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THE DA1XY CEITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 20, 1800.
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AT THE CAPITOL
mEftALDBMOCUAXffi VICTORIES
IN TUB HOUSBTO-MY.
REED (0T SOCH A PS BOSS AFTER ALL
The Speftkir Giws Bxprwsfen to
&me Significant Vim.
THE COMPOSITION OF THE COMMUTES
Which Will Gmratter Vfec Free Oeinage
BUI Dfetrtet MftHers.-.Tlw Fisk
OmmiwteB IsmttgalMm.
There wm it significance In the prayer
f ClisplMn Mltburn when be opened
the procceillngs of the House at noon
to-day. He prayed that the Almighty
might "cool the fevered pulses" of the
members, an obvious anticipation of a
repetition of the exciting scenes of yes
terday, When be hail concluded Speaker
Hecil announced that the question wai
on the approval of the journal of yes
terday as amended by striking out the
reference made by the Speaker of the
Senate Silver bill to the Committee
on Coinage, 'Weights and Moas
ures. After some sparring between
Messrs. McKlnlcy and 21111s, It
was decided that the pending motion
was tbo demand made by Mr. 31111s for
me previous nuostion on uio approval
of the journal, and pending yestonlay
tvben the House adjourned. The
Speaker put tho demand, and, after
some more sparring, tho yeas and nays
ivcro ordered. During tho roll-call tho
galleries began to fill. Any unusual or
excittnir proceeding in tlicltotiso always
attract a crowd, and today was no ex
ception to tho rule. The gallcrlos to
which ladles are admitted wore, as
usual, well tilled.
a DBMocnATic vicfonY.
When the roll call was concluded
and it was mado known that the de
mand was carried, Mr. McKlnlcy
changed his vote from no to ayo in
order to move a reconsideration. Tho
Speaker then nnnounccd that the pre
vious question was ordered ayes, 120;
nays, 122. The Kopubllcans voting
with tho Democrats were: lt.irtlne,
Carter, Do Haven Herrmann, IColly,
Morrow and Townsond of Colorado
Tracy of Now York voted with tbo
ltcpubllcans.
Mr. McKlnlcy, amid a derisive shout
f i om a segment of the Democrat, moved
In rrcotulilor. Mr. Mills of Texas
quickly moved to lay the motion on tho
table and tho yeas and nays were again
ordered.
Again the Democrats, with the as
sistance of several Ilepubllcans. tri
umphed. The motion of Mr. Mills to
lay the motion to reconsider on the table
was carried yeas, 131; nays, 120. Tho
r.uostlon then recurred to tho approval
of the journal-ns amended, and Mr. Mc
Klnlcy demanded the yeas and nays.
DAllOAM HKLI'S TIIK FIOHT.
Boforo the vote on this motion hail
been announced, It was whispered about
that It had resulted In a tie, which
really defeated tho motion. Mr. D.ir
gan of South Carolina and Mr. Tracy
of New lork, Democrats, voted "No '
with the ltcpubllcans. Mr. Dargan
at once became the centre of
attraction. Tho Democratic leaders
gathered about him and implored him
to change his vote. Their elTorts were
successful. Mr. Dargan was recog
nized before the result was announced,
and stated that he desired to chanife
his vote from "No" to "Aye."
Then the Speaker announced that the
yeas were 133, the nays 130, and the
journal as amended, was approved.
The Democrats made no demonstration
on the announcement of their victory,
and the reading clerk began reading the
journal of yesterduy's proceedings.
On the conclusion of the reading
Speaker Heed stated that the journal
would stand approved without objec
tion.
Mr. Stewart of Vermont asked for
recognition to present the conference
report on the Anti-Trust bill.
Mr. Uland of Missouri raised the
question of consideration.
JIK. HLAXIl'S HKtOLUTIOK.
Mr. Wand's purpose was to offer the
following resolution:
That Jloute WU 5881, directing tUe pur
chase of silver bullion awl the Wie of
Treasury uo4u thereon and for other pur
pom, with Senate amendments, be taken
from tbe Speaker's table and Senate
sineBdueat eoneurred la.
Tbe House determined ys 114,
nays 18(8 to consider tbe .;onfereaee
report.
In the Senate
The PoOoUke and the DipioeaAtic
and Consular Apwejwlalioa WIU were
n portal ta the Senate.
Mr. Stewart seat to Ike Clerk's dealt
and bod rend a special Washington
dUmtfch to a Philadelphia paper de
w.ribiBg an imaginary conflict between
Liw and Senator Reagan. He denied
tbe story utterly and said that be and
Hcnaior rasns were f rteiuls.
Mr. Plait doubted tbe propriety of
pay hag alU&tloB to Waanlngtoa special.
lie thougnt the people of the United
States understood by tide time that
suck spuria! wet to be Uk wtot
many erabtf of allow.
Mr. Hengnn said UuU wfcen the nut
ter was ftt PUbttahed he and Senator
Stewart luui looked U wer and thought
best te ket H a -. The -I
atcm was evidently tbe work of a
t-enius J lying, who ought to he pun
Uhcatork.
After Junker tea-uks. casvdderatioB
of the Ileve. Executive and
Judkial Aptwooriailon Wfl wag le
sunl. and Use miieisshnetit pendtn
y tt,U-ty to lCHeee Hut Salarto of e
lUntsMafclMQBttf MMtl JLWhlAftt OWaWnftAft"
j-ione of tbe Land OtJlce was
agreed to.
M. kUrrfc naotred to ooojri'e
ei x&A a """"ilnfainf of e Sob-
i wTBPH oiia ms mmBwwimmwns -
Mi. Ms ri-to-tod Mm wvgmitlfM,
HtttHFvw hui to ry 0
-uUt for h atall-vnCMi houos
X tavt fntnaJhit tolo no anatr
u,ujUU- a wiperiaUjOikot. 'fhtre
i ughA. h stM. sacatlcUy. fc he two
r thw ue to ecb hore. a
-iptiioc of the athttsh,iei.
usnwhhKlfr of aUW. a piad
btiW of staUw ai horsjta.
a chfet ctetif . a wimr for of
iiurM olkrkh, wivtK 3tfy m4
uIcohflUK. 'fb. fetf & A" tntaVsto
Kal fc JWaily wasoutahte
i.ihjau. h4 ood pcrtwo would get
fh am;iidnol . niicd vtt (
irdr.
UahaUEnWsS Jktt VflMtfilWnMt
Mr. $ight,ftiy totoodurad to the
fetaaat hU to ycovfcfa It th wwovtkl
..f sXovM, hiswriet and dfatHferlmi is
Vutisftus eHy on Hut ujuiolatoi of
HaOM ruildiiijf i iti innaiMatfl
ViiitMy . It V'vkl Uwt rui
shall r mmle on th rowplMnt to the
Dlstttct OowiiilwlotfBrs of a flwitorlty of
tbe c!tlH8 on tire mw wmcti are
In th ImmetWtite vicinity of sttch an
nrfnWhlinnerit, that it Is a "nnhmnce ot
an lnjnty" to tire property h U nelgh
bOTriflwl, tli OommliilflWBTS slMtll otbW
It Tertftvtd beyewl HrwwlaTy street I f
not rtwwwfl fa sixty days tfre Coiwrttt
sroners art to take charie of It and pw
a sp to the brrtinew. The owners In
swcJi a case to be liable to Iwdlctmettt
ami One not exceeding Ave thonwml
(WjOOO) dollars.
