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TIIE DAILY CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 18, 1800.
AT THE CAPITOL
HIE TR1FF BILL REPORTED BY
THE FlKAHTB COMMITTER,
'WILAR TOTKE SENATE MLL OF 188S.
Will the Emm Vm the 9iteiFra
IF SO. WILL THE PRESIDENT VETO IT?
Nomination RJeiesj...The Ffih Ota
The Tariff bill was tportl to the
berate from the Committee ob FImiwc
to day. 2"o report Ihw been prepared
by the committee ami no estimate of
the Increase in the revenue resulting
f rem the changes made.
The understanding Is that the trill
will not be culled up for discussion
until about July 1. A member of the
committee stated this morning that the
bill as reported, with tho exception of
the agricultural wool and woolen
schedules, was the same substantially
as tho Finance Committee bill of 1899.
Tho tobacco schedule Is unchangedt
In the Eugar schedule the bounty of
two cents per pound Is extended to
maple sugar. No bounty Is to be given
for less than 800 pounds of sugar an
nually. A penalty of $5,000 fine,
or less, or not more than five
years' Imprisonment, or both, Is pro
vldcd for fraudulent applications for
bounty. A duty of 310 cont nor pound
is put on sugars between No. 13 and
No. 10, Dutch standard (free in the
House bill), and tho duty on sugars
above No. 10 is Increased from 1-lOc,
to 0 10c. per pound.
The chief changes are in thooarthon
ware, metal, agricultural and sundries
schedules, anil tho schedule of flax,
hemp and jute.
District In Congress,
The Itnllroad subcommittee of the
House District Committee was to have
heard tho representatives of various
contemplated street railroads, bills for
which are before tho committee. Dr.
Atkinson had been called out tho city
by the drowning of a nephew and Mr.
list had anothor encasement. This
lift Mr. Hoard and Mr7 Mutltl, not a
i.uorum, and no hearing was had.
Mr. Ingalls to day Introduced a bill
authorizing tho construction of a jail
nr.d reformatory for women in
the District. It provides that the
cite and tho plans shall
be selected by the Secretary of the In
terior, that It shall be large enough to
accommodate 300 porsons, and the en
tire cost shall not exceed 200,00O. It
Is to be under the "general oversight"
of the warden of the United States
tail, who shall appoint a female super
intendent and such female assistants
and matrons as arc required. The fln.il
section provides that the institution,
when committed, Is to ho used only for
women and to be under the control and
management of womon.
A favorable report was made to the
Home to day on Mr. O'Neill's bill pro
viding for a library forthe Government
The l'liti Commission Investlcntlon,
The Senate Committee on Fisheries
this morning continued the Investiga
tion of the Fish Commission and Com
misiioner McDonald. The following
witnesses were examined: E. S. Ray
mond of this city, II. II. Moore. L. 0.
Hatron, YV". II. Wright, an emnloyo of
the Fish Commission, ami K. Flu
gcrald and K, J. Ilogers, both of the
commission. The committee then ad
journed until tomorrow.
As the committee sits with closed
doors, nothing definite can be learned
as to the force of the testimony elicited.
There is a general Impression abroad
at the Capitol that the investigation
will come to nothing. All the wit
neueis so far examined who would say
anything outside the committee room
hae declared that they either testified
to knowing nothing of their knowl
edge, or have been favorable to Mr. Mc
1'etItioDS favoring the transfer of
the Iteenue Marine service to the
Nay Department were presented to
the senate yesterday as follow s liy the
Vice President from Naval I'ost No.
518, G. A. It., of New YotK, by Mr,
Gray from Duihane Post, No. 3, of
Maryland, Wilson Post, No. 1, or Kaltl,
more, Grant Post, No. 927, of New
York, Post, No. -it", of Maryland; Ilut
cLias Post, No. Ill, of Maine, awl res
olutions of the New York lioard of
Trade ami Transportation
Mr. Wilson Decline.
I ongressBUB William L. Wilson of
West Virginia returned to the city yes
terday He says that no will notat
rtpt the petition of president of the
Unl ersJty of Missouri recently ten ilered
Mm lie will run for GoeuHese again
this fall His district Is a'elose 004,
and be is protest)? tie only hum wnose
ta-dtdacy wakes it reasonably sure to
THE FREE COIKAQK BILL.
UJL TUB MssVift VAM WlWli THE
Will the Ilosssjeyaes the Fese Cvimm
bill as k eeiae to It to emy ftosn the
Stealer If Use Hosts pa nan it, wist
the President veto U r
These aw the butntasi qtwstioas of
At a quarter of 1 o'etoek to-day the
Senate Free Coteage Wil was received
is the House- Tu Desaocraite side
broke out isvto hearty SJed general cJap-
klkat, egos of them HKf Ivub and
TU House t the tJewe ws in Cues
uutwe of tssWt'jk oa a bill WW
thorite btidee autoes 4 western river.
An atttcsj was swede ny Jar. BUnd te
neve tbe cwmmteew rise, but Ike cheir-u-as.
Mi. Alks o Mk'vJgns. refused te
finally the way became cteex (or
iuuOou to rW, v.ukn was saade by tbe
LVuiocmk side. It was voted do
bj the SesubUicans.
'Jhe diltUuliy is the nVwMfc as. not
.vn tbe BjuWbaeUe hVA don't ?
inodowkbU. WhsAher it wU be
ton.Uk red Aral la Comm of ttte
Whole uc o t vote ! omee to tbe
Houm One nrfiwiesH ie tbsx i
utrtttis nBeiosjrielaoe t,indensiif as to
aewtn) fcewet goto tbe Coeawlntii of
tb Wbole. Osj kbs ta kejkslkk
jew tbjtf tbe mmmm.m
vtids ctwsW n njfBOgfigfry to the
momi jr. ftn nil nfaiail to Use gome
IU lEOtaNf Um Costtftjee
of tbe wwlv at aJi Tp to date Bpciktr
Eced hsexrrced no opinion In public
If the lilll gets fairly before the House
It will pass If It does, and it goes to
the President as It came from the senate,
will tb President teto it?
There are thtwo who think he will
let it become a law. But they bate
their opinion on the assumption that
the iTHMent Is a wmlhlate for
reBomitmtton. But his conversa
tlm with a friend, elsewhere reported,
shows this assumption to be without
foundation. Tne best opinion Istrmt
he will veto a free coinage act
Again, many think the bill will be
amended In the House to coin $1,000,
000, or $4,800,000, making them
ami the certificates issued therefor
leeal tender, and that the President
would s4gn such a bill. It would, of
course, go into conference, but those
who think this conrsewlll be adopted
believe the Senate wmtld accept It.
