THE DAILY CIIITIO, THUltSPAY EVENING, MAY 20, 18D0.
fill 11L, UJ11 1 1 UL
SENATOR STBWUiT BITTERLY
ATTAfKS MAJOR FOWELL
SHERMM MS JiLLfilOlf'S ACTIONS.
The Fomsr Dhs Nflt Like the LaU
1HE OHIO SHATOR flETS A SJT-BACK.
Tile of as AMttaenl"'Ri's RmUr-
ranl Scheme- A Sample ef
In the Senate to-tlay Mr. Stctvtut,
ilein; to a question of trrivllemi, had
read (in niticle from a Washington paper
containing a statement by Major Powolt
in reference to n resolution recently of
fered by Mr. Slevrort, iw to the division
of 1 400,000 appropriated for Irrigation
purposes to tho use of the Geological
Mr. Btovrnrt skotched an outltno of
what bad been done recently In the
nork'of stimulating Irrigation in the
far Wost and of the appropriation made
for that purpose.
Major" Powell, he said, bad used
more than ball of the appropriation In
expensive survey of no practical use
for the object in view; and be Inti
mated that Major I'owoll had
enormous power In both Houses
from bis giving employment to n
lot of young men, the sons
and relatives of members of Congress
and tbnl be kopt nn enormous lobby in
Washington to control tho action of
Congress. Ho characterized the Du
rcau of Geology and Mineralogy as n
mass of humbug and foolishness
"K CtRF.Vri.TINO INHOriTALFOIlLMB
The only lobby on tbo subject was
that maintained by Major Powell, who
boasted of his belrfjf able to control Con
gress, and who Intimated by his dic
tatorial manner his subordinates. He
protested against any man attempting
to run the West In that way.
Mr. Gorman defended Major Powell.
Tho Senate agreed that when It ad
Jours to-day It be until Monday.
Itoutlno business having been trans
acted, tho Scnato resumed consideration
of tho "original package" bill.
In tlie Home.
Tho House today considered public
building bills at the usual rato two
Itepubllcan to one Democratic building.
8IIKKMAX AND ALLISON.
'HI r. I It UlVAt. AJI111TIONH .V IIKAgON FOR
TUP. FOllMRll'i ACTION.
An additional reason for Senator
hhcrman's course In tho Finance Com
mittee Is found In the fact that, not
only Is ho annoyed by the Napoleon
business in politics, but be is made very
weary hy tho persistent Presidential
aspirations by Mr. Allison, the smooth
statesman from Iowa. It came to
Mr. Sherman's ears that It was contem
plated to refer tho McKlnley bill to a
sub-committee composed of Messrs.
Allison and Aldrlch, who had the Mills
bill in charge at the last Congress.
Tho dickey bird at tho same tlmo
whispered In tho weary ear of the
Ohloan that the tlrm of A. & A. nro
poecd simply to report back their
former bill as a substitute for tho
McKlnley bill. Whatever gratification
this might have atforded Mr. Sherman
as a quencher on McKlnley was lost In
the contemplation of the boom it would
five Allison. Hence the little arrange
ment he made with his friends Die
Mr. Sherman was opposed to the
public hearings and the reopening of
the iiucstlous Involved, but the Demo
crats 3tood tlrm and Mr. Sherman
yielded, In order to gain his
main point. The Republicans are
far from happy at the outlook
for their effort Uo revise" the tariff.
Doubt and dissension prevail In their
ranks, and their leaders are divided by
rival ambitions and personal jealousies.
TIIK TALE OF AN AMENDMENT.
WHY WH, SHERMAN WASTED TWO FES
ElOX DISTRICTS IN OHIO,
About three weeks ago when the Peti
tion bill was up in the Senate Mr. Sher
man offered an amendment to divide
Ohio Into two pension districts. An
acrimonious debate arose. In which
Mr. Sherman was badgered iato losing
his icy temper. Insinuations coaiatrainic
his motives were Indulged in to an
exttut altogether heyo&d the bounds
of Senatorial . courtesy. However the
amendment was carried, ami the bill
west into conference, There the SUer
maa amendment was rejected ami
another reported to authorise the ne
sion agent at Columbus to appoint a
deputy to sign als Baste to ojjk-tal
i becks. This shut off lite plea that the
oftue was too big for one maa to rill,
because be couldn't sign all the cheeks
in a month. Sherman was rnueii cha-'
grined at this outcome of his little game.
The nature of this gams has just
transpired definitely. It menu that esse
til Mr. Sherman's chief fence viewers
was Captain Cote, who was a candidate
fnr uension agent. There was another
Kichwoad In the itotd U the
ptraon of General John C. Hitch
til who has the iHatinguishflil
honor and great good fortune to he
the happy husband of the accomplished
uitte.of the eminent chicken- fancier of
Fiembnt. The ex Piestiint said
Xiu-heir appointment was the only
lavor he would ask at the hands of this
Adauniairsiloa. General XitehsU was
Still wanting to do something for
Captain Cole, who was far from being
a jolly oki soul at this time, Mi. nher
luan uHnaiufd his amMssmmnt, with
the remit as aAawe retatod. AH Ums
things IsrmI In aajMlaBY Aim veanian. am)
dar asr sbay hsftsjon hsniMBina sansv aaft
a4 grim v44 mk mow tajrifewie.
HIS uiHtUn lalXHU)
a M-l ttt- rJtUUatttiT RAJtaUaOA
lua-i st n. awajai.
Among mss sowsismtttiWaf sea w yes
uedsy was that of 4. U. fcerb-y as
bul at Far. '
taw. hjssis h m) imbim va & be tike
war ltepsjEMamwL &t says he nrmii
uadVr an sati4sm4 nasae. hns k.as
aluy dcchUmd to say what the stasae
Be tiiimmfctfl a booh with the titi
ih 'sW 8r-" It ran thjMwgh tht
jjim i-srtris sy mm!B aw 9Mpp iffHFSmBPp 1Bp WsWPH
f rm- Tie hguh is saw W hd.v mtea
mw hy asaa one with a haMat
kr '!-. Ige A EagUah Uaa Eerty.
1 -i tbt ' li'ifrsph klrvhe he be
t vi a tin v-n i. a jjjI tu t work Is 4
If ' i . vt.4 Uif. uui a ai ! i tut t wcrk la 4. - ..
BBla --. n SMitft 1-4 j !. 'J y iii
fte was elRproyal In Oie CMciigo
jjw?rMr nrwrn irj Mr. wtu, wn
wf diktat:! dor fery.
.Tien ha tfet w oit fof Rtiftt
IfWbb, lobhyftc at a bfH to pfty fttf
eiftderat lmWs, & Hi Mflg to
brwui. them is Lomkw.. Dnshsg thi I
JTlak Mid wtmen hUh ft ie Tripr
lie aWprd jvlth ft ifcwfiter Bf Df.
IlarMKl 6f WashlBrjon, PH., snrf hit
anWlntnent Is creatterf to that Stut.
