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THE DAILY CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, J UN)' 10, 180(.
AT THE GAPITOL (.niSTGROUHD OUT BY TUB LEG 1SLVTITBMIU TO-DAY. THE W18H1HGT0N STY KBTWPltt SITE Report of the CwftritrW Crnnmilloe Agreed to toy the Hen, t)ISCUSS!KG THE TARIFF IN COMMITTEE. D ssjrreemerit on lit Reek Greek Part Bill Senate Proceedings Other Matters. In the Senate to day the limits Stiver Mil was rcfertttl to the OmnrMlttee on Finance. Tho following Wtls were fmam: House bill for the relief of Humboldt Brothers, (directing the redemption of $5,000, ten forty bonds,tolen from them In 1873) Senate bill granting to the Chicago, Kansas and Nebraska Hallway company power to sell and convey to turJ Chicago, Hock Island and Pacific Hallway Company all the railway prop erty rights and franchises of tho Chi cago, Kansas and Nebraska Hallway Company In the Territory of Oklahoma and In tho Indian Territory. Tho Benato Silver bill was thon taken tip and unanimous consent was given that after 3 o'clock on Friday next de bate shall be limited to flvo minutes by any Senator on any question. In the Home. Tho Houso today passed Senate bill amending the internal revenue laws so as to authorize the Commissioner of In ternal Hovcnuo to formulato rulos and regulations by which bcor may bo car ried direct from tho vats to tho bottling department without passing through tho Intermediate process of being drawn into kegs. Senate bill was passed changing tho present system of drawback or ex ported bcor and fermented liquors nnd permitting their exportation in bond, in the samo manner as distilled spirits nre now handled. The conference report on the bill ap propriating $7.1.000 for tho relief of A. II. Emery was rejected, 83 to 03. An other conference was ordered. Content Tor Sereant-nt-Arms, General IJally, Quay's candidate for Sergeant at-Arms of tho Senate, claims twenty votes In to-night's caucus, Tho other cnndl Jntcs name no figure"), but scent contldcnt. lllscuislnc the Turin lllll. The Hcpubllcan members of tho Son ato Commlttco on Finance at their meeting this morning went through the wool and slU schedules ot the Tariff bill and took up tho sun dries schedule. Nooo of tho sched ules have been turned over to the Democratic members yot. It is raid this is duo to tho fact that nono of the schcdulos lmvo received tlnal action from tho Hepublloans. Tho Repub licans lmvo not determined whethor they will make nn elaborate report on the Mil or not. The Itallrond lllll. The Atkinson bill, concerning the Baltimore and Potomac Hatlroad, failed to strugglo through tho Houso yester day. Tho opponents of the mossuru talked the llrao away, and tho matter goes over to next District day, Monday, tho 23d inst. The Itock Creek l'ark. The conference report on the Colum bus (Hock Creek) park bill was pre sented to tho House to-day. The Sen ato amendment was disagreed to and a conference ordored. A l O. tor the CI. V, O. Mr. O'Neill of Pennsylvania said to-day that the Library Committee of the House, of which he is chairman, bad agreed to recommend $3,000 to es tablish a postofllce at the Government Printing Office. To I'rohlhlt Liquor Selling;. Mr. Mono of Massachusetts to-day introduced in tbo House a bill pro hibiting the sale of intoxioatlng liquors upon all grounds on which are located exhibition and exposition buildings, for which appropriations are made by the Government. The same bill was Intro duced in the SeBate "by request" by Mr. Illalr. Katra Clerk Nee lU. The Secretary of the Tr. asury to day sent to the Senate an estimate of the Secretary of the Interior of an addi tional appropriation of fSO.OSO seeded for the employment of fifty extra clerks In the General Land Olrica. Clean Car Tioket. Mr. AtklBsoa to-day introduced a bill providing that street railway eo panles shall only sell sew tickets ia their packages. bitter . Tartar. The Republican State Coaveettea of Nevada yesterday adopted a recolatiaa asking tbe Keveda Saa-tata to bang up the Tariff bill until the silver ii-Mii was disposed of. It was hendty natm sary. as silver will a? to a vote ia lata heaate ia a few days. ataaont eefieiaty t week. The Cuilvuu lllll Approved. Tiie 1'reeitksvl to-day awuroved te ( uttoui Aicaiftietntive kill. THE RAVM INVESTKUTIQK. TDK HEaOLVTiakT 84.1 al MONK inw'i tut, fAHuimuwau Kotalag kae tt ar yat ffoeaUte resulutioa hiel ia tiie Ileus by Mr Cooper of TmHnnn to bureeXyHe the cMMiuot of t Ptwsaoa 0tee serf CowwissfaKefr Wsa-t It want to the Couu-iuee o Buses tad Usee it hs -lace stuMbwrad. These ia tmkltm ia the isduads o tms tatt i wmi Is destiaed kee kike -ato the el Itaytea TlkW. Ia the atea-iiase General Kauai has Licit lutervUatd, sad deales that aay luvoriiUm has sbowaHkay claiat am at. or that he owes say atvsr-ey $25.Ut, or any other auwMtsL He ha. am. aewever, AtmkA that Caa uta Lease has eadurattd his nates to the saumat ot .tMO. Of comae tois tra-aaotlo auey have occurred asfot Uta-tel ta-cwae FeaakwCiMe iUiur, aad way have flows out ot Imiiiisfi trs4nn tsjt taw vad to -, ether a a a aWe. era a private entl ta. Asaia. firaeral ktMtsa skat tha ssssassssp e ss-s e---F Bersse ssssma ssaaaajnni ayeaa JBttfjt -! tlM Matasffa&sME W-ftBeWi 0- siei aS?fiBJtete Si r Ji lor wmWlhiSmmS m had seed say el the stock of the eeav parjy to emproyee of the PenMon Office. No doubt be tells the truth, tmt the feet remafns thftt sowretwrfy htw eW thestwk to pefttlwh elerlrs. Amif thew it is elfrtitW that Bradley Tanner, Commfsikmer IUmn'8 prf rte errary, h am, d thl he hs been prontoted sfrne the pnr theee of the stock. That he was rm moted tm hfs meriM Is not qnesthmed, bnt ctitloirt ami partisan tonnes will say that It Is not likely that the feet that Tapirer wa-i a stockholder IB the refflfmnlng ec-mrwny was either tie