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THE DAILY CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 28, 1890.
GOSSIP OFBffl SPflffi flYS OF TUB BALL FIELD, TRACK ND TIME RING. WASHINGTON LOSES AGAIN, And-is Now in Third Phee Mefaffrej lefts Roftch.-.Rtieaell Wins the Ameiiean Stakes. CN THE DIAMOKD. Washington Lute Aenln nnd Now Orrnplc Thlril Pine. W d'hlnf ton elltleil further down the prcujcl tobna-gan sJlilc, the other Atl antic team, have prepared for It, unit It now occupies third plnco, Baltimore going nhead of it, simply by not playlnsr. The boys could not hit the bull and wore easily outbatted and outflelded. 8ullivan made a scone after the game with Valonllno, whom he ac cused of partiality in his decisions, but Immediately cooled down and apolo gized for attempting to strike tho um pire. Constant dofeats seem to havoTa rather bad effect on Ted, who is usually amiable and oven tempered, and it is to be regretted that ho lost his temper on this occasion. The club plays the Jersey City team again to-day, and, with rhilllpsln tho box, It should bo able to win tho game. It Is hoped It will at all ovonts, for these constant defeats aro getting to bo altogether too monotonous. very properly declined. For some time past Harry Wright, the veteran manager of tho Phila delphia Club, has been ill nnd con fined to his house The llrothorhood Club announced that It would play a game for his benefit, whereupon Mr. John I. llogcrs, acting for tho Misses Wright, declined tho offer and re fused tho uso of Manager Wright's name for any such purpose. As Mr, Wright was In too precarious a condition to bo spoken to, his daughters acted for hlra and very prop erly declined tho offer. Mr. Wright Is threatened with total blindness, and the discaso is thought to bo catarrh of tho eye-balls, whlcli aro very much affected with inflammation and fever. Mrs. Wright Is also seriously ill. A nkw pitcher srxunKi). Daniels, the well-known Pittsburg pitcher, who was recently released by that club, has been secured for the Washington club. Ho Is an oxcollcnt twlrlcr and his release was owing to n disagreement between himself and Manager llcckcr. IN THE PADDOCK. Iluntll s,Yln the 3O,U0O Raca nt tlie Ornycscml Track. The Great Amorlcan stakes for two 3 car olds, with a guarantee valuo of 20,000, was run at Gravoscnd yostor day. Tho track was heavy, and litis cll. with Garrison up, won handily by six lengths, Correction, his stable com panion, hoi tig second. There was a long dclav at tho post, and cverv Jockey hut Garrison was lined $100. The start was a poor one, nnd half the horses were left at tho post. Ambulance made the running for the Morris pair until the stretch, when Garrison let tho roit out and won easily, T11K NEW YOnK HANDICAP. Tho following weights wcrolssued last night for tho groat New York Jockey Club Handicap, $5,000 auded, which will bo run at Morris Park tomorrow : Kingston, 130; Haceland, 127; Flrenil, Halvstor, 120 each; Hanover, IW; Exile, l'rlnee ltoyal, 121 each; Longatreet, lib; Penorlta, 117, Tea Tray, 118; Sir Dixon, lluddhist, Radge, Spokane, Oorgo, 1U tsch; Cracksman, Montrose, Jteporter, 113 tack; I.os Angeles; 112; Krlc.lll;Taragon, Lpinc-to-Taw, Major Domo, Fides, 110 each; Lsvlnla Utile, 109; Maditone, Tristan, Brother Jlan, Diablo, 107 earn; (.'barley Drew, 100; Orlfiamme, 105; Tournament, Uelruar, ltetrlcve, Carter, Brown Princess, Fltz James, Cynosure, St. Luke, 104 each; Jubal, Carroll, Juggler, Almont, 10B eaeb; Montague, Dunbojue, 103 each; Kasson, Rhone Flood Tide, Cayuga, 100 each; Hon duras, 80: Santiago, Blackburn, Successor, VS each; King's Uwn, Maggie K., Verdeur, Pd acb, Chesapeake, Anaconda, Donley, KIck Thorn, 05 each; Experience, and Tormentor, (n each; Auigo, 'Ji; I'ersua Hon, iking, Clio, W) each. AROUND THE RING. Wearer or Mitten Yflio Ilgtit aud Talk Plant. An ambitious youngster named hid. Itoacb, who seemed to have a mortal fear of being hit, stood up before Dom lclak McCaffrey last night. He asked McCaffrey to spar lightly with him. but the latter did not propose to ive hint a reputation by any such means, so la the stcond round he gave him a punch in the jaw that took all the light out of him. Thereupon Ileaek wanted lo quit, but was finally induced to so ahead and finish the bout on Mc CafTrey's promise to spar lightly. This was done, much to tke disgust of the avUiesee, who wanted to tee a kaoglc ( ut. Itaach had us bosiaess goiag against McCaffrey aal the plasuliac ifie baby act. awl It weukl hare serwta hint right if Dowisiek had kaoeked him out. The other set to between I lagan and Youag was deckleilty morn Udara in. Hasan had the &Jvas4a;e of weight and eerily out peieted hie adversary. hot Billy did sosae axosdie-t work, aid tiu a good acieattitG exhiUtioB. llagan gave him a couple of bady b'owa tkat .evidently caused dlattms. but toward law last Yewag rsaarered hiaMaif aad the two west at it hammer and tongs for the leiml-ktr of the bout. To-aitJak Had of Pirflaiietphia aud Wileoti of HearicVs Hswwasy wtll i e 1 t u iaU at Kaa' Theatre. Wilson la a local waeatjer at eaweider aUe ability aad a jtitat in . Tke vsatch will uatimMmm v a mm vmt and wttl tw at eaafitont wBW Uuft. The fciyW is to be catit-tveaaai- Ui OU talUUa TAAJiS. lttliy McMkaui ad tktt waker vnm ajcMu th cuMUMt ai Karaite's teat sigJal wsea tiMay wmw eid iky mm el ibe dd wUrvn of ths ifakg. waaa -w4v foMaMtijr weieiail iipa Uuaiyer. wi Btfiuiavg KMiwieuctw awkMtk tf ttl el Wt ulkinn of that ttuletva fafci d the uU tviera reiushai that wt iaeauehy wfcke. lb P S. fnrierly m j..a a punt. When I wuUUie Cukimt Imm l4ht w Anjti I'xveii. 