he waiter of leave
should also apply to the Bureau."
M. II. Kearney, who took an active
nart in the light against the use of
steasa presses. Is now pushing the bill
thai will give the plate-printer and
other euitdoyes of the Bureau thirty
days' k ave.
' Iloubt Uuit llujrw Wa freaWeut.
Vrri Ik .w 'U din
Last week lit. it B. Hayes of Ohio,
who is d ascribed by the Chicago UmM
as " professional poultry sunn," was
legally, fairly and heaesOy elected as
Meetdento theMosuMk Kegro Con
ference. Our esteemed contemporary,
the Indianapolis iutuei, in speaking
of this unfypjiing istddent, aeeesss thai
this is the int tlssw that Mr. Hayes has
ever heest legally yh-vteil as peessueut of
anything. Thai h not uuise true. Mr.
Ilayea has hean several twee, and with
out fraud or forgery, elected as uceei
dest of a Psinosi ihilof hi Sftnsiinliosi. if
he Vpe not nHi sueVi thai reauonjibes
Tfcw fitasy tt HmitMWty L tT).
Jfritm UU Hew York Jttut.
Does Toss Umi really love Brother
l A, SUA umuttjl nAjbM gf
the Fiats sVstrsss- Vn ffrhtr lMal.it
ssr!"! sssnflP "sRp mMsbs pbs sss?ejSsssj SHbs
AIlM e). NGWt gloffi IftlsUsWo UsUkB
fOUtflhsl tsUsKl BiWHMAsI Osf MslAJiftQMtt fak. kksl
tHllBni'I Mat essatni ittsMsi sVnM$ Msl ls
aow WtaMn mmtm tf she ke tsuet
t'ftmt tJkt f H istojilriiejst JiVeaW,
Tene Ueute's mt.es we suraiitlwg
hosts of vasku. who apesd lota of
njotey lot t Ludujuapuiis tupablc of
II ww a hflt fright, ami such an eren
ft a getierftRy keeps people away
from eleeo awtHsotlnms, hut theJTa
Monal Th ft efowded from pit to
gallery at the performance of "Chrhrto
peT ColtrMdmt w, the Discovery of
AmeHea,'' by the Shaftesbury Dra
matre Ornnpviny. The nnusnal mterest
tnrrewndlng the title of the play may
have drawn the audience, but the ex
cellence of the performance kept them
to the close. Of lis kind It Is, in the opin
ion of many, Hie best written play
of this century. It is a dramatic pro
duction of the most dramatic event In
all history. The romance which is
woven Into the life of Columbus is de
lightfully exnteMttt. The run is In its
proper place. The artors won the
hearts of the andlence last evening not
only by the quality of their wotk, but
alo by the earnestness with which they
played. Everybody fell In love with
HVtntfct, the Indian maid, who was
eaplnred ami carried to Spain. The
character is sweet. JBealrir is of the
toblc type of Spanish ladles. Miss
Maud Beckwlth sustained tho character
to perfection. She is an actress of great
power, both in her voice and action.
Her face Is wonderfully beautiful.
Mr. Edmund Shaftesbury came upon
the Jnnta In the first act so lightly and
so inoffensively that we saw in him
nothing but a common navigator, and
he setmed Indifferent to all about him,
but something in his voice and In the
glance ot his eye riveted the attention at
once. That something was magnetism.
It proved useful to him later on, for In
those intensely passionate utterances
which abound in the play he found It
an easy matter to arouse his audience
to the highest pitch of excitement with
out the least sign of ranting. Mr.
Shaftesbury Is well known as the orlgl
rator of that system of exercises known
ns the "Art of Personal Magnetism,"
(which is quite different from mes-mcrlsm.V-nn
art that he possesses him
self in the most powerful degree. He
is a born actor, yet goes bsfora the pub
lic only ns n matter of pleasure. In
physique ho Is the equal of Forrest, and
in voice nnd expressive power stands
with but fow equals at the present day.
This is saying a good deal, hut it must
be romembcred that Mr. Shaftesbury
has made a special study of these things
for years, and his cultivation Is the re
sult of tho perfection of his own meth
ods. Should his friends Induce him to
go permanently upon the stage they
predict that he will become a greater
nctor than America has ever yet pro
GIFTS TO PRESIDENT'S WIVES.
XVlin Mario L'p The Unrrtnon-McKco
I'reih-AIr and Stainmnr I'tind?"
nwit tk .Veto York S.
Who are tho Generous Individuals that
have bestowed upon Mrs. Benjamin
Harrison a cottage at Capo May Point,
clear of encumbrance, and with floors
.swept clean for Baby Mclfee to creep
over this summer?
The fund for tlio purchase of the
cottage was raised by subscription, but
the names of the subscribers are un
known. Tbe deed and the keys were
handed to Mrs. Harrison bv Postmaster-
General Wnnamaker and Mr. McKenn
of tho Philadelphia I.etlgtr. This does
not necessarily prove that Wanamaker
and Mr. Goorgo Washington Chllds are
the secret benefactors.
Wanamaker may have acted merely
In the capacity of a friend of the fam
ily, while Mr. Chllds' right-hand man
may have been called Iu as an expert In
tho art of giving things gracefully.
Perhaps neither the proprietor of the
bargain counter nor the world-honored
poet and philanthropist contributed a
dollar to tho IIorrlson-McKee fresh-air
and summer-homo fund.
