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THE DAIXY CIUTIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, Jl'LY 30, 1800.
AT THE CAPITOL
THE DISTRICT AfTROfRrAtlOJf
RILL IP IR T HWJSE.
DISCUSSION OYB OtfR REItHUtS.
Mr. McAdco &ja a (Mi Wit
the Peopk of
COCKBELL GIYR FEES A RHJHM1A!1&IK.
The On-Mfi-Pwr Palky Dsiiwiwd ia
the. Seflt6"-AB ApfvrwMr Noai-
nated Other PrwwrfiBfs.
Immediately after tue reading; of the
journal to iky fifteen appllaatlotis for
leaves of absence were made Mr.
Cheatlte Inquired If this wmiM leave
tlio House wltbout a quorum. The
Speaker said lie did not know whether
It would or not. Mr. Ckeadle said he
would ohject to aranthig the applica
tions until this question was settled, so
they went over without BCtton.
On motion of Jtr. McCom&a the
House then began the consideration of
the conference report on the District
Appropriation bill. General debate
wna limited to two hours.
An animated discussion followed,
participated In by 3Iesrs. McComas,
Bayers, Heard, and Miitchlor, as to
whether or not tho District's share of
the appropriations exceed the District's
The nolle and confusion on the floor
was so great that It was Impossible to
follow the debate from tho press gal
lery, or even to tell with any accuracy
which side Qf the question honorable
gentlemen were upon.
Jlr. McComas contended there would
bo no deficiency. Ho showed from tho
Commissioners' statement that tho ap
parent deficiency, so far as tho Dis
trict revenues were concerned, would be
f23,200, provided the revenues this ywir
do not exceed thoso of last year. As
the revenues of this year will probibly
exceed thoso of last year, ho thought
the idea there would be a deficiency a
General Henderson of Iowa was ready
to change the policy which has pre
vailed for somo years In regard to ap
propriations. Millionaires couic liure
from all parts of tho country because
half the taxes of the District arc bjtne
by the General Government.
Mr. McAdoo spoUe of tho difficulty of
arriving at any ldoa of what a majority
of tho citizens of tho District wanted In
regard to any particular measure. He
said wealthy people who came
lino for the "season" had
iik re Influence on legislation than
the mass of plain citizens. He favored
giving to the people of the District the
ii(.ht to vtc and manage their own
h til affairs. Ho did not se how any
enc who claimed those rights for bis
own constituents could deny them to
the people of this District.
An unprofitable political dlscut-tlon
then ensued between Mosers. McMlllin
nnd Cannon In regard as to which was
the mere dilatory, with relerenct to ap
propriation bills, the last or the present
TUB DII.L TAMED.
The bill was passed by a vote of 01
to CG, Those present and not voting
were counted to make up the quorum.
In the Senate.
In Senate this morning the resolution
offered by Mr. Shorraan ysatorday for
tho daily meeting of tho Senate at 10 a.
m.. was taken up.
Mr. Cockrell said he would support
the resolution, and made a long statu
ment as to tho amount of business
transacted by the Senate the present
session, showing that public business
had not been neglected or the time of
the Senate wasted. The whole number
of bills disposed of by tho Senate was
1,445. The House has passed 885 out
of 10,000 bills introduced. Of tho
Senate bills passed, tho House had only
passed SSI, while of the House bills
the Senate had passed CIS.
On the House Calendar o( bills pond
leg Jn the Committee on the Whole
there were 381, of which 108 were Sen
ate bills. There were 341 Senate bills
acted on by House committees) now on
the House Calendar, with the iron heel
of the ene-man power securely resting
en that Calendar,
The reason that the House had not
dene more business and disposed of
more bills was that it ignored In its
organization, and in Its ehanged rulea,
the fundamental principle of parlia
After further reeaarks l Mr. Cack.
rtll to the ellect that tb Democratic
Senators would come eiy and slay
late to facilitate legislation, but taey
wanted the Republican SesatoM to do
the same, the resolution was agreed to.
Mr. Morrill then addreeeed tae Seaate
c n ihe tariff bill. He made a gaaaral
suttmcBt as to the efeet of the Mil.
The President seat to the Seaate to day
the following aoi&Iaalloae
Thaddeus 8. Sliarretts of Maryland
to be General Appraiser of Meari, I
under the provisions of Um act aa-
iuuvu dim iu, loav.
Leu- Itesaaarata of IuJaUaa to he
Colaer of tae JWiat at Naw Orlw.
Tu be JtegiateN of Laatl Oaaea -
"W Boberta of CaHloaata. at Sam
wuilo, Cal. , 8. Gordoa of Moartaaa, at
Miles City. Moat.
To be feeatvet of Public otys
It J Mowoe of Ii, at Lawtoon,
Idaho A. C. CoUe of WyeJag, at
To be Indiaa AgesOs. D. T. Rover of
South Dakota, at tie Pta Ug
Agestcy. ia Sootk Dakota; Gaocge
Steel uf Moataaa, at the Btackieet
Agency, la Moalaaa.
r fist m Mir n- Mtttachiiiiiti ft L.
Bartictt, Natkk. Coaaectkat Cheater
Jclut , Taotupsunvilkt Pesuuyl
vaala J. P. Teagardoa, Wayaeeburgm.
Virginia T. H. Smttk, Saacaattar.
West Virginia C. m. Aadatsoa,
Weston. Lotititana Stay M. Batoa,
Ktw Orkaas. Ohio Joaa Basgar,
HfckavUte, WtiHaai P. Beattey. Muf
tea, MfchJkaa, A. D. Lawseaoe, Ta
kuaueh. Iowa H- C. Suite. Dacota.
Mlaaeaott. Chams H. Schouftae,
Eve. The nesalaartoe of Mr.
Tartar at Hkaavtt-. Ohio, was
withdraws at her own requast.
Isajhisl aU efclMba,
"Poor Stnthis." safcl SpttlkaV aVkfai
to day, wltajt the b iowaa's s-
tk of yeaiacda; waa aagami to. "yoar
fetruW. I'ai sony ha wajat aaa -nilftd
He's a s fetlow." Aad
tttn the Pffthrr ataiad. Msw a Sa
sueat'e thotghafai salawiisOM, "SHt a
itf niisfflifcaa or a StaaaflAes juiaa
Mi atiTim'tif uXewil ia the tsaaala
t. dtiy aa f ""yip to the Deaeaeocy
A ipitanWo bill to ppopriaU).t60,(wi
tr. rnnblc the President to execute the
eneogemrfW? of the convention of .Inly
21), 1MB, fnr the relocation of th
fronUer lltMs between the United
8t of America ntl tha
VnJN-d States of Mexico.