The subcommittee of the House Dis
trict Conunittee hml a hearing Ihh
morning on the Mechanics' Lien law.
Messrs. Iteginald Femlall, II. Host
Perry, J. A. Itlce and W. V. Pwlge
argttetl In favor of the amendment ap
proved bv the Bar Association. Mews.
S. C. Nealc. Thomas Smith ami Mr.
llow of Barbour llow , opposetl any
Wglslatlon on the matter, thinking the
law h well enough as It Is. No action
wa taken.
Detective Work appeared liefore the
sub-committee and argued In favor of
the bill now before tlie committee in
rewnl to pawnbrokers and Junk dealers.
The IH11 Is recommemleil by the District
Commissioners ad Chief of Police
Moore. No action was had.
The full committee, every member in
town being present, only Messrs. Grout
and Atkinson being absent, con
sidered the Suburban Hallway bill,
but took no action. They also
considered Mr. Moore's bill forbidding
the advertisement of lotierios In the
newspapers of the District. No action.
The Douglass liquor license bill was
selected by the committee from the
two sent by the Commissioners for con
sideration. No action .
Mr. Ingalls to-day reported bick fa
vorably from the Senate District Com
mittee the bill to retwy Thomas .1.
Parker $ 10.80 taxes erroneously paid
for sewer against pait of lot 3, square
50. It has already pascd the House.
Mr. Illalr from tbo Committee on
Kducatlon and Labor reported back
favorably Senate bill to Incorporate the
trustees of tho National Industrial In
stitute In Wellington, D. C, with
amendments. Tho Incorporators are
Arthur McArthur, A. L. Woodbury, J.
It. West, .T. H. Syphen, A. V. Wagga
mon, M. W. Vaughn, W. 11. Webb, .T.
11. Kdmunds, W. W. Union, II. 11.
Ilancroft, J. W. Ashford.M. Q. Emory,
J. 1 Flanders. Charles Pclham and
Charles Worthtngton.
I'Uh CoininlsMon lnvcMlcntliin.
The Senate Commiltoo on Fisheries
this morning went to the Fish Commis
sion building to continue the Investiga
tion. They tccalled K. T, Kogers and
Georito 11. it. Moore of tho commission.
They examined In chief S. P. Uarttett
of Qulncy. 111.. In charge of fishing in
terests in that State. Also the follow
ing employes of the commisson:
K. C. Bryan. F. L. Donclly. W. A.
Dunnlngton, F. P. Fennell, John Gay,
Inspector of llsli stations, and adjourned
with 11. A. Gill, disbursing olllcer of
tho commission, on the stand. The in
vestigation will go on to morrow at 11
o'clock In the same place.
Tho Coiniioalttiin or tliM Cniilinlttrn.
The Committee on Colnag o, Weights
and Measures, to which the Silver bill
ns pasted by the Senate was referred by
Speaker Heed, Is composed of the fol
lowing members:
l!fMilllcaii9 Edwin II. t'onger of town
(chairman), Clmrlwi I'. U'tcklmm of Ohio,
JMeph II. Walker ot .MawlnitU,
Thomas II. Carter of Moutaua. S. O. Com
stock of Mlmieoota, Horace F. Ilartlno of
Nevada, Cliarlea J. Knapn of New Vofk
and Abiir Taylor ot Illinois.
Demoorata Jtlcuaril I'. llUn.l ot Ml
fourl, Cliarlea Tracey of New York, Wil
liam Mutchler of Pennsylvania, W. K. Wil
cox of Connecticut, Jamea It. Wllllaifts of
Illinois anil Antouio Jopb (Delegate) of
New Mexico.
The committee Is clearly made up
against free coinage or any decided
step In that direction.
sir. I-elilljHch itetum.
Mr. Lehlbachof New Jersey returned
to-day. He has been absent on private
business of a very important character
and would not have returned but for
the battle royal now going on, In which
his party Is getting worsted.
The Cloilnc Votea In 1'eatenlajr'a IS.ittla
After refusing to lay Mr. Mills' reso
lution to strike from the journal the
reference of the Free Coinage bill to
House Committee on Coinage, Weights
and Measures, the House adopted the
resolution by 120 to 118. Mr. McKln
ley ehanged his vote from nay to yea,
making the ollklal vote slam! 121 to
117. He then moved to reconsider, ami
pending that to adjourn. The House
refused to adjourn by 110 to 140. Mr.
Mills then moved to lay Mr.McKtnley's
motion to reconlder'on the table. It
carried by 121 to 114.
The question then came up w the
preamble of the resolution, which, ia
i-ifect, censured the Speaker. It was
voted down by yeaB 109, nays 121. The
silver HepuUlcaM i. ., those from
the silver producing States whose votes
bad made It possible for the Dewoefats
to carry their point refued to censure
tbe Sneaker. Mr. Milk offered to
withdraw the preamble, but 3Iesers.
McKinley and Lodge objected, and a
vote on it was forced, with the result
stated.
The Ilepublicaus who voted against
their party were lionise of Nevada,
Carter of Montana, De Haves of Cali
fornia, Kelley of Kansas, 3 lor row
of California and Towneead of
Colorado. Upon the motion Itself
Mr. Fuaatoa of Kansas first voted yen
end then ehanged to bo aaUd cries of
"Ah" fram the Dewoerata and applause
on tho Kepublicaa Jtht. O all other
vote he voted, with hk party without
waveriftg.
Mr. Km of Iowa and Mr. Ljad of
Minnesota voted with the Doanocrassoa
the Dial roll vail, to lay Mr. Mills' reo
lution on the table. After that they
TjiibeaitU'd to the pawty laah and voted
with their own side every Uwe.
The Uouatt then adjourned lb V
without having approved the journal.
Mr. K4etE t)xalM a Uas.
There a f uany acene hi the Hooat
durtng the ItPuswiMi over Xr. hUat'e
reaoiwtiofi yeaWsdey. Mr. SitCsf. of
California ta uuaint old charactor.
Ib the ceeiit of the dehnto he arose to
ask Mr. Peters queesioit. Thar hvUer
nawesed, but BlKgs lBaisMd an wk
hMt a afinevh out of oedesr. Tn StlMlnhes'
zefiainssidH yfijh hjhei to wsViv, hui
Bigg would not tJt down, blindly
ftlhUVlsf SHaUl aWtmimnL lat ft. WafV Iflfclll IMMIl
ppsssssssssW sssssss pssssj a ssjpjr ssfssssn. twsssissfp
"Wtll the gestltotMii jwtH he to
wder i"
"I will,'1 euswered Mr. ttigga.
Thru the genlk-aM ftoto U-'iU
(Mr. Crip) is retojjnued."
