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SV UMtunr DEBATE OK THE RA
I J rmm EhECTTOfl BILL
L t Hi BAGHS AM$ftEflf DEFEATED
Bv the nripi, if M 1mm
CF EI6RT U8WTBM0CRAmt&RS
(nrsifion to tt Mmbw Ugh. d
nt-0tort MeTrii MMk to
' M fct- ! Un fa,
xiir Hour, ImMftMety after the
nadlng nf tan tow!, rnnumt the
ilehate on th TBtfflrftt Bottlon bill, the
ixmllng fttiwarfmewt tolag that offered
ly Sir. Lcblbocfc of Ifew Jersey, pro
vJiUdr that the eWef supervisor or
election ot eaoh JtttlWal district ot the
t cited Btathj shaft Mke such action m
Is nrpils!te to secure supervision tn
crry Congvewtonsl district a ii pro
tr. vldcd by ike laws of the United
"Mr Holman of Indiana contenilel
tint there u no occasion for the onnct
mtnt of Ue proposed law. Every mem
ber who jfttl spoken had repudintod the
1)111, as fjfas his Own district was oon
Mr. TaLor of Illinois said that ho
wonted ill law in his distriot, because
it wag i
iHbDKD IN OIltOAOO,
"which wn Jin a port of his distriot.
There nort had been an election held
in Cliicncil in which tliorc was not
cheating rvfitl illegal voting. Ho did not
believe It tvm needed In any other dis
trict In Illltiols.
Mr. Pprlroger of Illinois satd tho Chi
cago Election law had worked satisfac
torily. 114: donlejhthe assertion of Mr.
Ilouk ycttord&y that in a contested
election report "n tho Forty-fifth Con
gress he (Springer) had taken the vory
position oYcupled by this bill.
Mr Ilvd of Illinois opposed the
Mr Ptlao ot Missouri made a consti
tutional tygument against tho bill. He
asserted jv-at Its promoters woro as
,TY OP HIOH TREASON
alio, thirty y oars ao, took up
Inst the Government.
Ihiclianan of Now Jersey ox-
jgrct that tho amendmont cm-
jra tho Republican side, be-
did not tend to perfect the
lemphill of South Carolina said
that lt')iie Mil was so bad that gontlc
u.m wereafrehl to vote for its general
application, why woro thoy such cow
urns a to throw upon the people of a
imrticwinrdlslrlct tho odium of the law.
(.' ngrms shonlrt tako tbo responsibility
aid n.it place it In the hands of fifty
or a hundred men in any ono district.
Tho amendment was rejected yeas,
1 W Bays. 188.
MH. HBMFHILL'b AMENDMENT.
Mr Hemphill of South Carolina
c fTtrul an amendment eliminating from
the Mil the United Slates boards of
canvassers, ami providing that from
j the return of the supervisors tho chief
supervisor shall tabulate and forward
I to the Speaker of tho House, to bo sub-
r initted by him to the nouse, the results
- tbrv appear therefrom In eaoh Cou
,u .i tliitrlct under his jurisdiction
id w hid) this act has been In force.
M- Jiticualewof Pennsylvania fav
nil 'he amendment as preserving a
stim which, In aubstanoe, had been
always In force and under whleh, with
very few exceptions, had there been
any complaint of the action of the State
Mr Itowellof Illinois opposed the
amendment and favored the bill.
Mr. Breckinridge of Kentucky said
that the Mil put it In the power ot the
United States courts to substantially
control tho House of Ileprescntatlvee.
Mr McComas of Marylaud opposed
the amendment and favored the bill as
in the Interest of free and fair elections.
Mr. Mills of Texas pointed out the
msGEns wmen mioiit atusk
from the application of tbo law, Sup
pose the House was. Democratic by
tweBty flvo majority and was so shown
by i ertlncates of the various Governors;
suppose the supervisors certified
twenty Ave majority the other way,
and the Clerk of the House acted upoti
this certificate, what would be the re
sult? Gentlemen ought not to forget
that this was the Anglo-Saxon raee,
iuMMi ttx fonlrMM nf its rlffhts. aad
Ll f never counted the cost of h ilding ami
3Ir. Kerr of Iowa sakl It was the duty
of the House to see to It that the people
of tne country were represented by the
men wooes tbey bad la fact elected to
Mr. Camb ef Kenttteky Mid that he
bad ht-fti a good deal attest
a pubs balast
m H rsftt.s kd haws wakti
au tth the Hoin coeJersew, tit
particular iiaua at itfcassswit castas
that of ctetkj for Bssmrnrs aauiihjfi
m. BftBT MAjMnawji USA
A report of the
oo taw DiurksS of
suaeaoa Mb was
vwMtd, tit wuhjeet aM atiea nttsoad
lares to tint DteUicS of Oohwahia The
ieit wehsfMeito, ad aw i-oa-
A eucieu.v uU lot sha m and
"""smWa1 1fllsw aDsHHHpiVasa HVPsa
Vance made a long speech in opposl
Hon to tne bill.
to retftfem Arms- saw
The Home Committee on Iffwlm
femfons to-day ordered a favorabre re
port on a bill profferM by Mr. Belknap
of Michigan (r request of tfce commlt
t) a ssrbatMrrte for the teveryl htlie
hMwdwwrl hi the iMwe tot petrtrotrtttg
Ctnrn MerrJs llrfdiM t bo Mvlotwl.
The order laaned by Speaker Reed
tor the removal of all sWid In the
cortMon of the House, went into effect
today. Two of the standlteepeni re
fined to be evicted. They will be dls
rwsessed by force If necessary to-nleht.
One of these wae Clara Mortis, the oM
French woman, whoee notion stand has
been a famUlar object in the Capttoi
for several decades. She was on Sand
blight sad early thle morning, and
announced her intention of holding ont
against Speaker Heed ami the whole
Capitol peHCe force, A ntHhber ot
years ago the old woman succeeded in
retaining her stand in the face of a
Morchnnt Tnltors Protest,
A delegation of merchant tailors, ac
companled by a number ot local mer
chant tailors, had an Interview with
Senator HlscooK this morning. They
protested against the sections of the
McKinley bill applying to woolen
cloths, knit fabrics and ready-made
clothing. Thev filed a protest. They
aro especially opposed to the clause
which nuts on the free list $500 worth
of clothing any one coming Into the
the United States may bring with him
for his personal use.