Mr. Ptwihan presented In sappott of
the smtndment a letter addteswd to
hlfn ny the acting Secretary of Start,
ttKrsi!it rommntifcatron ot the
MlaHtvT of the Untrert States to Mexico,
natter dnte of Jnvt 87, 19w.
cancer ttnl Wit.
Mr. Congers bffl dlw "Vattt,"
aho imposing a tt ttfMi rafKtat
ing the inaofM(tiit, fah, imports
thwt ami expottattoTi of rottipwifid
lard, was to day reported from
the ttiTtimlttee on Agriculture by
Mr. Dresttrs and cwnmltted to the
Committee of the Whole ami ordered
printed. It was marked "special," ami
so printed. Copies will be on haml In
the morning. The Committee on Agrl
cnltnreisto havetvodas, ami this is
the bill to lie considered first.
i 1. 1 i e i. .i.ai
imi MOKTOQMERY USDECIDSD.
lie Unntfinptntes llestcntnr;, lint Una
Not llellnttely Determlnrd.
Jmlge Montgomery held a session of
the Circuit Court today, and at lis
clow was seen by a Cnmc reporter In
teference to the published reports of
his contemplated resignation.
"I read some of the reports while In
Michigan," replied the Judge "but
did you see what I had published In
the Detroit Free IVim?" was asked the
I did not."
"Well, then, I will say this," con
tinued his Honor, "I have contemplated
resigning, and it is quite likely, but I
have not as yet decided to resign."
"Will you goto Kuropo on the 10th
of August, as has been stated?" asked
"Thatls not decided upon either. I
will know better whon I return to
Michigan, as to whether I will take an
European tour, or go to Lko
"Will you preside at the next term of
'That I cannot say."
Slnr Not Jlecupo Trill Time.
Some weeks ago Frank Foster, alias
Washington Monroe, was In tho Police
Court chareed with bigamy. Through
a technicality the Judge dismissed tho
case. The general law of limitation in
bigamy confines the time to two yoars,
and under this law the dismissal was
mndo. It has been found, however,
that there Is a special act In tho District
making tho time three years. Yester
day another warrant was Issued for
tho arrest of Foster and Detective
Carter rearcstcd him last night.
In the Police Court this afternoon
testimony was heard that has been here
tofore published. The ministers who
performed tho two marriage ceremo
nies were on the stand, as weroalso
Mrs. Foster and Mrs. Monroe. Judge
Miller bound defendant over to the
grand Jury in sfWO lionds.
On Snrntosa' Truck.
S.utATOOA, N. Y.. July 80. First
race Wcnonah won, Miss Dennett
second, Modjeska third. Time, lit?.
Second race King Crab won, Come
to Tiw second, Kverett third. Time,
Third race Belle d'Or won, Golden
Reed second, Wary third. Time, 1 -A 1.
Fourth race Ocypete won, Ktuln
second. Worth third. Time, 1;16.
Fifth race Granite woo, Little Crete
tocond, Strike third. Time, 1 :16.
Sixth race Hamlet won, Whltenose
locond, Darrltter third. Time, 1J.
Sljtterluui ainrUer In rJolath,
DiauTn, Minn., July 30. A brutal
murder was committed last evening on
tho dock at the foot ot First avenue
west. A young man, about '20 yoars
ot age, a stranger in the city, was
stabbed seven times with a long-bladud
knifn about the face, neck and abdo
men by an unknown man, apparently
about -10 years of age. The young man
died shortly after being removed to the
hospital. The murderer escaped. The
whole affair is shrouded In mystery.
Ji aiarrlace a Failure ?
Michael Lawler, who is proprietor of
a restaurant at Noa. 3230 and .fc&S M
street, West Washington, has filed a
bill praying for divorce from his wife,
Honora Lawler. He alleges ill-treatment
ot himself and children and says
that on numerous occasions she threw
lamps at bis head, hit him with a stove
lifter and fired a revolver at him, the
bell passing very near him.
!! HO !! II .!
Nbw Yqiik, July 30. At 2 o'clock
this afternoon the lower part of the
chute In the Western Union building,
mod in removing the debris, fell with a
crash and buried two rasa tmler a raase
of rubbish. One was removed la a
Governor Campbell llenle a 1'oolUU
Columbcs, Ohio, July 30. Gover
sor Campbell ilealee that be seal, as
represeated ia a published iaterview,
he would resist with the State militia
any attempt to eaforae the Federal
BtecUoa bill ia Ohio, If it should be-
ecate a law.
l)0cs .Nat Itecrct tne Asault.
Wllliaai D. Cutlet, the discharged
driver of the House nail-wage, who
struck Poatasaeter Wheat, atatas that he
did aot anoloataa to Mr. Wheat; that
he struck hisa full la the face, aad that
his only regret to that he Ad aot poakh
hiss mote severe.
lltariBB UaiiMg'e U4Be.
IatheHerUot; case thfeaftetaoaa a
number of the saesahen of the West
Bad Fiahlaer Club teatUad to the char
acter of the piace. The haariaf will
probably he coaehaied to day.
atUBwty Grant 61 the ItutargMU.
Fiats, July 30. A Bueaoe Aytes iik
patch dated yesterday eventag states
that ageaeial ataaeety has heaagraated
by foveraaaeat to all who took part hi
QTeriur Uj DttsUatM.
HuntKia.u). I14..4 July . Uov
eroor Ilovey of Iadtoaa has wtsUea a
letter to Uolosai S. T. Le of this city,
Iff iflfog to he a eajatiaaala for Coav
utaaderut'-Cfaiei of the UraaiJ Artay of
a eniimr vumi.
Xdwte Graea. a paiay wrlier, was
iatd MB is the CrtaMaal Court this
uu&. -..- nfamffn .. - if aAu.M vAa
lor the Ueaett ot Uwee but-tUtx tovaet
Caicaeo 'luring the ueatiaai of the tattsr
jhKUMaZlahtpakatlrle( of Odd
rtikrw. Asct 3 te the rauaaateaaia
Kaihuae Coropmy wiU teU iauwioa
tickets to Cateaao at tingle law fur the
tuUUtl Irlu. TukeU U1 be Sold Aagaat 3
tu 6, ui: I tut rcturu uuul 4Ul 11. 1800.
Tuku will uwt be itoupnw Jot ictacs
luMiea tioai itucau Uiut Auaaet 7,
aiat 0a puxUwjmr aaxH he kkotlaeJ aud
the Liikti tikgipai. Ctouttfo to vaJiUrtU
WASirMrTO HORFItTS A t1A8 I
TO THE BALTIMORE CLUB . '
RAMfUrM SUBITT0 A DECISIS
Ihat Wm OtlnmmM BsfcirH Wen
Hi iKikClMe, HVBTf The
Ra af 1li Gaffie QMfed,
The Washlegton Club lost ami won a
eame yetterdsy. The first game at tbe
beglnhint of tbetlilnl Inning wai for
feited to the Daltimores, ami after a
long wrangle another game was plated,
which resulted In a victory for the
home team by a score of 1 to 1.