10$ then left his seat ttd walked
a to the Speaker ' deak and btM to
Mu the quesiioB with hUu li
to vein, however, the Snufckr htaoc
phduftJe. Thtv Mi Bi retaro4 to
hi seal and (wUeed to the Up of hk
mehjhbor, UtnerU toob. the Taw
waity wariiur. The Umw laughed
heartUy. and the episode helped the
wiiniif rii to retain iOod hUflOJur naths
lftM4lnMAl
The ticeat stehu.vt 6 J of i hAhhug
anli'fc t goiee vw at Hi eeWJj ktseef
auRfewcai Sttll cuntinuwt Hue Moo'.
Jkt' M4 Cbildftu't (.Tottuuij aelUiij; t
Half frict TLi , uuuU uf thv irm Wit
Lc kcUled 4t uiii tall and we and cuw-
ujt L'rM.ciK ill iScVtiitU aUnt UurU4(.ct.
THE ENTOMBED MINERS
TAPPIH6S HEARD FKMI TH HTTERrOR
- OF THE COllIERY.
Jrlfnie of .Tby amt Hrent KsMtfiiHnnt
nt Dnntmr Ilrtcwera nt wetK.
Sneecs MnvObmnTo'NlRht
lrsBAK, June 20. The lmprt0Bi
miners have been heart! from. At 4
o'clock hit evening, the men wwkmg
In the head of the entry throngh which
the rewmlng party Is wotkinglte way,
sent wonl down the entry to keen owlet.
F.very one did so, ami in a moment
"pick," "pick," for a doren times,
came the signal from the Inside. Then
the men went to work with renewed
vigor. The men Inside cannot be
reached for many hours yet. The res
cuing party Is within a few feet of the
line leading from the Mahoning to the
j mi farm mice, jsitt utter tuat is
reached the men will have to drive
through sevenly-flre feet of coal to
reach their comrades.
The news that the entombed miners
had been heard from spread quickly
throughout the little mining town, ami
In a short time the mouth of the Ma
honing Mine was crowded. At least
500 people were gathered there ami the
excitement was Intense. About 8 o'clock
Mine Boss Gray came up from the slope
with the report that the sound of the
tapping against the wall had been heard
and that the rescuers were working like
heroes.
A CHILD'S t)ttrrOIXTMRXT.
At 11 o'clock 1,000 people were at the
mine. In some way or other the news
was spread that the then were safe.
Kvery one who had friends In the mine
was there. All camo with bright
ened faces. An air of mystery swept
over the place. Policemen were dumb.
When a man came out of the mines he
was silent as the grave. Little Mary
Smith, 8 years old, heard that the men
were safe. Her father was In the mine.
She camo up alono.
"Where Is my fathor T" she asked as
she cninc up to the mtno-harrtors.
"He is not out yet," said n man
who stood by.
The little girl burst into tears. She
was disappointed. Disappointment
was not the word. It was more than
that. It was grief, only such as Is
seen under the most distressing circum
stances. riUKSTS DOWN IN THE MINK.
General Manager Hnzzard was seen
late In the evening. "You may say that
there arc men down In the mine alive.
Wc do not expect to reach them until 3
or 3 o'clock to-morrow morning. They
will bo taken caro of. The Catholic
priests arc down in the mine at the
present time. They will stay there till
tho opening Is made. I have ordered a
corps of physicians to bo nt hand ready
for anything. Wo don't want to let the
people know outside because the excite
ment would be too great. We will
reach the men. You may say that the
company Is doing all they can to rescue
tho men."
Late last nleht Bert Wormley came
out of the mine. He aald that for
some time the men at work In the
Mahoning mine had not heard a sound.
"We will not reach the mine before
to morrow morning," said Mr. Worm
ley. "I am sure that only two men
can work at a time where we are dig
ging." TIIKY MAY KK lUSSCCKn TO-NlOIIT.
After working with all possible energy
all night tho relief parties find this
morning that there Is still 190 feet of
slate and coal to go through before the
imprisoned miners can be reached. No
more tapping has been hoard, but It Is
thought that the minors will lie reached
by tl or 10 o'clock to-night.
TUG JOYOUS NEWS UKNtF.H.
PiTTsnntu, June 20 S.W i m. A
Lctuler reporter has just arrived from
Dunbar and slates that there is posi
tively no truth in the statement
that signals from the entombed
miners were heard by the rescuing
party last evening or during tbe night.
He states that the mine superintendent
telegraphed this morning to the oraclak
of the Dunbar Furnace Company In
Philadelphia that he did not
expect to reach the men before
Sunday, and that there Is now no hope
whatever that they will be found alive.
The distance to be dug at ten this morn
ing was about 180 feet through roek
ribs, slate, and coal. Only three men
can work at a time and progress i
necessarily slow.
Interior llcpuruueut t'hunce.
Tbe following olhcial changes have
been made in the Department of the In
terior. Office of Indian Affairs Trans
fer to General Land Office: Mrs. Georgia
Loekbart of Iodkaa. clerk, fl.m
General Land Office Appoiutiueut:
William Morey, jr., of Maine, clerk,
$1,300. Transfer to Pension Office:
Mrt. Jawee E. Shepherd of New York,
clerk. 1.200. HeeignatioB: Ltodley S.
Anderson of Arkansas, clerk, $1,300.
Pension Office A. S. McCoy of DkUtet
of Columbia, clerk, $1,406 to $1,400;
JoeHannoe of North Carolina, ft. 000
to $l,-). MUs Lena Terry of Illinois,
t00 to fl.000: D. K. Buckingham ot
Delaware, $00 to $1,600.
Tbe Spaakar'a View.
"The Free-Coinage hill W Wore Use
Cooatuitue on Coinage, Weights and
Measures."
Thus spoke Speaker Reed thk wm
inf juat before he iijiiiwail the Chair.
Keverthekas, with the journal
aittnttded hy Mr. Mitts TeaoletiOB,
the teat reference to the Free
Coinage bill k its reeeptio fitm
the Senate. Aitindlng to the official
records of the House, therefore,
the UU U on the Speaker's table. Only
the arbitrary wUl and deaperate deter
uduaUun of the Speaker to defeat thk
bill bo nsattet by what regit tee and
revolutionary means, can prevtul a
itcogBitk of thk fact.
ui in1-" ur i'i
K AJkAS City, Ma, Jtue aOt The
miiisftton tkni the Tiene Misfifliiirl
PneBttnf Ab0intto4 would he die
toived ws verined at he Bihetlig yeeter
dny. The TOadi leiftteajMated Wife. Hue
Mfatrafi Psveine. Snake Fa, HiiritofV-n
frl Mofthwrn, Pajstvef sjnd InVo ftoujadg
Miwphti route, stock lahwd, Uhk)
PdZa4 Vtah Ceati. After t
loihijlnin wee tosTeftmi 4ni Wasiitoat d
iourBed
Nu. .in wine IMMuu the ium Wuerj
ikavig, 311 k alau the number uf the
tlffl ils'lfVreit Clothing tiliil k betog held.
erj one vfe-Hteg lffitf aak k awnsi a
iut&S a A butder ol Sit, naesMW heMUM
tiiy uA on every duUer aeaycuik- Iktu't
w.f ti eeet aucet euixnwoai.