CrlmlBiU Oonrt Jottings.
Today in the Criminal Court
William K. Adams, Indicted for false
pretenses, and Peter Ilurko, for omber.
zlemcnt, wore arraigned and pleaded
George Jones and George Fay (ap
peal policy cases), were released each In
In the unlicensed produce cose of
George Moort, Judge llrndiey issued an
order referring the papers back to the
David Edmunds, n colored boy, was
found guilty of tho larceny of rings
from Mary McFnrland, and was sen
tenced by Judge Bradley to tho lleform
School until 21 years of ago.
A New School llonril Ucilroil.
Doctor ltcyburn and n delegation of
gentlemen representing the Citizens
Committee of One Hundred oalled upon
tho Commissioners this morning and
urged a report favoring tho passage ot
House bill No. 0351, in rofarence to
having a school board of Irustcoe, con
sisting ot twenty-four members, three
to uc soicctcu irom eacu sonooi district,
ono of the threo to be a woman, and
further to define tho powers ot tbo
board and to clve them tbo same privi
leges and powers possessed by similar
boards throuBhout the country. The
Commissioners promised to give the
matter their consideration, but it will
be several days before any action Is
Mcnl Not t'ay the Nolo.
The promissory note case of J. M.
Flnnerty of Chicago vs. K. J. Bills
was decided to-day by a verdict in favor
of thodofondant. It was shown that
Bills hid presumably paid the note, hut
Finnorty alleged that the payments
woro made upon some other transac
tions nnd not on the note. In the ab
sence of any explanation on the part of
Mr. Finnorty, as to tho nature of the
transactions for which Mr. Bills had
paid the amount. lii jury ramilprmi
verdict in favor of the defendant.
Atlantic City, Capo Slav or Hen Ulo
City Kicunlon Tickets Only Five
Dollar via I'enntylvanln Itallroail,
Tho Pennsylvania Ballroad Company
will sell on Thursday, July U, excursion
tickets from Washington to Atlantic
City, Cape May or Sea Isle City, N. J
at the low rate of $5 for the round trip.
These tickets will be good going only
on thell a. m. train from Baltimore
and Potomac station, corner Sixth and
B streets, on Thursday, July 3, and
good to return on any regular train, ex
cepting tho limited express, up to and
Includlne July 8.
Holler aiukeri on a Strike,
PiTTSBinia, Pa., July 1. All of the
boiler makers, blaeksmlths and helpers
employed In the boiler shops in Pitts
buig and Allegheny, except In the two
shops of James Beese and one shop of
Dougherty & Morrison, went out on a
strike to-day. Twenty shops are elesed
and about 3,000 e inployes Idle. They
demand a nine-hour day and ten hours'
The Ottlear Was Wrong.
The tag end of the Hurd-Blley ease
was heard In the Police Court to-day.
Hurd arrested lilley for using profane
language and calling Lieutenant Guy
and CowuslesloMH- Hubert Ugly names.
The offieer and Mr. Biley were talking
over the police scandal awl sot Ulklag
pretty loud. The Judge held that the
oaheer made a asistake in eNtasine: law
the (ttseusoioa and then arresting Rtly.
The cam was dismissed.
bttuek by a 1'ulllDC llrtek.
CUe afMreoea W. H. Lues, a eol
d btleklayer, white at work on a
Idtng Mar the corner of Fourth aad
.Ucttta, ww struck on the hsaul by a
khuc Wink ad patattUy isiused. lie
shaken to hie kowe, Ko. 17 Fourth
Uiihh lUiriMd in HIUiuari,
UurtMMtli. Jiy i The livetyaad
fsttskf stable of Orta iUiv,
th Kutaw ttieiat. was burned tkto
ftaf, elaaHl h tweaty 1 hMaw
aa MMsy ewiiafge. Loas. ahosat
1 ajMai was ruag la this monlag
htw W. si the ore waa iouawl to
M lmiHteC at Wilis r itrert anrth
itntiisd by thai fotumw Saamt
tfjajsy. Tjsjbsjsji alight
tutus Site Mitttk Wriilos.
w Tswaw JJf l.-icjrihiar 4
JummM ak 4 WUa al
IplllukLugMktD WaasV Hiujiuiilii
OAMT4X. m. r 4uty l nm
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W toy Tei-
Th Guam i (hmmi Teraa, h Um
2" t.TiM. ws4siit-
' z&. jf-J'J r.m,:mm9y.1'r
- ii iniiwnwi wh mmm assts.
XSjcgMte JriaW Sii
CUT IN A FIflHT.
A Iter Wenxtitl by Anwther in a
This morning Hbout 9 o'clot twrj
boys by the name of James Willi am
and Jam je Kearney heoatne involved In
a qnarrefat Ihe-xietner of Fifteenth
street nl'tr York avenue. They
forif ht fht il while, but when Willlims
sew that Keawry wae cettlng the best
of ft, h whiffi jMt a pocket-knife
arvd crrt him twwW Ihrtc times.
The First Precinct patrol wagtm
was summoned and the wmmjedroy
removed to the Emergency Hospital
aad Williams waa locked np. The cuts
are of a very serions nature, but not
necessarily dangerous. After his
wounds bail been tfcwsetl Ineywas
removed to his home on ITew York
BE KNEW THE COMMODORE.
A ttllinpso Into the tihnrncier of the
From tht rMlo&tlpMa Ttmm.
One day when I was a boy I hap
pened to he on the piaera of Gabc Gate's
ohl road house, watching the trotters,
when ohl Commodore Cornelius Van
detbilt drove alrm in n small road
wagon, with his Jaws set hard and bis
brows drawn together In a thoughtful
seowl, As he oame along an old hone
man with a wisp of whiskers on his
chin wandered out of the door of the
hotel, and catching sight of the great
railroad king, suddenly started forward
"Hay, Oorneel' come In here; I want
t see yer."
At the sight of him the Commodore
half reined lnhlshorso, nnd losing all
his look of worry and anxiety, cried:
' Hullo, BUI! Whon'd y'u come f
Iotjt Can't stop now. Glad t' see "
"Come on In here, I tell you," said
Nearly everybody was abashed at any
man addressing tho greatest citizen of
New York in that fashion, but the
Commodore seemed to think it was all
'1 will stop a minute," he wid.