The Itepnbllcans will probably cau
cus before the matter comes before the
House, but It Is doubtful If
the silver men In the House
can be Induced to eo Into
a caucus on the matter, they will pre
fer to do as was done in the Senate,
act on the matter as individuals and
not as partisans. It Is said, for In
stance, that Mr. Frank of Mltsmtrl de
clares he will attend no more caucuses.
The President today sent to the
Senate the following nominations-
To I Itecetvers of Public Moneys C. M.
Otden of Washington at Seattle, Wash.:
William It. Hush ot Washington at
Oljmpla, Wash.: Frank M. Dallam of
Washington at Watervllle, Wash.; .1. W.
Clsrk or Callforntn at Independence, Csl.
To be Iteelsters ot l.nd Offices J. V.
Lawrence of Washington, at Watervllle,
Wash ; O. 0. Mills ot Washington, at
Robert C. Itodgers ot Coloratla. to be
a commissioner In and for the district of
Alaska, to reside at tielka. I'. P. Palmer
of South Dakota, to be agent for the
Indians of the Cheyenne Itlver Agency In
To tie U. 8. Consuls. Wm. Newell of
Washington, at Managua; K. D, ltopes, jr.,
of Mnechueetts, at Zanzibar.
Cbarlee H. Marcliant of Massachusetts,
to be Collector ot Customs for tbe district
of Kdgarton, Mass.
Also a large number of postmasters.
Sir. llnven Jtejecteit,
The Senate went Into executive ses
sion for a short time this morning and
rejected the nomination of Mr. J. IJ.
Eaves for collector of Internal revonue
for North Carolina. He was "charged
with buying tho Influence which got
him tho appointment ami that he did
not fulfill Ids pledges. Kaves under
stood Mr. Dlnlr fought him.
Tho nomination of II. II. Scliocit to
be postmaster at Sellns Grove, Pa., was
THE WADE EIGHT-HOUR BILL,
I'rolcnt Acnlnst Its I'hmiico ltnporietl
1'roin tho Committee mi Labor.
At a meeting of the Federation of
Labor, hold last evening, the following
resolutions were adopted'
r.ctotttrf, Tbat the Federatlou or tabor
Unions earnestly protest against the pass
age of the Wade sight-hour kill, as re
ported to the House of Representatives
from the Committee on Latnir, believing
that It would wholly fall to curry out the
eight-hour principle as understood and In
dorsed b organised lsltor.
JUtolrtit, Tbat the legislative commlttte
of tlil tiody be Instructed to renuast the
Committee on tabor ot the House of
Hepresentatlves to give them a hearing for
the purpose of pointing out tbe defects In
the bill as reported, and presenting tbe
views of the Federation of tabor on the
Jloro l'oiialoii Clerks Wanted,
Tho Secretory of the Treasury sent to
the Senate vestorday a letter of the Sec
retary of the Interior transmitting a re
quest of tho Commissioner of Pensions
for an additional appropriation for a
clerical force. Tho Commissioner asks
for twenty principal examiners at $2,
000 a year, thirty clerks at $1,800. fifty
clerks at fl.OOO. 110 clerks at ?1. 100.
100 clerks at $1,900, forty-five clerks at
?1.Q00, sixty copyists at $000. one pri
vate secretary to Commissioner at !,
S00, two stenographers at $1,000, ten
messengers at $&0 and fifteen assistant
messengers at $720 each. He also asks
the Increase of certain salaries In his
office. These changes, he says, are
made necessary by the additional work
in prospect resulting from the enact
ment of the recent pension legislation.
One of Detective lllook's Witnesses
Last night Officer Thomas Lynch ar
rested Isaac Helnleln, a witness in the
lllock case, ami took him to the Eighth
Precinct Station, where he charged him
wtth being a policy writer. Heinleis
left $90 collateral for bis appearance In
the Police Court this morning, but the
healing was continued over.
ltoblMMl Her MUtrets,
Itetsie Wilson, a white woman, com
plained to the police yesterday tbat she
bad been robbed of $48, which she bad
left in her bureau drawer. Sue sus
pected Ella Hill, a colored chamber
Hiahl, who was last night placed under
arrest py Officers Creagh and Sutton.
The money has not been recovered.
llelil fur the Ciraml Jury,
Michael Coakley, who eslauiiebed a
gambling game on tbe crowded train
that wak returning from the ball game
on Sunday, was held for tbe action of
Ike grand jury by Judge Milter water
day afternoon in tbe sunt of $1,(0.
Tbe bluux Scrip Uiue
A rehearing of arguments in tbe
Sioux baif breed aerie eases took place
this afternoon in tbe Interior Desert
went belos Assistant Secretary Clua
dies and Attorney General Shields 0
.V SMk Wartuwwc,
A permit was touted to-day to W B.
Mtmtt X Sons to eieet a brie we-
bestee nasi ihtMe at lane Tirana
street nortbweat, to cost $13,1
A On Mil UpfUMttuuty fwr b Um4.
After a sus'cussrul tntrmlitrtioe of tee
nonnsl Discs to Seenee, -bbr. il. A. Wants
of Bridgeport, Conn., tbe inventor, is to be
again in Washington, at tbe XaUoaal Hotel,
on Tnnrsday, tbe rStb, mi wta be st
coae4 by the wsnjf wnam be has senesed
bent eeatoesa- Tseto, tbis loveeSUin
ses to be wcsUsiegtb urate it so U
rtiiaiirefls eel tbe Vioaat ctf a rouxb
tmdtsHsbie if wWs a faUssy tusnd
AHsate btter be met a neiirbbor. vtos
pswespnf pr isppps Bn w wnP','
WeB, Spxigwii. bov ym kxi
BUM KM1 feAMkMetJ trt
m MUto spw-sjeele, HMff
TpnnJW Ppt -WpT
'pyoMlf '"" T .r.ifry Y0M m IcmmI i
Sub You dece t rnj esotfess
a td te vbi.n I was a boy.
i& wmm. mm
JabnetBdV stai WLtiL ,H enunStenennenent
flUif SSr ibat at
FROM OVER THE SEA.
"AN INDELIBLE BRAMBOFINMWr
ON Til INIBNrST PARTY.
UnrUlnot MAnnlng Thanked tor Ills
Servrees to Ireland KnRlnmt l'n.
