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CONGRESS AND THE SERVICE
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month, delivered ntyour residence early Sunday
Senate. The bill (II. R. 41S5) to increnso
the pension of Mrs. Antouin H. Lynch, widow
of Uapt. Dominick Lynch, U. S. N., deceased,
to $40 a month, was passed.
The bill (S. 3S71) grantim: a pension to the
widow of Otto Micbaelis, late a maj. in the
Ord. Dept., U. S. A., was passed.
The bill (II. K. TO'.CJ) increasing the pension
of the widow of William "Whelan, late Surg.
Gen. of the Navy, to $50 a month, was passed.
The bill (S. 721) granting a pension to the
widow of Capt. Henry K. Davenport, late of the
Mr. Quav presented a petition from Post No.
1, G. A. R. of Philadelphia, urging the passage
of the bill transfcring the revenue maiine to
Mr. lliscock presented the petition of the New
i'ork Chamber of Commerce urging the trans
fer of the revenue marine to the Navy.
Mr. lliscock introduced a bijl (S. -1042) to
pension officers of U. S. colored troops who
served in the late war. Also, a bill (S. -1043)
to pension all who served in the War of the
Rebellion. . , , ,
The Senate has passed without amendments
the following: A bill (II. 11. 445) for the erec
tion of a shop at the National Armory, Spring
field, Mass.; a bill (II. K. 0SJ5) directing the
issue of a duplicato of a lost check, drawn by
0. JI. Carter, It. U. S. Kug. Corps, in favor of
Charles C. Ely; a bill (II. R. S235) to prevent
desertions from the Army, and for other pur
poses; a bill (S. 336) for the relief of Maj.
Daniel N. Bash, paymr., U. S. A.
Mr. Daniel presented the petition of Lt. C.
G. Ayres, 10th Cav., praying to be relieved of
certain improper charges in the Ord. Dept. of
the Army. , ,
Mr. Iucalls presented the petitiou of G. A. L.
Post No7, of Nebraska, praying for the pas
sage of Senate bill No. 490 to remove the limi
tation in the act granting arrears of pensions
Mr. Dolph introduced a bill (S. 4009) to lo
cate a branch home for disabled soldiers in the
State of Oregon.
Mr. Barbour introduced a bill (fc. 40iO) to
place on the retired list as 2d lt. William ken
House. The bill to establish an Army veteri
nary corps has been favorably repoited by the
Mil. Com. , t ,
Mr. Osborne reported with amendment the
bill (II. R. 3911) for the relief of certain officers
of the Army retired list.
Mr. Ilitt leportedwith amendment the joint
resolution (II. R. 10G) authorizing Ensign J. B.
Bernarden, U. S. N., to accept two vases pre
sented to him by the government of Japan.
cWn-Hm tny Trrv Srvn w TTniAT.T) "Op. npr
month, delivered at your residence early Sun
Gen. Schofield acted as Sec. of War during
the absence of Sec. Proctor, Gen. Grant being
away on a few days' leave.
Lieut. Col. Henry C. Wood, asst.'adjt. gen.,
has been relieved from temporary duty in the
Insp. Gen.'s Dept., and ordered to report for
duty In the office of the Adjt. Gen.
Capt. Edmund L. Zalinski, 5th Art., the dy
namite gun sharp, as he is generally called, has
been given his formal orders by the Sec. He
will be stationed for the present in "Washington
for the purpose, in addition to his other duties,
of preparing bis reports on his observations
abroad, and of making disposition of the ma
terials gathered by him. He is ordered to con
sult with the Maj. Gen. commanding the Army
and the Chief of Ord. in relation to his work.
The reports of Capt. Zalinski will be regarded
as In a large measure confidential by the Dept.,
and will not be made public unless called for
liy a resolution of Congress.
Asst. Adjt. Gen. McKeeveris acting as Adjt.
Gen. of the Army in the absence of Gen. Keltou.
Ord. Sergt. James Kirby, now here, has been
placed on the retired list of the Army.
Maj. George M. Sternberg, surg., has been
ordered to perform the duties of post surg. at
Fort Mcllenry, Md., in addition to his present
Second Lieut. William R. Dashiell, 17th Inf..
has been transferred from Co. F to Co. B at his
Leaves have been thus granted: 1st Lt.
