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THE DAILY CIUTIC, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE ltf. 1W)0.
AT THE CAPITOL KFrnRT l IF THE CIVIL SERVICE nVESTIOATWO COMMITTEE, CCVMISSIONER LTMM IS CENSURED. Messrs. Roosewlt xaA ThMpm Vic torious Ow Frank Hattoa. THE SUNDRY CIVIL APPROPRIATION Bill, The Excess in Ike tat f Rwnmiif the Govfrnment Sensl Bfftfiet Committee Matte. After the reading of tins Journal the House to-tiny went into OowmlUea of tl "Wtolc cm the Sundry Civil Afrpro-. pr'atlon bill. Mr. Cannon of Illinois sultl tUUt'o amount of approptlallon otnletl by tbo measure was, in round nmn'wrs, 2?,0f0,nno. This was 118,090,000 less thnn the regular and special estimate. The sundry civil law for the current year provided for an expenditure of .?2,0UO,O00. Tbe apparent excess In the bill was largely accounted for by certain extraordinary items. Among these were expenditures for the lighthouse service, the Dureau of Kn gravlng and Printing, the eleventh cen sus, the Irrigation survey, the library building, artificial limbs for soldiers, homes for disabled volunteer soldiers nnd aid to Slate homes. These nmounted to $.1,700,000. The bill was liberal, effectlvo and economical. jtr. Cannon then gave a statement of the attitude of the appropriation bills. The fourteen rugular appropriation bills ns reported to the llou.'u aggre gated an expenditure of fS00. 000,000, showing an excoss of$83,000, 000 over the appropriations for the current year. This was noarly all ac counted for In thrco bills Pension, $18,000,000; Postofllce, $12,000,000, and Naval, $2,100,000. The other , 000,000 resulted from the oxpanslon incident to inogrowiu oi me country. District In Congress, Tho Scnato District Committee met to-day with a full nttondancc. "VV. O. Harper, J. A. Tait and C. 9. B.mdy wcro favored for justices of tho peace. A trust bill drawn by Mr. Spooner to cover all the trust bills before Congress was reported to bo printed. Tho bill to Incorporate King Theo logical Hall was repotted to the Senate by Mr. Spooner with tho House amend? incnts disagreed to and a conference nslml. The bill for tho relief of Nathaniel Mngrudcr was favorably reported by Sir. Vance. The McPherson bill relating to the It. X P. Kallroad was amended and or dered to be favorably reported by Mr. McMillan. The bill creating an Inspector of hay, straw, grain and feed was Indefinitely postponed. The bill relating to projections beyond tho building lino was ordered favorably reported ngaln. The bill providing for the assessment nnd collection of water-rents nnd water-main taxes was referred to Mr. Vanco as a sub-committee. The House District Committee failed to get a quorum and did nothing. Conferrees on the part of the House on the bill (S. 4) to establish a public park In tbe District have been appointed, nnd are Messrs. Grout, Atkinson of Pennsylvania and Hemphill. The Speaker has signed the bill to buy square 380 as a site for tbe City rostolllce. Why Mr. Mill Itetlcned, Mr. Mills' resignation of the place on the Committee on Itules, to whleh he was appointed yesterday by the Speaker, did not greatly surprise any one. Had he been appointed to the vacancy caused by the death of Mr. Itandail he would have accepted, very probably. According to all party usage, be was entitled to the place. He was his party's leader in tbe last House and a member of tbe committee. He did not like It to be passed over for Mr lilount, who has never been a leader of his party, Naturally, wheu the place cume to him so grudgingly and un willingly, he could do no less tbau decline It. The appointment of Mr. McMillan of Tennessee is a most ex eel lest one. He Is an able roan, recognised to be among the leaders of his party, young, vigorous and aggressive. Ills health Is robust, while that of Mr. Mills U Eomtwhat broken and precarious. The t'rolilbltlou Crank. The Senate Committee on Kduealkw and Labor and the House Coaswittae oa tbe Alcoholic Liquor TratSe will give a joint Congressional bearing to-morrow un the joint resolution for aatlotial eoa itituiionalprohibUIoa. Tkeeotmuitteae will be addressed by asesabefi of the National Prohibitory Amaatlaaeat Com mittee for C'oBgreaslotul Work. TkU committee consuls of the getters! offi cers of the several aattoaal pfoalbiUoa l oti tits oi the United States, tka gaa tra! officers of the aattoaal executive committee of tka Prohlbilioa party, and the National V. C. T. U. suuerla UnJtnt of legislation and petitions, On Sunday the N. P. A. CosuasiUae will hold an agitation aaaesfag in Ike saute interest at lit MatrotjoUtan M. E I'Luicli, nkk the Pwwfcbal and ai Cabinet and wauibets of Uoag teas nave laxn. iniied to attend. lavastlgatlBc air. UUuuM. The Senate Fiaketiea Coa.ilta Ue gan tae invejiijatlosi of tke cJtaras of ncpotiaia against PtaAt Cwmimbmor iliDonald to day. Catseaaoadanss iMtg, Gartke and Anfesaosi and S. C. Brown of tke National Ummm, aal Charles W. Snivaly of tba Census Bureau, fansMtriy of tka V isk C'oaawiaa&Qatj wane aaniissidU Tke loneanonskavts ilwMaad to av tke sources of tJaaif kloffnsaJtest. Tke utkets kntw Mtktatg ttxaai ky keaisay. Tke f t a intnntfcoji goes oat ttvaaogfttar at lo Jo. witk doaad (soars. R LYMAMCk&l'gJX kiikiuw u TWKuaieKt'SVU. , Tke Houe iusMiasJIne IgsxaaMaTUlat tke ckarges saada waJsMt tjka waaans Civil Servlca Vmmkmim t Isitlay, and sorted upos a report Tke ieHvt glvaa ike toatisaany tko during tke unftaisUrMton, an4 ttt eodu kkoft sajs, in rvgwd to tke conduct of tke Civil Service Cosawiiistonanr a tb mailer suksvslybasl to that GQBMaltr ut ' ' We and. (tat. tknt CMMBtadiNtaga Kboaevelt and Tkamiwon kare dsa liiiutd LUtLi duties