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THE DAILY CKITIC, RATTJBDAY EVENING, JUNE 21, 1800.
. I (r i i IV i u- AT THE CAPITOL ANOTHER STtRRTNG DISCUSSION OTF.R REED'S RULINGS. M SfUKEK HIKES X STATEMENT Concerning His Mm in Refsrriaf the Fm-Oeiirage Bill. AN EXTREMELY VICIOUS CM OF FTOLES The Frwriwrt'i Fight en ike MMr, Stewart After Cr&ffnl's St!. In tin Stnat. There wh a Imcft of eat nest eon Terse lien In lit limn when the Speaker caltwl It to onler to-riy. "What will lie tire next move? ' was the single topic tllscttseetl. A little knot of Democratic leaders vrero gathered around Jfr. Dlswl's seat, nml It wm evident that it plan of action was being mapped out The rainy weather kept many from the galleries, lmt, nevertheless, there was a fair sprinkling of spectators. The Spcakor announced, immediately after the journal had been approval without objection, that the pendlne question was n motion to reconsider the vote by which the yeas and nays on the motion of Mr. MclCInley to lay on the table the appeal of Mr. Illand from the decision of the Speaker that Mr. Bland's resolution providing for the considera tion of the Senate Silver bill was out of ordor. Mlt. ISLAND WAKTS TO WITHDRAW Iltft .rrsAt,. Mr. Illand said that he wanted to withdraw the appeal, but Mr. MclCInley objected to this. This brought Mr. Blount of Georgia to his feet with a question of ordor. lie held that tho buMnoes on tho Speaker's table should be disposed of before other buelnoss could be taken up, according to the rules. Mr. Springer of Illinois thought Mr. Illand had a right to withdraw Ills ap peal. After a short controversy It was do elded tlmt Mr. McKlnley's motion to lay Mr. Blnnd's appeal on the table was In onler, and on It the yeas and nays were ordered. Ueforc the vote was an nounced most of the Democrats who had voted withdrew their votes. The result was yeas, 110; nays, 13, Mid thu appeal was laid on the table. THIS srKAKKH'8 8TATKMKNT. Bringing bis SMvel down on the desk n.'n.ral times tfiu Speaker finally man seed to secure almost perfect quiet. Tlu'ii, rising In his chair, he made a long statement concerning his action In referring the silver till to the Committee on Coinage, Wiiphts and Measures, and the subse cpient proceedings In the House In re gard to that action. In conclusion he announced the THR UILX. HAD 11KKN ItKPKIlKKD, according to the rides, to the Committee on Coinage, Weights and Measures, aud an appeal could be taken from that ref erence. Mr. Bland immediately appealed and Mr. McKInley as quickly moved to lay that appeal on thu table. Amid shouts of "vote, vote" and "no debate" Mr. Illand hoped that some de bate might bo allowed, and this was finally agreed to. Mr. Illand argued that the bill bad 1 een wrongly referred and was properly before the House. Ho was followed by WH. S1T.IN0XR, who. after quoting from the rules of tho House, made the assortlon that the bllver bill was the only bill of Its status that bad been so referred. Mr. Peters of Kansas denied this. He said that all appropriation bills with amendments were referred when they came back to the House to the Commlt Ue on Appropriations. "I deny it, I deny It," said Mr. Springer, vehemently. If the opinion of the Chair In refer ring the bill to the Committee on Coin age was not sustained, he said, the bill would still be before the House. The bill bad been so referred In the face of the dHwwl of a majority of the House ami of the people of the country for Its passage with the Senate amendments. Mr. Crisp of Georgia believed that the present Hl'UM WKMX KVTHBMKLY VICIOUS. TUy bad been constructed as to com pletely still the vo4ee of tbe minority. Tbey were for the purl of eaa Mthg lit majority to business. Tie majority bow desired u do busl mm. If Ike mlaortty wt : allowed to do what wm right, before tbe sun weat down site pets) at tbe country wotjjd bn wbat tMy wasted. a wttriu.UAX raororf. Mr. Ttrwas! q Colorado, a llapub lirae, raatte a vigorous ptoses agaiaet lU nfeeeaee of the bill to tbe Cosuiull ite Ouiaaf e. Ko opportunity bad leea gives, sw said, Vo offer htMmimU wblki the bill was trader dabale to tb House 1U tbotigbt tkikt If Uw bill west to Uut CoioHsw o CaUejte agate Utal free tutsiw would he silled, ills eoMtitu skj luokvi esi a tooiUlisltoH as an larakMas tsuttK. Hr TummmA ssM b woukl vote is j war bs could to get up Out coo taeWsmtiMi ot tbo bili Mosatc isotwKCotl. IsrsrttaetXee), UmaaMtOw)ad Caster (Mot-),aU Ufvimnm, MWiwI fas tbo same veto, tatlk ptosattiag agataat tho setoeswc of Ms- tltsswts of u hiiiisil tfcoarti tbo UwrtU (Us.), out im st wr litsseMal, io'lJMsSiihy wuuU bo five foe its Mr rHA of HOW Tors, aMaf smPV spBH WP WsW sVPsWp"s"w ' vsssg Mr Cvtmm of IMiswAs sguod U U UK HUm WMLS 4KOSU.VCK- Mf. Cvjmk sst b sjos tor Um tb trtosjsbw mm mm esw of - of