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THE DAILY CKITIC, WEDNI SDA EVENING, JUNE 1, 1890. AT THE GAPITOL iMInUTERS WORTH MILLIONS INTER A PROTEST GAINST THE Ji'KMLET f JUEtTF l&L Legislating in Pxvtr f f a fW B MMft&teflfS, tFFCSEB TO THECttttWEaSMNTERKIS 1 " t Affurs Ondef ,Corimti Can tern Lefislatlaa. M n Awkward Pmwhtit, TlK donate Finance ComffllHee fnfe .. hearing to day to a delegation of im tutus representing Interests aggre vfttinp many. mllHrins of dollars, Who i.ime to Washington to pttitoM agnlmt iDc passage oi luejicainny tmih mil All of tue mem tiers of the committee were present with the exception of Mr. Merrill, the chairman. In his absence Mr Herman prenWed. The meeting was held In the recep tl( n mom of the Senate, as the delega te n was too large to be accommodated In the room of the committee. Chairs liiul been arranged for the visitors and the table around which sat the members i f the committee was placed at one end tf the room. J N. Constable of New York, of the frm of Arnold, Constable Co., Intro duced the delegation to tho committee shortly after 10:80 o'clock. Ho said that he had been chosen to prosldo over tho delegation because ho wns the oldest Importer In tho coitntryi Tho dolega Hon Indudcd not only New York Im porters, but man from lloston, Phila delphia, St. Louis, Chicago, and, in fact, all of the largo cities of tho United Mates. They rilOTESTED AGAINST TUB TASSVOB OP the m'kini.ey inn, becnuso It wns In favor of a few manu-' facturcrs, and because It was opposed to tho Interests of tho Importers and of th consumers as well. Ho spoko of Its inequalities. Concluding his remarks, he Introduced Mr. Curtis of Hovlng haus & Curtis, silk dealers and manu fnctnrcrs of Now York. Mr. Curtis said thnt the silk manu facturers were protected enough now. They protested ngalntt tho great In creases In duty made In tho McKlnley bill. They amounted from SO to 75 per tent, on the grades of goods Used by the MASS OP C0N8UMHIIS, the vntddlo clause.. Tho injustice of the LIU was found in the comparison of these goods with the class of goods used by tho rich. On cotton-back teluts, for oxamplo. used onllrely by peer people, tho McKlnley bill In c teased the duty from 50 per cent, ad valorem to 118 per cent., whllo tn silk velvets used only by the rich, the Increase was only 1 pr cent. In some cases the dutlos on the higher classes of goods were reduced. It wns tho same way with ribbons. Tho lower grade), of silks were now entirely In the control of the manu facturers of this country. In the Senate The Senate agreed this morning to Mr, 3'ilmuml's resolution for an inves ttcation of the Flsb Commission. The chair announced tho selection of Messrs. Edmunds, Sherman, Ingalls, Blair, Dolpb, Harris, Duller, Gibson and Barbour as tho Select Committee on tho University of tho United States. The Fortification bill was then taken up. In tbe Home. In the House Mr. Osborne of Penn sylvania presented a oonferenoa report i n the Army Appropriation bill. It was agreed to and now goes to the President. Mr Morrill of Kansas reported a dis agreement of the conference committee on the Senate Dependent Pension bill. The House Insisted upon its amend ments, and a further conference was ordered The House then resumed considered tk'U of tho Alabama contested election case of McDuftle vs. Turpln. Voting began at 2 50. It Is not known -whether silver will come up next or cot. No other election ta'o will be called before next week. District Id Coucret. The House District Committee to i'ay received a communication from the District Commissioners In wbiok they recommend adverse action on the bill to incorporate the Georgetown Union Fridge Company. The Commissioners fay that ''no steam railroad should be permitted on the pi ere of the bridge." (. i !ooel ilalas concurs with them ia tl ts opinion. W H. Tenney Sows of tbe Capital Mills protest against any strwat or pas m nger railroad oa Water street. George town. i Z Muacaatar protests agaiaat ay steam or cabtee-ts Mae allowed to (toss the Potomac oa tbe Pre BrtdM. He says such eraasiags sbatthl oaly be allowed lo be made to tbe went of said 1 ridge, not to tbe east. Tbe luiprovaweat or tbe sllWliil, A petto was psm-Uml to th a iy Mr Gibsosi horn tba Mafehaaas' x bang of St. Louis, tugtoff napm t nation for lb intptotwsMMt ol tb Misi!ftpiKiv umier tba psaw of tbe liiui I'uuiuiUiioa. The Ctty Prtsiw. lbe puetottiee oonfwtMM ccttt ud not meet ibis a taf bttt w. this afttiaooa. Mr. Otunia-iil bar tsswirtt tbere was no -oatbt bsst tint Uaay waSd agree ins tbe Use mmm. in tt hIlitD(laiBt. CiEr an D-metl Ki Cosgresuaw DetasH of rHbb.ry M- !uml to-day. u wj LraluUtea Oft M .id tot ot It- , ,mi i-.wu.vi tiu; hbmi itta. u- . tt.MNc. iaVAf tV J hi House to day i-iud tba con fiuue report ot tbe Astjty ajpnafri i . uii. Tbe sweat whitm gJ t iht uj"i debate im the tmiia as t t ibiuduu Amy ttii liot mtHm wii.c aua bum i 6mm whew tb Mm Uw forUUk ucb kale. ruik is a sev (etecssk is deatiu ftiOi ike Uuof iKtsita r Vk UMm m&u-. Tueae omnii wasnxalo, udos Und ov wU&mJMMd Aiekba cMiuaive uataMpllasv fo .Jiiui tbe ribi ol lb BMsflJMry bsn i luatoiusof nm t oositeal m m.. ..uosisw pnsusfissw f .wbaxd tsdsMtL iPMid it H'fBecs to ell inbrtlrants without rrtard to Stare laws on the subject. All that was re quired was ttat tie applicant sMnM bavp th ftrr-eHnry money The HceflHtS conveyed a right to sell only so far M the I nfttd states wna cwttfernrtd. H gave no rigbtts sett In eotitravntk) of the- JSrsflfc hfw. It h nflw expected UmR tbe firohlwtio States will mteDlft to flftiend