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THE DAILY ('KITH , WEDNESDAY ETENIN(, OCTOBER 1, 1800.
AN OPEN LETTER.
A NUXBSR OF PlRTINSTr ITJTRIB8
ADDltflRSBi TO Hfc iTWMAk
The wii-rb ai?yhm Sissrh
Aeemwai nt Aira fa a llyrnvwMt-
WK1 MftrrWer TWWtU tHe
7' - f.)ti E. TrfJVm, Jf. f ', rttmtr of
f.Virr-rnfirtir, TViWAiTSflfrtst, A V.
Sir If, m rlalmed by ftmr frtanH
you are a ml of Commvm-CMifrcilmnn
'or our DpMriet, It swtiw ptoper that
mrptnple should know somfthlng; of
'sour opinions us affecting onr rin,hla
r,nd our interests. On the 29tl instant,
therifore. I wrote yon m follows-
m Pending the ronsMeratton of the
IItrii t Appropriation Mil In the House of
lterreentatlves on the 9(hh tiny of Jnly
vullmo. Hon. Thome M. Bnn Is reported
to have stated In yonr pretence that In hi
opinion "Coejrree Is absolntelr without
power lo delegate antbwlly to nny munici
pal povernment to legislate for tills Dig
On account of the, vital importance ot
Hint question to our people ami of the
representative relation to our District
nflalts, which you seem to occupy, I
have the honor respectfully lo request
lo be informed whether or not you con
cur In that opinion, l'leaso have the
kindness to write inc at your earliest
lint no reply has been received.
Apparently, to perpetuate an auto
f ratio anil oppressive government In
this District, n combined effort is being
made to delude our people and tho conn
try Into the belief that a municipal gov
ernment for local purposes In this Dis
trict Is nbsolutelr Incompatible with the
Constitution, nnil Air. liayno seems to
have been put forward as the pompous
pretendcrof the jurisprudence of "Chris
tendom" to aid nnd strengthen that
monstrous imposition, which you timely
ventured to sustain only by fuUendo or
You say "tho people como hero with
notice In the Constitution as to the
power and duty of Congress with its
exclusive control of this District." I
first enmu hero in 18)17, nnd found In
this city of Washington n municipal
government with legislative powers
created by net of Conirreso. More than
a quarter of a century thereafter I
came again and found a similar govern
ment still In existence. Hut I never
received any "notice" that Ita creation
and maintenance all that time had been
In violation of the Constitution of tho
United States as you now muster audi
clcnt courage to wtinuate.
I bellcvo It is true that funds woro
furnished by a few wealthy specula
tors of this District to old your election
to tho Fifty-first Congress, nnd thatnn
understanding has existed botween you
and others Interested, to hurry through
tho IIouso of Representatives tho DIs
trkt Appropriation bill, with a view to
cut off discussion of tho merits of the
hill by taxpayers of the District, and
prevent the disclosure of impropor
practices of the District authorities.
ud, should you desire lo have my
reasons, I shall furnish them for publl
c itlcm with pleasure.
I nm a Republican, and I desire that
tho control of our national Government
riinultl remain in tho hands of those
who havo always stood true to the rltg
and sacrificed nnd suffered for Its main
tenance. Hut I havo no fellowship with
an Impostor, who prostitutes his otllco to
ignore and oppress common people,
and to impair or abridge the righU and
prerogatives of Amerionn cltlienshlp.
With distinguished consideration, re
spectfully, H. C. Ci-aukk.
Washington, D. C. Sept. IK), 1800.
TO RELIEVE FAUINE-STRICKEH IRELAND.
An Appeal Issued by Ilia American
Cummlttee for Keller,
New Yoiuc, Oct. 1. The appeal of
the American committee for the relief
of famine la Ireland was Issued yes
terday. It is based upon careful data
gathered from various sources In the
country which finds itself again face to
face with the grim spectre of famine.
The movement Is utterly without polit
ical or other outside significance. It
has no connection with any organization
In this country or Ireland. The jw
unnelot tho committee Is as follows:
Chairman, General James Grant Wil
son; honorary chairmen, ex-President
Haves, ex President Cleveland: vice-
chairmen, James Ilednath, Qeoreo
Vhret, Elliott F. Shenard. James Fhfl
lips, jr. The Sun and Prtu In Now
York, the JViWie llgr In Fhlladel-
f'bla, and the Okie In Boston will pub
Ish the names of contributors.
After describing in vivid terms the
existing and threatened distress In Ire
land, the address concludes' Coo trl tui
tions of money may be sent to the Xew
"Vork Fun (the committee's treasurer)
or through any reputable bank, bank
ing house or trust company. Contribu
tions of provisions and clothing will be
cared for if notification is given to 3l"r.
Arthur Dudley Vinton, the cominlttea'a
a tcretary, care of the New York Prut.
TO MAKE IT A STOCK COMPANY.
The 111 Utr Good, firm of J. V. Far
well . Cu. to KsoricuuUs.
?tEwYonK, Oet. 1. The pfoutiaeat
' ry goods jobbing bouse of John V
Farwell & Co. of Chicago are consider
iDg a plan for the reorgaaiaalioa of
their business by marata it into a slock
rrmtianv to a auaur slaallar In tkal I
trade a few Us&atbs ago by theKew
Y t rls bouse of 11. U. UtftUla Co. JUr.
1'ardnian Burcbwd, tka Br ai's repie
tentatlve in this city, says tkat tka Aria
arc not prepared to give details pub
1 1 Ity When asked If the new cota
t'an) would be cauitaUafed to as lataa an
or.- unt as fo.O&.OOD Mr. Btuchatd
fd'.l it would probably be at a aguta in
cxress of that.
I hi reasons for the con tew plated re-rr.-anlzatlon,
the saae authority aaid,
wire the Increasing years and the accu
r u ated business leapoaalblllues tastta;
t it n the senior wewbaw of the aria,
sn J also that tka tiaia saeaied a favor
it' c one for itoaUag such buaineae
r n Dosiiioas as that coateitudatad. Tha
; Tim it J. V. Fwwell Jfe Cu. U tba cad
r :t ilry goods jubbiag aousa la Ctdcao,
H d Uoux m TltMH o( buainaw istaadfl
r.tally third la raak asaoag tke dry
, d3 jobbers ot tke couatiy. A-Ccotd
if.-; iv the mercaattk reports of Jaau
or yo, the capital of UMftfsawas
( Miixstcd at 14,000,000 and Ma aaaual
i in. Kt,o, Oct. 1 Waea Jobs 'F.
Lumasero uf the aria of Jofca Y. u
wu, 4 t'u. was seua last aUia a at tat
Kiiced to say aaytbiag, but iaaHy
' i It is true that ww ase to ataka a
: v. k eumpaay of tb onu fcosa Uhw M
tnuaxy, but tkai's swbojy's buai-
Trua (w iia MAt Miinliiut.
