THE DAILY CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 0, 1890.
AT THE CAPITOL
THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA HAS
MUY 13 TIIfHrOtJSB.
AlKiNSONSMILM mi TAKEN Uf
Its Author Kfl for Bwy AWwir
ing PataHi Qffiioi8,
NOT A QUORBM OF MEMBERS PRSSBNT.
Icf(rminl OppHitteW A Twt of Ik
Megn Otbtt Dkttiet Mil.
Immediately after the muling of the
k trnal In the ltonse, Mr. Grmtt At
tempted to obtain tthanliwnw emMntto
i it the fenate Wll to infl-rrwrntn King
Theological Hull upon Its jnweage. Ob
jcHnn wti mada.
The House then went Into CommlUe
if the Whole, Mr. Dnnnell of Minns
seta in the chair, Ami the 1)111 nt
Mr. Atkinson explained the slope and
intention of the hi1!. In reply to Mr.
Kerr of Iotva he stated that the general
Incorporation laws of the DIstrlet did
not seem to include such corporations.
Ho also assured Mr. Ilogers of Arkan
sas that the hilt did not Involve the
Government in any liabilities or re
sponsibilities. The bill was then amended by insert
ing the word "colored" before the word
The bill for the relief of Thomas J.
1'nrker was amended as to certain dates.
Tbo bill for the relief of Mrs. Ksthcr
A Keyer, for purchase money and
taxes paid on lot 15, in square 8713, was
taken up. It was amended so as to
limit tbo amount so paid to $2,030.01.
On motion of Mr. Grout tbo commit
tee then roso and the foregoing bills
wero passed as amended.
The Senate bill to authorize tbo Com
missioncrsof the District to to lay water
mains, establish fire pluca and hydrants
where they deem necessary, was passed.
Mr. Grout then called tip House bill
$243, known ns the Atkinson bill, sup
plementary to an act entitled, "An act
to authorize the construction of the
Ikltlmoro and Potomac Hallroad In tho
District of Columbia."
The bill, in full, provides-
That Urn construction, maintenance ami
use for railway purposes of the turn-out
and tidings ot the llaltlmore and Potomac
Railroad I'orapany, now extending front Its
Hue tictween the Anacosila or Eastern
Hunch of tho Potomac ltlver ami the l.onc
Ilrltlr, l the city of Washington, Into the
fcvtral squares of grounj, known
iii (I rirslguated on the plat u( the
i ily of Washington as follows: Square 737.
square rH, square tXV, square northwest of
l s"i, square west of square 095, siure north
of square 007, square east of square
M.J, squire north of square 048, square Oil,
square M0, square -11)8, square south of
403, square 404, square 3W, square 217
and square south of square 907,
and the use ami maintenance of It
shops, stations and other structures now
em ted thereon It hereby legalized ami con
finned, said tracks to be maintained lu such
manner as will least obstruct the public
streets, avenues or alley on which said
tracks are laid, and to be under the general
supirvlslon of the Commissioners of the
District ot Columbia.
Plc 2. That It shall he the duty of the
t oininlMlooert of the Distriet of Columbia,
and they are hereby authorized ami em
powered, u-heuertr tkty rmuUltr it a puttie
hatfl, to grant the llaltlmore ami Potomac
llallrotd Company penalMlon to lay, main
tain and use side-tracks and sidings from
the main line or Hues of said railroad
Into any real estate In the said
tlty abutting on the street or avenues
un whkh suck Use of tucb company Is or
may Le situated, which may be used or oc
i upled for manufacturing, commercial or
other business purpose by partle desiring
It use ot such facilities. Sueh skls-trtusks
or tiding bH be laid ami raalotalued
under the direction of said ComutUstoaers
and in such manner a shall least obstruct
the use ot the public streets for ordinary
f ev (. That the Baltimore aud I'otoma
Hallroad Comiwvny Is hereby authorized and
empowered to acquire, tuljtct t tin uy
jrmilof kiiU VMmutimtrt, tor the pur
poses of Its business any one or more of the
squares of ground In the city of Washing
ton south of the line of the said rail
road and north of I. street and north
of tbe Eastern llrancu ami east of
Thirteenth street southeast, and any oue or
wore square a thtM lx ujwni ty the mui
(oiufiiasto.im-sabuttlBKOti tbe line of said
railroad on Mar) land and Virginia avenues,
and to extend, maintain, and use tracks
(rout convenient point ou the Hue of said
railroad into the said property, awl to
trot ueh streets as may be necessary for
that purpose, and to construct thereon eucb
facilities as may necessary for lu basinets,
uiiitiipproitU by wid Cwnuiut ., and to
Uisiutalu such facilities Incauiutcltoutiw
witJi, such tracks, where they r-rnt tree,
to te laid euul uuiiiUinrU under the
direction of the Commissioner of
the IMetrlet of Columbia, awl in
tuth wannar as shall le-t obttrtut
tbe use of said streets for ordinary pur
1 1 set. And iu case said eouipaay tb-U be
untitle fur any reason to acquire suata um(i
ettles, or any portiost thereof by nmefaass,
tLey may be aeq-tftd by aM cet-r
psBV tit the manner srovMasl by
teetion n-mlar-l front Hb ta 61,
both iUui, of the Kswised Statutes.
relating to t-s IMsttiet of Columbia; but
-tfU-g beret. otatad siusil mtiiiM
tbe eeitdiniaallnsi of aay esMttest or trhoai
property, or property of tsat United
&sc. 4. TluU '(Morass rumm Uu liyUl la
uiuur, umtuii, w rtjmi rasf tut.
Tbe wocde ad Uam prlutotj la
Italics sue swemtwasiii W Uw ostfMsai
bill proposed by the Dtetiiet Coassntis
Mt AtLituoa essayed Use taak of ex
plaining tbe bill. ui bad a Itveay siisM
of it Mr Blouut of 0oyia aad Mr.
A ndenoa of Kansas waAtsaTa suotl dssej
f espUiuuioH. wkitk caustalMr. At
kisuoB to cosHt) down to Use stall is
float af Um SsMMtkar is kit en r snail aein
to give ansvww to 4tJtMsssW.
ju. Lodsn wjkWd cbartt ami inapt
aaai tblags ocular ta abtjw wssat wti
bill dkl ail didn't do, anil tiMatjfe it
would be well to resxuautitt that QU ta
Mr. ALbUwosi nrnaulitus' to pi,Mrksai
autJi uiies glot u tJtf Mom waaaraj
yiajatlijr yr tttystMala, aMeibi tbat ttoaist
if ordsw ibat Us bsal soitW b aamM
vres) us CtmsjatMa of that Wboa.
Tbe BftMktijr dSkvlaaSM UM MMbtfet WSsV
tajteav But it was aot as aaay to aat
law cuunnlttee an It uauaHy It, 1e
suoUob uim wtuuaeaateaujsaea
uunlott uset wtU UaedatenuJsMal oooad
tie of tkosat ouiaMaKl to tb WIL After
a sialu vote, wbkb raaultwi la UN
aiinuaUva. Uw ac aasi aosw waca
Tfca) laotkiB ixavaikd by M tu W,
4ti tbe Hon resolved Maali luto Coa
avl4n of taw Wb rle
Hf t tit saai mb tfeawa umA Oka sjtut' It)
advocacy of that bML 'a maif ta a
jueiws) uf Mt. W&km. W? 4Wav
- -paassiiajBaaj(ay passaaa) aajpajp ayaBBBajsjsssss kff sjf sffaaarp
lafat saa&saaaUattHt WaW haMaf laaait taVLVtW flA
tmMwtem 4aaftaMnsSa BKMDBaaaSal kit ftaaV
"sppsfstsajBaji Tfsaaissaaat vvvfsasaaa"SssiV 9
PMPJbjV VP Vsar WIHRsf it Wf J
ftaaH rPsspw aJ saawsaa tV PalssaaP NP slssF
blltrUaot aalborUe 0W nOm to
meander about the city at its own siMOKy
will. Nor, he assured Mr. MIHIkcn
would it permit the road to occupy any
part of Pennajlvania avenue.