1 inrairattlir Ur. WeM.
Mr StsBOS W.!f. who kea New
York oa Thunatoy uW, Jujfte 4. upon
the aMwattr Yhitork .acuiW for
SUnoiie. will he tettdja&ed a siieBjade at
ti:19oi.hM toiis i vesdiut by thu tiitnBJjiir
husd. a t'oBtinot'ed h Qoiach's bud,
at hk waUeo. lUJJrUth. atreei Borih
t-
luvi Jul I. lit )t:tUi dfU-s ti Ltll
PurUtar k N uu, t u.UU.et Be. r
DECBHDANTS OF PTRfOTS.
Ihe TTotk Don Jy the ,. 6t the
Amerlrnn Jlevntntton."
The organization called "The flotts
of the American Revolution," exhtlng
In witne thirty States of the Union and
making headway In this great eHy, h In
notWttg sectional, but Is brow! arl far
reacblnff.desirlng to promote the tootl of
all It has aa its head Admiral D. D.Por
ter and Is romposee of stick, material as
Vice President ;Mortcn, Senators Sher
man, Fry, Vance and Hampton, Gen
erals Meigs, ItosecTTiirs, BrerklttrMge,
II. V. Boynton and Joeeph F.. .ToJinston,
with President Dwlehtof Yale College,
the Chaplain, and with the Indorsement
and commendation of the Bight Hev.
Bishop Keene.
JudgftWIIHam II. Arnouv, president
of the Bar Association of New York
clly, who recently addressed the society
at the Arlington Hotel In this city, de
clared that, In his opinion, the organl
ration must be a grand sneeem at the
National Capitalthat even the
great city or New York looked
to Washington to lead In such
matters. The 22d of Febnrary,
Washington's birthday, Is scarcely ob
served fit New York. The Fourth of
duly celebration should be revived, and
this society has already appointed a
committee to prepare a programme to
celebrate the day. Hon. W. C. P.
Breckinridge ami other distinguished
men belonging to this organization Will
be present and take part In the
proceedings, which will be char
actcrlrcd by lofty patriotism.
It Is refreshing to see the wave of pa
ttiotiim which has been passing over
our country, brought about by the
oreanlrlng of societies everywhere of
tho descendants of the Revolutionary
patriots for purely patriotic purposes.
Within a very shoit time It has resulted
in a general movement to place
tho Stars and Strips on the
school houses and even to the enact
ment of State laws requiring that wher
ever there Is a school there the Hag
shall float. These societies have In
augurated a ceneral celebrating of an
niversaries of prominent events of the
Revolution. Their motto Is: "Let
every man who cares for his country
and for bumanitv lend a hand to en
courage this good work. The moro of
such soclstlcs we can lmvo the better."
The societies Of about thlrtv States
have formed ageneral organization, and
ask Congress to Incorporate them. It
Is not thought that there can be any
jealousies which can stand In the way
of a hearty and unanimous approval of
this work, and that Congress will do
what thco gentlemen think will lie of
value In their endeavors for the general
good seems assured.
Appointment at it Meillcnl llonril,
A board of medical officers, consist
ing of Colonel Charles T. Alexander,
surgeon: Major Joseph It. Gibson, sur
geon, and Captain W. K. Hopkins, as
sistant surgeon, has been appointed by
tbe Secretary of War to meet In New
York on the $th instant on business In
connection with the Naval building In
New York city.
For an InTlgoratlng itrlnk Itnlwrt Port
nir's Vienna Cat I net Deer Is the best.
fourth AMlntnnt rnatiiiHiler-dontirat,
The House Committee on PostoQlces
and Post Roads to-day authorized a fa
vorable report on a bill to provide for a
Fourth Assistant Postmaster General at
a salary of $4,000 a year.
Itrciiminsml tlin Trnn.fer.
The Vice-President presented to the
Senate the resolution passed by tbe
Farragut Association of Naval Veterans
recommending tbe passage of the bill
transferring the Revenue Cutler Service
to the Navy Department.
(In the lletlretl Lint.
Robert Stewart, jr., AssUtsnt Kn
glneer. has lieen placed on the retired
lint, to date from June 17.
So in o I'rlilo Left,
Harry (who is seriously affected by
smoking) You don't realise how sick
I am Arthur I say okl mas If any
thing should happen don't tell 'em
'lwa only a cigarette say I drank
myself to death, won't you?
For an luviKoraUug drink Kofcert Port-
nr
it's Vienna Cabinet 1
; Ker l tbe beat.
Acted aa Ilia Uun FooMCIIIer.
Fiuh iar Hutritbun JiUrtat.
An Akron, Ohio, man ate twenty
three bard-boiled egge and then was in
condition for tbe cemetery. He acted
as his own fool-killer and did the work
to the satisfaction ot all.
Tbe Great Bankrupt Sale of CUrtutiuc
which la going on at 311 Seventh street
northwest still eontlnuea. Fine Ma'(,
Bots', and Children's t'lUUIug selling at
Half Price. Tne accounts ot the nrnt inuat
tic settled at onee. Call and Hut and eow
pare price. 311 Seventh street northwest.
ee adverlkenueut on fourth page.
One Way ta I.ook at It,
0tfH t'jxtlUUM.
At the Party. Hans, put down that
eake at ouee; have you no manner
"Hueh, don't speak so loud, papa,
you ouehttobe glad that bo one saw
how badly I have bee brought up."
-- -- w
Caol down the watew drtnfc Kotwj-t
I txiner's Yksuta Canwet hear.
Sisre Than Likely.
Jeaa Ak.
Floor Walker Sow. Mke Crimp, g
at once to your end of the counter and
rirnnle these! Don't tot ma toll you
utsfe than a hundred timet, either -
Cash, No. TT Bluebeard's ket an
other dipllftr est th lament
If yea aast good hear older Kotatrt Purl
act's Y umna tahluet.
LWT ANN 1HILXH.
T ObT-OV kOS&aV XtUfT. 4.S lKlaU
ia aetter. nuatks vbi; had aatteeaUar
un- tletara aamw and reveise iseaM, after
4 oV-hM.. ju P.t a w. Juto.t
T UaT-OK MONDAY V K1KG. iVM
Xj a si rttf wit a wx aef on u
narrDLa Dudat!. 417 Dt a. Tba fin
he rcwardt J by katlne then at thu abuse
ad4reaa ur at V. M JhaU &Brf. " at'e-
MUXKY T 14) AX.
M OKY TO LOU OH GUM SCLSn'.
mi(C,Q Leave.
t t w iw mm.
M..r4ipv
tmi
twm-
H I Jb. TO LOAN
JJJ. t &B.tu Suit
Ob At i.j:ocd
iwsti m&m
al lit ate aecurar
a. 8.
awVats
OKKYTO LOASiaS M4L BafArg U
&t
WMi-insa seenmM w tMWnrm m
eat. ttodolef whegaettijd
tettb-t u m
C, BILL. EBAL BaTATg ASU LOASJL
aa Fire buuraoee. Cuuer stb :J if U
a W. Le teutt Itaddtag.