KMrerciitative Dalxell secured the ap
pWntnwtlt. Kerby has not torn confirmed, ami
very Iftely his name will be with
draws. A MISC02WTRUED MAXDATR
spKAKitn naien's RBtTAtisAjrr mjt,B
our. adow? tkk wwrrox rijAW,
Speaker Reest's order coMernlns; the
sdllne; of l(inors in the House restnn
rant was not so sweeivlng as It was
thonebt to be yesterday. In fat the
Sjiealter's order simply nl tin the Uo
ton plan of sitting down to drink, in
that position everything goes. The
"Iwr" Is done away with, however, and
that is all.
5HKHMA; SET HACK.
HIS ri.AX COKCBIWIR TIIR y'KIXt,BV
The Senate Finance Committee met
this morning and liesjm work on tho
McKlnley Tariff bill.
If they proceeded in the ttsusl routine
manner, boglnnlng with the chemlcnl
Just before adjournment Mr. Hlscock
moved that a sub-committee of each
side bo appointed to prepare schedules
for argument tn tho Sonata.
It was adopted, only Sherman and
ancc opposing it.
Mr. Shcrmon Is more than ever con
vinced now of tho truth of Hums' as
sertion, that "tho best-laid plans of
men and mlco eoug aft nglco."
MEN OF THE IRwTrAIL
Second Day's Session of the Slate Rail
Construction UenFrnlly I)lneiiMel
Action Shoulil Ilnvo linen Token
llctore Ittnaonablo Jlntas.
The second day's session of tbo con
ference of State ltatlroad Commission
ers and Interstate Commorco Commis
sion was called to order In tho Sttrt
Building, at 10:0 o'clock this morn
ing, by the Hon Thomas M. Coolcy,
Upon the call of subjects for con
sideration, Mr. Woodruff of Connecti
cut, In reference to "Hallway Construc
tion," said that It seemed To him tint
was a matter in which tho Slates ought
to take action, and that a threat many
evils of tho ixtat would have been obvi
ated had such action been takau. He
leferrcd to both the physical and finan
cial aspects of tho question and thought
that Mate and Federal regulations
should tie provided.
Mr. Crocker of Massachusetts sug
gested that thu question as to uni
formity in legislation, regarding rail
way construction, should be referred to
a committee, to report at the next an
nual convention. Chairman Cooley ap
pointed the following committee:
Messrs. Crocker, Shorter, PIngree,
Iticb, Garberand Woodruff. Tho same
committee will have the subject before
them of "State ItallroAtls" for consider,
Judge Fleming of Kentucky dis
cussed the subject "Heasonable Hates,"
and referred to tho decision In the case
or Munu vs. Illinois Central Ilallroad
Company, and favored the right of ap
Judge Fleming offered a resolution
that & committee bo appointed on "ltea
sonable Kates," to report at the next
Mr. Williams of Minnesota asked,
What is the way out of this dilemma,
and must a right of aptieal be given?
He thought that a right of appeal
should not be guaranteed.
31 r. Smith of Iowa said: Maximum
rates are always prima JuU evidence of
reasonable rates. A court cannot tU a
rate, but it can determine whether or
not a rate is unnecessarily high or un
necessarily low. Property should not
betaken without adequate compensa
tion. Mr. Seymour of Connecticut sub
mitted the'repon of the committee on
railway accounting, suggesting changes
In the personnel of railway ofticlals,
that the words "general balance
sheet" be change to "Income account,"
that the words "market price of stocks"
be eliminated, etc., ete.
The Chair appointed as the com
mittee. Judge Flwumlnsr, Kentucky,
W. McLaures of Mississippi, 1. N.
Mortised. Maine. J. IS. Itresthtll,
Missouri, John King, South Dakota.
The next idace of meeting was left to
the discretion of the committe. After
the session at 3:90 o'clock this after
noon the convention riaaliy adjourned.
Sul.hle or ik Girl About to II UarrUil,
Mbxii.j, Mo., Jfay 3tt. Susie Itich
ardson, living in this county, who was
to have hesst married yesterday to Wil
liam DamknrmaB, eoiumlttod suicide by
taking strychnine just before the hour
nxed for the wedding. Her mother
had so vlgosously objected to her war
riags thaTths gin resolved to kill her
self. Danderman is frantic with grief.
Wmuuultw VfitsU to MstI Out.
Xkw Yokk, May H.X special to
the Uttald from Philadelphia says that
John Wanamaker. who ahout two
yean ago bought the wholesale dry
goods business of the well-known nrtu
of Hood, Bonbright 4 Co.. is now anx
ious to set rid of his bargain, and that
asttottattons are now psmnng, whereby
the old inn may regain control of the
The MeLtM Lwim Gttbir Ke.
Uuv Kk, Ph.. May 38. The
UAsmtad. hlltfli JhiVmUUB' oinLW-sA Vs.! aitn
p" p wpvsr wswiwmipss ssiaapssT
it la kaave haw to day. Captain Smyth
ai Colmetot rHsarthavtag dsvifef
that the vessel can he withdrawn for
that BiMnajt. lave condition of aJtairs war
ransUgiT A w an 04 h nar mU
Xsmuu, May 38.-4 farsaer Uving
ncajr Cordova refused to giant porrnU
skm to one of his servants to visit s bull
sgat, whsxmusm) s smirant murdered
hla ttejasSja sums fimr uthmr asjesahacs ojf
th faaaily ami fcuV
Trottius; au4 ntnslag, ftstmhigs to-mor-
; Oslfce wi ha -Vnnl so
MMlir lc. fcar omW of
Tlw H'hast sfam ssnke fcvoi 'sU
ruiisimt BwaVt fasmr Ca u a8 tasvugh
GOSSIP BFJffl SPORTS
arms or urn ball fiklIt,
WASR.ON LOSES -AGAIN
And Dfope i. Pg Lower i the Itaee...
MtMIHas Again in tk Rfnf.
Is Sallivjn Afnia?
ON THB DIAMOND,
TVOh PI.ti A3SD PAIR HtM WWtJItJ tTT
IIRnit ASI) TltR.
The Washington Club dropped an'
other peg In its race for tho pennant
yostordny, ami for the third tlmo since
the trip began was whitewashed by a
score of 6 to 0. As usual, it was the
same old story and the same old cause
weak hitting only one hit being made
by Sullivan's men. Underwood, the
new pitcher from Kansas City, was
triad, ami did fairly well, only ten hits
being made off his delivery, and these
being fairly well scattered. Had the
Washingtons been able to have done
any batting at all they might have won,
but tho men havo evidently forgotten
how to handle bats, and so wo lost.
To-day tho same clubs play again,
unless the rain which provldonttally
came down at tho close of the eighth In
ning yesterday continues today to pre-
Ilaltlmoreand JTew Haven both won,
and In consequence their positions are
not chanced, the Connecticut team
still leading by a vory narrow margin.
TROVED Wr.t.COMK SEWS.
The news published oxcluslvely In
yesterday's Ciiitic, that Daniels. Iato of
the Pittsburg team, had been secured
by tho Washington management,
proved welcome news to the majority
of baseball enthusiasts In this city who
did not npprcclato tho beauties of tho
toboggan slide to which tho home team
was introduced in Now Haven
some days ago. Daniels was se
cured for tho PIttsburgs by Sulli
van, and many a tlmo Ted has la
mented exceedingly that lie could not
get him for, Washington. Ho proved
that Sullivan's estimate of bis ability
was by no means overrated, and pitched
excellent ball for tho League team.