It may bo said that the Cape Mty
Point mystery Is no business of the
public's. That Is not quite true. There
have been times in history when small
private benefactions of this sort have
assumed considerable importance. Gift
taking by near relatives of statesmen
high In the public service has oeea
sioned more than one memorable scan
dal with political consequences out of
proportion to the size of the gift.
The only safe rule for a President Is
to avoid all possibility of scandal by re
fusing to accept any costly gift while In
office, and by prohibiting any member
of his family to become tbe beneficiary
of a fund raited by subscription. Such
gifts are rarely disinterested. Tbe con
sideration is likely to be called for some
day, in one form or another. When
tbe repayment if made the transaction
acquires a character sometimes de
scribed by uglier words than impro
priety, Tbe best thing that General Harri
son and Mrs. Harrison ean do now is
to procure trora Mr. Wanamaker an
authentic list of the individual sub
seribers to tbe summer cottage fund,
and to give their names the widest
When that is done, tbe next step
should be to give baek to those gift
aivers the whole of their present.
The President who takes a bribe b a
WONBERS OF MODERN SUKGEEY.
bucecatful Operation ItcporteU by au
Sosne remarkable achievements la
surgery are reported from Berlin, says
a writer in the New Orleans AVtt ZW(a.
At the surgical congress Professor
Uluek deHMwetrated tue successful sub
stitution of catsut, ivory and bone freed
Jmmi chalk, fee detects la bones, mus
cles and nervous sinews.
The jukes of the body are sucked up
in the inserted material, thereby essaav
Mehlng the iunetiosi of the separated
ends, without any shortening of tbe
He presented the cases of patients in
whosu there had been an insertion of
from six to tea centimetres of catgut to
supply defects in the binders of the
heads, to which comujete tuohUity bad
la the case of another passant Pro
fissor Gluck resuoved a tusnor fsoea the
tbigh, causing a considers hie defect fat
the hone. He t insisted ivory, and no
UsaotaWcaee he resaoeed a hwsej
piece of net ve iu the gseiu aad ineaftisi
catgut, aad tha fuaatioas issataiaad
Hnam't l KUStnc A
Jtomt Mutton tvetaJM.
It's fuMf- Quay is to teeiga as
I nsted asattw ionstnr and run for Gov
caor, and Beyae is to be elected to the
feaaie to place of s)uay- That's what
Matt AJElg laid lAsUl lliwstllsli MgfajLwV.
Yl BkMlBstt isMft TwItittLt&y kuM sWI
to y pm:l f itaw teyowi ft
pMivif uflKc. 1 .awr n Mtv umm i
iv ipwiit BsMbsftt giuH'fltJUt 1 vttsS
f&VttNssVstfafaMaT lk VMattiNML
MMA tswsf MMtoi0 CeUsWMAasitliC
sypSllti Ml ft Vi?isjwi sWtswifta MHtest)s
iMofftftwi yftloriatft. IV ayw of
m4 Miia)ssisiftiiwi ' Am tittfiistfliitikfaftg
brkg U lo tfci coUftUy
1 .fliiiiit Kudo Jb.it. iriv V oi B. J li
MONTANA'S DEMOCRATIC 607ERN0R.
rn l1Wre or n Man TPMO TVaS nf
lar In Wah1nstn.
From tilt Ifrrf York 1'nr
Young Joseph Kemp Toole, t
DtmeeMrtrc Governor of Montana, w
In town lest week with his cmtfwlti
btMc, the danthter of General !
trans, on their wedding Jonrney. !!
will be remembered as the wIM West
erner who came to New York some fonr
years and a half ago, anil created
small sensation on Broadway by aIHng
into the Hoffman Homw In a sotnewm,
with his trousers tucked Into his boot
tops, hfs long black hair floating down
about bis shoulders. He wm on hie
wav to Washington to take his seat m
the" Forty ninth Congress as a Territor
Martin McGlnnls hsd represented the
Territory for several years, only going
back to Helena, where he had a news-
J is per called the Helena Knterprim, a
ew days before the Congressional con
vention, every two years, living the rest
of the time in Washington. He was
one of the Senators elected by Montana
who were deprived of their seats by the
llcpubllcans in Washington. He bed
plenty of money and thought his seat
was safe, but when he went home In
1884 he found that young Toole had
captured the convention. Toole repre
sented the Territory from that time
until it wm admitted as a State. Then
he received the Democratic nomination
for Governor, and was tfie only man on
the ticket elected. gffl
When Mr. Toole first went to Wash
ington he announced his Intention of
showing the dudes that he didn't like
their style, and of looking like n
BulTalo Bill all through Ids Con
gressional career; but he soon changed
lils mind. When he came back to New
York, some three months after his first
visit, ho looked more like ft second
Bcrty Wall than a representative of the
wild nnd woolly West. He will un
doubtedly be elected to fill the first
Senatorial vacancy from Montana. lie
is a man of good judgment and a good
deal of personal magnetism, and his
tall, slender figure helps his somewhat
Western oratory to a marked degree.
GENERAL HOLABIRD'S RETIREMENT.
A (Jnnrlfiinnnter-llrnernl Who Win
n Friend to .Unlisted lien.
Wmhlngtm JHtpnt A to Iht Xtn Vert. -V-m.