4 Uhi kHiPteUhaartre built wad caoafdaid a iii waudte kMA- Wlr. ( a itxwm ttotte uuM Ike i pAm tsbUBg U lould oly rua it m MMM aui i le Oui uw Bat we vas't." cuuti&unl sadly ty Ue f ii tM till vou L..vk Aarua wWuy1 tsuM A tittu-- x wmTm lvm' UiwiuJ ioU)r MHawwtay Utiiy tuMd tad beaifc't u.ui.b uul oi u. Jkm kh U .lavki Uuttfcll4C5uBj veat fcruu-b tat cotM. aad wku b.i: j(oi I.. . Ud i., lead Wa t his warmer U. i ut i.) UutJ I was sattatiml k li iad ul trvkry bad beee rfya en ms, Imt T wWkl rrtver hurt tnmi it mitj btl It not hem for a lneky inchtant that happen! in New York sobjc time afterwunl. I was talking with Aamn and 9cyrl other! one aftenwon, wkn Tkb. Allen, who kept a frarttog hmtn tbfJft, came wolklntr down the street. Harney Aaron slartetl te rnn, but Allen whlppwl ont a TSvoiver ami mafle him return. 'Yd tlM wp a man In my place fast night, you contemptible cttiy ho said, 'and I want you to return the money you got. You ought to be ashamed to try to queer me after I won the fight with Collyer for you.' And In the subsequent conversation it came out that Aaron's fingers were tipped with turpentine, and uy sticking them Into Collytr's eye he had blinded him. Hail It not been for this ouarrel I wotiM never have known It. Those were tho nays when everything went If you could get away with It, and the Aaron people got away with their little trick and $1,300 of my money." CHOYNJSKI DEFEATS 1A 1, .Toe Choynlskl defeated .lack Dtvla of Omaha nt the Occidental Club rooms last nlnht In San Francisco. In nine rounds. Tho contest was a vicious one from start to finish, and tho wrest ling tactics of Davis almwt won the fight for him several times, but he could not stand tho terrific left-hand punches of tho 8an Franolsoo man, and was finally knocked out. HIS LAST DAY ON EARTH. Kverythtnc In Iten1Ine for llenjamln Ilankln' Execntton To-Morrow. Kvcrylhlng Is In readiness for the hanging of llenjamln Hawkins nt tho District .Tall to-morrow about noon. The dinner Hawkins cats today will be his last on earth, nnd his slumbers to night will be continued to-morrow night in eternity. Tho fatal nooso has been adjusted and the scaffold-trco Is already blossom ing to.bear Irult tomorrow. Tho dim and cheerless corridor leading to tho great oaken scaffold Is draped In sombre black, which covers tho high Iron barred windows nnd adds a hundred fold to tho dreariness. Rev. Mr. Robert, tho condemned man's spiritual adviser, was with him to-day nnd will remain at tho Jail dur ing thu few fleeting hours that Inter vene between tlmo and eternity, so far ns Hawkins Is concerned. Tho veteran hangman, Sam Strong, bustled around the great stono structuro to-day and a grim sinllo overspread his countenance. Not a smtlo of pleasure, but one full of ghastly nnd uncanny suggestions, lie wns bustling around to sco tlmt-tho unfailing engine of death was In perfect readiness for to-morrow's work. The death-watch will bo on his vlells all night, nnd his eyes will not be re moved from tho doomed man until he Is lead in solemn procession to tho cnffold. Hawkins still maintains that ho did not kill his wlfo on purpose. Whether ho will weaken at the nlnly-ninth hour is not known. In tho morning all the prisoners In the corridor, tho windows of which face tho scaffold, will bo removod to other tiers nnd nil will be locked in their colls during the deathly ceremonies. SUCCESSFUL WASHINGTON BIDDERS. A Uuurtar or a Million In Contracts Awarded To-Day. Contracts for supplies for tho Post office Dopartmont and postal service generally, amounting to about a quarter of a million dollars, were awarded to day, the successful bidders being mnlnly Washington business mon. Tho Washington men are as follows: E. Morrison, for writing paper, card board, pencils and other stationery; William Ilallantyno & Son, stationery; Easton & liupp, note paper; J. C. Ad dison, stationery supplies, E. G. Hlnklo, packing boxes, M. & P. Metzger, packing boxes, Mellville Li ml say, rubber bands; W. II, Teepe, ruling pons and pen-holders; Woodward & I.othrop, Inkstands, pins, etc; Tlscot & SchulU, steel erasers; Wycoff, Seamens & Benedict, type writers; J, C. Parker, blank books, etc. ; Henry A. Clarke it Son, type-writer paper; Herman liaumgarten, rubber stamps, etc. The l'realdeot' Departure, The President and party will leave Washington In a special train at 8 o'clock this evening for Cleveland to tako 'part In the Garfield momuntent celebration on Deoortion Day, The party will consist of President Har rison, Vice President Morton, Secre taries Ulaine, Wlndom and Husk and Attorney-General Miller. They will re turn Friday evening. The President's dnmuier Outlnc. It Is denied at the White House that the President ami family will spend the entire summer at Gape May. Mrs. Har rison ex peels to visit there for a few days, but the family plans for the sum mer have uot yet been deeided upon. It is a shrewd surmise, however, that Deer Park will again be Ike "Summer Capital." Mautui was out Jewish fgl; Jew aaJ GBlUe alike mm um Dr. Bulf Ceugk Sjrup. SialTaUiMt Oil ' TwietUy-aHe t)U a bottle Is Ute Brtee of Uais Marvelous rtuttlf. Try it. Cross Refused a Mew Trial, Is. thu Crieaiaml Court day Judge Biaghaa overruled the waliw far ww trial for W. D. Omks, asMivieted af ibe murder of his wife, Haiti Cross. Ilia couBsel, C. Maurice Smttit. will turn go to the Oetait la GeuerallWsH est war ceptioM Cws felt rmaisVlsrrf tiut to wouW km grained a mow .ttisd, aud U very uck disappoint! ovr Use re suit retMBHl. cuiUsa' York Jvu.iMuL V. Y. DeOraw. geautnd Souiiusru msuaaro of th the Uaited Psaes, earn toSiw York hvit PtUay to be iattatad w a mMmim id tfce Loiue Cluk He returMi to Wathigtow Vfjlfrf TUe lHJitt U'uwa Oaaoot It liur attracttre wlw ertabw taw sWUHHtr r bc1 -igrmrr fce Araiiso aupuue ha KxUactsaosl aarllsli The Oridiroft Cfai wU ciaae its a wrtiteuiaii K lata wum o Sabuxday yat ith , jit$wt dtaaw at the) Xr HagtM. That aweja wrBatiawi la a of tie aaaaa aajof able i-fcanrajr at aU oaf pvtav ww dua) Xhaaj " To K Vurk ta fee f - VetaMauliMl Ta aanwaoaan ttoaeaaaat tcaiskal alag eaifafawaams Ysaavajsair via s. ail rue rae War' Tawe m ha a exoavaiaegja-uaoKo Iwt m laimatH ui ffaasJilv. Iftatd- tit war Hauci J FtuaU wV$ aiaaw e ii, r a JitB ol furtjr mH aad aw tuxe The dm ul atarOug wili be " i 0 i.l .k l.a. oavarp. u v i bu tiS)huj shoes oat L'..uiiutt L. atm$ ose Tbuij! 