As Tub Cmitic has icmatketl on
numerotts occasions thtre are umpires
and umpires. Mr. Hunt Is anew acces
sion to the Atlantic staff, although be
umpired last season and was dismissed
for Incompetency, When he made his
Mist appearance In Hartford recently,
the local papers, after seeing an exhibi
tion of his work, were led to remarks
mete In sorrow than in anger, that there
in a NEiannomKti oitAVETAnn
who were better fitted for tho position
than he. The gentleman who made
that assertion had his views wonder
fully corroberated yesterday afternoon.
The trouble occurred in tbe third in
ning. The score was 3 to 1 In wir
favor, and Dnnohue, the first batter,
had reached first on balls. The first
ball pitched to Glcnson struck him on
tbe arm, and, according to tho umpire,
he had thrown himself across the plate
with the Intention ot being hit. Mr.
Hunt's wisdom then bcean to shine In
all Its Irrldcscent glory, for he declared
Glonson out for Interfering with tho
catcher. Tho Washington man pro
tested, and Hunt was firm. Oh, ho
knew his rffchts! And when Gloason re
futed to leave the pinto he took out his
watch, and, after waiting three minutes,
declared tho game forfeited to Balti
more 9 to 0.
the cnowD scnoKD
on the field and for a tlmo things
looked serious, but finally the spec
tators tiulctcd down and nfter n long
wait the second game proceeded.
Had Mr. Hunt known anything about
the rules he would never have made
such nn cgroglons blunder as calling
Glcason out for being hit by n pitched
ball. The rule on which he based his
decision la as follows: "The batsman
is out If ho attempts to hinder tbe
catcher from fielding the ball, evidently
without effort to make a fair bit."
It is a mooted question whether
Glcason tried to get hit Intentionally,
but granting, for the sake nf argument,
that he did, the above rule ia In nowise
applicable. Gloason having been sttuck
by the ball, could not make an effort to
make a fair hit. nor did he hinder the
catcher from fielding the ball, for Dona
hue, who was on first, had made no ef
fort to steal second. Had he attempted
to do so there mleht liavo been a slight
foundation for the plea that the batter
attempted to hinder the catcher. Ob
viously there must exist a chance for
tbe catcher to Held out a man before he
can be Interfered with, and as no op
portunity existed the umpire's decision
becomes fallacious and
niS CLAIM FALL TO TBK OltOt'ND.
Now, nile forty four says: "The bats
man becomes a base-runner, if, while he
be a batsman his person or clothing bo
bit by a ball from tbe pitcher, unless in
the opinion of the umpire be Intention
ally permits himself to be so hit." No
penally Is attached for a player, who in
the opinion of the umpire, Is Intention
ally struck, except that under rule
thirty-three, tbe ball Is a dead ball, and
neither the battman Is entitled to his
llano nor can a base-runner advance a
base.- If he does be has to return to the
bate occupied before the plav. Only
can a batsman be declared out for being
hit by a pitched ball under section 7 of
rule forty-three, which says he is out,
"if, while making the third strike, the
bell hits his person or clothing."
Mr. Hunt nor no one else can find
any justification for
HI8 AB8UIU) DECISION.
The rule he quotes was drafted to pre
vent a play that has been uncommonly
frequent and is ae follows: When a
man etarted to steal second, the better
would wave his bat around, purely to
disconcert the catcher and without an
effort to make a fair hit. Under tbe
rule be would be out. Where no at
tempt is made to steal a base and the
man Is struck by a pitched ball inten
tionally, it cannot, by the wildest imagi
nation, be construed as an effort to in
terfere with the catcher.
Tbe rnost disgraceful feature of the
whole business was its acknowledged
pic meditation. The Daltlmere players
told Hunt at the hotel that (Jleasoa
would attempt to get hit by tbe ball,
and showed him tbe rule above quoted.
He was the willing tool of Darnle, aad
Iuecc for a ilnie the game must be
counted as lost, although there is aot a
particle of doubt but what It was to
he put ashle and ordered to be played
Manager Sullivaa last Bight wired a
fornal protect agaiast tbe forfeiture ot
the geese to Preakteat Bradeu, aad this
nOl he followed up to day with a fall
siateneBt ot tbe af air. Uuat admitted
last sight that he had
&KX IX HI DECUIOS,
aad appeared to regret it very such,
but the mischief was doae. The
Washington saaaagesaeat have also
pioteeted agalaet his further coetia
uaace on the staff of uaipbes, aad as
several other cluhs have iikewiee pro
teated. Haat will probably be out of a
1 he costs of umpires ia the Atlantic
AstM'lalioa is exiraerdiaarUy poor, aad
it seems strange that cooipeunt men
cannot be secured. There to a slight
feeling that U leases should have acuul
ecced la the umpire's decision, hut
ataoae; hall people aad those who kaow
aey thing about the gaiae he did right
is xefuaiBg to coariiue tbe game. It
was the only eiectual protest he coukt
sake agabiat the igaoraace of the us
aire, aaa he did perfectly right.
MUtsiB&vT Yotrso'a orunoB.
Pitskkat Youast, of the League,
this afteraooa is reply to a inquiry by
a Came reporter, said thai Suat's Oe
cieios was clearly 1 1 legal "flUwirw
should have bees gives hisUaftebv
etaad of beta- called out. aad at the
inful if, couhi as pHhltfg nose shaft a
dead hall." he tsH
Wstia auejt an eaalaeat authority as
Mr. Young 'inttaiehtg it aide of the
coatcoveray, the waahlaglifl Clus)
ought aot to fear the ultiisyiatsi hue of
the forfatod aasae.
To day the Waahioftoai Ciuh wall
iy the new uavea tea at uafitM
ark, Doraa aad Daahrie wiU be tbe
The AUaasic iliao'aVl"B ha had
AKOT8MW MIUUH IK TWtSaJWi
tccordiag to the foLkmlng eatMftfiit
frcuai Worceater. Mate.