Tho two men shook hands, but be
fore tho Commodore could speak tho
old backwoods horseman said with
"You "know the chestnut ooltf"
"With the white stocklnLst"
"Well," said tho rural visitor, with n
smile that spread all ovcrhls face, "lie's
only done 18, that's all. An' you put
mm oui oi yor siauie.
"Ho alnt trotted In 13?" said the
"He's dono that same."
"Bill," said tho railroad magnate,
thoughtfully, but with an air of over
whelming conviction, "I must say that
wncn it comes to a nose, you re
Tho stranger accepted the great com
pliment modestly, and then tho two men
sat on a bench and talked about cross
ing different breeds for speed with tho
animation of tchool boys. The richest
mnn In New York was absolutely ob
livious to time nnd his surroundings,
for It was 7 o'clock when he suddenly
bounced up ami started for home on the
discovery that he was already an hour
late for dinner.
Looked Up n Hick Sinn.
Olllcer Campbell of the first precinct
yesterday arrested Frank O'Oonohue,
who was lyjng on the sidewalk on Thlr
teentli street. It was shown In the
Police Court this morning that the man
had been overcome by the heat, and
after reprimanding the olllcer Judge
Miller dismissed the case.
Killed In an A (Tray.
affray on the Virginia side of the Long
Bridge, was hit In the head with a
stone, died at Freedman's Hospital this
morning. The fracas occurred on Sat
urday night and Harris was Immedi
ately afterward brought to the hospital.
The man who threw the stone Is under
arrest at Alexandria.
Ulstrlct CoinuilMloner' Orders,
The Commissioners have ordered that
the days of board meetings shall be on
Monday, Wednesday and Friday of
eaeh week at 2 o clock p. m. They
have also ordered that the pay of labor
ers throughout the District of Columbia
shall be uniform after to-day.
Want a Divorce,
Lewis T. Ruflln filed today an ap
plication for divorce from Julia A.
itutlin on the grounds of abandonment.
from 1tiriHr't Uotar.
Stranger (In Texas town) Who is
the most popular man In the town?
Texan Game Major Twofiagers is,
though he's a leetle disliked Jutt now
for his HBgenlleinanly conduct.
Stranger What did he do?
Texan Well, he's been shooting
somebody every day for the last three
weeks, and you know yourself, stranger,
that evrry day is goln' a UndU to far.
Knew that Old Sundaj-bcliool Story.
The Kev. Piicsraso-rWhat, a Aafa
pok! My son, I hope you are not going
out on the tlvor to tsah on Sauadatr.
Urchin Ko, siree, you bat 1 ain't
I've head o' boye awMing drowned
who went out on tha river tonehou
Sunday--I'm m4' to Hah from the
ere Vcu Vall,
Mhw Weary llfcsteshsg to Use iha-
beat wUsthi-l with
noise would sloe- H
MrVBoreaa Is that sor Qo sw
, t Stuart Wttut i nave mm a
asa wen about use.
wsatty iamv wnti, o you
A Hraaf Uvitar,
Hatfou Are you eajshsai m THm
"Her fathM dries aapn i hMM-
ea. us noonvesijtouoiMTaair'
"Ko. waiyw. hut I'm kutftsy u
a WssW esilsBss eysaBjBjSH
W'ti.iobei lUiUiiisAanA A sea tLiHiiil
wv wwsn?" TrajssBSflBusF ar 'pusf
In A ffitMatv r1JMMMP
"HMit M0 IsttAH
4k tug jsjLWfl ''
JUyi Uu Kbbb Myyaajf aahasttA
1 "tiaiaM'athfuif. Mtlmmmi
lo put a ins .'
yu unaaMiitaiaT aakat
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Ajsd assa tea
BE LIKED THE IDEA.
A Country Visiter aert h TTtatlrt
at the Top or tho uniMlns.
rem thr Jfrn Tort RtrM4.
He was a dear little eontrtfy frtenrlof
mine, but he thonght he kriew all armtrt
the bf city a well aa mj cfly fellow.
He had read the ITew York papers for
years and had the slang of the cosmo
politan down fine.
I was glad to see him when he oHea,
which showed that I really Hhesl Mm
for your bnsy newspaper man has little
time to waste on bores ffom the ww
iry. I found there w a thing or two
that I cnuM show him which wae novel
to him in spite of his yean of news
One day I suggested that we go out
to lunch, and wnen he aconreecerl I led
bim io one of the big office ImHdlui,
and we began to go up, np, up in the
elevator. He held his breath, or at
least his peace, until we had reached
the ninth story, and at last broke ont:
"Thought yon were foro to htneh?"
"So 1 am
"By this route?"
At the twelfth or thirteenth floor
the top one we got out, ami soon came
to a familiar sign which my friend
knew better than to read table d'hote,
as some of his fellow-villagers wrjrohl
have done. But the sky parlor arrange
ment, with a magnificent view of the
harbor and surrounding country, tilted
him with womler and admiration (oo
great for words.
The fifty cent dinner was very good
pnd we both enjoyed it, but he could
not get used to the altitude. "How In
the world," ho asked, "do they ever
get It up from the kitchen so hot? That
Is what I cannot understand."
"Why, my boy, they do not get It up.
The kitchen is up here, too. That
saves the odor of the cooking. Onions
and cabbaoe It all goes, nnd not a bail
smell in all the building."
"Well, I'll be dogonetl! A restaurant
In the nlr and a kitchen In the sky. I
suppose you do your butchering on tho
roof and buy your meats and groceries
from balloons. I'll take tho Idea back
with inc to P town and sec if I can't
work it in our tavern. It would glvee
some very nice cunmuors to tne lower
floors and make occupation for the
garret, wbloh now Is worthless. No
guests can kick, because all will have
to go to the dining-room In tho sky
nnd the supply of fancy rooms will be
doubled, whoop la! say I. It takes
you city chaps to teach us poor hay
seeds how to suck eggs. Wo never
know how till we come down here and
rub the hayseed off our hair. And
that Is a fact, so help me Bob."
Tho WflEe-ltornars' Wrongs,
lit. 1H. Lyman Abbott In if July Fbrim.