Charles J. Crane, 24th Inf., from July 1 to
August 15; Capt. Francis E. Pierce, 1st Inf., 13
Capt. Edw. M. Hayes, 5th Cav., has been
granted 10 days' extension of leave.
On the mutual application of the officers con
cerned the following transfers in the Sth Cav. are
ordered: 2d Lt. Dcltosey C. Cabell, from Troop
C to Troop I; 2d Lt. Ell wood W. Evans, from
Troop I to Troop C.
The President vesterday approved the act
for the relief of Lt. O. M. Carter, of the Eng.
Corps, who recently lost his salary check.
Capt. Cullen Bryant, Ord. Dept., has been re
lieved from duty at the Frankford Arsenal, and
ordered to take command of the Kennebec
Arsenal, at Augusta, Me., this being the duty
vacated by the death of Maj. Michaelis.
Gen. Schofield's rooms in the War Dept., con
Btituting the headquarters of the Army, have
been lately embellished with a haudsome sign
board, several feet broad and very heavy, made
of wood, the design being an American eagle,
with wings outspread, clutching a pair of dress
swords crossed beueath. Ju6t below the bwords
is a regulation shield with stars and stiipes,
and across the face of this flows a red scroll
bearing the words "Headquarters of the Army,''
in sunuen silver letters. The device was exe
cuted in the Q. M. depot in Philadelphia, aud
cost upward of $500.
Capt. Daniel Callinau, l6t Inf., has been or
dered to conduct a detachment of recruits to
the Dept. Platte aim men rejoin ms co.
Second Lieut. J. T. Kerr, 17th
his own reiue6t, beeu transferred
Inf., has, at
from Co. B
to Co. P.
The following have been appointed cadets at
the Military Academy: Richard C. Mayo,
Hague, let Diet, of Va.; P. O. Hern, Oleau, 34th
Diet., N. Y., with J Allen Bonsteel, Frauklfn
ville. alt.; Francis L. Parker, Abbeville, 3d
Diet., 8. C; Henry H. Horubrook, Evansville,
1st Diet., Jnd.; Albert E. Saxtou, Carson City,
The Army is very quiet just now. the only
excitement being the Miltimore trial in Ari
zona. This branch of the service Is quietly
awaiting the progress of the legislation that is
proposed that will shake things up. There are
several reorganization bills pending, among
them that to increase the art., and officers
of this branch arc holding their breath lest this
Capt. Stanhope K. Blunt, Otd. Dept.t has
been ordered to visit the camp of the North
Carolina Militia at Wrightsvllle, between July
22 and Aug. 12.
first Lieut. Millard F. Kggleston, 10th Ca.,
has resigned from the service.
Sec. Proctor returned to the city from West
Point Friday morning, in good health.
Capt. William S. Patten, A. Q. M., has been
ordered to duty at Newport, Ky.. to temporarily
relicv Capt. A. 11. Young, A. Q. M., from his
duties as superintendent of the construction of
the new post at that point.
Adjt. (ien. Hastings, Gen. Snowden, and
other's called on the President, Postmaster
General Wauamaker, and Maj. Gen. Schofield
the other day and invited them to attend the
division encampment of the Pa. National Guard
at Mt. Gretna, July 19. They also requested
that 3 bats, of art., 2 troops of cav., and several
cos. of inf. be ordered to the encampment.
The President has signed the Army Appro
On the recommendation of the regimental
comdr. the following transfers in the 9th Cav.
have been ordered: 1st Lt. George R. Burnett,
from Troop C to Troop A; 1st Lt. John F. Mc
Blaiu, from Troop A to Troop C.
Second Lieut. Maury Nichols, 10th
has been transferred from Co. E to Co.
his own request.
Leaves have becu granted as follows: Capt.
John Conliue. 9th Inf., and Capt. J, B. W. Gard
ner, asst. surg., indefinite sick leave; Capt. C. F.
Palfrey, Corps of Eucs., 2 months' extension
of sick leave; 2d Lt. Frank Green, Sig. Corps,
4 months; Lt. Col. E. P. Pearson, 24th Inf., 0
mouths; 1st Lt. G. H. Sands, 0th Cav.. 1
montV; 1st Lt. J. J. Brereton, 24th Inf., 3
The alarmius reports of last week about
trouble in the "West with the Indians caused
quite a stir among the officers on duty here, but
later reports have shown that the affair was ex
aggerated and there was no cause for alarm.