The Vutcaejksr Club was dlabasdaai
yesatasay aftoraoua. The dirastats
have tke evcnthJuag 1b their power to
keep the club aiiv out 11 Uu-b efforts
have f,u! nnd pn ! -lotial bebil
here is a thing of thepi't. The Kit
stand rr.ii'.o ts: Monday evening, when
a dfcp'iv rf fireworks and a band con
cert w-re given at tbe grounds rojto
ntmiit or tne CUin mi? mnw rw
toA wa all fhe directors IM flnth
Whirr) to pay Mils of over i-''2- he
piay- siintiM are fine mi-m 'B"'J
1. The dtrectorl offered to ruvttto too
f W.3 between the eleven men for Mia
Tlf. up to July 15. Th salary list for
that time arWoWMed to fWO. The play
rs tttre aOre to accettt this asm take
the rest of tlielr salaries fromtte gate
Ttcfipts on the trip, after iwjpj ex
rnse. AVhen the club returned borne
the directors ssM
AJTOTBtn DBAI. "WOtlD BE M UB.
The prayers refnewl to accept this offer,
as the cfnb Is Indebted to the Associa
tion to the amount of over .?300, and
they feared the eatc receipts wonld be
attached. Tbe players were given until
4 o'clock to consider the proposition, as
they were to leave for Baltimore at 0 15.
They had a conference with Manager
Cudworth ami refused to accept the
offer. This answer was relumed to the
directors, and they formally declared
the club disbanded. Cud worth. Metster
and Campion have positions In view.
The players offered to throw off the last
halt of the month if they were pakl in
ftrll lo tho 13th, but the directors re
fusal. They are now considering the
matter of taking their guarantees to the
Labs n on will probably take its place.
THE INTERNAL REVENUE,
TLe Annual It port Uccrenrn In lli
pensea of Collection.
Commissioner John W. Mason has
submitted to tbe Secretary ot the Treas
uiy a preliminary report of the opera
tions of the Internal Revenue Bureau
dnrtns tbe last fiscal year. The Com
missioner says that the total collections
from all sources of Internal revenue
were $112,504,000, an Increase of $11,
700,802 as compared with the collections
during the preceding year. Owing to a
lack of reports in some cases, It Is not
possible to state exactly tbe cost ot col
lection, which Is estimated fit $1,100,
000 exclusive of the cost of stamps
or a decrease of $30,000 as compared
with the preceding year. This would
make the nerccntnee of cost of collec
tion 2.0 per cent., as against 3.2 per
cent, tn IPSO.
Tho Commissioner says further.
"Owing to tho Increased quantity of
spirits produced, resulting In an in
crease of the taxes collected from that
source, as compared with the receipts
of tho previous year, of more than $7,
000,000, as shown In tho accompanying
statements, the expenditures for the
talailes of storekeepers and the fees of
gaugcrs were largely In excess of the
amount estimated when the appropri
ation was made therefore. The result
was there were not funds enough to
pay all of these officers for the month nf
June, 1800, so that a large number of
them are yet unpaid for their services
rendered during the month of June.
To meet this deficiency an additional
appropriation of $115,000 has been
atked for. which has been Included In
tbe cost of collection above stated.
"During tbe past fiscal year exami
nations of the offices of the collectors
of Intctnal revenue have been made as
ftrquently as was possible with the
limited number of revenue agents at
my command, and the reports of these
examinations indicate a generally satis
factory condition of the service through
out the country."
Tables appended to tbe report show
that the receipts In detail during the
year (which are compared with tbe pre
cedlnc year) wcro as follows- Spirits,
i?Sl,0$7,375; Increase. $7.a75.1fl. To
bacco, 83,068.M1; Increase, .$2,002,
180. Fermented liquors. $20,006,534;
increase. $2,21,000. Oleomargarine.
7Se,201; decrease, $107,050. Banks
and bankers, $70; decrease, $0,144.
Miscellaneous, $1011,43-1; increase, $02,
303. Under the head of tobacco the
tables show that the receipts from chew
ing and smoking tobacco increased
$1,248,381; from cigars. $601,513. and
from cigarettes, $40,700. Taxes were
paid during the last two fiscal years on
4.067,860,83 cigars, 2.333,351,680 cigar
ettes. 85,043,330 gallons of spirits and
27,501,044 gallons of fermented liquor.
Tbe collections from some of tbe
States and Territories were as follows:
Maryland, Delaware and District of
Columbia, $3,312,718; Pennsylvania,
$0,SS2,217; Virginia, $3,510,103; Wost
A Neat Little Dodge.
iVm tto taturJay SnUm.
President Hatrlson has made au in
genious (scare from the Cape May
cottage scandal by giving out to the
parly organs that he lias paid $10,000
for the house. We congratulate tbe
President. The next thing after making
a blunder is to convince everybody that
it wa3 no blunder at all and only a
business transaction. Mrs. Ilarrlwn
has our sympathies, for if her husband
really did pay that $10,060 ber feelings
must have beea iadescribahle.
Oraluea Slcua In SJaloe,
Ftom tu BaMgor CmuMrtUt.
A humorous item is going the rounds
of the newspapers, which says ia eJfaet
that as eld New England woesaa has
made the deelaraltoa that "she caa't
say that she r'ally enjoys goiag to
f uaesele, exeeet, of course, those of her
own peoide. It begins to look as
though Maine Jtepuhlieaas were of the
saaee asiad as the obi lady, and were
prepaiiag for lots of fun at the eoaaiag
ljuay't ..Llui" Venture.
rrom fay Sw Ytft &'iumig ItUdtaui.
Quay, the ifeuwhlteaa dumb outa.
has uadertakea to enlighten labor ia
the Pennsylvania coal saining regioa.
He has started a labor paper ia Pttte
toa. The if ectioa aad sympathy Be
pubikaa boasea feel for wotbistgmaa
who have vote will be reflected ia its
celuwae, aad the aew labor orgaa will
thuculer agataat the capHaltole who sup
pott Ha backer. Labor has raaay
fdeada of that sort.
A a AM"Aiwlte MisgAeUaa.
rnmitoXtv Xvt. WmU.
Matthew i. Quay it credited with
startiag a sewapaper at Pittatoa, Pa .
for th purpose of taJtueaciBg the iul
suiaeta. Mr. Quay ought to aurt a
little newspaper to t spkaa the ebjee
which bav heea atajte ajeaiaat hioi as
a atetubateaB boas, hut tt he tt"-M
that the asatier to aot worth so m ioh
outlay he can te4 hk explauitl j to
the iTwUaiiJ have It printed fn. of
ftom 00 aertaMi 4w- .