1 c tt I!ll '. J itvtK. A KBMARSABU STORY. now a Tnr-HMl OltlrenTrlttl to rlay on- Mii. ItAtiEioH, K. C., 2S. Twelve rnonlbe ago James DTWan, a well-known citlfcn of Tyrrel County, Insuml his life for t,TO) Ih tlte Connecticut Mntttal Ufalnwranee Company. Some time after he fell from a boat half a mile from shore, ami ydW loudly for help to a man a quarter of a mile away. When the man responded Dillon srerctly swam nhons, and could not 1 seen. The man whose assistance ha had asked supposed he was drowned, and was perfef tly willing to swear to It. Notice of Dillon a death was sent to the company, It refnscd to pay the In surance Action was brought by Dillon's wife and the case stood Tor trial at the court last week, the widow alleged that ha was drowned. Ten days ago n body was found near the place where he had been seen to sink in the water. The body was Identified by twenty five peo ple as that of Dillon. At court eounnl for the wife took n non suit berauto the body hsd been found. There is no doubt that the company would have paid the money, but la!t Friday, to the surprise of evoryone, Dillon himself returned safe and sound to Columbia. His statement Is most remarkable. He says- he swam ashore the day ho overturned tho boat, put his hat In It and loft the boat halt full of water. Ho determined to hide in tho woods so that his wifa could got the Insurance money. He kept In the great swamps for five months, when ho found the body of a drowned mnn floating In the Alligator lllvcr. Ho removed the hair from tho head so as to make It bald, and taking his own hair and whiskers put them In the decomposing flesh of tho corpse. He knocked out two of the front teeth of thedoad man, and remov ing the clothing from tho corpse, dressed It In clothes ho had worn on the day of his disappearance. At night he conveyed tho body to the placo where he was stipposcd to have been drowned. Subsequently hearing of tho non-suit, he thought It put an end to his claim and that thcro wusnohopo of collecting tho money, and so ho returned home. DEMOCRATIC RHODE ISLAND. The Mttle State 1'nsses Into the Itnnila of tlie Democracy, Yesterday tho little Stato of llhoda Island passed Into tho hands of tho Democrallo party, which event was consummated by tho olcctlon, by the grand committee of tho Legislature, of the following Stato nillcors: Governor John W. Davis of Paw tucket. Lieutenant-Gortr nor William T. C. Wordell of Urlstol. Secretary of State Edwin 1). Mo Guincss of Providence AttorMyGenerftl Zlbo O. Slocum of Gloucester. General Trtatmrer John G. Perry of South Kingston, Governor Davis went to Providence In 16!l, and has been In the grain and Hour business in that city since 1S5Q. Ho has always been a Democrat, and boforc the war was ijulto Influential in tho Slato management of tho party. He did not appear In politic again until a few years ago, when he romnved his resldonco from Providence to Paw tucket, when he was elected to the town council In 1S?2. He bucame tho president of tho body ho wag elected with. Ho ran again In 1831, but the Democrats were nil defeated. In 1891 he was the Democratic candidate for Stato Senator from Pawtucket, but was defeated by Henry II. Metcalf. In 18S5, however, lie turned the tables on Slot calf, In October. 188fi, President Cleveland appointed Mr. Davis np- F raiser of merchandise for the port of 'rovldence, and ho retained that olllce until his election as Governor the next year. Will rioo.t tlie Mine. Pittston, l'.v., May 38. All attempts to extinguish the fire in No. 4 shaft at Port Dlanchard, which has been raging for the past three weeks, have proven futile, and at a meeting of Pennsylvania Coal Company officials held here yes terday it was decided to Hood the mine. This method of getting control of the fire, although costly, is the only sure one, and the officials hope thereby to save the mine front total destruction. The loss wtll be enormous. Over SO) men and boys will be thrown out of em ploytnont. The fscoteb-Irlsh Suolety Voncres. Fmsmita, Pa., May 90. The Scotch-ItUh Society of America, of which Robert Donner Is president, will held Its seeond annual congress, here oil May 29, 30 and 31, and President Har rison and Secretary Ulaine are eipeeted to be present. Mr. Ulaine will deliver an address, Uu to Itlcliuionitt TU,e Confederate Veterans of this city, to the number of about 100, accompa nied by about 900 friends, left on the 11 o'clock Midland train today for Kkbmuud to take part in the cerewo aies attending the unveiling of the Lee atatue to morrow. They wore the old Confederate gray slouched hat ami i'r rM eases. As these gray followers of the hast cause narcbed to the depot they elicited waBV eowpHweutary re Maarss on their steady and stalwart ap pearaace. During the early morning sours the streets were thronged with Baltbaare e Confederates, who were an their way to Riebsneswl Ut pay Uittutst to their departed chieftain Nuval Note. Passed Assistant Engineer Horace t. r'rit-k and Assistant riaajaaiir Robert Stewart, jr. , save kisja ordered to ap pear beesM tisa retiring heard Dittauaved Lieutenant Sea ton Si-broader, tor duty ut connection with the YatntJiM and ajrekred to roamaaarf that, el; Lieutenant li. M. Dosnbouf, Knsign Waller J. hoars and Pasted As sfceairt Maiyintsr Haraonni, for duty on tits Yasaudua. Conuuander J antes K. Craig nag has eislniaa' to dtatf X4 Aaitea.y iuasN nest. tilc (a a V-wl. ladnnad Vmm anal K. H. Wanter Tsna1aT,ie ini,1J,Ww ' STnBJS fjaw pt'arn'anasfaa-aT' asnttai pavada and murtms t tks Kew Yurfcire tiaiitsnat-t on &ssta4y. Ky SH. anti hare sifadied Aei' laieaisVni t arerptiig- tmg -aiH he in guaats f SiHaabjIinil ul of Polke Murray. t7 ' t buy (xaSQBt nsr tawsday 9 "ajPI'fSr afSTaTta w mr rwlfaTaTjptI'f,er FaF i'eafeasiiaa ranMh tods, aid att f a laatNt Ml Miaaid- aUrfkiJ. u wMuuadn. Mar . wa . a . ,: ui aaenlaaiH.. vlara er irsslc. Udavktl iucatsr uf 4jact a , It . Bvwl tut V tlwoluja. i jwsvn t sauaUts hi.tIS Ht.ui tker iMro' rsj-ufcuurt, us atu ao urrut koortaMut, titiislei u ai i . u'clutk p ui EaUtUso ii tnaoaa in tM4 sHet-u utteiaattiii a oWnajJ ' tlwrtt ' TBI D0&TOR WAS FAMILIAR. 