r& fsftNPta bf" 4 lm MttMM MOM WMPMtOS lowvwi WMgM ( M., i tiOV "W tM mmm of MisMMfi anted e u.l LJ mt Uial ttn IU4- a In iSsenae. t , w JH gastiesnan b at hoibg gsa- r.j JiUi Mt lauUL It Ouli ua a hnrasTof itjessv to gag Ws" 1 1 ii iiisrnvk r I f ; Ta.y.gy a mmnn wtto as- oath u aio tit wa a tin i'4ia u.u lctic rrprc'tntfd n free ro)ngo roniltuenoy, but he was not sent to vote that tbe Speaker was wrong when Ik was acting nndw Hw rnlo, srl to vo that tire Jrmrnftl should contain a He. rApplnnfe 5!r. nennewnn of Iowa rnntsmfol fire t'rgent Defrcfency Aptm)fr!tlmi nil I as an Instance of a bill that hd tahen Urtsame course as tho BUtct Ml! had. When Mt. SpHnirer asked lv to ash a gngrtfon, Mr. Itenderxni wouM not be fntsffrupteu. "I will not yleW to yon yon are bah Wngnp all the time." He wantod i,t r MMtsiATTon rrm th LAwnttn atal tn famwr. Tbo Honn Mil, bo sahlf wosjrI cottM bnh ffom tbo oiMa mlttee with srtch ricowmOTHiatloni Urmhlng tin Senate ameitdsneBts a tb eommltHe might ttetemine. In the Str Mr. Kdmunds' resolution, offered yesterday, for a committee of seven to take Into consideration tbe state of the administrative service of tbe Senate ami to report what measures should he adopted in respect to the greatest effi ciency and economy of the service was agreed to. Home bill supplementary to the act of March 93, 1S53, in reference to big amy, was taken up. It provides that all funds or property lately belonging to the Mormon Church shall be devoted to the use and benefit of common schools In Utah. Mr. Butler offered an amendment In effect putting the funds at the disposal of the Mormon schools subject to rules approved by the President. Xo fowls to be used to teach polygamy. Sir. Edmunds objected. Mr. Voor bees said the Senator from Vermont was In n hurry to anticipate pending litigation In the Supreme Court. Mr. Teller favored delay. It tho Moimons could use the money properly they ought to have It. The amendment was voted down, but a quorum failed to vote. It was then withdrawn. The vote was yens, 9, nays, 41. All thojeaswero Democrats. Mr. Payne only voted with the Republicans. Mr. Voorhees moved to postpone the bill until the second Tuesday In Decem ber next. It was lost by yeas, 30; nays, 25. Messrs. Hawlcy, Plumb and Teller voted with tho Democrats. No Demo crat voted nay. Thu bill was then passed. Thero weie some formal amendments which will require a confuronco. Mr. Morrill then moved to take up the bill to establish an educational fund and apply the proceeds of the public lands and the tccclpts from certain land grant railroad companies to tho more complete endowment and support of colleges for the advancement of science and Industrial oducatlon. Agreed to. Debate onsued between Messrs Morgan, lleagan, Morrill and others. To I.tmlt Until uf I.ulinr, Mr. Cameron presented the memorial of the Hoard of Trade of Philadelphia, favoring House bill 0-140, limiting the hour of lalior for clerks In postolHces of the first, second and third classes. I'rtviir thx Tritiufcr. Mr. Cameron to day presented to the Senate resolutions of W. L. ltudmiu Post, G. A. It., of New Bedford, Mass., favoring the transfer of the Itovemie to the Naval establishment. WANTS TO OUST MB. CUOPFUT. EWAHT AFTEH THK KXKGUTIVX OfW CRIt Or THK QKOLOfllCAL SL'KVltr. Senator Stewart Is not only opposed to the Irrigation Survey being under the charge of the Geological Survey, but be wants to oust Mr. "W. A. Croffut from the executive olllce of that bureau. Ho endeavored to have stricken from the Sundry Civil Appro priation bill the particular Horn pro viding for the salary of the executive o Ulcer, thus legislating 31 r. Croilut out ot bis soft place. Falling In this, he has carried the war Into the White House. He now accuses Mr. CroiTul of Inventing and giving out to the correspondents the story of tho quarrel between Sen ator Stewart and Senator lleagan, which was widely published. It will be recollected that both the Sena tors involved denounced the story as en tirely and absolutely false. Mr. lleagan paid the inventor of the story the left handed compliment of saying he lud a "genius for lying." Senator Stewart has asked the Presi dent to dismiss Mr, Croffut for Invent ing and disseminating the story. What his proof Is, or whether he has any proof at all, is not known. FREE COINAGE. HAflRISOX'S DBil'KKATK ATTEMPT TO l'BEVBKT TUE VAWAGKO THK ILU It was known before the sella of the Senate pa the silver question, whleb resulted in the free coinage amend ments to the House bill, that thirty eight Republican Senators bad signed a pledge to vote against free coinage. In addition to those It was known that certain Democratic Senators woukl oppose a free coinage bill. The oppoeeoU of tbe measure therefore felt perfect coBndeoce is the result. That their caleubtflous miscar ried is