' itucs Gtdlaeber ta kensair ot a
l m Sswlil tiuct eateodad, was
,. iulg Mi i iu Uy avcuaad of
!iiior l.c luiiiaWa of tba
' ra Ho. M ui-iireelahaa tjtflH-
pur ' ... i uor lluro aad
v . wii at. mJjm or
,nlta abowa Uuu Brealabaa
. i Lit Ika t rvm lh 11 juic f-Ji
i'. that ti-iiU-'L 1 aap
IT WAS A "FAKB."
OAleet SMilhh Dunln lie vCm otWtwi n
11rlfn fmr AlWiiey.
ST(rtetrrtts vef puMlshetl In the rM
this morBins; in which It Is sllejrwl that
Offlrer M alloy of tlw Ktghth Precinct
ws twlw appHHWhwt by OtWeer aiek,
vi ho ofterat fw 1W to (wente hfm a
ppsltfon on lh fttoitnted force, salflf
that he had Influence enmijh at lfewti
qnarters to accomplish this result. It
was also allefetl that Officer SWtrm of
the First Preclnot had admitted to a
lot reporter that a ltentrnant on the
force hail offered to get him promoted
to a settfeantry If he woflld pay ll.W.
Mr. Sutton Imllarmntiy deHeil ever
naylBft anything of the kind. "It's n
m, pare ami simple," he said, "and
the man whw wrote It must have been
out of his lifad. Talking with a re
porter Monday night, he told me about
the M alloy Walter, and I said I dhl mrt
believe it. r.t a word wss said reaanl
ing myself. Last night another rep uter
for the same pajw came to me, and
after reading the article which appeared
this morning asked me If I would make
a statement. I told him It was a lie;
that I had never used such language,
ntver had been approached by any one
with an olTer of promotion, and yet he
dillbcrnUly writes that I admitted mak
ing such a statement, but that It "did
not go now.' The whole thing, so far
as 1 am concerned, Is a falsehood, and
I hope you will deny It as emphatically
"Why even supposing for nn Instant
it were true, wouldn't I be a big fool to
tell any one? That shows the absurdity
of tho story. I have never heard of
money being paid for promotions, and
I don t believe there ever has beer."
Lieutenant Amiss was also Indignant
at tho Publication, for Sutton beln In
his precinct he considered It an Indirect
slur upon him.
Itegardlng tho Jralloy-Slack mattor
no denial has been made yet, and It Is
probable that the matter will be In
vestigated by tho Pollco Department.
Promotions to seraennt are made by ex
aminations, eligible to all second-class
men, while promotions In the ranks aro
mndc In tho order of appointment, so It
seems Impossible for Influence, es
pecially of this character to be used.
HAY TIE UP ADAMS EXPRESS.
Sinn)- Dlnchnrces Urine Mnilo nnil n
Htrlke I Threntrned.
New Youk. Oct. 1 A tie-up of
Adams Express Company is not Im
probable In this city on account of tho
dlsehnrge of seventy flvo employes on
Saturday. Some received no notifica
tion until they enmo to get their pay,
and none knew of what was coming
more than three days before the dis
charges took effect. The discharged
men feel very bllterover thelrsummary
The same system of reduction Is going
Into effect wherever thu Adams express
reaches. Jlen havo been dismissed at
Chicago, Cincinnati and elsewhere.
Said o discharged employe yesterday
"When we asked why so many of us
wore discharged we were told that bus!
ncss being dull economy demanded a
reduction of expenses. That excuse I
too absurd. In October oery ex prest
company has nil the business it can
handle. The men discharged aro old
bands who earned good wages. Oreen
hands at small wages are to be given
our places. It Is not unlikely that out
of sympathy for us tho men retained
may go out and tie up tho business."
Cincinnati. Oct. 1. Manager Weir
of the Adams Kx press Company partly
denies the reports of sweeping reduc
tions in the .person Miami salaries In the
company. The salarlea are not to be
reduced, he says. A slight reduction
in tho force employed will be made,
AGAINST "COT PRICES."
The Drucclit A nunc Int Ion Takes Meas
ure! to Stop tlin Stitctu.
Yestorday'a session of the National
Wholesale Druggists' Association at the
Arlington was devoted to tho discussion
of "cut prices," and cut-price druggists
were thoroughly condemned.
In the evening the members of the
association laid aside business cares ami
enjoyed themselves In a social way with
their ladles and friends. The hall In
which the nice tinea are held was cleared
of seats ami dancing and other amuse
ments indulged In until a late hour.
The music was furnished by the Marine
To-day the greater majority of the
members aro scattered throughout the
city seeing the various points of Interest.
Many carriage parties have also been
made up to visit Arlington and the
A short business session was held in
the meeting-hall this mornine;, ami re
ports and resolutions were received
from the various committees. Among
the resolutions adopted was one pro
viding for the appointment of u com
mittee of three members to act with the
National Wholesale Drug Asoctatioa
and the Association of Retail Dealers
in order to take measures to arrest the
system of cut prices sow ia vogue.
The association will attend the per
formance of De Wolf Hopper's "Cas
tlat in the Air" at the New National
Theatre to night, after which a baauat
will be givea at the Arlington.
Candidate far Warden,
All the Justices of tke Supsasae Court
of the District will return this waak,
aad K ia thought tke etaea of the war
dea of tke jail, uude vacaut by tha re
cast death of Gaaasal Joba H. Crocker,
will be ailed. Thaw are m aral caadi
dataa for tke poaiUoa. tha uaoat poui
aeat baiag Mr. Burtoa R Haas, tha
deputy wartlaa, who tided that uoaidoa
during the eatire lime General Crocker
was ia charge aad wuo is aow acHas;
waidaa. lie Ususougaly uatleiataads
tae duties of the posHioa, aad bis ap
pointment would be a just reeogaitioa
of his past services. Mr Kobert Ball.
the crier of the Gaaatal Tessa, is alao a
candidate. Masasa. J. Frank Milusar,
the ticket agent of the Baltimore aad
Ohio Railroad ia this city, has Neaivad
the JBditfiywfft of a auwslrtir of saasa
bars of Cusianun fiosu Uarylaad, aad
Mr. Frank Millar of Qaofsviowa Is
baakadfer tha puaitioii by tha Grand
A faMaoBtiia Batlty linl.
Oa accouat of 4m nhtMma of a war a
iag Ma-hi a a ptts f stoats lad by tha
Bait Ida Car Coaipaay si tha coraar of
teaoth aatlO atsagaf Ut aight, OshVear
. H. FulW asat with a sarious acci
daat Tha oUrw was driving, ia com,
paajr with a busy, whaa tha vdskla la
which ha waa aeaatd was orttuaad
fH 10 hjocsa xaa away. Hoth occii
pa&ls waca sbagaai ataiM dJataate. Mi.