Ibits Amerlen's Bxnmptet
Lotsdo, June 18. As may be sup
posed, the settlement of the Rust Africa
dispute between Rngland and Germany,
In the manner stipulated in the agree
ment between the two pewew Jtrst pub
lished, is mtced upon bv the opponents
of the government as a club with which
to belabor the ministry. While It would
In absurd to assume that the opposition
would have been satisfied with any set
tlement the government might make,
even though it involved the presenta
tion of the whole German Empire to
England, It cannot be denied that they
have a considerable degree of justifies
tton for their strictures In the general
belief that England has surrendered too
Several of tho papers arraign the
government on this charge, notably the
Chronicle, which pays Its respects to
Lord Salisbury In a violent leader. la
Its concluding passage the Chronicle,
says- "Lord Salisbury has fixed upon
the brow of the Imperial Unionist party
AX tHDBMBLB BKAHD OF IGJTOMIXT
which gives the cue to other powers to
demand similar concessions "
The strikes at Tntman, Noravla and
Gratz ended to day In a triumph for the
men. The masters attempted at the
last moment to effect a compromise,
which they could have done at the out
set, but the men were firm and tho
masters were compelled to concede the
full measure of their employes de
mands or suffer further loss through
the prolongation of the struggle.
Sixty Parncllltc members of Parlia
ment called on Cardinal Manning to day
and presented that prelate with an ail
dress recognMng his great services to
Ireland. In reply to tho address 1he
Cardinal said ho had great hopes for
the future of Ireland and bollcved that
they would bo realised at no distant
day. He had not liked Mr. Gladstone's
Homo Utile bill, though ho had not op
posed It, but ho had rejoiced In the
Liberal Premier's Land bill, remember
ing as ho did, how, for many years,
t-.N(!lND HAD DHAINKD in.Et.Am
Tho Inslstance of France that resi
dent English subjects of tho second
generation In that country shall bo
subject to military duty, although
slight In Itself, Is the cause of Irritation
between England and France. There
Is a largo llrltlsh colony In France,
some of them settled there ever since
"Waterloo and still claiming to be
Urltleh subjects, and the sudden draft
Ine of the suns and grandsons into the
uncomfortable existence of a French
conscript has shaken up the exiles
tremendously. There is no help for
Hum, however, much as they may lie
dlusted with tho situation, and In the
ovent of a conflict with Great Ilritaln,
their lot will be unenviable indeed.
England proposes to follow Amerl.
can example by establishing a criminal
court of appeal, more especially for
capital cases, and popular disapproval
of recent decisions of the home office,
to which the only appeal now lies,
fives much force to tho argument In
avor of reform. There Is a general
public impression that capital cases are
dealt with too hastily and ofteu tin
Justly. J'Kyi'tlnn Cotton for Matanotiuietts.
London, June 18. A special dis
patch from Alexandria says a move
ment is on foot to export Egyptian cot
ton to Massachusetts. An agent of the
promoters of the scheme Is already oil
his way to porfect the details of the
plan. Tho movement Is based on the
Idea that the costliness of transporta
tion In America will enable Egypt to
send cotton to the New England centre
of consumption at a profit.
A Jlanlfeilo Leads to .Many Arrests,
St. Pktersbvho, Juae 18. The
committee for the liberation of the
Itusslan people has issued a manifesto
announcing its intention. Many ar
rests In connection with the manifesto
have been made in St. Petersburg,
Moscow, Viloa and Odessa.
Agreement Willi Itrgard to Africa,
Henun, June 18. A special Issue ot
the lltihmuigr gives the details of
the agreement between Germany and
England In regard to Africa. Germany
cedes Sornaliland ami Yltu to England
and England cedes Heligoland to Ger
many. Thirteen Death from Cholnr.i,
Maiihiu. June 18. Thirteen deaths
from eboiera occurred at Puebla de
llugat Valencia, yesterday.
Au lukosun Man Strlekea Doitu.
Lest nigbt about tt J o'clock an un,
know n ntan entered tbe drug store at
tbe corner of Pennsj Ivaaia avenue and
Nlntk street and asked for a bottle of
patent medicine. Xo sooner bad be
done so than be placed both bands to
hU heart and fell to the floor.
Dr. MeBlair, wno was close at band,
succeeded in restoring tbe men to con
setomness and be was afterwards re
moved to tbe Emergency Huettiul. He
bed sosne peniun papers in hU pocket
addressed to .John feaueJere, late of
Cosneeny 1), Fourth Michigan Volun
leers, feandusky, Ohio.
It Has ascertained tbis morning tbnt
tbe man's name was James saunders of
Sandusky. Ohio. He recovered sun
eientiy to be released from tbe boeeitai
MaSkeuX a TShiiii mil JSIaaw.
Calvukt, Mkh , June 18. Keerly
a thousand miners walked out on a
ihM nt the Tamedafk mine ynstfirdnf
They demanded a tee per cent, advance
to wages ami eight hours' work. Tbe
lenders of tbe strike are Attetrtons.
Xo YfcfhJfrnsTrthej been entered but SifeerinT
Xtowdest aeon Bites her of tieesnliee nie
o gsiexd. The strike will uedoubtly
extend to tie Oeceole, Calumet aud
Ttui Taitk til Um lawn
it lbs greet beedruLvtvy ak ot sine ttusbieg
now gSeg on at 311 Seseetb uees north-
wt wny so neeu peutw wno
Wwebt tneb ilnrfb'etf nave guinea the
a oi tttir use. ana tnoet
aod iloUlag, tanroughly nude,
fail to wt a vbns to tbk icreat
sale of clotbtog- This is a genuine sets,
see lie order come, to w nut to pack ue
a ibJssf's wossh, not to sett the stock, ma
ssesies if e eee to sacstnee tt, we sauet
sflis. Be not feat w o to this sale, an4
take tbe hos pufc g. rwehUdpeu's
ppne 't SPPPP spp ni "'i pRp pppp
lukW, J-pmenJH BIUlW. All lejilk
' ' ' spr' psTPl m qppvwnrpsiep
th CshenVnel Cbact that
'p pnsrp WrFrw wppppp
sleaHy S- Itooat, eotvtjte4 otf iitosleiatf
UprU UeMMCi enWlMI
to it year
nanrtiinsfla acak sne
wopw yepr- mmm MatjMe.
vte ana toMehtonfesl vtnVJStnee OH and
Wst's motttj, heat hssseeaesce seduced
CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR DELEGATES
Tentereit a ltceerttnn at the Chnreh
or the Covenant.
The stopover delegates from JTew
YfJTlt, ITew Jersey and Conriectrcnt m
the recent Christian Endeavor Cotttew
Hon at St. Iouls were rendered a recep
tion last night by the District orgWrlw
tlon at the Church of the Covenant, and
were welcomed In an address by the
llev Dt. T S. Hamlin, pastor of the
Postmaster General Wanamaker H
that he claimed atleciance to the Phila
delphia division of the order. He re
f erred to the rapW growth of the Chris
tlftd Endeavor movement ami Its re
markable increase In membership.
Secretary Wlrrdom sard he had a
suggestion to make, which he hoped
some minister would take for a text
and preach about, and that was the
relative value of human thought and
action to human endeavor for love of
power and love of wealth, which seemed
to be the Incentive of all human Im
pulses At 9 30 o'clock this morning
the delegates were received at the White
House by President Harrison.