IkttefhFmaaecBi-UrTuels
pcance ai.4 Truat Companj of I'uUidulvWa
to adeaiice nttuey on htut" ed property ta
Waahlneloii ub to 'ft per oest uf actual m
ket value, with or wiUwut lite luauraave
Loaiui lajab.u in iso&Utly or cjurterly to
StalUBeiit.-, ruaslbs 5, M. 15 uf At leaM. Is
many tiu(u.,.ae the uaimeois are less this
thTWaU-wt atk,u. y B aJlimJt aOJx,
l& F st a w
Eheumatisin,
BEINO dne to the presence of uric
arhllniheW' t,lsmonteffectrallj'
-.irrd by the use f Ayer's SnrMpK
rllla. Be sore yon et Ayft's and no
other, and take it I. I tho polonorw
arii! is thorrmgnly ei -Hod from the
! Hem. Af e etnltreilge attention to this
tostlmony s
"Abwrt two yeTS asfa, after suffering
for nearly tww years from thnmtio
gnnt, hetiM able to walk only with great
(rllsromfctt, and having tried varftms
rented!, hrctwllng minetal water,
wlthont relief, 1 saw by an advertise
ment In a Chicago P"Pr that a man hml
been relieved of this distressing com
plaint, after long snfferlng. by taking
Ayer'a Sarsaparilla. I then decided to
make a trial ot this medlrlne, and took
It regnlarly for eight months, and am
pleased to state that It has effected a
romplete enre. I have since had no re
turn of the disease." Mrs. It. Irving
Dodge, 110 West 138th St., New York.
"One year ago t was taken 111 with
fnltemtmrtOTy rheumatism, being con
fined to my house six months. I came
ont of the sickness very mneh debili
tated, with no appetite, and my system
disordered In every way. I rommenretl
nsing Ayer's Sarsaporilla and began to
Improve at otwe, gaining in strength
and swn recovering my nnal health.
I rannot say too mnch in praise of this
well-known medii Ine." -Mrs. L. A.
Stark, Nashua, N II
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
rnrrAitsn r.T
Dr. J, C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
lr! tl i tx botllw, t. Worth $5 a botlle.
Sl'KClAI. NOTICR.
IX TUB SUl'IlKSIE (t)l'RT OF TUB
iipvTimT orcoi.UMiiiA.THKarrii
DAY Ut'.IUK, A. U. IBW.
rATMCKMUTTOKN,
rialntlff.l,,,, 11W,
h).H.ot tin
Vs.
susax nunrtKN, i
Docket No It.
Eefemmnt. I
On motion of the plaintiff, tij- Mr f'hspln
Prown, Ills lolloltor, it I ordered that tlie de
fendant, Hnan ltudilen, for whom a sum
mons hat been tatted amt returned "not to
tiefootid," pftiiM tier Rppearance to be en
tfred btretnon or lieforo the 8Mt rule day
of the Court ocenrrlne forty days after this
day f JUNE ur, lrt); otlierwlse the came will
be proceeled with an In caeof default Pro
vided a copy ol this order bo Miblkbed In
"Tho Wahlnton Law Hrporter and Wan
iimtok CmTtrat least once a week tor three
uoceelTe wcoki beforo the mht rule Uv.
The object of thi suit Is to obtain an aoo
lute divorce from the defendant on tho
ctoHml of desertion.
W. 8 'OX,.rutKe.
True eopy.
Test- It.. I. MKIO.Cle-k.
tly M. O. CLANCY, AflMant Clerk,
JVP,ltaw.Sw
KaTTFMP01tATtY OFFICE OF TIIK
' WASIltNOTON LOAN AND TillHT J
COMPANY.
If01 P street n. w.
CAPITAL 51.000,000.
Thl Cfimpany bwues cerllneatM of deposit
liearlne Interest n" fidlowa: Oh all amounts
deposited for ninety days or more, bnt les
than six months. 3 per cent, per annum: W
per cent, on depuslls for more than six
months, but leas than a yearand t percent,
on deposits of one jear or loneer.
Hecnred Investmebts for sale.
Moeey loaned.
V. II. ttOlllJsON, See. II. II. W'AKNKK, l'res.
DIKKCTOHb:
Charles It, Palter. Oeorife F. SchafiW,
Jamea I.. Hrlmr. Jolm A. Hamilton,
Oaorire K. Ilartol, Thomas Sonwrrlll.
Ilkhard W. Clay, John A. Hwoiie.
Horace 8. Cummin, J. S. Hworraielt,
J. .1. DarllBrftim, IlatteraUiy W. Talliott,
John Joy gilson. Oeorge Trttetdal),
Charle J. Faulkner, II. II. Warner,
Albert F. Fox, A. A. Vllon,
o. v. Oreen, L. II. Wlae,
William H. Onrley, S. W. Voo.waM,
John 11. Lamer. Cans, lien, Wilkinson,
A. & Wortbtaetofl.
fr-ao
gjrJ. WILLIAM LK8
(Mieraasor to Ilanry Lee's Son),
UNDERTAKER.
BrA.AVK.N.W
toeth tMe.
Branch Ostse. t8 Marrlaad ave. s. w.
gSfDR. WIUTK, CHIROPODIST.
Ill reaaa. are.. opposite Wlliard'a Hotel.
Taeoaaadf from far and near visit Dr. While
for rllf from and avoidance of eoras, bun
tons. dMHMtaed sail and all otbar foot
trtHiWm. Hours, 8a, a. lot p n. Sua
daja.stolt. latabllabed Utl. Fee.!.
iar
TUNLAW HhlOHTS.
Taalaw Hetehts preaeata more desirable
features for actual rasldenee than any sub
division in the Wstriet of Columbia.
The IntBrovaawnta, now In proerssM, will
Inelade all the eoavtMtoaee of etty llf
Gas. W4 tor, Sewerage, 8letrie CarServlee
SaVll I'H. TavBlttBtfl
The alteation is aarivaled In aatural beauty
ad eonuaaads la alt dlraettooa uatnterruvtad
views of the City of Washington, Maryland
and YliWBla.
A. T. BRITTON t Vwiaiu
C J BELL, fTmateea.
111SO t n w.
Lots for sale by
HTCH. TOX Jfc HHOWSf.
lt Pa. av.
GOLD6BOHOIHJ11 BM08. X CO..
1SOJ Pa. ave.
EMMONS Jt BROWN.
ayst.ini Atlaatle Baildtng
Kar-KORSBBFU i MURRAY.
s-1 A ueu is in Washington for
THE WHITTIIR SLKYATOR
Of ftoitOH
THE BBaT ELEVATOR IN THK WORLD.
Over 40 nave bn pet Into iha best build
iaiw In W ashingtoe in tae lat two years by
us.
Batiatales promptly furulahed. AUo aaeata
for the Worthlaetoa Maam PuiopUiit Maeale
eiy. Also Genaral Mil hlnUls ana Bnetaears.
A laree stack of KsebuM and BoileH, Pumps
an4 ElevaUirs on hand.
WaMfuom from 1C01 to loss Seventh street
sonthweat.