witk etttuc ddattty ai d ii-.itjiii) -,n ,ju J tL.Lt ike 'jfti'ill iiL -it J t'ujitul-kli(.r luiau U been charaetertred by a laxity of disci pline in the admtnhtratron of the affairs of ttre CommMMon ami la therefore censured." IlntehthB-Kceltno:, Mlffi Rose Blake KHnr, wll kiwwit In Baltimore society ami th only daughter of Ret. Dr. It. J. Keeling of Aberdeen, Dak., ami Mr. Sttlson Hntchlrrt of Washington, D. C, were married last night In Daltlmore. Mr. Robert Tee Keeling gave the bride away, and Miss Bessie Montague of HairoTd County, acted as brldesmard. A reception lo a few friends followed the ceremony and then Mr. and Mrs. Hntchlns left for their summer resi dence In New Hampshire. In the fall they well occttpy a residence in Wash ington. Among lhofepreent were Mr. and Mr. Jesse Tyson, Mr. E. A. Keel leg of Norfolk, Mr. ami Mrs. Will ism Stewart Polk, Her. Stewart Keel ing of Philadelphia, Dr. ami ln. Ptannton, Dr. Bradford ami Mrs. French of Washington. MAMIFS ABDUCTORS MILD. The Otit Man Who AVnnte.l to Starry n Mttio Ohltit. N.w York, Jnne 13. Benjamin Jlonger, aged 69 years, ami Mrs. Mary Munn batl a further heating before Justice McMahon at the Tombs Police Coutt yesterday afternoon ami were held on a charge of alxluctln Mrs. Munn's 12 year-old daughter Mamie, whom the old pair brought to this city, in order to compel lier to marry Monger, in order that Mamie's mother, a grass widow, might get an Interest In Monger's bank account. According to Mamie's story In court, both her father and mother wanted her lo marry "Ben," as they all railed Monger, o that they could get his money. 'Besides he was about to get a pension as a soldier in the late war. In his own behalf the. old man said: "I never Intended to marry Mamie. Her mother wanted mc to marry the girl. That's been tho talk for two years. Wo just came over to Now York on Tuesday to bco the Brooklyn Bridge. It's not so that I'm rich." Mrs. Munn admitted that both her self nnd bor husband wanted Mamlo to marry the old man, because they thought ho would take good caro of tier, Sir, Crnln Wan Not There. Kililor Critic: In yesterday's Cnmo I was named as ono of a party of gen tlemen who wore said to have been In stdtcd by Mr. John L. Sullivan at Chambcrlln's. I doslro to say Hint I have not met Mr. Sullivan at any time, nnd was not at Cbamborlln's upon tho occasion re ferred lo. Your obedient servant, W. H. Chain. W.siiisotox, D. O.. June 12. Mr. Craln scorns to be laboring under some mlsapprohcnslon ns to the publi cation In question. Tho article was a reprint from tho Now York Shu, and It did not say that a party of genllomen at Chainberlln's had been Insulted by John h. Sullivan. Kd. CntTtc.l Cornered by it t'luoky Woman. Ci.r.vNUND,Onio,Junelli. Wednes day evening Mrs. Havorof Itldgeavenue heard a noise In the kitchen, and secur ing a revolvor, investigated. She found a man with a handful of silver knives and forks, "Put thoso things back In the drawer!" commanded the lady of tbe house, pointing the revolver at the thief. He did so very quickly. She then tried to make him turn his pocket Inside out; ho ran; sho threatened to tire; halted 1dm In tho doorynnl, nnd turned him over to a policeman, who found ono of her napkin rings in his pocket. Thirty days and n lino of $30 were imposed upon James Harrison, the thief. Tho Appraisers to be Appointed, There are over 1,000 applications on Ate In tho Treasury Department for the nine appralsershlps, which are created by the McKinley Custom Bill. For tbe past week Secretary Wlndom has devoted most of his time to the consideration of the claims presented by each applicant. He has had talks with the President on the subject, and at tbo Department to-day it was Btated the elections would probably be made Monday and the names of the lucky candidates be sent to tbe Senate in the afternoon. The geographical distributins of the appointments Is what has caused delay. The UnclUh t'olltlcat Sltuatlou, Lokdon, June 13. As a result of the Conservative caucus yesterday thirty Tory members of Parliament have re volted against the ministerial policy, ami are treating with the Unionists for the formation of a cave. The discon tent with the action of Home Secretary Matthews In regard lo the Police De partment Is very general, ami will have a gieat influence upon the next else- tlOB. Served the Urute lilslit. Ki.beo-, G.v., June 13. George Penna, an 18 year old nagro hoy, who was under bail to answer tke ekaraja of criminal assault upon a young white girl, was eaniurad by a wok last week and lynched. Ha has been wlsaing since Thursday, tke fttk instant, and esterday kU body was found kanglng to a tiae isk tkrae bullet kstea in ku head. ' I LI lnUUa Uftfce Nate, Commissioner Morgan of Ike Indian Office, wko kas keau in New York otwajeg bkis, will return lo-morrow. Chief Veataaan of tke Deviaion of Accounts, Indian OsMea. k acting Cosm wiaaioner to day in place of M. Belt, ko wag calku away yesterday on at couat af kls fatker's uaatk. jlr. Belt's fatker was Q years old. A H4c UsnktBE Trtwt. ZAkKvn.LK, Ouio, Jua ta Tke Untied atts Hanking Cosunaaw, couv Miaing arm in Pennsylvania, West VtorfaV Okie, Indiana and XlcUgan, kas keen orgauJUad witk kaaduaruirs at Kkkuwad. lad. Tke capital of tke aaw cojmuany Is .OW.UUU. Ueaib of u l'uuuuw Kaar. Wstnutaw. -Ho., inm 14. Tke JsllBAUal hsMKMtg&bWttil Hstt8 IglUatttiW wist &4iN0MW( UOiB IMS IftUMsW t iove uure'4 boa j wa JnnAaUlattnWA 9sC tnVs) 3slAiabgg W lttfitst It Una. Mobect Adtvata, jr., Mlniataf to Bituil, kas ntaigtMaL U U Ixont bil- sultkJiigkfet AMkaLiAf inaw uutA ktf tltiauni I sisfw' fri bs tt siai wp w aMW WlM) Wi tti'lttti'lff Wm lat ClaAcMk 