known of all men. Just bow that paper easne to be cir culated and so w luely signed U not V boh n. This article will wake it clear. It seems that President Harrison calkd certain Senators before bins and told theat with all tbe cold emphasis and decision of wbkb be u poe gesso! that be was opposed to free coinage and would veto any bUl of that nature wbkb came before bisn. lie went much further, in fact, and threatened to visit his dire displeasure upon ail who dared to vote for such a measure. This threat appears to have bad its itfect upon, such doughty champions of silver as Senators Jones and Stewart- At all events, tbe names of tbe Nevada Senators were found wiyn the nledge. Tbe circulator ot tbe pledge struck a snag of fotsnidabbt nsoyotttOM when be approached Senator Ingallg wish bb precious paper. Tbe Kansas atasee Pftff natly sefuaid to sijee tbe tirnoslitBg document. He declared Oat be woukl vole for the free coinage of stiver at any bajtatd, utterly farseaneetive of what tbe PseaMtawt wigfc or wight not timlt or This bob! declaniton of tbpesd ee, to tbsm-tertotk of Mi- Ituralls, Uvbe the pfaalt bwrfnews down. Other Benublusa Senators. Teller, W colt, Hun-V and PetUgrcw. were knovn to be fsee coiuuw SMS. Oece the stead was openly snade agaiiMt PtesbbntlsJ dictation, the vest forWedts swatter of comae Senator 4otaen nisi 6tea revoked the pMge tfcy bad snade anu voted lor rree cote. r DttSgitM p.auie, aot w imj " Pcxbspe the uUt .iriiage of tids &rt tktuuipt to lonuot and amBwatt tne bKbOatlun of CwsBtm bad a good deal sUMibb eco.iliii the Jfcrfdsn to itiben-KiH from the caiee of pubae mt dvU-j si,"U.m m p,,, bias booaf- !,) ao lo do. biwtj Jkus, iitti.iJui lubes. J if A MAGAZINE AGENCY CLOSED. imttieer cww rntt Jtm wet PrtTrtiriw, .?mw 31 Chief Brown of the Trpnrtmt of ruhife Safety yesterday ckwed dnwn the operattrms of tie loml ngenry of "Mrmyon's Illns trated WetM.' a mairarrire published In Phildlph1e. A special cover Is pub lished tot each of the ctttee where the jownml etrenlates bearing the trtver UMMMSof loral dealers welt displayed. wtik these advertlsen the rmhrnmen of the gysfritfrrf WorM have a peculiar arm sfwclal arrangement. Kerb auh Mwfhct tn the mngnctne In enwtrerl to re celve a ten per rent, discount ott ) worth of food pnrrhesed front nay of the ad vprtMeg Arms The ccrUrfeate entitling the mttwrrtrwr to this dtoenunt m put Into the shape of a f bond bear Inithfrty ten cent coupons. The jnnrnal has thirteen of these d vertlsers, with whom It has this arrange mrnt. It tberrfnre gives thirteen of three 3 bonds with ench snriscTiptlrtn at f1. It hi a good scheme for the pub Usher, for It give the tiiherrlher the Im pressfcin thai beshfes a Innre illustrated majatJne be h getllng a cmd thing that will he useful to him In buying goods The agents have worued up a large buslnese, ehltfly among lewnnuvt per sona. Chief Birown snfa the hnnd la fraudulent and that the whole echesne Is a gnme of false pretene. The afesrt bee retained counsel and says he will nt. KNIk LKWtn nfTATt. tht Motdetut tHrr' lfrorrr ! Pntt.ADKirniA, June St. The estate ot unfortunate Annie Leroney, whose murder sod the trial of her nuele Chalk ley have formed a thrilling chapter In Camden County history, was settled up yestetday by the riling of the final ac count of County Clerk Edward Bur rough, the administrator. The appraise ment included a gold watch, a sewing machine, a trunk full of clothing, some furniture, a lot of trinkets, the fi1 cash found In a Ijook, $38.30 dim as salary from Richard Leconey's estate, and -t-11.53 as Annie's one-fourth In terest in the poultry, whloh latter in cludes the "half drowned chicken" that figured In the trial. The total Is $70") 90, and from this Is deducted fic.7. funeral expensos. The balance will be paid over to the murdered girl's family. IIo In tlio 1'rlnce'n I'rlcnit. London, June 21. Sir Edward Brad ford, tho new chief commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, Is an Intimate friend of the Prince of Wales, and acted as chaperon to Prince Albert Victor during the latler's tour of India. The Radicals denounce his appointment as a job. llio I'nuvco-Kimliin Alliance. London, June 21. Tho Berlin cor respondent of the CkronicU says that a Franco-Russian alliance hits assumed a concrete form tlnce the African agrco mint between England and Germany. Sforntiiry tVImluiu Uonlo ltiiinrt, Sccietary Wlndom said this afternoon that there was absolutely no truth In the report that the names of the nine ap pralsers created by the Custom Admin istrative bill would be sent to the Sen ate Monday; Iteiiulillcnn Slanueeuiont. Fttm th Xi l'ork 71mm. According to Mr. Henderson, of Iowa who Is nelthor a Democrat nor an unspeakable Mugwump, but a loyal Republican with a fatal tendency to play with tho tire of figures the House