Str. Caswell favored tti Wll. He
explaloerl that the meaairre did ant
afrert tbt passenger depot or the tracks
on the Mall. It related rWy, he saw,
to the ffelsjht depot, yard, sKHntxt ami
Mb IWtet of Wew York mde a de
termined ertWrt to get the floor to offer
sothe amendmerttm but the Chair de
clined to recognize him. .Mr. Atkinson
hatj charge of the time favorable to the
Mil, and Mr. Homphtll of South Caro
lina hrnl charge of that in oprfotithm.
Jfeliker would yiehl to the portly and
impottnnate statesman from New York.
Mr. Hemphill then took the floor In
opposition to the Mil. lie denied that
the question affected the through traf
fic from the Pwith. In support of
it he rewl from the testimony
of Tresident Hobetts of the Pennayl
vania road before the Penate District
Committee that the freight lmslnew
which requires furtlier facilities is
strictly local and not through traffic.
The road la now occupying, lie said,
five public reservation without com
pensation, to wit, Nos. 171, 178, 2-11 and
800 ami the Mall. These figures are
taken from the report of Colonel
He then explained how the road
come to be in possession of the Mall.
He quoted from Mr. Frellnjluty
sen's speech In the Senate
at the time that engines would
not enter the Mall and the depot with
their smoke and noise, but would
switch off, and the trains would enter
through the momentum they hail al
Mr. Cobb of Alatiama made the point
that the bill said nothing about the
Mr. Hemphill returned to the charge
and Insisted that tho road should be
made to comply with the law.
The attendance of members has fallen
off until a quorum is not present, and
the bill could not pass tho House If the
point of "no quorum" be raised.
In the Sennta
After routine business had been
transected the Silver hill was taken lip
nnd Mr. Cockroll addressed the Senate.
Senator Hoar Introduced a resolution
looking to tho election of postmasters by
Mr. Call introduced a resolution aim
ing at modifications of tho treaty with
Spain, so as to enablo cattle to be shipped
from Florida or olscwhoro relieved
from tho present oppressive rates of
The nomination of Mr. J. O. Kerbey
to n consulate Is still pending In the
Senate, and'somo opposition to his con
firmation has been developed. In no
ticing this nomination tho other day
TliK Citmc, in common with other
papers, mado tho statement that Mr.
Kerbey had been dismissed from
n place by Mr. Curtis because
he had been guilty of forgery. We
have Investigated this ctmrgo
and nro convinced that in making it we
did Mr. Kerbey an Injustice. The not
of Mr. Kerbey, upon which this charge
was based, was done by him without in
tention to do any wtong, and no person
wns Injured by It. Tiik Ckitic can
only express its regret that the charge
and other disparaging remarks concern
ing Mr. Kerbey got Into Its columns.
The City fostolllco.
'1 he conference report on the City
roetottlco, which embraces a new bill,
locating the building on the square al
ready adopted by the Senate, facing
Pennsylvania ami abuttlncon Eleventh.
Twelfth and O streots, Is ready nnd
will bo handed to the House to day if
Mr. Mllllkon can obtain recognition by
The President' ltuturn.
The Pros Ident and party returned to
this city this morning from their trip
down the Potomac.
Christina imtlcuvor Delesutct.
The Washington delegatus to the
National Christian Kndaavor Conven
tion, which convenes at St. Louis,
will leave n a special at 0:90 o'clock
to morrow morning from the llaltlmore
and Ohio Hallroad depot. The delega
tion is a large one, representing the
Presbyterian, Congregational, Baptist
and unions of othor churches. The
delegates carry with them a beautiful
silk banner of blue material, with
pictures in white silk of the Capitol
building, and the iearend, "District of
Columbia Christian Kadeavor Union,"
in gold letters.
Held l'or Trial,
The grand jury, to day returned tbe
following true bills; Charles llrown,
assault, with intent to kill, llaymond
Hobinsou, larceny from tbe person;
(irillin liurke, larceny from the person,
John Henry Johnaoa, W, II. Johnson,
larceny from tbe neraOH.
Tbe charge- against B. W. Davis
for tbe killing of Webster lSretuugb,
Criminal Court liulus.
In tbe Criminal Court this hmm ttlag,
iu tbe case of tbe United States vs. ICd.
E. Oray, charged witb tottery aad
cosnicted, a previous tasitmicu was'sat
aside and be was seat to Albany for one
year and osus day at labor.
Prank K Basse, iadltttod for assault
with latent to kill, was adttttttad to ball
U tbo sum of f .
Brow a has a barns tub of garb eatl ho.
Koa4 aaul heaatby aaal lull of satlsa.
Ttu) are aurlgbtay u ork aasi Mtibt at
And are aotad far usirttsws awl wrt sad
brow la healthy, hi wafet It fair,
And thate face are fr faaas wrinkle of
They attend no mututH tar yainlnat aud
And utner a dollar for doctor1 bill.
Tbe laaaiiii iathat they haajn ta tbe right
ylaes. Or. PietW Gol'lea Medical fa
eosatK, btr Vaatdtag tbo luriaay af baa ussm,
tbe bloud lrw from baujMartUM, waaas ost
all birsr diasasas waacb awaaw sroas bad
bUxxL Tbs viae ot tbe "uiaeovery" $m
neat Uer and ktdaey trouble, dyma-odt,
tHjauitsiisioJs. or luua at 141 atojiaacb
aud boarsd tiouUe, aad fonntsMi tba bv
gtaMwg 0 aJaaase. Tbat ts arby tbs
Baowa smi so basdaby. It is also
yuuruaUai Ml vUt tit SftSSSS U tsbast
Iu tisuti aad jciveu a ajar trial, or mnaajr
P.kl for tt wuT b refuwasd.
m n ssrsf tsjltttBlBSSSjaBsa
fku UgyaiaMuiAisti lssm lNaAjaMttlU llftUr
ssaF AasaaisMSftvtsaaassav sssssssg est 9PBSftBatBjsv,sp fitaB
of tk wtU a fsMtay t)cuaio v-
to 1J"-'-11 HaM. Taw boot
saaswwstx stF 4BssssjBssjtaBBatsfsflv flaWasa sj isw Fts
1 iu Wave m W . m. urn i 9-m-
W'slajMaltftltll'tl faVVfJasttai aUaUl aaVJaWaVaasst fttaXllfc
tsssaysia w wet sssistsw bsp P"asfaaip 'sp
fUsT t llsl'sl VMrtitaWAt Wttf tisWW ftiV 4aW
4sMlW MaWla4sftbVl 4ammi i4u tSciMdat 4f
tsmlaw Anaj at Tuft Istttata ftXaassasas rnslsat asassssaUtasassT
"aSS" aaaaaa vsav ssstwflrssavaB staassssvs s sasssastfajj
IBffrTlaftatJ' lwW PW aWaWGsJ VftMNHsaWMsi H
sr"s Wfif stjBwMPs B wMsJsrV
Thu Iusadessl of tbo L'assssi sisataak
it aajp1 rtSF"ssr s sstsF r paBjssasf aaetw sp
oaB ttjat(4sB Vasajsi Ifteaja, afejfajaf
Iteatasost as a fatssssT sssMum jsaabt.