knflwh to or unbecdaf by the president thereof, who happened atao to be the stockholder's official superior. The latest report abrmt this refrlgerat ing company is that the managers thereof arc endeavoring to sell It to the Chinese government tbron;h the lejra lion here. Count Mltklewirs' conld give them some valuable pointers as to the best ami quickest methods of catch Ins; on with the Celestials. Another rumor baa Invaded the cor rldera of the Capitol Is that General Bsnm Is In some way either as stock holder or attorney interested in a smokeless powder company, of which Captain Lemon Is the chief repreeenta llve here, and why he should not be does not appear, but certain newspaper people, and the ftlends of ex Commis sioner Tanner, are loud in the assertion that it Is Interesting, If not suggestive, In the way in which these two appear to be connected together In certain en terprises, which these scandalmongers continue to assert are dependent upon sale to the Government, or of the stock thereof to Government employes. THE CITY POSTOFFICK. Tins toNFBnBNCB nuroivr aokbku to nr tub housb to dav. Mr. Mllllken to-day brought in the conference report on the bill to pur chase a site lor the City Postolllce and providing for the orectlon of a suitable building thereon. The bill was briefly discussed, and was then agreed to and sent to the Senate. Tho bill locates tho Postofllce in the square adopted by tho Scnatctho ono fronting Pennsylvahia avenuo nnd ly ing between Eleventh, Twelfth nnd C streets. It appropriates $800,000 for the building, nnd provides for the con demnation of tho land wheto tho own ers fall or refuse to namo n reasonable price Mr. Mllllken thinks that nothing will be gained by property-owners In hold Ing out and compelling condemnatory proceedings. He cites tho result In tho cose of tho block whorcon the new Li brary is located In proof. Somo of tho real ostato holders thoro say that they got loss by condemnation than they could havo got by a written proffer. AGAINST ALIEN OWNEHSHIP. A IIIM. TO I-ItnVKNT KOItniOXBUS FIIOM HOLDING LAND IN THIS COUNTUV. - Representative Oates, from the Com mittee on tho Judiciary, yesterday re ported to the House the bill to prohibit nllens from acquiring title to or owning lands within the Unlled Slates. The bill declares all foreign-born persons who have not been naturalixed Incapable of taking tho title to lands anywhoru in tho United States, oxcept a lease held for not exceeding live years, and It has no retroactive, but a prospective, opera tion. It also contains a provision which will compel alien landowners to cease to be such or to becomo citizens of the United States within ten years. The report justifies tho right of the Government, which totally excludes certain aliens, to define what privileges aliens who nro permitted toontor the country may enjoy. It calls attention to tho ownership of 21,000,000 acros by Engllth noblemen. It has a word to say about the Scully ostato of 00,000 acres in Illinois and of tho Schuler os tato of Plttsbnrsr, tho ownors of both of which II vo in England. Tho report concludes with tho patriotic assertion that "every landowner in this country should owe allegiance to the United Diaies." .iii ii- Fur lletter Stall Facllltle, Postmasters Corse of Boston, Ross of the District of Columbia, Van Colt of New York, Harlow of St. Louis and Nott of New Orleans have been ap pointed by Postmaster-General Wana maker a commission to receive and consider designs for letterboxes to be placed upon dwellings with a view to increasing the efficiency of the free delivery system. Designs for boxes will be received until October 1, when the commission will meet to make their selection, which will be officially adopted by the Postmaster General and recommended to the public for general use. The box will be simple ia con struction, low priced and capable of adjustment to the interior and exterior of doors without injuring them. K-lueated UeeW, The National Association of Teachers of Dancing met at bbeldoa's Academy tbU moraine, The session was mainly taken up with hearing reports aad apidicatloH for membership. To sight. Professor Sheldon will tender the dele- fallen a reception, at which, some of Is pupils will execute fancy daaces. Two sessioas will be held to-morrow. The officers are. Preeideat, E. Wood worth Masters. Boston, Mass.; vice presideat, Jules E. Hey wood, CleveUad. Ohio; secretary, E. L. Huat, New York City, treasurer, J. W. Baagert. liahiMtorti, Md. A Wathloct-jalau Wedded. Nkwhmw, R. I., Jua-s 10. The first society weddiaj: af the seasea occurred to-day. It was very quiet, hut very ale gaat ia its apaolaisnaats. The partis were Mr. Richard Walkwskof Waahlag toa aad Maud Aaaa. dauttktor of Saav ael T. Borger of New York. About 175 eueats parieok of the waddiag toeaEiast; The couple will sail frosa New York to-atorrow for Europe. A. Seullluc Kaee Arranged, BoaxoK. Juae 10. There is likely to be a three eoraared absgla-seaJl raee betwaea HaaJaa, Taasaar aad ""nitr oa Juae 36 at the I'oiat af Piaas. Maaajter Thayar U the Piae has aa aouaoed his allliagaaas to put up a purse of $l.tt for Use Uuas oawassa to coatrsi for oa that date, tiss dsstaaoe to he three allies The Cfcjuui TwmMw HnJa.1 GeaersI ScboaWU, who is aUf Secretary of War, has received ialor ssa tioa frosa Geaarsl Kuger to taw affect that the troubla oa tao ttoaehad betveaa the settlers aad Use Cbayeaaa Indians appears w have eadad- Tfca ladiaas bare agreed to ureadr the priaoaers deakaaded by the autborirtes P fff jbjfy tlaW sWs0AaViNaMaVaMaWk The laterut Vnmusmm Coasaua atoa to day beastj dae eoaapaabst of tba Kjr Yotb Boaasef Ttada agataat aba Peaaalasda BxJIwad Cocapaay. Wa WWa'W by vPajrsa Haw ap( PP UfjABijri MMMsUlsat mmebmJik ai aFara P'pia aFevwevappiMiv sP e. Tb toa Ifaitase acataad at