TuUar had sawasl hoasM ia has tht
aziti tiimkfciM aad ha will ha Luaabbi k tiu
duiv Iuk aaffast lij&ai. tIm IbmIt iiMtaniarf
ajaaia j bb eswamjaav aammB p- apaw aaaa Hpsrpaea
ArLhur ThosM. Irasnga la toa aw
1-lMf mI tha Itoliisaiwaianil Fuiasaac UdA-
a ay Cotapaay , was aaad Ava dmllsjr ia
tUc- FuUe Court to-day Ivr tha lascaay
ui biua tahtfPB frau lUt cOiU(Ma u
u .. bis Qrt uCensi.
mm mmm lowms.
rrTWtl Wllh n Cell In the 9fatfo
f8r CTnTtyfnr n l(nlvcr,
I,m night tt. J. Wtatca. a reiMent ot
ltlchmoinl County. Va , pawed through
ike city returning from Baltimore on
Ws wny to Aresntnlria. whwe ha had
bwn Mmmotwil to SpjueSr In court to
He met Oflfcet Sltsell of th Fifth
Precinct em ITew Jerey avenue ami
sd him wm?re he could flml a cheap
lodalng-houtsi. He had only 3 In
money ami he had to me that. Officer
Slssell volunteered to we that he was
provided with hutting at the station
irmts, and upon ranching tints foitnd
that Pirates had a revolver In his
pocket awl Imrrmlhtely lodftd A charge
against him for carrying concealed
Instead of lieing given a comfortable
lrdglnsr. Skates was locked up In a cell,
was brought to Police Court In the van
this morning, and locked up In tire
dnntfon with all the oilier vagrants and
criminals. Skates Is a wry respectable
appearing man, and when lie was ar
raigned In the court room among a
doren negroes and white vagrants he
felt his disgrace keenly. He was rep
resented In court by Mr Campbell Car
rlngton, who said in transit through the
city his client hail a perfect right to
have the weapon In his possession.
Judge Miller was of the same opinion,
and dismissed the case.
Officer Slssell testified that Skates was
perfectly orderly, and had not shown
or threatened to use his revolver.
Employe ot the I'ontolllro Mnke n
l'reentatlon lo Air. Hum,
The employes of the City Pffrtortlce
met last night at the National Hotel and
presented Mr. Ross, the retiring post
master, with a handsome eold watch
and chain, with n thirty-second degreo
Masonic charm. Captain Sherwood,
the new postmaster, in making the pre
sentation speech, complimented .Mr.
Hose highly, saying that he had never
met n better gontleman or more efficient
Mr. Koss in reply praised the super
intendents of tho office for their good
work, nnd warmly coinmonded the local
press for their aid In promoting the In
terests of tho office. Ho also thank the
PostofTlco Department for Its offorts,
nnd acknowledged Captain Sherwood's
services In a manner very gratifying to
Mayor Hates, chief of tho free deliv
ery system, also made a brief speech,
after which a bountiful supper was
served In tho hotel dining-room.
HIT WITH" A RIFLE.
I low n Sliootlnc (Inllery Kivpor Tried
to Collect it Ilnbt.
There was anothor quarrel at tho
shooting gallery near Twelfth street
and tho avenue last night. Ueorge
Hoblltell, In company with two friends,
John Lamford and James Davis, went
Into the place nnd engaged In target
practice. Some dispute arose over the
amount of money to be paid and an
altercation enueu lietwoen Professor
John Lovls, the keeper of the gallery,
nnd Hnblltrell, during which the latter
was struck several times over the head
with a rifle. Officer Harney arrested
Lovls, and the injured man was driven
to his home, Ulti Q streut northwest.
When the case was called In Police
Court to-day, Hoblltell. the prosecut
ing witness, fnlled to appear, and Dis
trict Attorney Mullowncy asked that
an attachment for him be Issued.
Judge Milter said ho hail received
Information from HoblltzeU's family
that his condition was so serious that
lie could not appear In court and the
hearing was continual until Friday.
SENT TO THE REFORM SCHOOL.
A Hoy 'Who Mured Ntonr on a 1UII
rnad Truck for Fun.
Joseph Drown, an 11 -year-old col
ored boy. was In the Police Court to
day charged with placing an obstruc
tion oa the tract of the Ikltlmore
and Ohio Railroad at Takoma.
The engineer saw him do it.
and he stopped the train la
lime to probably avert an accident. He
caught the boy and turned him over to
the police. Drown said he only dhl It
to sec the cars cruth the stone, but
Judge Miller thought heroic measures
necessary ami sent hlra to the Deform
School during minority.
Secretary Ilatcheller Talks.
Assistant Secretary Ilatcheller spoke
last night at the meeting of the New
York Republican Association at Graad
Army Hall, 0. E. O'Drlen, president,
in the chair. In the course of his re
marks the speaker said there Were no
newspaper men present, aad that he
wished to say soraatbtag about the olvil
service. He thought that a Government
employe needed soflsathlng more than
Intellectual capacity, and that the
present examination could not possibly
test a candidate's woral or industrial
President O'Brien of the association
U secretary of the Coagrasaioaal Caw
paiga Committee, aad oae of the dis
buitiag orneers of the Houae.
The Guy Ou.o.
The Guy case will not be settled for
aacae days yat. Cosawlsstoaar Doug
lass said this atosnlag that tha ansa
would positively not be coasidwad by
the board until Coioael Robert U watt
aad raturaa to tha uJHea. Coioaal
Robert is still isapfoviag but it caa
aot be said whaa ha will ratura to tha
A 3cUgBt uatatal,
'Baddy" Whim was ia court this
saos-ais- charged with a violation of tha
Sunday liquor law. After tha wiUsaatae
for tha govwuuuut had ba sworn
Jf r. . P. Cloas, thadasnadaai's couaaal,
looted for aa arrest of judysnaa. oa
tha ground that tha Infofaaaiioji had
aot neea sworn to. Judge MiuW
gcajstad tha saosioa,
' I.atnie Wu NJI.
Pcoiataor Hatto, tha daaaaag asaauK,
was ia coust to day chasfjad with rusv
aiwg aa unliicsiaard wiiertaaaataal Ha
wsaiaasi hat waak fur thaiaasaagaaaa.
It was shown that ha had baaa told by
tha Coaaasasaioaass that ha did aot a
uuKRa a awaajs) aad asua aattaT sjMk
mnad tha casa
Hhy Ow Mtwuiawt MuV
ftem Ut Xtw i'vrt las.
The ptvuawtt lein-'k-iat that war
cauhl tha wad of Saiuw's thsaad aad
aauaiavakd tha whoks atoofctaf 4U
aaat be ah la to show the una to aah or
hlsd or has os waa ojf asoauulto of shuw
tibwaaiui dia of tha bora ha easalai.
aad which Is lh source of mum Ma
coavf ort to nia aad deash to ao-Muulto
thaa tha jab of Ua paohuaoU If ha
a'aedsaabbj uultttaaaaha wulsiaaoaoa
ail ki life ala liiuue uux of tea. aul
avail a ould be wUIU tat he should
tbcai. i'tu; dia trco aWuk!)' uj
4x.J vvrioac auyakxie ui die n juouuy
nf Nil! bit ilid uelra Ulml 'la' uia
'iiviut i i.l tby ia inui! '. e . -
RECALLING MAROSE'S CAMPAIGN.
tVht !. l the Jadtetmetit Of Vta
rntat er the ritn Setvie t.iw
The Indlclment by the erand jtrry of
John J. Vewr ami Charles A. ifewfon
for vk1atlng tho Cltil Service law re
calls the memorable political campaign
In Virginia last fall wheft (JbTJ M
liojw wa beaten scvefal retigtha In tins
turnMiiatorla! race by Mr. McrTlnrwy.