Hut, like nil young players who make a
success, ho Incurred the enmity of the
older members of the team, and .Man
ager Heckcr finally released lilm. His
loss is our gain, Danlols will probably
make his tlebut In ono of tho gnmos at
Worcester to-morrow, and that ho will
gtvu a good account of himself Is al
most n foregone conclusion. With
four pitchers the club Is sufficiently
strengthened now to exoect better re
sults during tho remainder of the trip.
M'.AOIK H. linoTHKltllOOl).
Tito I.estjue anil Brotherhood teams
are still struggling over that old bone of
contention, who ate the people. At
the present writing It looks very much
as If the older organization had the call.
It has been drawing larger crowds every
(Uty than the Brotherhood teams, and Is
under so much less expense that it can
afford to stand tho decreased attendance
from last year Johnny Ward. In an
open letter In the New York Sun, pro
tests very earnestly that the Players'
League Is all right and will come out on
ton of the heap.
Just at present a letter received from
a well-known Urotherhood player,
written In confidence, Is a more correct
summary of tho situation than nil the
mutterlngs of Ward and his hired satel
jltes. The letter savs:
"Wo arc in a hole. The attendance
Isn't half what it's reported to be, and
I don't know what wo are going to do.
We are not controlled at all and and
ami two or three others drink as they
please and come In at 'i ami 4 o'clock
In the morning. I'm sorry I ever went
Into this thing and I wish I was with
the old League. I don't believe we
will last the season out, and maybe not
a month longer. Ward and two or
thiee others are fixed, hut what are we
poor devils going to dor
"Tho baokers are dead sore putting up
money, and I'm told thev will not do
it any longer. If it rains Decoration
Day look out for a crash. Your ad
vice, after all, was the beet, and I'm
sorry I didn't follow It,"
Comment Is unnecessary.
AT THi: HJN'G SIDK.
UES WHO kXOCK KCH OT1IKK OUT
tOH A LnXMHOOD.
This has been a lively week among
the short-haired, fraternity of this eity.
The McCaffrey combination at Ker
mm's last week roused up the kvsl
nshters and there has iHten considerable
talk and an unusually large number of
Sood bouts there. Hilly Young ami
eorgle Hagan had an Interesting set-to
on Tuesday night and so did MeOaff rey
and Ed. Hoach, although the latter was
knocked out in the second round.
When McCaffrey squarred off at
Hoach it reminded the writer of a situ
liar kceue nhli-u occurred at Cbeater
Park, t'incianall, nve years ago, nheu
Mac met the invincible John L. Sulli
van. The writer had not seen him
since that time, but there wss no change
apparently in the sleek, well propor
uoned athlete, whom many thought was
the equal of the Boston man. They
fought ten rounds and at the end Mae
wanted to continue, but Sullivan would
not agree to it. The referee skipj,jd
os? to Columbus or Toledo, and then,
after forty eight hours' deliberation,
announced that Sullivan had won the
fight' It treated aa immense furore at
Stime, ami the followers of Mi
Jiey ere loud la their declaration
that he was a better man than Sullivan.
Mae cbalk-ujied Sullivan, but they never
met in the ring sg-du. McCaffrey's
dnfent by lorhctt a few months ago
settled him as a lighter, and in addition
to this I am told his wind is gone.
Talking with Oily McXillan, the
other night, he sanoiinced his determi
nation to remain in the ring, lie had
previously given out the information
that he was dosve with fghtisg, hut U
seams mast that ha will not desert th
squared circle. And k would not he a
surprise to see tHhalkmge from him u
a fsv day directed at Xorthedtw. If
it is accepted, ahich Is doubtful, he
to win. fur he is a plucky, hard
, a aluUon for line lib mt-Bl. and
tent tJte other nght through a nuke.
Ssily Is anxiously loaning for
but It U not tikmv he will tret
There i no one in the city who
case u ran up agint hiat.
tg ami tjkstav two mM'alSwetghU
may Bossibly get together in the near
iuauxe, hsit it Is dou'ulul
AIUV4.V 1'wi.iatn urws.
T Cmu annoumiad Mtvuraldays
go that Jvhu L. $uBvaa ami Jo lie
auUfe had wen matched fur a hniae
light, for ttteo side )U Lynch
n0 nuns the match ou U4af of fcul
livno. as one of hi uajckac w ihs
Kilisln nght. and put up 3MW forfeit
tuUian avhsx he had dune and akd If
as ould fghi the mat, but up to Uvu
abjrat fcd eot rc.cieJ as au.twei'
W Uti lit ch&uipiwu Was Ui-rat. 1
yterday be WW cxtrenscly CttjtttejW
ad ld: "Ther-e I r irw wSMPS
I th rrtwrt thai 1 ant rnfW w
mwt McAuHffe of anjf oie."
AROUND Tltft TTiAfK.
TO-IAT RTRIBS THK tVt?l!St
rotom HWBiwnT at wunnUTa
The ptof rwrmm for to-day's Iftw. at
Gtavweird are m follows:
Rrtt nice, 6 farlong. Steftfr) U:
fittroy, 1H; My Fellow. MsdjttS&TlP;
risff, TBTir, US eej; ftlaB.lTO; tii
Mge MaM, Strylte, lWeacli; Fwsttw,.
leccrnl race, 1 mile. Beltwowl, 1; Klog
Crab, lMs Miwtstona. 110: Salttrif, M:
Martin Rossell, 1; My FelW, ; Olovy.
Tlilnt race, Tremont ststtes, B fnrhmgs.
VoM, fhsthsm, Orsy Kor, Boleroj Msdge
U, Versatile, Best Boy. Forward, fltmlet,
P. D. Wn!, 118etli: fometlon. 11.
Fonrth race, Broofttyn nip, ij mtfrs.
Kxlle, 139; DnnttOTDe, 13?; Taragon, 197;
8lr Dixon, '97: IMswo, 129; Corse to Taw,
199; Bamrnet, M; Admiral. 101.
Fifth rae, 5 fnrlong, selling. Retribn
llon gfWIng, 118; NnWan, 11: Alice Ward
cott,105MTandne, 103; rrlscllla, 109; lit
tle, 100; Torn Donohne, 100; Emily Carter,
97; Coots, W.
Sixth rare, 1 1-lfl miles. Favorite, SberllT
Sm. liixey, Dannnet, Mslmrmy, Admlrsl,
195 each; Iterlare, 110.
The first race yesterday was won by
Kcllpse, with Nubian second ami Ber
muda third. Second race: Philosophy,
Dr. Helinuth and 'Extra Dry." Tnirtl
race: Badge, Eon, Gray Dawn. Fourth
race: Judge Morrow, Masterlode. King's
Own. Fifth race: IJellwood, Kassoo,
Lord Peyton. Sixth race: Barrister,
A New York Annrclilut 111 Ulilcnco.