AGAINST RAILROAD LEGISLATION.
tlRorons I'rotcst or tho Fciterntlon of
The following resolutions have been
unanimously adopted by the Federation
of Labor Unions'
Vi heress a bill Is pending In the House of
Representatives which rives to the Balti
more ami Potomac llalfroail Company the
right to occupy ami disfigure the public
parks, to use the public streets ami alleys,
anil to condemn private property; ami
Whereas said bill makes no provision for
tbe safety of tinman life or the convenience
of the public by compelling the tracks of
said railroad to be above or below grade;
Wherese said bill grants public franchises
of Immense value, without exacting a cent
of compensation to the people of washing
Whereas said bill binds the people ot
Washington to perpetual subjection to said
railroad by failing to ltmtt the duration ot
its franchises, or to reserve the right to
withdraw them nit limit compensation; and
Whereas the organized worklngmen of
Washington, by their relations with or
ganized labor elsewhere, are alone capable
ot Influencing elections of Itepresentatlves
and the legislation of Concress, and It Is
especially their duty, In grave affairs, to
guard the Interests of this city; therefore
Vtortt d, Dy the Federation ot tabor of
Washington, I). (.'., that we protest against
the passage of the aforesaid bill, and that
we will take notice of the votes of every
member ot the Mouse of. itepresentatlves
thereon, and tbat every vote In favor
thereof shall follow the representative
Clvlng it to his home to confront htm there
and cause him to explain to every trade
union and assembly of Knights of tabor
In bis district why he voted to give away
the rights, property, convenience and com
fort of our citizens, and to disfigure tbe
Capital city of the Nation, as described la
JUtvlttil, That the Secretary is directed
to send a copy ot these resolutions to Mr.
(trout, chairman ot the Committee on the
District of Columbia.
THOUGHT WARREN WAS A DUDE.
Hon- a Itully wn rooted lijr the Young
Tommy Warren, the featherweight
pugilist, Is In town, looking as neat and
dapper as eer, says the Chicago
Ho has blossomed out this spring la
a most remarkable topcoat. In tbe
language of his friends It's a "bute,"
and tome of them go so far as to say It
Is a "paralyser."
It Is the tiecullarly delicate shade of
the cloth that elicits these encomiums,
and this, together with the perfect fit
upon the trim and apparently slight
but really solid figure, makes Tommy
look like a full fledged dude.
He was standing on North Clark
street one afternoon a few days ago,
talking with a friend, while a few feet
away stood a big chap, also engaged In
a palaver with some acquaintance;
Tommy's coat caught the eye of the big
ftllow and it evidently made him green
He began "guying" It, anj Tommy
heard a running Are of remarks, atnoug
which were- "Where did you get that
coatr" "Get onto his dudelets'
Tommy paid no attention to the big
bully, though he beard It all and kept
his eye open for his chance. It came.
The big chap could not resist the
temptation to rub the dudisb. little maa
harder, feeling that his size made him
safe, and he took a walk around Tommy,
saying, with his head cocked on oaa
side "Oh, what a coat'" Ami as be
pushed bis face with an Insolent look
close to Tommy that young hitler
sniped him on the cheek with the back
of his hand
It was a startler foe the bully, but he
squared off.and made a savage hit for
Mr. WarTen Tommy easily parried
the blow, and he let out with his right
flat and caught the fellow oa tbe jaw.
laj leg blm flat on tbe sidewalk, and
then went oa with kla talk as though
nothing had happened.
As tbe big fellow picked himself up
and stood holding bis jaw in bis bant,
wondering bow such a blow could come
from such a little maa, aa acquaintance
came up and, learning from tbe man
the bully bad been talking with tbe
stale of affairs, be stepped up to the
bewlklered maa, saying.
"Why, ou fool, don't you kaw
who tbat Utile fellow Ur"
"Xo," answered tbe stricken one in a
whine indicating chagrin, anger and
"Well." said bis friend, "that is
Tommy Warren, the light weight prize
Bghler." "Wall, - , the nest time I be
gin feeling with a dude I'll led out
fiat who he Is." and the crestfallen
bulb walked ont, still heading his jaw.
TMEY WHMIX BUS.
FiMSMiaw Hlu CtutfU Um Stovere-
went Vwuy Taatii Mae.
fium "t & Yrt Star.
it U sot only the ilea nubia oascere
who smuggle. Pasienej-rs we great
smugglers. Diamoaas used te be the
main thing , now it hi silks, the duty op
diamond Theing so tow atni the 4tcb
so strict that there it too much risk.
Our Government for sosne jeers back
has kept a sharp detsrtjve ferae U Loav
do and Paris, who watch the dealers
to dtomoade, and be made it very
herd indeed to successful 1 mugk ibe
This detective process is more simple
than one might inink- A man who
wants diamonds mut go wpnesrhere to
buy them- If he desuet to swtuuto
these b isaets ueees djamneite and if
be desires to smuggle them for bualaesa
be ubu a quantity. How, tiute are
not many tholeaato dpaatoed dealers
eves to the greet cptlt of Europe
Ail of then) are kos- Our Govern
meet detectives het stria wjfcb on
tbue places, and wen who unikrt&kes
to deal bh them fur csooW work, is
Long before be teas-bee tbJU coootxy
. of his estsette is scat hero. uta
be U arretted as soo ae he ateo oa the
vtMif This doeswt tjtwsy w sisall
smuggling, of iHmiriejfa tjpi utber tjttogs
by vomes Ho detective skill cas stop
that The deer rrejpaurpi sJ h,e
psvled ettatotM dttfaes, end their ei
ym m k e t'Mstoeai mb mi. sd
It to sol taa mmk pf the half of the
BpppWpW tpeiA pbjir Atl to iosetojs
besea w& be"tkea patsy vho therela
i:.. lontr any thing to m n
RESULT OF A DRUNKEN AFFRAY.
An Old SoMter tne s Man in the
E C Wtnebergt rand Pat Cavanaugh
became involved In inarrel In Garwy 's
saloon, on tlw Swen b sfreet foad, last
nlcht During tire a. -ay the former
wns stabbed In the neck tnd amtattreit
a painful, If not dangerotts, wound.
Doth were drank at the time and talk
In e over politics.
t'avaflawth, who Is an Inmate of the
Poldiers' Iiotme,ws arrested and locked
up at the Eighth rtveJitct station
rbarged with assault.
Jlr. nx Dlnen Ills I'rlemS.
Mr. Randall's swecespot from the
Third 1'htrMrelnfcla district, Hon.
Klchard Vanv, awve a dinner to a num
ber of his Pennsylvania ftlends at the
Meg House last evening.