Th peaaafe ol the force bill ' M
uahe ia the South every .(- uhi
ctoUeu Oesaocrat It would . - a-tiaae-
all taseliifaace and all U -ty
ac4 aal capstal oa the oati Ue tdla
the other would be cuade up ' the
slutaa of our poat-heaum. dvUi . to.
awslieJsaaasaM aia weMsaBBBsaB
mmVQmm Mo kliwi-M
uui ' this, or Oftl rua pu ia
(JUltor dfarieyi a ptieceffiau -OScer
O'Crou OhoTbTi; ,
CM t'uugh yes. aor ciiiy a cii-
The Mn ttho sold the Manor Will
Prank Moore, t ward Lttctoej. Jessie
Bnrlrngaroe. Fr k LoweraA all
yontif botfi. were frl a qnsftttHy of
bad whisky yeMetdn;, afrerrtoo by
Henry Murray of No. 1705 Seventh
Officers Daly and Elgin found the
boys stagTrering anmtt thttrwtsatl
took ihetn into tsusudy. They were
all vety skit, and al to be taken to a
drugstore ttefore bethf sent to their
homes. The parents of the boys wet
IndianaTtt when they learned the cir
cumstance, and they will have a war
i ant f worn out for the arrest of Mttr
tay. Captain Austin gave Instrnctlone
hat tbt fullest Investigation should be
Mrnnt Vernon Lodge, Io. S, K. of P,
fxctirston to Bay Rtflge. Angrtst 0. lm
CDL&ppied mto Died.
HEtSBP-DAIiNKT.-At 8 n. m Jniv m.
1M"0. by the Fev. 8. M. Kewmsn of tbe FlrH
loBcrFgattonal Chntch, in. Wm. II. Il8lw
fit Slnnit funnel, fa., to Mls Josle A. Dab
Bey pf WashlUKton. D C.
(Vltltnore and Rrobmnmt papers rtee
JONKi-rABfONS.-On Jnly tft. 1WO, in
l w Tctk tlly, In the Wrsence of the britle'i
nmthtr and near relative, by iter, .tohn P.
Mcen, Utile B.rarmi3or WiMbinetoo, U.C..
tn thatlea II. Jones of St JVoals. .Mo. rlo
EMBH?ON.-On Telay. .inly , ie,
Carrie I , wlc of George U. Boierson.
Fnuetal trorn roldcnce of pnrent. Oeorfe
W. end VlrtrlnlflMlller.TH Fifth streetnorttt
unit, Thureday, .Inly 31, at I p. in. Iteta
Htm and friends Invited.
CHOWLBy.-On Tnesdav, Jnly a, l0 at
r a. m, or diphtheria, William Joyee. tie
loved son of Jobn T. ami Mantle T. Crowley,
BCfd 3 year?. 3 rnontbs and T day.
Funeral from his parents' rwwenee on
Wednesday. .Inly o, at a o'clocs p. w.
S-JIITH. On Snnday morning, Jnly 8T. at
5Oa. m.,Jtts. ffllea J. Smith, beloved wife
of John A. femlth, 61S Twenty-eeecnd street.
"Tho anpels excellctt tis lu strenRth."
Ihefnnernl will take place from the Nineteenth-street
I'aiHltt Church on Wednesday,
Jnly 30, attp. m.
t UAiiii.n9. uo .inir w. iw m t o ciogk
S.tn.. Deetie A., daUEhtcr of John L. and
Innilc Chambers aged 3 years, S monthsand
rnyate furrral from rrtldenee, m Seventh
utrect Miullicatt, on tho 30th Initant. at
5 p. m.
ltlNES.-CnJnly se. I WO. atlrtOa.m, tf
lyptold fver. Lawrence A. lllaes son of
William T. ami 1;. I., lllner. InthaiKtbyear
of tils flee.
KlLt.EBN.-On TneHtay.JtilysB.IMO.at 3.30
n m.. ncorgeJoiemi.Iefanttonof John F. ami
the late Annie Kllleen.
TYLKS -On Jnly . t!, Ithoye Wtiltney
Tyler, Inlant son of Jo.eph and ttebeoca
1'ltes. aired I month.
FCnLOSSEll.-On Monday. July W. 1MW, at
3:10 p. m Edward Lafayette.' Infant son of
Urn. T. and Emma V. schloeeer, axed i
KSg"M SIllCAN KECimiTY AND TitUST
s3 CO.. 1419 0 Hi n w.-Tbu fompany
will lnoetn AL'OtTlrext tta second rle
cf SK0i0 of debectnrc Iwnds. bvarlnit Inter
eit at ft per cent., payable eml-annnally, -cared
by FIHhT DERD8 OFTIlfTUPm rent
eitate In tbe CllV OF WASHINGTON,
arscnntlnf In tbe aegteeate to HW.on), do
po'lled with the Heal Estate Title Inaurancc
(.'o. cf the Pittrlct of Columbia, trnttem
The bonda will be In tlenominatlonnor 3IO0,
.c and Jl.tw. tiubscrlpttonsat par to the
albte rectlved at tte office nf tbe Company.
1'ElllY V. METZGER, Treasurer.
A.T IWITTOM. I'reldent. Jr-M.lt
CllAKTKliBD BY CONGRKW ISIS.
FRAMCMX tXSVlt&XCE CO.
OF WASUISGT02J. D. C.
CAriTAI. AND SUltFLrS. IMS COO. lift
sever fontwted a Ices by Are. bat always
make rromrt and liberal adjustments. Dr.
Daniel li. Clarke, prea't: ooree S. Larson,
Tlce-pres'tj CnarlesS. Drad ley, treos.il. Fen
wick Ybonr, sec'y; Will I'. Doteler, ass't
35y-WIlY NOT UAV8 YOUR SI1IHT8
s taade by one of toe moet celebrated
cotters tn Amerleat Frlcwt name as ttuxa
tblrd-rate cutters coarxe. I T. UALL, VM ?
tf"TEJIFOHAHY OFHCE OF TUB
' WAhUlNOTON LOAN AND TitUST
tool F street b.w.
This company Issue certificates of deposit
bearing Interest as follows: Oh all amounts
deposited fcr ninety days or more, bat lees
than six months. 3 per cot. rr annum; H
per cent, on deposits for more than six
nvontns. but lew than a year and 4 pttrceau
on deposits of one year or longer.
hecured lsvestmer,U fcr sale.
J! oney loaned.
W. D. llOBIiON. Sec. D. H. WARNER, Fres.
Cbaries B. Bailey, GeorKa F. Sehaf er,
Jaa L. Baxboar, Joan A. namllton.
Oeorfe B. Hanoi, Thoaias SosBervtlle.
Hkbard V. Ciay. Jobs A. Swope.
Ilerare B. CummlDs, J. b. bworfflste.lt,
J. J, DarllatoB, Hattersbiy W. Talbott,
John Joy Baton, (leasee TruesdeH,
Cbarlea J. Faulkner. JI. II. Warsw,
Albert F. Fox, A. A. Wttsoo,
O. f. Greeo. L. I). Wine,
William B. Gurky, S. W. Woodward.
Jobn 11. Lamer, C. besij. Wilkiasoa,
A. t- WorthtogtoB.
igp-DR. WHITE, CHIROPODIHT,
trie Fesaa. av.,owoalte Willard's Hotel.