sba W" bHBrWeWSr w F flUi hn.uk Us LbUff- f & boeaag. THEIR ANNDAL EXCURSION. Mlnneeta Billters and rertlTiera :few In the Cltr. EfgrJt tin Of tt JfttWioa edftrrTS, sccorntHtBrtnl by tlrelr ladle and com prtolBfJ' party of 13W, arrived In the city on a special train over the B. A O. last nfglrt attmt .1 o'clock and at once prtxremd to Ike hesrlquartcfs seleeted for them at the SbWtt Hone. tSey were met at tM cWfjrH by a number of the Washington fWlMents of this thrlv ing 'Western State, Including liepre wntalive Liml, C. II McKenney, en rolling clerk, ami George P. Potter, Dootkwper of the Houee. They were ettewded a cordial recep tion In the parlors of the EbMtt last evening. Manr of the Minnesota resl dents or the city were there, and all of the Senators and Representatives. Neatlv all of the renresentatte italtv and weekly papers In the State are represented, ami among these eighty five editors can lie rHefied out not only the brightest journalists, but also some of the most substantial cltlaens ami active politicians. Maor Newson, one of the old-timers, who started the St. Paul TYeses in 188-1, was continually surrounded by a circle of friends last evening as he related anecdotes of the struerje of the pioneer newspapermen. President Hunt talked Itepnbllcan polities in one corner, while Joseph Leicket, the editor and pub lisher of the leading German paper of the Northwest, entertained his friends in another. Joel P. Heatholo of the Northford iVfM ami secretary of the State He publlcan Committee, button-holed the Senators and Congressmen and whisp ered words of encouragement In their ears. Take It as a whole, it is a jolly party. They will remain here until Friday evening and n special pro crammo has been arranged for oach day. This morning they called on the President and Cabinet officers, and In the afternoon vlslttd the various De partments. AFTER THE ROAD AGESTS. Vigilante and Snlillern running Them A r.ynrhlriR rrolmlile. Hismaiick, N. V., June 10. The four masked highwaymen who hold up the Northern Pacific passenger train Sun day morning will doubtless soon be cap tured by soldiers or vigilantes. Yester day nftcrnoon a strong detachment of cavalry was dispatched from oach of the three nearest military stations Stand Ins Hock, Abrahnm Lincoln, and Yates to ovortako the civilians In ordor to prcventtho Wholesale Iynchlng.whlch will bo the result if the robbers are first discovered by tho frontlorsmon. Last night a report reached town that tho searchers woro within three hours' rlilo of tho robbers. They arc headed for Dickinson townrd tho Had Lands, and should they got Into that country there will bo much trouble and danger In cap turlng them. " ii ii DR. BEALL'S DEFENSE. Atttmiitliij; to l'rnve nn Alibi In Die Orare-ICohulnE Caae. The prrsccutlon concluded their side ofthocasoin the Dr. Ileall grave-robbing trial yesterday afternoon. The dofendant endeavored to set up an alibi, nnd the first witness Introduce.!, It. J. Enlng, testified that on the night of December 20. the night on which tho crime was allogcd to hnve been com mitted, Dr. Ileall, who lived with him, was not out of the house. Two other witnesses saw bhn about tho houso on the same evening. Dr. Ueall occupied most of the time today In attempting to establish his nlibl. Testimony was given by James Crocglns and J. Y. Potts, reportors, re garding the publications In their papers. The caso will be given to the Jury late this aftornoon. llldi for New U'ar Nhlpn. Bids wore opened at tho Navy De partment this morning for the building of tbo three new cruisers. The Union Iron Works of 8anFrancIsco bid f'J.lOO,. 000. According to Government plans and $8,000,000 for their own. For cruiser No. 2 Cramp & Son of Phila delphia bid $3,150,000 and $2,035,000 respectively. The Itlsoton Iron Works of San Francisco bid $8,-150.000. Only one bid, that of the Union Iron Works of Sau Francisco was made for cruiser No. 0, at $1,790,000. For tho practice vessel, F. W.Wheeler & Co. of Wost Hay City, Mich., bid $245,000, and S. I Moore, Son it Co. of Elizabeth, N. J., fiW.OOO. I'etled with a llod. Yesterday afternoon two colored hod canlers, Henry Halllns and Mason Williams, became Involved In a quarrel where they were working, corner of Fifth and O streets. Halllns hit Williams on the head with his hod, and, leaving him unconscious oa the ground, ran away. The injured man wss taken to the Freedman's Hospital aad is considered to be in a critical condition. 'Fined for Illegal Liquor tjelllog, Jarces Gallsgan, who keeps a salooa at the corner of Seventh street and Whitney avenue, had to pay a fine of $5 this morning for sailing liquor to old soldiers, inmates of the Soldiers' Home. Gallagaa's attoraey noted aa appeal. Michael Littoa, who keeps a place pa the opposite corner, was charged w ith tba saate offease, but he was sick and unable to appear lit court aad the ease was continued. JlettetliB llleek Uu Not ltMlgueil. Detective Btoek is osT oa a tea days' leave af absence, aad be -'irnfiri that be has resigned or bee requested to da so. Charges have, however, beau psafarrad agaiaat bias grawtaut out of the old Moarae I-owaaitoia alair. Tbepoiaty writeM aa aka vary aaxiotM to sae bis head fall ia the basket, as be has bean maltiag It uacoaatortaate for ibeat of late. Can. ZaHMkl Urdered to WaMacta Captaia Cdtauad aattaski. U. S. A., has beau ordered to duty at Waskiaa toa, D. C, to reauaia the work ia wtdJb be was eagaged psavsaua to his depart ure for Europe. Ue will also prepare hJe repasts aad snake dbHaisatioa of tba wtTMrnshr gathered by bter while ia Keaid Heir OhW. wai., Jus W- air. Cowbss' delator sseatawd to bar to-day. tier bttsjssasys eoadsaioa is aoi iev mxNred. aad the wiaiad uiav nsaidt Ww P ae eaw raaan flpavaRT aaeiBaeaa faUMy i 4isbu raa. Tas so&STnhru uf oae Tiruwsri , cruitfuia be tae the aeMMiy beg of the :Ublux tSm W aj vua auist aut pubbab tea sarisias uaVdattaa aVaaarupt Clotaia aat? ii bereath straet aortbaeat II jou 4. we iihataa uur pauuaaj(a iaJs is una step take by war Ub prkai cossuer.avfs, ao aw K--ig aHd ever their Iom of Mad. We are nadeseelhaa Uaeni and tshiaa taatr tarfbuwa. taereawe tae stsae Z awMt iu.4r. au nt us hase to sell Ua utaufc Hi aaa ohatiiiia', sad aill k m -uprMasi wmawiswii. it tttj ga'saeidi Tlfirsjnaail to.be pertaet ia mm asssast, aad Jt aaWar h A artajaKKAAA ItbAabtat afaflsl attsaaAaVcV jea hT w pBaaaBBBBjaaBBj bbjbbbi at eaaaaBi aaaBBBBBBBBBBji; HaWlMI aanVHalBV aVaaMLf JaatMHsf aV AfaaMaMaaat Sto taa7aasrsaatBSuxJt "aZ Si aaaeatb street aertbaest rimm the nusT. ii!Mk Cnpttat rer tha Kreette ar Two Stent Distilleries. Kahsas Citt, Mo , Jnne 10. J. 1). Her, the hfewer, who rettimeti ttom Chrdrgo yestenlay, says there will a wttrm tight between the drstllrertes tft the Distillers and Cattle-Peederg Trwtt strtl those not in accortl with It. With plenty of capital and plane partly par fecttd, the anti-tratt men iy they wnl soon be In position to cope wtUt the output of the trust, both as to qnantlty and price. To attain this end they are ratelng capital for the erection of two great distilleries, which will hate alurast as great a capacity as the combined dis tilleries of the trnet. It is proposed to erect two distilleries at a cost of about $"8,000,000 each, with a joint capacity of an.Otra bushels of grain dally. The location of the distilleries has not yet been agreed upon. A B10 FIRE IN BROOKLYlf. A Theatre lliirned at nn llnrlj Itour This Morning, Nrw Yonit, Jnne 10. Hyde A ltebmen's Theatre, on Adartn street, between Myrtle avenue and Fulton street, Brooklyn, was gutted by fire at at 11:48 o'clock this morning. The Are spread rapidly, and an hour later the Arbuckle building ami the Jamaica Savings Hank buildings, on Fulton street, In the rear or the theatre, were on fire. The flremon eeem unable to check the progress of tho flames. The only persons In the theatre build ing were the janitor and Ids family, who escaped uninjured. The cause of the fire Is not known. The fire was subsequently got under control and confined to the Atbuckle nnd Germsnla buildings and Hyde and Uchman's Theatre. The loss will prob ably exceed $200,000. The Park Theatre, adjoining the Arbuckle build ing, was somewhat damaged. INDICTMENT OF A CATHOLIC PRIEST. Interesting l'olut nr l.mr Concerning l'nruchlal Schools Involved. Toledo, Onto, Juno 10. It was re ported hero last night that Hcv. Dr. Qulglcy, tho prominent Catholic pastor of St. Francis do Pales Church, In chnrgo of tho largest parochial schools In the Slate, hud been indicted by tho grand jury for refusing to comply with the provisions of tho Htnto law relating to school children. Complaint had been made against him for refusing to make returns of the number of children In his schools, In order that truant children might be discovered. Lawyers say nn Interesting constitutional point Is In volved In Hip indictment. In caso parochial schools enmoundor the truant law they can demand a division of the school funiL TYrOS IN CONVENTION. The Intermitlnnnl t'nlon Ntrongly In dorses tho Convrlght lllll. A dispatch from Atlanta, Ga., says The thirty-eighth annual session of the International Typographical Union was called to order by President E.T. Plank yesterday morning. Nearly 150 dele gates wero present, representing almost every State In the Union and Canada. Two ladles aro among the delegates Miss Taylor of Cincinnati and Miss SDaltroff of Hocheeter. Tho morning session was occupied with the work of organization and the appointment of committees. Tho after noon session was devoted to routine business, although an Important reso lution was adopted Indorsing the Chace llrccklnrldgu International Copyright bill, and directing that the resolutions bo transmitted to Congress. The reso lutions urge, In strong terms, the pas sage of tho bill as originally Intro duced, including tho type setting and non-importation clauses. This action was unanimous. After adjournment the delegates were driven around the city. They will be given a barbecue on Wednesday at btone Mountain, and the election of ofllcers will take place the following dav. Thursday night the delegates will be tendered a banquet. IVon-rolltlcal Temperance Ladles. New Yohk, June 10. About fifty temperance women, who do not approve political methods In temperance work, formed an organiiation yesterday at the Allen House on Broadway. Mrs. James Fall man, wife of a prominent Republi can, was elected president; Mrs. K. M. Van Hrunt. Mrs. Weed and Mrs. Evans, vice-presidents, Miss Falrman, secre tary; Mies G. II, Holden, treasurer; Mrs. K. J. Phlnney of Cleveland and Miss C. C. Alford of Brooklyn were tba leading speakers. The ladles generally favor woman suffrage, but do not sup port the prohibition conetitutloaal amendment and do not advocate prohi bition In any way. ' Hay nidge. V.Uu)Uhi8 favorite and popular report or a dsj'e vacation, wilt open for the fatoa Saturday, June It. SenaUule ot Ualas sawe as last year, exeept the Sunday BMM&Jne; train win leave Washington at UJB a. hi. instead ot :M. Children Accidentally Pelsuaed. Columbia, S. C, Juae 10. Some tiuie ago farmer J. S. Reaves of Marion put poisoned cake about his barn to kill rais. A few days ago his two little sous, aged 5 aad 8, while playing la the hay loft, found aad ate souse of the cake. They were taken violently ill, aad oae of tbeas has since died. It is feared the ether little fellow caaaot recover. Adviee la areraers. Msa. ttlcelow's """Tt yrup should iys be used tar rhsMtrea taefbiaa it lanthta toa child, saltans the nsas. allays UlaaiB, eums wind eoste, aad K U the best rseiear aar ii wars i aac a Uafatt turfing. lain,; itods, blectrk Work J H 1'JrSKeOI.AL. asaBfjaTatbafleSBBBaBf aMsSafsM' enfant JSkSBSBnaf- .fafJSjfJ Jtflf tf aslsssL. 