Uie pfActfe wrtovted eengjt nl wrjasi itaWis and hare the Unlttw SfaWS fefw hflpeaner to Htne Its Ifquor licenses In stnh States. MR. CHKADIXS DlMntDRS, A Sketch of the lni11nnlnnAn Inci dent Which Injnreit lllm. Tbe defeat of HBjuttentatlve Jwep B. Che ml re f m Iflntb IndHma dis trict is not Mtr)trMRf . It h an excep tionally strong man in some respect who can secure three or more terms from a Horwder constituency. Mr. Cheadle has had two terms, and while he tart been In a general war accepta ble to MseomtAnents he has not so lm pressed hlmelf upon them as to make them feel any necessity for giving him a third term. Mr. Cheadle served through the war as a private In the Evenly -first Indiana iilunteern. ami Is frequently called "Private" Cheadle in consequence ami referred to as "the Private.' He Is a lawyer by profession and an editor by occupation. He is about the medium heijht. of stout build, light brown hair, ruddy complexion, mustache ami long beard of a sandy color, streaked with gray, light-blue eyes, with a frank ami straightforward look. His voice is high and thin. He Is a fairly good sneaker. Pensions have formed the chief subject of his Oratorical eTTorts In tbe House. He is careless In dress, wearing a soft hat and a light suit of clothes, the coat being a sack. On the breast of his coat is pinned a full sized Grand Army badge. His antagonism of the oaucus action last winter Jn the matter of the Chap laincy, which led to tho dofoat Of tho cauctis nominee and tho retention of the llev. W. H. Mllburn. tho blind preacher, no doubt contrlliufed to his own political undoing. The nvorngo Hoosler Republican Is in politics for whnt tliorc is In it, and sentiment Is as far remdved from his composition as drydand pilgrimages aro from the dreams of a frog. MR. BAYNE EXPLAINS. Hut Ills U.iplanntlnn Scenn t Iteiiulro Turther lititclilutlmi, Representative Ikyno arrived In the cilj to-day, fresh from his ninth nomina tion and only declination. He did not come to the Capitol, but remained nt his charming residence on Massachusetts nvefnue, In company with Sirs. Bayno. Tho story that ho had declined be cause of 111 health woro dented by both Mr; and Mrs. Bnync. Ha said his uealtu was good. Ho certainly looks well. AVhcn asked If he were going Into President Harrison's Cabinet he snld: "Tho statement that anybody is lo re tire from the Cabinent and 1 am to suc ceed him Is entirely without founda tion." As to the indignation over Stone's nomination he said: "I know nothing of It. Mr. Stone Is a very capable man, and was fairly nominated by a convention called for that purpose. Ho ought to be elected." Mr. Bayno said In regard to the criti cisms upon his course in declining: "I do not see why I should be criti cised. I made the race for two roasons. First 1 wanted my course In Congress Indorsed, and I did not want to subject the McKlnley bill to what might have been construed unfavorably, as my fail ure to bo nominated might have been. "Secondly. I wanted to yetaln po litical rower in the hands of my friomls, "Outsldo of tho fact that "I have served In Congress as long as I desire," concluded Sir. Bayne, '"there are no other roasons in the' world except those already given for the course I have pur sued In declining a renomlnatlon." BALLARD SMITH WEDDED. A militant Ceremony at the Savoy Chapel, London, Ntw Yokk, Juno 4. A special cablegram from London in the WorU to-day says: Mr. Ballard Smith of the H'erW staff was married to day at the Savov Chapel by the Hev. Henry White to Miss Catharine Buttertleld of New York, dauehter of the late Fred erick Butterfield. Despite the neces sarily hurried arrangements, the ,wed ding was one of the most brilliant of the London season, owing to the nu merous friends here of the bride and bridegroom. The church was beauti fully decorated. The bride was given away by Minister Lincoln, Slllltary At tache Post acting as best man. Among the guests were William II. ljuory, United States Naval Attache in Loudon, Mr. George B. McClellan, Miss Mcbelkn, Mrs. WllHatn P. Jaf fray. Sir. and Sirs. II. Riithvea-Pratt. Mr. and Sirs. Hamilton Smith. Sir. and Sirs. Henry SIubu, Sir. ami Sirs. De crano. Lady Slocpberson Grant, tbe Hon. Colonel George Napier and wife. Sirs. Carter, Slise Carter, Frank Sloor bead and Attwood Ytolet of New Or leans, Sirs. George Foott, tbeSIbsee Scott, the Hob. Sirs. Sloore-Smythe aad Sirs. Hope Johasoa. One of the interesting features of the wedding was that Cretgbtoa Webb of New York, notable as am amateur au&tiaia, voliinHarad to oDicia as organist, ana did so for tbe beautiful choral service. Tbe presents were re markably numerous awl valuable, ami included a sotautkl silver set of eigbt pieces from Sir. aad Sirs. Joteffe Punt ir. Mr. ami Mrs. Kaibud SsaWt will sail for Aweska wMbls a few days Tw luitwtt laiteiw. Mr. Job T. Doyte, secretary to tbe Civil Service l ouimtssfam. left to day upe a tour of Usspecrtan of tbe post osVcea at Pittsburg. ImHuMunHs. lies Unu 1KSS Ijttw jJ lfja City. Ha will be abeesu uatii Jam to, du&f wbfck Mr. MnssbsT P HsJtora wii ooeuMr bis desk. -. ' . UMtttClit HtM. PiiiBHtiiui, Vx . Juae i. File odjj ituutatf in a HtaM tbtssbt m Uatos alloy, on tbe Souti) iM bmt wMsstfMt. ecss- TsiS'sisW ssspIW wSsW5Hs s sssssst is9ss"as $Um Tufssvr Ba 36 abcwiTl V5T partly iaaured w Am tsTnc iTtetbsna i $h vM tbe tohy, bwauae tsU Bubvi baakruvt bats. ill ietjsstsi ttatt aocSbweat ltbe wsaMr. Waf westewtrt Her Twit vnrHmi. SSNT- Mucfc hstemt k awKswosl m ism gwve robbbig cm vaiob 11 buadta tbe Cissuiaal rCoB smoao. Dte. W. W BmUakw ilb'Msii