The contest was a lively owe ad not
withstanding the "sfnaws of war" or
the hnodle wnnot iMklWlR like Re
publican cTchetiuet, "Billy" Mabone
was rflcgated to private Hfe. In
washlncton there was an organl7Ation
known a the Old Dominion Rermbll
can lieagrte of the District of
Columbia, whose headuarter
were st the Leno House. 311
Four and a half street northwest The
proprietor of tire house, C. A Newton,
was president; W.C. Elam, flrst vice
prrsldtnt: D. J. Godwin, second vice
president; E. N. Hill, third vice presi
dent; J. J. Terser, treasurer and Wil
liam Ilrooke Smith, secretary.
A circular, as the Indictment sets
forth, containing all the names of the
officer and Inclosed and addressed In
envelopes, was sent to Mis Margaret
Dingley, a copy latin the llnreau of Edu
cation of the Department of the In
terior, and Paulus P Glass and John
D. I.lgon, employes In the Government
Printing Office, which read as fol
lows: As a tlttten of Virginia you are of coarse
Interested In the campaign how In progreej
In onr ?tte, which Is to determine Its
present political stulns. The Old Dominion
I.esgne was organised to etat la the elec
tion of the n imbltean llcKct, and respect
fnllr asks your co-oteratfon hy your be
coming a member ami making mth fntther
rofltfltniUon to a Win theesmpalgn as yonr
means will permit.
Initiation fee, $1; utter. 95 cents per
.'. A. Newtos, President.
v, m. IlnooKR Smitk, ."ecretary.
This circular, as alleged, was sent to
the parties named September 27. 1S80,
nnd was In direct violation of the Civil
Setvlce Isw, In soliciting contributions
. for campaign funds from Government
Mr. John T. Doyle, secretary to the
Civil acrvlce Commission, preferred
charges against Messrs. Newton nnd
Vcrser. They waived an examination
when brought before the Police Court,
nnd wcro held to ball for the action of
the grand jury.
Mr. Verser. who Is In the folding
room of the Government Printing Office,
was seen by a CuiTtc reporter nnd asked
what he had to say about the Indict
ment brought against him by tho grand
"I do not know Miss Dingley." said
Mr. Vcrser. "I never nsked a man for
a cent, nnd never advised nny one to
my any money for the campaign fund.
1 did not know that any circulars had
been sent out. I will say that I did re
ceive ?6 each from Llgon and Glass,
but It was given by ihem voluntarily,
and I handed the money to Secretary
Smith, which he afterward turned over
to me as treasurer of the league and for
which the secretary hail given me n
rrcelpt. I turned over to President
Newton $100 received for Initiation
fees and dues for membership Most
of It was for that, but some of It was for
the campaign fand. It all came, how-
ever, from members of the league.
During Mr. Denullct's administration
of the Government Printing Office there
was nothing unusual In collecting cam
paign funds from the employes."
Mr. Newton is no longer a resident
of Washington, or proprietor of the
Lenox House. He Is, as learned, pro
prietor of it large hotel, much patron
ised during the summer months, at
Lseeburg, Va. The hotel was erected
by a slick company.
Secretary Doyle said: "People seem
to have an Idea that the Civil Service
law Is different from any other. It is
as binding as any other law upon the
statute books, as much so as the law
against murder or housebreaking. I
tell you," he added, "that before these
cases are concluded In court. It will be
known what the Civil Service law is
and tho penalties attached for Its vio
lation." i -in an
A DISCOMFITED SPOOSE.
Her Intended Deadly Deed Converted
Into u l'rnetlcul Joke.
The citizens of Gllbertsville. Jlont
gomery County, Pa., have been fur
nished rvlth quite a sensation by the
actions of a married couple of that
place a tew days ago. According to
the Pottstown AW the harmony of the
family circle was broken by a rupture
between man and wife, and the woman
In a tit of anger rave her liege lord to
understand that she would get even
with him, even if she had to poison
him, and warned him to look out He,
believing she would carry out her
threat, went to the store throughout
the village and notified tbetu not to
sell her any poison.
Sure enough so the story runs she
was on hand la a short time and asked
for a box of rat poison, and ike uur
chant, to accommodate her. mixed up
a potion, of which dour was the uisln
Ingredient, which she paid for aad left
ike store. The storekeeper ia the mean
time nolined the husband of her i -lions,
aad wbea be went home for bis
seal be was prepared for the next a, t.
'I'll meal was eaten ia silence, and
upon its completion be began to com
Plata of poles, aad Heat lato the ajt
room aad lay down oa tha louaga and
nselaadad to be hdplaasly sick. Tha
ladled ve woman uuk-kly wuat up
stairs, aad Jettiag a iopa dropped it
down through a pipahoia, fasiaaiag oae
end to a bedpost, then cosniag ; down
tails agaia saada a loop, aad placed it
around tha aack of tha apparently sick
ataa. Ska than hurried upstairs aad
drew tha rope taut, aad pulkd oa tha
same until she had. as she thought, her
husband suspended. She than hurriad
out aad lafosaued tha sudghboM that ha
;i niBwelf. Tbay ruahad ia,
id' he was stttiaa oa the sound
coolly agsoaiag his pipe, whilo tus
twaded f rosa the rope was a aasall stove.
The diacosaated wouiaa ran up stain to
escape tke laughter of bar aeixhaors,
walla he explained that whaa saw had
jfoaa, after having placed tha rope
asouad his aaak. h had quickly fast
caad it to tha top of the stoaa.
ntt Its VuwUUa.
fmrn Jfaasay's .
"1 uBdatataad you t iatived to
tha tahlaof Mr letabbas, tha wgajshy
pork pachas . atani tiatas dsitaa jour
star Is Phirairn "
Did you diae en faadlkJ"
coat and veat at every sjaal-"
Tha fataavtiaa as stoMwa- Taaaat
Is cxtwpaaedlu the Boyal Blue Uae Tralus
uuw ruaalua Iwtweea Wasbiagtaa, lal'i
aaansieaWphti aad Saw Yes. a B.
1 0. 8. 1 E.b lartaaaary Uawfcmsti
bated. tiM-lwiWaa '"jflCffst 'af. thy coavbus.
utrlur cc aad skapats 4B am Utatt J
b steam sad Mfbted by Plniach gas- Tho
abU-tekuiupui- ajavica is awVkw'
ct cry car. around tb ocdiUsJ-y travekr
zabag ia Uu; 4a coach, is tatr tow thru u
Umsasm imem u sasaty m guarsV tb
Ujiuk eaesaatve possamfar jlcuvUW tb
ij-lur ur sleeping cars, la catu&ru .
rt. o.ull xwMij(r irt furiliei ,)' I 1
t t iiuuj tUc t.pi. ate 'vaL -.il(
U 1.1 olid ladlto 'U cikU .il
OF INTEREST TO MARTlAld) YOTERS.
ltrKlMVMtMn i,w tntTnntnl Twtt
a prHy w Mirtftf or vrntnti.