9Ls1isStBfft mW SasBsf aMWataittBU ftal sSaaBst aW 2naSKsts. rea "saasaasaw jsnw saaaa sBBBBBavBBBBBBBspa erw sjsaBBBsa aajaj aBaasssaaj -LS.Wnyauiflur saatt trrfahtai saa- at m VS. CM st. a. w. JVt-A- SKfcoJpL, Ilia F atrasiL. Jtaniliar af Vt'inhlwatusi Mssak iiatiiiif, ah iniii SSeSSSBBBBBBBe aSjB)B SBBIBBBBB1 fgf BOOKS BOUGHT. est aar Uti atwk CO OtMM OC tassatae Cvfc (MtUueiw others tertsa vw ssse ii faWMSK. fcejaaa Ul TWIas vm . ui acnueH ana nnaeeal SMS MawF5' "W; iui iin Catarrh IS ft 'od rllseas Vntil the poUon Is el ' Hod from 'if syMem, there can he nn mm for i Is lfnhone and eHnp rns malady. I" 'refore, the only titei i o treatment Is a borough oonr Of Ajor's Snrsttpnrlll - the brn of nil bio i purifiers. The soorret yon begin thr i tter ; delay is datkgerons. 'inn rronbhrt with catarrh for orer twnrars. 1 tried TaftWW remedies, nmi treated hr a nntnher of physl clnn hnt reeetren no hfweflt nntll 1 bepnn to take Ayets SarMfwrllra. A few t" tttes of this medtdn enred me of thw tronhlesnnw eotnphsmt and com- leti restored my health." Jesee M. (cpRH. Holman's .fllls, If. C. " xrhen Arer's Sertaparllla was rer. ommrn.tod to me for catarrh, I was in clined to donht Its enVaey. Having trhxl o many remedies, wKh little ben etlt, I had no faith that anything would cure me I became emaelateM from loss ot appetite and Impaired digestion. I had nearly lost the sense ot smell, ami my system was badly deranged. I was abont discouraged, when a friend urged me to try Ayer's Sarapnri"- and re ferred me to persona whom It had enred of catarrh. After taking halt a doten bottles of this medicine, I am convinced that the only snre way of treating this otwtlnatn disease Is throneh the blood." -Charles K. Maloney, 113 litter st , Lowell, Mass. Ayer's Sarsaparilla, rnrpAnsn nr Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mats, 1'rice $1 1 sli bettlef , tl. Wetth t a betU. BITOIAI- XOTIUI1. Jf'IlBMltlETTA TAHB VOX AND WM. -' Tarewcll Far, retltlonets In ennlty, cause No. 101, Snnrcmo INrort, Dhtrletof Colnmbla. ask that their names rescectlrely may bo change.! to Henrietta l"eOnrr and John Olllls Carr. by wtiteh narae alone they lmvo been known for tbo list twelve ra. and now gtvo notico or such aijllotwn In aeeordanee with law. Ja,.1wd B2"TmnD roOPKHATIVK ntUt,T)INO - Asolatlon. Fifth series; Drst nay ment first Mondav In Jnno. Sliorei, fs eaeli, Srcrcent Interest, Snbserlptlons enn be mode nnd constitutions obtained at the fol lowing named pi nee r orFICBOF THE ASSOCIATION. aeetthst. s. w. A. nr.rtJF. rrost., whi st, . w. W. T. WAI.KKIt, V.-rrest, 1411 Q st. n.W A AltrilKIt, 41 and I sis. s. w. It. A. WAI.KKIt. Till nnd Qsti. n. W. I)n. It. II. OUNNKI.U OSJ ln. avo. n. w. O.T THOMPSON, Fee , Cent. Nat. Mr, DM'. .t. T. run Y. Trcas.. District Ualldlnc WMI. litm.Klt. tOJ o st n.w. .1. ii. .roiiN80N.3ci:thst s. w. J. N, DIltCKIinAI). 10th and La. avo. n. w. mayl, 1m 2g-Dll. W1HTK, ClimofODIST, 1116 Tenns. avo., opposite Wlllsnl's nntol. Thousands from far ami near vllt Hr. White for relief from and avoidance of corns, Imn tons, dlscascl nails and all other foot troubles. Hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p ra. Sun dan, Stole. Established IBSI. Fee,$t. jggpTUNLAW HEI011T8. Tunlaw llclrhts presents moro desirable features for actual residence thon any sub division In the District of Columbia. The Improvements, now In pruuress. will Inelnilo all I lie convenience of city life tins. Water, fcnuraire, Bleotrlc Carserlce and 1'avements. The sltuHtmn isnnrlralet In natural beaiitv and corantandstnallillreetlonsunlnterrnpteil views of the City of Washington, Maryland and Virginia. A.r iiniiTUM. i,. C.J.11BI.L, 1119 a st. n. w. Lots forsileli' slv FITCH, FOX A I1HOWN. 17P. avo. noLDonououtiii hhos. .t co., lSOJl'a.avH. EMMONS DltOWN. mySJ ,1m Atlantic UulldlBg. a-ar-iiociiDALK caoi SOCIETVOPTIIE nibT. OF COL. Members of this society are Informed tliat the new Trad o Cards (and Lltts), Improved and extended, aro now ready for Is-iae. Members "Mil return the old (creee) card, with their address written across the faee, to any ot those named below and obtain the new on payment of the proper fee. There being over 4,CtX members who should obtain the new card before April SOtb Instant promptness is advisable. Tt old caniUof e Ui.iJU oJtir ArU 30. J.W. HAItsnA. Secretary. Pfift n st. Cash Itoom, Treasury Dept, and at'WlSthst, at noon and at -io'eloelcn. ra. A.T. Lonrloy.prest.FO'lA t n e, Agr'l Dept. hmltb Thompson. V. 1'.. IMS Fnw.A.O. O.. War Dept, L. Vanderboef, 991 French it. Duress of Stathittea. K. C. Fawcett, 80S Mats are ne.tlh Aud. OOtee. J. K. McCabo, Sd st n e. P O. Dept. II. W. Btolth. ?1S H st a w. U. M. O. O. I.. F. Hunt. 1810 Sitaw, Stb And. oajee. L. E. Urldley. T0 L t b w, He. OfJk-e Treaserv. John Morrison. 41S It st aw, Fen. OSJee. Dr.Jos Jooy, ltll'aaven w.8. 0. 