wiib tbe WW awy Bew. wbii-b wa isA iu uUl to-day, b t-osUiuuul gHVisatil'sWU Ms. """" HsJ sasspaw ftjp7" jHaslv Stow M ' t Wt ttejRMt bMk iva sale of eMBte s W mmjm tVias mysbit. rwkO bargjdftt b wui joy you. ABDUCTED BIS CHILD. A SWn of the I.te IMwIn t'ewles W-nntwl In Ohio. Ct.TT.Ap, OAro, .TtlW 4 -TW n nnrielll WW ywfter.Uy after ncn ttlat oil Mollftiy last 'Bngeiw rtiwltt, erSWt X rftA lite Edwin CBwl abtWfBtcdl hh dunghter JHor MKee, SW otifl fim, ad hnrrlMlieT otft of tie S, M5 sfttet of the efforts of IM sHWrM! Wl his deputies to Intercept tbetn. Sir. t'owle mar ried AIKe, AingWer of I; B. Hale, a leading banker of this city, ten years a. The marriage dhl not result lmffTty M a few month ago the couple agreed upon a craratlon, since which time Sir. Cowles has lived at Loekpoft, 5t. Y. On his frequent visits to the citf be baa always sent for hfs daughter, wHB wouM nmttlly spend the day with him. Sir. Cowles came to the city on Monday, went to the resi dence of his mother and sent a messen gtr for riorence. When she arrived be sahl he wanted her to go to the depot with him, and the pwnllarlty of his actions aroused the suspicions of Mrs. Chase, his ister, who insisted on going to the depot with them, and, arriving there, Sir. Cowles Informed her of his intention to take Florence with him. Sirs. Chaw Implored him not to do it, and even resisted his efforts to get the girl on the train. A crowd gathered, but Sir. Cowles threatened violence to any one who In terfered with him, and succeeded In reaching the car with the girl in his arms just as the train started KasU It was learned yesterday that Sir. Cowles left the train at Conneaut, and drore from there across the line into Pennsyl vania, to be out of the reach of the Ohio officers. When Cowles got on the trnln at Cleveland Sirs. Chase drove rapidly to tbe Hale residence and gave the alarm. Alice Cowles is wild with excitement and Is nenrly prostrated. It is rumored Ihat Cowles and Florence have been seen In Cincinnati. WHO OWNS THE PROPERTY? Bull to Sett Id Title to tho lies Molne KWcr l.nntt. FortT Douoit, IoW, Slay !. The case of tho United States vs. the Des Slolnee Navigation and Hallway Com pany and Kdwanl Litohflold was opened yesterday In the United States court room, with J ml go Shims on the bench. It is brought ncconling to In structions from the United States Attorney-General to settle the ownership of 110,000 neros of river lands, valued nt -t,000,p00. These lands, located along the valley of the Des Slolnes ltlvor, were granted to tho company that is the defendant In the suit and af terward settled upon by squatters, who in ml u their home there for years. In the fall of 18S3 hundreds of them woro evicted by order of Ed ward Litchflcld, who now owns the company's title to the lands. Tho set tlers claim that tho river land com pany's title to tho land Is void, because of n non-compliance with tho condition of the grant, amltbe United Stales suit was brought to decide the matter. THE JAIL IS EMPTY. It HkiI hut One l'rlmiier, nml Me Lett nt Midnight. ArmuOTA, Ga., June I. Tattnall County's only prisoner, confined In Jail at Roldsvllle, unlocked the door Slon day night and walked out. His name Is John Fraser, a Northern man, who was arrested charged with stealing tho money of a man with whom he was traveling. Fraser left a letter addressed to the sheriff, which has created much amusement. In It he states that he Is In a hurry to gut out of the county and will not, therefore, arouse the sheriff from his sweet slumbers at midnight to bid him good bye. If ho remained In Jail nil summer his muscles would get soft, preventing him from doing a good day's work. He thanks tbe sheriff for being kind to him and assures him that he will return In October, when court meets, and stand trial, when he hopes to be acquitted. 3inel to a Celebrated SiuuecUdcCimo Seattle, Wash., June 4. In the United Statee District Court yesterday Judge Hanford refused to dismiss the celebrated cases against ex-Special Customs Agent Beecher of Port Town send, son of the late Henry Ward Beecher. United States Attorney Winston said that be had been author ized by the Department of Justice to enter a naiUprtp In the case. Killed by an lllectrlc Car. Doto., June t. Last evening George, the 7 J- ear old son of John A. Hern, while playing la Shawmut ave nue, was run down by an electric car and killed. Tbe bell was rung, but be failed to hear it. and the motor man had not time to stop the car, although be applied the brake promptly. - i Kced Again In Trouble. Grima S. Iteed, the proprietor of tbe "Forest City Hotel," is again under arrest, charged with keeping au ua IteeMed bar. Sine tbe eruptbm ia tbe Second Precinct this hum's place has been watched very closely, ami every atie whe eaters its doors are shadowed. Deed gave bail in tbe sum of $300 for appearam.e la the Police Court oa Friday, whea be will have a bearing. The I'alMt llrewluc Company, TtoPabtt linmiag Company, formerly tb PWUb Best gsewmf Company, has Ui cfad its Wssbwgsbii buamws very largely ut tbe past few atoatat. umier tbt aid aad cafclaut maaasaauHit of Mr. K. . Wtddieomb, ami at tax uswsal time is auapiytauc a latge pauparttoa of tbe baar (Ifua ut uu vi J . ewuwam dUNaeat grate, tbe "Bum ttbbua,'' Bo hemian" ami teUct lager barn tbat caaaot tie excelled any mct maue. iw --o" tmsr. ikck is put up for family urn. Is cssaciajiy oeaaaciaj u wcaa aau ueuiu tattat penoaa. Ita aett dUcrv wmroua ant luarvais of tb wayoaaaaker's haaUork, aad witb taam tbe compaay is sisier atutafma to upity at auBierous caatoumn