4&iV4MtataklM ste W. a saw w. v- Ua tatoaad (Mad wf )OU ByijJMfitb) iJij'ltoti AUiuiifc i'k. coast (pang on (aak kwiiiuc it. a u. tot at W otiuk nwMi ami mum t reiw ua an raaujar tsau to ani ia- rtuawts! taa sotioa'taff tsssskWi at sate os of ah '.Li ivcio ituUrt i'viilivr' i lk Ltct J HARRISON OH ICE. A COOL RECEPTION TO THE NlmlfiNTA EDITORS OH A HOT MY. Newtr! On-Irfiohers nrT(t with Their Ians ItepWhlJean tnrty AVrlters tJbneml the Taets, The story lerefTHfyherl the St, Panl Qlobt Monday night concerning the rather shabby treatment accorded the Minnesota editorial party by the Prwd dent has canted not a little comment, and Mr. Harrison will hear from it for some lime to come. According to this dispatch the party were kept waiting oveT an honr for the President, whom It seems was engaged in conversation with some Senator about the distribution of ofTce. At least, that Is the substance of what Mr. Dnnnell is alleged to have said to Mr. W. B. Mitchell. When the President did put in an appearance to receive the gentlemen of the press he appeared to be ill at ease, and his man ner was such as to Impre' s the molders of political opinion that he wished the reception brought to an early close. As the majority of the Minnesota editors inn Republican papers, It Would lie bttt natural for them to criticise the Ulobe story, ami that they did In no unmeasured words goea without say ing. However, they did not deny the story fa Mo, but said that It was a mis statement of fact. Mr. C. II. Slocum, editor of the Glen coe HtgMtr, said that he regretted to see such a story published, as lie thought tl a reflection on the editorial imrty. "The facts," ald he, "are not cor rectly staled. The time named to meet the President was 0:80 a. m. He was ready to receive ns at that time, but we were not on hsnd, and of course he could not wait when he had made other appointments. The President's manner was cordial, and he teemed pleased to meet us. Nearly every member of our parly says that we arc to blame for not being on hand. They are outspoken against the story printed in thcSl. Paul Ulobtx" TUB rilKMDKNT AlTKAnnn rr.EASRI). Mr. S. I.lstoe, editor of Xortlnuten, tho organ of the Scandinavians, pub lished at St. Paul, said ho thought it very bad tasto for tho Olobe to print such a story- The President nppoarcd pleased, ami had a pleasant word for each member of the party. Mr. Har rison, ho snld, might lime teemed a lit tle stiff, but, If so, no doubt It was due to the fact that the editors were not on timo. The Democratic editor was hard to find, but after a long search Tub Cuitic reporter ran up against Sir. Claro W. Blakely, editor of tho Rochester llteonl urnl Inion. When aked for tho opinion of the (Ihbt story, ho said: "I am sorry the Ulote published such an account, for wo were to blame as we were not on lime. No doubt Harrison was disappointed at not meeting such a fine-looking body of men at the hour appointed, and when he did come Into the parlor he was still suffering from his disappointment, and, therefore, acted a little stiff. Then again, per baps, he thought that, as the Republi can editors of Minnesota were not on hand punctually at the hour, It was a bad omen, and that it meant that at tho fall elections, the Minnesota Republi cans will not be on hand election day. But 1 think the President should not be criticised nnd it would have been better if nothing bad been printed." Of course, no one expects the Repub lican editors of Minnesota to cast re llootlons on the President, but, nt tbe tame time, it Is well to remember that Harrison's Administration has been se verely bandied by tho Republican press of Minnesota, especially so by the St. Paul J'ionetr Prtu, and it would be a clever feat for tbo President to conceal, if ho could, his feelings, when brought face to face with the men who have to lambasted him and exposed the cloven hoof of his pet measure, the McKinley bill. PIE FOR SIXTEEN IN LONDON. An American Traveler In n 1'lnceTltat i-'ntclnntecl lllckeot, fitm tht Xtw Voik Suh. There Is a pie shop in London that Charles Dickens used to stand before, when, as a child, he drudged In a black ing factory. Kvery day, on his way to and from work, he paused to devour the viands with his eyas, and some times, as be said, he pressed bis tongue to tbe window-panes, as if by doing that be got a little bit of a taste of the good things that lay so near, yet were so far beyond his reach. An Ameri can railroad man, who admires Dick ens, hunted up this pie shop when he was recently in London, in order to gratify ten tiniest ami curiosity. It proved to be a mere box of a plaee, In a poor quarter of the city, but the original buelaese was still conducted there, and pastry of doubtful asrtect and uncertain age still occupied tke wia dow. As the traveler peered iato tke shadowy interior a voice jiiped at kis elbow. "Please, sir. will you buy we a weal pie ?" Tbe owner of tke voice was a small, disheveled parson, witk wkosn a vaal pie or any otker kiwi would nave agreed right well, anil he made kU re lueat front motives of undoubted and strenuous personal intaraat Tke American lenrted, as Anterieang do sometimes, witk anotker question: "How many koys do you suppose tkat bop could kohl?" "1 dunno. About Mrtaea or aUteen. Iskoukltkink." Well, you ao and get fifteen more boys. s. and bring Hutu back kate." k boy ituduu tke atan s face lor a Moaaent. as if to make sura ke was in tke enjoyment of kis seaaes, tkea kuiiad kuuaalf into a side street witk a yell. Hardly a minute elapsed before ke w lurneu, tke kead of a procession of six teen gamins, assorted as to aizn and. ciotking, iisnntnaous hi appetite and kofia. Tkia ragged hall slum asaasa bsed t'hiatt kakind tka hvnf factor ajsd followed kim psac4piaataiy into tits frlyl wisest ka announcud tkat ka was going to give tkaut all tka pie tkey wantd- Por a quarter of an kour tka ation teked baker served "weal an' 'ant" ava. kand ovar kand to tka aix-tstsat aatusdalsad youtk of Tionikisi wkiki tka Awarican sat down and watcked tke scenv witk ksnJHy less aatoniakniant. vw wosda were spoken, and tke irnalatigfjt va as iiitrv$ and paraktastt wkUe B lasted as tke ckarga at Talat Kcbir. Tka eauiiua of supotk brougkt tke banquet to as end, aid tk travaer paid tfeg score, tkinkfasg it Bttfo to pay. in via- of tke fun ka kad k4. vklaa tike kowa ttMuktail into tlui asanas, ckeariag faekay on account oi tkjaV gorgnd confiMtiost, and want to append tnaaauis of tkia aairacUi thMu$k Am btnaa of XaUMsVHa- . 