CmrAoo, 3lny 20. Joseph Kaiser,
an anarchist from New York, who has
been ostensibly peddling religious
books here, has been arrested on suspi
cion of placing dynamite under the no
llccmens' Hat-market monument. lie
Is said to be a "Bed," but there Is little
evidence against nim, except mat lie
was seen lurking In the vlelnlty of the
monument last Friday night.
llEstTATB uofj make no delay, but buy
tul uw at once Solvation Oil. It kills aft
tirdilsmlth Maid's time '4:14 -was
beaten. The mle of Dr. Hull's Cough
Tltn l'opo nml Hrnll.
Home, May 20. The Pope granteil
nn audience to the Brazilian Minister
yesterday, and assured him that tho
Vatican vtould assume a neutral atti
tude In that republic.
A1mllmi JMl cents only to races at ilen
ttli)R Decoration D.ty.
6:10 a. m , if aottte menlniUK llarn Cler
trade, beloved daurhter of Franeis ll.,.lr.,
ami LlllleU. Hopkins, aaedSyBsn S month!
ami 1 1 ilayn.
Funeral from Iter parent' rekleec. It-J
i:ifentli tret wtitlteaat, Saturday, May SI,
at 4 o'clock p to. ltelatlves and friend In
lled to attend. Interment at tiletiwood
IJHOt'OSAUS FOlt WASHISU TOIVKI.V
L War Uisrtment, Supply DlvUlon, May
T, 1880.-Settled propoMi tn duplicate, tub
Jet't to the usual comlltlon will lie received
at tltl ortlte until IS o'tlovk noon SATUIt
DAV.JL'NK 7, lseo. fr WaMilntc Towel for
uwiof Hie War Department and It bureaus
during tlte Bwnl year ettdloe .IuiibHI. 1801,
Propotala iliould itate the prloe iwrcfor.eti,
lllunk form of pro)xHl and Information
will be fitrnlilied on application to thli
office. The Government reserves the right
to reject any and all bid. Hidden are no
tided that no award or formal acceptance
of any bid nnder this adwitltemcnt will lie
matte until cuogrea mate an appropriation
from wltleh the aervlce called for can be ,
lld. Hid mutt belncIoMHiln ealrdeu-
elope lodored on the outtlde "PropoaaU
for Waliliiit Towle," and uiIi1ick1 to the 1
umlerttaned. 31 It. THOlti'. t'hlxf. Supply I
DlvUlon. mil I5,P..17,.:I1 ,
PROPOSALS KOIt FUEL.-WAR DKt'AKT- '
mM fcuni.tv lttvlln Unv 1UW1
X ment. fcttiiiilv- Division. Mav 7. 1S90-
fcealrd proitMil,lnilupllcaie, aubject tothe
UMial uondltlon. will be received at thl
ofllfa. until 14 o'clock, noon, HATl'KDAY.
Jl'NK 7, 1MO. tor ftirnUlilne tbo War Depart
saeni with auclt iiuantltle of Wood and Coal
m mar be required Inthettacal yearendlnc
June , Mi. IropotaU will be received for
the whole or any part of the fuel required.
The fuel troal and Wood) to be delivered at ,
the War Department Uurraua or OMce In !
Vf ithluaton for which required by the partle
to wltom the contract tor cotitraetti may lie i
awarded, In auclt qaaatltlw and at audi time I
as the convenient) of the Department may ,
require. The Government retervea the rlaat
to reject any and all btda. Fuel for the Mate, i
War and havy Department Building Unot
Inuladwl In tltla advertlaetnent. bpecltloa
tlon. aeaeral inatructUiOK to bidden, ami '
blank, forma of projioaala will be furaMhed ,
to eataUUbed dealers on application to this I
oflice. iHddera an notified that no award
or formal acceptance of aay bM uaderlkUt ,
adveittoement wilt be made until Conjettaa i
makeaau appropriathitt from wUab the fuel i
sailed for can be lturcbated. Ktd mutt be
enctoteil in eulej envelope and tudor4
oh the imttlde I'ioiaU for Fuel," awl ad-
drettetl to the undendgited M. K THOHP,
Chief bupply DlrWion, mH,15,l,17. yoJt
PHOPSALS FOIt IOE.-WAR DEPART- .
mtnt. Supply Diiwioo, Mar 7, 10 -IteaWal
pro)oaM, la duplicate, subject to the
uaual coadltiona, will be received at tbla ,
toe. until 12 o'clock, boou, SATURDAY, '
JUNE. 7, leSO, f,r kupplyme tbi Ueparaout ,
aad Ma Bureau with tee during tbe Stval year
eadiaeJuM w.leet. The Icemuatbeof iwat
quaUtr, kolid. clear aad free from aaott ur
other Impurities, and miut be delivered at I
the aeteral bureaua aad office of t be War '
DopartBMitt is Watbingtott. and wetjrlwd
npoa the Department cale. Daily denter
iea. excepting auadays and reuoB4ed hili- I
dara, lll be required. The quantity re-
quinnl I eatimated at Tesjot puad more
or le A loJ. with approved kecurtty.
vkill be reiiuured in c of award. Toe
oovrrsuuiat raaervea the rbtbt to reiedt any ,
and all bida aad to watt e defect. Bidders I
are not lied that no award or formal acx-ept
aaa ut any bid nnder thl advertiteweut
will be made until ivwcrwa make aa apro
rriatkw froaa which the Ice called lor oau
be. part baaed. Btd Biut be eacloted la !
ald aBVclwpai'- luduTMid oa the outride
Proposal for Ue.uaaal addreaard to tha
uadraiaad. It R TUORF. iblaf Wuoly
pMUPOaUlb FUR TRK FUR. HAS
I waste raper - war raiiartmrnt
Biilaioa. Mar T. ueo-Sealad dtooo
tr Janartmeat, Sow-y
-Sealad propoaaln. in
tha uaual .coadltioaa.
duaaiaate. aubiaot to the uaual.ioadlUoi
will be racaived at this uaace until U o'oUnk
auuat SATt'BDAT, ifJVi ' 1IMH, for the pu -ehaae
of the Vaato Fa4wr of thl Dapart
meat, ita oaaoea and buraaua iutated m the
State. War aud Nyy DcDartauut BuUdiu,
for the taiaj yer cud tag Joae 30, last rata
paper to b retouvad by the .oau-atior
pruaaptly ben aoltfied Tbo Pi part men!
Mxu-vea tha rlhi to reJH t aay or all pro
Btaala and to waive defect.. ProoiMai iaua
be aiaac on Baparturat Sutma. markaal
"Fru4Kala for wat Faiwr, and addreal
u the uadersifaad M k THOaf Obitt
Supply Unaioa mylSJ5.t.17.aH,M
1)BjOFUALS FUR Fl RL.- TKKAMBV DC
X partmeatt. Ruraau of Encraitua aad
PrbaUuc. waaluatoa. D t' . May n tew -
iu pcvpuaaia am oa laoaavaa v. iau
ntU U m. MOMBAY. JCME i li). to
i tha Bureau of Bnararuaz ajul Priatiua
t .coal, wood and cKarcoaJ darlaa tai
tl.ai year begbuting July I, ISae Tb ngbt
- " " m iww. j w at wii t w a
o uu. mna twtia saa iiei.iac4uioua '
an na aala aud Itirtaar uafuruath-u d 4rid by
G) lead log hUdera vUl bf furuKi.eJ on audi
eatlotiar tbla ii.. WIU-IA M MSKB
1XTH ClUf.-f Buicau
aamm. tl to. .!. at
CAliiTRV HK.VT. HaTATt
ACftEk OS 1U T
x' a a cuanaea, on
M tha Baa of tic K .ui
tit tbe cdaU of the bate Cab
lal CMaX Jmti, . hiMS,
aoar called ' 'Cdttemuod." aauod
(or iatAatura. Ftar '""" url. e. tu
VauiatonfCalAFi MeOaTafraai it -t u w
aa.rtb.aari.r. umM (Us Aaad, lr ?