0. John Flap. MS rsdstn w.A. O O V. U. barer. Eurgeoa General's Ostee. Edward SftitoB,lN6 list n e, Uovt. Frist Iiik Oatee. J C. Drown, Ttb t sad K.I. are (Drug Store). t). M . Davis, ISIS lattt st a w, Da. E. and rriBtluc. Oliver Dolour, Cashier's Ikwra, City Post-OfJil-e. John n. Jonas, Us Mb st n w, Stcaal OSsee. Dr. K. L. Corbln. Seeotul Auditor's Oaice. J. M. Andrus, ISM Columbia st, U. L. O., Int. Dent. J.F l-are. 1SW F U n w (Oroeerl. F. J. Yoase, we Epraeest, Sty. Dtv Trftwy. W.'ll. WoBversley, 1TM II st nw, OSsee Dev Mar,Treas rrank fsibley. T06 t&th st a w, Cunr Store. Uy order of the eieetlre eeueaiMea J. W. HABSHA. SeereUry. KJTUE WASHINGTON LOAN AND 5' THUOT COMPANY. CAPITAL $100.0u). TEMFORARyOFFtCaU Met F st n w, previous to (be ereetloB ut the eotapaay's bulldlaa. osraer Mb and F sts a w. MOJ.BY LOANED ON COLUTBRAL AND ON HEAL ESTATE. Well secured toax, imaraateed by the uoaspaay, for sale, lu- Iwwt paid Call oa or nurses pond with us W. B. UOBlloN, See. P. It. WAHN MK, Pres. DiKBCFOHS. Cberie B. Bailey, George P Scaater, Jaasee L. harhuar, Taosaae SsoaaervlUe, Oescae B. BaHol, John A. Swot, nebard wTttey, J S SworsMiadt. once H. CuEusklss, Hatterelay W. Tulbutt J. J. DarluuSoB, George TraesdelL Joaa Joy KLaa. B. HTWanwr, i barte J iaalLaer, A A-Wueoa, Albert P. Fox. L. D. Wtne.. f (' Greaa. S W Woadward. lUleui iTBurWr, Caw BeaT WUUaaoa, Joan a. Lamer. A. S. WortbiaaioB. Jfe7 Krtr"HY VOT HAVE YOi'K Sitlam avo? aude by one of the saeet celebrated eutteri In AsaerisJ! Price saaw as thurt third rate uuuere charge. P. T-HALL. 9tt F kts w. taashnr ati hueetstl (stykw. MttMiY TU LAX. OaiaTY TO LOAit 0 UisOOeECCIsiTY. TWU CO.. tW U aia. M M1 JT. TO LOAM Oat KaUL aaWAW aaVWTY. AT AMI yajt (MHT. M aVlffM A I UfSY fO LOAW ttjf UU bWYATtl O il 1 ari ebvss secarhiae at tosrest rates of fntereat Ko aalai wham seoarktr b (oud. UyllbTw. St' BILL. WUl BaTATI AKB LOASW . Jarcalas In aliiuuts of the Jlty. Lite and Fire UMuanve Corner Stb sad F sts t.is utou auiniinjc. LOAJU-Wl r uu. uiufjia is&dTraai awpoawaar of FhHsdelatili wy oa maottjd pnasartr la u rs per oeo. of aetual saar- ur without fie tasuraaea voaey Buufuy os- uanarcr ns , ia. uur wieai. u V TatHALUOlR I inutael hi i AsaaiN , e ?wft panswBwa. rmuuiia- saaay ajauaaas sae I BlllTlB. aaaaBaBaBaaanaasasseBs feiS WSaU WANTF.D- ItBLr. Advrtffmtntt nrr wis , font Oim er era, SB ssnrr f&t eWe InsvrfasM,' 99 ssus f&t wrss. TAJItltT COOK (8wTTl.ini '"L11IBD V wotaanprefeTTefl) Apply tods JtlSS SATS CKVJW 1,BT". in mn i n w j-i it WArttaTJ-A WBTTB GIRL FOR atj ersl honeesrork in a staall family, man, wife and boy S years oM; wstwan pre ferred; to the rhriii party a pleasant home snn rood wwtes assnred. Apply at No IMS O st n w. w AtrTBn-BT A HOOD COTAJftBD LttTW- dreK. wnsMns: and Imntn to do st home; references given. Apply rat 5 n at. WANTBD- SITUATIONS. stTANTim-Br A RIWPWTABL1 CL- V orod jrlrl a place as chambermsM ot cook in smafl family. irooi reference. Apply at 496 rung's Conrt. bet 4tn and 5th, N and O : Jai tVANTUD IttlOM?. WANTBD -A rf..VINLYrTJRftt9tD room m the northeast part of city where there will he no otJeethM to Ibtht bonsekegptna. Address 0, P. U.. this ogee, W ANTBI)-)I ISORI.1, AM BOtn. A rfjff rfsvusinfr wsifi tM$ Asasf , Jsj i rtnes st !, St eels' rnr owe InesrfSsti SO eento flff ttrse. A FEW DB81KABi.lt ROOMS, WITH steam power, snort elevator service and flnrt- elnrn Mnttorshlp, In the FOST BtJlI.DIJTO, for rent at tow rales to flmt-eta. tewante. Apply to STlLflOW nLTCHlNS, IMS PeH llnlhlrns:, or FRANK MAGUIRB. fjnperm tendent. roil SALE IIOIMIM. Adttr!Urmntwrtttrinu !, fr Hotter lot, SB etnti fer ent tiwerHen; 50 emit for three. IPOR BALK-A DAnOAIN IF SOLD AT once; S itorr and basement brick honse; 7 rooms and bath; nil mod Imps; situated at No. 4K I st n w; price fl,.1Wh terms one third cash, tmlance J, a and 3 years. Aprdy to FRANCIS HfFTY. 1801 F st n w. fe-B 9fl FOR BALK-IN ALKXANDItlA. C ROOM framo honse.lnst Qnlshlne; nydrantln ynrd; lot 16ill5; mag home: price, two. Ap ply to ROBERT J. THOMAS, Room No. S3 l(h st, I70R SALE-ntAMK HOUSB 000 IN ' : foot alley, bnt 9th and 10th and O and II sts s wj 7 rooms; hall on both floor; closet; fronting tho rotomac; 15 per cent Invest ment: lot 3tt fcot front by eti deep, 45 feet from ttb st- Apply within. FOR BALE-THREK OF TUB UHEArRoT houses In Washington, 108, 108 ami 110 11th stnc; two-story and basoment, brown stone trimmings; 7 rooms nnd bath; electric bells and gas: price, 13,500 each, VJJ0 oasli balance to suit or trade for good lots. I'Olt I1IIST-IIOUSKS. AdttrtUantntt urHttrtAU luod, fmr Hurler Uu, X cents fer ant tnttrtlon: 50 emu fvr tArte. JfOR HENT-UNFORNISUKD- ITTllt Invcn w.irrs (ooooo 141.1 Ma-save, 17 rs and stabto sooeo MllKstn w. is rs vnooo toil Conn are. It rs 175 oa ! Ith si ex., 15 rs 160 01 irwMstnw, l&r lMoo lKOiethttn w.lirs issoo ISOHllsr n w, is rs lloo I7t7(istnw. II rs loooo lHMitiapln t n w, IS rs inooo 174t Pstnw.tSrs 100 DO tsii 31st nw.l trs lo oo aUfajettufniure, 15 r SINKstn w, lirs SI ss 14Wchaplnstn w. IS rs 78 oc 101SNst,ll rs 70OI lM9etlntnw io r mm Uti IIIHyrr Flare, 10 rs SB Ot) isisost n w. u r , as oo art xy are, io rs ss on 1TOI Conn ave n w. IS rs SOO) lieittoughtonst, srs w !46F(oughtonit.9 rs 86 00 11 1 Illefts Place, S rs M 60 lcissv.i t n w, ri..... 50 60 imiMst,7ra 00 SStN Yave.8 rs , 45 00 Pit, ner21st,7rs 41 Pn ltisuthstn w, 7 rs 4JO 1HM s st n w. 9 rs 4S no SSlsta7rs 4980 law mil st n w,7rs 40 oo 9411 14tb st n w, 10 rs 4aoo 111? O t. 7 rs stse tsesWallacbst.Sra 35 oo IDte 7th st n w, tr and dwp as oo aooeustn w.ars as ss .'sutbstnw.5rs ;oo iris NY ave. Br woo 10112Mb it nw. 6rs oo t ISA It I aven w.7rs 00 iMtnw,srs a jo ISM 4 st a w. 8 rs IS 00 liaLstnw,lrs l&ciiHitatnw.ars The above houses can be eiatniaed by per mit from our nOtee only. THOMAS J. FISHER 4 CO., ISStFst. a. w. Fit RENT TWO BKAND NEW BIX room frame bosses, hlh aad dry looa Ilea; near churches and pobllo subool la L'nloBtowB. Inqalreof A.I1EUHEND, 1S8U stn w roil nr.NTHoojis. AdurllumtnU vnltr UU head, four Unit or Uu. 