CrEtLSAiJ w! SL JsuLf 4a3tu
SElfSATIWAL 8CMDAL III KiWARK.
A .tltnfster qiwattOM the T.aitlmnte
UrlRln of a MIHIenair.
JTWAmt, If. .1., Jme 9 A local
paper recently stated that Trfhn I).
PerMre, th iMIImtAn trunk maim
fMrrrrer, was f iMaaltlmatc birth. Mr.
Peddle ftot ortlj bwiirn a Hbci suit, btit
made an Inwstlftrnmi which dtaelosed
the ftwt llMt thjr otteimrtor of the story
ww Kev. W. W. Boyd of the Peddfe
Memorial Cnnrcn. Itev. Mr Doyd ad
mits thai he toM the story to a reporter,
but says the reporter promised not to
have It rmbllsHWl until a later date.
The editor of the paper, however, dis
regarded Ihe reporter's request smi pub
Itev. Mr. Boyd now says that while
the' publication was premature, the
statement is trne, and he will stick to it
Mr. Peddle will doubtless site the min
ister for libel as well as the paper. The
matter has caused a great social sensa
tion. It Is Ihe sequel of another and
lesser scandal which has been a matter
of gossip for some time namely, the
refusal of the trustees of the church to
recognise Mr. John Peddle in the
The late ex Maror and ex Congress
man Thomas D. Peddle founded the
chnrch,wlthan endowment of ?830,000.
When Ihe church was dedicated re
cently Ihe keys of the church were pre
sented to the trustees by an adopted
daughter of the late Mr. Peddle. There
was some surprise lhal John Peddle was
Ignored, and a family quarrel was
hinted at. The publication of the state
ment above referred to followed.
Mr. Peddle's friends assert tbat ltev.
Mr. Uoyd Is angry at Mr. Peddle for
falling to carry out certain supposed In
tentions of his father in regard to the
minister's salary and other Incidentals,
and that his resentment has led him
Into making a libelous statement. The
pastor's friends, on tho other hand, de
clare that he Is n man who would not
say such a thing unless he had proof of
Its truth, Mr. Peddle threatens to drive
the minister from- the pulpit, and there
are likely to be sensational develop
ments. A TRAQIOAL SEQUEL.
ltitltor Cntrlrs, tho Abductor, flliot Ily
Mokthhai., Juno 0. Kdttor Eugene
Cowlcs, who abducted his daughter
from Cleveland several days ngo, was
found by his wife and brothor-ln-Iaw,
K. 11. Hale. In this city yesterday.
After an exciting intorvlcwhe agreed
to allow them to sec the child, and
while on tho way in n oab was shot and
seriously wounded by Hale.
Cowles demanded that ho should re
ceive half of his father's estate, which
was loft to his wife and his child, and
being refused declared ho would kill
his wife, and made n motion to draw a
pistol, when his brother-in-law shot
Kona of the parlies will talk about
Cowles Is reported this morning to
be slcoplng quietly. His temperature,
however. Is considerably higher, Indi
eating septic complications.
The child of Mrs. Cowles was found
In tho convent hero yesterday. Legal
papers will be taken out today, and
sho will probably be placed In her
A Illc Mexican Subsidy.
Xrw Yokk, June 9. The lltraW
City of Mexico special says that the
Mexican Government hat granted to A.
K. Owen, head of thoTopolobampo Co
operative Colony, a zone of 111,000 square
miles of land, stretching from the Gulf
of California to the lllo Grande, together
with a concession for a railway, tele-
f;mph, nnd tolephono system 1.300 miles
ong, with a subsidy of $12,000 a mile.
Owen has gone to Now York to capi
talize the concession.
An Insane WHililnctonlau' ,lum.
IIai.tdiohk, June U. Henry Kvnns
of Washington, D. C. an insane man.
In charge of an olllcer on his way to an
insane asylum at Albany, X. Y..
Jumped through a car window of a fast
express train on the Baltimore and
Ohio lload yesterday. It was thought
he had met a horrible death. The train
was stopped, but no trace of tbe man
could be found. To-day he was found
wandering around Canton In an almost
DOES FASTING PAY?
A I.Uely Discussion In I.'uropa Aueut
Sued '8 reeent successful fast of 40
days in London has excited much com
ment. I.aboucliere in London Truth
"Tbe wonder about Suecl's fast Is not
that he should have imsaetl 10 days with
out food, but that lie should have sur
vivetl for 40 days under aay circum
stances in the atmosphere in wbieh I
saw Id m last week, as 1 do not believe
that, under ordinary conditions, any
body could have endured tbe fog, the
tobacco, the gas ami tbe crowd for this
period of lime without change of air.
Tbe couclusiott I arrive at is tbat Sucoa
survived latcaufce be dbl sot eat."
1h tbe Aim ttecuew there U an Inter
eating article by Dr. liobsou Uoose uuou
fasting men. It would seem tbat tbe
buiuaa macblau can consume itself
when it gats bo froah fuel, ami tbat tbU
proses mfty hist until there Is aotbiag
left to cougiiwe. Death tbaa ensue,
due either to exbauatlou or to loss of
boat. A fat uig was buried la its sty
for IU) days uudur a chalk cUif at
lovr. Its weight was redu -ad from
la poutuk to kT sounds.
lu 181 a murderer at Toulouae com
udited suicfeht by ahstaiaiag from food
for W1 days. A few years ago a lady
dotsrwiaad to eat uothbag: save died on
Use iOtii dav. A Preach doctor who
made esprrtmottts on animals found
that suskku (loath was not utx-omuum
loujc before tbo normal time This oc
cursed from "ay aeons."
Sous mala lain tbo dangerous udess
acts oj such feaU. walk other say they
will have a great deal to do with In
inming thai fostsavuee of wasebod
tailors, iuspritosted udmurs, etc., who
ned not near despair of ultimate talva
do, sveu after weeks ot foodies
i'HWifctr Knnlt' yihitltuse tor l'tUi-
'rw Mb LU1 to J.iMit-ii.U
Woiaum la tbo oUest days re uot
sttossed to drsjab via, ami to prove
tbtkt ar bad ot beast drtabbag it Uaey
ktjsjktt sutaatfelmlv tbosr tuitt Tbli
osdd bo bostaw rJaaa isrobibitlou.
vrssssssssssi sssf sntstfanp asapiBss wsi
.' Af4 Yuri, au;i.
fto4tWw- wh was Atlas ?
dsudoat-iae was a bigjbwtsysaaa-
Ptiiswaatir tsawaticaUy) ladsod I
aaibtwal riQaua'i sAesaare say,
AMlgijaigi a stag!'''
sitHilfat wtm. i.Uas bobl it Uk
ttamtin Xmtr Yorl ..
Ami Mnfi boss atifl tasac
titk-Aa at kfea Uaaa adtb aaaaO aad
A RAILROAD SMASH UP,
Two rreht Trains calllde Nam
ner or renwns Ktlleil.