Here, then, Is the wago earners' in
dictment of the wages system,
Every man has a right, because he
has a duty, to earn his daily bread by
tho sweat of his brow. The wage sys
tem donles this right to myriads of will
ing workers. In America, the work
iceman's Bldorado, nearly 1,000,000
willing workers were thrown out of
employment in 1880. "Enforced Idle
ness," aays Carlyle, "Is the English
man's hell." That system cannot be
right which turns l.OW.OOO of willing
workers In rich America Into this hell
and locks the door against them
Every man has a right to the product
of his own Industry, under the wage
system the greater part of the products
of Industry po Into the bunds of a few
tool-owners. The woalth of this coun
try has Increased during the past quar
ter century from fourteen billion to
forty-four bijiion. A careful statis
tician estimates that the wages of 5,900,
000 unskilled laboreis were In 168llew
than $900 a year, while the average
-vg mt - MM tu man.'
factures, including skilled laborers,
was but $840 a year. That system can
not bo rlfilit which gives the profits of
industry to the few and compels the
many to live always praying- Give us
this day our dally bread.
Vom lk4 cakeoe JhroU.
"To die of a rose In aromatic pain"
was only a fancy of the poet Pope, bat
If no one in real life has died In exactly
that way the Methodist church choir at
Fort Dodge can at least testify that a
bountiful supply of flowers can make
ore deathly ill. Every member ot It
was seized with a sudden Illness during
the religious services aunuay last,
canted by the oppressive odor of a great
quantity of flowers with whleh the
church was decorated. One may have
too much ot even a good thing. "The,
sweetest honey hi leatbsome in Its own
dellelousaeee, and things so lovely
and aromatic as flowers may be In
Will Not Ho t'ed a Such,
tU FMlUtMf IAsmm.
The logie of the present financial
policy of the Bepublloan party is a big
deficit next year, ApproprUUloa l
ready made, or agreed upon, guarantee
a deficit of not Tecs than f4Jt, 000,000,
and il is probable that It will be muck
larger. A good campaign uocumout for
the ItoBubftean party in 1SK the deficit
A Timely Uxaianla,
Jtrm rU XL funl .
A good many ItepuWtcaas would like
to kave Quay Imnwieiert with iho ex
ample of that Yaw rower who Jumped
ovet hoasd that hie feiWvw might wla.
Quay is getting to he heavy la tho lie
A UoBW(tt) IliiUfrnml.
rrout Uu St rant. An.
"1 wish you were Mae Mr. Busting,"
comptehusl re. Larkia; "bo's so cou
liHsoaln of his wile."
"That's so" Matted Mr. Larkfct.
"You ought to see the alee light weight
sjte he bought to-day for hot to split
khsdling-wood wttn ,1
Wta Mu lluve viW Ym.
Jket iKt P i.Ailui Spirit.
Tim poseimist is a fool. If there
wm nothisg else is th wort m aaahe
rile- a rimpaody the mum fact Ami about
half the huavas race at woaeaw eucht
to he utMcfeot to mate - agMfUe
aat thosk heaven ter having ptr
amkted hhn to be ho-
Uuu't bH4 TMMN
Uiedilot ilif i ask "hlw you ev(
euwot to meet your teJateiaaiiit
HsauwMom It? fir. t &eou,
m. I it mm? tin I go hato the
stwt! Uo"t you tksow it U my face
a wwHia WmiiiMi,,
Ukattoa wyMu'tiouuhe thM
MMt tt aatttesMo oCaawm sou?
Yismimi aieiTmj I U
totte i wommjkom
'ff""""' 'PlBBma 4pp egiRPlllPleTp ami sjlJ'm'Wp w 'j
Aimtmiamt Ilfca Lakgat
fmm M wiSjaiiiHj UmUr-
av BamFHap as aiafBggfBBi gjpw MRPPm
Ht CTMi W
T F not rfim-dipd in scan, fa liable to
twrcme haWtnal ml rhronlc. Draa
tic pnrgativM, hy wri.'ccniTKttlic bowels,
confirm, rather than car, the ftil.
Ayer's Pills betng mtl! efffcttvf , and
strengthening In their action, are gener
ally recommended by the faculty as the
bst c ayerients.
" Having been snbjeot, for years, to
conattpatrnn, withont helng aMo to flnt
much relief. I at last tried Ayer's Pilta.
I deem it both a duty and a pteasnre
to testify that 1 have derived great hem
eflt from their ow, For over two years
past I have taken one ot these pills
every night before retiring. I would not
willingly be without them." O. W.
Bowman, 96 Bast Main St., Carlisle, Pa.
"I have been taklnc Ayer's Pills and
n;ing them in my family since 18ST, and
cheerfully recommend them to all in
need ot a safe bnt effectual cathartic."
John M. Hoggs, Louisville, Ky.
" Pot eight yaars I wa afflicted with
constipation, which at last became so
had that the doctors cowtd do no more
for e. Then I began to take Ayer's
rills, and soon the bowels recovered
thalr natural and reenter action, so that
now I am in excellent health' 8. I
LonghbrMge, Bryan, Texa.
" narinjr used Aret's Pills, with good
restilts, I fully Indorse them for the pnr
pose for which they are, recommended."
T. Conner?, M. II., Centre UrWge, Ta.
Dr. J. C. Aycr St Go,, Lowell, Mass.
BeW by alt DmtrWi nd Detteti la Metae.
ggjf" CHARTBBKD BT CONOKH9 18.
maSKLIJI INSt'UA.VCK CO.
OF WASHITON, D. O.
CAPITA!, AND SUnrLUS, t8t0. Has
never contested a loi by lire, bnt always
nnkes promt I and literal adntments. Dr.
TJanlei It. Clarke, ptm't: nmrfe S. Lemon,
Tlce-preVt; c&arhn 5. nradUSy, trea ; I. Fen
wlck TauBft, seo'y; Will P. Ooteler. am't
SOT1CR TO TAXPATKKS.
Oitice or tub Amwr
rp the District or CaiA-iaiA,
Jl-KB XI, 1880.
A llt will be eompletiKt by JULY 1. law. of
all real property which abatl then have be
come Mifijeot to tnxntlon for the first time,
nnd Ih valne afflxed thereon acconllne to the
rule lor !elii! rent estate. This asew
merit will Include all new utructure and ad
dition to or Improvement of old strootnre
which hare become taxable flneelmt
ment. This office honll be notlfleil of the
removal or destruction of any tmllillnc sinoe
tin) lat antessHient. In order that the sanw
may be deducted from tbe valuation as It now
stands on the tax llt.