First Lieut. Fred. G. Hodson, 0th Cav., has
been granted 1 month's sick leave.
THE NAVY AND MARINE CORPS.
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month, delivered at your residence early Sun
The Enterprise is being fitted out with a new '
complement of officers preparatory to another I
cruise, which, it is to be hoped, will prove a j
happier oue than that from which she recently i
returned. Her new men, as far as ordered at '
present, are as follows : Comdr. George A. j
Converse, detached from special duty at Bris
tol, R. I.; Lt. S. P. Colvocoresses, from the I
Naval Academv; Lt. F. W. Nichols, fiom the I
Peusacola; Lt. Walter McLinn, from the naval
ord. proving ground; Lt. T. E. D. W. Veeder.
from the Bureau of Equipment aud Recruiting:
Lt. G. C. Hanus, from special duty, New York; I
Ensign E. E. Capehart, from the Naval Acad- i
emy; Surg. M. II. Simons, and P. A. Paymr.
James E. Caun. She will sail in a few weeks
for Europe, with the body of the late John i
Ericsson on board, and after she has performed j
her melancholy errand of returning these j
ashes to their native soil she will probably i
cruise around in European waters for awhile
and then go to Brazil as a part of the South
Lieut. Comdr. Henry Knox has been detached j
from the Boston, and placed on waiting orders.
Lieut. Comdr. n. W. Lyon has been ordered
to duty at the War College and Naval Station,
near Newport, 25th Inst.
A large amount of public propeity at the
Navy Yard has been condemued and will soon
be sold at auction. Katclifle, Darr it Co. will
conduct the sale.
The President has signed the act for the relief
of the widow of Rear Adm. David McDougall.
Pay DIr. Caspar Scheuk has been ordered to
take station at Annapolis, assuming the duties
of general storekeeper, lately performed by
Pay Insp. Stevenson, who was relieved some
time ago. The Pay Office at Boston vacated by
Schenk will be occupied by Pay Insp. Ambrose
J. Clark, who was paymr. on board the Tren
ton when she was struck by the hurricane in
the harbor of Apia. He has just returned from
a trip to Europe, where he went to recuperate. '
While he was across the water he heard of the
resignation of Paymr. Gen. Looker, and the
appointment of Stewart, and he at once cabled
his application for the New York Pay Office,
which the latter left, and took the next steamer
for home. During the- passage over Pay DIr.
Thornton was given the New York office, and
upon his arrival In this country Clark was ex
ceedingly wroth. He was pacified by the prom
ise that he should have the next good office.
The relief of Stevenson was expected, as he
was at swords points with every other officer at
Chief Eng. A. S. Greene has been de
tached fiom duty at Chicago, 111., and ordered
to special duty connected with the water-works
at Hot Springs, Ark.
Comdr. Alleu D. Browne is not likely to re
tire after all, and this may save Comdr. Mc
Calla from the humiliation of being jumped in
rank so soon after his trial. Browne was ex
amined by the retiring board on account of his
disabilities, but the verdict was that he would
probably recover with a little rest, and he has
been granted a 3-ear's leave of absence.
There is a rumor that the Baltimore may be
sent to Europe as flag-ship of the squadron upon
the completion of the present manoeuvres.
The Baltimore, upon her arrival at New York
from the South, turned back at once aud sailed
for Norfolk, where she is to receive her great
guns, which will make her armament complete.
She is to return to join the squadron in time to
tako part In the Maine celebration.
Bids were, opened Tuesday for the construction
of three vessels the 8100-ton armored cruiser
No. 2, the 5500-ton protected cruiser No. 0, and
the 800-ton practice vessel. The bids were as
follows: For the 8,100-ton ship, the Union Iron
Works, of San Francisco, $3,100,000 on the plaus
of the Dept. or $3,000,000 ou the bidders' plans;
the Win. Cramps it Sons' Ship-buildlug Co., of
Philadelphia, $3,150,000 on Dept.'s plans,$2,9&5,
000 on the bidder's plans; the Elsdon Jron and
Locomotive Works, of San Francisco, $3,450,000
on the Dept.'s plaus. But oue bidder put in an
estimate on the 5.500-ton vessel, the Union Iron
AVorks, of San Francisco, whose bid was $1,700,-
000 ou the plans of the Dept., or 1,7(30,000 on
their own plans. For the practice vessel two
bids were received F. W. Wheeler it Co., of '
West Bay City, Mich., $215,000; the Samuel L.