BEING dne to the presence ot nrlo
acid In the blood, is most effectually
cured by tho use ot Aycr's Sorsnpo
rlllrt, He sure you get Ayer's and no
other, and lake It till the poisonous
acid is thoroughly expelled from the
system. We challenge attention to this
"About two yetrs ago, after suffering
for nearly two years from rheumatic
ennt, being able to walk only with great
discomfort, ami having tried various
remedies, Including mineral waters,
without relief, I saw by an advertise
ment In a Chicago paper that a man had
been relieved of this distressing com
plaint, after lone suffering, by taking
Ayer's Sarsaparllla. I then decided to
make n trial of this medicine, and took
It regularly for eight months, ami am
pleased to state that It has effected a
complete cure. I have since had no re
turn ot tbe disease." Mrs. It. Irving
Dodge, 110 West 130th St., New York.
"Ono year ago I was taken 111 with
Inflammatory rheumatism, being con
fined to my house six months. I oatno
ont of tho sickness very much debili
tated, with no appetite, ami my system
disordered In every way. I commenced
using Ayer's Sarsararllla and began to
Improve at once, training in strength
and soon recoerlng my usual health.
I cannot say too much In praise ot tbia
well-known medicine." Mrs. L. A.
Stark, Nashua, N. If.
Or. J. C. Ayer St Co., Lowell, Mats.
Price 1 ; all Lottlts, It. Worth t a botlK.
BCar-soTicR or onwiuo op hooks of
Til It WASIIINOTON AND LAUItKL
Notice Is hereby slven that tbe books ot
uliscrlptlon to stock of the Washington and
Laurel Traction tomimny are now open at
the followlnjr places ami will Itekaptopen
until the irril DAY OF JUNK, ISM. naraetr,
at the office ot Hoblnwra White. No 1WT 7
st n w , Washington, 1). C ; at tbe office ot
llalilwln A llslJwlD, Laurel Mil . and at
Wells' time store. llyattvllle. tl..ana tint
Itoblaaoa White ami Brnest V Uslilwln and
OeeraeTlM are authorltett to recelre tb
cash Installments of 10 per cent, oa the itock
Charles White. Kdward Pbelpi.
Charles A. Wells, N. V Hall,
Charlen B. C orBn. Hobert II (unnell.
Charles ft. Stanley, Tbeophllut Tunli.
n. Clay Tnals. Charles White, Jr.
KOr-TEMI'OHAKY OJFICK OF THK
JE' WASIIINOTON LOAN AND TKU8T J
KOi r street n. w.
This conpanT Issues certificates ot depoolt
bearlnc lulrt as follows- Oa all amounts
Isi'osltetl for nlMty day or more, bat leas
than six month. S per oem. per aanum; sj
per cent on depolt for loore than sir
moa lin, but less than a yearaiwH percent,
on deposits of one year or losaer
Hecnred laxttmeLt for sale.
W. 11. SofilfcON. feec. 11. n. WAKNEH. rrea.
Charlee II Ualley, (iorae F Hebafer,
James L. Harbour. John A Hamilton,
GtwraeE Hartol, Tbosaas Sonistvllie,
Richard W. day. Jobs A. Swopa,
Horace S. CHBUMaas, J. 8. PworsasUilt,
J. J. ParlinKton, llattwly W. Talbott,
John Joy Kdna. Oor Tntl,
C lutrles J. Faulkner, B. II. Warner,
Albert F Fox. A A. WUson,
O, C Orsen, L, O. Vta,
Wlllmm . hurley. CW. Woodward.
John B Lrur, Cbas. mmj. Wtlkiason,
A. S. Wortbiwtoa.
gf-J. WILLIAJt LBK
ISocssor te Henry Lee's muj),
B 1'A. AYR. N.W..
llraneh oejee. m Maiytand ave. s. w.
MIS I'enaa ave.. opposite Wlliard's Ilatei,
TbottMMuis frooi far and awer visit Dr. While
for relief from aad avoklaaea of ooras, bun
lous. dtseased aalts and all other foot
trouble. Hours, 8 a- at to S p. m iwiii
(Uys.StoW. nsubflibed HS1. Ftw.jl
Tunlaw Heibts prevent mort! dirabl
feature for actual nasUenee tban any sub
UItUIob In tbe District of Columbia
The tmproveswau. ouw la proevass, wlU
Uselade all the eoDVatM. of elty llTw
Ga. WaMar, Seweraee. Bactrlc CarSertiee
J attaatuie bianrlvaled in suuerai beaeiv
sjuI eosamands in all dinastlosi unlntarrnptsst
vtowsof tbe City of Waeblnetee, Matybai
C J. BILL, Tnee
WIS Q st. a w.
Lirts ft-r tele bv
FITCH, FOX Jt hUOWV,
18 Pa ave
tkKUknoaiot'UB taat. &, oo..
SMltOSb x BMOvry.
asfSi Om AtUntts nuiidlne
WJBT OF COL
Member of this socictT u tafursnad that
is as Trade care ism u-u intproeee
and ttstsmded are readr tor tisne
Members wi'l vturm tne old (pteee) od,
wUb thtlr adUrixt wrt( .( the laee,
te ear of these aauad below and ontaln the
sew on teysMBt of the proper tee. Thaw
being intr SjSPB members who sboaMnetsln
tbe new card bafore April SBth lastsjtt
J w Hj
iswasitae! adsiiebJa. tkm UU lvJuh
J W HAsnWA.bevretary
ts H . Csb Guoa. Treasury Dew. and
i S 1Mb l, at uotia aasl 4 s o'clock p. m
t tes 1Mb s, at B4MB aae a loviut'k j. m
A T LoaUy prsMtDS A s a e. Agr'l fWpt
SaJtb ThSssbiii. Y P. MSB Vm m. X Q
t. YansWrheat. u rtineb st, ttarean ot
It. Fapcett, US Unas Me ae.su Aud.
H. V mitb. tis b w, o v era.
I F Bi7. Wlfl est n w. i Aisd. Oiiua
I E. fafclky. Mini w.leeToice
Jt-bn Verriaon. s K tt e w,Pn Ogsce,
Dr o ioiif.mn reeve n.. 6. a
Jubn wtErmm n w. a ,fc a.
C n. Sauna. Snraaia Sanari tBsum.
Mwjntetow. n e. tam Friat
J C Bwsm, 7U i end kt I avetBepg
MimTie. tau is u , Be, ng. mi
oaer naiuet . cajtter Suuss. ctir tvst
w B Jones, tsnf t a sueaei Ottue.
t. rHp, uuriv jouer
F i Toaue. SSS raM! t. Ut Bsv Tre.-!