appropriations for pensions up to date amount to at least $107,891,781. This Is at least ?SO,000.000 more than the appropriations for the current fiscal year. According to Mr. McKInley the tariff and tax bill pasted by the House will reduce the revenue 00,000.000. We thus have a net difference against the treasury' on these two Items alone of $1-10,000,000. to meet which there Is an estimated gross surplus, not exclud ing tbe sinking fund, of sot more than 1100,000,000. Monumental InvUllilllly. yH Ui4 ChUatfO IhnUU. The Lee monument at Richmond has been placed on an elevation so high that the face of the figure cannot be seen. This was certainly a mistake, but. as the rest of it Is in plain sight to everybody. It is still ahead of the Grant monument at New York, every part of which is totally Invisible to the human tyej Will Lone by Tlielr I'rulllifaoy. fmm IJU (iolfulvn Xtwt. The Democratic party never let the vote of a single honest man through any veto of a pension bill made by Mr. Cleveland, and the Republican -party w 111 nl that It has not gained a single honest vote by Mr. Harrison's not veto ing them. On the contrary, tbe Re publleans will lose heavily through their pension prorHgaey. SPRING ADVIOK. StUmliie MatnuiiLt. & citrerul of year that. You do not seed heavy food Mich as )OU require duiing the wiaUr. nprisg way tw beautiful, bat it is treach erous. Ito aot Wt it deceive oh tatou cold, s fever, walaria or puetuaoaia. Iht not throw uBT your winter ttaiuuds too early. It is better to suffer a little ineuo venwaee tban to take cold. U ou feel tired, feveriab or overheated, do mot riufc uS and tska "spriaur. naidi-t-iaes." Cool jourttdf dowa aad Ui thU way help jour jtom and purify our If ou fuel hot and thirtty, do not drina large uttantbie uf watar or other "loua" drlui.. it taunb better to tik a utile Lure Mhiakey and waaer, wUU.b wUioatath tbe thint, toao the s)teHt and hwtify ix atrial ijtfaesse KeuieMheT UuU only pur whiekey eboeid ever be takes Uito tbe ytes, and that the leading chemist and tcwetiste of tbe ? eat day nnite u devlaring that OttSy's Pure Malt is abeoluteb the purest and best. fUK K15M' K4MTM& mrlitus M Ism. S caU tm ear laiKWiw VttmUM tbM. tutte or tingle. atStepslBghast. tm istb u a w. ovcrlookiM JfaFharsoa Seaace- Utk-4" WW. 1' MdtaWs tor n.-atteowa Va.Wxitsw. yjSKMU.'.tl'. " 'iaurW..i' u4r Mr wi MJt sr im, Wtmttjk dm mlieui; W ami far Oret. JOW W TUIt 11U. W WILL F4Y "Wg auieey" t IOT en. wro.w Aoaress or aau at KB. SIS B at. 8. w. UOi!T)tY ItKAL KeTATK. TOSbALS-ABOlT J7 AC pUJOlf J se xteudral, ou um uue of tbe Sukiaic- g BSD vssaMMl ms. fcsngf Hpwiv yWpi vwmw . ss. t Isup inVAatimL Ful aiUpriatuLnni. KLukerfctunj mmrm Vw uu-wuiiv DAJUKJ. KaJUK- HERRQN & RMSY, lou. Itents, o4 tMursnve. NU UK V bTtJUST 3, W, THE CHARGES AGAINST I ,MCE OFHCERS. I'etmnt iBTestirntmn win Showy Ilrefi Notfiimt lflntte. There ere naturally many rumors going the rounds in relation to other officers of the Police Drpartment be sides Lfeuttnsnts Guy, Gemford and Botelcr, but they cannot be traced to any reliable authority. It Is given out to 1t that Lieutenant Guy's ravestlara tlon will positively begin early In nevt week, but the Commissioners positively decline to glre any Information as to what will he the exact charges against him. It is known, however, that "the old fish woman scnndnl" will be revived, also certain charges In conlwctlon with bf raiding certain houses of ill repute The Commmslonert say that they are till carrying on a quiet Investigation, but they are not at liberty jurt yet to sy whether mhtr lieutenants will be railed to account. Things have quieted down somewhtt nrrrnnd Police Headquarters to day, ami ihrre does not seem to be that feeling nf uneasiness that has been so notice aide for several days past. Congressmen are being solicited to sign petition and use their Influence to aid a number of different ones to secure appointment should any vacancies oc cur on the detective forre. Mt. Block hat had his leave of ab sence extended from ten to fifteen days In order to give him time to have hit mveMhratlon. Additional affidavits are being lied every day. "How dd are ymt, prisoner?" Twentv frur, your hmor " "But thst wee just what you said here five years sen oh, t'ut that was In quite another i c ri-ur honor" Flitptntle lUfttttr Rheumatism, BKIJtO duo to th psence cf urlo arid in tb blood. Is mostrffectnally cured by the use of Ayer's Sursopo rlllo, Be sum you get Ayer's ami no other, and tab it tilt the potsonoua acid IS thoroughly expelled from the system. We challenge attention to this teetlmeny : "About two years ago, alter suffering for nearly two yean from rhcumatie gout, being able to walk only with great discomfort, and having trlwl various rrmedle, including mineral waters, without relief, I saw by an advertise