8V Ssy Mm. Ittnertt nnd Ir, BarnlM IS la Tranbte. Dfl-t-w), K. J , May -THe ar rest of Dr. J W. Barnitr, a wealthy physician, on a chartre of umlne famil iarity with Mrs. Lizzie Ulnort. the vvlfo of WllUaw Rlnert, one of the DofltOT'-" tenants, has created a senaatlon here. The Doctor lives In fine stylo on tb Delaware just above this place, ami last winter Hlnert and his wife ntflvou Into one of the houses on his tract and began work for him. Mrs. IMnert's testimony lfefore Bqulre llhodos, at lilvcitritle, tells the story of the alleged atsaulte. "The first time," said the plaintiff, a prepossessing woman of medium stat ure, "was the night we moved upon Dr. Itarnlte's place. Our house was not quite ready ami we stopped at the doctor's. White my" husband and my self were In his sitting-room, It woe quite dark, ami Dr. Uarnitr. attempted liberties with me." "Oh, doctor '" I cried, ami my hus band jumped up, but matters were smoothed over. "One day In April last," continued Mrs. lUnort, "Dr. Uarnltz camo to our house. Ills wife and daughter lmd gone to Hutllngton and my husband wns out at work." "Have you seen my wife?" asked the doctor. "She has gone to Burlington, " I snld. 'Well, I think I will have to get a new wife. Don't you think wo would make a good match?' said tho Doctor, laughing. Then he came toward me ami kissed mo, nnd did other wrone things. I told my husband whon I camo home, nnd ho wanted to whip Dr. llarnltz right away, but I induced him not to, out of consideration for Mrs. 1! am It 7. and her daughter." "Why did you not lnako complaint beforo this?" asked Counselor Jones, who appeared for the Doctor. "Because I thought so much of Mrs. Uarnitr." replied Jtrs. Ulncrt. The doctor was hold In $1,000 ball for his appearance at the September term of court. Do Insists that tho charge Is trumped tip becrtuso he compelled the inverts to lenvo his property, and for purposes of blackmail. Tho doctor Is 00 years old, comes of an oxcollcnt family, and stands well socially, A COWARDLY DEED. A IVell-Knnnn Slnrrlinnt Assassinated by t'nknoHii 1'ersons, .Hckson, Miss., May 28. Mr. A. M. Kimball, a prominent merchant of this city, was assassinated near his residence early yesterday morning, Tho killing was dono with n stick or some blunt Instrument. Tho key to his storo was missing nnd the store hnd been broken open, but nothing missing could bo discovered. Ono theory Is that Kimball caught burglars in the act of robbing his store and was killed In the fight that fol lowed. The family do not share In this theory, but have ono of their own, which they refuse to divulge. During the war Mr. Kimball was public printer of Mississippi. Ho was aftorwards connected with wernl news papers In this city. Later he was re ceiver of public moneys under Grant's administration. BLAIN. WILL NOT RUN. lie 7I (liven tip All Ide.t of Ilelns a Candidate fir 1'resldent. Xbw Yoiik, May 38,-Tho 1IVW Portland, Me., special says that, ai the result of conversations with tho men most Intimate with Mr. Blaine, it can be confidently stated that he has given up all tdoa of ever being a candidate for President aealn. His nersonal follow ing will support Harrison, If the latter seeks a rcnomlnatlon In lHl)i. Decoration Day." Tlie Crawford Shoe Store will lie closed all day; open Thursday night uutll I' o'clock. Slabbed to Death. With a Needlt,. New York, May 88. The trial of Geraldo Compobasgo, who U charged with murdering ltaphael Rocco on February '2 last, was begun here yester day, lioth men were laborers on the aqueduct and lived In a shanty, together with a number of other Italians. That night the occupants of the shanty were aroused from their drunken sluraliers by cile front Ilocco. They found him covered ulth wounds indicted by a long needle. One of the wounds had penetrated his heart, and he died ir. a few minutes. Compobavso tied, but was captured In Urooklyn. One ltoyal I.ady Decorate Auother. PAKis,3Iay3. Ex Empress Eugenie has given Km press Frederick a medal lion of great value, engraved with the Menijo arms and containing a leek of Eugenie's hair. The t'xAwroav shoe store will be clu,l the entire day Friday, Ma) 36. lo aciotouKahtte our patrons we shall reauia open uutll U o'clock Tbarsday night. A I'bystolocteat 3Iystery, y,OM.ikt CkUaee Area Putt It is a reeognlied truth that trained athlete are more easily irritated than Cuuririued dyspeptU s Rick Headache I S a. complsuut from which many saffsr 1 and few are entirely Ire IU caus , is iautitfestu.it aud. a sluggu liver, tlws care ior wiuth n raadUy lomia u the use of Ayer1 1H1U. 1 iouasl that lor akk hwuisii be. eaassMl by a ilmmisuwl kOtuiuuMi u tea stawah, Ayr;s MMs stjseat re- ; liable rvaaedy. - Samuel t- Mrattaaua, ' Wtirihinf "j JiaesL "AHcr tbe use of Atrs Pilis lur waasy yaara, la auy practice aaai iaaul . I 4u lustiasal ut aayisw Ikas tiiaty are an u eaeVat sadaarta. mI Ur sktioiii- W A It'easfall, M. D.. V. P A.aia SiX Vf. Kadway Co-, Burawst, Trxas "Avar's FtUe are the beat aiadvute Lbawk to tor resjtdasutg Jha bswU, 4 laer all diseases immmmI by ls utdmid ssosuavk ami User I sur fcc atar yaasa ou sundae, m jiiuiisj y aU eaaatuswma 1 bad uu ueetite aaul was weak tu4 aaavvHis 32af raw luaia.. iter uau three bows U Ayer's iilb. ad a Us aaaw tiM du-uaat susmU. I cuossskuly iuit4 HjjBa7lUiLwood, Toyraa. Kaasas .. J wm vwublsd for year wub iuJ'- KftSi2WL&?dmtt , - . . ,1 7T. . .st smbJ saisWsat tanas "14' H MSvEaa. Ayer?s Pills, raaraaaaur Hi. J. a Apr & ., iim. lei kg iswwskt asd Issit w att-. Jvru I iim Las W as"""spaa"aaa Sfap lata isasir to taawiata' ouw, ii.mbx.0 