TBoasacds Irata far aad near vlh Dr. WWW
lor jrllxt lrc asU aToldaeee ol eoraa, baa
loo, dteeated Balls and all otfeer Coat
troables. Huurs, S a. m. to p. u. Saa
i,j.1al. BuUU 4 tW. fu.jl.
AXSiUCAN SUK1TV AND TRUST CXJJI
A- T. BUTTON. FreUt,
West side Fttte th sUeet, between Land
wtu be opea to reoetve Fiuaitare. Cj
rtaaw. SilTwwaie. lric a-brac, tatttarr.
Wine, Trunin of (lotUa. aa valaabUso
all kirds oa Stosaee. Aaraat ts. la-.
aepaiale Locked Iron Compart mnU.
Special Faculties for StoroM ol Silverware.
Flares, Mirrors, Pictures, lad Books.
Goods ot all Dclptlo Carefully Picked
aad Moved wit bout UooM to Owaer.
Theearr Ak laty nt-vnot Buiiar ts
tbe city aot own by the Govewitaeat. Bar
aa$i naas door-
Terms avd fall kafotssatloa obtained at
osf c Aaaerkaa SeearUy aad Tratt Cuaspaai,
Uts G street aosthsMar.
AUtKltT M. KB4B.
(?aeral Maaaev. Vasaaoase Sapt.
4. WLU.U Ul
iMkavCslasT ti) ttsaUsTsf X sst8 OaW)a
m FA. AVE. V. W..
kfraaca oa . 3 ary ave. s. w.
2jKab X -CUiUy.
& Aaeata la Wasfciaetoa lor
TUX WHITT1B8 BLJYATOtt
TKK haVT KUtVATOK Ut TBS WOU).
Oceretbave baeapat lotoUw beet baUd
kaas la atiBton ia toe la two years by
Tasttmatee paoaaptly fatalaaed. Also aaeate
aw the WonBaittoa waaa Pumptai Maeala-
etn. AJo&s&j3lamiataaaa aasaaeera.
A lasee stock oraairiaesaiwBsBtaPaasaS
Waearouow fKkiowSto km Seventh street
saMlhtfttissMtaMsajl ass1 T ftiajf AmsjIUs) JtMf aslsaf W
IS TSJt TltUf. ti WILL VAX
lor nu' ar-oia
A1ilr or call at
ou? Tau. suoaa
mut ga hx- - fsceu. i..va- te.
--- - -
eliaastapaaess mshi A& 4eA jsasr aais er
iejb Wssmi Sr. UmrliM; 90 cmUAtr Ott.
aaXeViaa-arfCiAJL M& -wm.
auaairaa o upiiy JSitt.e
laat au. i iik..! artaaHuaiw oar
tSf m(iiiW ordr aat aad
hftjaat liape warjatyrnrec la the car. Cal)
aja aaa her aaw shajas hlajarWiM aad
afihaaev awaa tad fuft tiats risJtetsfftpfae
wwwmm sassaav aawaw sHfc3 fixTri-
Dl I AK-i MbNI oFRTATE.WASHlNHTON,
.in v 11, lOf).- Sealed prappi will he
rei eitrd .ttb Department ofj state nnt!Il-i
m. ( f the 4Tf! DAVrF AUOUST. !. " ftlt
nlfh wid Deparimftit wRh rtatlonery nad
nMcellncotw arttMes W tjeTfn'!"!
.tntie an, two, in accoMarc" flth a sehednie
.f artrcies Whith will w rttpplicii toj?
stid firms proprwdne m hid. The tlsfht tf re
tort an and all bidi r to accept aey portion
ffyhM or amend the ritiantlty elvonof
any article la the -jhednle M,Mrven. ach
FtrtdcrwUI he rennired tofamlah With h';
Nd a bead, wtth to Mweties, m the mm of
f s.0Mt, a ananmtee of a faithfal perMrm
ance of the contract which mav 1 ,awrdij
him All sample" Tthm!ttd ihonld h left
at the "mtlcnery Ronra" of the Denjrt
nkortAM.roR rrpWRrntRs and
JL Stands.-War Deiaftment, SajmirDt
vTstori. Wa-hWitoa, 67 r., Jnly . iaw.
!ealpd propo-tR In dBBihrare, mbtect to
tte nstial cnndition. wtll be recplyed at ; this
otic, nnttl is o'cloc nooa FRIDAY, Ati
U8T 1.18TJ0. for forntshtng, twelve smtth'i
Premier Typewriter, twelve typewriter
stands and twtlt cepynolder. tMde
are notirleit that no award or formal ac
ceptance of any bid under tbt advertise
raent will be made nntil cotrrc makes an
epnroMtaticn from which fhe pplic called
for can be piiri-hased The Penan ment fi
ferves tbe r!ht to reject any or ali hid ami
to watte defect". Proposal" nrat be tts
crowd In sealed envelope" Indorsed on lee
otMe ''rYopc-al for i'writexi-a
lands," and addtwed to ST R. TfnoRF,
Chief Joppiy Division. jysMo
Atlttrttfrmtnu tjnevr W Kk4, fmr Hi er
tn, at ttrut far em tnetrttm,' GO w for iAtm.
W""a'TB1V-A WHITE GIRliFtm OEN
eral hoiieework In a small family,
man, wife and boy 8 years old; Gemrnn pre
ferred! to the right party a pleant horng
and rood wages asenred. Apply at No. rOSB
WANTBD-BY A GOOD COLORED I.AUN
dre, washing and Ironlneto ilo at
BOtnc: reiareneesi given, appiy igiy.g ay.
AN A1H.K ADVERTISINO. IN8URANCB,
t?fe. UithtnlnK-rod'or.tJook A sent, or
lteporter. ot weat earoir falre, for utaraty
work. Large ealary. Write London A Mart
ford rub. Co.. II. Y.
AittUrvwnU wmfcr MU hmt,fvr limier
Ut, 45 tent for out InmlUm; 50 ttitt far trtt.
A FEW DDSllUDLK HOOM8, WITH
steam power, coel elevator service and first
olaes ianttonhlp. in tbe TOaT DUILD1NO,
for rest at low rates to flrtoIat tenants.
Apply to ST1L80N UUTCHINS, 9 Post
Dnlldtnp, or FRANK MAGU1HK, Saperla
tendent. run SAX.K uouHtta.
AdterUttmmU vmUr UiU uxt, fmr lliuicr
Uu, at ttnU for on inttrtun; CO tmltftr Ihrtt.