TLJWW 1 THE TiRJ. WE V.1U. tY
1 WILLIAM ' '
. . iai;
tlWft-aaaw t 1mnU '
si euK.u .bm.c, ue axy U ,-i
JSfBClAl. 6TltB-At , W,
The aimnal neetreg tit tint stpekiaMn of
! MfcfTWJPOtrtAB ISVMtwBBT A!H!
n it.msh rojtfA of otbort
t XVt , MD., H1 b i -M st i .arrett ftrrtt,
M.I . FMDAT, MAT . it .
s-ocb6tts fnoaM i !. turn, trafn.
. PSA UM-AMt,
"to. B. BBOWJI, fresMent. mytS.lt
Thf aennat aMetlv ef the lot -owner ef
fitoawood inwtry fw the eleetlon of trta
' 'itojerrs rot Ue nmlng fear will be held
nn mtrpA t, trTtS , at S tv. .vSt National
RiBrV Rail. W. LOBI).
ic,6t ra rrridettt.
3WAHIJtOTnN, n.c, MAT 1 tsos
JS' By nrntnal conmttt thf firm of rohn
itoiff AOo ,jttTiif Ffpdrlo u rohn
dnrff and Jhwal B. AVTlltBWin, h m day
Wen dissolved, the entire Arm hqjlnw hav
lnc been Mrcluwd bt William T. ,Tohnn,
William 3. Kirn and Bdward ,T MeV'isdA,
who wi.l heraafter conduct thf bnlne
nnder the arm nni andityle of the "To
Kalon Whe uotnpnnr," at the old stand ui
Hth at, n w , wasMnrton, D. r. Th new
firm win pay all debts of the late Arm of
PnhmSorf &, On , and are alone amhorired to
rereff e and receipt for all money due !.
tlrm or i-omraore .t ix.
'Lik Ji WHITMAN,
ISotlce Is hereby alven that William T
Johneon, William .1. Kline and Bdward J.
Mctraade hate this day entered Into partner
ship for tbesnle of wlne. Honors and
reeNtllytbe To-Rakm Wine, from the vine
yard of It. W. t-rabh of t)akvllle, WapH
Cnanty. Cal , as the sncceor of tho llrm of
Pohndorff A Co., at tho old Mend. SI I Hth st.
n. w., Wahlnrton, I) c , where they will bo
pleased to fee the oldjmtrons of the late firm
of PohndMB" A Vo. The Brm will be known
as the To-Kalon Wlno company."
WILLIAM T .mnsos,
WILLIAM J KLINE.
Wanhlncton. I). C, itay 9. ISSO. my7..It
otrn stoiiK will nn ci.osbb all
- - tmj xiiiii.ki. .ha I ' our inonna
will ileac matte tltelr purchases before that
We have lots of nlcej
kt j In tore for yott.
E. II HAIINI l ,t CO .
my U S7, 88. W 9D1 ra. Are;
rSST'OFFICK OF TIIK COLLECTOR OF
T' taxes. JJWrlct of Columblft, Wash
naton.May I, ISM). The attention of taxpayer
I called to the tax levied for the year endlnt!
Jnne Z0, 1W0. on real and personal property.
The e cond half of Mich tax, where nrit pre
Tlonsli' pahli wliriicCome tlno and payable on
tbe first day of May, ami If not paid before the
firt day of Juno, ensuing, shall thereupon
bp In arrears and delinquent, and a penalty
of two per centum upon the amount thereof
ahatl be added, and the ame, with other
taxes dne and In arrears, will be listed for
advertisement ami tax nale In the manner
prescribed by exltlng taw. Dy order of tho
Commissioner of tho I)ltrlctof Columbia.
Attnt: E. (1 DAVIS, Collector of Tiiim, 1)1
trlctof Columbia. myl-tUfft
irrTiiinD coormtATiVB nuit.niNn
xf Aafoclatlon. Fifth rles; Qrt pay
ment first Mondar In June, share, U each,
S percent. Interest. SuWrlptlon can bo
mndeandcomtlttitlons obtained at the fol
lowing tiAmeil place:
OFFICE OF TUB ASSOCIATIOM.
anSTtbM s. w.
A. DKPCE, rret., SWIlst. s w.
W. T. WALKKIt. V.-rroat, Illl U t. ll.w
A. Allt'UKIt, 4 and I at . w.
It. A. WALKER, 7th and t)st. n. W.
1)k It. If. niJNNEI.U sas Fa. are. n. w.
o. T THOMPSON, See . rent. Nat. Il'k R'd'g.
J. T. rrrTY. Treaa-, DItrlot lhilldlng.
WML IllTI.KR.mcat n.w.
.1. II. JOHNSON. l7th t s. w.
J. N. IiIIICKllBAD. 10th and La are. n. w.
PXJSfAMEIIICAN SHCtmiTY AND TRCsr
' Company, 1418 (1 at. it. w.
I'REFBNRKD OTOiCK of the TIIOWON
I10C8TIIN ELECTRIC 10.. bearing 7 Fill
t'XNT. alii Mend, payable eml annually, ror
Mle at Jts so per thare, par sea A good In
veatment. Particulars nirnlahed tinon In
rflTVO PER CENT. INTEREST allow! on
depolta utJ't to check at sight. No time
St HETVSIIIP BONDtJ fttrnlhcl.
A. T. IIR1TTON. A. A.TIIOMA8,
Prealdent. Kecond Vlcx-l'reahlent.
C. J HELL, PERCY B. METUKR.
Flrat Vtce-I'realdent. Keo'y and Treaa
DIRECT0R6-A.T Britton. Jaa. E. Kltcb.
W. s. Thomnton. Harry 1. Vet, Hobt
Dornan, Wm venter, II S, Lottchbelm, (' J.
Hell. M. M Parker, C. C. Duncanaon, Chaa.
Porter. A. A. Thoutaa, Ja. CI. Payne. M. W.
Iloerldc, Nath. E. Janney, Caleb J. Mllae.
Wra. II, Coata, Croaby a. Notcm, llertah
WUklD. John K. Herreil, Martin F. MorrW,
John S. Jenka, Allen II Reed. myai.-.'w
1418 Penna. are., oppoalte Wtllard's Hotel.
Tboua aada from far aad near vtatt Dr. White
for relief from and avoidance of corn. bun
Ions, dlteaaed nails and all other foot
trouble. Hours. 8 a. ra. to 8 p. no.; buu
days. 8 to lit. ZatabUabed igfl. Fee, tl.
K5-H0CHDALE CO-OP M)CIBTYOFTHE
as' DIbT. OF COL.