St. Loirs, June 0. It Is reportBrl
that a collision of freight tratnt oc
curred on the Wabas Railroad, nr
Wrfnroii, sixty one miles west of nw
early this morning, and that the crtwl
of both engines were killed. The eol
IWoii was caused by a mistwidweiamt
ln of orders.
the official notiftcattow telegrsptwl
to the Wabash Copany Here
from their agent at Mobsrly, statess At
ahmit 1 :$j o'clock this mornlnf ttwln
No. 3, engine No. 3W, collided one
half mile west of Warrentmi, with a
train being run as ecowl section of No.
i. One of the trains had eight palace
horse cars loaded with race horses en
rente from Intonln to Kansas City.
The accident was caused by an error In
train orders. The second section of
train No. " had orders to run two hours
ami five minutes late, and the order de
livered to No. 26 by tbe operator at
Montgomery read two hours and fifty
Peven men, In charge of the race
horses, were killed ami several others
were injured. Kngineer 9b Well hod a
rib broken. Fireman Lee Parsons bad
a collar bone broken. Fireman llrown
was seriously injured about his legs.
Draheman Norton was slightly In
jured. No other trainmen were Injured.
Engine No. 241 ami two palace horse
cars of the second seotlon of train No.
!i, and enclnes No. 888 and Six
teen cars of train No. 8(5 were badly
wreched. Fifteen race horses were
The comimny's surgeons at Molierly,
Montgomery and Warrenton went to
the scene of the nccldent. The com
pany expect to have the track cleared
'Dy 2 p. m. xue names of the killed
i learned-as yet.
THE UNITED SINGING" SOCIETIES.
Munliersof the Northeastern Hnenger
burnt Settle Their Ilimcultles..
Nbwahk, N. .1., June 0. A meeting
of delegates from the United Singers of
llaltlmore, New York, Hrooklyn, nnd
Philadelphia, comprising sooletles of
the Northeastern Sangerbttnd, mot In
Sacnger Hall yesterday afternoon to
confer with tho United Singers of New
ark and flvo protesting societies, to
smooth over, if possible, the dllllcttltles
that have arisen over the election of
odlcers of the next Saengerfest to be
held here next year
After n debate, in which the full
story of the election of, nnd opposition
to Major Carl l.cntz as first president,
were fully explalned.Mr.Lontz expressed
his wllliness to retire for harmony, and
stated he would be a candidate In case
a now election was ordered. Finally a
motion prevailed to select one delegate
from each of the outside societies and
the president to propose a new plan.
Tho committee retired and presented a
resolution that new delegates be elected,
one for each twelve active members of
the societies. The election should be
completed by the 15th. The nomina
tions for new odlcers should be made
not later than the 23d. Should new
dllHcultles arise then a meeting Is to be
held at Philadelphia, July 15, to select
a new city for holding the Saengorfost.
The resolutions were unanimously
adopted. A committee was then ap
pointed to propose a new constitution
for the Sacngerhund to prevent future
BLACKBURN WAS THERE.
Laughable Incident lu 11 I'mnkfutt
Fiutn Ikt LoulttUU rumuun tut
"I witnessed a very laughable Inci
dent last winter," said a Frankfort!
man the othor day, "and the moral. If
there be auy to the story, is that a man
should know tbo crowd before whom
he talks indiscriminately. It was In
the Court of Appeals chamber just after
the adjournment. A crowd of gentle
men were sitting around, and the chief
spokesman was a loquacious member of
the Frankfort genus loafer, who was not
acquainted with all present. One of the
brightest young lawyers In tbe State
had just stepped out after making a
sneeek. He Lad been drinking, anil
tliB Frankfort man said- "What a mis
take some fellows make In thinking
they speak better when they are half
full of whisky. Now, 1 have heard
that our two Senators keep soaking
full when on duty, ami I think it a
" 'One of them has quit,' quietly re
marked one of the gentlemen present
' 'Which onei' was the query.
" 'I have,' answered Senator Illack
burn, and he trot up and walked out
"The dumfounded talkative man
caught hie breath and said- 'Well, now.
that was one dirty break of mine. I
didn't know Illackburn was wllhiu a
thousand miles of here. Hut I don't
care. 1 have beard tbat Senator Black
burn drinks too much to sustain even a
"Still another stranger spoke up with
'Weil, be just never dbl drink to an ex
cess, and I know that Uncle Joe hasn't
touched a drink la a year.' It was Sm
ator ltlackburn's nephew this time, ami
the talkative man made bis escape
without standing ou tbo order of bis
Where We Fall.
tk .Vtf Yuri nmU.
KepreMatative Dlngley asbs the ad
vocates of f roe raw malarial to "ex
plain our want of sucotMs iu marketing
cotton goods abroad." It cannot bo
duo to aay differs la ataa, hunaue,
as Soeretaiy Blalae has esutalaed, this
dUiafeato U more tbaa made up by tho
superior productive powor of tbo
A merit, aa operatives. faxed ma
cbiaerv. chemicals aad dye atuJFs. aad
a failuM to study tbo mtads of foaoaga
markets and establish reciprocal trade
relations with tbein, have much to do
ubb our want of success in marketing
cotton goods abroad
INFANTS j INVALIDS,
THE ON IV
Ptct Substitute for Matter's Milk.
to cuocsaa infantum . o teething
4 tuKab aMu.iutu u..j j. DYSPEPTICS.
A PERFECT NUTRIENT uiU wmu 0u,
Nassau m laauat. uut w ux stuuns.
SltMAK-OAUC CSV. IttlSS. SUM
co.tvrMi ui lutta tutviiif utsr ui arw
.10 Uul;. ul uoaa 1 - (Uau-d ul
in ait'-jin h aas1iiiiiiiiit wto
so. awtWMMt to
wtalP JB? IP PsaasBsaSff
aaa as -
FVRIKTTA TAuT. 1 r AND WM
.rt.'WCII r', iwiiii'mt 1 III VU'lUJ.
eaas' n. lO.set, Snprente Conrt, Dttrli-tof
ay ppil'i V l." i J'aaefarr an1
r ku Mn till naflte aleae th-j
ivf '. vn. unfit i i ut twelve fears,
nMro p. n.Tise . n-h arsollcatlmiln
acco itfin a with law. j34.SWit
trtuti foorgitA tv Brn.mwi
Assorlntlon Fifth erte: (Irst nar
mei" r Mondat In .Tone. Shares, earh,
spf- nt Interest, snbrlnttens ean be
M( . nnd conatlfnttont oMatwen at the fol
towi' c named places: ,
oTFICX OF TH S A9WC1 AThTJS,
sta 7th gt. s. .
A i Frrn. rret.. aiei at. s, w.
w i walkm, v.mst, Hli o st. a w
A API nRR. 41 SM I StS. S. W.
. A WAIJ(BR.7rltaMllt. n. W.
Dn tt it. ouxNBl.USsff'a. as.a.w.
J. t fprm.Trtffstrrei BniMrat.
w v mTl.BR3ro st n.w.
J n loHssoS, sw nn t .
3 N p.TR RHKAD, Jh and la. are. n. w
Mis rmris are., Apposite Wlllard's Itotet
7Tionn1s from far and near vMt Ttr. white
for inief from am avoidance of corns, bnn
ton, (tipd nails and att otner foot
tmnW Hoars, 8 a a. tot p m, San
riar'.fUolt. RxtaMtsaed ISBt. Fe,$l.