1 mi IP ftAAU tf t"Se UH i'smu. Utt Ittna 1"M V.:. ansa laukka of aJavay waa annoaad ka ngsiak apartossa and aonkad kauav law ks e&snvnutlaYa witk wkaek to notAiMi skena. TfMl asa at, ajii atsakjafTlt aasV pattry. It dad not k ' ftjr. SSt ctery one of tiutw turaad know wkJte. 1 jj lu. i -u K licit t'w tut -a 41 Ue A SERIOUS PRACTICAL JOKE. A Yohbk Stan Hrlten Vjolentlv I" imne Thrtmeh Far. SixXfil Ttl'frtim to tht Timr: Catim,ac, Mtch., .Tnne 13. Thomaf ColgroTe of Btirllngton, X .T., awrt kte cousin, William Colgrove of Phlladat pMa, left the lattefs home laat Swdsr' to visit an nncie in the npper penimmbv They teachetl Sadnaw, OimoiwsJWi County, in safety, where they mtrl to change cars, ami were compelled to stay over night at a rough boanllBg-mwee. Thomas was given a room atom, ami the otker boarders, taking him rot a tenderfoot, proposed to have fun with him. They dressed themoelvet aKn Klnx and then chased him out of the house and into the woods. It was morning before he wandered back to the boarding bouse, nervous almost to the point of 7 reny. Ills cousin advised him to return home, and they were on their return trip when Thomas was taken suddenly ami violently Insane here yesterday, and It required two men to hold him. He was taken to Traverse City In tbe afternoon, and had to be put In a strait-jacket to keep him from harming himself and others. Colsgrove is a bright, intelligent fel low, about 80 years old, and wfll lie re turned to his home If he recovers suf ficiently to be trusted to the care of his cousin. Young Colsgrove's uncle Is on his way to meet him and has wired that he will make it hot for those who scared him. johl.'tqTpar. HIS EXHIBITION AT THE COLUMBIA CLUB OBJECTED TO, lint There Is No Arm- It Can lie Slnppeil Opinion of I'rotnl nent Metnheri, Tho announcement, published ex clnslvely In Tiik Cnmo on Wednes day, that John L. Sullivan would spar at tho Columbia Athletic Club next week, has created considerable objec tion on tho part of some of the mem bers. A protest has 1een made by about sixty members of the club, who bnvo united In a request for a call for a special meeting to consider the matter, but this will not avail anything, as under the rules a special meeting cannot be held unless the members are given notice a week In advance. By that time tho ex hlbitlon will have been given. But thoso who opposo the exhibition pro pose to prevent it by other means, and a prominent member of the club out lined tho programme to n Ckitic re porter to-day as follows: "If we cannot stop It any other way we will make tho board of governors apply for a license to give the exhibi tion. They proiiose to charge an ad mission feo and they must take out a license just as a theatre has to. I don't believe It Is right. We are asked to In dorse Sullivan and througlt our Inllu dice help him to escape tiik rrsiMiMK.vr he pkskrvkh from the Mississippi courts. Sullivan will dispose of the complimentary tick ets to be given him as he sees tit. He Is not coming hero for nothing and the greater majority of tho members are opposed to making the club a party to his disreputable scheme. The membors of tbe club are sadly divided on the question, ami a group of them who were at the rehearsal of "Paradise Flats" this morning at the National Theatre vigorously expressed themielvrs in regard to the men who were objecting to the exhibition. One of them said: "There are a lot of dudes in the club who Joined it simply for its social features. They don't care about the athletic part of It, while wo who started tho club want to make that a feature. We are trying to gut tbe men Into the gymnasium ami believe that this exhi bition will tend to Increase the Interest of the members and bring them there. The exhibition will surely take place, for the objectors only represent about one-tifteenth of the total membership. So matter what Sullivan's reputation may be, we can neither add to It nor take anything away from It. He is tbe champion pugilist of the world, and an exhibition by him is purely in the line of sport, if he is trying to get the sympathy of Southern Congressmen to help him out of the Mississippi trouble it is none of our business. The exhibi tion is purely in the interest of sport, and it will be given. Of that you can rest assured." The other members of tbe club who were present Indorsed this view of tbe case, but several objected to the pro posed exhibition, solely because an ad mission price was to be charged. They thought it savored too much of tke methods of a variety theatre. Other wise they wanted to see the event cowe off. Prom present Indlestioas it looks very muck as if Sullivan and Joe I jianon w ill appear before tke Columbia Club next Tuesday night Fickle aiarj's WimUIbs Day. LokUoK, June 13. Although tke papers announce tke Mary Anderson marriage for tke 17th instant, Mias Asderaon left 1-oadoa on Saturday last for tke Continent, and is repotted to kava postponed tka ceremony until aultuu. Ske kas refused to eoavarws on tka sujeet, and asks not to be again skown tka prying newspapers. Oae tking, however, aeins certaia, and tkat is tkat our Mary kae no laiaatiua of returning to tke stag. Last weak kr eutir costly ikeatrieal wardrobe waa disposed of at private sal. luUnUar XfclUe Hty. St lETKttnt-Ku, Juna 13. Ttw Carewitek wiU rtart an a tour of tka wetid on August 1. lie will saturn by way of America. la li VaiOttKfcui HmMWhiiiii. ftmm (At JfUr. I ijsgss tenant Qrapinkos TVM is my ilanstf 1 Uduak , Vias Cnttntiu ua ? 