vateshilfc Kaujlaiid Sr-KClAT. NOTICE, ggT ' LMWOOD riTMFJTRSY Ttie annual rrwtlot t tha Wt rtwnew of Jleawoot! vmnnery fr tfce eteotloa ef trus tee tt 'orre for the t nrnr year Will te ItWit gBMOSOAY.Jt 5B itsp m,,at National filo Hail. v LORD, TUSKS' resident.' I KBT WAB15(?TON, 1 ' , M T ", 1B. i" .Byiimnalemati fir n of Pofcn dcrlTro,coflltjnaof Fi terl"o O Polm oorff and Royal B. Whitman, h this day fcewi (WoItw, the mtlreflrm binheMhay Inr bwn porchaed by William T. .Iohn)n, w miats S. Rlhw and Edward .T Jtctinad, who will hereafter conduct the lm1nes under the firm name and style of the "To Raion Wine Company," at the old stand, an Hth t n w , waMnKton, D. c. The new firm will pay alt debts of the late firm of rohnd" rfl Po , and are alone antborlred to welve and reretpt for all moneys due ld BTBi of I'ohndorff Co. ROTAb E WniTHAN, FRSDER1CO O. TOHSDORFF. Notice Is hereby srtten that Wllllem T Johnson, W ilnam ,1 Kline and Bdwmt ,r McQaadc have this day enterwl Into partner ship for the sale of wln. Honors and es peclally the To Ralon Wines, from the vtoe prd of It. V Crahl) of Oakvllle. rp Oontitr. Cat., a tho gnceeenrs of the Brm of rohndorff A Co , at the old staml. 611 Hth t. n. w , WMMnrion, D c, where tbeywlll be pleasfd to net he old natrons of the lute firm of Pnhrdorff & Co The Arm will be known as the 'To-Keion Wine Company." WH.UAM T. JOHNSON. WIU.IAM J RUNE, EDWARD ,T. MctJUADB. Wahtnaton D c , May 9. iwo mrtr.lt ;OTg;u STons wir,t, hk closrd au, si' day ntlDAY, MAY K). Onr friends will rleao wnae their rmrclies lief ore that we baTe lots of nice coeds to tore for you. E B. HARNl'M A CO , myti7,K,x mi ra. Ave. KJSr-OFFICE OF THE CObbKCTOR OF E' taxes. Iitatrkt nt CnlomMa, Wash Inatqn, May 1, I8P0. The attention of taxpayers Is called to thetax levleit for tbo year endlns; June 80, IHX), on real and personal property. Tho second naif of such tax, where not pre viously lld, will become due and payable on the first day of May, and It not paid before tho first day of Jano, ensnlnr, shall thereupon bo In arrears and delinquent, and a penalty of two per centum upon the amount thereof shall bo added, and the same, with other taxes dno and In arrears, will bo listed for advertisement and tax sale In tho manner precrlbod by existing law. By order of the Commissioners of tho District of Colnmbta. Attest; E. O DAVIS, Collector of Taxes, Dls trlct of Cotnm bWv myl dfft BS5T nintD COOPERATIVE TIOtbDINO -ty Asoolatlon. Fifth erlesj first pay ment first Monday In Jnno. Shares, $i each. & per cent Interest, Subscriptions can bo mnde nnd constitutions obtained at the fot lowlnr-namcd places! OFFICE OF THE ASSOCIATION, 30S7th st s. w. A. DErUE. Prest., WOI st. s w. W. T. WALKER, V.-Prost, 1411 U St, n.W A. A11CIIEU,41 and I sts. s, w. It. A. WALKER. Tth and 1 sts. n. W. l)n. It. II. tlUNNELU OSS I'a. aTc n. w. t),T. THOMPSON. 8eo . Cent Nat. Il'k ll'd's .T, T. PETTY. Treas., Dlstrlot nnildlnr. W, II. DLTLER. cm C st n w. .1. It. JOHNSON. SM Tth at s.W. J. N. niltCKUEAD, 10th nnd La. aro. n. W. msylT-lm KJSfAMERICAN SECURITY AND TRUST -' Company, 1110 Oat. n, w. CAPITAL, I1,,000. PnSFEIIRBD STOCK of tho THOMSON HOUSTON ELECTRIC CO.. bearing 7 PER CENT, dividends, payabla semi annually, for sale at tSO.tO per share, par HS, A rood In vestment, rattlculars furnished upon In Q t'O PER CENT IKTERKbT allowod on deposits subject to check at sight. No tlmo restrictions HI RhTYSHIP P.OND9 furnished. A. T, BHITTON. A. A. THOMAS, Preldent Secowl VIoe-l'resMenl. C. J. HELL, PERCY n. metkuek, First VIo-Prcsldcnt. Sec'y and Tress. DIRBCTORS-A.T. Ilrltton, Jas. B. Fl'cli, W. 8. Thompson. Uatry P. West, Ilnbt. Dornan. Wm Verner, II S. Umchhelm, C J. Hell. M. M Parker, C C Duni'anson, tlias, Porter. A. A. Thomas, Jas, G. i'ariie, M W. llcverldcc, Nath E.Janney, Caleb. I Mllno Wm, 31. Coats, Crosby 9. Noyos, lSerlali Wltklns. John E. Herrell, Martin P Morris. John S. .tanks, Allen II. Reed. myMw Kiy NOTICE TO TAXPAYEU8,-t)FFtCE a1 of the Commissioners, District of Co lumbia, Washington. D. t, May M, lt. An set of Congress, approved May , 1S, pro vides that the rate of Interest on arrears of general taxes prior to July 1, next, or on as senmenta forspcolal Improvements, Inctud Ing the laying of water mains, now due to andthe liens for which are held by the Dis trict of Columbia, shall be six per centum per annum. In lieu of tho rata and penalties now fixed by law, and of all accrued costs. If MlOh taxes ami asosments are paid on or before JUNE 30, 1SS0. .1. W POUOLAS3, L. 0. 111NE, it. M. ROIIERT Commissioners l. C. T-DR. WHITE. CHIROPODIST 1418 Penna. are., opposite WHIard's Hotel. Thousands from far and near visit Dr. White for relief from and avoidance of corns, bun ions, diseased nails and all other foot troubles. Hoars. 8 a. a. to 'p. m.;San days. to li. Established 16C1. Fee. II, KDT-ROCHDALE COOP SOCIETY OF THE 5' D1ST OF COL. Member of this society aro Informed that tbe new Trade Cards (and Lists), Improved ad extended, are bow ready for Issue. Members will return the old (green) card, with their address written across the face. to any of those named below and obtain the new on payment of the proper fee. Thwo being over 4,600 members who should obtain the new card tfnre April 30th Instant promptness is advisable. TU old cant It of ho SsnrjU aJUr AurUXt. J,W. IIARSHA. Secretary. !H st. Cash Hoots, Treawtrr Dent, and at iM 1Mb st. at nooa sad at 4 o'olookp. ra. A. T LoegWy.prest JsM A st n e, Agrl Dept. bmlthTbosBpsen, ' 1SB Paw.A. O. O., War Dept. L Vanderboef, MI Frenoh st, llureau of SUtktles. E. C. Pawcett, let Mass ave ne, 4th Aud. O flics. J. E. HeCubf. 