The President will haVo an opportu
nity to appoint a Qunrtcrmoster Gen
eral next week, ns General Holnbtrd re
tires under the ngc law on the 10th In
stnnt. General Holablrd Is a Connecti
cut man nnd brought groat nbllltv nnd
energy to his olllco. Ho has probably
done more for the comfort of the en
listed man than any other head of tho
Quartermaster's Department. It was
his ambition when he was appointed
In lfiSil to leave a record unapproached
by his predecessors for tho equipment
of the men of the army. Since lie has
been Quartermaster General he has car
ried out the suggestions gathered dur
ing twentv Years' aorvlca ns a nuirlr.
matter, anil has given to tbe depots,
especially tue important clothing ile
pots at Philadelphia, n personal atten
tion and regard for details.
So far there are six applicants for Ihe
place Colonels C. II. Tompkins, J. D.
Bingham, A. J. Perrv, II. C. Hodges,
O. O. Sawtelle and It. N. Hutchelder.
Colonel Tompkins is the senior officer,
and n long service in the line, a credita
ble record In volunteers, and a valuable
experience In the Quartermaster's De
partment recommend him to considera
tion. There nro on file, however, re
ports of court martial proceedings
against Colonel Tompkins that may
operate to bis disadvantage. The charges
refer to certain technical Irregularities,
and although the accused was found
guilty, the offense did not personally
General Schotlcld was the President
of the court, and gives Colonel Tomp
kins his support. General Meigs, the
then Quartermaster-General, was op
pond to Tompkins and refused to re
store .him to duty, keeping him on leave
until the retirement of Mslgs. Colonel
Tompkins is a Democrat. He is no
duty at Governor's Island, N. Y.
Colonel Bingham Is in Chicago. He
has considerable Influence. He is a
New York man and presents a long
and honorable record.
Colonel Perry is on the Pacific Coast.
Colonel Hodges, recently on duty In
New York, Is In Chicago. He Is from
Secretary Proctor's State Colonel
Sawielle Is on duty at the War Depart
ment. Colonel Batchelder, who is sta
tioned in New York, was appointed
from civil life. He Is a Hepubliean.
Colonel J. G. Chandler, recently or
dered from New York to Philadelphia,
Is not a candidate apparently. The se
lection, according to the best department
authority, lies between Colonels Tomp
kins, Batchelder and Bingham.
DIFFERENT RACBS OF IRISHMEN.
Man) Ujl.t With bat Very Little A-
ft tut Iht .Vm Yotk H6M.
The recent session of the Scoteh-IrUb
Congress suggests the faet, not gener
ally uaderttood. that a great many races
may be found in Ireland between
wbleh there has been HtUeaseimHstion.
In Ulster, of course, there Is a large
KsgHtk element, which has preserved
its polity of blood perhaps even wore
carefully than the English of England
Along the northeastern coast are to he
found numerous descendants of Low
land and Highland Scots, while in the
southern portion of the Ulead there is
a population having a strong Iberiaa
strata; and here aad there alt over
there are Irishmen who are half Celtic
and half Anglo Saxoa, aad right good
Irishmen they are, too. Utasaogists
associates that these are Welsh-iris.
Danish Irish, aad. of course, pure lrieh
lrieh Even the Irish brogue to snore
English than Irbh, for it is saU to be
largely a survival of the obi West of
England form of speech, which, has toag
ago become obsolete ia England Itself.
K. M. Ha' Uutvau-far l4km.
Jfnm tiu t'Atveaw MmL
Advices wired from Kew York de
clare that hisBS have henst put Into the
hausls of a cussecsBOti aaaaajr 1st sltat city
sgttaef a ausaber of prossinaat Aateri
caae for sjivsoei ssesdeaad 1st MtsJag up
coats of anas, crests, heraldic eaihlenn,
aad pndibjanes Aasoag the saeascitrant
Ftve-tiajr Mtauwrnii Hair ieltii
, Astaatse CsSjr gt
Tbe Peenl sat
vn Fridat urit. Ju
tesaue Ihe le of Five-
to lave Mat. --"-
--.. t .. - -rirrr
1. i aeae mwass
of i'ive Dolbus sor
a Kiaaa luehrrei FtiiLtt uu
ieaviaa a.hinatua (auttakure imJ
ruaoauu. asauue, 1 as u a. av, aesurum ou
sajf reKuiar uia wttaia s days, -ei'i
inn t Utuitea eat.
Vat wealed m '
jfamuu imaarai turns
Freediom Sand ovas sj puuals of
aaadhaaa Ceataiar fiMstai blaciL
Si b-' iweiw - -i,-
Madu Iu, a aia eatavT' te&isa oa
the vest klle
tk.ir. Bell epcluii Tui. ' U
. n . . . JW . .
lu. lauk. i,mi,n 1
KOT A PATINfl BU3INE88.
em Cnwmetwtert In w tetk 9leK
at Their- Itnsvatn.
Frnrn tttt O rffi TrUtntRnm.
There fs treat watTirfaetloti among
tlr rensirs enmntntoTs In tbts city,
sv-mi nf whom claim .hat they cannot
run e llvlsg wages, hlle tne natnrc of
tl ( xverk Is anything but congenial.
Tline of the eniwirWrtor, George
Doljrr-, John BtmVIs and Kdward
Gair.i, have resigned or refused to
ff niinne woTklng.