taaa any atber smittir essabbabsaoat in tb etty. Tbe Wsebtagtwa Warns, at 78 ami Ni Noitb Capstoi umei, bas mu taoraajbly reaovaue! aad U coaapmte la every aaaart maai. Vmlar Mr. Wi Mhae mb' maaafe uwat tbe auaiaau bat laoaly larraMd, omtsartobw parsoaai poaatantv ami tbe mviirTajbVs couKmy wbteb cbaiacUriM bis imiiugt witb bm cuttoamm. Tha batty of Ed. Ximg tbe caloced boy. wkw was Aro aad Itucorattoa Day wbtie wrbumiaig i tb rivar amtr tbe Vtrgitda vad of tb Loa Bdd, tacoverad thj jpoisjtag ant btotigbt to tau, aaacanM. Aojaiawidiiaa )auSSUT aad tiba ((tj&boat eta baaad tM body alter baarsag mat Isj cmiAlarabsa ttaja fawwaw. agar lay Mtawa. aiiwdasa aad sisWbtJa. lekAbabaam etmabbsdtia bis huaa tot aotjpa Aaw (mi. U rntb leiu4 apl etptU to reawm Uidaam ta a amy to vUa srJaaaj a aaaai aamp aacgata tt wUl wf . Slo la taaUum aat ror turn SNUBBING ROYALTY Vrtmler Merrier Trentmwit of en trt Qen Tfttrtn. tw Ycjrk, June b The HrraUi' Montreal special says The talfc at the dirt awd m society circles h the nb, erMmly pimdWated. admliWetaWd bt IrenireT Merrier to the Duke and Dnchess of Connaught. Since the advent of the royal patty here he has studiously avowed tBrem. lie was one of the guests Intfftifl ft meet them at rrlnirer on Stondat WW ln at Sir George StepWha, mtt pre ferred to preside at tb dlstribtrtlOB of prlre to the scholani of th iHfht schools, and was again absent today (Tuesday), altnotigh specially hlflhsd to the excursion down the LaxsWne Rapids. Mew let's radical Mends ara tWtghted and say his attltnde Is perfectly con sistent with his fcmocTtlc and re publican Ideaa but society , especrally smone: the English element. Is highly !ncened and Indignant that the soWlet son of the (ueen and his Prussian princess should have been slighted. Sir George Ptephens docs not cam to speak of the Incident. Slercler hlmaalf is engaged electioneering in some back woods district ami cannot be reached lo get his version of the affair. KILLaD BY A Q0T5RNMENT 0FPI01R. A Distiller Shot for Itetmlns WhUky to n .tlnrohnl. Ksoxvii.t.it, Tmn., June 4. -He-ports received here stale that Bml Lindsay, deputy United States Star shaL, shot and killed Kilts, a distiller, In Campbell County, on Slonday. Lindsay got enraged liecause Kilts re fused to sell him a smaller quantity of whisky than ten gallons. The dis tiller's son, thinking his father In danger, threw a stone at Lindsay. Lindsay then attempted to shoot Kills, but his party took his pistol from him. They left, and When a mile away Lindsay asked for his pistols, saying he wouui no no Harm wnn mem. lie got mem, ana I . .ul I I. , .. 1 .. .M.!.. 1.....1. ( . ..... i m . . .r . . i. null luiificiiimciv luiic unuiv iu Kins nouse. i ne latter saw nun com ing, and locked the door, but Lindsey broke It down and shot Kilts twice, kill ing him Instantly. He then attempted to shoot the boy, but missed him and hit a little girl, slightly wounding her. It Is reported that Lindsay's party arrested him and gave him over to the Sheriff of the county. Lindsay Is n desperate character, having murderod a prominent citizen of Campliell County flvo years ago, but ccaped through lock of evidence. INDEPENDENT INDIANS. The Sac nnd Tox nml Their nenllnc' Viltli the (loTornment. Sac ash Fox Aiikxcy, I. T., June 1. The Cherokee Commission at the national council of tho Sacs and Fos yestord.iy made an offer to pay them $1.80 for their reservation of 480,000 acre, after 84,000 acres have been al loted to them for lands In severalty, or 100 acres for each member of the tribe. Of this 100 acres one half Is to be un taxable and inalienable for twenty-rive years, the other half lo lie disposed of as the Indians desire. At Monday's meeting the Indians of fcred to accept 300 each and $3 an acre for the remainder. It Is believed that the Indians and the Commissioner will come to an agreement. The Sacs and Foxs already have f 1,500.000 to their credit In tho United Slates Treas ury and are very Independent. The Ulcnbuiirne Tennl Club Tourim uient. The local tournament given by the Gleubourne Tennis Club has been very spirited. The result is as follows. Double, preliminary round Simons ami Flelilt beat Wlderburn ami fitockbrMg, iS-t, U-Ti Cranston ami Campbell boat Wil lotiebby and Jobnton (default), 0-0, 0-0. KiuaU Simons and Fields beat Cranston and Campbell, 0-t, 0-3, 0-3. 8lneit, preliminary round Simons beat Ktcwkbrldae, iH, 0-3; Fields beat CrauMou, 0-3, tt-4; Campbell best Jobnsoa (default), 0-0, t0; Willougbby beat Wedderlatra, 0-1, U-0. First rouud- Simons neat Campbell, 6-3,8-1. ladies' double, preliminary round Mt Ily Snnoat and Ml giraoat beat MM A. Bacon and Sit It. til moon. The finals In gentlemen's singles aad ladies' doubles and singles will be played to day. - Klectlon or Hank Utncere. At the annual meeting of tbe stock holders of the Franklin Insurance Com pany, held at their oftlce on Slonday, June 3, the following gentlemen were unanimously elected directors, to serve the ensuing year: Dr. Daniel B. Clarke, Georee K. Lemon, James L. Nerds, II. B. SItDonald, Thomas E. Wagga man, Charles S. Bradley, Dr. J. SI. SIcCalla. Dr. W. E. Roberts, Joseph B. Hill, O. C. Green, P. 11. Hill aad Alexander Porter Slorse, and at a meet lag of tbe newly-elected board Dr. Daniel B.Clarke was re-elected pretbWat ami Sir George K. Lchmm vice presi dent. " l'eeual. Slit Margaret K. Grima U viiitiag bar bnxbar, Captain Joba C. Griata, ia Petersburg, Va. Mr. A. II. Trusbmm is tbe guaat of C'aptaia JobaTruabaimof tbe CockuOa Cilj. Saaor Quaamia, tbe Argaatiaa Ke public Mitustar, baa returaml to tbU