Members of tbla society are Informed tlutt
tbe sew Trade Cards (and LItta), Improved
and extended, are now ready for laaue.
itembere will return tbe old (green) card,
with their addreaa written acro tlie face,
to aay of tbo named below and obtain the
new on payment of tbe proper fee There
being over 4,600 mernbera who should obtain
the new card before April loth Inatant
promptness i adrbabla, J"A old carttUaf
M itntJU ajUr JmrUtO.
J.W. HAHSIIA. Secretarr.
Mi II at. Oath Room, Treasury Hept, and
at;li(h t. at booh ami at 4 o'clock n. ra
Latuuar.ret.K A at a a. Aer 1 l)
y.prewt.K: A at a a, Agr'l Dent.
ttm. V. P. laaS Fw. A. O.
L. Vaaderhoef. MI French at, Eweau of
E. C. Fawcett, sm Maa are ne.ith Aud.
J. E. UcCabe, Vtd at u e, P O Deyt
If. W. Smith, Il R t w, t. H. O. O
U . Hunt, laj tf t a w, rti And. OMbM.
L. E. GrUfer. WUatr, Re, oatce
Joaa Morrlaoit. 4U R t a w.Feai. (Mca.
Dr. Jo. Jouv. afto Paaven w. S. fl. O.
Johtt Flas. SW Md at n w, A. O. O.
C. V. S-ier, SoraaoB OaaafalN Oeaee.
Edward Sixiea. Halt t a a. Govt Print
J. C. Browa, 7th at and H. I areiOrug
D. it. Bavia, WM 1Mb at a w. Da Ba. and
iver Daioar, CaahWr's Room, CilyFuat-
Joha H. Joaa. Iftai tB u u w, Sbraal Oanca
Or. E. I- Cortta. Saooml Aadiaor'a Oahc
J.M Abdnu. ttas tHitamhaa at. u. L. o ,
J. F fW, am F at a w ttiaoeart.
V J. Yoaatf. Ssesruua.t.Str Mv Treaty.
W. H Waaaatalay, IT H -t a w, Oaaoa
Fraak sfadW. Tos 1Mb t a w, CUar stunt.
By order of Ihaoaaetiva eoaiathjtae
J. W. HABSgA.Sacratary.
KJW-THR WASialXtaTOM LOAN AXD
CAPITAL Jt.taiiAI TSMFOKARYUFFtCW,
M01 litiiw, urartoua to tha naottoa of
t ha vompayouil4iag, ooraar tth aad T
laaWl'uUKKO OX t ULLATBRAL AXD
OK SEAL BSl'ATK. Wall aacurad loaaa,
Ai. SeTATK. wail aacurati loaaa,
LUcad by th etaapaaj. fur aala la
t paid i ail oa or jurreauuad with u
tultlaUK. aac . B. H. WARRER,Pi4.
W B. R..JlSUb-
t'harfaw B Baltay. Uorge V achaiar,
Jaaaa L. Barbvwr, Tbuaaaa aoaaarviUa.
taawraeK Rartol, JoaaTl: Sanma,
Khdaiaa wTte. J. i ymeSSXm.
Horai-a S. Ituamlnga. Raftarala; W. Talbot I
J 1 Uaritegtua, org Truaattau.
John Jcy Bdaou. B. B. Wanat,
t harta J. raulknar, A A. WflaoB.
Albert F. Fos, L 5. wtua.
O t' firaaa, S. V Voadwud.
illlam BGurWy. fhaa Baal WUkiiMuat,
Jvha . Uruer, A a. WortaUtoa.
AM&l VL REETIXti QT THE
zxr Aasarkaa Auuuoal Maattlaclnriaa
leauf aay, tut tha elactioa of dficevtora. wul
be arid at RaaTa ButaX Falla Cburuh. Va .
JLa . ueaj, ATM
UtUi. OF TBS lOtaJalaatoNEto. IMS
irtua at i.uuuioia, axuaan.ja. u.
caivau m imm uaaee o iac
. i . -tT t;-i -r;". ,
the Nttrict ufuluubta until !i"Mockiau
oa HOrSAY. JCSJ vi, lw. fur tttrsiaUu
the varJoua waucaca of the Dittt t govers
Brat tritb tteaaraj aui'pliaa tor tbo "uaJ yaj
eudiagJuae W. Kail, cotnia-iauu -ttiooun.
bltmhl. nu.aud prluUug. v.boul huok. tar
nJiuie. taidwar, tiuarars. pla,uiii' ap
plu... groOcrla.. Uxila and abde.. kt UaXgla.
paint and vrti-u. lumber, toraga. rreab
t'teuiio. tu-1 uiy iooa. Hue aaaiei
allPl-iieo iua.ua tot ma otyroaMnata,
i with n .nf-.tmatk-o. a a ob
upon avriKatl..u to ntow W. Watriet
. oa airai at a . wnmau a aaa c
right k ruerved to eaiect any aa,i
bidaornaiu.ifbid I V tN'Gf fcS L
RIXE.II a! ROilERI t oBuHMtjUft , IM-
gwaiy NOT BAYS VOIR SR1RTS
" made bf use of the ssoat uatafaratad '
rmtlata ut Amarlca) Frloa uw aa to a ,
UfiS-raX uuttata .twiae- F. T. HAXJ-j F I
tBtfl'&BOUl 1 athTEWI I WBnt
lW J&l IMaferti ta tta obIj hat ami
twuat trbae aanuiaotr la the city CVl
ajM see bar aev Juvpes Biaaufaiig a&4
pwamtr.g Straw tusd felt twti a.Tu red u tbe
!fciBt stj ti, JrJc. pruKpt') M-et.W i,
rrrTTiETO TAXrYERS -OFFICE
Of th C..TriTtii.
atMCWrr. aypfnVcd Htnf a, is, tiro
vMea that the rate o Interest on art-ear of
irtSiTaTUrr prior to .Inly 1, Witt, or o as
tssmieBt for special improrMBWats, Inilno
rni, the laying of water mains, now due to
atSltris nTnror whtch are hM nt tlw di
trtot ef colirmota. shaii he fit par centum
rr annnm. In lien of the rate and penalties
now ed fce taw. and of all aecfaM edst.
wed t a. iv. nro-
B. HINB, H. M. kobkrt, fommfswoireT l.
Sc - 1
ett, t6 renrt rer mt hmrkm; so nti fgt fArsf.
ARTED-RY A W)OD COtORBTJ LAtn
dre. wahlna and leonlm M do at
home; references given. Apply 1B1B S H at,
ARTBD A WMTTE OlRL TOR 8R
rat hnntewnrk In a email family.
man, wife and hoy S years old; teaman pps-
terrettjto ine ngnt party a pimmmi none
and good wages assured. Apply at o. HM
K ARLE ADVBrrnSlrTO, ISHtmAWCE,
Bare. Lightning rott- or boob Agent, or
Reporter, of great savolr falre, for literary
k. Mrce sniarr. write uonaon s, nan-
fort rajh. co
WANTED - A PLAINLY -FURNISHED
room In the northeast part of city
where there wlll.be no objectloj to lteht
eeptme. Aaaras. o. p. u.. tMscaoe.
jAtfVfTlVffftffitt WttffT CfW uVi j99TfTttt$ 0T
A FEW DESIRABLE ROOMS, WITH
steam power, good elevator service and flrst'
class JanltoMhlp, In the POST BUILDIIOT,
for rent at low rates to flrst class tennnta.