Moore it Sons Co., of Elizabcthport, N. J.,
Lieut. J. T. Moses has been detached from the
coramnn 1 of the Coast Survey steamer Bache,
and ordered to duty conuected with the prepa
ration of the new cruiser San Francisco for sea.
Lieut. Barry, on duty in the oillcc of Connno.
Ramsay, Is slowly recovering from a severe at
tack of rheumatism.
Asst. Eng. W. S. Smith has been detached,
from the Galena, and placed on waiting orders.
Lieut. Edw. M. Hughes has been detached
from the New Hampshire, aud ordered to duty
with the Coast Survey.
The Gushing has returned to the Navy Yard
wharf from Annapolis, and i once more an at
Mr. Irving M. Scott, president of the Union
Iron Works", says that he will be ready to sub
mit the new cruiser San Francisco to a trial
board about July 1, aud that he expects her to
bicak all records for speed.
Bids were to have been opened at the Navy
Dept. at noon Tuesday for the construction of
3 steel steam tugs for the Navy. The appro
priation is $35,000 for each tug. When the
time came for the opening of bids oue envelope
was at hand, marked "Proposals for Tugs,"
and when this was opened It was found to be
an offer from the Red Star Towing Company, of
Baltimore, to sell one of their tugs to the Gov
ernment for about $32,000, but this could not
be considered. There were several builders
present, who said that uo oue could be found
to build tugs such as were called for for that
money, especially as the steel has to pass the
Second Lieut. II. L. Draper, Marino Corps,
has been ordered to the Enterprise, July 1.
The Adams arrived at Apia, Samoa, May 19.
Ensign George R. French lias been detached
from the Kearsarge, aud granted 4 months'
The Essex has been temporarily attached to
the North Atlantic Squadron.
Naval Cadet George 15. Marvell has been de
tached from the Pensacola, and granted 3
months' sick leave.
Sec. Tracy has approved the 9th payment on
the cruiser Newark, amounting to "$112,000.
From this sum, however, $9,700 had to be de
ducted for time penalties. The contract time
expired in October last, and the vessel
is now earning penalties for the Government at
the rate of $200 a day. There is one more pay
i ment to be made. The Newark is being built
by the Cramps. The San Francisco, being built
1 at the city of that name by the Union Iron
I Works, is one month behind time, and will be
tried before another mouth elapses, although
ber contract was signed at the same time as that
of the Newark.
Carpr. Henry Davis has beeu ordered to duty
at the Columbian Iron Works, Baltimore, con
nected with the construction of cruisers 9
i Ensign B. S. Dent has beeu placed ou the re-
tired list, to date from June 4.
I Capt. A. R. Yates has been detached from
! the command of the Pensacola, aud placed on
The Iroquois has been ordered to sail as soon
I as possible for Samoa to take station in those
Lieut. Johu A.
1 from duty on the
I the Pensacola.
Rodgers has been detached
steel board, and ordered to
I The season has come for a general shifting
' about of officers, and many a" man who has
, been on pleabaut duty at the Dept. or else
i where in this city for several years past is look
1 ing anxiously for his orders. The number of new
l ships being put in commission is, of course, of
fering a wider choice to officers who have any
choice in the matter, but it is a strange thiug
to a landsman that nearly all of those who
have to go to sea prefer the older ships of the
Navy on the ground that they are more com
fortable. Their cabins are said to be larger,
and their duties are much lighter.
The Dolphin has been placed in drv-doek at
New York for the purpose of .clearing off her
bottom of the barnacles and other growths that
have retarded her speed of late.
The Alliance has arrived at Colombo, Ceylon,
ou her way to China. She will probably reach
Hong Kong in about another week.
Mate William G. Smith has been detached
from duty at the Naval Academy, and ordered
to the Fortune, relieving Mate L. M. Melcher,
who is ordered to the Academy.