KSrliBKKlaTTA PAt.K FOX AND WM.
TawweU Fox. iwUtloacn in eeuity.
sea .
oluml
o. M.BoM, auwame Court. DUtrtctof
4, auwami
. that their i
Columbia, ask that taeir same raspeuavety
may be efeajuna to Hennetta raaeenrr
ana
4oan emu i arr, or wbm.b
br whkh nimsi alone taty
have ha known for the laat twelve years.
and now five notice of such appuvathm In
accordance with law. inMwd
SHilCBDALS CO-OT aOClBTY OF TOM
M8T OF COL.
uemticr or iw soctarty
ilyarc tafuraaetl tbal
tae aewnaste Ksrae
iaaptoved
and esteaded. are now ready fo fan
Msber will Mtuni the old laraea) cant.
with taeir address wnttea aetoea the taee.
10 any of taoae named below ana obtain the
new oat payment ol the propel' lee. There
aeine oeer tMt memoirs wao saoeiuootata
the new card before April soth Instant
)ftBMtnesa i advisable. tk4 aU airdiiuf
hi HtuM V JPf
. W. 1
UAnaUA. aecretary.
US U st. Csi.h Hiuu Tru.iur IWut. und
at T05 tftth st at BJun and at 4 oVUa-
LlTMlMtst atBJun and at toVUa.-KP av
A T LoaeWy.urestus A st a a. Agr'l Dept
Kmka TaomDaon. vT.. mat V a w. A. 8.
o War ftse
L Vaiderhoel, m Fnaaeh at. hnieae of
ntatletltie.
I. C. i'awoett, fat fase ve n e, tth And.
j ivcu. sdte. P a Beet
B VsiBtaa.lmBstsw.&M H. o.
L.V uat, Wieta w. aft had. OAVe
LJg. UskUef, WW .,. Ontce
DrlU m. am FaaieVwI -ji-O-
, aaxat. aswaawn eoeraf Ootce.
Stslshuh7i9at e, tet w
. ? MMb- .. Ma
. --
'if ppJfUittF CsiBi'!f Hovm, VUf fk&fr
3i&U.ZMWrtW.VartOM.
f-
CAwlrv. Hit ColwBhh at. U. L. O.,
3. tLi late st a m ntjcocer)
F-J.toaaa. llaflSpfili:et,hiy Wv Tiea-y.
a. WomawiJey, lie I a tf. Om-se
$rsairSor-tr,.
tar
Wl.i VI llvg vuitt SOAIRPS
u.e o Amcrn t Ki
i r
L- F
VW w4 mm nMet MfMClol
" wiaaa&ec:"v
AUCTION tf.lW.
miTOJtAS DoWJSCT. Aeetwneer.
iVsTRal: SAW OF TIPHOYW TML
ItTYJiItltG BOl ENO.metDStRRftT
JrfrTHwiJT.
By vlrtne of a net rata ee of tnwt dated
Jtay IS. A D, 1K, duly recorded In jlber ?tp.
MSI, fello SW, et pen mteot the md eeds
for tbe District of ColnmM, and at the Writ
ten reonet of the partv sernred thereTiy, We
win offer for iiah In front of the pwiMse oe
TUJWPAT. Ttf FtRPT DAY nt JCI.T, A. 1,
tSBB, at S ovh e p. m.. the followrnjt desmribed
prnptrty, situate hi tbe cfty of tfjMntwn.
Iihirlet of cvlnmMa to wit: The north
twentyme feet three Inches ftont by the
depth of lot nmnlwr sixteen in sqrmTe natn
oeren fiftrfonr. Unproved by two story frame
dwellfisjf honee, e.
Term of ale: one half eh, halanee In
one and two years, with Interest at the rate
of 6 per centnm, payable tern! annnalty, and
ernrert bT a deed of treat on rop"ritJfi
or alt oah at pwrehaser's opt km. IfWIde
po1t at tmw of sale. All ronveyanotn td
recording at nnrflmser's eost Terms bb
roflrpMed with In ten days or the property
will he resntd at the risk and mt of defanlf-
"WoSab J LtTTRifLTTr2See,
for. ra. aye, and wth st.
WALTBRH DrcRrtTT.Ttndee.
Cor. Pa. are and fl t
jnlD.llt
t'lmrtisAt.e.
nmrmAUt for strrrt LWMn.W.
Oerrrit or rnr Coejirssrow
Wsirto it. D C.-ttme !.
Featfd prepomhi will be recetml
t fflte ontll It o'clock m on FRIDAY,
ST. 1Wi. for rnrnlshtne Ism ami Hlnntn
Ine material and itchtlnf, extlnenlahltw.
nrnlntalntnr ami renalrin street oil Is mrm In
theDlstrirtot Colombia for the year endlnf
JnneSS. is".
lllank forms of proposals and sperlnVatmns
fan be obtained nt this ofllee npon applied
thm therefor, together with all noeesaary
InformaMmt, and bids upon these forms only
Will bo constdered.
The rttht Is reserved lo reject any and
all bids.
t W. DOUOLASS,
L. tt 11INB,
H.M.ROHIIRT.
Commissioners of the District of Colnmbm.
JW8H,St
ijRorostLs ron sand, oravbu and
J. . HHOKBN STONi FOR TUB DISTRICT
OK COLUMBIA.
Orrire or the Wnieieto-ssns D. C.
WasMiKnit s, I) C ,.tune IS, latKi.
Pealed proposal will be reemved at this
offiee until o'eloek m on MONDAY. .IUNB
30, 1M0. for fnrnlshlne saml. irrnvel and
broken stone for the public works of the DIs
trletof Columbia.
lllank forms of proposals and specifics
tlons ran be obtained at this office on appll
cation therefor, together with all necessary
Information, and bhla on these forms only
Will be considered.
The right Is reserved to reject any and all
bids or parts of bids
.T.W. DOUOt'',
L. 0. 1IINB,
it. M. KOIIKRT.
JnPfMW Commissioners D. ('
US.TKBAsrilY DKPAHTMKNT. OFFICK
. SHpervlslne Miraeon General, Marine
Hospital eervice, ao. ijjwi r si , nasninaimi,
I). C, June IP, UhO-Sealed proposals will be
ru'elved at this orflvenntll noon of FlttllAY,
tUNRST, 1SW. to furnish llthoaTaphed mt
for tbo ute of the Marine Hospital Service at
Washington, D. C. Schedules and further
Information may bo obtained lHn nnpllca
Hon to the undersletieil. The right Is re
scrvrd to waive Informalities and to reject
any or all prot-als. JOHN II HAMILTON.
Hipervislncfcurjteon Ceneral M. II. b.
JuW.lt
PROPOSALS FOH IUON DRAMS AND
clrders. Ofllco of llulldlne for Library
of Coneress. 116 Rest Capitol street. Washing
ton, I). C. June W. IMS). beparatn sealeil
prniosels lor fiirnlsltlric and delivering the
rolled Iron lea ins and plate and treaaed srir.1
era reiulrel for the UnlMIng for Library of
t ongrees, In this city, will be received at this
office until o'clock p m on THUHMDAY.