3ite Cauatkiuc-WeU, kacdly. Lieu tenant. Your waits came at Watt one kour ago. but you didn't appear to Uk to laawe tka ouppar rooas Young Sanlfagwa. lof tka Treasury Depariaaeat. wko kU aJt army and navy oaci WU, Wm Cauaouue, y tat cannot epct tke military to be HgVaMliwaian WgjkgMHkauagl tium m W Ummt lUgklur, Tkackway taada at tka favorite i tkor, and Iongfrfhar at tike faoi au oriut kuit nfl tTi i m aileuliiA t r ni ttsV.i ,.l,.iiia,i fsWTriw,ii (ml Btfjifca) 1 wh., 41 ssataatawsWt waVHaWnwaC XE&awatM lwa aama.ar- wjtfwT niwnwsf- w lia'infWpjnT tke at- 4 u. UacMaaaat Vastikuk Lmiu4 LrL,..i.,fr..,jr. rlaa'"T nr '' M V ss- and w ajskingtost at 9Ka9 a uv . uiaas iliiect countctioa at ftaaauaoak JuucUoa wUktavsuwai at T-. u. a:, 3Wto, t i-wa imp uea ets, iii'kaM sasnliiiliiu ut tka uu sl at Jik 4 O. uffiii.9. L'avcnu, 1' 'U 'lk iwtirt f.i u. 1HI BALTIMORE A HUMMER. lutern r the Nwrth Attantte 4qaiwtrnti, I'a rraate for rwrtlawrt. Me. Firm tht Xtw Yerl v-rti (rtvM. The North Atlantic Squadron, run slttrir of the steamers Baltimore. Kear trp? Dolphin and Galena, arrived yes tercHy from the South and anchored In the North River, between Twenty-third and Fortyeecond street. The squadron lef' Key West ott May 93. The Dolphin will en Into dry dock at the navy yard. The fiiadron will leave this port the lattu part of thts month to narttctpate In the Fourth of .Inly celebration at Portland, Me. The Baltimore will first so to Norfolk to complete her battery by 'he addition of two eight-Inch guns. Rear Admiral Oerhawt commands the .idron, of which the Baltimore (Captain W. S. Schley) Is the flagship. Captain Schley Is delighted with the newcmlstr. lie thinks she could keep up with the City of Paris If she were puhed. She made the run fmm Balti more to Key West In four days, burn ing only sixty tons of coal a day and making over sixteen knots, with only two of her four boilers In service. She fa capable of logging twenty knots when her twin screws make 120 revolutions and all her fires are burning. TTant Secretary Matthews- ItemoveJ, Lowbok, Jnne 13. The Sfctmfeni asks whether the removal of noma Sec retary Matthews Is not advisable in order to secure continuity of control at Scot land Yard. SI'KOIAT. NOTIUH. KarTOKSBKt O A MUHRAY. a33 A renls In Washington for TUB WIIITTIKR HLBVATOK Of tloston. THE BB8T EtRVATOR IS THK WORLD. Over 40 hate beedpnt Into the bestbnlM Inrs hi W asliington In the lat two years by ns. Estimates promptly fnmlbil. Alo aaenls for the Wotthlnttton Steam Pttrnplnc Machin ery. AloRDeraI Mach!nttantl Bncineers. A larae stock or Engines ami Boiler, Pumps and Kterntor on hand. Waretooms from IC01 to lf05 Seventh street onlhwet. BCSBHENltIBTrA TAOK FOX AND WM. -' Taicwell Pox, petitioners In ennlty, canre No. 10.RCI. Snmeme Court, District of ColnmbU, ak that their name respectively may be changed to Henrietta rageCarr ami John (Hills tarr, by which name alone they have leen known for the last twelve year, and nowslve notice of such application In accordance with law. JttWwt r "' B23r"TlimD COOPXKATIVR Ill'ILDINO t Auociatloii. Fifth Ktle; first pay raent first Monday In June. Shares, S each. ftrerccnt. lnteret. Subscription ran be mane ana constitutions ooiaineu ai me 101 IovtIdc namett places: OFFICE Of TUG ASSOCIATION, SMTthst. s. yf. a. PErrjE. rret.. asoij t. w. W. T. WALKKIt. V.-rret, Iltl (J St. n.W. A. AM'IIKIt.sandIt w. It. A. WALK Hit. :tli and oats. n. w. Vn. H. II. ntrNNKLL, SS6 pa. are. n. w. O. T. THOMPSON, S0., Cent. Nat. Il'k IFd'g. .1. T. PUTTY. Treas., Illstrlot IlolldlnK. W. It. IlltTLEK. 009 C t. n.w. J. II. JOHNSON. SOT Tth st s. W. J. N. IIIIICKIIGAD, 10th ami La. ave. n.w. may)7-lm isr Dlt. WIHTB, ciimoroDisT, Ht renni. ave.. opposite Wlllard's Hotel. Tlioiin(l from far ami near vllt Dr. White for relief from and avoidance of corns, bun ions. dlefed nulls and all other foot troubles. Hours, a a. tn. to 6 p m. Sim days.O to IS. Ktiablltlied 1SSI. Fee.fl. g5P TUXLAW UBI0HT3. Tnnlaw ltclshts presents more dedrabtc features for antual rethlenea than any ub itlTltlon In the District of Columbia. The Improvements, now In progress, will Include all the conveniences of olty life Oas, Water, Seweraire, Sleolrio Car service and Pavements. The situation Uunrlvaled In natnral beantr and commands In all illrectknisiinlnlerniMwl lews of the City of Washington, Maryland and Virginia. A.T. HRnTON.t-,,,.,, C.J.1I8LU fTrasUas. 1119 O t. n.w. Lot for fle by FITCH. FOX 4 IIIIOWN. iWM-a. are. GOLDSBOltOL'Ull IIHOrf. & CO., littl Pa. ave. BMMOXS A BIIOWN. mySt.lm Atlantic llBlldlng. frrH-TnE WASHINGTON LOAN AND aaa' THUST COMPANY. CAPITAL S1.WO.0CO. TKMPOMAUYOFFICBS, ICOl F tt n w, previous to the erection of the oompanr'a bulUUoK, eoroer Sth and F MONEY7 LOANED ON COLLATERAL AND ON HEAL KbTATK. Well :urd Umb4, aaaranteetl by the company, for tale. In terest paid. Call ou or correspond with u X. U. 1101HM)N. Sc. It. II. VANBK, Tim. DIRKCTOKH. Charles j). Bailey, Oeoraa F Sobafer, James L. Harbour, Thomai Sowervtlle, (leorge B. Hanoi, John A. Swoiie, Nlcbard W. Hay, J. S. aworaMiedt. Horace S. Cuuimlngs, ltatterslay Vi. Talbott J.J. Darllntrton, aorf Trueadsill, John Joy Kdson, II, II. Warner, ( barle J. Faulkner. A. A. Wilson, Albert P. Foi, L. I). Wlue. O. C. Green. 