The Petrel has been ordered to join the North
Atlantic Squadron at New York, and sailed on
on the 13th from Norfolk forthisduty. This will
be her first sea service, she having been tied up
to a wharf at Noifolk ever since her trials and
Capt. O. F. Stanton has been ordered to com
mand the training-ship New Hampshire and the
trainiug station at Newport, R. I., July 1, re
lieving Comdr. F. J. Hlgglnson, who is placed
on waiting orders.
The Despatch will leave the Navy Yard to
morrow for West Point, Va., where a party of
gentlemen, including the French Minister, will
go aboard of her and sail down to Yorktown,
Va., in time to witness the unveiling of the
monument that has been erected there com
memorative of the victorious battle fought
there, which will take place on Tuesday.
There is a very dlstiuct rumor afloat in the
Navy Dept. that Chief Constructor Wilson, who
will finifch his second term in November next, is
making some mighty efforts to make his renom
ination a sure thing, and that ho i6 tryimr to
follow the wishes of the See. in every particular,
so as to be in perfect concord with him. He Is
not thought, however, to stand much show, as
the Sec. is giving evidences that he would like
another sort of a man In the Construction Bu
reau. There is a feeling among the officers on
duty at the Dept, that tne Sec. is a hard man to
get along with, but this is but a repetition of
former 6tories. There was never a Sec. of the
Navy who was not regarded by a large class of
the officers who were then on duty around him
as a boor and an impediment to the progress of
the Navy. It seems to be a legacy of the office
The Pensacola and the Essex, now being fitted
out at New York, are to.be ordered to the Eu
ropean Station, leaviug "on or about the 10th of
Chief Eng. John A. Scott has been detached
from duty as steel iKSp. at Thurlow, Pa., and
ordered to the Enterprise, July 1.
Sec. Tracy Is in a pickle about the award of
the contract for the S,100-ton cruiser, as ho is
impelled by cettain forces to give the work to
the Cramps, of Pliilalelphia, and Is deterred
from doing so by the fact that Scott underbid
his Eastern rival $50,000 on the Dept.'s designs.
As these plans arc those favored by the Sec,
he does not care to make the award on the
basis of the bidder's plans, which would enable
him to give the job to Cramp. The latter's
design alters the ship considerably, without
any advantage being gained except to cheapen
her construction aud give the builder
more cbauces of high premiums. There
is talk of the problem being solved by an
award to Cramp on his own design, to be after
ward changed back to suit the" Sec. As this
would in reality be a return to the Dept.'s idea,
it would be equivalent to giving Cramp the
work at a fictitious bid, forcing him to acknowl
edge that ho had made an excessive estimate on
the plans of the Government. At the Cabinet
meeting on Friday the question was examined
in every bearing, both political and professional,
the bidder's plans being brought over from the
Navy Dept. A decision is expected tomorrow,
and there is almost sure to be music in the air
when it is announced.
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month, delivered at your residence early Sun
On the recommendation of the co. comdr., the
following promotions and appointments are
made in Co. D, 3d Batt: Corp. Charles II. Scott,
to be sergt.; Private George W. England, to be
corp.; Private John P. McCarten, to be corp.
The following changes arc made in the 3d
Batt. board of examiuation: 1st Lt. William C.
Beck and 2d Lt. John D. Parker are relieved
from duty ou the board. Capt. Otto L. Suess
and 2d Lt. Charles A. Knockey are detailed
for duty on the board.
Capt. Harry L. Wilson and 2d Lt. Johu D.
Parker, having resigned, 1st Lt. William C.
Beck, adjt. of the 3d Batt., is assigned to com
mand Co. C until officers are duly elected and
After this date, until further .orders, leggings
will not be worn at the regular weekly drills of
the cos. of the 3d Batt.
An Ideal Vsiciition. Tour Free.
The teacher of the Washington schools who
obtains the most votes in the contest which
Tim Sunday Herald has opened will
be given at Tnn Hkkai.d's expense a month's
tour of Europe this summer. Read the particu
lars of this unique offer in another column.
The many ladles of "Washington will remem
ber the "Star'" sale n few weeks ago at Damn's
and the many bargains that nre offered on those
occasions. A similar one is ollercd again this
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Look Out for the White Wagons.
THOMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer.