'J6 ut4 far em liutrtloH; U) emUer thru, HANDSOME FURNISHED ROOMS. EN suite or single, at tbe liuoklnirbam, W0 UKh st n w, oveiiooktsB MePhersoa Saaare. Cboiee table. T7K)R RENT-TWO FURNISHED ROOMS, J; saltableforgentleBea, No.sus M st n w. r-OIt SALKSlISCELLANKOCi, AdftrtUmuKti vmlrr uti luaj, ear tiiui er lui, 36 mU4 fr 04 tMertlea,' 50 emUr thru. Iolir'sALi-THE'rTNOTuVElicWE ! beloagiDg to Georse il William. Ia qulre at the stable of WOOD BH043 , MS Mat. JalOJt I70KSALE-TIIOROCUIILY BBOKENSKT ' ten. pointers aad a handsowe patr of coulter Sfianiebi, Uroiun to pbe-saats. tur Xeyt aad woodcock; retrievers oa laud aad water; mastiff s and alt breed of dott -pall-gtetd." UWCstse. jafst TTOR SALE-i SPECIAL STAR. M-INCH, V sUeat raehet, I nickel, abeotately per feet coiltkw. Attdreseorawily-NAstse. fltOl'ttSAI-S. Cl USTOM ItOCkE. GEORGETOWN, D C I June IS. USA -Sealed uuuuali will Ui rwwiniuuiu u.'UM.'S. iwis, ravHeVAZ, JIXE is. 19. tor fiu-i fuel, liffhu, water, ke aad alweileae supplies fer lids LuildiBttdurias the el year aadlas Joae sa, issi Prtus on aapllcatktu CH AS DfaPGB. CB.toJi-B. juie.K.14 1DROPOBALS rOK FUBL FOR USE OF X uutea atatee aenate fur the ftsval year i msisi una ior tae asvai year e 80. laM-aealed iaa will I JULY i uaUiM u .Uh. tuxw at I the ieraean at Arms, V. S. Sea en.neg j eee u. berecesvea tbeuStceo ate. for fuel, u- For l.att lone, ssore or lees (as aay be a), eatra hard while aeh as tbrcit lunl, small fiiraace m, ii reeni 1 aad fre rrum ail ImpuriUee; rs ootds (or s auu.hu oreasaiay be heeded) uf beat hlctorr uud. tut is 1 ii-M. uht. free fro kiwU aad iUt to medium sUe, aad tua curds lit a. much as y be aeededi of beat baker' puie -uod. Mraicot aad clear The lo1 aaa oud to be tu't ted, webzhed. iuaared. lawad. split and stored ts (he vaults of the esate. C . t'aaitul, t tbe expeose uf tbe utraitor Tbe woud i u be .11 delltered aad Mured at such tiuuul Ui uho,uatl tie w mar be reuidrad. all to U. delivered and stored un or btforathe licfadayof Mu vemter. ims) Tbe coei to be delivered in utb uuntUk ait eskh ttnuw a mar be reviuired. The col must wsbih MM pounds ts the sua and the woud auu4 ineaenre Mb cubic feet to tbe turd The riht u reih the cval noieasure the wood aad io to ra baa aay or all prsaioli that mar be ufssad u reserved Tbe hkt to be indoreed ' Pro puses for fuel" and andtesiad "tsrsssiii at Araia U S Senate w, r taaaaiAY, teraeaat - r a. a. juW.l7.Uyi TAaUtTMENT Of THE lrtittO); jl-m sieiss ee sse,- tat foiakklm and are nxe ttauane m tauui piueoa the vteedmsiu' uolui aa aartum mwtmag, aear a aeh tagtoa, D C . aill be received it the Ueuart ma-t OxitR 1 yVUxk p m . rtttDAY, JU S), um. vhtui tter wUl be opened rtiaak (.rm of prvuowsL i&. uicat. et,- . mf be ubulued uih.-u aujhunlo. at taeodtee of Ui Chief Clrk ul the Uepan meat where tlw drawiaa mar be luspewtvd JiMS W KWLt aecretaiy. :VaeM cu Uol Stparate Fr-nnnals t iK-li- will be received outa Tttvl Jl as . im at U oVhwk noon it tU lam. where plaas. aeeteoaUons aad oaU uvr uosj beeaen. KUVAKD CCAlS. 4trt e- ..ntHtd Ws4KMata. i--sJ--i taair. -a-iaa caaaiaL sear the ari A N ABLB ADVKIfTtHUTO, tNHrmATCB, A 1 8afe, Mtntnrsjs: rod- or Brwk Agent, or Reporter, of irreat rimvotr fair, for literary wtfc Large salary. Write London A Ititn-fordlhrt.ft,.y.f. 4KClTfCT OFFH-C V m CaWTOL, Mji - FroiwJ fc.r Wrbiu. n.W Work fur Koan aad It-da had i. r -AMie se aad limnrsisS fur -rrw. MWrw ruaatoa lesrw aaa worta-r - flUREL H BIGHT io . Frettren )eTry and tTenRMest tnratrea on the RAO. R. R A new mts1visloa over rotdtrnt the smwtne city of teste!. First roe lots will he soM at HALF PWC ,( fo JO," srtnare feet 15, A $45, $60, m, Or Eu leitiis. No IfrtwesL Fspenses nit down and bits at rook bottom ptb-es. Carusi, Evans&Carusi. mi r fvriuiiTi- n. tv. ln.ii I'Olt SAI.K AND HUNT. I EAI. StTTATS 81'IAsTlrf THOMAS E. WABOA.MAN. 917 F street. Trances msde Wevlnesrlars and atnrrlar, t-STORY IlrllCK AND FRAME HOOTafl FOR SAI.R. list Sftth st n w. f h, 6 rs, and S honses . rear net" WIlDstn w, f h. Sn 5,0 aasntoWMl'stn w, fh. 5 m sow liiaswiisinw, bh, 9rs Mm 4tlo4ll sar alley nw.bh. 4 rs 5,000 laiT and IBM Madison st a w, f b, I r, andsbh rear i.ffio RlttoRSftSMitnw. bh. 9ra 4J0Q 4S8 N st n w, f h, 5 rs, and S houses rear 4,ets) istsilthat nw, f h.7rs 8,775 sraitthstnw, bh.grs m flOLstnw, b Ii. 7rs Vm MOSNstn w, bh.7rs tve wisothst n w. bh, S rs 8sjs 4M and 48S RWge St n w, f h. 5 rs S.0U0 47 I. st n w, lib, ml.Srs tn) 1611 6t list nw. fh. 4rs Sjno 785 1 st n w,bli,5rs S.OJ 1MB nnd lftso La wrenee st n w.fh.irs... S.IW9 4S4 and 4MOst alley nw, fh, 4 rs 1J 6tjstnw.fh.5rs 1,508 UNIMPROVED rilOrERTY FOR SALE. Tart lot 5. K st. bet llfli and Kill stsn w.sTm Lst, bet isthnml isthstsn w 3 OS yst, bet 15th and ISth sts n w S 75 7th st, bet It and 8 n w I 75 19th st, bet E and F sts n w 1 at Duntmrton are and Ileall st, SOtli and list stsn w 1st SOtli st, bet N and o sts n w 15 O st, bet 1st nnd 3l stsn w IS 7th st above Ornnt ave n w 50 II and C. SOlh and list sts it HOUSES FOR RENT. Ter month. 1116 10th ttnw, lira see on 1714 Wth st n w. 14 rs 58 00 lOiSHtnstn w. 10 rs so oa sin il st n w, 7 rs woo U19 Corcoran st n w, 11 rs 40 00 SuSDstnw 9rs 15 50 lllBTst II w,7r 80 1106 N Haven w, 9rs SB ra MM 39)1 st II W. 9 rs .10 00 Itflt Vtatenw.8 rs UT an XI Dst n w. 9rs 95 aa lies and not 0 sine, Srs ss CO Wfloor. 4SSBthstnw,rs Mm 304 13th stsw. Srs 11 ft 18 Md ate aw. Srs ires losRstn w, cn ir se flSSMdaves w. I rs 11 as AlleyletAandR,tJdund Ubstsse, 4 rs.., Itss 191B N st n w, 4 rs woo Pomeroy st n w, 8 rs . ... 1 m 7 and 11 Corcoran stn w, I rs ISM 88 Jscksou st n e, 5 rs 10 JU LOANS. In sums to suit at 8 per oent. The above Is only a portion of tbe property on my books. For full list eall at oOlee for bnlleiln. Issued on the lst and 1Kb. COUNTltY IHUf, ItSTATK. IPOR SALB-AIIOUT 17 ACRES ON ID ST ! n a extended, on tbe line of the Eoklng ton and Soldiers' Home Hallway, beina; a part ot tbe estate of the late Chief Justice Chase, now sailed "Edjewood," a good opportunity tor Investor. For particulars, price, ete., IncBlre of CHAI'IN 11HOVVN. 