From a talk with one of them to-day
It wi learned that It was barely possible
to make M a day, and some had
mndp low as ehriity cents. They are
oblleed to write about fifty words and
ask thirty questions to each person, and
It nmetimes takes a half hour to obtain
thi desired Information from each per
sro Illustrating how It took so long to
obtain the Information, he said that If
the husband Is not at home the wife
must be asked how old he Is ami where
he was born, and also where his parents
The lady of the house nsually has to
take time to answer these questions, and
in many cases It has been necessary to
return to the house the second time,
when the man is at home, to obtain the
Information. If the husband was a
soldier and the wife does not know
when he enlisted, what regiment he
was In, how long lie served, ami when
he was discharged, a visit to the hus
band isnecewnrv. Physicians must lie
consulted In many cases where the per
sons Interviewed slate Ihey have a dis
ease, hut do not know what It Is, ami
for all this trouble the enumerator
gets but 2 cents a person, and some
have been unable to get over forty per
sons a day.
Again, the enumerator states It Is im
possible to canvass over two blocks a
day, and that they will be unable to
complete the census In two weeks, ns
demanded by the law.
WHnil-iaHLK-At All Saints' Chnrch.
Frederick, Md., at noon on Weilne!wlar,.Iiine
11, by the ttev Osborne lncle, father of the
brlile. Maria loltcnry Itamlall Webbof Wash
Inrlon. srr.oiAr, mjtick.
Kj5rFoiisni5Hn a Mt'iutAV.
s A rent lo Wnhlneton for
THE BEST ELKVATOH IN TItK WOItU).
Orer40liaTo been put Into the boatbuild
ings In W nlilni(ton In the last two years by
Estimates liromptly furnlthed. Alan agents
for the Worthlngtnn Steam ltimplDjt Machin
ery. Alo tlcnsral Marblnlstand Knelneers.
A larre Mock of Bnclnes and (.toilers, rumps
and HIeTators on band.
Warerooms from KOI to 1P05 Seventh street
KvbT" HKNIItETTA PAtJK FOX AND WM.
i- Tattwell Fox, pctltUmers In ennlty.
raiijo No. 10.MI, Pnnreino CmirM)ltrlet of
Colnmbla. ask that llielr name rentiestlvelr
msy be changed to Henrietta I'ageCarr and
.lolin Olllld t arr, by which names alone they
liavo tMcn known for tho lat twelve reart,
nnd now ulre notice of such application In
ncconlance with law. JtfiMwd
KSST-TllIKD COOl'WtATIVK tllTIUHNO
JM' Awoclfttton Fifth, series; flrst par
rnent flrst Mondar In Jnne. aharei, j each,
arereent Internal. HnlcrlptkMi onn be
mnilonnd comtltutlona obtalneil at Ihe fol
lowing named plaio:
OFFICE OF TUB ASSOCIATION,
304 7th at. a. w.
A. PKHTF. Preat.. WO i at. a. w.
W. T. WAI.KKIt. V.-IToat, I 111 tl t. n.W.
A A1ICIIKB.-H awl lata. a. w.
II. A. WAI.KKIt.Tlhaud tjata. n. w.
1)b l(. II. (U'NNELU ess Pa. ave. n. w.
O.T THOMPSON, S0., Cent. Nat. ll'k liNi'C
J. T. I"ETTV.Treaa..I)istrlot llalldlnif.
W. II. IIITI.RK. 609 (J at n.W.
J. 11. JOHNSON. SrtJftli at a. w.
J. N. IIIKCKHEAU. 10th and La. ave. n. w.
may 17 im
1416 Fttnnm ave.. ontKMite Wlllard's Hotel.
ThoaMMla from far and near Wt Dr. White
for relief from andnrolUaBee (rf corns, lmn
lofli. dlaeaaed nails and all other foot
trouble. Hour, 6 a m. to 8 p m. Sun
daya. 9 to . EaUbllaheil IWt. Fee.jl.
Tunlaw Helshta preacnta more dealrabto
fraturea for actual reeidenee than any aub
dlTklon In tli District of Columbia.
The Improvements, now la proKrees, will
Include all tbe ceevealaocea of ally life
Oa. Water, Sewerage, Klwetrlo OarServlee
Tbe alteatHw Is unrivaled In natural beautv
1 lews of the City of WaaMaetoa, Maryland
HlSQst a. w.
lots for sale by
FITCH, FOX & HHOWN.
GOLWiltOHOUUll II HO). A CO..
EMMONS t BROWN.
mySl.lm Attoatte BulMIng
-Rr-THE W.tsniNOTON U)AN AND
y TKCST COMPANY.
CAPITAL l.CCO,0. TBMPOIIAKVOFFICBS.
KOI F at B w, prevkHH to the ereetioa of
tbe company's bulUHn, corner Sth aad F
MONEY LOANED ON COLLATERAL AND
ON HEAL EbTATE. Well aecared kuas,
raarenteed by the company, for sale. In
terest paM. Call on or eorreapoad wrlfaus
V. i), HOBIeON, m. 11. II. WAKNKK, Pom.
Cfearlee B. Bailey, UeorgeF gebsfer,
James L. Barboar, Tboaas SoBwrvUle,
Oeorge E Bartol, John A. Swope,
IrWbanl W. Clay. J. 8. Swore4lt.
Iterate B. CcwaUogs, Hattontey W. Tulbott
J. J. Iiarllarton, Georiie Traesdcll.
Joba Joy BUaoa. 1). II. Warner,
Cbartee J. Faulkner. A. A. Wilson,
Albert F. Fox, L. D. Wise.
O. C Green. S W Woodward.
William tTGurley, Chaa Ben WUkieaoa.