Complaints as to m11 assessments oaa only
he heard anI determined between the TlttltO
AND FIHST MONDAY t)F JULY, 1S90.
Dy order of the Commlloners, I), r,
JnKi 't Assessor. l. C.
KHT'TEMI'pn.VIiY OFB1CK OF TUB
fc5' WAHniNorroN loan and trust
1001 F street n. w.
This company issnes cerllBcales of deposit
bearinr Interest as follows: On all amounts
ileioslted for ninety days or more, bnt le
than six month, i per cent, per annum: Si
per cent, on deposits for mere than six
months, bnt less than a year and 4 percent,
on deposits of one year or longer.
Secured Investment for sale.
W. II. MOMbON. See. H. II. WAKNKH.rres.
Charles B Hal ley, Oeoraa F. So hater,
James L. Harboar, John A. Hamilton,
GeorgeE Bartol, Thomas Pomerrllle,
Jtlebard W. Clay, John A. Hwope,
loraco 8. Cumrolnas, J. 3. Swormstedt.
J.J, Darllnirton, Hatterstey W. Talbott,
JoliB Joy Edton, Oeorce Truesdell,
Charles J. Faulkner, H. II. Warner,
Albert F. Fox, A. A. Wilson,
O. c. areen, L. f. Wine,
William U. Onrley. S. W. Woodward.
John D. Lanwr. Cbas. Dea. Wllklneoti,
A. S. WotthlngtoB.
jgy-J. WILLIAM LBK
(smmmumt tn llwn tw's Hnosl.
Braaeh 0ee. 48 Marylaad aye. s. w.
jgy dr. white, omnoroDiBT.
Hie Tenna. ave., opposite Wlltora'a Hotel.
TheBMBst from far ami near visit Dr. White
for remrf from and avoWaatvs or oorns, bUB
ions. dlscsMd oalU aad all other foot
troubles. Hours. 8 a m. to 4 pm. Sun
days, to W. SstablUbad US1. Fee.ft.
5" Agents la Wasblaaten for
THE WHITTIKR ELEYATOR
Of Host on. .
THE BEST ELEVATOR IN THE WORLD.
Over 40 have been put Into the best build
leeslnttashlneton in tbe last two yean by
Estimates promptly furnished. Also agent
for the Wortblncton fiteam rumpluc Maehln
A terse stoek ef Btwlaee aad Boflen, Fumps
and Blevutors on baud.
Warerooma from W1 to 109 Seventh street
a-ET-LADIES! LADIBSI LADIES1
IdS? n. MoCaff erty is the only bat aad
beaBet-fruae maaufaotarer ia tbe ty. Call
and see ber new shapes- Blaaehlsut and
weBsteiti Mraw aad felt bats altered to the
latest styles. Orders vromjftiT aiteaaoa to.
todb a street n. w.
f33Sy-WIIY 'SOT HAVE TOCK SHIRTS
Biade by one oi tbe most oeleWated
cutter ha Aaterieai Frieas sasae as these
third-rate eutters efcaraa. F. T. BALL. & F
PROPOSALS FOR Fl BL FOR lB OF
United is tales &aaat iur ilm tscai year
eBdiaar Juae SO. ltM.-!eaed propoeals will
iwrevchcd Jl'LY i until ) u'eJotk nooa at
tb oalctf i.i the strswaut at Arus. LT. S. Sea
ate, tor fuel, u: Forl.sSS tons, Hwe or htse
uis may tw iiecded), extra hard white ash aa
tbraZTu eoal, tanall lurnace slw. strtud
aodfteefrum liU hapuriUea; : " cord (or a
muM mote may be uasdod) ot best hiefcory
was!, tut In i piece, straight, free from
Sassta aad Ut a medium size, ajut MM curd
Mra moeb a way b needed i of ltbs'
wxid u be taMKtd. tuhed, bsusM,
4. pUl and stured la the TaulU ot tha
ianata. V- S- t'aIUI. at the vxpeuae of tha
ahd Mura at ueh tisnrs ui io u. h ouaati
t!aBsaib) reuuinasl all to b doOrsceat
TBSl WSMH l(U(W U WMTSSW
,t fore tbe 13th day of No
Ttm ' ual
u bv deliver! la
such 4UjUW and at suuh UsBa a Bsaf be
tetjuJeisdV Tta euej aut Wh i0 BOttBds
to tha ton aad tha o nl uuut maastre 1
uhl.i fet to tfcs nurd Tha riicht to rawciss)
tha coaJ. reaMNMUte tha wuud and aUo to re
ject aj.y or all it"U'-'. that my ov isTenM
Isreaertcd Thv lids tuba ladnned ' Pso
posaUfuf Fui! ' .d adaiKMad "aygaaijl
at Ann U a aaeaia " P ASAOAY.
Sasswaa Arm V $ )uteit.Mjyl
lstasFOsULk FOU slfFi
X mast ot JujUmi, W
Juaa , Us) -beaded lo
taflki l...1iniinl ..f Jatf
a&saifyTraci. i. sttU)ay, waaabu tufel.
Krtlitirm"- (or It luedBftn; tuaaual
laai sudbu Jium . laaL will tt raoeivsM
ttl sKkis sBbBAY JULY T.lalV. at
tbauaaoa of tbe Chief Clerk, aid mrta
uaslasu of the buMdio; The siai to voire
l&cu and io reject any or n bids Uta-
Sved Bhuk form aad iaiurmauua sUt
nsjsjC ksOssWOOS IKbTlTUTB,
tmlfnm a prion Uiur:
SpsjBssbaSfelV sya ajsa sasapHPWslBSxavs' vstsssm
STissasBi'l I'll I II ..il asssaaaogiiMui
sMMMBMaeaqi m twtauw.
. aWksPf- CUM'8 Of
nwrr - v
k-asasa tBa uaeaa
- r f
' ff itfT
TIMIBSI- a ifltl isTdB .Ml
T JDS T T R
21 o snth opportunity- etet offered as
Farm prices for rmtMfng lots.
7,600 to 80,009 sqYfSire feet, from
$15 TO $75
beantlfully situated on high groTtnd.