city aftm- aa abtMnce af aaariy a ysW, Hblcb be speat ia bis owa couatry. He says be was surprised at tba imiwove maats aad pregrese made tbate duriag tbe past few years. Youuic Keuler t ta Jail. Fraak Beater, tbe buy who was tut pUi-atad ia tbe conspiracy dsyveloawi oa meatfly to cbtorafatsa ami rob tbe family of Mr. DaaMtesT. bml a caav tlauaai'e of bis baanu ia tba Haiica Court tbts atoraiac. Tkuagtst Maitoa tmttiad tbat be aosu Ftaab soma taotb aelta ctfoaa, alto a i ve-aa bessta of cbloaofosm, witteb waa vary much iltliiiad. Jmiaa SuUaw rmiuiiml rbntiir to give bomb) or g to jfl for aiamy I oaya- iiiwunUae JacM. Tbe Criattiual Court tbu aporaiag costUaued to ill uu tba aasM Jsary paa- wata aotaated i adiMtioa to ssvoaa at T. T; t Parry. imek O'Haxe. CbrUtia Vr, Vai JWtor, iuua V Lsoaa. Mix mch.FeW Daly. Tbos : Ua&w. i W Hua. J. K Curwfc. Y. E. HajtwafTeTm. Wil. i: Ml Jacoanooi. wtaamaa ssajma. tli bat mafcftn wy afcia susssabasas mmbi v si) .bKfca acta ul v laaombamlcu'bU I uxt tba ban i.'aamtiaa taajat." U aat a Wsety atabaaa saaTT Taat'suot tit itu, say itjmmiast ' Tba amsbv saWi eeaaaiajaBT abm; li jwa asw altta jauSaiS aasta taw. iNtutM tb yvmku mi tba yasat. .1m aaufitif fctf aMaaeei Ula Br bsawa's iBaiiaa iMbv laVfj wilt 0u Una wtaaoat lau. Bias ao ci utl A'l druaptta. A ( i k In the roin-e rmtrf. Job' tct t Ttrrsn -f 'ho trmv af crsi o be found in Wahingtnn k '' tho Police Court dock to day. Hjb Is i rf of tn ti n who hrart the WBtto Hon, ind alays Itwatjne Brat h( has tome Mnirftnt business to fransfi' t witb ctetit Blaine. lie has I'lMcnmeont of t he workhouse, when n is understood he made threats jgam't a nnrfbef of resktents of wahiiiirton. Tnentr aM that he was perffdiy willing to tear town, In pref( rfnro to foteg jrJowti again for vagrnnry. 9ttmtt OftKttt Frank said that he would see Inat h was ptovldfl With ''inSpoTlatfwB. MatMtwtTl'orttttti'. I'm mlts were hwwed to-day to Chr1 flan Hcnrleh to erect a ntttstc ball at tke cnithmst cotnttoT bth atid & street northwnt, to cost ftt.OWI.and H ,T. W. Dntall to erect fife dwwlngs on K i reel notlbwfM, to cost t0,0w. CwiaifSinwH SMilth Hnnmlnntit, Sli HrnTsnono, It.i. , Jnne t. The IterubHcan Conirresslonal Conventlrm of tho Twentieth District met In this city verterday and renominated G. W. ."miili of Jackson Comity for Congress. lonvleted nf Ilonehrnklna. William Boss, alias, 'Boxy" Boss, was ( onvlcted on two counts for honse breaking In tho Criminal Court this morning. He will be sontonrod on Sal nrday Sick Headache Qr tasaamaaamasa B Baastisaiamsammmamasamamaamsmmai TS a complaint from which many suffer 1 ami few are enttroly free, lbs cane Is Indigestion and a slaggtsh liver, the cure for which is readily found in the use of Aycr's Tills. " I liave fonnd that for sick headache, caused by a disordered condition of the stomach, Ayer's 1111s are the most re liable renmly."- Samuel C. Urhdburti, Wortbington, Mass. "After the use of Ayer's Pills for many years, In my practice and family, 1 am JusMOfil in aaying tbat llioy are an excellent cathartic and liver medicine autnlnlne nil Hhb claims majle for them. -W. A. Westfall, SI. W., V. 1'. Austin & M. W. Hallway Co., Burnet, leans. "Ayer's rills are tho best medicine known to mo for regulating the bowels, nml for oil diseases caused by a dis ordered stomach and liver. I Buttered for over three years from headache, in dleestlon, and constipation. I bad no appetito and was weak and nervous most of the time. By using three boxes of Ayer's mis, and at the same time illotluc myself, I was completely cured. Philip LockwoodjTopeka, Kansas. " I was troubleil for years with indi cation, constipation, and headache. A lew boxes of Ayer's 1111s, used in small dally doses, restored ino to health. They are prompt and effective. . II. Strout, Meaaville, la. Ayer's Pills, t rninntD st Dr. J. C. Ayer it Co., Lowell, Mats. 8U by all Drurgiit tad Dealt In McdWae. 1VANTKII 1IKI.1. AitHrtlntntnU ltmhr Uto At4, mr ttt or ih, St tnll fr out Uvtrttt: SO unit ftr thru. 117ANTBD-A COLOHED WOMAN TO DO V xenvrtl housework In a family of three. No children Must uj at nlaht. Apply at iMS Indiana avenun. Jui.lt ITTANTED-ANINTEMJaEJTT 1K)Y WHO VV can read manuscript Apply at this office. AN AIH.K ADVEUTIeTNO, 1NSUHANCE, Fafe, UeWnlBcrcxl-or Book Atrent,or lleporter. of irreatlsavnlr falre, lor literary work. I-arce talarv. Write London X Hart ford Pub. Co.. N. Y. WANTKII KOO.M3, WASTED - A rbAINbY-PUHNISIIHD room In the northeast part ul oitr where there Villi be no objeotto.t to Iliclit boMnekfcpIni. Addrew D. 1. U.. IbUortlcu. SVANTKIl MISORfclANKUtS. AiinrtttnunUwulr Uu M,irtaM' Uh, MS Mate An- am irtUm; 50 ( fur ttott. A FEW UBSIKAM.K KOOMS. WITH ateam power, so.l alarator service aad nrt clH Janttorablp, ta tlw fOoT BUlbUINe, for rat at low rataa to art class taaaau. Apply to SiTlUSON 11UTC-HIN8. 91 Post DulWIfiif, or FHANK XIAGUIRE. treperin teadeut. 1'n.orosAi.s. mHEAblRY DEPARTMENT. OrHl'l OF I tbe haeretarv. VahlnctaB. D. C. May 36. 16S0. Sealed propotala will be rMVd tUa Deparuu-at untU two ttj o'oloek p. TlIuTliDAYTjl'NI 3. MM. for .'aula. teniae and lajlne uew carpets and uaklaa' carpels lor uliipmant and for iuttln and lay Ibk linoleum and mattlni' and relaying old earpota. lntrui ihte to bidder uan be had upon apphVaUon to tbe oAtui of tnebaperln tesdent Tbe riebt turejevtany and all bids U rerd. Partial bid will not beeoaaid ered PropoMl boald be ddrto4 to tbe feecretary of tbe Treannry and indorsed "Pru puMls fur t utlliii! and feewfmc Carpet, etc " Aeeeptauce of nropoal Ueindeut upon ap propriation by Conr M WINDOM, Imh. retarj mym.jM.n.l TDMOPOcUU VOU l-'L KI - i 1.EBK X Otace, HouM f HeprexNitatl' V S Wbmgtoa.D. f , May . li.