3d .tne.P O. Dept. H, W. Sllh, 718 B st S W, Q. M. O. O. L. P Hunt. WW b st n w. Stb Aud. OtSce L. E. GrWUy, 70S L, st n w, Rest. Qtfon Tresstirr Jobn!rison.4tHt n w.Pea.Ofiieo. Dr. Jos. J out. arts Pa ave a w, S. O. O, Jotta Plan. &t JS4 st u w. A. 0. O C. U. Sayer. SurgwHt OesuraPs OsUee. Edward SsxUw. MS It st a e, Govt. Priat uigOsatet)- J. O. Ssowb, 7lh st aad R.I avvDru StoroL 1). M.DuvU, WUlS4ht a w, Bi Xaff.aud tmvsr'Btttoar. Cruslsr's Jtoosa. CityPsMt- I J.iln H Jnjuw. tSS lh t m v. Saosul OikMi. Dr. E. L. OotkiB, Ssaesst AmtmP Oaaos. J.U.Aasiras. law CaiMinran st. J.L O., tat. DU- . K Km, Us P at w Mirocar). P.J. Yoantcateaaintcoti.Sty Div Trswuy. wf' H. WoaaarJer. ir K t b w, Ossos Kev Mar.Tieas. Fraak Stblaf. Tut lath t a w, CUtar Store. By ordr ot the xeUnt coauaiUw J W. HAaniHA. Setaatory. mr E WAiMIKwTOif LOAN AXB TCST t'tasSPANY. (.APiTAL S4.0ej6O. TKHPOJIASYOiWaBL ltl tiiiw, nstsvioas to the sraotlnti of the eusBtsuty's building, uoraar tth aad F 3OatJYrLaAKID ON COCLATUUL A SB OK kXAL TATE. WeU secursat lusjas, raaraaicasl by the cospsy, for sal.. la tassMt hU rail uaor ooarsssmssd vrith a W B. adtUSQaf. Stw B H WlRKBR.PsM. DiHaXToaa. raarhtsN. fors)SF , Thuaaas awasarviUas, JaaaaaL. i a. Joka A. sVwssml rd w. ctar. J.S.wo Borat.eS iuaaU ikwWTi W Tail, it j.j iianiBsisoB. laarias stfialluter, AlhMM V. FvX. Of Crew, waUajss 1. Uuristf . Jwaa B. Larswr, i.e-jrasi TrusaasJi. a I Wuaoa. .. l. a. irf cba taoi WRkia A a. Wo tortaiaatiaa ww p; tnCS OF Tt COMsJtisa DJJj truii or (.uiunew. wuuiauaoa, v. Haxdi. ISUt Stlad nrouteal VUM bo CO caavadat the uatce of Uu rtsViioaars of the snatrirt of ioJ.uuu.ia luaiu tsovi iCa kkbL.. t.M .1 .J.A. .J I t.U 1&,mI. k ...htf. meat wkb gvuarbl Mii'uUss tor the aacalyear utUaT June JB, 11 cianartoln; Utioswry Usukkuuaae tuiii. ubool bo,fur alture. aaeivarv tiuwar. plumlaws tii vUes. aatosertss. bttots aud shoe. . Uu,j:U. uuats ttid varoJ-ii- lumber, torsjw. f rush BtswU. astiuiEa. tu i, di 4uhis,luauuW soaosie sbuu'Iibs kUasdv form orprooasaU, aapv R .BU,, 1 wb S' i warastu.iuu u u o u-uoe avtukatioa to xnu , MUlcWt , " ,' T" ' '.W ' "T" . , UB FUM . W , BVIWIMBI SSW rLrLt U rf.iu.1 tu rlcf 0i" J.U4 Uaoreiut.ufeid J w auu i DOI.aLal .aoatitT i jmnu-nuucn Di- Of CoJUBt.'(S- taWSi kot hav voi'st auara i.ue tae aaost MtaantH i la Price saaM as tSoajj charts. r t su, asa r stew. MaF Uta. XoCtlcHy U tha oai lath only hat aa aBByuKuaaBBj, sviHaUHHs Bapi IjuaSMas lass"l Mr ""laaB ui abb- usVksw bZr nw shapes inlas' aad a VJ mciXg M.rw td fift half a'tereSTw t.ba - . mt ra cruatt v tuaued . lot. ..'i.- tfcUtt tJTM-sjJUi AjifcA u. HMIOVUi or HI IS A.aaaartusaai A nnsa. saala 'liyia-' aBBBiwsBBaa wsbbppsv PaTBH"T?M CoaaM7fer ths sjautlea of firswtuc). will bTfitU at Xaaie asotsdTk'aUs Church. Va., ssaafal' mK WainrtM. PtJdei UaUMu TjS trici TVANTKn-TtKLP. A(tKntrmmtt mdtrtMt htmfmr ff rss, 46 cftsSs fir ewe Iwerflasv Weeaw for aarw, W' " ANTED-BY A iTOOD CrTt.OXim t.AtfJt- dress, washing and Ironing to da at hCBaet refereaeak mviwi. Arsply WW N 4V. AV AJtTBB A WHITE OtRL TOR OfJ!l- rl htnwsmrk In a s i lit fanMIT. man, wife and bov 8 years old; Oertaaa pre ferred; to the rirV party a prwasatH Irewe and goon wage ass -ed. Apply at . WW Pit aw. A S ABLE ADVKRTISTNO, ISSTJRANrE, XX sr, Lishinms: rna or oo ai Ksrertjr. of great iavotr fair, for WOTK. MtTEOSSUI terjt Pabv Op M work, terse ealflir. Write Leaden A I. Y. TVANTI5D IttlOMS. nTtrANTBb - a n,.U!aY-FUR'n)Kci T room nt tire Rortmast part or waere there win m bo oowotwu. wi hoaatAeaorar. Address p. p. n,. u WASinn- MiscEt.r.ANnous. A(HmitHnt ror tf hmt.ftm ajer htt, S6 wafr for em fawrfasn; 90 erntt jr wnt. A FEW DESIRABLE ROOM", Wlm steam power, gwid etevator setvleeaBd Srt etas hnrttowMp, In the TOST BUILDING, for rent at tow rates to first olaes tenants. Applr to 8TIL80N nUTCIIIN'', Post Rulldlng, or FRANK MAGUIRE, Saperin tendent. LOST AN1 FtlUNI). T OST, MISLAID OR STOIBN-CBltTlFI ,lj enies numbered MP, 941, 9M, P and 981 for one share each First Series CWttenV EqnltaMe UnUdlng AeooehUlon of Ofswg tewn, D. C Notice Is Imreby given that ap pllcatlen has been made for the Issuance ot duplicate certificates Her MARFJARET IIAYDBN. Wltnesses- Mark EP nERRY.A.M.BAER. rey81.at t roit SAf-rciuitTsrisT. AdrrrfonfrunfrMt Ami, fnrllntter tin, Vberntiforon wttrtitm: 50 ctnttfor thru. JVoR SALE-A BARGAIN IF SOLD AT once; 2 story and basement brlok hoitsoj , rooms and bath; all mod Imps: situated at No. 48 I st n w; prlco $1,300; terras one third oash, balance 1, 3 and 3 years. Aptdv to FRANCIS llL'FTY, 1901 F st n w. fofrw FR SALE-1N ALEXANDRIA, 8-ROOM frame honse.Just Qnlshlng; nydrantln yard; lot lCxliS; snng home; price, $two. Ap ply to ROBERT J. THOMAS, Room No. 3, OlJ Sth St. IrOU BALE-FRAME BOUSE 009 IN 85 ! foot alley, bet Sth and loth and O and II tta s w; 7 rooms; hall on both Boors; oloscta fronting the Potomac; 13 per cent Invest ment; lot 341 feet front by 0SI deep, 49 feet from llth st. Apply within. IPOR BALE-THREE OF TUB CHEAPEST J: honscs In Washington, 108, 103 and 110 fith st n e; two-story and baoment, brown atone trimmings; 7 moms and bath; etectrlo bells and gas; price, $3,C00 each, $000 cash balancn to snlt or trade for sood lots. roit UKNTiiousns. AdMTlUtmmti undir Ml lumt, fevrlhutor Uu, 33 etntt for on Initrtlm: 30 unit fur thru. TfOR RENT-UNFURNISHED- ft ITOt n I arnn w.trrs ICOO 00 1418 Mass are. 17 ra and stable UOO 00 1411 K at n w. 13 rs aw oo 1011 Connate, 13 r ITS 00 ltthstex.lSrs lf m I J M st n w, 13 rs 130 oo KfOlsthstn w.llrs loo isoSHstnw, iters. 113 oo lrn 6 at n w.llrs loo oo Itootbaplnstn w, 18 r 109 00 1744 Pat n W.llrs 100 CO 7814 list n W. 14 rs 100 00 I Lafayette Square, 18 rs B1H B st n w, 13 r 88 M ltoechaplnstn w, 1 rs 73 0C 1310 80th at n w. 10 rs OB 00 WM I III Iyer Place, 10 ts 83 00 1318 o st n w, U r as eo 04 NY ave, 10 rs asoo 170-1 Conn are n w. II rs 60 W 140ltoghtonst,0ra 33 00 noestouciitonst.o r aaoo 1011IllcgsI1ace,9rs MM lClSi-'ifst n w, 9rs so o tsKNYavclOrs ts 00 Pst. nearllst,7rs 43 ai 114817thstn w.7 rs 43 00 1604 8 stn W.Br 43 00 late nth stn w.7 rs te oo jlOHlltbstnw. tars 40 00 94U 14th st n w. M rs 48 oo 1819 Corcoran stn w, 9 rs ,W lawwaltaehst.ers voo Jir It at n . (t rs 3ft 00 1009 7th st n w, str and dwg 36 00 H71!stnw.8rs. m uu soooqstn w.sra 3Ciathstnw. 