Apldy to STILSON 11UTCI1INS, M Pot
Iralhling. or FRANK MAOtltRB, Snperin
LOST A Nil FIIUNII.
r 09T, MISI-V1D OR STOI.BN-CBttTin-Jj
oates numbered 980. Ml, as. 8S and 9S4
far ono share each Flret Series CHIaans'
Equitable Dulldlng Asaoolatlon of Qemge
tawn, D. C Notion I hereby given that ap
pttealloti ha been mads for the Issnanee of
E P. I1EHRY, A. M. DAHIl.
roit sai.r tiousru.
yaWhi AAAJ.'-'- ta w.".e.". -. -JN. ..-.'
XrfrrrHMfMftfJwnrfrrMbi fmut, fOHrHnHcr
Uti, 86 (mil for mi tnttrtum: 'JO ttnltftr torn.
J TOR SALB-A RAnOAIN IF SOLD AT
? oncoj S-tory and bnement brlok hoei
7 room and bath: nil mod Imp: situated at
No. 430 1 n n wi price S l.sno; term one thlnl
onh, balance 1, 2 and 3 year. Aprdy
10 FRANCIS HCFTY. IS01 F st n W-' fefe-W
17Qn HALE-IN ALEXANDRIA, 6-ROOM
: ramo'hoHio, jnt tlnlthlng; nydrantln
yard; lot lSxllVanui' homo; price, Stoo. Ap
ply to ltOIlEHT J. TilOMAS, Room No. 9, S13
Oil BALK-FHA.ME HODSR DOS IN SS
foot alter, bet 9th and 10th and O and II
ate s w; 7 room; ball on both floors; olotets
fronting tho Potomac: 15 Per cent Invest
ment: lot III feet front by Ml deep. It feet
from 9th t. Apply wltbln.
IrOR SALE-THREE OF THE CHEAPEST
' boues tn Washington, 108, 108 and 110
11th at no: two-tory and basement, brown
stono trimming; 7 room and batb; eleotrle
hell and gat: price, fJ,o each, ) eash
balance to aiilt or trade for good Iota.
IO It Itr.NT IIOU.HUS.
AelttrltftmtnU wuHr um Aaoa, WrMaatar
Int. M ttnli ttr M iimrtUm: SO tU jr tlwt4.
17C1 Hlftven W.17r 1SS9 09
HIS Mbhi ave, U rs and atable W0 00
1411 K.tnw. IJr am oo
ten conn ave, IS ra moo
14th at ex., IS r tiwoi
law M at n w, is ra lse t
twoiMhnn w.iir mco
1308 II t n w. 1 rs 1VKM
1717 qt b w, It n 100 oo
14S0 tltapiu at a w, IS rs toooo
l74xlto w, ra loo oo
7S14 Kilt n w. U ra 100 00
Lafayette hauare, la r
Keecbapinatn w. nn oc
IMOWtbatR w. ler 5 w
atse Illllyer Place, iera ttos
iMSo.tn w. it rs saw
t!NYav. ion meo
1501 Conn ave n w. 1 r
1404 toughton at, w t
HCOfitougbtoaat.S rs SS00
111 ItiffCaTiace, 8 ra KS0
MttATat n w,m sees
SOV NY ave, ion 46 0
Pat. aearlt,7ra 4S Oa
UW 17th at a w.7 r 44 80
teSlKhstaw, Rtra if 00
84tt 14th at n W. M M 49 00
latOCoeoorauata w.Sra a
ltt II at a w, 8 ra oo
1K 7th at a w, atr aad dwg 00
X0CQatB w.r aa
S68 1Mb at B w. 5 w
lOIISMhatR w, Sr..
14; HI are a w.Tra.
lata Mat n w, ( r...
SIT KM aw. S ra
IBM 41 at a w. (ra
iWlrtnta w.a ra
The above hmiiaa oaa be axaaalaad bv car
atlt from our oBtoaoaly. .
THOMAS J. FISHER 4 CO.,
IOR RENT TWO BRAIfD NEW SIX-
rooaa f raau hoaaae. biah aad dry laaa
ties; near efcarabaa and pabue aohoal is
UBKrtuown. lattuire or A. ucuKt.MJ, taan
I'UII ItKNT ItOOSIS.
AdHrHttnuikU aajer tAtl A, AawMafier
U, (tmU Hr aw WttrUrn: M tmUftr the w.
AMNiOME FtRNLSHBD ROOMS, EN
auite or lacle. at the Baakuahaax. lea
ata at a w, overiooa.isff Meraaratai Miasre.
FOR KENT-TWO FVRNUHEO ROOtU,
attltible fur gaatlamaa. No. 9 M at w.
KIK SAI.ri SIl-iOKI.I.ANWIl'j.
Jirflfiirwi4t uMltr IAW Aafld, Jfaar Maaf r
Uit, St caaia far aM towrttaa; W aaati frr ltr4.
rv)R SALE-J7,50 UATOrMLAli 1T MOatT-
j. tAgM mu are ,tad lojr
E. B. COTT;
X1 jlyflah Gray Horaa. over 1 haada hiipk;
aa haraaaa and But much tuad; landau
mad) bf Joyoa; axe oCarad at ranmasMai
oa auMsuuat ut owjaar taavuag iaa og .
t. B. txyrrgix. ttifR Y aw.
MUaKY Tl MIAN.
S ' .. HILL, REAL BTATR AMD UUM8.
Bargatnit ia all parla of tha city. Ufa)
and Flra laauraaca. Curuar Mb aad F W
rOHBY TO IAUK OK OUUO tatBPtJBrTT.
title oo.. La ave-
IK ALL aVMai.
TO LOAK UK REAL BaTATE aah.'VSi'FY.
ATS AKBiPSB CSDT.
U. . PARSER.
aaraxce aaa neat t yiaipaay of
waavaaoe sauaay a BMrucai
TaaUactoB u to 75 oar cauL. oi
Eat vaMs. wtt or wtthoai Ufa fciiicg
uaauut pajaaann utiaa aaap
TV rftWft L04
I EBBBEll Ml ItfaY BBBBflElHtBT
I bAaa-i stmiiear f Haaaataia?!")
ik K:MMt 4U kacaj tau4a
katurMitk to.iahJ taaiaj wM
7ir0aBTTOLOAWRAl, BaVATS OB
3-storjr snl batewttsit W-rtyesa brlek
besnet all naytrani InfHjvvaaaajitst. sftttatts
aecetal stna4 bfAwsajA Q awd D sa
479 Prfee, lt06t.
9-story fnumiiesMelw1thMrfe let; situate
on Sixth street, betwtea B aad (J m.
877 Frlee, f,ot.
3 sMrv brick hessee, cowtalnlnt: 9 rooms
and bath; site of lot, 18x78; stfaate on C
4fl8 rrlea, t,rjrjr).