-satod uro HMals will be received at tliia oaca uatll l o'vlock . FKIPAY. JCNK 38, HtU. lor tba eWUfetr or twehe baudred ii.Wi UMU, store or waa, uf bt while aab furnace coal (avreeaad). alao, evntv Ave iTSi euro, mora or lew, of tba Wt ru.- piaa aad mm bun itrmlaad flfty ilaSieunta, more or La, of beat k wood, aauar be Beetled at tbe Houm of gammeniatlvea durioc tba dacal year endio JaaeSe. ttM.uiid wood and i-oal to bed Uycrajl aa4 (jfd In tU tjj1i in tbat auutb wlnac of tat ( apitul. at avb Usk and ia uhi (iaaaUtbw as amy b iatrd by tba Cutrkuf la Hooaeuf Bcpreaeatatite Tba eoal auut weigh S:HO punnds lo tbe ton and the oak wool uuut bo cut la three (S; piece Tim vtuJi aiUkt tnaure I cubit, feet to tbu cord aad asui couled, Baured aad oat at the Capitol TL 1 'fit to reweigb (be coal at lb Cai.itol au'i tbe rla-bt to retact aay aad all bm K reer d Tba bid to be la iiord "Profxal fur i oal aad Wood" aad MUreudd toiDW ABO McPHBON. dark of the Uaae of Bepreieatativea tt S a4Me4 11 AtU-'HrTStT OFril'l. L' a -HTOU May . latt v- Proposal (or 3tartil aad taaaitaWorkfair Fonatma a4 Baaia and fur Broaae Vaa and Tamwuiat tor Terrai V Capitol -aVparata prom' tor tke arovawlfl be reuatved uttl tBUtsWHY. Jtui at. wee. at ' o-kck wm at thu taet vTL Canttol MtlKV IU LfA. 1 OUtrt TO UUS OK titkOA SCTUTY i!L?.'ia-fs-.'sV M9"1' lb abb atla. TO unx OH 104JL IsffATt tiavnurY. at s XB mtt opart. A I OKX TO Ua AtoKWei tvasTaW. Muaunr to LoAx i- wMtb aTATS mt ttt cbta viriia at Wtrwa of tatt. Itudelay ahrreearUjr boud. L TAT AVU LOATga. all tkuts of the cltt U Ut fmuor tta aaa ru iJA SsasTS HtWu ar fi. JtwSas ta 1 vanA12JaaBBBr IPtaii It AJtS atl I TfrrliaiTpa.1 ""CTtT'T: r fcaa guat Caw of .lltBafeiife LAiuM iMxaMstlsV tfTJtffffff or Qnar,iiTeW m arrciai. ioticf. n ek.ht nc n ArrKAi.. BT The FPrtrrailtn ff labor lst evetunir aytoptM aresorntton apiallTi tottwpnt lie f o refrain from SMRIIt nnrchaoes at rtcres after o'cloi p in o the evetilnir precwliTir th purine1 'Sci taniTnattoa InSlt Per Orrlrr THB FKDtATTfS iJittaprtnAi. ton n nstTtro and J SWtlTW "rsmlt 8trl.Cu-Wj1Mi , at stfanal Ofrfce BnlMma.-wSr DWsrtsnant. Samily Mvtslon. Washington. I I'.Jnnea, ISW. aled pToprnl,l dwpUfa's. sabjsrt to (he nsnal cotwlltlorm. Will riaj-ecej voa at this oftlc nntll li lock nom,TTItiStAT, UUII, J li vxavn I , bine and ettna )S, CtiftMtllf, BnlW , at tbat". S S Jf7 IS. HBO, for rnfnlwnt (.ratnte and fmn Stonr ps, i Wall. ntntlM Mnnf . Mr . nal oSra Bainfiajt. 'ornar f treaty fo' and Jl street norrn-west, parpiam tn epectscations to be xaan in this office Tha rpartimetit rewires the rlfbt to reject any or all Ml and to starve drfe-tt Pftwaft smut be enclosed In st-atal enrehipas m rtorssst on the cmtslele Proposals far rarn lafcina ami DMtlna (iranife Steoa. fJnrbfe. BnlMlna Wall, i atidersiSBetl . It. .... ---w.- -. --r. ,, , .-, .- S .i- R THORP, chief Snnaly ana aaaressm o ins w DIthion. nSSRIaTTA PAi.K FOX AJJD VTJt. folnnibla. ask that their names resDetlvetf M.at. r.mnmA In TfpnHfittR Paan ftatr ami lohti BIHIs ( rr, by whlrh natw alrnw they hnte n known for the last twelve year. nd now 1v notice of fleh appH',anon In acc rdsnt-f with law. lasswit igrTUNLAW HBratrrs. Tnnlaw Ttelrhts prwwnts more desiraMe features for aetnat rertdence than any nh Ivlston in t he District of colmnMa. The ttnpToteitients, nt.w In presffe, win Inrlnde all the convealeBrea of eltt life (.as Water, 9ewera. Jtlaetrto Car service snd ravsments The sHnatwn is nnrlyaieil In natBTal heanty snd cmnmawts in all dlreatloas aaftiter roptad views M the city of Waahlnalofi, Maryf and andVlralnia. -- , 1419 a st n. w. tots formic by fTTCII, POX BROWS. ltrr-a ve. HOLDSBOROL'Ull BROa. CO.. lMSPa.ave. KMMOW8 A Bno'ns, tny81,lm Atlantic Hnlldlnc. ft3aTTHlHD CO OrBHATIVK BflbtllXO !Sr Association. nflh series; first pay ment itrst Monday In June. Shares. $? each, ft per cent Interest. 9obrtptloB can b made ami constittitlons obtained at the fol loTttne Barsed pifrees! OrTlCBt)F TIIK ASSOCIATION, SOB 7th St. s. w A DKTOK,rrijst.,"104ll.s. w. W. T. WAIiKKlt. V.-ProeMIll G . n W A AHcuRir,iand Ists s w. It. A. tVAi.Kifli.Tth and tjst n w. Dn K. If. BUNNBbU em Pa. are n. w. O.T THOMPSON, See.. Cent. Nat.n'kll'd'. .1 T. rBTTY. Treas., Dletrlot Ilillldlnit. v. it. nrrT.Kii.nl c st. n. w. .1 11. JOHNSON. IfB Till st s. W. .1 N. I1IHCKI1BAI). 1Mb. and La ave. n.w. maylT lm nCSff-AMKltJCAN SBCUIIITYAND TKL'TT Company, 111 Out n.w. CAPITA US1.8Sa.nH1. mBrKHIlKIl HTOCK of the THOMSON HOUSTON KLECTHIC CO, bearmc T PMIt CENT. dhMendf.payalilereinl annually, for ialo at JfS W ret ulisri", par W A rooil In estnieni. miireiimrs lurnnneo uisin in "h TW n PKIl PKNT tNTRnRttT allowed on deposits subject to check at sight. No time Tomcimns. SI KKTY81ITI' BONDS fnrnlhed. A.T. HHITTON. A.A. THOMAS. President. Second Vice President C..T IIKI.T l'KUCV U. METEHBH. First VIePrott!ent. Seo'y and Treas . DIHECTOHS-A. T. llrltton, Jaa. E. Pitch, W M Tuflmpeon, Harry P. West, Ilobt Dortian. Wm Vomer. II . Ixmclilielm, C J Hll, M. M Parker, C ('. Dnnoanson, (lias. Putter. A. A. Thomas. Jas. O. Payne, M. W. lUrt-orldtfR. Nath K. .tanner. Caleb J. Mine Wna. Sf. Coats, Cronby fl. Noyo, lleriali wnklBs John if Ilsrretf, Martin P. Morris. John S. Jerks, Allen II need. tnysi.tw KW-DK WHITE. CIIIROI-ODWT. 1I1S Penn ave.,oppotte Wlllard' Hotel Thousand from far and near visit I)r Wlilte for relief from and avoidance of corns, bnn tons, diseased nallt and all other foot troubles. Hours. 