3rs 1213 N Y ave. 5 rs lOlliMhstnw, ers 1431 It 1 are n w. 7 rs l9Mstnw,0rs 913 E st s w, ti rs 917 Est s w 6 M 133441 stsw.Ors 94 34 30 00 38 00 as ra 4300 t SO 08 WOO 14 UO 3101st sts w. rs.... 13 ee The abiire htoisss can be examlnsd by ner- rfi It from oar oittee oaly. . . THOMAS J. FISHER A CO.. 1W4 P St. n, W. It RENT-TWO BRAND NEW 8IX room . frame houses, high and dry loca tion: near efanrebes and public school In Unloatown. Inquire ot A. BEUREND, 439 U atn w . KOll JtKNTHOOMS. AdtrrtUtiMiUt tmltr IAU htad, fmrlliut or Uu, 3 ctnti fur taw Inurlion; 30 tmtier lAru. HANDSOME FURNISHED ROOMS, EN eulte or slBrle, at the Uuekiaghara, MO 13tb st n w. oTerlooklDg Msl'bersea bqoare. Choke table. CM)R RENTTWO FURNISHED ROOMS, D suitable for gentlemen. No. SOS M. at a w. VK11SONAL,. AJfirHimunli under (All toad, four llMt or Uu, unUor out Inurtknu: M emit fvr tAru. XTOW IS THE TIME. WE WILL PAY i "blgBoaey"for genii' fit-lass soo oad haad elothiag. Address or sail at JUfeTIPS OLD STAND. 819 D St. n. w. FOIt SAI.K BttSOELCANKOUS. AHrHummU vmltr UU AtJ, four Urntt or fM, -5 W fvr 04 hutrUon; SO emttor thru. F K SALE-7JOd BATOPILA& VST MOKT- gun ButuU are oaTarsd for aale by E. B. WMTlBLU No. 114 S. tVa T7VJR SALE-HUattsK AND LASBAU-A P rr Hurw. orr U hnali a: aa kutraawi and But sauob used; Laaataa s4 hf Joyns; are osTwl at roasonaals) ratas ua account of owasr Isaviait the eity E H. COTTRELL. 14lfN Y ave- i . FR SALE-S78-SPBCI AL STAR. H INCH. sthMst rachat. I alckal. aJasofcMHdy par jaaressoratnny . COOTltY KKAI. HSTATB. TTOitkALX-AItOlT IT ACRBSt ON 3D ST J at stlaadad.ua. the Uaa of the aVkiaa toa aaat i lur.' Hub ilunwj. halax a awrt et the sstata u( ths lata Chisf Justius (W. Eeal si " 'aVaaawood:" a so 4, ooortJty iavestor. Fur uutkiulus. orbM. U.. jrufCHAPI SJOWX . MS S st a w MO.SKY TO LOAN. SI'. HILL. RKAL -STATE AMB LOANSi . Baraakss Ua all part of tU KT Ltta aad Has laaarsai-a Ouruar SU aast Pass a w. La Psu ruttauKais Bdiaa-. T I QsVKT TO LOA- ON BE, XI I BfSS-.UM SSCU-WSM S-tara J Kb o&v whaae ac. SS8 M tarry to loak on aooo wamtrx. TJrsoo,ruw. Mc OMEY. Ui ALL SUM. TO LOAN ON HEAL B-- aactlsUTY. AT 3 1MIUU vtan. M M PAHXKIt. ISJB I i Vat MW f sac- atrsstSwr as WWb- fcak Kacai4Mi AU lacsa aSsss-SM aiMl MKISjrlU4 bu.iat aSHl SAM. AL B6TATE 4W a m mwn iw s ewssfi, na r s. w. T-"v Lrif t I lsffcy4jwjfcjag I 8 'M u tu ?S tr . bl rAusr I tot vaUa. wttl or wiOwaa life tewnusca tiniif nirt"" ' -taiT or aaamaw to , sfel&N aa, iwia- 8, u. t3 or sas. ii EaaTaSaVas - meamu mjm ttaf 1 BTJaasalof ahoasaC T aagT-TX 8JBK. TbfHsWT to WAM m .MaTTa-i'i- bu' IjW t b s bbi naaBSBsam mbm ssMaast (UJL K 65 FOR, SALBI HOUSE! 3-Hwy and bttement 10-rwm brtek iMNitet all modern Improvement! sHwtte leeosl strettt hetweea O ami D ee. 4W Pr t1,000. toty frame boe,wUh large let; Mtoat e on Sixth streets between 11 ami O se. S77 Price, $8,000. 8-story brlek bense, contelnlng 0 reems ami bath; site ot let, 18x75; atMate on U street sw. 468 Price, $4,000. S-ttory ami back building brlek ilwelllnsr, contalnlnr; 10 rooms; all modern Impttjre ments; situate on corner of Ninth ami 0 streets aw, 88 Prtee, $8,000. 2-story brtek house, 6 rooms and bath! situate on I. street, between North Capitol and First streets nw. 400 Trite, $8,380. 3-story brtek bouse, containing; la rooms; all modern Improvements; situate No. 031 B street nw. 428 Prleo, $10,500. 3-story brtek house, 10 rooms; sire of lot, 96x195; tltnate No. 148 N st. nw. 881 Price, $10,000. 2 story and basement; brlek house, ? rooms ami bath', situate on New Hampshire) i Venue, bet. Land M sts. nw. 400 Price, $0,500. '.'-story 0-room brlek house: situate on Cleveland ave, bet. 12th and 181b, W and BonrkUry. 4C5 Prtee, $1,900. 2-etory Vroom brlek bouse, on Walbwb Place. 461 Prlco, $t00. 3-story i-room brlek house; situate on Wallach P sec. 443 Price, $S,100. 3-story b.-Iek house, containing; 11 rooms and bath; and all modern Improvements; situate No. lira) 0 st. n. w 4.W Price, $15,000. Improved property on tbo north sldo of G St., Hide frrjt. 444 Price, $85,000. A larRO s'.ablo property In a dcslrablelo- catlon; now tinder lcaso to i;ood tenant, paylncO percent. 317 Price, $3,000. 41)4 Irame dwclllnp, Grant ave., Mount Plcasan', Prlee, $7,000. 400 -Four alley houses, contalnInK 1 rooms- each rent for $15 per month. Prise, $0,500. 489 8-room frame house, lot 30x75, on L st. se. Price, $8,000. 407 2-story and cellar brlek house, 0 rooms and bath; situate on Columbia Heights. Price, $10,000. House In Alexandria, Ya, 3-stery brlcK dirclltne, 13 rooms, wltb oOIee annex and lares side lots; situate on cor. Duke and SU Asaph st.; lot 73x50. $3,MX). 3-story and back building: dwelling, eon IsJbIic12 rooms and bath; tot 70x00, sit uate No. 1114 Prince st, 402 Prtee, $tl,500. 3-ttory and back building brisk bouse, GontslutnK 18 rooms; situate on southeast cor. Trlnee and Patrick sts. 438 Price, $8,500. 4-story brlek dwelling bouse, built In the most substantial manner, eontslnlng; SO rooms; site of lot 58x112. 961 Price, f,500. 2-story and back bulbllnir brisk bouse, containing; 8 rooms, situate on Columbus tt near Prince. 488 Price, $8,400. 488 3-story brkk dwelitae aouse, eoa talnlng 10 rooms sad all modern improve ments; Urge side yard; situate on cor. Washington and Cameron sts., opposite Old Christ Church, Alexandria, Va. This la the best sanation la Alexandria. Price, $6,000. Terms One-third ease, balance one and two years. Uonses at Palls Charcb, Va. A new cottage, aitaate only 5 minutes' walk from Falls Church atstloas. W. A O. It. K., Va., containing rooms, bath, pan try, sBd trunk room; aire ot lot, 110x150 feet. Price, $8,100. Terms easy. AI U A new cottage, situate oaly 5 minutes' walk from Falls Churett suites, W, A O. K. K., Vs., eeatilalBg, parlor, dlBlng-reota, Lltcbea, 4 bed-rooms, bath, servants room and aUts. Prtee, $3,500. Trw easy. Vacant Uronutl Nortlieuat Bud Sonili. cast. a. t iiV w aaaaaa WW a ssstssm aaa u iMg, HaUOvf " 1U I. 4tosW " 5 u 3 u 1 u 4 ii 4 u u 1 U 1 M 1 U U u u u J a a -JtJfD-. WHOLE SQUARES -IK- ROSSLYN. iiiliMa i T nin hi nit rt nf t-B fHir ""aWaisaawaBfc aB-a "M 8f m i JkWa-aaaay. sw C5tT 'VP HUCIS HUFTY Rftal Estate Byokftr, IJUMI fMM-. W -V C kaw-av SB 8 4 4 MSStSSSMUMSSH -" ! aWat lftd "P'W Qtyk 30 iSu"""-!.