1IOV9TOW BtBCTRtC CD , DearlBf 7 PRR
cbist. drrtdends, parable setnt-mineallr, for
sale at fR St per share, par B. A snort In
vettnent. rartlcnlars fnmlshea upon In
qTvO TKR CBT. ISTBRBST allowed on
dfpott8 cabjtct to oheck at slbt. o time
St'RBTTantP noRDS fBrnlhd.
A.T. BJttTTtTN, A.A.THOMAS,
rrwMent. Seoond Vloe-PresWept
T A. I1K1X, iMTRCT B. MRTZOKH,
First Vice Prslint. sec'j and Treas .
I)1RECTDI-A. T Rrltton. Jaa. R Flroh.
V. 8 Thompson, Harry F West, Hebt.
Peraan. Wra eraer, II. n. lonoWwt. C .T
Hell, M. M Parkw, V. V Dftncannfi. Ctias
TottPr. A. A. Thomas, .Ia O. I'apie, M. w.
Heveridee, Nnth. B. Janner, Caleb ,1. Milne
Wm. Jt, Coats. Crosby . !Votot, Herlah
llklas John R. llerrell, Martin F. Morris,
John S. Jenk, Allen It. Rest!. r.w
Tnnlaw HetKhts.presents more desirable
features for actual residence than any sttb
dltHlefl In the District of ColnmMa.
Tbe ImproTMaenK now In profrres, will
Inelodo nil the conveniences of olty life
Oas, Water, 8eweraire, fflectrlo Carservlee
Tho situation ts nurtvaleU In natural beanty
views of the City of Washlnaton. Maryland
r ITCH. FOX 11I10WN,
14JT Pa. ave.
(iOLi)snonouuii mhos, aco.,
BMMONS A BROWN.
nyl,lm Atlantis UulMlng.
K3sr-itocnnAt.E caor. SOCIETY OF THE
:' hist, of col.
Members of this society am Informed that
the ncwTrado Cards (and Lists), Improved
and extended, nro now ready Tor Issno.
Members will return the old farean) card,
with their address nrilten across tho face,
to any of those named below and obtain the
nw on payment of the proper fee. Tliere
being over 4,W)0 members woo should obtain
the new card before AdtII SOtli Instant
promptness is advtsnble. 7"t efJ earttliof
no Uxtjtt aTrr A tril SO.
.I.AV. HAltSHA. Secretary.
Wft If st. Cash Itoom, Treasury Dept, nnd
atlWl.Mh ft, at noon and at I o'clock p. m.
A T I.onRicy,prest.KiS A st n e, Agr'l Hept.
!mllu Thomiwon. V. P., 1SS9 K n w. A. O.
L. Vnmlerliool, 931 French st, llareau ot
K. C. Fawcett, 6M Mass ave ne, IthAud.
.1. E McCahc. WM st ne, P. O. Dept.
II. W. Smith, TI6 1) st s w, tj. M. O. O.
I.. F Hunt. 1810 S st n w, Stli Ami. Office.
L. K. (irldley, TO L t n w, Hat:. Office
John Morrison. 415 it t n w, Peu. Oitee.
Dr. Jos. Jour, sens Paave n w, 8. 0. 0.
John Flan, MB Sttt st a w, A. O. O.
P. II. barer, giirgaon Oerwrafs ()!c.
RdwardSaxton, Mil at a a. Govt. Print
J. C. Drown, till it and 11. 1.aveiDnix
D. .M.DavK, ltis mii st n w, Bu. Esc. and
Oliver Diifour. Cashier's Room, City Post
office. John n. Jones, JSSStth itnw, Signal Oftlce.
Dr. K. U CorWn, geooud Auditor's Otttc
J. M.Andnis, tfrtO Columbia st, O. L O.,
J. F. Paw, 1S1 T st n w tarocer).
r. J. Vounr. I0 gprsce st. Sty. Dlv. Treasy.
W. II. WornerMay, 1746 II st aw, OSes
Rev. Mar., Trea.
Frank Sibley, 70S lMh st n w. Clear Store.
Ily order ot the elective ooamtttee
J. W. HAHSUA. Secretary.
KJjr-TnE WASHINCSTON LOAN AND
Sr TKCST COMPANY.
UtPITAL Jl,tWXW. TBMI-OHAHYOFFICBS,
iret F st u w. prevloos to the ereetlon of
the company' building, eoraersth aad K
tt n w.
MOM BY LOAXKD ON COLLATBIUL AND
ON KSAI. EisTATB. Wall secured, loans,
auaranleeil bytae eomnaay, ioraie. in-
tereat paid ('all on or oorrmpnad with u
W. B. HOBlbON, See. B. 11. WAKMgH.Pres.
Cbarli . Ralley, Oeorae F Sobafer.
Janes I.. Harbour, Thomas Komervllle,
r,ere R. Hanoi, John A. Strepe.
Hk-bard W. Clay, J. 8. bworrortedt.
Horaee S. Vummmw, Hattenley W. Talbott
J. J. Darlington, George Truesdell,
Joha Joy Bdtoo, H. 11. Warner.
Charles J. Faulkner, A A. Wilson,
Albert F. Fox, L. Ii. Wiae.i
O C. Oreea, S. W Woodward.
William M. Ourley, Cbas. Benl. WIlklasoB,
Joba B. Laraer. A. S. WoriMaaum.
KST-WHY NOT HAVE YOUR sniRTS
S-rv made by one of tbe most celebrated
cutter In America r IMoe kanw as tho.a
third rate cutter charge. P. T. HALL, 00S Y
KEtr-LAOIBSl LADIES! LADIBS1
' Mr. UeCafferty tt the oaly bat aad
bonnet frame taaaafaotarer Id the eity. Cull
and see ber sew shape. Bl&achiBK aad
preettae. Straw aad felt bat altered to Ue
Iatet style. Order promptly attended to.
loss u street a. w.
AJtirttMnmU tMMSVr tMi luad,fmrKiu4r
Uh, SSesate jSv xw mrtlmi: SS 4H fw UfH.
"MOW IS THE TIMK. WB WILL PAY
IN ubbtBaoay''for uttt' ara-s)IaM,.eo-oad-aaad
cbuaiae. Adore or call at
JTT&ffi'S OLD fiTAKD. tSn W.B. w.
ilOS BV T LOAN.
MOKEYYO LOSJf 0
OX OtMast SWJt'lUTY
ta a Li. waa.
TO LOisi OK RBAb aaafaTat SUtCCIUri-.
at t axu s vast cstapr
0iY TO UUSt'OH HsUL BSiTATS Oat
IM cat aataituas s lowtstt nttee w
au aataj vw fSCyLi; a""-
aw rta t a w.
i- BILL. KaUL ftrTATB AMD LOAJW.
11..ZU. I. .11... ..ff.kAUo I ISA
and Fire Iauraaua Curoer Sth sod r" u
twin Went aullOJuS
X tboiued ay tneuoiteu aeoi
sunuice and Trass Ooaasaar ot
u dtiuioa isuuuss- oa unoroaej
U .MiiEtuii ud La 75 ner oumt al
kt value, with or wttboat Ute tnaaraaea
Loaaa payable at UMatbly or QBATterly fat
htallaaasta, rnaasM t. U. IS or year, la
Qunr liiiitanoft tba najraaejita are lea than
1 at run v .
s"- TaHSaasssae' awtsPtesa" sar
aivux UmisnasmsBSSBddia AM anlaWAaaal
Tsalselaw'T? a5saltMala"" " StsssBBf
SLJ iAJjl ft tJ
" vJL &&& ft
Mfc TtBBkl t.fjsjjWsr-tiP
AtlTfT'ltemmrr tmiftr "iu htad, fvtTlinot
M, 88 cmtt for tm UittrHtm: 9)etntt for tfrt.