Iots In the Immediate neighborhood
are selling for more than twice the
Homes oon to be erected all oter the
DmVt mM this, Hat eUl awl satisfy
yonrtelf of the onOook for tire citj- of
in i f STitinrr n. w.
eNwrfSemtrttsstntsfer lW Xeorf, btrtitmer
ttt, SS emtl r orn Intrrtton; SOeetsM ftrthm.
ANTED-AN KXPBIHENCBD YOUNG
man to tend bar. Address AI1D8TT,
this office. Jnin,St
WANTBD-A WHITE Otm. FOH OKN
eral honsework in a small faralty,
man, wife and boy 8 years olds German pre
ferred: to the riant party a pleasant home
Bnd pood wages assured. Apply at No, low
Oatn w. ;
WANTED DY A GOOD COLORED LAUN
dres, washlnu and trnnlne to do at
homo; rafereBees given. Apply 1819 H H ay.
AN ADLK ADVEIITISINO. INSUILtNCB,
Safe, Lightnlnp-rrsl-or Book Agent, or
Keporter, ot irreat Isevolr falre, for Uternry
work, lJrco salary, Wrlto London A Hart
ford Pub. CQ..N. Y,
wanted Miser. LLANHOUS.
AiturtiHmtnU WMtfr tliU hnt,for Hissser
fe, SB r fir e imtrtien: tiO ttntt far tArtt.
A FEW DBSIILtnLE ROOMS, WITH
steam power, aood elevator service ami first
olass Janltorsbtp, In tbe POST BUILDING,
for rent at low rates to flrst-elass tenants.
Apply to 8T1LS0N HUTCHINS, 9B Post
Ilnlldlnfc, or FliAN'K MAOUIRE, Superin
AtiTtitnnnUi HnJir tfiii Katl. fmirtitutcr
Uh, SS ctntifDT ont bwren,' M unit far Ukru,
VTOW IS THE TIME. WE WILL PAY
i "bis: raonev" for Rents' Brst-olass see-oad-hand
elotblne. Address or oall at
JUbTH'8 OLD STAND. MB D at, n. W.
AelttrUHHrnm wuttr Mir fiiml, fttr tint er
Uh, K tnU form xnitrttm: SO tmUfer Urn.
T70R 8ALB-A BARGAIN IF SOLD AT
J? onee; s-story ard basement brink house;
. rooms and hath: all mod lmns: sltuatml at
No. 4 I t n w: price Sl.ftW; term one-third
h, tialauee , i and 3 years. Apoly
FRANCIS IIUFTY. HOlFstnw. fe7-P0
'OR SALB-IN ALEXANDRIA. "-ROOM
frame house, lust flnlshlna: nvdrant In
yardi lot lSHU; snue homo: price, isoo. Ap
ply to HOI) BUT J. TlIOMA, Room No. 9, Sis
I?OH BALE-THREE OF THE CnEAPBST
1 bouses In Washington, 100, 108 and 110
lltbstne; two-story and basement, brown
stone trimmings; 7 rooms and bath; eleotrle
bells and pas; price, SS.200 each, t wo oath
balBca to salt or trade for good lots-
l'OK uknt nousiw.
AJatrtutmtnU wwsrHU KtU. few ttnttar
Uli, as C4U far em inttrtien: SO mm far (Am.
irnl 11 f aven w.lTrs
, JU0 00
. ... aw oo
1411 Mas ave. IT rs and stable.
Mil Conn ave, IS rs
Its M st n w, IS rs
lsoeilsia w, litt
irsTQst n w, 11 rs
1T4S Pstnw.lt r
Lafayette square, W M
Ilm CllA Bin 1 B W. 11 M........
SOI Uth st H W.1S M..... M ST
IMS wtu t b w. h rs saw
st Hlllyer Ptaee, m Jf W
.it s st n w. n m
lMHouaWoost, ra Moo
140 stout: Won st. S rs seco
1S11 H1k Place, 3m tepo
101iWtB w.Srs sees
uisKtbstaw, lirs e
1704 MK.T re 4400
liwmustn W.TN 468
m 14th St B W, M r 41 ST
4M 14th st B W. M 400
uie wSke" st"iM;.'.'.'.'"'.".'.''.V.'.V.'.'.. ta w
twertbstnw.straBd dw as po
lata Mb st a w, a r 0
894 lh t a w, T rs
U14 3M h st B w, S r .
issi sist st a w. S ..
Th auova aause a
I be aaaiiiiasil ay P-
alt frtUB our nriSiiiTi oalv.
THOMAi J. FISHER 00..
TXJH HBNT-TWO BKANP JJBW SIX
i toasu tmme hnii. hbtsi.ajsd drybjoa
tteK Bear ehnieiia aad PbUo BWheoI tjs
1-OK HUNT HOOMS,
Adsarsldtawrfs tmttr UU Saad, AsurHaas er
tut. amU far atutotntim; mtuUtfar Am,
HAyisSOME Ft'BNtssBKO I4001U. BN
suite or ktnala, at the BuaSlnBju, ISS
Mb at b w. ovesiuoUat; McFhantun ikiaant.
TjHMt -iw-TWO FUBJJUHM sUKMU,
f sai-J-a tor sis-fcissn. Mo. tse M st b w.
MtsAKY T4J LOA.
OHBY TO LOAN OK KB-L Bel AT K OB
aiat .! sauorttM at loweai rwaa. os
no aatar w-sva sswarssr m
Srtlrtii st a y.
TO UUB OK UsJOB -B-HJ-JTY.
it)., tn La are.
IK ALL .-.
10 UMB OK BaUL s-TATB -KUBITY.
AT AXS i FIR CBT
M0 jf--m- to suit
Oo iHMMlwl Batata rU.y.
US F t n -
ana Flrriii-t"tTCf Cui-ar iU aad F us
t advance awoar ub tjavrad proMrty ta
Wloa up to rs pat eew. oraew.ssr-
v-e. Vila or winwi uus aisorawsa.
a nay-sb asoatUT or ortarly to
W V UUta-1
HtfRRON & BAMIY,
saap1 svssw w
WTlJSrife HOtJBB 1TO. fnV IWinwHrr j
By vtrttniof a eet taw owew of trsBft osfcsaT
irsa, roiio sov, et reft ofieor tne Tanvj leuta us
for the mstriet of CoinmMsxatitl at the writ
ten reonett of the partv sectrreil thereny, sre
TSrsXatS oVlro p.m.. thMlorinteoHh.
etvperty. siteate la the nty of wanin)rton.