3-storv and back bnlMlmr brick dwelling,
containing; 10 rooms; all ("mtlern Improvo
ments; etraale On corner of rtlitth and C
488 Trie, i,000.
B-story lirtck hone", R rooms ami batb:
situate on I. street, between North Uardtol
and First streets sw.
44 Price, 9,880.
b-story brick bouse, containing U rooms:
all mortem Impeoremento; situate No. l
K street nw.
496 1'rlce, f 10,500.
8-story btlek house, 10 rooms) sts ot lot,
SftxlK; situate No. UM N st. aw.
?1 THce, $10,000.
9-story amt baaement; brick botwe, 7
rooms ami bath; sltHftte on New llampsfalra
avanae, bet. Iiarxt M sts. nw.
400 Price, $V0.
9-story 6-room brick house: situate on
Clevelaml ave., bet. lsttt and 13tb, W sml
408 I'rlce, tl,W0.
9-story A-room brick house, oa Wallach
481 Trlca, $4,l00.
9-story S-roorn lirlck bouse, situate on
442 I'rke, f,100.
.t-tory brick hottse, containing 1 1 rooms
and hath; ami all modern ItntiroveHienU;
situate No. 10 0 St. n. w
450 Price, f 18,000.
Improveil properly on the north side ot
0 at., wide front.
444 Price, r9,000.
A large stable properly In a desirable lo
cation; now under lease to tr,ood tenant,
paving 0 Per cent.
317 Price, jas.OOO.
4W Frame dwelling. Grant ave., Mount
rieswtnt. Price, f 7,000.
490 Four alley bouses, containing 4
rooms; each rent for 13 per month. Price,
4W S-room frame house, lot 30x75, on L
at.se. l'rlca, sj,000.
497 9-story ami cellar btlek bouse, 9
rooms ami bath: situate oa Columbia
Height. Price, ilO.GOO.
llotttea In Alexandria, Vii,
3-story tirlcK nwellfag, IS rooms, wttk
oftlce annex aad large side tots; situate oa
ror. Duke ami HL Asaph sts.; lot 7si8B.
8-story amt back bulldlnf dwelling, coo
talnlngia rooms and bath; lot 70x00; alt.
uate No. H14 Prince st.
4 Price, F00.
S-atory and back building, brick bouse,
containing; !a rooms; situate on southeast
cor. Friaee ami 1'atrlek ata.
4W Price, $S00.
4ttory brick dwelllBg; houaa, Imllt la tha
moat substantial ma it Her, containing; 90
rooms; size of lot SSxllS.
Ml Price, H5.5O0.
9-story and back bulldlat; btlek bousa,
eontalHloj: 8 roocas, aituate on Columbus
at., sear Prince.
4S3 I'rica, t,400.
416 8-story brick dwalluis; aouaa, eoo
talBlBE 10 roetM and all asodern Improva
BMBts; large able yard; situate oa cor.
Washington and Camaron ats., opposite
Old Christ Church, Alexandria, Va. This
l the heat situation la Alexandria. Price,
S,X). Twrms Oaa-talrd caah, balaaea
one and two year.
UoBtes at Fall Church, Va.
A new cottage, aituate only 3 mlautas'
walk from Fall Church stttleas. W. O.
K. K., Va., containing S roonM, bath, pas.
try, ami trunk rooan; aire of lot, llOxlM
lt. Price, S,10t4. TeBM aaay.
ALSO A saw eottaae, situaM only 5
Bitautea' walk froaa Falls Chureh stauoa,
YY. & O, K. K., Va., eoBtaiaiaf, parlor,
dialaK-roow, httchaa, 4 bed-reaaaa, bath,
HtrvaBtV roots aad attic. Price, fsMu.
Yavaut Uroliml Nortlieast and .VitllU.
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4TIOHT RRI H A9V FRAME IrTVOTBt! FOR
Alley bet fith and 7th. L aad M sts a tr.
ifi.1 rs yivvj
stnw, h. 7rs ivej
fftht n ,Mi, r tens
da w. hh. ml. Srs J.-HVt
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land lStrSLawrencertn .f h. r 1000
and wso.t alley n ,rh, t rs .. isn
si w, i n. r '. i
lilts, f h 1.T0
BNlMPROVBtJ PMWilfft FDR BALE.
Part lot 5, R t, bet tSih and 17th tsa w t -i
L st, bm isth and lttistsa w i on
Qst.bet lSthand HHhti w... . i .
rasre. betethandTthstsse i oa
yeth M, bet X aad N st n w t ;s
Tth t, bet R and S n w ' t
tht. bet Land Sift aw... . "fl
isth at, bet E and F st ft w J a
Dnhbarron are aad Baal! si, Rh and 1 1 -1
sten w 1 n
SMhst.bet Raadots w t J
1st t. bet Canal and C ts a w no
0 t, bet 1st and M stt w "
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BOUSn FOR RENT.
9M1 Rat n w,8r :.. "O
S Md ave n e, ( 1 ff
KM 1.1th t s w, 8 r t '!
4IU1stln w, rs H l
1 Corcoran Row, I r 11 f
W Jackson at n e. 5 ts 10 HI
1941 10th st n w, 4 rs tnn
Rear 715 d t s w, 3 rs ' vj
llttBreen'salley a w.trs vl
lOllCotae. Sr i -1
STORES. OFFICE, ETC.
H F st n w, 1st Boor, rs i
915 I' at n w, d oor, S frnut rooms . 0 fl
48 I are. lt Boor. front rs t
Sir and dwg 1831 Md arena, S ra. ... -'. M
Strand dwgtssnttei are w,7 r .. . i on
8tr and dwg W R t n e. 7 rs .i vi
Stable rear Sit II t n w 10 i
Mh st aad Pa ave. Room S UM
Btl Mth t n w. frmrt rm. t floor - 1
4s La ave, bach rm, M noor. ... to
In sams to salt at S iar cent.
The above Is only a rortlon ol the rror' 1 9
on my books. For fell list call at oUke ti
belloila. Issued oa the 1st and 15th.
MHS. RINES-'TIIE BLSNERE 11
stnw; new plumbing, new fnrn't .r.
SO additional room: pergonal attentlmi :i,i
table; location renttal, near tbe Ar!tnt"H
aad Wormier'. leT So
OVRR A MILLION OtSTRIB'Ttl).
L.3.1 o. L..
LOUISIANA 8TA1E LOTTERY CO.
Incorporated by the I.egtalature 'oi c" x
tmnal and charitable pnynone. and f .,
ohbwmadea part of the praaeat tta'c a
stltutlon, In ISTS, by an ovaawni.xiiJu r
Ita ORAND EXTRAORDINARY In KV
INfMS take place eml-anaulty Ou-u ant
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HER DRAWINOB take plare tn ea, h "m
other ten month tn tha year, anil o a I
drawn In public, at the Academy of M ,,
"We do hereby certify that we ttt y
tbe arrangeaMint for ail tha 'Month',- a I
Beml-Annnal Irawrngs of the Louialao A a
Lottery Oo and In person manage an." i
trot the drawing Ifcemaelves. aud ' ' 3
aamoare oonducted with honetr . c-
and In good faith toward all panic nn ' w-j
aathorlse thai 'nmrnyr.ue thl i'cr- r , ",
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Wa the nndKralgnad Baaks and IU- 1
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