went in a Chicago paper that a man bad beu relieved o( this distressing com plaint, after long Buffering, by taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla. I thn decided to make a trial id this medicine, and took It regularly for eight months, ami am pleased to state that It lias effected a complete cure. I have since bad no re turn ot tho dlseaso." Mrs. It. Irving Dodge, 110 West 126th St., New York. "One year ago I was taken 111 with inflammatory rheumatism, being con lined to my house six months. I came out of the sickness very much deWll tated, with no appetite, ami my system disordered in every way. 1 commenced using Ayer's Sarsspnrtlla and began to Improve at once, training In strenuth and soon recovering my uml liwlth. I cannot say too much in praise of this well-known medtrlne." Mrs. L, A. Stark, Xasbua, X. II. Ayer's Sarsaparilla rnrrARro r Dr. J. C. Aycr St Co., Lowell, Mass. Prise tl ; tl Vottlss, t. Worth & a bottle. AUR u HEIGHTS. No tuch opportunity ever offered as this. Farm prices for building lots. 7,500 to 30,000 square feet, from S15T0STS beautifully situated on high ground. Lots in the Immediate neighlorbool are selling for more than twice tbe amount. Houses soon to be erected all over tbe tract. Don't miss this, but call ami satisfy yourself of the outlook for the city of Laurel. Camsli Evans &Carusl iaei r sthkiit . w. Jltf.lB W.VNTBU 1IUL!'. AJttrtUmHifi uufcr (Sis sssy, mt feu r w, MS frr ma taMertw.' Mssau tm . WT AXTKH-AN ArHtSWmCt WHO Y bad esperleace la vr)tttte str alter; lady preferred. Aiidree L. no Hxe Jul It ersTboatework la a ssaall fassllr. raaa, wtfe and bur Tears M, jSensaa sro terted; to tbe rijrbt partf a pbMMat bosm and Buod assured. Ati-r at Hu. MM Otta w. lirAXTD-BV A JOUD tULUBBB UlU- dress, wasblac aad tmaieslo at koBe: nfeeeaees oleea. ABuIr Ur at H se. lKrter. UsWktSlsjuIr ILtosTteftnrv wlt LjwssWTwrtU Ismdon AsWt ford Pub. Co.. V- T W.tXIKII)IIWKI.l.,l MST 4. dsMsisTnsWlaMsmw lasmtsmw fesmip spfsme sT twnejai ar J,. uHAwSMtMHifsvsrsab fmtMf. A VgW tMesetttW.lt MUkHt. WlTd steam power, suud eievatur sesvk-eaad Sr-t class teniturrJdS'. In the fOsrr WtUMMti, fur teat at tow rates to aist ctess tsasi jiwir w tuum ttv-txwJita. en f Kulldtsc. or FSUHS ataUL'UUt. ktrta fuk si.ti.K-lettvaMCh. iiiWisr-Mifssisirrnifs? ifftir ftsUsl AatfisX Asa aksMat aV 4tajBBsjssBsjgpsjBM-eTf wsmajae' srrap tsMari f----. wr im,cmt4iw sstafftss.- -i-'A ibm mm s-u-g-rts axrraug os iiu Jt? e, TabvmeTwt : eUr. aelLsbade. ortAard. uirdee. friW. berajas and nuHOag water; smatt m and Jthl ij neat: bargate at sCwM. OWaJf l! .MM SAUt-A tUUBtialSf IF T rixn.. sjul bu: ail mod mi'. i.uu-i l Ke tae 1 st a w; idee aXtae; teraia uwtkW i'&i9 ca:jiii'e i. s ass 3 )" tu iKAKCie Bl FHf. IWNtC Avail Ut TJUH eiXb-t. i lltllllUlll. e . UiXVlt -I- ' nnK hnnid tiia SsafLklt a Mtti4l jard. Jut lavtu; itwSrbiwss ii-. ; nsdravt la a it h fct i teii-M.iF KxtA fta-imiiit nrown- stune triiramas; 7 moras and btb eleuirlc fern WM as: price, U.W e. erne tMtUMM-e to snk or trade tor mv ! ttskt SAs-StJtiwCtO-JL !;... 4.iM'lmu.i.U Uhdtr OUt --aA fvrmmfW ku. 3SB -tt fur m 4 Utter Mm. WMWsw M bAt-S-r &FBV.AL sTAR. M UK-tt. licit r,u.6!t. 1 ukkil. aboc.Jie.y t-r .v.l.4 L.lL AilOilca f . .'1 -At isrrctAi. motictj, OFPtCB OF C01.LWTOR OF TAX B9 rtmr rr-r ok cor-tiuniA. WA-'UsoTO", .Itrae 81, WW. TOTTclt All o er or keepers of dogs In the ohnrlot of oo tibia are hereby nott fled tMt the yesrv -tir lmred by act of t'oritreM on afl ao w ned nr kept Ift M H'trlrt will be due nut. arsb'e on tui.T 1, 1SD0. fpon payment of said t s. tn will be i- toto a provinen m taw a t. By o; werof ! Conrmlsstoners, D. C, . a. DAVI8, JnjLTt Cotleetor of Taxes, D. C. mm F street n. w. CAPTTAI, $l,SJ0,(W. This eompe-ij tsnm eert Ideates of derxxlt bearing raterwA as follows- O all amoimts deposited for ninety days or more, hm les then ix months, per rem net annum; St per cent, on deposits for more than sit month, tml rm than a year and 4 pereent on depoMts of one rear or longer. Secnred Investmet t for sate. Jf oney loaned . W. B. ROB1SOS, See. B. H. WARN BR, Pres. D1RKCTOR6: Charles B. Bailey, (ft-orge F. Senefer, James L. Barbonr, John A Hamilton, Georire R. Bsrtol, Thomas Somervflle, Richard W. Clay. .John A. Swope. Horace S. Cnmmlnx, J. s. Swormsiedt, 3. 3. PsrlltiftoTi, nattersley W. Talbott, John Joy Rdson, Qeoree Tineedell, f. harles J. Fsnlkner, 8. ft. Warner, Albert F. Fox, A A. WltSon, w nftatn B. rmrley, sJ W. Wool ward. John B. Imrner, Chas Ben, wllkhwee, A. 9. Worthlnaton fee?- ggrJ- WllAtAM tBK USBBRT,rtBR. 384PA.AVB.N.W., Jonth Side. Braneh Offlee, 18 Xarytaml r. s. w. tar: DR. WHITB, CHIROPODIST, HI rvnn. svn..onnotte Wltlsrd'4 Hotel. Thonnsnds from tar ami near vWl lr. white for relief from and avoidance of eoro, bun ions, diseased sell, and sit other foot trouble-.. Itonn. 