- hj ir -B1 kML. -. . e NrBUa - IsBB 36 ......... .,,.. .. Site )(r-.ii"-l-. 9he m ul SM",M' """""tM iatt rmirnstis, rpREASLRY DKFAllTMailT. i i tnc neererary. wasasagrqa. p 'Aii if-hM prnrnaan srs win h rpt-''rr 1 TtrcRTOAT, .tPTB , ffft r r n 'inc. win sad laylmr new oarits and raealnrt carpets for shfonMnt anal fnr (Ttftlnt aad lar ttisr ilnt'letms awl nsartlnr aad rHagrttnr I carpets Ir tmctoi to bhMen oaa he hs np. n application to th olllce of the aps-rn teadent Th riant to reject any swl al' ' h retvd Partial Mrts w no hst roist- ered Propoaals shonM h addr"!. f i f Jenretary of the Tresunrt aad hidorwl Pn- wi "mm ror i amnr aan toneptaiiA. of prormsal NMrlatlon bv i'onrres depwidenf nrw p- W Wi:D!M ter;- retar? mva jts.''.ta T3HOPO!. I fMWr. Ronse of ttrnran(tln ss r Whtt)srton,T r 'Maj f . isw -Jeaiel rm reswls wlil he received at tht nfllesi nntc i r 3'elcfk m. FRIDAY JDTtE , 1 for the ellvery of twelve hnndred 'l.ifWi tons, more ofr resa, of twst white ash fnnmce rml (MMSM). also. eventv8ve 7ford mnre ran, of the rst i pine sad one hni 4tm aad flftr i iwcord. more orlsns. of re-t oak wond. as mar b nend at the Hnwe "f Wipraaentatlrm dnrinst the 8 l year noting reec3S, 1W1, said wood nnd coal to bed irreted and stored In tho vanlts In the nth Inr of lYir i aHtol. at sfi thne and n tveh (tamtftls as may be desired by ths Clerk of the llonso of RepresentatlTes the ooal mnt wetf h ,) pnnnds tn the ton ard K tie oaa wooa mnsi n cnt in taree on ptcsn . Trood mnst masrA IMrahlA rwt tit f hA a. rord and mnst be rorded, measnred anlnit r attherapttnl The rirht to reweiah the mj l at the Capitol and the rleM to relft as? and all bias Is n strved The Wds to Itv dorscd "Proposars for foal and Wood anil addressed tn BDWARDMrPnURSOS. reik, of the Honse of Representatives V r asjf t ii rlt SALT AND tUtNT. 1 EAL ESTATE nt'LLETIJI THOMA8 E WAOOAMAN.1W7F street. Chances made Wedneedars and Satnrdar. 8-STORY BltlCK AKI) FPAME HOUSES FOR RALE. eiai st nw, bh, ml.iers tlfi.om 1018 loth stn w, bh, ml, lers roto Iiaaethstn w, bb, 9 rs Sino S8 Indiana ave n w. b h, 9 rs 7 n IW.Ma are n w, f b,8rs 7 fl 3Istn w, bh, 11 rs a,ji sa K st n w. b h. 10 rs wn HISN.T oven-. f h,t rs tono H32ethst n w.bh. 8rs l.yo Alley between rlst and W, M and N sts n w, b h. 8rs I VX1 2 BTORY D1UCK AND FIUME HOUSES TOH HA LB. Alley bet Sth and 7th, L and M its n w. fb.4 rs turst Ml, stn w, b h, Trs .von ttniBMhstn w, bb,6 rs irm srLstn w, bh, ml,6rs... iW tBliethstnw.f b. 4rs -wo 78ft Mst n w, bh.Srs J.mi im8andIcrtlAwrencostn w.th. 3rs. . a,ori CM and 46 0st alley n w.lb. 4 ts If a eostn w. fb, 3 rs i.vn 1913 E tt n w. f h ?,sl UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE. Per foot. Tart lot 3. K st. bet 18th and lfth its n w l i L st, bet 13th and 18th sts nw 3 po )st,bet lJthnml lSthstsn w 1 1 Pa are. 1st sth and Tth sts se a m loth st. bet JI and N sts n w....... I 73 "thst.betitandHn w 1 73 4th st.'bet I. and M sts n w I "O lMhst, bet Rand P sts n w t .'3 Dunbarton ave and Ileal! st, 80th and Slr stsnw 1-3 30th st. bet NandO sts n w I 13 st, bet Canal and Cats nw MO 0 st. bet 1st and 3d sts n w i No cor Va are and Ml stn w 5 HOtlHES FOR KENT. rerra;ntn. 9131 Nst n w.rs "13 .v) MMdatcn e,8rs tiro aetisthsts w,8rs im 4I4 3iSttB w,6 rs 14 30 1 Corcoran Row, 4 rs II oo 98 Jackson st n e 3 ts to u l411thtnw,4rs a tio KearTatiMstsw.Srs 7 vi 118 Green's alley n w.Irs v iei9Cstsn.rs t'l STORE. OFFICES, ETC. 14 K st n w. 1st Boor, 3 rs $U Cd 918 r st n w, W floor, t front rooms to ro 4fc8 La ave, 1st floor, riroetrs mi CO. tr and dw last Md are n a. 8 rs i v Strand dwclWO Del ares w, 7 rs .. 23 01 MranddwitWIkstne.? rs "a HtablerearSH list n w into sth st and Pa are, Room 8 ! vi 31 Uth st n w. front rm, 3d floor " on 4 La ave. baok rm, 3d floor M') LOANS. In snms to snlt at 6 per cent. The above Is only a portion of the propei ty on my books. For fall list sail st office f"r bulletin. Issued on the 1st aad 1Mb. IIOAHIIINO. TICKS. HINBS-'TIIE RLUVRKK" IKM II 111 stnwtnow plumbing, new furnlttirt. j) additional rooms; personal attatiB to too table; location central, sear tbe Arllnstnri and WormleT's. feO 90 TTNPRECEnENTED ATTltACTION' U OVEIt A MILLION DIWHIBLTED. L-cl. u, l, LOUISIANA STATE LOnERY CO. Inaoronrated bv tbe Lecla tar for elucn- tloaal aod charitable Mrpo4. aad tutran- chiseraadeatMrt of the present State t'oa- r oi me preseBi biw t pb , by aa OTRwun.JiNaruro- stltotkm, I, IB JBTS, I LARVOTE- Its GRAND EXTHAORDINAItY DRAW INGS take place semi ananally (Jane ard D,eber, and its ORAND SfNOLK Vl'M IIBR DRAWINOg take place la each nt tbo otbsr tenmeBtr in the year, aad are u.:i drawn lo pobllc.at the Aosdesay of Mas lo. New Orleans, La. "We do her ebv certify that we snperv'vs the arraBe-nts for all the Monthly and Seml-ABBual Drawing of the Louisiana 8' ate Lottery Co., sad la person ria.r and '-"n-troltbe drawtBgs themselves, and tut rbd sanesr eoadseted with booMty, tajmess aad la rood faKa toward aU parties, and wo aBtborae tbe Company toose tniasert.c a'e, wMhfss-si (lesof our stcnaturos atUrrtcd, la Its advertlsBMBt." ff&4 CouiUklssloBcr. Wa the vadfsJaMit B sks aad Bankrrc ill s-y aflMtsei draw a la! tbe Loa -aj i M4e I lltSMS which Buy be rtd at II. Bf. 3VAI.MSLK3, Prts. La. Nat. U-nk. P. LANABX, Frsa. Stale Nst. bnk. A. HALDffW, Pssa. N. O. Nat. Bask. CAUL KOHN, Fm. Uatoa Nat, &udc. fiSAliO MOITBLYBkAWl( wiil rke waie at iae luistar or Masse. Jw -ls-a- TCi-DAY.evit IT. Msa7 CAPITAL PRIZE mm isnjce- Tkkcu at KaMr Bshu; V ?., UTOPPHtaaai. 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