8 a. m. to 6 p m. Sun days, 9 to It. Established isat. Fee.Jl PSJr-ROClfDALi: CO OP.SOCI&TYOFTIIE DIST OP COL. Members of this aoelety are Informal that the new Trade Cards (and Lists), Improved and ntendssl. are now readT for Issue Member will return tbe old fereen) card. Willi their addres written acroas the face, to any of tboe nameil below and obtain the new on i-ayroent of tbe iroper fee. Thorn bel nir over 4,ooo members who should olMaln the new Card before April sotli Instant promptness i advisable. Tht dd tart U of no &iJK afr April 80. J.W. IIAI1SIIA, Swretary, P06 II st. Cash llrtom. Treasury Dept, and atTM19tbit,atnoon awl at 4 o'clock p. ra. A T. Longlylpratw A t n e, Agr'l Dept bralth Tboapaon. V- I'.. ) F n w, A O O., War Dept. I. Vamlurboef. Ml French st, Bureau of SJIatUtU. B. C. Fawcatt, S Mats av ae.HhAud. OftV. .1. S. MfiCabe. SSd t n e, P O. Dept. II. W. Smith. TIC K t w. Q. M a. O. L.F Hunt, ISIS S t a w. Sth Aad.Ontee L E. Orldley. TOO L t a w, Hatt Oak Tieaaurv Joan MorrteoB.spj nt n w,r ubh, wTteon. sis nt n w, res iw Jour, arte Pa ave a w, S. A. O. bb, swrna tjw,.vs.n yer. Surgeon (lenerar Omea. Ut. Jo Jou; jotm rwn, C II. Saver. tMscartt bx ton, Mail n e, ttovt. mm "S. 0.Brewa, Ttb and R. I ave(Dn Store). D M.DavK MttltthM n w, Bu Bm;. ami I'rlBtiae. OIHer Dafour, CaaUar's Room, City Feat ofttce Jobn H. Joaaa. 1AM Sth t n w. Signal OeJce Dt E. U Oorbia. 8ml Amlitor' Oatee. J M.Aadtus, fteS CeiamUa at, O.L.O.. 1st. Dem. J. F. Fa. Ht F t u w fOreaar) F. J. Yoaair.Stespraeakt.My Dir Traasy lf!'n Womarly. 174 H tt aw, Omee Bev. Mar-.TTC'a . , Fraak HbKay, TOS tsth t a w. Chmr Store Br order of tbe oxeatlve eommMtea J W. ITAiWgA.SeereUrr : HE WASniNOTON LOAN AND TH08T COMPANY. CAPITAL Jt.issMee- T-tMPOSAlJYOFHCmL 10U1 t n w, previous to tbe ereetloa of tbecoBpany'tbaJUiaa, oorsarSth aad F MOltirY'LOAXBD ON COLLATERAL AND OK MEAL BbTATK. Well aacurad loan, aaraatead by tba coaspaay, foraato. la- tert nald ( all on or oorresiinBdwtth a W B. WreiSON, lie. . H. WARWEIt, Frm. DlRSCTOMa. (barleaK Raltoy. tfeormiF Sohafar, Jame L. Barbour, Thuaaaa Soaaervilla, Baorae I Bartol, loha t bwopa. Richard WCmy. J 8. SwtmaAm, Horace 8. CBtamhis. Batteralay W Tflbott J.J Oarilautoa. ixorae Trumdell. JobnJcy tdaoa. B. H Waraar, ( bark J Paalkaar. A A. WTUon. Albeit F. Fox. L.D. Wimt. O ( Greaa. S W WuOfl'Wd. illiam B ourley, c ha mml WUklaaoa, Joan a Laruer, a. a. wonniaauw. fr KSTTHL l 4L MBBSMMfi Or ' ismm OF TtMB umrut. for tba elactlaa be kabt at aaBs otai, Falls jemt a lmuTTvu a. m. my iw R DOuUTTLE, PreUdeni iaar-WBY NOT MAVR Ytft'tt SKIRT aade by oa of tba aauat clebrald cutter in Aamrwat Frioa ama a tbgae tbjid rate cutuari ckanw. PT EALL. 9HF ats w. a-i l iniRat I HUrJ1 I tlHltM EffiS!ci5Kil.TarSily au haaam frame maaalattaiar la. tb atty. ssjs raUatmmr3,t KbrntssTlat. Ordars atoiJttmadaa ta. a. w. PKlUOtAl.. AjaftiaaiAriMuah1 i faWgaajsrmmiiamiMaaiawair. xto ia Ttu nust. we wtu. fay itJt tALK-Ml1Clill.AKtL. aAttUiWlliMssTlaJEi umdtf 0U4 Hmis&I. J&r tti4ati Of lm. SB tiatfif Ar tMSucrUe; HfUtor irt. ITOSaALS TktOttUli.HLY URuliKSsKr x w. pouHcrt a a aaaaoam IMir or bcu pAuaailU. in naiusus. uu lock. rlncTr hi 141-1 0M fit tmnMlFn mi a ! tree a l.Jtfs ' WCate LSTAaVMUHW. a. t oinanS t 4itam or i . atMoiiwats par atwly tHA at . ttxwMtaaauawt wf uwm. &lir Ot'SOtStfJMMIaMt AJU, ssTJtatiaa, MLa, aaa.. on. tatt a 11 taiaa ssssssratwSeTsrsaa tot arl!nt :t,. ai kaxtaadvoai iraiaar a ' it 1 am mwig Tim "itiTHT'-fff 9 sakmiaial aaimii m i ail alilaii Tin 1 1 1 Ilia Ubla: tooaSoa etc f J. Max vbt Lj'onBlBl'v lj IV HEIGHTS. rrettren SoeneTj and TteaTtwest Loeatian onthell.AO H K. A wewsnTjatHstoaovat inoaina tna tmm fftrM uti. First TO Lots Will be solsl at HALF PRtCt -T,8 to 9Hm sfitntre Teet- 15, m, $45, $60, m, h Ear Term, Kg Mtrttl, Itxpenses mt itown end lots at rook bottom pr!oe. Caiusi, Evans &.Carusi, i4i i s-i iti:tri v tt. ln9.Tm FOR SAI.B IIOIJSHS. lvTa sft GtHtt fWt sWs? HHWPrrsMf W J(TWstyW, IrWWe u ?OR SA1.K-A MARRAtN IF 90J.D AT 1 ntira: I stnrr ami basement brick house: 1 moms and bath: all mod Imps; sitnatcd at "n tm t st n w: nrlpp St.anOr tertna one-thnM cash, balance 1. i and 1 years. Apniy toFRAmiBHtFTT. ISOIFstnw.' feSTW trOR BALR-IN ALBTANDRIA. ROOM I. frame bonte, )nst fialsblna; Hydrant In yaWs lot ISsIlftj snaa home; price, JHBJ. Ap ply to ROBlKT 1. THOMAS, Room fto , SW Itthrt. , JrOH BALB-FHAMK HOCSK 9(sJ IN 16- .foot alley, bet Sth and 10th and G and II its ittji room: hall on both floors; obfets front Ihr the rototnso; 15 per cent Invert ment; lot li feet front by ( deep. teet from Wh st. Apply wtthln 17011 8ALE-THKKK OP TUB tTIKAPRST V IrtHiees tn Wasblnaton, IOC, 108 and 119 11th tt n e; two-story and basement, brown stone, trimmlnfrst 7 moms and batbieleotrle bells and s: price, ttoo each, tsoo oasb balance to salt or trade for nood lots. rOIt ItHNT not;.Hi. AtitrHintnli wxttrtMt A, WrHitMer Utt , JB sentt fr m lawrftm.' SO rent w Jr. JTOIl ItENT-UNPUUNtSHKD- lrci I! I ave n w. IT rs 1000 oo Mtt Mbss are. IT rs ami stable. . . . au ffl HilKstnw. isrs mow ion Conn ave, IS rs ITS oo ltthstex ,15rs 1S9 CO law M st n w, is rs 150 oo letoicthstn w.llrs lei co isfs ii at n w. It rs.. IIS oo its, tjst n w, 11 rs ltoo t'hflplH t s w, It rs. 100 oo 1G0O0 IT Ptn w.it rs... 100 CO 100 00 Ten tut n w.Hrs... i Lafayette "ouare, IS rs sin E st n w. rs ltotchapln st n w, M rs. 1MB wtb tt n w. lots aMHIllycr Place, lfl rs.. IMS o st n w. 11 rs iMSNYavMors 170t Conn ave n w. It rs. . 