A nnrnbtr of r, ipcils of cies of
rfr'stration arising li 't Maty's County.
Md , whlrh hare beet lee1 li recemly,
have a po ujiar interes' 'o MaryUnderi
rwtdlng In this rlt It, the rase of a
resident of this city, named ('amftter,
the rcglotrAtton officer held he wouM
not strike off the name at the September
sitting. The case was takon to conn,
wjien It was held that the fesjfetratlon
r nicer had the authority to strike oft
the name It was further decided that
he could not refuse to tire copies of
the entries made on the reffttrntlon
books opposite any name when applied
for hy any party aggrieved.
The csw of Benjamin F. Brewer was
also decided. He Is a Democrat and
an attendant at St. Elizabeth a Insane
Asylum. He applied for registration
and the r (fleer struck off his name.
Drcwcr contested the action of the offi
cer In striking oil the name on three
points, namely: First, that he is an
unmarried man, ami that his parents
still reside In the county, and that he
has not taken up his domicile or abode
out of the Plate In the meaning of the
statute, second, that he Is an employe
of the United States Government, ami
therefore comes within the exception
allowed by the law of every Slate in
favor of person In the employ of the
t'nited dates Government; third, ad
mitting that he Iml not returned to his
county, and had not taken the affidavit
pretcribed bv the statute of the last
Legislature, lie attacks the constitu
tionality of the act itself.
At the request of counsel, the court
rendered a pro forma decision, adverse
to the plea of the appellant, so that It
could be taken up on appeal.
Wafltilnetnn Stuck rixchnnjte.
Sates TtegUUr Call 13 o'clock m.
1). V. flaof fsei.fl.OUOalOil' 1). C. I.,
ffi.OOOaiasi, Wash. as Bonds V)af)7.
Ecklngton and Soldiers' Home K. It., 90 a
07. col Fire Ins, 1W) a t. Wash. Oa,
8 at tS. Cbes. A Pot. Tel., 80 a Tt; a a 76.
American Orapbonhone, 3R a 1!1; 10 a t5.
Nst. Safe Deposit Co., 6 a 950 American
Se urlly and Trmt Co., 35 a 671.
Mlecellnneoue Hoods U. 8. Electric
Lights lit. fl's. 100: O. 8. Klectric Light
N, G'S, 155; W. ,t (1- K. K. 10-10
id-1Ki, !, W. A Q. Convertible, 6's,
US; Iatilc Hall Ass'n, .Vg, 0 1!3, 10,
Wah. Msrket Co.. let Mort., n't, 108;
Wash. Market Co., Imp., 8's, 110; InlM A
Seahoird Co., 0's, O 1807, ; Vati. I.t,
Infantry, lut, 0s, lwt, os; Wah. Lt. In
fantry, l, Tt, 1WM, : Wah. (las l.tght
Co., Ber. A, (i 'M; wash. Oaa Light Co.,
er. 11, 0's, 1'J0; Hygienic Ice Company, lut
McrU, rt, ; American Security ami
National Hank Blocks Bank ot Wash
ngton, -180; Sank of Kepubllc, ?7S; .Metro
politan, 'J70; Central, 75. Second, 300,
Farmers and Mechanics', IPO; Citizens',
ll: ColumMa, 175; Capital, 11: West
End,97J; Traders', 1271; Lincoln, lln.
llallroad Slock Washington and
Ucorgetown, 8M); Metropolitan, -; Co
lumbia. 7-., Capitol and North O Street,
02; Kcktiigton ami Soldier's Home, V
(leoraetown aadTeunallytown, SI; Hrlghl
lctursnceBtccks Firemen's, in. frank
lin, SO; Metropolitan, H); National Union,
90; Arlington, 15; Corcoran, 5f; Cohtib
bis, 17; OvrrBan-Ameriettn, 175. fotnne
bl; KiKg4,bj; l'enpla'sSi, Lincoln. 5.
Title InauriDce Stuck. Koai JSstaM
Title, l'JS; ColumMa Title, i: WaeMagtoe
Gas ami Klectric Lleht Stocks Wasolnu
ton Gas, -I7i; tieorgetown (jm, : U. &
Klectric Light, IV.
Telephone Stocks I'enasylvanla, 35,
Clweapeake and l'otornac, fi; Atasrieax
MlKellaneou Slocks. Washington Mar
ket Co., is; Washington Brick Machine
Co., 305; tlreat Falls Ice Co., Sufi; Dull
Itun l'siiorama Co., "JO; National Sara De
posit, 3-10, Washington Safe Deposit, 1W
Washington Loan ami Trust Co.. -tj; Na
tional Typographic, 90, Jlergenthaler, 10;
Pneumatic Gun Carrisee, 1; American
Security and Trust Co., 07. Lincoln Hall,
: Hygienic lee Co., id; later-Ocean
Ilutldlng Co.. 50
llt';OINS-UBNHIL'K.-At the roMsace
nf tb bride's parents. SS7 N street northwest,
Mflstlay evtolBit tp ember W, latU. Mr. K.
F. Iluaaia ami Miss Vaadara rUnriek.
rORTS-MAST.-ln naltlawra. frrteiatiar
m. use. by lb Hv. K. o. Bldr4a. Oilvar W.
TMrts and Alaut Oartrade Mast, both or Wash
lagton, I) t
WHITK.-Marlaa A0ataM. wUe o( iwX
Wblu, su.Mwalr, after a short iuaeas, on
Funeral uii Tburday,October8,atSo'olock
l. b. KoUtlvss anil frletula tovited to at
laad. Plesxt omit liowars. Iaterawat pri
vate. IllTCHIN's. Oa Mnadar, aaptBbr dS.
lsee, at SJ0 p u , Prankia, aktest soa of atlai
akd Maaate ilulcbbw, aaU jvars, S swaths
aad 19 days.
PrBaral from bis paraats' resUaaoe, MS
Sevaatb street soathwwt, oa TbarsOar at
o't-loek. Frteads and relatives areraspaet
lullrlmltc! to at lead.
MJKJWN -Departed tab We oa ifiMuiar.
beptembar . W, at ilM p. m.. altar a loag
aad painful lllaass, Marjr Brown, at bur rtl
denc, 11 Twentieth straat aortawast, aaad
Cl'DUfl'.-Oa MgaJjur. &ttabf UK MM.
Frederick Cudllpp. ajed SI years.
KBNXER.-Oa SB4br . laO, MS.H
o'clock p. ., Oaoret) I . Kaaiiar, blovd bus
baad of Marsiarat A. Keaawr
SBTBOTU.-Oa Mossssswr SS, WV.atlp.
at., UlUa Met), balofed wBi of Kobart !xy
both, aa4 M years aad tl bmnmm.