WASTBD-COOR fSRTrTTO lOLORED
wotBnM,Trreni Arrivtoday ws
RAT CROWLRTS. 1W 11th ' n w. h1t
WAWTBO-A WrttTR OIRt FOR BB1S
eral benseworlt fn a small family,
man, wife and boy a years oM; rrerman pre
ferrwto the rltV. party a pleasant hoasg
and jrood watrea assured. Apply at Ifo. i8
Wartbd-rt a ?OOD COtHIRD latjw
dress, washinc and itmjrJdo at
botne; references siren. Apply WW 1 H at.
S ARM ADVBRTtanTO. iRsTTRATfr-m,
Safe. I.tchtnlnr rod- or WW Aarnt, or
perter. of areat Savon- fair, for literary
work. Larjre salary.
nrtn wmnn b nun-
Vvr Aierart a rr.Atl.Y F1IR1STSHR1)
W room In the northeast part of city
wbers there will tm no objeetlo.t to Uarn
lronwateMBC. Aiwress p. r. a-.
Im, sswrta fvt 9f liWr?rffWrii
FKW DBSIRARLR ROOMS,
steam priwer, fond elevator serttee and (Irst
class JnMtorshrn, In the POST BWLOTJfB,
for rent at tow rates to trat-ebtss tenants.
Apply to sntaow RtTTHiwa, Post
RnlMtna', or FRARR MAOTT1RR, Snperln
roit s.M.n iiocsiw.
Attttrti'tmenli anitrr tut Aearf, fmr ' sr
Uh, 88 tmh fir mt nwerflen; 90 ttftuffr thrtt.
-",. KTV & tMUnUM ft ettf.fl 11
J' once! S-story and basement brick honeex
.rooms snd bath: all mod Imp! situated at
No SSSIstnwi price ft, TOt terms ono-t bird
cash, balance J, and years. Apoly
to FRANCIS HtFTY. 1101Fstnw. f efc SB
IrOR SALK-1N ALBXANDRIA. SniHIM
' frame bonse, Jnst flnlsblns; nydrantln
ynnl; lot 16x115; snn? home; price, $"TO. Ap
ply to HOBERT J. THOMAS, Itoom No. 3, SIS
IrOR 8AI.H FRAME HOUSK BOB IN Sfr
! foot alley, bet Stli and totb and G and II
sts s w; 7 rooms; ball on both floors; closets
fronting tho Potomac; 15 per cent Invest
ment; lot 3t I feet front by 9t deep, 49 feet
from Bth st. Apply within. -
IPOH SALP-THREE OF THE cnEAPBAT
' bonsea In Washtnaton, 106, 108 and 110
11th st n c; two-story and basement, brown
stone trimmings; 7 rooms and bath; electrlo
bolls and ;as; price, t&JXO each, S00 oasb
balance to salt or trade for ecxxl lots.
FOIt Itr.NT iiousr.s
AdttrttHmtntt wttrtMt ntatt, fMrUnftvr
Um, 9S erafr fvr ent Iwrrtton. SO tmtt far thru,
lrot HIaven w.Krs 100 00
1413 Mass rtt. 17 r aad stable WO CO
141lKtnw. Urs ivoco
ten ennnave, is ri its oa
llthte,15rs tan 00
lassMstnw, isrs tso no
ircoi6thnnw.ll rs issnn
180911 trnw, lrs Its 00
irS7stnw. 11 r icooo
14(0 thapln st n w, 13 rs loo 00
17tli Pstn w.Krs loooo
Tf!4 Slst 11 W, 14 M ISO 00
a Lafayette nuare. 15 rs
eisEstn w.tsrs ss is
I4erbaptnstn w, IS rs 75 oc
iniJNst.u r tow
131(1 Hhtn w. 10 rs ssoo
asuilllljer Place, Mrs 85 00
Uisiist nw. 11 rs 85 00
Wt N Y are. 10 rs SSOO
ltei Conn are n w. lr so 00
14C4StuujEhtontt,9rs 55 00
IsCSMoucbtoflst.Srs 5ft 00
1S1I llltfcnact,9n SS 50
lOWSJiftt n W. SM so so
SW N Y ave. S rs .. 4) (M
Pst. newrtflJt,7rs 4 Oft
U417tlistn w,7 rs nw
l.wsstn w.Srs 4sc)
silt lttb st n w, te rs Moo
1517 Ost, 7 rs S75S
ISM Wallach st. S r 85 00
lteS7thttnw. alraad dw; asoo
58tthstnw, 5rs 30 oe
11& n y ave. 5 rs eo
1014 aetb st n w, a r ssoo
iws M t u w, 0 rs soto
ISM 4 tt a w.Srs IS 00
naw L st it w, 14 n
ISClSUtHn w.s rs
The above hettset oaa be examined by per
mit from our ofllco only.
THOMAS J. FISIIBH i CO..
18SI F st. n. w.
J70It RENT-TWO HRAND NEW SIX
: room frame bouses, high aad dry loca
tion; near churches arid imWIc sunool In
Unloatown. Inquire of A. UEHHEND.IMU
FOIt Itl'.NT UOOSIS.
ArittrHitmnU unJtr lAli AK, fowrUiHttr
Uh, 36 tystM (r tu iiwrUtm: 50 emlsfrr thrtt,
HANDbOME FURNISHED ROOMS, BN
suite or slaale. at tbe Uuokinuham, 90
lSOi tt n w, overlooklae McPbertoa Square.
IPOH HBKr-TWO FURNISHED ROOMS,
' suitable for gentln. NovMS M st a w.
AilttrlUtuuntt vtfr (Alt kttut, fvtr 4M er
Uh, rrs (or m UutrH: 5S tUftr tArti.
tere, (winter Bad a baadsoase Mlr of
cocker spaniels, broken to pbeasaaU, tur
keys and woodcock; retriever oa laud aad
water, uuitlSs and all breed ot dotf "pedl
gwed. itt C ls Jul
T70II SALB-IT5-SPECIAL STAR. 51-INCH,
X' stleat raebet, I aiekel, at-etutely per
(set eoadltk. Addrew or apply At se.
PROPOSALS FOR Fl'RNIsHING AND
tellinir oraaite Step. Curbia.. eto., at
tslftual oabe Iluiiia. War Derueut,
supply Divl.iou Wahiaton. D C.Iijaei.
IbMI eUd propttoaUt.ia duplioale. subject
to tbe uual t-ondltioa. will be received at
bit o-e uutll U oVIoc-L noo-.THUMSnAY.
Jl NE 14. 1WO. for furaatu aad MUiut;
iuc Wall. i'swlUucK-of.etc., attbeC. S. Sic
ual OMce KulldUK. iorr Tweaty fuurtk
au d -t trtset nurtawe-t. a per ula aad
sjatcilc-tiona t. be -een In thl oee The
Departtn.Bt reset ve tbe riirbt to reject any
ur all b t. and to waltedefest. Proposal
aM be eat-loMd la sealed eavelnBe tu
duteed ou the ouUul. "Prupul fur Fium
Uhln aad eetrfatic rit- Step, Ottr-t att.