IrtstHet of Cfrdum'im to wit- The north
tvwntyjme feet thiee nr-hes front by the
lerth of Mt ftwnrfiei siirfehn in snaee nntn
hfretl Brtj foer, trtfvved by two-story frama
ifweinne-niinse, ke s9K
Terms of sMs- one half sash, balance m
one and two years, with Interest at the rate
of S per centnm, payable tend annually, ami
eenrea ht a deed of trnst on pnpM,
or all eaah at pimhaser's ottuitm. ne de
posit at item of sale. Atl iim-ttatietna and
recorthtaat rirrehaser"s cost, tstim sebs
romplled with in ten days or the property
will he -oM at the risk and -ot of rwnratt-
" PTOOB5AS .t. LfTTRBtU TrBstee.
CVir. Fa. are. and SBth St.
WALTER G. Of TKBTT. Tntstee,
Cor. Pa. ave and SSd s.
FOK 8AI.K AND RfCTT.
r XA- B8TATB BULLBTTH
THOMAS B. WA4MAMA1S, 9T F
Chaairea made Warimmiays and aatorttars.
4rTOtT BMCK AMD FBAMB BNIV8BB F9R
ttll II st a w. f s s r IMto
assstoBMPstn w, fh, srs i,sw
Musnn Bw,h,f rs fu
40 to411B(rS alley w.hh, i rs V
istT ami ! Maownn st a w. i a, 4 rs,
and 8 bh rear 1.8M
asi tosnaMstn w, bh, trs 4JW
m st n w. f h, rs, and t bowses rear 4,o
Sia to S lSth st and Ky ate, bet S O
ave and B ft a a... t,eefl
eni.stnw, b h, Trs S.SH
ssnsRrtn w.ba, Trs S.SW)
methst se,bh,s r- im
MS llthst se,bh,S re MOO
4TLsinw, bh,nil.srs J
1SH sthstnw. f h, m JP9
IMS and ISeO lAwrence st n w, f b, 5 rs.. . S.W0
1WK stne.rh.Srs 10
44SI rtsw.bh. Srs ljgs
sesiethstse, f h, 5rs , 1.SP9
lMSan 1S4T Kstse, f h, Srseaeh I.S0B
V Hope ave s e. b h, 4 rs SCO
TJNIMritOVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Fart lot S. K rt, bet IMh and 17th stsn w.tTw
L at, bet lStb and lfth st n w too
tJsT.bet IMh and 18th (fin- S 75
lmht,btMamFNtsn w ITS
941b st, bet I, ami M sts n w 1 SO
134 st, bet canal aad C sts n w tee
Masave. bet Del ave and lslstn e 1 e
O st, bet 1st and Stl sts n w SS
tl st, bet i ami M n e S
S wcorSdand Lstsn e SO
HOUSES FOR KENT.
6W "Hi st n e. S rs Ht SB
1199 and 1104 Ostne. Sr 00
SOIlSthstsw, Srs 1809
18 Myrtle stn e,7r IT se
loos U st n w. r W S9
Alley bet A and 11, Sd and ithstase,
4 rs WOO
11 Corcoran Hownw, 4rs if fl
4 Plerkla ave n w, i rs feo
SSI Essex Court n w, I rs 8 00
Hear 1(16 M st n w, ft rs ltd
STOKES, OFFICES, BTC.
Hall, W floor. 4io lttbst n w P no
BIS F stnw.ed noor, 9 front rooms.. . 4f08
CIS Tth st n w, room 3 WOO
Strand dwa 1100 Gstne, Srs SB 09
&tranddwaS1SGsta w.Srs 10 CO
Strandrtwtt last Mdnvene, 8 rs ST M
Sir and dwa vm K st n e, 7 rs SO 00
Store 46 Mass ave n w 90 00
Bis Tth rt n w, rooms land S IS 0l
Mranddwa'ISthnml Ilonndaryn w,srs IS ra
Storeroom 491 L st a o 8 01
Shop rear 100 O t n w S00
It) snms to nlt at S per cent.
Tbe above la only a portion of the property
on my bonks. For fnll list oall at ooe for
bnlleila. Issued on the 1st ami 1Mb.
OVER A MILLION DtsTHIBUTKD.
L-.C-I Oi L.I
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY CO.
Incorporated by tha Legislature for educa
tional and charitable nurposas, and It fran
chise made a part ot tbe present State Ooti
slltutlon.ln 1TV, byan ovxbwhslmim roro-
IU GRAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAW
INOti take place iemlAnnuallr (Jtiaa ami
December), and Its GRAND SINGLE NUM
BER DILI WINGS Wka Piaee In ea.ih of the
other ten mouths in the year, and are all
draws la rmbiM.ar iher Aaads y of Musto,
New Orleans, La,
tbertdaatmasirO vftr.ihat we sHperrlse
Sml Annual Drawings of theLoaWW-.Bml
Lottery Co., and In person manage and con
trol the drawlBas themselves, and that tha
same are eondueted with honesty, talrues
and In (rood faith towanlall rUa,afdwe
authorfxe the eompany to uso this eertlfleate,
with facsimiles of our signature attaehed.
In It advertisement."
We tha undarslen t banks aad banters
will pay aft prise drawn In the Lom
Ht LottaHa whleh may ba presaated at
M. M. WALMaLEY, Fres't La. Nat. Bank.
P. LANAUX. Fraa't S Na. Bask.
A. BALDWIN, Frea't N O. Nat. Bank,
i AHL KOHN, Fres't Ushw Nat. Bank.
(11UND MONTHLY I1RAWIN8
will tB9 itiafl?
AT THE ACADtMYOF MUflC.
TUB-DAY. JU-t JS, IsOS.
PRIZE - - $300,000
testes Twketa at !; Halve. Mi Oaartar,
St; Tantaa. W. Twaatiasb. St.
LlfcT OF FW3BBS.
I FHIJB OF J8W0 U 5?-2
1 FUSE OF B.sl! l5
ur wu !!
or i 9
at PBIBEfiOF l.OSOara..