THE GREAT ASSIGNEE'S SAIiE OF FINE
Gold Jewelry 5
Fine Plated Ware,
AND THE ENTIRE FIXTURES AT
1315 PennsylViiiiWi Aveniie.
The sale of this fine? stock of goods will be
continued MONDAY, JUNE 0, aud following
10:30 A M. and 3PJF.
There are many elegant articles yet to bo sold,
and, as the sale is without reserve, great bar
gains can be obtained.
DUNCANSON BROS., Auctioneers.
26 1-2 ACRES OF LAND,
FRONTING BENNINGS ROAD,
NEAR THE NEW STOCK-YARDS AND
Thursday Afternoon, June. 12, 1800,
AT 3 O'CLOCK,
We will sell iu front of the promises a farm con
taining 20 acres, situated on the Bennings
Road, between Anacostla and Rowen Roads,
with all the buildings thereon. This property
Is admirably located either tor a butcher or
dairyman, being adjacent to the new stock-yard
and abattoir, and near recent subdivisions of
fnrras into building lots. It has a good frontage
on Bennings Road, about twenty minutes' drivo
from the city.
TERMS: One-third cash; balance in one and
two years; notes to bear 0 per cent, interest,
payable semi-nnnunlly, and to be secured by
deed of trust on premises, or nil cash, at option
ol purchaser. Conveyancing, etc.. at purchaser's
cost. A deposit of S2S0 at time of sale. Terms
to be complied with in fifteen days; otherwise
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atter Ave days' advertisement of such resale in
some newspaper published in Washington, D. O.
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Ratcliffe, Darr &. Co., Auctioneers,
020 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE NORTHWEST.
MONDAY. June 9, nt 5:30 o'clock P. M., two
Two-Story Frame Houses, Nos. 7H aud 710 Elev
enth street southeast.
TUESDAY, June 10, at 10 o'clock A. M., at
sales-rooms, Regular Sale of Household Furni
At 5:30 o'clock P.M. Valuable Building Lots
on Fierce Place northwest.
WEDNESDAY, Juno 11, at 5:30 o'clock P. M.,
Three-Story and Attic Brick House, No. 7-18
Sixth street northwest.
SAME AFTERNOON, at 5:30 o'clock, Valuable
Building Lots on Delaware avenue, between B
and C streets south.
THURSDAY, June 12, at 5:30 o'clock P. M.,
FlnoBuilding Lots on L street, bet ween Twenty
third and Twenty-lourth streets northwest.
FRIDAY, Juno 13, at 5:30 o'clock P. hi., Two
Story Frame House. No. 037 F street southwest.
SATURDAY, June 11, at 5:30 o'clock P. M.,
Desirablo Building Lots on Now Hampshire
avenue, L, nnd M streets northwest,
MONDAY, Juno 10, at 5 o'clock P. M for J. A.
Johnson and J. J. Darlington, Trustees, Three
Story Frame House. No. (112 D street southwest.
Also Frame Stable.
TUESDAY, Juno 17, at 5:30 o'clock P. M., for
E. N. Waters. Trustee, Brick Houses, Nos. 1201,
1203. 1205, and 1207 C street northwest.
WEDNESDAY. Juno 18, at 3 o'clock P. M., for
W. E. Edmonston and C. H. Williamson,
Trustees, Frame- Dwelling, No. 174" Oregon
THURSDAY, June 10, commencing at 4:30
o'clock P. M., lor J.Carter Marburg nnd Hugh
T. Taggart, Trustees, the- following: Two nd
jolnlng lots on north sido of N street between
Thirty-fourth and Thlrty-llf th streets; Two small
Brick Houses. Nos, 3231 and 3233 O street, nearly
oppositoSt. John's Church; Two-Story Brick
Dwelling, No. 1503 Thirty-lourth street; Two
Small Frame Dwellings ou Market street, near
Q street; Two Small Dwellings on southeast
comer of Thirty-fourth and R streets all in
G eorgetown, I). C.
MONDAY. Juno 30. nt 10 A. M.. nt U. S. Signal
Olllce, Twenty-fourth nnd M streets northwest,
for account of the U. S. Government, a lot of
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Tables. , . ,
Privato Cellars Furnished, Sweet Wines, and-
Brandies Furnished in Wood.
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