Sulldlii. Wall.eU , 'aad a-dret to tae
uudr-a-d M R THORP, 1 hi Supply
lKOFUeAJuT FOR .IPfUB- -Oamce
1 Publk- -uiU aad Gro. War De
partuuBt. Wau-ftou. D 1' . May hi. law. -Sealed
propiw-U. to dopUa ate. will be re
ceived at tai otUr uatil IS u'uluck aooa,
Tt'B-UAV. JL'k'B M. H-V. for tur ! tup
uIc rettuired from time to tiase duriu tee
8-s-l jeer trad lac June , itaVl. a Sulbw
tlaMl.-oriat'tkUuplkt , L'tasa . Sower pot.
I bu S, i'it, ofl Ac . ila 4 tiard ,
1 la 5. agricultural UBiiWiusrut. . t'las
, eluesrkUstbt aud battaas mipl. Uu 7
drain uil Claw K -Ultoaerr Cla- 9, taa
aare. Ciita tS. - aaat-avel; riae 11. ,
da IS, . t'bbw 14, b and iaa. iUa
it. bi. Ckt 1 i).s- 1 la 1". fuel. i'Um
17, lujabar. -t . 'li la, uat- of teew. la
in, pari settee. 1 !au A bntfe. .Vu tw "itt
'it. miUtJ uutii o..yrf uiulc iht ury
uieviri--e- A ejrate psinioaal for e.
.la-, U d- red ,b rnelope UHL Ul be
uukinad ) a to uadkate the t . for which
tbe U -loaed prepoal uu Preterece
IB be -ie- to artk-le 0 doaefc! ataau
laitarr. io-Umt ! iUllty and price tin
..ludiiyr in t e prsoe of t-asdja prudw tia 0
BiaaaArtuMw the dutr lbcw.u) betatT txiuai,
Atteutiou l iuUd to Ait of Gu-gra as
looted Ftbm-ry aa. UM. aad Fbruar ot,
117, vol a, u a. vet. . ic ut.
statutes at Large Tb richt U r-Mrved to
r k.t any d all iipn- a. Kurioa and
lt 1. ianatk'" n be is t iucd at tbi-. j i e
o B. BSKST Coel. V sTIru)
DtPAKnUsTT Of TU I-TCIUOB,
Wa-WajriaB. 'uae .'. . -sealed iw
posaU w tusMhiM aad araeitasaM Iron
Bvpraad sSEumswtwl ag. wir f Ii
iXKtu, u 1-. wui tm rtte'vea at tae 1 iu-n
Sent luillll u'ibc. p m, WUDAY, JURE
. law. ahsui tbey will be i.uei KJ-k
i'tm "f tipo M. m ittc.j.. eti , majr
be oblaiaed Ulu ap Wk ttua it its oSt . e or
tu 1 blf Ctvrk o. tbuUepBrt nr -ereUte
drIjj uia be iulottid JiAHN V
-citnraiL-T's ojnytt . u s. cawttst.
A Itaj A ta - If 1 uoo-U ir Marb aaa
fitaaue Work tur K.jtu v4 BVta aad
fvr Broi-ie Ybmm aad ItmppiMSa tor INfraee
ature win be resJtSed uwSMrwiMSHT-
jits -4i.ittw.at n cj -Ma. at 41
BJ1 -J --a.-w lgl-t Ur AKUU
jsabBlrsBWTasasiF saaa sbb; 4BtsisBma
"OT TP T fX TT T1 Q
Jul.njXJrilj. X O.
Prcttten fkmrf and rreatthiest location
on the R. a O. R, R. A new sabtR vision over
lonl tbe emwhnt eft t of Lanrsl.
First If Lot will he soM at HALF PRTCll
-7,sw to snAW sfinare feet
IS, m, $45, $60, w.
On k TeiRrti til Indteet.
Fjtp-ns rnt down and lots at roelt bottom
lira 1 i' sriii'.irr . tr.
roit SAl.lt AN II IlKNT.
IIBAL B8TATB Rt'LLRTTR
THOMAS B WACOAMAN, SI7 F street,
Chanas made Wedaetdars and Satantayw,
t STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUBM FOR
1ISS SSth rtnv.lh, S rs, and S hotiss-
1811 D st n w, f h, 8 rs !WSSJ
sssstoasMPsin w, fh, 5 rs soss
HIS swh st n w, b K S rs ijm
405 to 411 Ilaar's alley n w,bh, I rs. .. m
1M7 and lass MiHtlson st n w. f h. t rs.
andtbh rear. 4
881 to MS SOI stn w. bh. n 4,
a Nitnv. th.lr.. ami t linmis Men- 4.1
118 lttli st n W. f h. 7 rs 8,fT5
smtJthstnw. bh. Srs raw
eni.ttnw, b h, 7rs SJie
S4SSNstn w, lth.7ni JJP0
votssthstn w. bh, 8 rs VW0,
451 ansl 4SS RWire st M w, f h. 5 rs 8.000
isiisthitnw. fh. 4 S-m
SBSdst n w.bh.Srs .enrj
isis and law Lawreaee st n w. f a. 5 rs. . sjmo
4S4 and 48 o st alley n w, f h. 1 rs l.a
SQstnw.f h,3 rs 1,900
UNIMPROVED PROPBHTT FOR BALE.
Part lot 5. K st. bet ISth and 17th stsn w.St)
I. st, bet 15th and lsthstsnw 8 00
M,bt lSthnml IStli tn w 75
7th st, bet It ami S n w 1 75
1Mb st. bet Rand F sts n w 1
Dttnbarton ave and lleall st. SOtii and 81st
stsn w I 85
Wh tt, bet N aad O sts n w 1SS
O st, bet 1st and l sis n w
7tb st above Orapl ave n w 50
11 and C. Wth and lst st 15
HOUSES FOR RENT.
1714 IStli st n w, 14 rs aseo
1018 Ktn tt n w. 16 rs 59 00
eiuilntn w, 7rs.... W 80
1111) Corcoran t M w, II r M 00
ses 1) st n w. 9 rs is 50
UI6Tst n w,7r JSOO
1105 Nil ave n w.Srs SB 00
kw sad st n w. 9 rs SB 00
1W1 Vt ave n w. 8 rs 47 5S
Jin snd lIIOstne.rs 00
d Hoor. 4M stn t n w, n seen
4 isth sts w.Srs 18 00
1 dilates w, Srs 17 OS
lesKtmw, sr lr no
ess Md ave s w. 1 r 11 es
Alley bet A ami H, 8d aad Ith sta s e,
ISIS N tt n w. 4 rs -.... MOO
4 Pomeroy tt n w. r It m
7 aad II Corcoran stn w, 4 rs MM
88 Jackson st ne, 5 rs 10 JO
In sum to suit at S per east.
The above Is only a portion of the property
on my books. For full list eall at oatee for
bulletin. Issued on the lit and 1Mb.
COUNTRY ItllAI. 1SSTATH.
1710RMALR AIHHT 17 ACHBH ON ID hT
. n e extended, on tbe line ot the Boklnc
ton and boldter' Home HAllwar. Delate a pnrt
ot the estate ot the late Chief J uttloe Chase,
bow called "BdjewiMxl;" a oo.l opportunity
for Investors. For particulars, priee, et..
Inquire of CHAt'lN llHOWN. SI II tt n w.
OVER A MILLION DI8TR1BUTRD.
L.EI. o. L,
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY CO.