100 PBISBBOF SW are
0 FBlist-OF SWara
109 Prise of jStWiua
TBUIU. MUb I.
SS0 rMae ol two . ,..
ajx Fr-a usaani-gjo tWJW
AGBkWS WAJrTEB BYBBYWrJBIOt
t?aWvry wUl siasJ53 br.ssw
iilu4i aa cavKiop hsrt. y- rail ad
M. A. OAUHIM,
tdrlrotf sfiif'r' Lsuter ot-taiaM- tatr-
VVK 0LBAB tUnUKsU. BM,
How QcsMN . -
s or taa i-eatoint as ibssisuimii
eoirtrrhujr ia-u4 tat Uw
stcosvta "TbM HtefoM, bosvare all iosl
uv or attoajmoUA suhasaaa--kbkh
tit a senuntB OOCBT
OFTttirMFTBi) TATB ha aacldad that
k- I ..uUui gZnL Luttara Ot. Bas a CllS
UBfam Wamrt-r est HiitsHu:,ii
sV iiamismnw -Ui ttssust -wssiM
- nrssm kssssifssi -d WsM-
vHiirk tasi. B-TsVTtt,
sjaBBBp aiwa-BT -" T . .m
raloa aava a-ra or aay fttrsbse ijajat-aa-
Tra.gSsa ssayspgsp" ffiiT?uiiatfle' sasfc
asm.eillssT"asmssavB- am -IL
st SBI'aiat waBBOstBt sWSBB otm k
BOWy ajB ewsfii Htj)WWifBjgl8t annate
SJjeJtM stM eefeiuasji 0 fejsj fj a
47 Prree, HVWf
etor frrnn trmraefcterfe wt; sittiB-e
cmtk'rtreet, Mir I"
StQVT bftfik iHMMt 9MlilatM 9 roomt
nn4 bth; Mm oi lot. 18t75; mMile on :
4 Prlee, ,ooo.
9 stoft and hack talMltse nrtetr dsrelltnc,
ewtaltithf 10 rO-aaa; atl sBerlUU h-prnte-messtsi
stnate est conm tl jfttttk and U
4M Twee, p,nno.
lHrtry aT!K wwSe 6 tQRaWm AsMl nuihi
Mt.tfy on rtywt, tutrvtu wtli Cftpitol
Mitt Pint itTrsNi nw
Hi Price. fB,sfo
It-story brisk howse, esmtalnlna; H room:
all niodef n hwfsrOfwmeaite; sltosite 2to fi
K street aw.
49B Prlee, 10,.W
S-sterr brtek bows, 10 rooms; slse of lut,
KxlK; sttvate Ko. 1483 X st. aw.
Wi price, 110.000.
9-story ami basement; brick house, 7
rooms and bath; situate on Mew Heropsbira
aretrae. bet. L and M sts. nw.
ssFiwry irjsjfn wrrcr- uuun. Bi.-
Clevelsad am, bet. 18th and 13th, W-'St. l
4f rrlre, l.'i00
9-story tt-room brick boose, on Wsl's. h
481 Pricss f4,ioo
9-eiory 9-reom brick boose; situate nn
t Price, Binr.
3-story brick boose, containing 11 rooms
I and bath; awl all modem InrproTemcrv
slttiate No. WO 0 st, n. w
480 , Price. tl.0
lmprortsl property on the run'h ! 'c
0 St., wide front.
444 VtU-C W -'
A larae stable nropertvtn a i'
cation; now under lease to i . : v "j
payiDt; v per cent.
411 Frame ilwelllnir, Oratf i
neasant. rriee, j7,ow.
4P0 Fotir alter booses. contatTfl
rooms; each rent for 115 Per month lH-t3
49B- g-rooia frame boose, lot SOxTS, oi. I.
et.ee. Price, 103,060.
4ii7 B-story and cellar brick boose,
room ami bath; situate cm Columbia
Height. Price, f 10,000.
Houses nt Falls Ohnreh, Va.
A new cotlajte, situate only 5 minutes'
walk from Falfi Church station. W. ,t ().
. K. X V., containing A room, bath, pan
try. and trunk room; else of lot, 110i',V3
feet. Price, $3,100. Terms easy.
AUK) A new costaca, situate only 5
mlBUte' walk from Pali Church statlor,
Vi. A O. K. K., Vs., containing, parlor,
dining-room, kitchen, 4 bssl-rooaH, bath,
servsnt' room and attic. Price, fSOU,
Vo.ru nf Oroimil .Vorllipuol uwt Mtlh
All of square HM... ............. ...-.... 9So
,l -OOtll lst .. c
14 " 10U....,AMt. .......... HV
naif of nn.. ............. utx
4loU 10e4.... V
it IfRPllaao aaoeeeeaoaaeetstse slK
TC'(sat4 ss , asa 410.
I IWI etaee a eeaaoaaa issst4a
JVfsf too !
Tlssr f saea
HmVPa a se a a '
rBSBH4Ba eoosrao aeaafi
Weeta-e ssrsHS asas
Ileuses lu Alexandria, Va,
S-story r awau, toe, with
eor. Iake and SC Asaph sts.; lot 7x"J.
S-story aad back t-ildia; dweUtoe. r
WrUajr lx room and bath, lot T4HWJ f
e 5o. 014 rrrace st.
aad back btilhBri,- brtek c -r
18 tnnaas- altuaSe oa sou' Lei
eor. Prtace aad Patrick sts.
4M Prt, fd.Vs
4-story brtek dws-tag oa, Bayrt a :
snost siibstasdlsl BjuMsihSf. coba atbixij;
wsmsw; stae a. lot SBxllf.
Ml Prtea, j,v
isbs-HSf 8 n
at., acar Prteec
iory and back bulldlBf brick '
lUuai- tw yeiuu
44, 8-ssory brick dw
taiassk. M room aad all moflc-a i,
meals; taife stdt) jnist; ittuato ot,
waablBgtoa aad Casaaioo tu., Ut
OiiCkrW Ckorcb, A!sash, Va
la kt st4u-i as i4airt t
ss-, Tawas Ostla1s caa. ---
tfafifj seBB 4TmrW
Mii Man Ttsj tBalMfdriiu is lav.
eamj)apftBBasBj sjsjsaasBr bsb samp; sjjsjpat-sswwsv -e a pi
R&iil Ksiat ireket-s