Mrs. ft, T, Whiting,
518 10th St.,T
WUl kam oa as aaatsjua
TULakstUY AM FSttUY. OCT. S ISO 3.
fltsfct asltT hsWwtttaW t
mm mi m wiets
XMM 4U, VSUsaWSUfflK W VllsVtK WY.
m stiusbt samwjtsT.
VaUaad Viauar LaJtwrta'toB now opea.
lti la te seat Una 4 WuoJi Svr aaea
la Waatiksaton. oci to
T AMM WkW IWIU TH8 ftsWVlCWI
li. of a luaa iWialWiad s eUbU)
iaa- Baawetaa saay uoaawi jars k
w imkmt. lira Park, pumw, a a. bat
ie. bat f aad t.
rBAXaVA.aulT IT AlUkC sTul
l e exuuutad, ou i.a i.iu. . . i it.
'. u jJ-J Soldkr-' Ujul HjJ1ji .. -i' . .'
: LLC Lnttu j tli 'iLt t'li.cf ) . -
cI ud Edyis ' .. 4 1 j
. .ii- -- K r
N LH ' N
tWTlTOALB fOOVBRA'm' 0
rtet v wttimhft nf thl unalet In tin
neiston of fh trarte eard to API .ft 1191, ant
tnfptetei In the matter of ooal an1 w.iod
honlil ran on the nrraertfmeil pefore m to
BKR ' for Information, etc VT. tmntly, ana
A t n e. AaT'l Der.; smith Thompmm. 1"
F t n w, if ana P. Pit war nrt ; i. vv.i
iiertioef.rai treaeit t, l!i flat., T. c raw
teit. MSa arene. Pourtfi Aftd.off .r R
Mc(ho, id stria. P n pept ;p W Smilii,
Tlf. B t , Q. M. O off.; L P TlBTIt 1110
a t n w. ffVh a off : L K. WrMleV, T"S
I -in w, Rb" off , Troas,; Jon Worrlanfi,
sr. R t a w Pc nlon off , Dr. .'ojeph .Tony,
"'is r aen w, SWf 0n 's off.; Edward
i -Tton SS5 H it n e. Oov. Ptti'a off.- .t W.
nrha.noMi t n, Oaih RewnaTreas By
itflcr ..f the rotntnttte. 4 w. HARWM,er
fia-v set', lm
obtained by the ne ..f thi
KTJRSrU COWPT.8X mx
Any lady or srritloman
with any kind of "km
blemish shwild tlve It a
trial flattafmtlon mar
anteet Phlttrelf re
more frtrklos. nlmnln.
hlat-k hi-nd moth patih,
r..nrhre and all dleae.i tho skin Is heir to.
PHTt'll t AJSD ! PBR BOf TLB
Warranted torernoyesaperflnoni hair fr'
thr fuee and aritHin SaMntaiiv.ithontlntnfy
to the most ilelwate skfa.
Pree Trtat at oiicn,
!SKW YORK TTHtBT CO.,
Pa. ave andltthst..
KL'NKKA ( OMPLKtmiS SOAP. CBTTB
Lady Agents Wanted.
rBfBMrojkttJT OPFICB OP THK
ICflt P street a. w.
This rompunj- laones cerlrfleates of depott
bearlna Interest a follow: On all amnnrts
depnefied for ninety days or more, but less
than lx months. 3 per cent, per amtnm; Si
par cent, on deposits for more than six
month", t.nt le than a year and 4 imreenU
on deposit of one year or toncee
Beenred InTestnesta for sale.
V. D?lforaON'. See. 1). It. WARNKR. Prss.
John T. Arms. Jeor F. Sehafer,
Charles H. Uatley, John A. Hamilton,
James L. Ilarltonr, Thnmas SometTllie,
CeorjrH K. UaTtot, John A. S trope.
Horace B. rummleas, J. S. Swormstedt,
J. J. lhtrllpfton, Ualtersley W. Talbott.
John Joy Kdson. (leprire Trneedell,
rharles J. Fanlkcer. D. n. Warner,
Albert P. Hoi, A. A. Wilson,
O. I '. Green. L. D. Wine,
William II. Onriey, 8. W. Woodward.
John B. Lamer, Cbas. UenJ. Wilkinson,
A. S. Worthlnatvn.
B33ff-.T1IR SAFE OHPOeHT AND STtlKAOB
AMKRICAX SBCUltnV AND TRl'SP TOM
Now ready for tho stnraceof Pnrnlture,
Pianos, Mlrerwar, rictnres, Mirrors, Trunks,
Carrlaces, and all portable art tries. Park
InrrMovlnfand Shipping by expert. Older
by mall or teteplHine promptly attended to.
Cat' and examine building Ilerdlcs pass
door. Telephone Xi W&.
ALURltT M. HEAD,
ieSt.lm tieneral JUnairtr.
K5Sr"WT OT HAVK TOCH SHIRTS
s-1' matte by one of the most celebrated
cutters In America r Pries same na thoa
tblrd-rate putters cbanre. P. T. HALL, m Y
Kar-rRIT RKLtBWt). DR. WHITS,
tint Penna. are. opposite Wlltart's ll.tel
Tbonanls from far and near visit Ur. Whli.)
italillbm'fit for telli'f from and avoblsnco
of I'ornr, biinl.ms, diseased nails and all
ther foot troubles ttonr. 8a. tSp. m.
Sundays. S toiv Office fee, St per Wlt f.-r
I ultltig the feet In aood older. Ktabllli.tl,
jgf-J. WILLIAM LBB
(baoceetor to Henrr Laa's Soon,
Branch 0ce. 4SS Marrlaml ave. . w.
' Mrs. Mccafferty U tb only hat and
bonaat-fraate maaafaetarar la tbeotty. Call
and tee ber new shape. Uleaeblna nl
PfesalRg. Mraw aad felt bats altered tot to
latest styIs.Borden iproenptly attaadeil us.
iniVinsireM -i. w.
J-PIR8T CLASH Will
WANTBD-PIRST CLASH WIIITB COOK
with refereoeas. Call at lau K st a w.
TirANTEIV-QIBLKOIt G1TNRRAI. HOl'SK-
t work lusawtt family: must stay nbrbts.
"rANTEI-A bhWPKiTABLK. COMPK-
11 teat o.lored tirl for neneral bouework;
must furci.li refvren.t;s and stay at nbrbt
Apply at IIMNstaw. 1-st
irASTKD-A RB8VBCTABLB COLORED
mas and wife to oreunr a ruoas lit w
uwh in n.'iinwwHDru wkiuju iu laeanyiw
Its protection. Apply at rooss No. T, lfSIN
Y are. l-t
- --.. .. - .: . - -- ". 1ST- t.. -
JANTBD-A GIRL POK GENERAL
I housework: referancoa renDlrwl: asust
go boroost Bight. iOTAstse 1 tt
J ANTBD-A WIIITB QIRLTO DO COOK-
tBUland cesteral hoUMiwwk: uo wash-
lug and In.nluic tf it H st n w l-
rANTKD-AOOOl) PLAIN COOK POR A
I small famllr: aLiaa tutellfifent cban.
versBaiu; ooio uus( dshsu KVOSBOWBaad
ins rnpB in- rat
rANTBl-WIIITE UIRL TO DO COOK-
1 tax and BraJ kooaawori;au wasataa
Apply at Mtta t a. lit
PARTBD-A RBCPBCTABI.B WHITE
tui as aurss). Appiy at vwuio si a w.