F'oit SALK-A DATtOAIN IF SOU! AT
once: 2-stnry and basement brlok house:
1 rooms and batb; all nuxl Imp"! situated at
No. t t n w: price Sl.aoO: terms one third
ca,h. balance t. 3 ami 3 years. Apply
lo FRANCIS 11UFTY. M01 F St nw. feff-eO
Fll SALE-1N ALEXAND1UA. 8-HOOM
frame house, last finishing; nydrantln
yard; lot lxll.V,snnr home; price, I'oo. Ap
ply to ROBERT J. TUOMAa, Room No. 2, 818
FOR SALS-THREE OF THE CHEAPEST
lKmi.es tn Wasblnrton, 10C, 104 and 110
lltli at n e; two-story and baeraect, brown
itono trlmmlnsm; 1 rooms and Into; electric
bells and kbii price, MAW each, i'M OftJb
balance to anil or trade for eood lots.
roit nr.NT itousia.
AdttrtutmmU wwtr'AU Wf, fmrHnner
lui, a& seats for om tivtrtUm; W tmu far fArss.
l 1S Mass ave, 17 rs aad stable Sjpo co
Ml! Kstcw, 13 rs M CO
1011 cona ave, 11 rs isnro
11th at ex.. lira lSOOd
iaMtnw, l&rs ise w
isos Usi u w, 1 rs Itioo
lecoisthstB w.nrs ifw
lrsroftii w, Mrs loo ru
it l'ttnw.ts rs too oo
7611 tlstnw.il re too co
Lafayette Square, is rs
MSKMn w.lirs as 18
Horhat4nstn w. U r woo
sotiuhatn w.Mrs at r
lSltiMliataw. lrs ttoo
IMS Ostnw, lira taoo
m Hlilyerriaee.il rs ttoo
lliSNstaw.il n MM
M N stln w. rs Aseo
aijiststne, 9 m ww
1914 I. st n w, 10 n MM)
CsfTMHn w.iors saw
w Sttnw.lOr SOW
sai 8 t n w, id rs teio
lHHbtollsbtOESt,9rs so Co
lli(Stoecbtoa.l rs &0S0
mi Nis ltt, s h seeo
UiOKtbataw, 10 r eo
me ntht n w. 7 rs vsoo
21 Fst.Trs 4000
WW 1Mb t B w, M M 408
m Tth t n w, tr and Jwr KOO
lawstbstBw.sn so ao
soa lath st a w, 3 t oo
UBS NY are. 5 w 3000
lSSl totb st a w. r SO
115 st h SIB W.fM saw
lMHlhslB w, S rs - 00
ten seta h a w. 6 rs -co
ltMHl aTB w.7rs 25 tu
14M41stSW.M 18 CO
Tbe above aonsee eaa be ftxaauaed ay per
mit from ear oatee only .
THOMAS J, FISHER 4 CO.,
iTOK KENT-TWO UKAND NBW SIX
X reoai frame boawa. Mail aad dryleea
ttoo; Bar obnrebea and pab-Ue seaooi In
Ualoctown. IwjBlreof A.BBfIllBND7H
FOlt HAI.K AND HUNT.
BAL ESTATE BULLETIN
TJJOMAS B. WAbGAMAN,lTF Street.
CbaBeea made WdfielaT aad Satsmtays.
9-4TORY BRICK AND FKAUB HC4WBU FOR
!NtBW, bb.mi.S w flSSO
8KMiw,lt,lN, aad t hoai rear ifim
4litht n w,bh,Sni i.S0
USSUbst ae. bb, in t,m
Alley tt W11 aad 7 tb, L aad HMsiw,
ib.1 w t ym
KLmiw, k t, Tn SM6
an 10 aw i at a , t a, w ijp
ms-iaSltaeitaa u a w, t a, t w um
t aBd4sTwdM at a w, I a. S m 2S
awiStbst se.ba.Sw tm
515 11th its a. bLtn t
4tfl uw,bh,5 r
Myrtle stne. ba.7r
7 T. M aad id M jatie m a . b a. 7 . .
SkGkta . b. Irs
Albw bet 41 and ftth. H J lasiw.
mit-movBa F-arawr? Hat sale
Fart a t, Kat. bet lath aaa ma ataa w
1.K, HSIHIUU auBiw
: at, as jam aaa isu a w
at. hat M aaa Kite aw
at, bet B aad at a w
4a kt, bet L aad xt ate aw
a at, Ww aadtth -is
fish as. bet fw40 u a w
ta ave. bet SI are aad Ut eta e-
MUh i Sm MSttX.
SSSJtUt t a w, partly tar , rs.
IQsta v.Srs. ..-
te I rlda wtvi x.
rats at iv, it.
iCt w,j ..
lUJG w,6 r...
1 1 Mas st a w. 6 n.
is F t n w. Boor, i rruat kmsj.
atr ana ar w w k a
w, s rs ....
Beuouv aad ta.es
fin And daw 11 !
ave a e. I .
su aad ! use
Ul reiuum aad ott
Suit MtG at a.l
Su-4dJwit awl ataa. re all
atottruurt. 1W1 kt at a w- 01
BaU 13 1 t w 13
atttMi m at e e a
19 aaaw ut mt at t afra
The above U ocly a noep
aailatai. tasaeit oa the
VOU. IMttiT WIMtMH.
ehjf tsWia siie fiMsl Wss kT eMi OT
eB seaka4 ffr OM feMsaVHsMb sfahUjjfa&ktaL
1 1 AJIDaOatX FL'tU
XX aolta or iHaaiff, at
gft o W. oervM
-rr" . -
130 axaatf-rBTO mjoagp jtouatj,
Jc siil bl tor gcoUstccu mMliill,
est ol aibe Baaeaaar
Over a Million
La. S. L.
Louisiana State Lottery Co,
Incorporated by tbe Leetetetare for ednca
tional and charitable pwptree, aad Its fran
chise made a part ot the preeeat State Ooe
slltntrea.la 1ST, byae evstr-aauiim rertr-
1 AB TOTE.
Its GRAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAW
1NOS take ptaee Se-at-ABBaally Mnne and
December), aad tta GRAND SINGLE NOM
DER DRAWINGS take place tfl ewa of the
other tea meethe ta Use year, ami are all
drawn in public-, at the Academy of Matte,
New Orleans, La.
"Wo do hereby certify that we sttpervlw
tbe arrangements for all the Moetbly and
Peml-AcntMl Drawttwset tbe Iwhina state
Lottery Co-, and In person oMBare ami ooa
trot tbe ttrawlnae tbeiBeetves, aad that tbe
Mine are conducted with honesty, fan-new
and In rood faith toward all parties, ami we
authorise the company toase thts certificate,
wltb fac similes or onr ttftnatarea attached,
n its advertisements."
Wo the aaderaleaed baaka and bankers
will pa? all rrtiv draws In tbe Louisiana
State Lotteries wWch may be prevented at
If. M. WALMHLKY. rree't La. Nat. Wsnk.