THK TlllHD DAY OF JULY, WW. ami opened
Immediately thereafter In pretence of bid
den. Mreolflcatlon. general Instructions
ami conditions ami blank form! of proposal
mar be obtained on application at this offlce
1IRKNAHD It. UKKRN. Superintendent and
Knglfeer. InW.al ,r.30,Jya
PRfirOdALB FOR KUHNISIIINO MIHCRL
laneous supplies and Ire and the pur
chase of waste paper. United States Coast
and tleodetlo Survey Office. Washington, D
C June IS, 1 WW. -healed proposals wilt be
rraulved at this office until t o'clock p in.,
of TUKSDAY. JUNK SI. 1W0, for furnishing
mlseellaneona supplies for the use of tbo
Coast and Qcodetlc gervey tifiice. In such
(iuntUIs as may lie required fnim time to
time daring tbe fiscal year ending June SO,
lsSl.lnulu.llng ohenileaU, grocers' sundries,
enrpenter-bop stock, lumber, lc. Ice, pur
chaie of waste paptr.Jtc. Protiosals of only
aetnal and responsible dealers In the article
will be accepted, and awards will be made.
Item by Item, to tbe best bidder for each
Item. Tbe prices proponed must include tbe
dejixvry of the articles at the Coast and Geo
iktk burTey office free of all charges for
packing, hauling or freight. Blank forms tor
proposal will be furnished on application to
the undersigned. The right Is reserved to re
Wet any or all bids and to waive any defects.
Envelope containing proposal should be
marked "Propotal for Miscellaneous hup
idle." "Proposal for Ice," "Proposal for
Purchase of Waste Paper," respectively, and
addressed lo tbe Superintendent United
State Coast and (ieodetio hnrvey, Washing
ton, D. C. T. C. UBNUKMIALU. Wnperlo
tendeet.
mi7,iv,i.
ARCHITBCTS OFFICK. U. S. CAPITOU
May . lteo.- ProrswaU for Marble and
llranlte Work for Fountain and Baa in ami
for Rronse Vases and Lamppost for Terrace
U. S. Capitol Separate proposal for the
atore will he received until THURSDAY,
Jl'NB M, lew. at li o'clock noon, at tale
ettee. where plana, apeelfications ami model
may now be teen. 8DWARD CLARK. Arebl
tact U. B. Capitol. I
vVANTJSI.lltll.t'. j
JitttTUt)tnt VHtltr VUi Hunt, fmr Hi r '
ih, X efUt fr m iiwsrHwi; 50 14 ftr Out. ,
WANTED-AN APPRENTICE WHO HAS
bad exuermnce in nrintlnit atraieht
matter; lady preferred. Address L., thi
ofcte. Jela-lt
AY
TANTED-A WHITE GIRL FOR QBN
I oral housework la a amalt famiiy.
man, wife and boy a year ow; uerman pre
ferred; to the riebl party a pleaaaat home
and good wage assured. Apply at So. 10
uataw.
XKT ANTED-BY A OOOD COLORBD LAUN-
Yl dree, washing and ironuurto do at
home; reference given. Apply tt9 N H av.
AN ABLE ADVERTISING, INSURANCE,
Safe, Lightning rod- or Book Agent, or
Reporter, of great Xsavotr faiie, for litury
work. Large salary. Write lonilon Jc Hart
turd Pnb. Co.. N Y
tVANTEl)IISCBLL.ANrlW.
fatlm A (0tUt fit? S4 lkMPW( 90 AMti fkW U-vHa.
t ?8W DEalKABLK ROOHa, WITH
ataaa power, wood elevator service and art
elaaa Janitor-dp. la the 1HMT itUIUMNO,
for rent at lew rate to Bt elase tenuis
Apply to f IL60J.' HlTCaXBa. 1 Poet j
Biiildlsg, or FRANK MAOUlKJt, Snperie
VUK SALH-MlSOHLLANKtsU.
iut, 3b ngjtf hr om hioi tltm' Mi otiigjtr tMea.
ITaALX-raFfCLAL 8TAK. 1 UJCtt,
ftuwAbObS. AdOf 4hpraXtii
1 tM I slrenl. Member of W
stavk lUetuMMMk AH
nuJ liMriiAAUK l4dAftfAk utu
jiBLlpVitiJhff' das Iniofeie 'W rtMfi .tbr flirt..
LTtW l TBS TUVE. Wi WUX Y
hjtb&ui. dilr-ifflat or call at
I UU BTANB. SIS D St. a. w
V4M&TKY AL KnUtt.
T3)0hALS -ABUtT IT ACRES i S
Asm b6 -i. a -. ,s -d - v
F a xU)iia4. ou ttn line of tlw KukiAje
tO U l?.-l-Ur' MMmm ttuj! wy. fcnsi-) A p,rt
I aC ui tlW -
faj YrrfAfitJ ol ltb l0S Mipf iftihjjjfejff1 tJk$,
OW
tor i
xiiM UJO)iOOU.
a fuwi opportutuiy
uivestiifsr Tor
umvk. unue. pc ,
SSB W-
W V 140N t4tgj, R.aJ.gY
HgRRQN iAMIY,
sVL EtA-.
K k fc-IBA1. I N W
-It. -- .- I. U
itthls
JUS It
ml-
LfS a
tiimKieo mm
Meu masts
MJR
u
HEIGHTS.
No such opportunity eter offerer! as
this
Farm prices for building lots.
I.HOO to 20,000 snttare feet, from
S15T0$ys
beatttlfnlly sittrated on high trotiinl.
Ixits in the Immrtllate neighborhood
are selling for mote than twice the
amount.
lionises soon to he erected all over the
tract.
Drm'l mtm tM. mtl call fti Satisfy
youfPSlf of tin mittoolt for Imt cfty of
Laurel.
Carusi. Evans &. Carusi,
taai r sTitr.irt- x. tt.
JntJm
rem SAt.n iiousnx.
AdtrrHtmtntt vrrtrr tM ht, fmrr Jtns er
It, etrt far m nwertlew; S6 tnttfar thru.
I?OR SALR-FINR COTTAOB ON OAR
: ave, Takoma: lot savssn; good cellar,
w ell. shade, orchard, garden, grapes, berries
and mnning water; small cash and monthly
payments; a bargain at JB.OOn, OWNRR, 11
Cst ne. JejT.81
JPOH SALK-A BAROAIN IF SOLD AT
" once; -story and basement briok houe:
T rooms and bath; all mod Imps; sltnated at
No. 46 1 st n w; price $t,STO; terms one-third
cash, balance I, and 3 years. Apply
lo FIIANLIB IIUFTY. 1S81 F st n w. fe7 W
I?01t BALK-IN ALKXANDRIA. ROOM I
frame house. Just finishing; nydrantln I
ynnlilot lSxIl.t; snug home; prKie, ft!. Ap- !
ply to HOUEHT J. TllOMAS, lRwm No. 9, Sl
IMh st. I
TrOIl BALK-THUKK OF THK UHKAPB8T I
I hnniM In U-flahltifflnn InA 1IM ami Itfl .
ilth at n c; two-story and basement, brown
stono trimmings; 7 rooms and bath; electlio
bells and gas: price, SS,roo each, $9O0 cash
Imlnnrn to suit or trade for ennd lots.