John B. Lamer, A. 4- Wortuaatoa.
aSsr-BOCHDALE CaOP SOCIBTYOFTHB
Members of this soetety ate Informed that
tbe new Tvade Cards taad Ustat, loprored
aad eateaded. are aow ready tor fautae.
Ilsrstses will retam the old (smea) card,
wltb their address wrillea acroas the fate,
to aay ef those named below aad obtain the
new oa payment of tbe peeper fee Ttsate
beJax over !. aaemWrs who should obtaSn
the aew eard before April SSsh laataat
usoaeptaess w advisable. TKt aid oarri U of
J W HAktSJHA. Secteiary.
WVe. Oash Boom. Treasury Beat, aad
at T8S lath at, at auua and at 4 o'clock ja. a.
A T LatcWr.Ps's -t n a. AVf Dest.
jsatlthTleaaiaaii. V. F. lew Vaw, A G.
O. War Beat
L. aaderaeel. SM Fieaek at, Baceea ot
B C Fawiett. SM Mass ave B,SUAud.
J I. Mirf'ahv. aiaist na.P Q. masat.
H T.aasisa,TiaBstaw,u.M so
17 Bail fswa raw. lie And. OJ
I. B. Gridhej. Wldi w7B.
Joha ilorrksoa 4U B st a w. sa. (M
Br os Jon. n Baavea w, . 8. a
Sae. Maw,, u o.
r B. aaxar, Saueoe Cssaesal' QaVie
Bdwar4aaatoa.StBBat a e, oovt mm
Butara. rtk at aad U-1. aveJUrmt
'a jj Bavis. WW ISth St a W, Ba - aad
Ostrer UsUoar. Cs shear's Boost, Clay Fust
STx. L. CiiWa. Saooad AaUlaor's qsVe
J. MAaatras, tsat CiJawssa st. u. L. a.
F. JTouna. siiaest.iy Btv Ttear-
ST Wnisriilef, tm st at a w. Omce
Biav star aas
VxaakBsMiiy. sistbst a w.ctearatore-
J w KaMsU- aeoretary-
9 sasae by one of the meat uelebrated
W T&"3eSSeWlat3 feat
bsMaia hi mattMfmatjiref Ia Lbe oaks.
aaej see her aew shapea BisrSsalas! j
Saanabu. ituw aadtafihaaeSsMiTlo
Vssas sswaa. Cadets asoajs saaaaai te.
"umimsi i i in. i i - mi iiwii.iniuJfen
t aati a ti aWB
mart eair te Umu Lee's .
onKnDJsi 35sr!jsvag: m ,
J! FA- a 8- It. w ,
S j.Lt ofte Bjj - . v - w
Save Your Hair
BT a Howry im of Ayvr's If art Vhror.
This prnpaTatron hss no mnnl as a
rheaalng. It kfps the scalp clean, cool,
and healthy, and preserves th color,
f11ns, and rauty of th hair
"I was rapidly Wcoming hsld and
grav ; but awr nsing two or thrvO
Krtth of Aycr'a Hair Ttwrnykslt
grew thick and glossy and the original
was restored' Metvln AMfrcn,
Ommm Oentr, . It.
"aetrretfrmajro I lost an my mtlv in
ewwwianeiw e of tmaalca. After "
walttfif, no new srowtb i appwwert. I
then itaM Ayr-r's Hair Vigor aad my
Thiek and Strong.
It has afsjajrv-tittv conw to stay. The
Trsw h eyWntly ajrmit aid to jjaintr-."
J. B. tPHUams, Ftoresvlltr., Tflias.
"I hare need Ayer's Ifatr Vlsjw tor
the past font or five years and ntm It a
most satisfactory dresaina; for tn hair.
It h all I conM desire, nelns: harmless
cansinf the hair to retain lla natnrat
color, ami retinrrlnar rmt a small rpwnrtty
to render tm hair easy to nrranfre.
Mrs. X. A. Hnilcy, 9 Charles street,
" I hava been nslna A vor's Hair Vipor
for several years, and tcltcvc that It has
ennsetl my hair to retain Its natural
coIot." Mrs. H. .T Kino, Dealer in
lJry Gowls, Ac , IHshopvllle, Md.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
Dr. J. C. Aycr U Co., Lowell, Mats.
Bold by Iros(rtls and I'crinnMii.
lfrHfmrer IM AesW, ferlter
Ift, SB emit ftr en rnserWea; M etntt for tkrtt,
A7ANTBn -COOK (SbTTLRD roLOHKD
t woman preferred). Apply to-day MtBS
KATE CltOWl.EYS. SW ISth stnw. 1 It
ArANTED-A WHITE OtllL FOIt OHN
V oral tionaework In a amall family,
man, wife nnd boy 8 years old; Herman pre
ferredtto the right irty a pleasant home
nnd eood waxes assured. Apply at No. 100S
O st n w.
WANTKD-I1Y A 100D COLOIIKD LAUN
ilreas, wnlilne and Imnlnc to do at
home; reference given. Apply 1B19 N 11 av.
AN AIILK ADVEimslNO. INSUItANCB,
Pnfe, Ll(thtnlnit-rodor Book Aeent.or
ltporter,of irreftt Iwtvolr falre, for literary
work. Largo anlary. Wrllo London A Hart
fonl Ilib. Co . N. Y.
WANTED - A FLAiNLY-FUHNWIKD
room In tho northeast part of city
whero there will be no objectlo.1 to llsht
honckceplng. AiMregsl). 1. 11.. thla oWcc.