Incorporated by tbe Leettlatare for adaoa
tletul usd charitable purpose, and IU f ran
cbise made a part of the preheat State Ooa
ttltutlon, Ut 179, by an otibwhslminu nttu
It ORAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAW
INO8 take ptaee teal aaaaalty (June aad
December!, and IU GRAND NOI.S NlTit
UBR DK.WfNat uke plaee In eacb ot the
other ten month In the year, ana are all
drawn In puMto.at tbe Academy of Music.
"We do hereby certify that we ssperrl
tbe arrasffeiaeat for all tbe Moatkly aad
heml Annual Drawlaa of tbe 1-ouWan Stale
Lottery Co., and la pereon maaaae and ooa
trot tbe drawing themsetve. and that tae
same are ooad sled witb boaesty, fatrae-i
aad la aooa tanu towaru au parties, aau we
authorise the Company to use thl eeniaoate,
witb f-s-iBile of our -sroaiure attached,
ns us aaveroBniBt,
We the BBder-csed Bank aad Baakert
will nay all pri draws la the I.nittjtSMTi
-tale Lattet-K which tear be psimtn at
J. SI. nAl.SISI.EV, Pre. La. Nat. H-ak.
V. I.A.NAUX, fr. Stat Nat. B tk.
A. iialiiw, Pre. X. O. .Vat. H-ak,
OAltl. KOIIN, Pre. Uatua Xat. hk.
URAXD MONTHLY DaUWIXQ wtU UAe
place at the Ac-deny f Mu-W, New Or
h-a. TIM-OUT, JURB17 1-W.
iasS Ticket at Forty B-H-rs: lUlvaa,
JM Prise of ajfaas
aaspri-aaot-taagaa. - WMg
HPrUMol Int. mm
,14 Prta-. iSBQBBttnftQ
-s-nra WA-rt-a svsYwaM.
M. A. DAVUm.
Addcea Kilerea Loiter'. uwHiua.n. . ur
III IriMast s-sW IU.,
m oc-Mui . 1
Sot B bufit t
i as !! I la
sasssa sas w W w 'lai
1 oc au la
-.. w Mawr o
?i?m f 1 -. - s? l .m j
atasa seaasy. asMa aaa bbbsbbbb. taeja
ill fTii-t--aT laU-M QOkWMtaiRA f'Ttlil
'at ta-t uw
, . anup
aa. r, a -fa d j
awsstjrr tnaa patanseni rytsrani pth.ic
MStstR aii Rnsfferll nwRfrrtBiaBJsat situate
BsanifSB sbissspi oesrvasas w astasj ssjt
4TO nbba, fSJiSWO
tory frasw ssjttsjtsltbbwto ret, Sftuat d
on Wiita street, betwsaa Jl a n 0 e
art rrbfa, $,).
8-story brick bosaw, eontalalna 9 room
tnd bath: able ot lot, lSxftb. situate on (J
tm Price, f,onn
8-story and back bnlMras; brie dwellimri
contatnlns 10 inwas. all morlern naprovp
ments; sttnate on comer of Sratb and 0
M Prlea, foon.
9-toTj- brtek ho-as, a ravens and bath;
situate oa I. street, bet-ieew ffartb Capitol
ami first streets nw.
44JR Priee, f3,M0.
9-storj brick bostse, eontatnt-g IS rooms;
all modern Imnroverneats; eitnat No. '.Ul
R street nw.
49B rrlca, flOVWo.
3-story brick bonse, 10 mom; stse of lot ,
9ftxl-y, sttnate No. 1438 X st. nw.
Ml rrlea, (10,000.
B story artd bssenrent; btieX bonse. 7
rooms aast batb; sttnate on tfew Hantpahlrii
avenue, bet, I. ami M sts, nw,
m fries, tVHW.
3-story rVroom brkk bonse: sttnate ort
Clevetaml ave., bet. lMh ami 13t, W atil
4 1'rtees IM").
S-story S-room brlek bonse, on Yalla-b
481 1'rlee, 4,300.
3-story rVrown brick besttei sttnate oa
448 Price, r,10U.
3-tory brick bonse, eotalnlns;ll rootiH
am bath; ami all modern ImproTesnentsJ
sttnate No. l-0 U sL a. w
4B0 l,rk $i,eoo.
Improved property on tbe north side j(
0 at., wide front.
444 I'rtce, f,noo
A large stable properly In a deetrahlc to
cation; now under lease Ut good tenant,
paylne 9 per cent.
817 Price, W.000.
494 Frame dwelllmr, Oraat ava,, Men nt
I'leasanL Price, 7,000.
4t0 Four alley boutes, eoatatninic A
rooms; each rent for $13 per atottta. Price,
480 S-room frame faowe, lot 90(74, on L
st. se. Price, 8,000.
407 tory ami cellar brick bott-, J
rooms ami batb: situate oa ColutnMt
JlelabU. rrica, $10,000.
Ilontet In Alexandria, Vn,
8-story nricK flwelttati, IS rooms, wiilt
ottice annex and lr ttde Ma; attuate on
cor. Duke and st, Aaanb at.; lot x-3.
S-story and back bulldlnK dweltlna. - .m
talnlnKlit room ami bath, hit 70x0 -'-uate
No. Alt Prince at,
4tl Price, HS00
8-ttory and lack bnlldlafC brick bouse,
containing IS rooms; situate on southeast.
cor. Prince and Patrick st.
458 rrica, r3,5O0.
4-story brick dwelllnc boasc, ualll in ttid
most subttaatlal manner, cosUsIbIbs; JO
rooms; site of lot 59x113.
801 Pries, fi,600.
3-tory ami ttack bulldlnt; brick bonH',
contalHliiif 8 room, situate oa Coium'us
st near Prince.
488 Price, ft,i(K).
40S 8-story brick dweinne aonta, ron
talalae; IS rooms and alt rowdern iBtrore
ttsiitti Itrne tWe yard; tttoale an cor.
IVatblncton and Cameron tt., omaMitii
Old Cbrlat Church, Alexandria, Va. Tfcid
t tbe bt titttatiaa la Alexandria. Prl.-e,
18,000. Trt-Oite-trd c, b-)ann
one and two year.
House at Fall Uhnrett, Vh.
A new cottage, situate only mlnuie
walk from Pall Church ttaUews, W. A O.
K. K., Va., eoBUlanaRti room, batb, pan
try, and trunk room; die -of b)t, HOxlVJ
feet. Trice, $3,100. Terms aay.
ALSO A new cottage, tttuate oaly 5
miautet' walk from Fan Cburek statioc.
W. A O. K. K., Va., oentalBla(, parlor,
UatBj-roo, kttckvM, 4 bed-rooms, baib,
tervaaU' room and attic. Price, W,VX.
-t-uut lirouuil Aorllirusl uud KoHlb
All of square lblM-..... -.-......-...... iV
5 H M
I U M
4 M H
8 " w
J U 4
f ttttMtSSSSt i Jt-5
aaaasa Maeaajia A.
WMMSsil seeiMMa a )5t-C
aajs .-- irtiriaiiaarfla-T
- aa --aaaas- "-"IV
Rfitl Kstats Broker,
JW79 sweeea"BBeeM" -e-
WHPaoaeaaeaaf se-e it",
RWPse . 3K.
jsBPtstiiM aeja t i-'t
Vktsana bSaU ikal s0BsssBaV-aawsmm
sktuie tbs afpSt get ti bB jw
lppdt''--a--S.,SsAltjd-fa Bjk -
for -a aa a sonar w a s
xml | txt