I'OK Itr.NT IIOUSI'.S.
AitrrllMinttU tmttr MU Att, br trass er
, cenfr for en lntrtion: SO ttnt br Mrs.
WOK llENT-UNFUUNISilKD-
trtitHIaven w.lTrs SMM
HIS Mass are, 1 1 rs and stable vmo 09
ltllKstn w. ISrs 8W01
1011 Conn ave, IS ra ITS 09
llthstex.isrs IBS t
1 M at n w, 15 ra IMW
1SIW II si li w, 18 rs ,..11X04
Cor Ihl st and led ave. IT r Hsl 00
lMOlfthalnwTltra W9 00
1TJ7 o st n w. 11 ra Kweo
HOotTiaplnstnw. IS rs 100 P8
irtv Pstn w,lt ra K) W
Ti.iiaist m w. Ilrs HON
S Lafayette Square, IS ra
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Tbe above boaea can be examined by per
mit from our omeeonly.
THOMAS J. FteltRR A CO.,
lWFit.ni.
T7IOK RENTTWO BRAND NEW SIX
1: roam frame houses, bleb and dry loan
tton; near eburebea and publle subool in
Unkmlown. Iuouire of A. BKHREND, H
atn w
rillt ltKNT KOOMS.
AJTtUnK4fU4 utvUr lAl Asetf, fmirktttter
It, SS eU far em Vnrtten; 50 tmUfor ti.
HANDSOME FURNISHED HOOMB, EN
suite or single, at the Buckingham, See
1Mb t n w, overlooklai; MuPhersoo tuare.
Choice table.
I7OR RKNT-TWO FURNISHED ROOMS,
aaltable for gentiemen. No. 99i M at a w.
I'll It .S.LB AMI HUNT.
TtEAL EBTATB RULLrflJJ
THOMAS E. WAdUAM AN. 17 F street.
Changca nude Wednesday and Batntdaye.
S-bTOKY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSSfi FOR
SALE.
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SALE.
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baavse property en nth at, near Pa ave a w.
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ing (e every weeA, VoUed bun Beainf
ajut ajapnmt Building Icon .rk. Soameiod
Brk:6, Fire Bru Tu. Vire clay. PuJp Mortar
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FOB SALE!
HOUSES.
BSfMi WrtWwe DVtWWR vJ MIQ It M
m Prtee, f.000.
Bsstory frir btwaevwrth hwejot;t-kai'o
osi Sxtfc streets between 11 awl C se.
9TT Price, 3.000.
IMrtovr brlelt how, containing 9 re
and bMi; site of lot, 18x75; sltua'c en C
st t sw.
m Price, tf. Odd
-tory and back brtlMInt; hrick dwell!: -,
containing; 10 rTms; all nmvlem Imptcvi
menta; annate on corner of Ninth atlU
streets sw.
4l rrice, S000.
S-ttwy brick botwe, B rootas and rsi"'
sllnsle on l. street, between Iorlh t l Itt.1
ami First streets nw.
408 rrice, WjSO.
8-story brick house, containing, 13 roon" ,
U modern Improvements; situate Nu. 921
K street nw,
488 rrice, $10. K)0.
8-torr lirlck house, 10 rooms; slse of l.,
Sfixl!; situate No. 14918 X st. nw.
!1 Trfce, $10,000.
9-story ami basement; brick hous-c. 7
rooms ami bath; sttnateon New Hamrfh ro
avenue, bet. L ami M ste. nw.
4W Price, $(5,500.
9-etory 9-rrjorn brick boviee: sltua'o on
Clcvelsml ave., bet, 1Mb and 13th, W ar.J
Hotindarr.
406 Price, $1,000.
-slory ft-room brick houe, on Wa!!i h
Place.
481 Price, $1 ,00.
8-atory B-room btlck house; Mtuatoon
Wallach Place.
418 Price, $S,10P
S-atory brick bouse, contfttnln11 ijoms
and bath; ami all modern Improvements,
situate No. 10 G st, n. w
4(10 Price, $1j,000.
ImproTeil property on the north el le c f
(1 at,, wftle front,
444 Price, $35,011
A larjre stable property In a deslrai ' I f
cation; now tinder lease to ood tfrin,
tslnt:9 tier cent.
317 Price, 12S0O0.
4W Frame dwell Ine, Grant ave , M. ..r.t
rieasant. Price, $7,000.
400 Four alley houses, containing 4
rooms; each rent for $15 per month. IV c,
$5,500.
48 8-room frame house, lot 90x73, on U
st, w. rrice, $at,000.
497 aVstory ami cellar brick home, 9
rooms ami liath; sitnete oa Columbia
IlelRliU. Price, $10,000.
Ilonses at VM Church, Va.
A new cotlMe, situate only S mlnu'cs'
walk from Kail Church stations, V .t O.
K. K., Va., containlnEo rooms, batb,; Ar..
try, ami trunk room; aire of lot, llQxl'O
feet. Price, $3,100. Terraaeaay.
AI40 A new cottage, situate only 5
minutes walk from Falls Church station,
V. A O. K. It., Va., eontalnlne;, parlor,
dining-room, kitchen, 4 bed-roomJi, bath,
servants' room and attic. Price, $JtVX).
Terms easy.
Vurnul (.'roiinil Norllioust anil Sniifb
cast.
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tt tt iieei f"w
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8 w)MsIM aeensjaieee a WC
8 - " t.,...,,,.. 25c
u jr boc
M SHf 60c
7 (& .. 82ii
Iluasea In Alexandria, Va,
S-ttory wtefc (JweJHwc, 13 rooms, w"h
oftk annex and large side lets; altua'en
car. IHike and it, Asaph U.; lot 7xR).
$6,W0.
S-atory and back bulldlue dwtllic? rt-r
tainiag IK room and bath ; lot 70x00 f '
uate No. dll I'rince at,
4 Price, $. "sDO
S-Oery and back rUdtng brklt br ; ,
eentamint; !3 reeaaa; astnate on &outbat
ear. Prince and Patrick eta.
4M Price, $3 m
4-oory brick dweUtes; hoe, built In tl-e
meet nb4aelsl manner, eontaln-ng .)
t Price, $rw
B-etary and beck bullittae brick br. i-t-j
fontalefnf S hmmbs, altuaie oa t'oluo:' .5
at., near Prince.
488 Price, $3,400.
Mi-S story brick dweUUf oousc, err.
tainlny 10 M and all modern lmt rnve
menW, large de yaaat; actuate on ror
Waihlnetoa and Cameron tt., otrw:'.j
Old Chriet tuch, Alerandria, Va il. a
1 tj beU tttkwi in Alexandria. F-i c,
PJSBl Terma OneUOrd cash, u'ats
one sad two jeer.
WHOLE SQUARES
RQSSLYN.
lIBiasmBiBnmjtiiiqmy
Sk4ietti.B-Mi uum
FRANCIS HUFTY
Mml Hstata Bioker,
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