8 a. ni. to S p. m. Snn days, Stole. Kstabllsbed I8S1. Fee,$t. JTUSLAW IIBlnilTS. Tanlaw Helshts premls more desirable feat ares for aetnal residence than any sab dlyttlori in the District orcotnmtibi. The Improvements, now In pms:ref, will Include all the convenience of olty life a. Water, iewersee, Blecttlo Oar service and Pavements. The situation l unrivaled In nalnral bestitv ami commands tn all directions uninterrupted views of 11 City of Washlnaton, Marylantl and Vlralnln. tl-BVtZra-, 1119 0 St. n. w. Lots for vie by PITCH, FOX BROWN, IBTPa. are. fiOLDSHOROUUH HIIOS. A CO., IMS Pa. are. BMMOXS DROWN, mytl.lm Atlantic BnlMlac KJM PORflDRRIt A MURRAY. e3 Aeeuu In Wsiblnglon for TIIBWHITTIKR 8LBVATOK or iknton. THK DKHT KLSVATOK IN TUB VORt,D. Over 40 have been put Into the bestbnlM Ines In W ashlnaton la the last two years by us. Betlmate promptly furnished. Also scents for tbe Worthlnaton Meant Pumping Msehln cry. Aluo General Maoblnlit and Bnirlaeen. A large stock of Rndnes and Boilers, Pumps and Klevstnrs on hsnil. WsrenMims from leal to lnos sTBnth street sontbwest. ffSf-HKNRIBTTA TAOK POX AND WM. -' Ts4'Wll Fox. oetltlonera In eailltv. mure iitr. ? f oiti'snssiv vrsi tnetiivmi Columbia, ask that their names rtMpeatlvely may be rhaneed to Ilenrfetu Face Rsrr and John Oillls ("sir. by which names alone tbey have Ik n known for the last twelve years, and now five notice of snob application In accordance with law. Jal.twd KSar-HOCHDALK CO OF. SOCIBTY OP THK W BIST OP tot.. Members of this society are Informed thtt tbe new Trade Cants (and Llits), Improved and extended, are now ready lor Issue. Member will return tbe old (ereen) card, with their address written across tbe fsoe, to any of those named below and obtain tbe new on payment of tbe proper fee. There be! ne over t.sne members irbn should obtain tbe new card before April totb Instant promplnsssls advisable. TU eiU card ire he UtktJU HfUr April . J. W. HARoHA. SeereUry. Snt II st, Osh Room, Treasury Dept, ami at tOS 1Mb st, at soon and at t o'clock n. m. A.T. IoMwr-prestJOS A st H e, A art liept. fmtth noapsSM, V. I'., VM Kaw.A.O. t.. War Kept. L. Vsaderboef, Stt Preaeb st. Bureau of fetal btles. i. C. Pawcett, M Mass are a a, Kb Aud. Otsre. J.g McCshe. 34WtBS. P. O Dept. H. W. badth, TIC B st s W, U. M (?. O. 1.. P. Hunt, 1310 S t B w, Sth And. Otbce. L. X. Uridhrf. MLitiw, He. OStee TrwoHirT Justs Morrison, m R st a w. Pea. OflJce. IirTos Jony. arts tM are a w. 8. fi. O. John Plan, lit SM st a w. A. ft. O. C. B. ikrer. aurew Oeueral's Ornoe. , idwardlsuium.SSBH st a e, (iovt. Print lneOawe. J. O. Brown, Tth st and X-1. avetDnut SSorel. . D M.DevK 1SU 1Mb t a w, Bu. Bug. ami Prtathur. Ouver Pafoar. Cashier's Room, CityPost esVee Joan H. JuBes.UM Stk t a w. meaal Ofioe. IH-. R. L. Vat. Sseoail A editor's 0ee. J. jJ.Asdriw.lSSS adamtte st, O. L.O.. J. rftrs, HM P st a w tOroeer). cause No. I0.SSI, Supreme Court, INttrlet of V. 1. Yotuv, ise BprtMMst, aty. utv. Treasy. .H Wosaersler. TM 8 st aw.Ootoe Prank sit2yW6 tttb st a w, Cbraf Store. By order of tbe elective committee J. W. HAKeBA. Secretary. rprLApills1 LAIHBlU LADIBfJt Mrs. MeOsgertr ta tbe only bat and twaaet-lraiae aeftyWerer la Owelty. Dull aid see Iter new skates Blesnblsg aad sraw and left hats altered to t fatest st Hee. fjeeess Measutiy atseawM f ' less a street a. w. e-af-WMY MOT HAVK YOCR SHIRTS lssr raade bf one of tbe awet celebrated natters la Asserts I Prices saate as those Ibli7raesutersihei-e. P. T. HAUL SS P st a w. fOK KHTH(llWiei. seine ise-it-seitist-swstih-is suss, m tifmimfwtiimnm pott stprrt'ltivsmiallait- pfif.lavenw.trss. $ ISM pass eve. n sad sSahss- SS ttllf staw.lt Mfj mt (oaa ae. ts ts mm lubrtea.lim Mfg ttrjtttsw. uss fetes tsSaTsiBw.ttm, mes isesteik stew Use.. .'l &" " mY$BAmm7. nygaTew tfte - - - ... tm Wit?. .:" rtttfchstaw srs stpns4PWsft. im om a w. tt at. sarnTase.Sf.sa.... .. a w.wsa.. UK rJU st w. t r iw e ... tWP.riaw.. . ttMtkrfIlMs tasvAJbst"s , , mjmw jm mm m Fe m) ssage sttiSa.ttaw.tes. - - IIIItttf,(St lSKiaae.s.. K-h act! Saw. f as n ltftMew.?r, ten It ii, m. t m. tew mm M.-4 it -t w. t c uanaarstei :ir The sfeaw aeuse wa be vsamiBed bjw- ta ICi.HO oWi.SJL . ffttjUBt t , UI St. u w XMM BBSiT-TWO un aix- F awe Kaaw i aaajeai t'nbtowsu sattiehsi of d Orv kkia s.Sjl In etn w Vases .lb v WJK. ttel-O JtOMJAY JUH.-SI't'. A5llA? j Mtwc KBtlM.JM; hd atrboiMMr i kiurn .wt nd is. etve lewacd. attr St toV-fawk.4airni w . T iT- OS UOSBAX KVtWUKI. tl . La a key rlu with ! tt. uijrs.ad (rar.'