P. L.NAUX, Prea't State Net. Haak.
A. BALDWIN. Prea't N. O. Nat. Bank.
CARL KOIIN, Prsa't Union Nat. Bank.
Grand IWonthly Drawing
WILL TAKE PLACE AT TUB
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
lflO.OQO Tickets at .SZOj Halves,
Quarters, Tenths, l
LIST OF PRIZES:
j prizs OFjafoeo u ssoaee
li'HizKOK wewis aww
1 PRIZE Or 50.0OO is M
1 PRIZE or a,floobi Jo
PRiztor toeare aa
5PRIZJOK SJMar OXW
I'MlZagOF I.(Bare SfcftM
tM PNiaOP 6Wm.
awpNiZKaor aoeare eaMa
seo PRizjBtor 9aM mum
lfleptsof HbSm. IHyBM
taapriaatot J mjm
wepriseaol aWwa -,.... iUM
Mat Wm sawaattag - UWm
ACEKTS WASTO E?tral
tFa ciMi a or aay ttnr iotaw-
ttuB fliMtrtrl wes- lsvto t ) '
wlyV year tce.wi
taaaaadirir wttl Maaaaaaa at
awlastaaa aavateaa Hay xaratl a4-
AM Q-datWUtf lafi&HM 3attMHK Jr)ft
q Yfflg TaA Jfesafia UaM
M. A, DAUPHIN,
"i BBBBBaBBBBBBf BBT
HaNP sflsaWik H-ift-
'-uMJt U t m of itlci
PaBtBBpBpBaia' SBBBSP BBBT BBBBBBBpBamBBBI - ,
at WAaaWa T sam iT40U.
SAVaa ot Ifaai Osafaaa, ao4 tae ttnlijmta are
atjmjd bf tae ieBt ef as taatkiatwu
watar' fliaartaaal Bsrtat ife tvfti'sBaliwSj ai tai
laabasa oesMSa. Taaavaoaa, hearat a at taa-
8fsfW utat tat suPMaB coust
vs TUJi t aMWH) aVaSM sag tmhm at
ite t "'itiiaBs atata luu v Co. aas a OOat
ivcr t asaas trf ltsa oa
etaff Mi MsaakMi fa.rtem brrk
&V!C0ii4stiB)i bsjlwaaa I
S-stmy fraow Mne,wrta tanre lot; situate
on Slrta street, setwtea B and C e.
8TT rrke, f3.000.
a-etevv brfek heme, eemtalnlna: 9 rooms
and bath; stte of lot, 18x7; situate on C
488 Price, ffl.noc
3-ctory and hack rmlldinc hrtck ilwriMrc,
rotitalrrtnf 10 rooms; all modern ImproTe
raente; sftaete on eoraer of Ninth and O
BliBtt 8 BVr
499 Price, JS 1x10.
S-etory brtek boaee, 8 rnnats and bstfc:
stteale on I. street, bet wees North (. ltol
awl First streets aw.
4W rrice, 12.550.
8-M0T bHek bonse, contaltrfmr 13 room.
all BHidern Improremente; sttnate No. W
K street aw.
4 Price, tlO.VX)
S-story brick house, 10 room; alte of tut,
MxJBBi titaate N. 14 N St, aw.
1 Price, 110.000.
9-stery and baeemeiit; brick iumte. 7
roeeaa and bath; sttnate o New UamieUire
aveaae, bet. Laad M ete. sw.
tW Price, 16.500.
sstory fi-room hriek noaee; situate en
Cleveland ave., bet, lata and 13tb, V and
406 Prke, $1,000.
9-stery 0-reom brick beww, oa Wallaih
IS1 Price, H.m
a-siory rroo brick aowee; situate en
448 PrKe, ffi.tOO.
S-atary brick hease. ceatalrdBt; 11 rooms
and bath; and all modern ImnrovstucbU,
sltttate No. I9B0 a st. a. w
4BO Price, tn.OOO,
Improvetl property on tbe north tide ct
0 at., wide front.
444 Prtee, J33.000
A larpe stable property la a dealral'lc I
cation; now andw lease to Rood Ui.il',
paring 9 per cent.
817 Prfce. tSJ-.OOu
4IM Frame tltfelllsie, Oraat ive., MuiirA
Ileatafit. Price, f 7,000.
40O Four alley boaaes, contsluliu; 4
rooms; auca rat for iii per month. Price,
4W e-room frame boiiee, lot 90x75, en
ft. r. Price, H.000.
4W7 8-storr and cellar tuick bouse. 0
rooms ami tlb; situate 08 CotuutlU
HftRlil. Prke, 110,000.
Ileuses ut Va)i Ohnrcd, Vs.
A ww eMtajM, attaate only 3 mlnutcn'
walk treat Kalfi Church atattoas. W it U.
K. K Va., eoatatalnt: 0 room, bath. 1 an
try. and trunk room; aire of lot, lluxljti
icet. Price, f. ISO. Terms easy.
jtUO-A new eottam, attaate only 5
mitiutea' walk from fills Chureli atalljti,
W. A U. K. K., Va., eontalBln, parlor,
dlnlni-rooas, kitchen, 4 bed-rooaa, batb,
servaats' roow and attic Price, (3,500.
Vucunl Utoiiiiil A'orllieuat unit Nnilli
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Houses la Alexandria, Va,
3-ttery brick awUte, 18 rooms, w th
affjee aaaez aad larce atae lata; situate en
ear. Duke aad St. Asaaa ata.; lot 7xuJ.
S-tory aad back boildtef dwrlllnc r r
taialBjKllt rooaia aad ba;kH7VxW) t.t.
aat So. alt Priace St.
488 Price. J5 500
3-atorr aad back bwlldfag brick hnoe,
eaataiaias; 13 rooau: situate oa toutbet
pot. Priaee aad Patrick st.
4 Price, 3,500.
4-tory brick dwaUtag aaase, built In tte
aeeiaauai ataaaar, eowainiBK m
somas; tUtUUH tU9.
Wi Price, $,500
a-ttery aad back batldtaa arick houf,
aaat Biaf rout, Btaaate ae Columi as
t.. aear rVtaca.
m Price, 12,400.
taa8-atory brick dweltutf aotue, ceo
Uia ID Mof aad ali aaMara lprovc
awata; bvge aide yanl; sttaate ou ccr,
Waaa gtaa aad Csrmnni ait., or to to
Old Cariat luca, alivaadria, Va. 'tu
ia tae beat ftHft4'w Alaxaadria. PrWc,
b,0ua. Teraw ttrd caaa, baiacrc
oae aad two .
IseJ &tt ifoJcer,
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