8. W. Woodward. William 11. Guriey, t has Heal. Wilkinson, Joha 1). Laraer, A. M. WortbiBMUw. .') KSSf-KOCIIDALB CO OP. SOCIETY OF TOE K DIBT. OF COL. Members of tbla toelaty are informed that tbe sew Trade Cards (and LlttO, laproved aad exteadad. are now ready fur iae. Mvmbers will return tba old (greeu) card, witb Ibelr address writtea acrow tba fa, to any of tboati named below and obtain tba aaw oa payment of tb proper fee. Tbare bsdBgovur-t.WO SBsiBiberi who should obtain tbe sew card before April SOth laataat proaptaeaa Is adviaabla. Jk4 aid card U of M UfiJU attr AprU SB. Sat It M. Cash Koom. lfaaurr Dent, ai j. vi . ii.tftsiiA. at.-rHry, at Tat tstb tt, at boob and at 4 oVtoJk p. m. A.T. LoIty,iat J A ntsa, Agr'l (Wpt Sallh TbosaiMOB. YVi lKtt Faw.A.O. O..WarDpt. L. Vaadetbof, SSI Frtfaea M, Baraau of I.C. Fawcatt, ett Maat av 8,ttaAad. OaVaM J. . MoCabe, UU U II, P. O. Baat. H. W. tetir Tl I at W. -M. S70. L. T. Hut. je S tt b w. Ek Aad. Oatca. L. B. CMdktv. WLai w. Sea. Oaaca I TMASsWV. iJuaaasarrbiaa.tttlttt a w. Baa. Oaaca. Vittx Joar. SK Paavaa w, S. O. O. . Job WaiTM Sd t b w, A O. O. ;. B. Saras, Sitmmm taaaarai'a Oaai-a 8d uaA tauOusi. W tt 4 a a, tim. Friat- 1 C- UrowB, Tib t aad K-1. avaODtaa 1 D M Basis, WM tstb t a w. Ba. Baa. aad mafiaM. OUvar Battaur, Caaaiar's Booai, Ctty Baat- jtku B. Juaaa. VU$ tth t a w.itfawal oatea. fi. X. L Osrbta. aaouad Awatter's OaVaa. i. llAadnw, It fUumkU at. (J. I- U., JL IvKea!. tua Faiv lOnttaaTt. F. i. Toaaa. aat ac t. Sty. Blv. Tray. "wf H. WoataraJac. uss B st aw.osaea yVaak aWas, n tstb a w. cuar ut if oidssr uftaa wuK-tiv coanaitt J. WTbaBsWA. SsKfataf f. rari'WBV aotr have Yoi'st aiuirN I3 asaaa by uaa uf tba atoat i.-sttabratad asaaa by uaa uf the must usual enttass la lawriea' Frtoa same aa tUsi-rata cattara caarga. F. T. HAUL nt aa taoaa SAUUIHY ataw- tr-tWaBJ LAMB LABlBal 1& UvcZKrtT ui I the oaly bat aad tinaaat iratia manafv tawtr ta taa ctty. OaQ sbJMI Ml) SsSaT MW VfcetJLnfM- IUs9ajOsUa1C ftBal pasilaa Straw aad taaaaw 'aliacesT to Hi tsaaat stSaBa. Qaaaas aaaaaptly aatanaaa ta. " aatbgistnisit a. w. UU.IKU1. Ba- Wla'ga tub lMMX" tab) at li I at a - trw sfjsjaaajtasai swaaa; garauaal utaaaasas. aaa; iwaoaw f the srHajt'sS saw-aa BBBBrjaaaaBasaaaasaaaaaBBBaB; V- V- Wti. D4tta ItiattV . HERRON & RAMEY, m. wvvxwuivxm. JatsHtji vaautwtftua 9- v. VlV4iM. W JPHV Si WWW', crara jb t j-3c m aa, H-'FA AX V W st . . ft .t Save Your Hair Bt a timelv n of Ayefa Hair Vigor. This preparation has no pqnal as a dressing. It awps th scalp rl-an,rooi, and healthy, and preserves tho color, fttllrw, ami hwmty of the halt. " I waa rapidly Womtng bald ana grav i hut after nstng ' or thrw bottle of Ayer's Hair Vteor my halt grew tMek and glossy jtmfthe prtatnal cotor was restored." Melvln AKmen Canaan Centre, is. It. " Some time ago I lost alt my halt in eonawienre of measles. After nwa waiting, no new growth appeared. I then nteil Ayer's Hair Vigor ami my hair grew Thiok and Strong;. It has apparently com to stay. The Vigor I evMmtly agreat aM tonatnre." J. B. tVilllama, rtottwvtlle, Teaaa. "I har naeil Arer's Hair Vigor for the past fonr or five years and flml tt a most satisfactory dressing for the hair. It Is alt 1 could deMre, being harmteM, earning the hair to retain Its natnral color, and rentrlng bnt a small qnantlty to render the hair easy to arrange. Mrs. M. A. Bailey, 9 Charles street, Ilarethtll, Mass. " I have been nslng Att's Hair Vigor for several years, and believe that It has caused my hair to retain its natnral color." Jir. 11. J. King, Draler In lh-y Good?, Ac , Uishopville, Md. Ayer's Hair Vigor, rncrAnsn tir Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mass. Bold by Druggists and Pttfumcrs. ntorosAT.s. D'bPARTMBNT OF Tf1B INTRHIOR, Washlngtoo. Jnne J. ts0 -enled pro posals Tor Inmlshln and ereetlne an Iron Are escape and stand ploeon the Freedmen's Hospital ami Asylum llnlldlna, near Wash ington, II. C, wilf be received at the Depart ment until 1 o'clock p.m., FRIDAY, JUNK go, 1, when they will be opened. Illtnk forma of proposal, apei Ifloatlons, etc., mar lie obtained mon application nt the office of the Chief Clerk of the Department, where the drawings may be Inspected. JOIIS W Noni.h, Secretary. AltCHlTBCrS OFFICB. I'. 8. CAPITOL. Mar as. ISM. -Proposals for Marhle ami Uranlte work for Fountain and llaln and for rirone Vases and ImppoU for Terrace V. S. Capitol - Separate proposal for tlw atovewlil be received until THURSDAY. JL'NE SS, ttW. at U o'clock noon, at this oOlce. where plans, snertftcntlons and modeH may now bereen. KIJUAHI) CI.AIIK. Arohl tart tT. H. Capitol. tVANTIlD tll'.t.r. AdrtrtUimtiiti Htftttr trill fit, ftvrUmner irt, as unit for cm ttutrUm: SO emit far thru, TANTKD-COOK (SBTTLRD COLOIIBD woman preferred). Apply today. MISS KATE CHOWLEYS. 