31 U at n w. UNrRBCEDENTED ATTRACTION! OVER A MILLION DISTRIBUTED. LEl. o. L. LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY CO. Incorporated by tbe Legislature for educa tional and ebarltable parpoees. and Its fran chise made a part of tbepreseat State Cos stltultoa, In ltrrs, by aa ovwuilmis rare unvoTS- IU ORAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAW INOS take place seml-anaaally (Jiue and Deeember). and Its ORAND SINGLE NUM DERDRAWINOfitake place la eaeb ot the other tearaoatbs In the year, and are all drawn In public, at tbe Academy of Miula. New Orleans, La. "We do hereby certify that we supervise tbe arrangement for all tbe Monthly and bent AaBB-1 Drawing ot the Louisiana State Lottery Co., and In person Buta-ge aad con trol tbe drawing tbemtelve, and that the same are eo-doeted with boneety, f-irne and la freed faith toward all parties, and we authorise tbe Company to use this eerttacat. wtth faa-eimilee of our signature attached, la It advertisement," CoutulMloners. We the aaderalsBed Bank aad HaakeH will nay all prise drawn la the L-Mana State Lotterte which may be prweateit at our rfiiinlars. It. 51. tVALMSLKY, Pri. La. Nat. Hank. I. LANAUX, Pre. State Nat. ak. A. HALIltriN, Pms. K. O. Nat. Baak. CAItl. KOHN, pre. Union Nat. -aak, GKANn MONTHLY DRAWIXQ wUl take place at the Aiadeasy of Muk, New Or leans. TUESDAY. JUNK 17. lint. niHTii. mm. V.I1W11U . IllUU fW t-t Tkkets at Forty Dollar; Ksvises, UTOFFt, lFSEOFSfil . lFUStor -!.. . . tp-uior uu lFRiiior uai. SP-UisOF MMn SFsU.KOF taJMare. tOFBl-Sof UiN . . PRIMS of aeia ioPRlSo Mara . ateFUzSor tatava sjariitsTi puuw Frtisat S-Ware -sJFrlaesof Sara Tas-ii. F-tan. SrSc1s-.S.. .. ! t.i3d msas, attofw. l,lM4a AfittiT. WAT Y WYVnU-UL IFoe All j-5dJ--ft' lmTdrtW f1tai--Wla--r ra---l ij-ssssssssj -fssnemsmrv . J'" "WC i!' LT1"! sT W apspjsssjBBjmss at- A- eAUfsHHT, .vOrlaaaa.La- Va-Ms Hsap-tetevl Letters ooUtln. .-?-raavytja sPJpjuS Sat an Ua-tat&s aaa nuumsianBlmhn iQeMirifif ti-rts m ptra ,. or. any taatsav tafat- nil nSvtr. roeel and ti- hS -oie pru- i sm man uu.my vsa ajsaasna nr hImm aa irB 1 vimr hUTbTelnr aa esssdium heria! noitt liam IHrT-T. !-l-l-?le$-- SSnatT ha the uo- yratartiad.ricU amast ffflertsii srtvs flaja BSkl l aa la iheimhae f Mtta vZRB238S3 iWJErb&WfffSZ any drawisa ytio i oar same sf ered Ivl .cad utaa a D.nr !a s swindle. FOR S-AJLjB! HOUSE! estray sJdA rasjajsaajj l-sjaa brick hestsat all awsaara isaftiasrsjBJsaHt sttosie weaiid stivetf tsstwesja O nut f) jsj iff ft tee, H,wri. 1otj frame hvsne,wtla tarae hM situate tm Slit street, rsstweaa B and U w. BTT Prtea, 4S,0W. 8-storv bHcfc htyasa, eesitararna rowns snd bath; sli of lot, I81TB; sttaate on (7 street sw. 4fl8 Prlee, tAWl- 8-story and haeh baltdtws; hrteit dwalling, eofflntprriB 10 rfjessatt sli HsnsJsni issjfM uve mayda; sRaate tm eeraer af jrtnth and U ttreetesw, 41 Prlesj, frOBO. sVstery hrtck Itrsase, II rfsatas sad bathi sltnnle on I. etreat, between Sort Capitol snd First streets aw. toe rrlee, 9,ftW. R-etory brick lie use, eeMMnttig 11 rooms sllmrMern ImrwoTeWents; sltnate Ho. 9ii K street nw, 498 rrfce, fKVSW- ostory brick bonea, 10 ronrae; site of lot, SrlxlK; sttaate No. 1431 X st. nw. SSI rrtee, $t,fX)0. story awl bseetnefit; Urtek hnsree, 7 rooms ami bath; situate ea New itaenpsblra avenne, bet. I aad M ete. nw. 48 Price, rV0. Strtory rVrnom brtek bottse: sttttale on Clevelsnil are., bet. lath and 18th, V and Bonndsry. 40S Price, $1,800. 9-story 8-rooM brick bosjee, oa Wallsch Place. 481 Price, Hr). 9-story n-roota brick houee; situate on WallMh Place. 443 PrkN f,100. 3-storv brlek bouse, eentalntns-11 rooms and tth; ami all modern Improvements; situate No. lttKO O st. n. w 450 Price, $ 1S.C00. Improveil property on tbe north side ot 0 at., wide front. 441 Price, 185,000. A larjre stable property la a desirable lo cation; now under lease to tpnl tenant, paylne 0 nr cent. 817 Price, rS,000. 4W Frame ilwelllne, Grant ave., Maunt PlessanL Price, 17,000. 400 Four alley bouses, containing 4 rooms; each rent for $13 per month. Price, K,500. 480 8-room frame bouse, lot 90x73, on st. re. Price, $,000. 497 9-story and cellar brlek bonse, U rooms ami balli; situate oa Cetambla IleiRbts. Price, $10,000. llonses In Alexandria, Vn, 3-story rtrtck dwelRntr, n room, with ofllee annex ami large sWe lots; sttaate on cor. Duke and L Asat sts.; lot 7SiW. $3,800. 8-stary and back bnlldlnc dwelling, con taining IS rooms ami bath; lot 70iW, sit uate No. 614 Prince st. 4(M Price, f rtWi. 3-story sad back bulldlntf taiek bouse, containing !S rooms; situate on southeast cor. Prlaee and Patrick sts. 4W Prtee, MflOO. 4-story brlek dwslllne botise, btilltln tho most substantial manner, oot-atnlrur 0 rooms; size of lot MiillS. Ml Price, $4,500. a-slory ami back bulMln brick bouse, coQUieinsT 8 rooms, sRuate on Columbus St., near Prince. 488 Prlee, $8,400. 408 S-stery brlek dwelling aesHe, eon talnlntr 10 rooms sad all modern Improve ments; large ttits yard; situate an cor. Washington and Cameron sts., opposite Old Christ Church, Alexandria, Vs. This Is tbe beet situation la Alexandria. Price, $8,1)00. Terms One-third cash, balance one and two years. Homes at Falls Chnrtsh, Ya. A new cottage, situate only 3 minutes' walk from Falls Church station. IV. & O. R. K., Vs., containing 6 rooms, bath, pan try, aad trunk room; sire ot lot, 110x150 feet. Price, $3,100, Term easy. ALSO A new eeUatre, situate only 5 minutes' walk from Part Church station, W. A O. R. it., Vs., eostalalBg, parlor, dining-room, kitchen, 4 bed-reems, bath, servants room aad attie, Prtee, $8,300. Terms aasy. acuut Ground Norlhe-st and Konlb euat. All at square WM S5e 35c -. Wt. 90c av 3bV 30e av 9tV 35c 37 Je 40c 4Jc Oc 30c 5V -V oflc eftc 44ic .. ...-rtM..... ...... w U 44 X M. .......... HaUof ' 11U , raca..... ....... ........m u u V8M, s - jasi. i u i r A WIHIIHMtMS)4l.s i 4 1 1 1 a s u 9 tt T m sara -AJfB- WHOLE SQUARES W-e ROSSLYN. --. City. FRANCIS HUF1T 11 gitate Bfpitr, . fsee'- -an4 JrVare s- - eeat - mpCga- wsn )? ) smfaP' sst'siis.tsHstss t.lM.MHat S4SsM'i e ---- Jsrf ee ) sjaaa a a a a)) JEatn-rs-steaaaai en-- 11WMaaiMsaaiiMsi sassjtvMMeajia