"irANTBI-!t WUITB QIRL8: 1 AS COM
11 Mttatrook. tbeotbar as chambermaid
and nurse IMS B t a w jjt
rAXTED-A BBLIABLB WHITB UIRL
i for Keaetal housework iu S roau aad
darning by lady; gas ruuuv, no tiro : jtu-od
10; to (Miue at aigni, rennroaces re,uirt-u
tee stb .t u w. a
fASTED-A CAPABLE WOW IX POB
I aeBaral aoasMWotk for aasall fatnllr
Apply at t 8tb t a a. IBJt
"VrANTtI WHITB OIHLTO'fJLKSCAHE
1 1 ot i bildraa mtl metit with keaiawork
fAMTBlt-A QIML TO COOK AND UO
i uNsesal aoasawork: no waabiaur aor
imsuaa; Drtag food iuy ratateassis. San n at
"YVAIkTBO-A i;t)D UIRL !OB Ulk
1 1 arai boasawork; no waablaa: ot Iruidsu
Arpir VMd svesw. Sfl-3t
"WrAWTBU-A aMART WHITB OlBL TO
1 1 work at latlurttw biislnass: on haraag
taparWaaa watattad Apply jtMUtkiw.
"Ar AWTBD-A MBAT WtUTB UtKt To
cook, wash and ivea for assail family,
must u at clgLt. (oud wacos, retotwauaa.
tattUat uw -aWt
T AXTBD-IX PBIVATB VAkULY. PIBaT
t i !as t.-k. must be ooas.-ctaut. tall at
amttmnmw uowashlaa- a3t
TT ABT8D-A KBAT GtBL FaVOkt W TO IS
S4i lad a food bonu) with sJatfUi lalv
CaJI at Sa baa st o . A uwasaa gtrl We
YTmDk NBAT WUITB OlBL fOU
1 ceuoral Bouon.k aad to it with
aa ssoaU tasaUy. satBstnv Mt
"VX7AXTB-niV BEaPKtTI'ABB WHIT
t girl as kousvaiald and waltra la fna
Hy of four most U- veil rcisnineaitid. APPir
batwecB 10 aad 1.' o'clock at 312T Oaabjftat
ave. Wast Wtohtogton 4S-S
AFAMTBD-A BTrLB WUITB WKtWAB
fur geiutfal kouacwork tu a faasur or t
aSBsts w. iv-st
VAKTBl--A KBAT. TIDY CMLOaUD
1 woasau to cook aad do gtacral boaao
work; wfasiMMws. aapfcr wss aat a . sat
XArAfBD-A aOlM 1 ! sl
t ui for tenaral boasawofk,; wastttnf
at uiaat inJ h ii tioosBnwudiid, waaas
gaud r. stu , . Wu
w jtTat aiTl ATSttaa.
y sMID-KY VHaPBiT ABLE OOsVORal
nuMi. situation ujaakieaa as waltar,
can noatfak tef teuuea C,U at Ma L at a w
nA7AMTBo-v a B(aPBcABUL yvtnr
Jlotedglri. 4 I'Uu ibprtvaSa faaaaV;
uk plain took. SooJ rrfretw:s. Applf ins)
sifjaiioo o ok tu ruat class family.
AJbW. i5 B t tst
Tf AXTBD-A SITlATtOX A tUAstlWB
SSdtS AVVXM YH.av ,.
f AXTBD-A BBaPSt rABLk WUIT
W'maa awr. j siiua.ujn a pc3s,te
till yt io wn-l unJ tin-.', alllstiyat
n.ti icier, it.- v'lr.-iX tV.s . a
A.N . t.
I --1 L
AtrAWTBP -BY A RBTTI.TO OOUfi
1 V woman, a ntarc toonnk 10 small pn
anl Skill .iA tkS. SlSSHMWiiii
i?"'"ll- "'. i'" ..-, ''S!"-i"-
i nroT. isti ma avc nw.r snoe wnop
-itrAWTtrrTjav" wt n mt oil
i V ored yrmth n sitnathm; can read, and
i write well; as rrferawee Call or aoMrMS
i ??Jw.'i'thf n
i Vt woman, a plar ascok or cnok With
l'rtt wshlng- thont wasftiaa pwfstwat.
1 Mt. n
TASTRP-BY A torU WOA!. !T
nation rnrse or rhatnuermatd; rer
is Atrwi WS Franklin st w. lilt
1'ARTBD-BT A FBRPRCTART.S COL'O
wrma. a situation as cook Call ot
address 1SS Vtrttttta ave W SO-It
sin, ptai rnnrltnte famtit make her
self generally asetnl and give awtlres befote
and efter school: very small wages; stay
nlM. ITtl Wb st a w
StBD SPrtATIOS TO DO CtKWIRO
for smalt 8rt ! rrlvate famllr or as
i hambiMnail:1t tf f-nnris. Addrs ass
strotf siiey. net 1st and w and B and n e.
that pars gooi
Address 41 Kiln
mow Aa r.AtmDRms
good wate: 1 est ffrneai.
st n an St
rATSD-BY A RRaPRtTABt.BWnfTB
slrl nisei, as elk: hi of ffi
can at imK n h ae n w
, , .'--T V-T-- '-- -'- - - -
HTBD-'AW" imrATRU PRUUCH
ladr smnld ilo wln In families and
teaeh Frsnrh; beat refernees UWlStlist.
TAXTKn-Snt ATIOXAS JU'RSB BT A
I settled rolored woman ffnwi Virginia:
mnt stay at ntght; very ban referwiroi.
A ddres t0 ?th t n w 9H
AMTRt)-HOOM AKD BOARD IX
nrfvate Catbolk famllr: state tarim
Add tea.T. ??!.
WAXTBD-TWO t'SPt'RRlKHRt) ROOMS
for lady and son In the vlelnty of
New York ave and 11th st; rant not to es
eeed SIR Addr A B C, Crltle office, tf
FBW DRA1RABLR ROOMS, WITH
iteam power, good eterator serrica ami flrst-
elaes Janltoreb'p. In the rWfT BOILD1XU,
for rest at low rates to flrst-elas tenant.
Apply to STILfOX HUTCIIINS. US Post
italkllng, or FRAXK MAOUIHB, !tiperln
temlent. rtllt ISI5M' KOO.IIS.
IpOR WBST-ONPllRNIBtlBD-S CMBRR
J' fnl rooms; large closets; gas nnd beat;
pleru! d neighborhood; rrnt M.S0 per month.