AdHrttmtr4i mnttr Ml tuad,fitr Unttor
trt, SS ttnlt tr sn hwerHea; 50 ttnU fvr Xkrtt.
A FEW DB8IRABLK HOO.MS. WITH
steam power, jrood elevator rervice and first
class janltorsl.lp, In tbe TOST BUILDINO,
for rest at tow rates to arat-clsm tenants.
Apply to STlLON HUTCI1INH, B Post
IliillOli.K. or FHANK MAGUIKB. Superin
AdurtlfnunU umttr UU Asarf, fmtr I imn or
Uit, stemlrer ens iMrrrtws; DO emit far Mrrr.
I F YOU CAN SELL INSURANCE I WANT
1 to tee Ton. FHANK It. THOMAS. H.I7 F
st n w. JeU-St
OW 18 THE TIME. WK WILL PAY
"biemunev"for irenU' flrat-olass see-
ond-band elotbles. Address or sail at
JIThTlfw OLD KTANI1. SIB I) st. n. w.
AitttrlHmtnu vmttrUU Asod, bwrHiwrer
litt. SB (HiH for en4 iHttrtten: W unit far Mm.
lirilllavenw.lTrs 190 oo
His Mas ave. 17 rs sad stable aoo oo
im K st n w. is rs Jooco
1011 Coon ave, is ra 1 CO
lltlistex., 16rs 1UO)
lJSOMatnw, lira IM 00
leroiethatn w.urs issoo
KKiH at n w. 1 rs lis ft)
irSTUatnw. lira too oo
14C0 cbapla at n w, IS rs MOtu
mePatnw.itr loo oo
TSlt Slat nw. lira 10 00
Lafayette Square, IS ra
sisEstn w.Un at SS
lteecbaplaatnw, 1 ra TS OC
lSlSNst.ll ra WW
UHtvotbetnw lr ssoo
SOS lllllyer Place, Mrs SSOO
isis u si aw. lira so bh
NYave,Sni S6 00
net Conn ave a w. W rs saeo
14tl fctwmblee st. s as 00
14esMeuiwnat.S n ssoo
1S11 Illsse 11ae. ra WSS
ltieiK.rstuw.Srs m SO
neoist. Tra tioo
Pat, BearStat.Tn On
lltSlTthata w.Tra M
VMS at nw.Srs U 00
1SS Wtbstn w.Tra WOO
Mixiuatta w. ra..... ttoo
160S Jth t a w. air aad dwg V oo
MuSQMn w.rs , SI3t
IStt N Y ave. i ra on
lOllistbstnw. tre (
lSSSMataw.Srs ) SO
11 IJ at a w, S M
The above boas as eaa be eaaataed by per
mit from our osaee oaly.
THOMAS J. FiSrIBK i CO..
USt Fat, n. w
'OH RBKT TWO BRAND NEW SIX
MSB rraase bouses, huh aad drr looa-
tlea; Bear aiutfeaes aad pablls aeaool la
Daloatawa. laealre of A. BKHRBKD, tSS g
Kill HKNT IMIOMS.
AdtfUumtaU wuttr fAia Asod, toarNaMer
Ism SSasAtf areas InsssSlfai. SSaalsjair' tlkrn,
HANBCOMS FtTBNUHBB BOOHB. BM
suite or single, at the Buckinaaara, set
ask Maw, overtoealea: MePbersaa ssiuate
I?OK BBBT-TWO FUBNUHSD BOOMS,
' suitable for (wtlwn. No. 9SS M t a w.
K1K S.Vt-K MI'lOELLANHSIUS.
BUaBSlBlaBBSBBal BbSBbbBV SBSaiss rBektSBst AbBSBT MssU fSs1
taw, St csaii fur ens taaeeJea.- Html Mr .
fsMKaALB i FIBS UtWtl BOSttB
I1 beluaaiae to George B Williams la
ueire at tie stable U WOUS BBU6.. UH
1MM SALB-riSaaKaL'UaU. Y BBOB B X aT
jj tavs. ssdaters sad a bandaisae pair of
eoeaar asstaeaa, biraaa to sheeaaasa. tar
key aadwuuSkustk; Batctevera ua lead aad
water; sssetfts aaa all breud uf dos "uaii
areed." MSCstse. jui-M
thm haVLB-ssv-aYfaai. stab, u ibch,
V sttaat recast, I alufcair abaohttaly asr
CUOTKY KKAL KsjrATH.
TMit SALaCiBOlT ii ACBBa Oat D T
X a e eaiswAsd.oo the Uue id the BckaMt
tba and autaMeirs' BnaieBjllwej. eel aaa pass
at ta estate ul tbe late Casal Jitatb Ckaee.
Sr called ' 'Bdaaaiood,'' a auod oeiMrtiuay
' tatveatora. Tor partleulara. nrioe, ess.,
laaatoeatCtUHB BJcWK.aii s eta w.
AMMtaaMKit ar UKkuw.
W V tUBAWV
Luaa Bjeata, auu taaeraa'
.. IS i'eUtBiCT N W,
HUJ aa Waatoaitftou. B.C.
iiavutwsof nt her haviae eitaer Ubisj-ic
or mejssiiiTt uulleitkaw 0 buus to diaun9 J
aJEe aavttasl ta sstdsaaa the uasaaalaBjaB. aho
aas aTsJTaavsa'rBaiy u pujeivu taeaaaw
aa Beexal tacsss. sad tor latajedlato par
TSft The dIay ajuiaraacc aad unoectaJutr
of aiulk.0 -li; u Ll.i-n.tj a.uiiiad
M L alBBJalLa. a ui
u, -tit i,J U.i i ..
rtattteat acenery snd TteattMest Lneathm
on the . 0. R. R. A neWstttnttviarMOver
trmkint ihe smwint city of laarel.