3H 1Mb t y. J"0Jt WANTKD-A WHITE OUIL FOR OKS ornl housework In n small family, man, wife and loy8 years old; (lerman pre ferred: to the right party n pleasant home nnd good wages assured. Apply at No. loos O st n w. WANTED I1Y A OOOD COLORED LAUN dress, washing and Ironing to do at home; references given. Apply tsiO N It av. A N AIILE ADVERTISING, INSURANCE, V Safe, Lightning-rod- or Book Agent, or llepnrter, of great Isarolr falre, for literary work. Large salary. Write London A Hart ford Pub. Co.. N. Y. VVANTi:n KOtOtS. WATED - A rLAINLY-FURNISlIRD room In tho northeast part of city where there will be no ohjeetloj to light housekeeping. Address P. P. H.. thlaonlcsi. YYANTKM3tI.SCi:i.r.AMKtUS. AilHrtUrnimtt aasfw MM hl,fHT IlwMsr Uh, S6 ttntt far on4 loHTtim: 60 mtt frr (Arer. A FEW DEdltLMILE ROOMS. WITH steam power, rood elevator service ami first elass janltorsblp. In tbe POST 11UILDINO, for rest at law rates to rJrstoIaas taaaau. Apply to ST1LSON IIL'TCIIINS, 914 Post Dulldtng, or FltANK MAGUIKE, uirln t end eat. I'llIfiONAI,. AitrtrHtmunti umJtr IMt AtaJ, fbvr lliut or Im, (mti&r out imtrtlefu; so chUi for tAnt, I F YOU CAN SBU. INSURANCE I WAST I to see you. FRANK 11. THOMAS. SST F ataw. J"1'1 NOW IB TnE TIME. WE WILL PAY "trig Burner" for genu' Sret-olass seo mxlhaiul clotbinc. Address or eall at JL'bTH'B QUI STAND. SIS D St. B. w. yoit KI1S.T iiouatw. AdftrlUniunU tnuurtM4 Atatl, fmtrHiuttr Im, SS Sfltft for am (aMfUea.' M tttUt for thru, TOR RENT-UNFURNISUED- lJflKIavenw.UM.TT 18 00 Kit Mass ave. IT rs and stable uuoco IlllKttBV.lin Joooo lattCofiBave, 14 m ITS oo 14th tt ex . IS rs Wfl CO lastMKBW.Un ISO 00 lsXeUKhstn w.llrs 15 oo tSOSIIttHW, lira 1U 00 lTSTQttn w. lire k0 00 U60CbaptBstBW, lira W0 M Ute Pstaw.lfn 10W TiiM b w.iim )ooe Lafayette fequaM, 15 rs sis Est a w, r St B us Cbapia st a w, m 15 oc msNat.u rs mea ltlSSStbstBW. Mis S&W SfSS Riilyer Pu, M l (5 SO 1S1SOM a w. lira as as (Me N Vara, Mr em WW Coaa ava a w. U r WOO l-NfcU)bst.SN SAW HwgtMsauaatt. rs M!llifif1c.N auKw.iN i:wiit. t iaat tK-fYav.rs M Pst, lwM.tN tSSa IMS ml B w, T rs 45 al UIMSktaw.SM JiMP.Tj, mat taaataihataw.TN S M ttt Mtb t a w. at w IMS WaXlart,''r: .'.'.'.". 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VUK aALtt MfOKULAMMUci. kaaBBBBVaaBBBBBkafaBBSat aBaTtaaaTaT aaaaaf aaaBBaTaL BbbbbbT aaataatat aat Vaatfa 9 fisfltaaf fyf MW ifttHflflW-f' tf MaWat Jhf (bHsbL fjiuf .tvuJt-fatt; risB.ooiff ttott 1- DviuaB m tnuirgxl wuuaux. uatta at taa staata ut wuuat aaua. Jatevtt iMMtaAUt TaVJatotoULV aswir 15 tan. pwiuturs aad a Biiodsoa) pj.ir uf ouckar auaalalaTMofceu w abi li aad woudtock, retnev.rs ua laud sOLtsi antuutiia. Dcoaeu w uiiu.uxi. tur vattr: ataiufi aad til broud ul du "ukU-a-toed." ttOC st . iufat UMaTttY At, K)TAT. rgaALE-AJsOl I' 17 M-BJto Q 4B at a a eataaaad. ua taa Una uf tba sVk. j ttadayJfbr'ttuBMBBa beiagapart ii uw laM loiat Juauce vBasst, ouu. taouaui l ." a guud utieurtUKiit j uaxncuUnt, urioa, atv . BBOTO. as tt at a w. Vat Uf UCIMbC. m a. Bl'aUY .X U OF DKBDei FUtt AU. vj. btaiiu and Tarr urlao, it& La. ave , ooa. Sty Sail iTsttitt SuiaTiaar absloRtai y aat fact onaaMtnm- AOdraasur wlf 4t. aarnaBaasBBsasBSKE gsx9sssBsaBBBBasfX dstaatMtvuii fcttucsUrva LAUREL HEIGHTS. frettleM i-encry and Healthiest Titration on the B. O. R. R. A new sntstivWon over tonkitig the srowlng ctty of Laarel. First 10 Lots will be nM at BAtF PRIO 7,3W to SCjBW sqnare feet $15, $25, $45, $60, $5, On Esq TeirMt No Interests . . Fnprnses "t down nnd hits at rock bottom prices. Carusi, Evans &. Carusi, im r STiti.irr n. w. ju3.1m rou sAi.it iiotisiN. AHttrlltmtmtt tmster UUt hmri, fr Msknt sr Iws, ttntt fa- m4 tnnrHmU S8 omftDr trw. JJOH SALE-A BAROAtlf IF SOLD AT " once; S story nnd basement briok honvs; i rooms nnd bath: nil mod Imps; situated at No. 4SS 1 st n w; price l1,sno; terms one third cash, balance 1, ami S years. Apply to FRANC IS lU'FTY. tSOlFstnw- frl7 W TTOR 8ALR-1N ALEXANDRIA. SROOM frame house, Just finishing; nrdrantln yard; lot lSxll.V snag home: price, $"!W. Ap ply to ROUBItT J. TIlOMAS, Room No. 9, U 1Mb St. I?OR SALE-FRAME HOUSE 006 IN 36 ! foot alley, bet (Hh and 10th nnd O and II sts 8 w; 7 rooms; hall on both floors; oloseta fronting the Potomac; 15 per cent Invest ment; lot 3I feet front by Mi deep, feet from tWh st. A pplywlt hln. T?OR SALE-THREE OF THE CHEAPEST I' Imnses In Washington, 100, 10S ami lie 11th sine; two-story and basement, brown stono trimmings; T rooms and Imth; eleotrio bells and gas! price, M,MX) each, SSOO oasb ttnlanco lo suit or trade for good lots. nut salt: and hunt. T EAL ESTATE Ill'LLETIN THOMAS K. WAfltlAMAN, BIT F street. Changes made Wednesdays ami Satunlays. J-STOItY UIUCK AND FHAMlTnoUSES FOR 8ALK.'V" llsa SOth tt n w. f li. s rs, and t houses roar JMV) lSUDstn w. f h. Srs 5n aaaMtosaaipstn w. fh.s n 5.000 ltlSSMlistn w. lh, 8rs 1, W1 tnfttotlt llaar's alley n w.bh, t rs..... -Sfin) 117 and ISW Madison st n w. f b. t r. ' andgbh rear Irwi Wl toMftatdstn w. bh. Srs 4Jo0 4tNstnw, fb, irs, and 2 bouse rear 4,(U) MIS nth st n w.f h. . rs S,TT5 WMStb t 11 w, till, Srs SJRM enLstnw. b h. Trs S,v WWNst n w.bh. Trs JfllHHbiln w. lib, a rs Jno 41 and 4M Illdge st n w. f h. 5 rs tjnn 4TLst n w.bh. in I, Mrs W) ISlt sthitn w. f h, trs i:.ltilit ti w. bh.Srs.i. '...'. tjOM lsiaand Ink) lAWrace st n w, f h, Srs... V0OO 4iH and O si alley n w, f h. t r ijs SQstnw.f h.5 rs 100 UNIJIPROVED ntOPBRTY FOR SALE. Per foot. Patt lot 5. K st. Iet ISth and 17th tlSBW.fl.Mi Lst.bet IMhaml ltthstanw J 00 tst, bet 1Mb and 1Mb stan W.... 2 75 :thtt, bet Rand Sn w 1 75 1Mb it, bet E and F sts n w 15 Dun barton are aad IMmII it, SOth aad 31st sfsn w 1 ss SOth it, bet NandO stsn w 1 O st, bet 1st and l sUb w SB 7th st abovatlrant ave n w 5fl 11 and C. HI and st U li . HOUSES FOR RENT. Per month. HIS lOthstn w.llrs i lTltlStbttnw.ltrs 55 M lets iota tt n w. 10 rs MM (loll ttn w, 7rs WW ISIS Corvoran st u w, 11 r ton) KCDstnw Srs M niST.t n w,7rs as oo 1105 Nil are nw.Sr no ss&akistn w.9 rs SBW isai Vtarea w,S rs tir W as list nw.Sr S4 UStandlWIOstne. r M00 Sdaoor. 4ShtBW. r a00) setiathstsw.sr teas SMMdaveaw.Sr 17 W leaKKBw. srs ires satl Md ara a w. 4 rs li SS Allay bet A ami B.Sd and tth sts a a, lBtSNstBwiVr'." '.'.!.'.'.'.' '.'.'.'.'-'J.'. 