1404Hotiti(ont, Srs.. . lKtiMonabtontit.t' rs.... K.ll lttsntrs ICIttUiTat nw.tm MM 78 OC asm as oo SB oo SB CO SO 00 5 00 MM ...sn 9NYave.l0rs 4f) l't, neartItt,Trs tt on llMlTthstn. w. 7 r 44 06 VM 8 stBW.tr 45 00 issaitthtnw.?ra iMOsiiihatnw. ia itiUlttlistH w. M rs 1619 Corcoran HBW. 9 rs ISKWattachst.tn !KJ7lhstn w. strand ilwtc auiljiu w.trt WHltthatn w.Srs ltis N Y are. s rs iw ssth ttn w.srs 13611 lavea w.Trs 1 a Mstn w.Srs..... tlSEsts w.srs S17 tstsw.tr UM 41 its w.Srs tlOUtttaw.tr MMMstn w.6 rs. w ou 4S 00 woo m.oo ssoo moo mm 30 09 SSOO asou moo as oo JBOO woo 18 00 15 00 tit mb st n w.it rs imeitnw,Itrs ISOl tut t n w. s rs Tbe above Lou- can be axatalBed by per mit from our offlco only. THOMAS J FISHER A CO., lWIPt.B. w. 17011 HENT-TWO liHAND NEW SIX U rooa frame bouses. hlh and drr looa- I tlon; sear eburobea and publla sobool ta i UBkntown. Inquire of A. UEUHEND.4S8I1 ilsw rOIt H.VI.K AND HUNT. TEALBTATK BULLETIN j THOMAS K. WAGUAMAN. 91? F street. vaaaaaa maae n eaaessiai aaa mioajs. t-STOKY BRICK AND FRAME HOUfiHo FOR HALE. IMS 96th tw. f b. Srs, and tkoaam rear 15JM8 UllUila w. f b. C rs Sjwo maito.wssi'siB w, f b, 5 m vooo jlKSMbatow,bh,tr...... iJXO 40AU4Uaar'aUyB w.bji.tra 5AO IMTaad if Madison it rw, fa, in, aadtbbrear 400 smtoMsaMstaw. bb, r 4Jfx) am N H w, f h, 5 r. aad t boa rear -tfiuo 1CU latH at B w. f b. 7 r .t,7T mtiJtii.tBw.Uh.sm sme WL.UBW, U tt, Tt. sam tiiw.lL.;ii WUMhrtB w. bh.S r. . . 3, 4S1 and tm HMae at B w. f b 5 rt 47I.uaw.tb.ial.tr MO lSllfttbttnw.fb.tr . ifcSOO :adt B w. blOr Co IHdansl laW Lawnsare tt b w.fb. 5r.. tJpd M aad tat O it allay a w, f b. I r .... 1J0 S(ktBW.f b.5 r ft ONIMFHOVED FNOFERTY FOR SALS TarSa. Part lot 5. K t. bat Mth aast 17th ttsaw.fi L tt. set Hta aaa humiw see 5t,btimhwmitl'iuaw tm 7th t. bat R amis a w ITS tsth stTbet X amt Fta w DuBbartoaateaBdlaaalln. mth asm Ut alt a w I m mth t, bat X and U U a w. ... 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Chuka Ubje TXMt BUrT-TWO 1? ati ansa frir gmttktmtai mmittttaR -aamemmaasnampmBsBBBmrnBaBammmaaBmssm MWttmaatsi JLuaa txaxf 1ssJaBtJktitaxBxCs4Bxexl sM fcssWttst tfcsM6sxfb MTt mCAa- WTATK. 00A.LK-AbXT i; AiaVKj. 0-DiD T ; m HS jaa asw iiaTaaMBnwav haisma nars tTiBliaf7srca. r iavaatoi TT'icir. Jpfc. ate i .! QslVtMttsTMW vC FOB SALE! HOUSES. Mitt aal 10 r -i hr'.k IffrrntK Ml xfln9(HrTw titnule WtmtftfM. mWttmWtm MsBbWsWMI U fltWH Jst Vflk 47V rricflv fo,""' Olr Wt artttSslla lWsBtt B Mra C W tTT Fffca,l8,0TM. 8-stmry brtck now, containlM 9 ronm snd bath; sisa of lot, lSafkH situate on : street s. m Frrca, B.ooo 3-stoty ami back csttratast hrtek dwelim.-, contalniny 10 fooms; all modern Improve ments; shaata on cortrer of rnntb ami O Vrrets sw taa lYhM, fs,onn. 9-etOry tiftett ntntsa), fj itnjtaa, ajhi bath: situate on I. straet, hatwasa Jtorth Capitol snd First streets aw. 40B Price, 9,.W. iMtnry brick hrwea, contatntng It ro-nn: ait modern tmprovamaats; slttiata So. U E street nw. 4 Prka, fW,3P0 8-story brtck honse, to rooms; sfte of lot, 3nx195; situate No. lt N st. nw. S81 Price, f10,00ti. 9-story ami basement; brtck bouse. 7 rooms bml batb; situate on New ifamphir aventtc, bet, L ami M sts. nw. tfltj Prtce, sn,rw. 9-ttory 0-room brick bowse; sltnate m Cleveland ave., bat. Mtfc aad iotb, W and Bonndtry, tS i-rlca, $1,0M). 9-Mory S-raoM brick boa, m vVallsclt I'lsce. 491 Price, ft.-W- , "-Mt7 . 3-story 0-room brick bottte; situate on Wallaca Place. 44 Price, 1,1O0. 3 story brick bouse, contetalng: 11 rooms ami bath; sml sll modern Improvements, situate No. 1W fl st. n. w 4S0 Price, fltXWO. Improved pmcerty on tba north tide of (1 t., wide front. 444 Prtce, f,om A large ttalile.prjteLy In a deeirabV lo cation; now under lease to sood tenant, psvina 0 per cant, 17 Price, fS0iW. 4W Frsmo dwell Ira, Grant ve., Mount Pleasant. Price, $7,lKiO. 490 Four alley houses, eaatainlne t rooms; eacb rent for $15 per month. Price, ttf,M)0. 480 8-room frsme house, lot 90x75, on L tt.e. Price, H1.000. 4F7 9-ttory sml cellar brick boose, J moms and bath; tttnate oa CWnmbla IleiKbte. Price, $10,0e0. House In Alexandria, Va, 8-story bricK flwcHina, M roDmt, with office annex ami lsria tble btte; attuate on cor. Duke ami St. Amnh sts.; lot Tx'J. TWO. 3-story snd back hullilinc dwelling. ': talnlnicl!) rooms sad bath; lot Tvxt-0 U uate No. UU Prtaee at. 4t Price, H.500 5-story ami back building btiek boiin1, eeattlmaf; 18 rooms; situate oo southeast cor. Prince and Patrick ats. 4M Prica, W. 4-ttory lirkk dwelllBg boate, bulKln the) mott substanUal maacer, orU&inlna; 'JQ roorot; aire ot lot xI12. 301 Prica, W.V0. 3-ttorv tad back hulldtat; brick bouic, coDtalnine S rooms, situate on Columl us t near Prince. 4S8 Price, f,t00. 416 8-ttory brtck dwelling aoota, oon talBiBg 10 rooms and all iboSstd improve ments; Urge tide yirtl; situata an cor. WasWiMtton aad Cameron ate., apfcaita Old Cbrttt Church, Alaxamlrit, Vs. This Is tbe tft sHuitlon la AlaxtadrU. Prif 16,600. Terms Oaa-tbird estb, balance one aad two yr. Ileusra at Fall Uliarvh, Va. A new eotttae, tttatte oaly 3 minutes' walk tram Falls Church Matte. W. A U. K. K., Va., eeetilniBR a reams, bath, pan try, sad trunk room, iie of lot, 110UW faet. ItIcb, $5,100. Terms easy. A1XJA aw cottaae, situate only 5 mlautet' walk from Fall Church union, V. O. R. K.. Va.. cOBtafalat:. parlor. itlalag-reom, kRcbea, 4 bed-reams, bath, eervaatt room sad attw. Prka, $3,-0. Tarats mv. Vurunl tlriiiiuil NorllieuM uuil Mittb ritkt. Att 2V iV iV c' 'SX iW HI Hii- S-V JOc iTic 40c tie c -k. -v i5c taV 40c ic H ! aaaaaa ' &: H M H Half of UU .. 4 HHt JfcS . S I t I 4 1 1 if u s-AX- WHOLE SQUARES -IK- ROSSLYN. 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