First tra Lota win tie sota at HALF PRrcB
-T,WD to SS,W srinare reel
IS, $25, $45, $60, 576,
Di Estf leins. Hi Mmtl.
rxprtiWn rnt down an'1 1t at roefc bottom
is i r srm:irr s. w.
rtit sAi.rt tmusm
afl KvT af""Fve"JF" Tfeeaf saaBrt ir"BBvaf irv stsbbf rrr
ltt, tmtt ftr tmt mn taws; SR rears hr larei.
IPOR ALR A BAW1AIN IF SOLtl AT
? onee; I atory and basement brick hoaaei
1 rooms nnd bain; nil mod Imps; sttnated at
No. 4SS I st n wj price 81,St; term one-third
cash, balance J. S nnd S yenra Amur
to FHANC18 I1UFTY. IS01 1 st n w- feSTW
FOR BALB-1N ALRXANHRfA. ROOM
frame house. Just flnlshlmr; nyrirantln
yard; lot ISxllt: snae home; price, tSW. Ap
ply to RODBlrf 3, THOMAS, Boom No. 3, Sit
J?0H HALB-FRAME HOUSE 006 IN SS
? foot nlley, bet 9th and 10th ami O and tt
sts I w;T rooms; hall on both Boors; olosets
fronting the Potomac; IS per cent Invest
ment: lot Jit feet front by w deep, t feet
from fan t- Apply wlthlnu
TOH 8ALB-THHEK OF THE CHEAPEST
I' lxniaes In Washington, 100, 108 and 110
fitb at n e; twotory nnd basement, brown
atono trlmmlnrs; 7 rooms and batb;eleatr1e
bells and t price, M,!S00 each. tBOO oasb
balance to snlt or trade for eooil lota.
1(11! HAI.H AND Itll.NT.
T KAL BBTATX nVLLBTlit
THOMAS B. WAOnAMAN. 91T F street.
Cbnnrce nrnde Wcdneadnra and Saturdays.
3ST0IIT 11IUCK AND FltA.MK HOUSrW FOI1
1188 soth st n w. f b, 8 ra, and I bowtea
ISIIDatnw, f h, 6 m W")
a .s. . - - -- sai. - - a - - saa
aew to van i' sen w, r n,o rs .
inssMliatnw, bh, 0rs Wl
4mtotll Ibutr'a alley n w.bh.t ra M
1M7 nnd lata .Mallam st n w. f h, I ra,
andXbh rear t.S0
Ml toMftSatitnw. bh, r 4..V
4SSNat nw.fb, Srv. and Shoasea rear 1.OI0
lSlSltthat n w, fh,, n Vm
ifaitllistn w. bh, Srs jm
SOLatnw. b h. Tra SM
N st n w. b h. T ra tJv
WlrlStbstn w. bh, S t SA
M ami t HMre st n w, f b. 5 rs S.(o
47 I, st n w. Mi, ml.Srs ajm
islisthatnw. f h, tra tm
TSSMst n w. bh.Bra .()
ISIS and 1M) Lawrence st n w, f h, & ra. . fim
m and W O st alter n w, f b, t ra 10
(stnw.f b.5 rs Ijm
UNlMritOVED ritOPEKTY FOIt BALK.
Part lot S, K at. bet ISth and 17th aw n w.tl.m
Lat, tt l&thantl ISth sis n w SOS
i at, bet 1Mb and ISth ata n w S 7
:th st, lt R and 8 n w 1 78
ISth st. lust B nnd F ata n w 1 SS
Dunbartoa ave aad Ileal! at, SSthand Slst
stan w 1st
8Mb st. bet N and O sta n w 1 SS
O st, but 1st ami at stan w SS
7thstabvnrnntave n w SO
11 and C. SMh and Slat sta t)
nOUSBU FOIt KENT.
Hie KNhst aw. lira SSM
ITU 1Mb at n W.'H ra 38 69
ISIS iota at 8 w. 10 ra WOO
SMH at a w.Tra MOO
Win Corcoran st n w. lira MM
XOt I) st n W. 9 rs KM
HISTst n w.Tra oo
1109 N Haven w,9rt io
ca&WtlstB w. 9 rs mm
1HSI Vtaves w,8 rs ST SO
lies and 1MK1 sine, Srs mm
Sd Moor. 4SS Hb st B W, X H W
set 1Mb Haw, Srs
lMHaas w, Srs IT Se
tea Est aw, srs it as
ess Md ave a w.t ra tt SS
Alley bet A sad B.Sd aad (Ut state,
Irs IS Art
ISIS N at B w, 4 rs .. MOO
Taad 11 Corcoran stn w.t ra MM
S Jackson at n e, t ra Nl
In asms ta aalt at S per eeet.
The above ta oaly a portion el tbe nreeertr
oa nay books. For full Hat salt at oasee fur
bulletin, bwed oo tbe 1st aad 1Mb.