1(00 atSPoataroy tt a w.Sra UfS 7 and 11 Corcoran st u w, 1 r MM (SJackaoast n, J is JO IS LOANS. In saau lo salt at 6 par seat. Tbe above la only a portloa of tbe nrafierty oa my books. For full list call at ottke fur bulletin. Issued oo tbe 1st and 1Mb. yiVcAt 1113 fatreef. Member of Wusliluictou Mock EacliaiiKe. All locul htoiks auil aecurlliea bouulit uutl told. MU.NHY Ttl LOAN, MOVBY TO UUAil ON IJOOB SECUBiTY. TTTLE tO.trSLaav. IM 0'BY, in .iio. a! mm. TO LOAX ON BKAL BBTATB SlaUUlttTY. AT i AN0 FBK CBJIT. M M. FABKBtt. Ml Fat. It 1 UKBY TO LOAX 111 laSasaataaaU Oa AMsKHrad Baal Batata Stvuxttr. B.B. WABS . IX., i.. atarwa w. A I OalBY TO UUXQM BJUL BaTATB OK it 1 bt cbtaa tacaiWa at bMsaat rate uf wtetast. Bo aalay wbara aacarttrt auaa. o. C. tTiiftK. at.7tb.tow. Si'. BILL. BBAL BaTATB ABO LlUBst . Bargalaa in ail pafU uf taa city. Ufa aad Fir Iuur .. Coraag Stk aad Fats a w. La Droit Building. TWTA1XMBMT lAAMa-WX ABE 48 1 tboftdbTtbaUuluti facarttfTU la saraaca aad Truat Coausuy of FbUadalpab toadvatwa atuaay oa taspfuved paoaactyia Vasaiaatoa aa to 7S hi at- acaataat at bat valaav wtta or wttboat Bis Btaaraaaa toaaa payabla la atualbly or aaartarly la atallmaatt, tuaatag s, U, isurwraata. & atauy uwtaaciM taa Btvyaatati aatlaas thaa tTrwatatof ilajaaaTT-i (TaaBM Jt 3gt, UatFsta w Bkeriiq if Itvfm ni m Flfit pAs4FBBJLL CABaUMbTOB. ATTOathiBY AT LAW, vashimiiiiOT. 9 v Waaatat Lav BfjaUaac- WasatsiBi st. Ttti B stiiraat nisTtaajaatji WB ATTOatBBYa a,na atWaaaTaUaaBS. apsssssssa5 -w saassap'sav vvr 'sajasaBSBBssaBsBBBBv Klriatnat. WjMUUjShiMm jp y. SSa itflSS Tw "WriDiaWrilT fHBfl EBj ATTOBBBY ATLAW. au and 3Bt t at . chaum'ty BbBMm. Mat i,uaisiia av , VaaWMMkavK rtaauS cuttf. "arM Ssa. VlWRB'tk ja nfP WW a piAasfw tPap 4 RffaJB "j ffvfiPPpMVIVPp a Asn as Law. UX-m .a g gpiBg, 9 0,- J ALlliaaVioBSaOB. All'UixNEt AT LAW, .1. U , Ml.. !..U (TV fctCs Vl Wsyi wAvs-,rj,ry Jiat CfcurvV FOR SALE! HOUSES. A Assab at akydkg MB h . o-Prory mm nil-nn-nn iw-rt-joi c r r. hmiM; nX Mutton) tWtjTJwt.l5; A.tui c t7 Prtea, f cto 8-stoty frame btnrse.wtth large lot; itia'. on Sixth street, natwaan B and C m. 877 Prtea, :t,000 S-atorr brtch hotiae, crmtalnlna n rot-" and bath';' Mrt of lot, 1875; sttuatc on ' street sw. PHee, ow 3-storr and back bnlMIng brick dwciiir' , contalninsT JO rw tns; alt modem Imp'v' ments; sftaata on cornarof Slntb and U streets sw. 4(8 rth, s oiv. 9-stor)- hrtek twmss., n rooms and a'l situate on I, street, between North Caiit 1 and First streets nw. 4fJR Price, W B-stry brick honse, crmtatnlng 12 r.M m all modern Impnrfetnanta; situate No. 'j.l K street nw. 498 Prtee, $io,W. 8-story brick bonse, 10 rontiw; alio of b.', Sox ISA; sttaate No. 14 N st, nw. S81 Mee, $10,000. 9-story ami basement; brick house. 7 rooms and twth; sttnateon New Itampshlia arena, bet. I, ami M sts, nw. 4B rrtce, f,S00. 9-slory ft-room Wck bonse: sltuatn on tlevelamt ave., bet, 19th anil 13th, W at.a Boundary. 4(18 l'rtee, i 1,000. 2-story 6-room brick bonse, on Wallatb llace. 481 Price, f4,0. 9-story O-rooM brick bonse; situate on Wallach Place. 4411 Prke, $5,100. S-story Ulek bonse, containing 11 rooms amt bath; ami all modern Improvements, situate No. 1980 (1 at. n. w 4W1 Price, 115.000, Improved proerty on the north side of (1 st., wide front. 444 Price, WO0O. A large stable properly In. a desiraMcl!) cation; now under, lessa to aood tcua1 , patlnrU treent, SI7 . Price, fJMsX). 41M Frame dwelling, (Irani ave., Mejut Pleasant. Price, 7,000. 4P0 Fonr alley, bouses, eontalninc 4 rooms; each rent for $15 tier month. l'i! c, t(I,500. 48U 8- room frame bouse, lot 90x75, On Lt tt, se. Price, t,H00. 497 9-story amt cellar brick bonse, ) rooms ami rath; Mtaate oa Colur&t 3 IleigbU. Price, $10,000. Houses In Alexandria, Vn, J-story hrtcfc fl welling-, 13 rooms, w h ofttee annex ami large tide kits; sltu.itc en cor. Duke ami St. Asatdt eta.; lot 7,-xk,J. $500. B-story ami back Imllding dwelllni;. r - lalnlngl'J rooms and bath; lot 70xW) Mt UateNo. Oil Prince st, 4 Price, W-VJ0. 8-story and back building brick hour, containing 13 rooms; situate oa southeast cor. Prince and Patrick sts. 4W Prke, f-1,m 4-tlory brick dwelling bouts, built In tt:o most substantial manner, containing -0 rooms; size of lot 53x112. 881 Price, t6,S00. 3-story ami back building brick he ie, coBtalnfng 8 rooms, situate en C'olum' js at., near Prince. 4t0- Price, ntOO. 4ae 3-story brick dwelling: aousc, mn talnlng 10 rooms aad all atodera Improve await; large tl4e yard; situate on or. WasblngtoB ami fjamaroa at., oppo- 'c Old C'brUt Church. Alexandria, Vs. 'ir.Ts I tbe beat Mtttattott la Alexandria, rrlce, rS,eoo. Teraw-Oaa-talnl caab, balance oca ami two year. IloHtes at Falls Cliurch, Vs. A sew cottage, situate only 3 minute' walk frosa Kails Church station, W A. O. K. K., Vs., coatalalagt) rooms, bath, ran try, ami truuk room; tire of lot, UOxlW ft. Price, $3,100. Tariaaaaay. AliO A new cottage, situate orly S Baluutea' walk from Fall Church ttatior, V. A O, K. K., Va., eoatalatag, itrlor, diaiag-rooas, kttcaaa, t bad-Moau, baib, tarvaaU' rooat aad attic. Price, $3,500. Tarats aay. Vat'Hut Urouuil Norllieutt uuil hontli tutl, AH a, sasiaie taB4,.M,.M....,. CV tl it &antk lttat... mi... u " IMS... Half of M II11 Jlati " H I M 1 U H ! 1 4 1 1 M M U a 11 -AXIW WHOLE SQUARES -IK- ROSSLYN. WffTaW WKrw9fhr FRANCIS HUFTY Bar! Stat Broker, Xmt 1 fcuect, WaaMMatMav ti. t jgmm-............. JHa.M"". M.IMW. , tai,..... ............ .... aay...MMM.,M. ....... Jc aw.,...... m.w ... -. Rpmvf:, ,....4.. ....... 01 Jt MM.. ,.... -hV JBfcaaa a aa " -1 tit Ktt. "1WP" j ! w -L V.1 Mnutuff pais,s -" VtPPaaa a a4Aa !. sPRiWaa tA. awWti , san w" ' WRa4jafaMMa C'.