VJ VosBeriOetr, i" t aw Oul...
ties' wit . Tree
Frask elbWv. "e& mb t o w, t-lu bi, i e
By ofOer of tbe eaiUse coeuniuea
WBY Vi BAY QC9 MUm
enepMlPF aM W isspw mJpi GnWfSkmm
lnlnwrfaat Moe seme "a"slwi3
easteaa in easeriee,
sklpt tare setters eeerge- r.TI4tt,piI
nrflnmff'snfslbBikVP laAMsW? Ire4llpWlH
sn CIAI 7SOT1CF.
Kgr K)R!BFF. Ml DRAY
z Agent" In wj'hjagton for
THB WHITTtBR iLBVAToR
TB BIWT gLgVAtbtt IN m WORLD
Over 10 have ben pnt Into the best bnIM
Inps ra w aWntttn In the last two fears hy
Esttmates promptly fnrntslied. AlsoMsnts
for ths worttitMrton Steam Prrmplns; MaoMn
ety Ato rseneral Machinists and ftwrliresr.
A tarpe stoe of Bnslnes and ftnttera, PnsspS
and EleTator on hand
waverooms fmm woi to 1009 seventh street
southwest . .
KajnRNIltBTTA PAB FOX A1SD W.
ir? Tazewell Fot, petitioners In eonlty.
cause So 10.584, Supreme Conrt, Wrtrtctof
CoinmMa. alt that their name rerieotlvelf
may he chaneed to Henrietta Pape carr atw
John lilts Carr, by Whleh name alone tlret
have been known for the last tsretve ywrrA
and now fire nottee of auch appUestwa ra
accordance with law. rS,SM
rpftSAST rt drtartjskwt, officr or
J the Secretary, Wahlnton, D C , Wat
98. 18W Sealed prowvials srtll be reeelfed
tthl Demrtment nntll two U) oVloch p
m THURSDAY, .It'NR X, 1S90, for mttlne,
ewln and laylnp new carpets and making
carpets for abfprnent and for rnttlnc and lay
lot linoleum and mattlne and relaylnaold
carpets Intnictlon to bidders f-an be hal
npon nrT'llcatlon to the offlre of the Snmrrn
tendent The rlht to reject any and all bMS
Is reserved rartlal bids win not he wmstd
ered rroposala jhonlit be addressed to the
Secretary of the Treasury and Indorsed "Pro
posals for nttlne and ftwlns carpt etc "
Acceptance of proposal dependent npon ap
propriation by ConTe w WINDOW, aec
TJROPOSALS FOR FURNIPHINO MISCBtr
Jl laneou supplies and Ice and the pur
chase of waste paper I'nlted tates Coast
and Oeodetlc Survey office, Washington. D
t ., .tune IS, 1M0 Sealed proposals will be
received at this office nnf II t o'clock p m .
of TUESDAY. JUNR St. ISPP, for tarnlshlne
mlscellaneons annplles for the use of the
least and (.eodctlo Sntvey ofllce.ln such
quantities as may he required from time to
time dnrlne the fl-cal year endlna June SO,
18t, tnclndln chemicals, arocers' sumlrles,
carpenter hop stock, lumber, zinc, leu, pur
chae of waste paper, Ac. Proposals of only
actual and reponslhle dealers In the articles
will be accepted, and awards will be made.
Item by Item, to the best Mdder for each
Item The prlres proposed must Include the
delivery of the articles at the Coast and Geo
detlc Surrey Office free of all charaes for
packing-, haullns: or freight, lllank forms for
propolis will be furnished on application to
the undersigned The rleht Is reserved to re
tct any or all btds ami to waive any defects
nvelopes containing proposals should be
marked "Proposal for flscellneons np-
rilles," "Proposal for Ice," "Propoal for
'nrchac of t ate Parer," respectively, ami
addressed to the Superintendent united
State Coast and (leodetlc Survey, Washing
ton. D. C. T C. MRNDBNUALU Siiperln
DBPAUTMKNT OF TIIE INTKHIOK,
W a-htngton. June S, 18W. ealed pnv
posals for ftirolhlne and erecting an Iron
fire escape and stand pipe on tho Freed men s
Hospital and Asylum nulldlna, near Wash
ington. I) C , wllf be received at the Depart
ment until 1 o'clock t tn , FHIDAY, 1UNK
JO, IKS), when they will be opened. lllank
forms of proposal, spe Ideations, etc , may
be obtained ttl-on anpll' a thin at the office of
the CJilef Clerk of the Department, where the
drawings may lie Inspected. JOHN W
AHCIllTBCTS OFFICE. U 8 CAPITOU
May, taw. Proposals for Marble and
Oraalte work for Fountain and Ilaaln and
for Ilronse Yase and lampposts for Terrace
V 8 Capitol "cparate pronoals for the
aNivewlll be received until TIIU11HDAY.
Jt'NK S6.1SS0, at IS o'clock noon, at this
office, where plans, speelileatinus ami models
may now beseen KmVAKD CLAKK, Arohl
tact V. H Capitol
AatrlittiKU vwUr MM And, ftmr Uiut sr
III, 36 amis fbr eiw tiwrtkm: 50 ttitU far IMrH.
rANTBD-A WHITK OIHL FOK OBN
i eral housework In a small family.
man, wife and boy 8 years old; (lerman pre
ferred; to tbe right party n pleasant home
and good wages assured.
Apply at No. loot
ii si u w.
WANTRD BY A WK)D COLOKBD LAUN
dress, washing aud Ironing to do at
home; reference given. Apply ISIfl N II av.
AN ABLK ADVKRTI8INO. INSUKANCK,
bate. Lightning rod- or Hook Agent, or
itsporter. of great Isavolr fairs, for literary
work. Large salary. Write London Js Hurt
ford l-ab. Co . N. Y.
AtHrtiniU tuuttr MM HMt,fmr lUwer
Uu, S8 mU fr sm MiMrfMM,' 50 tmt fr lArti,
-V.AVNAia,A i- vvv. v. .v
A FEW DBSIRABLK HOOM8, WITH
steam power, good elevator service and first
elass Jaaltorsblp, In tbe POsT HUILDINO,
for rest at tow rate to first class tenants.
Apply to ST1LSON IIUTCIIIN8, 9 I'ost
HulIUlBg, or FRANK MAGVIHR. Seperln
AdHTHiimnU tuuttr MM luml, ftmr Mass tr
ItH, St U far fas iaMrtfea; 50 enU ftr tkrti.
T?OK BALX-trS-SI'BCIALSTAN, 51 INCH,
J; sllaot raebet, I ulokal, aUoluUly par
fact eonahloa. Address or apply SStAst a a.
LOsT AMI FOUM1.
LOfeT-ON MONDAY NIGI1T, AN IRIsH
setter, Smoalh out, had a strap-collar
un ReMra sasse and receive reward, after
4 o'clock. W P st n w. JuUA
LOS.T-ON MONDAY KVRNINO. JUNK IS,
a key riag with six keys on it. marked
Clarence Dodge, ail D st s e The flnder will
be rewarevsit by iHavuue tuam at tee aoosa
dress or at c M SaUs gallery, e ra ave
AdtTH4twnli iuuUt MM m4, fmtr Ham or
lm, at ssoMar es Mrii; 50 cmU far tkru.