ISIS 1th st n w. vn
I70R HBNT-447 KAST CAPITOL ST. TWO
J newly papered ami painted tinfnrnlshed
room on Stl floor: gas, heat and water; only
SIS per month. 1 Tt
FOHHRNT-I4W N8TX W. TWO LAItOB
anfttrnlsbed rommnnlcatlng rooms on at
floor; eewly papered: open Are If desired,
rent low lo rlghi party: referenees. 1 St
JPOU IIKNT-J PLEASANT HOOWS WITH
! board; In modem hone; private family
lib no children SCO A st n w i-st
"IT'OK HRNT-IJNPCHNISIIRK-S PI.BAH
.1. ant, well-lighted rooms, with beat And gas;
convenient to ihriw lines of ears; gentlemen
preferred lWTSthstnw. 1 St
OR HRNT-SKOOM.sOSSl) PI.OOR aSD
1 im d: would rent the basement to mht
parly: Mmrenlent to cars; alo to goo.1 tuhle
iioam. lii-ii. sin w 11
70R HKNT-1WO I.ARtlB NRATI.Y I fR
.1 nlhed room, with .r without Ixiard at
SIS II it 11 w I St
OR RRNT-S OR 3 I NPURNUHBI) OK
nartlr furnihed rooms' mod Inm. lull
n st n w ijv
."OR RBNT 8SSSI) BT N B.TWIM SPI H
J nlsheil eommunloating rMims on Sd floor,
Ith Iis-sst. gaand neorbath; no children
lrOH HKNT-S RK)M8; MOD IMPS: Xelv
I' papered; tent l 17IWhtnw l-tt
IPOR HKNT-M'KNIHUKD- a HANDSOME
1. rommnnlcatlng rHima on 3il floor, with
use of private dining room, central location,
referencas. R. 8 , tbu office. t t
OR RBNT-NBWLY PAPBRBD AtD
nalatid loom. IsL M and Sd floors: fur
nished and unliirnlKbed; grata tire If desired;
Bear car anu iwteis. iainstnw ao-at
IJUJR HRNT-rUKMIJllED APARTMKNTs)
I1 In eleaant titivate bouse: no ohlltlnin hot
and cold water: eleotric bells and modern '
iraprorrmenls; In bst location Iu nortbwet. i
A ddriws A M. C . this oMce .W-tt
l?OR HENT-1H SW W. Pl'KNISIIKO
J1 rooms, single or rommuolcatlnc; wttb or
wli bout board; parlor anit bed room. 1st or
vd Boor: large, well lighted and ventilated:
ternr moderata. 1HK
170RHBT-a UXfl'RNIfcltRD ROOMS. SD 1
L floor; south I root; just papered; boasa
sew. no children lakes, raferrncee nutttrad
lT Hilns M.St
mas. rorm. M floor: south front: nrivata
family Ulfijst. aMt
T70R RBT-WUOLB OP SD FLOOR: POI K
. rooms; all front; unfurnished , no children.
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At SS5 It at a w.
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L eommunliatlug rooms, suttabla for bowo
kei4Mt; modern lmproBMets; tarsa Haas
of ear pass the c oor; rest rvasoaabla to par
maaaBt tenant. IS4 lad ave aw. 8) K
FR RENT-4 N Y A K X W. TWO US
f urafadwd rooms on ad floor, whh fcaat
gas aud bath; Uakt bmisakeatSag uo obiac
flou; no cblldrea. lt
u bDVn , ica imu cm kr u- .... x-
ftltb beat, m- and bath
Fib Ki.vi -i rxpi NMaiiKfl xoowa.
sd Moor outb trout newly papered: no
chil.l nn tskrp rfrwu as required tflSTOst
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rvasoBabla lets. at IT'JS Gitiw, refereaoes
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V aw, aawly feral has) rooaas a salts or
single, lonely tueatkia; strictly nrrf-ats Iu
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'roosas. (ooBcitiair aiibbsiataadaas. als
oae oa third Btnr. rant teiiBbta ISIS U st.
TJHJB BBXT-IieA PBIVATB FAMILY. OVB
X Bk':y fotiilsliea room on id tour: bar
window, near tbri ilur of ears, radu.e.1
rale to nsllimss. wfctwi Uaat o u a w
TOK Bt XT-TV O FlTBaUHBO BOOM.
X' gaatfaraaam pnfatred: lafuraaias raqabwl
TOM BBXT-BAJeCMBNT AT ia B ST
X a w, suitablafur palut shop. eU IaiUre
laH)jOaAL KuB AKTItLBBV IIHaME'J
1 Dr't tiuartarmastet's Q-'vs, Washing
to. P. C . avptcmbsir . WsV. asslad ago
tusats, iii dupauate, sabjeet to Baoal eoadi
tioas. will be atielved at this) (Met aaSU 11
oVloi'k a m . HOBDAY. OCTOBBJB SBT ls
and then opcaad for furnishlDa- aad duller
tu at tkh swpot, Ave .5) ArtMorr Horo.
Prwffra.LiriV6B to articles of dnmastiu jto
duitioB. Full description of ton borsostkl
aar lBlognatiuB reuuired will b furnt hod
ou ii.llatlua to tab oaUe. The saaMd l-r
pvsals savuuld tw Biarked Proposals fr
kWsvs ' and addzessod. to tae nnsVsnliu-l.
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oral. I" a Army. Depot aarteraaasteg. .
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JA.VKS WOI.AW. m Mth it.
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J7ORCB0 8ALB OF REAL BRTATB.
1 DO TOt; WART A SSAP1
That One old homestead, SSBt ((ittT,
comprtshnr nearly in nan feet of grrramt and
among the mxnt delightful levatteas In
(leorgetown, will be -old at a aerlSoe if
taken sprm Term can bsi made satltfa.'
lory; bnt the property mirst be soM at oow
Rey at Mr. C. II. PicKllng oce, rflah r,
Oeorgetown. Write to
L. O JOIL80X.
atttMf Rlchartlsvllls. va
OB RALB-IN ALBXANDRIA. (ROOM
irame none, jost nnisntng; aynrantin
yard; lot 11115: snag- botn; prlea, sgr. Ap
ply to HOBBRT J. THOMAH. Room Mo. t, SU
FOR BALB-TURKS OF TJIE CIIRAPB8T
houses In Washington. 108, Ht and UO
11th st n e; two-story and basement, brawn
rtnne trimming; T room and batbi ataetrtc
bell and gas; price, .W0 wioh, ISM o&sli
balance to snlt or trade for good lot.
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The above house can be samtawt by per
mit from onr office only.
THOMAS J. FISHER X CO.,
FOR RBNT-TWO BRAND MBW 9H
room frame boasee, blak and dry Men
tion; near oburcbua and pablta wtiool In
Untoctown. Inoolrwof A. HUIIKKNlJ, H
FOIt SAI.r. AMI KB.VT.
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Cbanre made WadBesdara and Butarday.
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tiIUPXOYBb PROPERTY FOR HALB.
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