. i!K u- U ' - The Sndfcr sr.U l rirdtd t 'i.v'i; 'bcio i tUiUie JJ . - . r l i K k - k -r 'l''iU (.LiKEi.t.1. H l '" snviss ten. seesumaiss es n sa tsn Uftts ttaesTIss wbtMetsj,tas, tntst se.tsa. j ,w ii,ia AtCTION tt.KS. IOMAR DOWLINO, A-re1loncer SALB OF mPROVRD PROP- t. BBtira noiiss so. twe set strrrt RORTHWB8T. .By tlrtne of a cettain deed of trnst dated Stay 18. A D. issT, dnly recorded In imrr o. ISM, folto JW, et sen one of the land records for the Dltliict of Columbia, and at the writ fen reowetf of the psrty wenred thereby, we wnLoffer for sale In front of the premises on ttWftAT, TflB FIRM' TA t OF IIILV, A. II. i8W,atSo"chckp.m .ihefollowlnedescrlhed pwiptrty, snnate m the ctty of Wshtnfton. ptsfrlet of fninmbla to wit: The north twenty-one feet three inches front by the depth of lot number sixteen In square num bered fifty four. Improved by two story frame dwellme homw, Ac. Terms of -ale: one half eash, balance in owe and two years, witb interest at the rat of t per centum, payable rerrri-ennunll, and i-eeered by a deed of trnst on tawiysoM, o all cash at purchaser's option nm de posit at time of sate. All eonvevancine and rfnrtingat pnrchaer"s cost Terms to be cmnplred with In ten days or the property will be resold at the rl.k and cost of defanlf Itte purchaser. THOMAS J l.rTTRBt.U TriHtee, for F. sye. and lh st. WALTBRO DICRirTT.Tritrtee, Cor. Fa. ave anil M st iBJOUlt I'lttH'OIAt.S, crrr op washinoton. . c. Owicr or me lVittsstO!n. Wasbihotos, Jnne 18, 1890. SBAMtDFROFOSAI-S Will be received st this ofBee nntll Wo'cloek m on THURSDAY, JOLT 19, I8W, FOR l.ffSJ feci -lnch Terra Cottn rlpe.iTO feet 8s- Inch Terra Cottn T Branches. I.tw reef 8 Inch Terrs cotta FIpb, t.nrs) rest ItsS-lnch Terracotta Y Branches. Hf6 feet 18 rtjeh Terra cott Ftpe, 1.3M feet Uxetneh Terra cotta T Branche. 8.CW feet 15 lm,h Terra Colta Pipe, 1.000 feet lSxft-lnoh Terra Cotta T Branehes. $, feet 18 Inch Terra Cotta Pipe, 3no feet Slxs Inch Term cotta T Branehes. sl,CCfl feet 1 Inch Terrs Cotta Pipe, SCO feet Stxe-lneh Terra Cotta Y Branches. S.W0 f.t m lech Terra Cotta ripe. Blank forms of proponls snd speclfleatlons can be obtained st this offlee on sppUcstlon t herefor, toaet t.er wit h all necessary Informa tion, and only bids on these forms will be considered. The right Is reserved to reject snysnd all bids cr parts of bids .1 W. DOUOLASS. I. 0 HINB. II. M. HOBHRT. lSl,8t Commissioners P. C, pitOPOAIJ!l PORSrRKBT UOHTIJtO. Orrttn or Ttir Comiioism, WniltToe, I). r.,Jnne 18,18111). Pealed ntoposals will he received at this rffleeuBllllS o'olook m.on PHltlAY, JUNK ST, lWt, lor furnishing Inmps sml Hlnmlnst Ine rasterlsl ml Ilshllns. extlncalshlne, Hmlntalnlne ami repaltlnsr street oil Imps In the District uf Columbia for the year ending Jnne 18, 1891. ilmnk forms of proposals ami speolBoaUons ran be obtained at thl offlee upon anpllc thm therefor, together with all neoesewy Inrormnthw. and bids npoa tbeee forms only Will lie considered. Tb right Is teservwl lo reject any ami all bids. .t.W.pQJjnUBB, i,. niNii II M.HORlRT, Commissioners of the District of Columbia. Juan st nHOPOBtU FOR SAND. ORAVKt AND 1 . 11HOKKN bTONB VOH TUB DlrlTRICr OF COLUMBIA. CrricsorrHB Comiio"insD C. Whisiitiis. H. C, June is, irao. Keatett protswsls will be rceotved at this office nntll Uo'clook m.on MONDAY, JUNK .in, IMS), for fnrnlshlne samt. amvel and broken stone for the pnbllo works of tbe DIs trlct of Columbia. lllsnk forms of proposals and speelllea lions can be obtained at this ofllne on appll est Ion therefor, together with all neoeesary Informathm, and bW on these forms only wilt be coushlertd. The right l reterved to rejeot any and all bids or parts of tilt's. J W. BOltOtASS, H.M. ROlilRT, tiigf ci Cumnilssloners I). C. IHOITHALS FOR PURNI8IIINO MldCslI. X laaeous supplies and Ire ami tbe pur chase of waste lwper. I'nlted Mates Coast nil Ucodetlc Hurvey office. Washington. D. ('..June 13, ltss). healed proposals wilt be received at this ofllee nntll 2 o'olook p m, bf TUESDAY. JUNK M, 1SFO, for furnlshliK miscellaneous aupnlles for tbe ase of tbe Coast and (rodetlo Purvey OMce, In such quantities as may be required from time to time during tbe Ucal year ending June ), lsl, Including ehemlcals, grocers' suadrte', carpeBter shop stock, lumber, xine. Ice, pur cbae o( wastu paper. Ac. Proposals of only aetaal and respomible dealers In tbe articles Will be accepted, and awards will be made. Item by Item, to the best bidder for each Item. The prices proposed mutt Include tbe dcilxery ol tbe articles at tbe Coast aud Geo detlo Survey office free of nil charges for lacking, baullui or freight. Blank forms for tiropofals will be furnished on application to IbeundersigBeo. Tbe right Is reserved to re ject any or all bhls and to waive any defects, envelopes containing proposals should be marked "ftopotal for Miscellaneous sup plies." "Proposal for loe," "Proposal for l'urcbaiie of Waste Paper," respectively, and addressed to tbe superintendent United States Coast and (.eodetlo Surrey, Washing ton, I. C, T. C. J1KNDKNHALL. Superta teaueBt. telT.lMI.nl AHCHITBCT8 OFF1CB. U. S. CAPITOL. May SS. ieW.