VTOW IS THE TIMK,
IN tattaar" tut at
WE WILL PAY
mossy" for gents' Srat-eUM see-
end head eloibfag Address or call at
t'S OLD 6TAND. S19 OH S.W
3IO.SEY TO LOAN.
OK BY TO LOAN ON dOOD SKCL'HITY.
TITLE CW . sre La ae
TO UUX UM REAL RaTATR JtBCURtTY.
AT t ANU S PER CRKT.
M R PAKKBR.
ORRY TO LOAM
la Sams to sols
On Approved Reel Batata Mxuitf
B B WlRRRR CO..
ON8Y TO LOAM OR MRAL ReTATS Opt
SM wBTitlatj ai Lowesl rale at
Bueteat. So delay where security fa, goad.
u. i. tssinaw.
Sui 7th tt a w.
n C. HILL. RRAL RPTATR AMD LOAMaL
O. Bargains In all parts oi the elty Ufa
Corner Mb and F stg
a w. La Pauls
LOAMS WR ARJf AO-
tboriiad by the Uultad ieearSty LUeln-
snraiice and Trim Cumpaay o
to advance money on bnvrvmi
uwuur m rwiaoatMBs
oa lauwuvaa pcuusnyia
rs cer cant of acsual ms-
of actual mag
wsainton uo to 73 per cent
ket value, will or wit hoot life tpaii ranee
iiablain munibly or auaxtarly
itg.nuuilu S. IP. 15oWTers.
itu r st m w
uie i insji. JSemhar t mightngieii
Msse- s'sestastiie J tiei
uaM sneiirtrtei Mm&n assd nssM.
uu li ii iii i n.iu1.1. .'-, pai'i 'l jjbu1 , m iinaagasaanr
t-SHbTbtV a.L b.-t vrst
! JXR-ABOl f 17 ACSta OS JO T
J a agftndeii, ou the Use 4 the R-.liim;
toe and Boltfko' Hume sUUVsf . betntf (urt
jt tee um . f tbe late Chief J u.tu,e cu a-,.
now ualled ''SdeeW'Jud " vl uvixurtaalty
tug Investor, rur uru)aW. urioe. et,u .
inwriteotctuwit patowjt. aa S t a w.
ppFbTHlVI W .
1. iUi r ..Uli D C
A 1 V 1 V
Mo such oprortunlty ever ofrevetl as
Fann price, for ImlMlBt U,
7 5W to 80,000 snrtST IM, from
bcanttfullT sttuatctl on high frontttl
JiOts In the immettfate rrdithborfcorai
are selling for more than twice the
Hoties oon to be erected all ovet the
Pon't miss this, hnt call arm sathfT
yourself of the outlook for the city of
l&e i r vriti'.i.-r n. vs.
FOK SAI.B HtlUSIW.
AtttrmmtrntH tmnVr MM AssW, rr ttmt tr
lift, B6 enU ftr m tmtrHens 58 ttiAtfvr Mrw.
I?OK SAI.R-FINR COTTAtlR ON OAK
; ave, Takotna; lot OBgSSO; good cellar,
well. shade, orchard, garden, grapes, beirles
and running water; mall cash and monthly
payments; a oargain ar v.imj. unnsn, ii
t' st n e. Jel.St
JJIOR SALB A BARGAIN IF SOLD AT
" oncej 9-story and basement brick house;
7 rooms and bath, all mod Imps: situated. t
No SSSIstnw; prlre $t,sno; terms one-third
cash, balance j. 8 and S years. Apnly
to FKANt IS IlfFTY. IDOl F st n w fe7 SB
IpOH SALR-IN ALRXANDRIA. S ROOM
' frame honse, fust finishing; hydrant la
yard; lot lSxllS; snng home; price, I S00. Ap
ply to HOUEHT J. T110MA8, itoom No. 3, ll
FOIl SALK THHKK OF TUB CHKAPRST
houses In Washington, 10C, 108 and 110
llthstne; two-story aud basement, browa
stone trimmings; T moms and bath; electric
bells and ga; price, M.M0 each, two eash
balance to suit or trade for good lots
lOlt Itll.NT IIOtlSI.
er.sssws"awri'S' ess !
AdttrtttmHnU vaxferMM Aerf, awrlMr
tin, 95 ttntt far ok rastrHen; 50 ssnM ftr (Are.
irtlltlavedw.l7rs Sno oo
HIS Ma ave, 1, rs and stable op
nil Kstn w, isrs wo on
toil Conn ave, 15 rs ITS no
llthstex.lSrs ISO 00
laowll t n w. 1 rs.. 115 00
CorM taud Imlave, 7r 1W 80
laeoisthstn w.iirs wo oo
its? ti st n w. 11 rs loooo
isfsj Chapm at n w, IS rs HO no
i:w pstaw.icrs leosa
Tf M Jlst n w. 1 1 rs iwoo
Ifayette Square, 15 rs
eisKstnw.Urs n S
M Cbapta st m w. 1 rs oc
inNst,llrs 70 m
IMS 9Mh st n w. 1 r SB CO
SS Illllyer Place, Mrs tS 00
tMiost n w.iirs saee
IHS N Y ave, 10 rs S5H0
1S11 hiag Place, rs 50 (W
ieistlstn w.Sr sets
1T04 M .t, 7 rs MPS
11S 17th st n w, 7 rs SSSB
ssis nth stn w.Mrs sees
Mir Osiers srse
lSWUallaehst.Srs IS 89
l7ihstn w, straml dwg fa oo
Sat) uth st n w, S rs woo
lseeutbstnw.Sr SB a)
ISUNYare, 5 rs SS oo
leitpsthstnw. Sr (0
liSSRIavan w.7r sjsui
lSSSMstnw.s rs , ) :
lsei tin st n w, s m
The above bourn can be axamlaed by per
mit frees oar offiee only.
T1IOMAMJ. FISHEIt A CO.,
J70H RRNT-TWO BRAND NRW IX
: room frame booses, high and dry loos
lloo; near ebureba and publte Mbool Ip
UskmlowB. laqelre of A. rJBRKKND, SPj B
AehtrHummU u&Jr MM Ated, fmrltiuttr
lut, 9S hIi Ar m tnrlitm; 59 tmUftr thru.
HANDtiOMS FURNIbHRD MOOMH. RN
suite or single, at tbe Heektagham, PS
IStta st b w. overlooking MsPbaraoa txiaare.
TOR RRNT-TWO FURNIbHRD ROOM8,
1 coal sa lili (-p "'-- Vj AOsB Ui. -.