CreroM house, obob3Btown. n c ,
Juae 1. leVO sealed proposala will be
reoeit sdualtl Uo'ikak boob, THUHaOAY,
JUNE . ISM, (or furuUbiac fuel. ll;bU.
water, ke and mivellaaeoua auneMea far tab
buUdsnadurbifC the rlseal year eadtaaJane
36.191. PaitkularaoBappib-atHMi. OKAS.
IMIDOB. Custodian. hiM. 1,11
DEPARTMENT OF TUB 1NTKUIOK.
Washlmtoa. June . lew -aeatod wo
posals for lurakbiayr aad ernethag aa troo
are esenfe aad stand Blue oa the Fraedmaa's
Bosaltal aad Aarluai BuUdlae,aear Wash
Ibsmb. H C., will be received at the Deeart
Baeat until 1 o'clock p at., FBtllAT. 1VX
SS, law. wheu tbey will be opened. BUak
furata of proposal, aDetlaoaUoas. etc.. Buy
be obtained apou appticatioa at the oaue of
tea Cbief dark ot the Deaartaaeai , where Ihe
drawings Buy b Inspected. JOHN W
AJtCHrTBCTs! OF PUB. V h CAPITOt
May . law -Propo-aU fur Marble aad
eraBHa Work for Fountain aad Baata aad
fur Braaae Vasea aad Laatppoata for Tsnvs
V S. Capitol -bsrparate prosswab) for the
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tasMu alt avaSeni haspiuiiiBeiits; situate
r?eeonri streau, hftweeji y asai I) ie,
4f PHee, f,"-
B-story ffame bettneiWflh rafje lot; sttuat c
onSHfta steeetf dbjiwbq ji aim C sa
tTT Prtea, fR,(m.
B-story hrieh hsmeai fjeBitatarrny 9 room
and bath; site of mi, 18x75; sRaate on 1
HB Prle, a.ooo
-story sod baek tmlMtng hfrek dwelling,
pontnlMmr to rooms; all iworrtrn ivnprovf
ments; maate on corner ef math and (J
4W Price, sa,ftrjQ.
-story brick hrmse, A reooM sad bath,
sttnste on I. street, between North Capitol
nnd First streets nw.
( Trice, ta,M0.
A-tory brick hoaee, containing IS room..
all modern Improvements; stttmte No. tttf
K street nw,
t rriee, $ laysoo.
astory brick honse, 10 rooms; stse M lot,
HRxlM; sitaate No. 1438 N at, nw.
981 rrice, f 10,000.
9-story ami baeemenM brtek tHnrse. 7
rooms ami bath; srtnateon New Hampshire
avenue, bet, hand M sts. nw.
4" Priee, t,800.
9-story rVroom brick home; sttnale on
Cleveland ave., bat, 19th ami 13th, W and
4flB Price, $t,e00.
9-story 8-room mtck bowse, oa Wallet h
481 Price, H,300.
9-etory rVroom brick bovee; rttoale on
419 Price, JB.100.
3-story brick hee, eontatntntjll rooms
and tenth; ami All modern Improvement,
situate No. 190 G st. a. w
4M) Price, ft8,MX).
Improved property on tbe north side of
0 at., wide front.
441 Prlee, fas.OOO.
A Isrjr.e'sUble property In a desirable lo
catton; now under lease to good tenant,
817 .l'rke, HH.000.
4W Frame dwelllnc. Grant ave., Moun
Pleasant. Price, $7,0W.
460 Fonr alley aoneea, eontalnlntr 4
room; each rest for $13 tier Breath. Price,
498 8-room frame house, let 99x75, on I
st.se. Price, U,000.
497 8-story ami eellar brtck baase, J
rooms ami bath; situate oa CetuwMa
HelRbU. Price, $10,000.
IloHira Iu Alemndrln, V,
S-atory brick dwelling, 18 rooras, with
ofltae annex aad lareu sbte kite; situate nn
cor. Duke and Bt. Asaph ata.; let ThxH).
8-story aixl twek bulldlnc dwalHne. t in
tainlncla rooms ami Utblot70i90, sit
uate .No. 611 Prince at,
4t Price, fd,&00.
8-story ami baek Imlldlnp; brick boute,
eontatnlns; IU rooms; situate oa southeast
cor. Prlace and Patrick sts.
4M Price, $3,500.
4-story btkk dwelllBK boue, built In the
most subatantlal manner, corJalnlnK 'JO
rooms; aire of lot SSU113.
Ml Fries, $e,M)0.
9-atory ami bask belldln brick bouse,
eeatalnlBs; 8 rooas, situate oa Columbus
St., near Prlace.
4H Pries, f,400.
49S B-story brlek dwelnnc aoase, eon
tataias; la reeaas aad all modern Improve
Bseats; larxe aide jranl; altuate ea cor.
YVaahlaatea sad Caiaeroa sta., opposite
Okt Cariat Church, Alexaadria, Va. This
Is tbe best situation la Alexaadria. Price,
r,t0. Teraaa-Oae-lhird cash, baUore
eae aad two years.
Ileuses at Falls Church, Vs.
A aew cottaee, altuate ealy S luutes'
walk froat Falls Church stattoaa. W, & O.
K. K., Va., eoatajBiaKO rooaas, bath, pan
try, aad trunk roeer, aire ot lot, 110x150
feet. Price, $8,100. Terms easy.
ALSO A aew cottaee, situate only 5
sstautas' walk front Fans Chareh station,
W. A O. K. K, Va., eaatalalB;, jrlor,
dtBiag-rooai, krtehea, 4 bed-roomt, batb,
erveeta' roost aad sttte. Price, $3,300.
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