-Iropoaki for Marble aad (it suite Work for Fountain and Basin aad for Bronte Vases and Lampposts for Terrace U. S Capitol. Separate proposals for tbe above will be received until THUHMDA?, JUNK SS, WW, at 1 o'clock noos. at this oatee. where plans, specification aad modsls wr uow be teen Ell WARD CLARK, Arehl teet U. 8. Cepltol. KOll SALE AND KHNT. pKAL BbTATK BULLRTIN THOMAS K. WACOAMAN.tlTF street. CbsBjcct made Wednesdaye aad Saturdays. 1 STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOW KB POR KALB. ttSIstaw, bb,ml.Urs Stages 10131MbstB w. ItiLwi, Mrs l.ftO SUTGstnw, bh. lul.lOrs Si0 ltekStbstaw.bh, S rs fceoo sat Indiana ave a w, b k t m tjoa ln Bouadary st aw, I b.Srs T.MS test Mass ave u w. fa. Srs T.fca niKstae, bk. ttrs t.t Hiss Jstenw. t b.9 rs &JS8 11W sstb t a w, b a, k rs IJeC S-bTOKY BRICK ANB FRAME HOtWBk FOB SALK. SMfistsw. bb.Trs $& UMaadiliastaatsw.b a.Trs,aadl fhrear Js tn aws n nth st s w, e a, m i, rs-. . SSIiaistsw,bk,brs ... tttt iti ua va ave aad IHSthat aad aatattirvvedlots.se t.M SSLstaw, b b, Trs iM SSR si aw. bb.Trs km Alter Ut ttb aad "'a. e aad eta s a, u bb.Srs tm SMUstsw. f k. trs UM MWiatapst. bb,Sr. Mu tUdMntOVRB JWaPBtrTY PtW SALS. atsa w Hist. betCaaalaadCsuaw t Od tUluSU alls W nknsMssSsttswsv s MtiMsfast TaBBBBSaaaTsBwIi ............. 4B tikb7T7v and (istse BtisdhaafS H aalcTauam Xfltt HaVf. eg sstUasaw. use sISV J Maw.9ss attttt ilaw.Im tias Cuuuiaa st a w. U is. .. .. .... iVwbfn,..wi' . .v:.v: MCatif, an f!fstiMn - - kM J xm net. Oca mstaw.en HUS4IS tn s? hvtt ft aa a . n a t tcwras-t MiFt8W.rs mm m tea stTlns.. , se iwadiiettjttn.r gg MB id ave w.s'. .''.'. f let WsUafsaV Ui aOmst afsi i QawT 080 1 i e.afc ft, --" irrB--TaaJBr tf mKMmtMSUmtM mmW W laJsWBBBSg dsF1rlMsnBBmSl WSBf aj -aaBBBBawa-TMtrss-sBr ksMrV Ke.rmnes,e bawfct infmisi ,i hwss&uStj. ujui ajaaaV iiiiili IIIH..WJ. m mniin,i inqw J J I III .L.i. ttWttstUS.k. ur tta-Ktsa. a. W SUk ".- U . a'M rR AJJL -la1 se ud TJt Ut. t -e ut ate tfBP- uaU o6r fl The Great Bankrupt Sale - OF - HIE TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING, Which is NOW OPEN, Will Continue for a SHORT TI7Ve ONLY, The recent failure of the largest clotblng firm Sn the United States has pis." ' Immense stock In the rnnd r,f the trnttees. who have "hipped ffOtMW worth ot ' clothing to W ashinglon, to be wild Regardless of Cost or Value. The agente have rented the large fonr story bonding. 311 Seventh Street, Below D Street. Thl l the oreatest slaughter of Fine clothing ever known In this count rj ob1tlstoconverlthlt.xk Into CAsn Within a sho-ttloie. . . s" ""'' .'' ":". rr- u:"v. tmrth is W Pine Dress rants, in thirty style, comprising imported Worsteds, ta ( htvlots, .;i ts.w, M and t: worth from n to It , Men's Rvcrv Ttav suits. M so: worth m 90. Better grade, nearly all ' ah imm I'nnTS. tn i nevioi. wor.icfi inn , mnrimerv. ei. m, wbiuhi AH-wooi Cheviot 8nlt a1 IS : wcrth 111. Bobby Dress 8nlt, In twentv style, comprising Fancy Worsteds, Cnevl-1 mere. Tweeds, Ac., at ts Wand SW; worthier). Fine Imported Worsteds, Diagonal. Corkscrews, Wide Wales, tMrty Stjle .' S -and JI5; positively worth 30 or money refunded. . .... ., . , , we call yonr sttentlon to a number of Merchant Tailor Madesntu wh i ,. t made lo measure for . ! and 145. to be sold at l.BBS TRAM HAWF FRICE BOYS' ADD CHILDREN'S CLOTHING III URGE VARIETY. Kuee Pants from IV np Sailor Suits, from 4 to ft years, at Whs. Large Line nf Mohair Flannels, Serges, Pongw Silk, Alpaca Coats and Vest .... . . . . . - Men's Seersucker Coat and Vet, forty stties, at SSc worth tl S. Bear in Mlndi Eveif Gaiment Warranted to be Perfect in Ewrf Rl .ct and of This Season's Production. GREAT BAHKRUPT SALE, 311 SennUi Sl Below D yeel, E. L. MITCHELL, Manager. James B. Liarnbie, HKRDMKRE, 1415 New IYASHIXGTOX, D. C. Main Store, 916 7th Pa. Ave. and GRS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS. GAS BOILERS, $1.15 and $ 1 .50. HIKE lEi 08 COFFEE IS 10 OB II MSOTES. GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to thirty people. Just the stove lor summer use, as the in stant the cooking is done you can extinguish the fire. FOB SALE WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest; MCEL ROY'S HRT STORE, 1003 Pennsylvania Avenue. Eipnvp, Eteebtfi ad Wsttt Csbrt tf tst Latni hUcitas 3BCRT MOUSL.T1SS, Artist!.. Framing la iu!d WtuWsatui G..4. Ivury, B13.1U. svr i Xalc and ail Hard ouds .lsolataa FloreavB Leaf. a. teiut.i .. a Uuia v.f liuriikaaJj t LOW PKK'K gunlitl ntunilun id u Ktgj J Li uia tritu ju Furu im. Vddn.: ilid U riUaBj Frskit.l I -"ZfcT" HROW ASiO Jt MW4C0! You CAMY Vfe Ljk. 'jOt - t mjirf it! That tbumc CAmE raowKMOSSi jWB MKMIirTaii-OTatsfcjsatJsBaSttasa ir- BUY YOUE TEUUKS AND IAEIE5S f'-Y"i,.:"ri.. i-. .vv-.i-iii.. s York Avenue, (J St. Branches, 1221 41 1 7th St. BY THK -Al f i