--ss-sa--! asva B)vhs aapaiaa. e-sip ar-sp Jt at,) safa
FOIl SALK AMI HUNT.
RAL SSTATR BCLLRTIN
THOMAS K. WAOUAMAN.9J7P atreec
Lbapges made Wadseadaya and Satnrday.
S-bTORY DRKK AND FRAMK HOtMBsi FOH
Slalstbw, bh.mLHr tbUtt)
WIS lvtbstuw.bh, ml, Mr HJW
SMOstsw.bb.7r .. . . J
tt G st a w, b u, m I, W rs ijSfio
lrSSSthstB w.bb. In ijm
eat Indiana ave a w, b h. 9 r IMi
ISse Maaa ave b w, f h, S rs TJBS
Kt ae.bb, lire. ... 4jm
SMian4ens7thktBw.bh.SN .. .. 4
Sfas Kstn w,bh.Mr . iJS
S-bTORY BRICK AXP FRAMX HOUB FOR
RnSRCapst a. bh.9r' . M.SM
fMandettlUbstsw. bb, r . S.Set
seraa4teVaveaad susstbat andS
swhsspruved lot, a LSaS
aSIUaSekJtaw, bb, Sr . .. . OH
seSMstaw. fb. In. tmd t wt Asi
m vssbw. iB,sr
gStoaattOatse. fb rs
WGstsw.f b, 5r
ls7 4&stse. lb. Srsaacb
For a term of SS year, a vainabte pteceof
bnainaas Bropasty on 1 Itn ss, near Fa, pap a w
Bent, saalper ssonU andusaa. leasee te
B . batttSand Mb st a e; rent npr spesss.
SM - -
BIUMI'ROVRS FISlnVaaTTY BspR KAUC.
Faasa. aeteuaadtUtusa gl
asis rf, wil ua ams.
st. bet I sad Sd a e . .
8 W oor KaneLsSan e
RsX'nant JNOSt hsPrT.
3MW stpw,ra ...
par fa st n w, te re
Uweorenataw, tin ..
teal Itaside ace Ba.lit.
tsts ivreeeen at n w. U as
827 ad l B w, 9 r
70kMst aw, Sr
JsRs X s s e. te
1 J rUa t n e. 7 1
V-eitb st n v, S rs
Uk b Can t s w, 5 r
JSH st s w, k ra
Fan upper nut lftjs B i b w. 1 r.
la snaaa te snst at nar
Tbe ae I cy . saoe oi
en bum, pot ibu net ei
Velleswi lasned on the las a nst
skMif iktBi VM SSJS KUUljUi
'As w Hi 6 ucuet nurtUpent
VutUesd Can wt, Rnwandale CenseM.,
" c?''-t. WPj'-r.':
iks7ytae, aim. fitli
fc eanvp 1
-t 1 w
s Te WPf
ijWiwi til WMtotit fBtjrttftfacpiter; siTuate
0sagOtW arttWiej MtWVMI 0 ftWB S3 M
4tl fttjee, $Bpoo
-story frame hos,wttbierfj lot, sltua'o
on Slath street, between B and C se.
SKI Price, 13,000
8-story brtelt home, containing 9 room"
and bath; sire of lot, 18x75; situate on L
08 Price, ft fen
3-story ami backtmlMlec brtek dwf nir i.-,
containing 10 rooms; all modern Iroprnr
meets; situate on comer of Ninth an 1 U
48 Price, J noo.
sVstorj brick honse, rooms and WK
sttpate on I. street, between Sorth Lai K I
and First streets nw.
408 Price, VS0
8-story brtek howse, contarnlng 18 roum
all modern Improvements; situate No '.'-1
K street nw,
488 Prfce, fl0.5.
8-tory brick house, 10 rooms, site of 1 t
85x185; situate No. 1483 N st. nw.
881 Price, tlO 000.
8-story and basement; brtek bouse 1
rooms ami beta; situate on New HampiL'ra
avenue, bet. L and M ste. aw.
4 Price, ,V)0
8-story B-rootn brick house: situate trt
(level and ave., bet. 18th and I3tb. W si 1
4S Priee, ft, 'so
8-story rVroom brick bowse, oe Wal a h
481 Price, 4,?tO
8-storv rVroom brick house; situate cd
448 Price, 15,100
3-tory brick honse, stmtalalng 11 roon 3
and Imth; and all modern Improvements,
sltnate No. 1880 O st. n. w
450 Price, 1 15.C00
Improved proper!) on tbe nortb s, Iccf
U at., wide front.
444 Price, fM.OcO
A large stable property In a delrai H '
cation; now under lease to good ftn.11.,
laying 9 percent.
817 Price, fl(A
4tl Frame dwelling, Grant ave. M- iut
Pleasant. Price, $7,000.
4M0 Pour alley houses, eontalnli 1 t
rooms; each rent for 1 15 per asonth. I'.-i c,
4t S-rootn frame house, lot 90x7 on L
st.se. Price, 88,001).
487 B-story and cellar brick house, 0
rooms and bath; situate oa ColunU'a
llelKbU. Price, JIO.OW.
Houses at Falls Clinreh. Va.
A new cottage, situate only 3 minu'c'
walk from Palis Church station. W X O.
K. K., Vs., eonUlnlngrl rooms, oath an.
try, and trunk room; rise ot lot, 110HW
feel Price, 13,100. Term easy.
ALSO A new eottaes, stltiate only 5
mtnutee' walk from Palls Church stati r,
W. A O. R. K., Va., eootslalns:, pari, r,
dlHlngroo, kitchen, 4 bed-reoms, taih,
servant' room and attic. Priee, 13,VX.
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llauses Is Alesnudrla, Va,
8-story bslek awettrnsr, 18 reoeu, w U
eaVee atusex and Jarea sade lots; situate rn
ear. Duke and nt. Asepti sta.; lot 7kxv ,
S-atory and back buUdtnc dwelling r-
taininelf rooms and bath, lot TOtJt' f
uate No. 014 Prince at.
48 Price, $eVs
S-steey and naek building; brick to..-. ,
rsestslnnig U reesna, sstnate on aoa'tc r
cor. Prince and Patrick sis.
4et Price, $i50C
4-story brick dweUta hestte, bol't ir. ' s
moat what aerial manner, comatut. ."
reoeu, Ue of lot JaUlU.
8BJ Price, 9,v(
patorv and back buUdtne brick t, . ,
containing b roans, altuale on Col ju. .3
at., pear Prince.
stS Price, $1W0
m 8 story brtek dwelling eouse. r
talnusf uf raesnsajad. all modern Iuikk
nteeta; huge ante J, stteate 00 .a
Ws.sejneSoe ens. fnniaoe st., opt- .
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RimiI istate Broker,