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THE DAILY CHITIC, MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 23, 1890.
AT THE CAPITOL I'ETEHMIHBD OPPOSITION TO THE VTKINSOK RAILROAD BILL T WILL SEGURE IT LEAST 50 SQUARES If City Frtjttty to thi B. & P., Says Mr, Aidum 125,000,000 FDR RIVERS AND HARBORS. General Hewilrstn Isliwatw ilw Bill is in Danger f a Yate. la the Sal. Shortly nfter the Honm crmvtrrStl General Grant, oliatrman of the District Committee, called up the AtktMon Itftllrond hill. Dr. Atkinson moved that general debate upon the measure he limited to 1 hour and 10 minutes. This was voted down, and the House resolved itself Into the Committee of the Whole to consider the bill. Mr. Anderson of Kansas obtained the floor, but was Interrupted by Dr. Atkin son, who desired that the time for dis cussion be equally divided between the friends and opponents of the bill, but It was not agreed to. "This bill," said Mr. Andorson, "takes a groat .many squares In the southern part of the city for railroad rurposcs. I have not counted up the number elven, but I bollevo that under the provisions of this bill the railroad company can Securo The company is at present occupying uovernmom reservations. "I don't believe," continued Mr. Anderson, "that the House should pass ' any bill when it docs not know what its cUccts aro colne to be. None of us can know anything"" about this bill and tho amount of territory tho railroad will bo enabled to acquire under its grant of condemnation. I object to giving tho" power to the Commissioners to aid tho railroad company to enter and locate Upon any square in tho city it sees fit." Mr. Dlotint of Georgia said: "Irccoe nio tho fact that it is tho duty of Con gress to give to this company such legis lation ns Is necessary. At tho same time the public should be given somo protec tion against tho exactions of the com pany. Mr. Dlount stated that Congress at tny time had tho power to rovoko tho amhoitty It conferred on tho company. So far as tho freight depot is concerned, It was moved onco boforc, on account of its proximity to n church, and tho Ml), In Its provisions, was to guarantee tho company against such action In tho luture by conferring tho title to it. In lscuislng TlIEECOXI SECTION OF THE HILL Mr. illount said that the company ought to be allowed to lay and maintain Its tracks, where they did not obstruct public business. "It was sold," said Mr. Blount, "that the company might occupy tho streets as long ns they desired. It cannot ob tain any squares except those abutting on Maryland and Virginia avenues. I do not fee any objection to the bill If it Is amended as I am Informed It will be. The transportation butlnoes of tho country demands Its passage. If the company abuse its grant wo can take it away from It. The exactions of corporations meet with no sympathy on my part. Tho public needs demand the granting of this privilege and as public servants we should give it." Mr. Atkinson offered an amendment to strike out tho words "and the use and maintenance of Its shops and other structures now erected thereon is hereby legalized and confirmed," and another amendment providing that side tracks can only be laid east of Four--' " ' " street and south of Maryland ia avonues. ndment was also offered r the Commissioners to con ustructlon of the subways ir-audahalf street and south Hi avenue. IILLIKB3'h OITMITIOtf. i Ineffectual oiTort to again lime divided for debate, Mr. poke in opposition to the bill. .11 road proposes," said he, "to wwer to condemn land that within 300 yards or tuts Cap fay In ami day out rill it with It says the southern part ty where It wants to lay its e malarial fields, not tit for re on. Yet they want to kill jinplayaa there, jgeil its way aeroea the Mall: cms there and boh of us eaa off, Now it wants to take slile aad as effectually sepa lo "Washington frow the rest y as it would it the Missouri wed through it. WttKLB FOH THB FL0O&S. irtkett declared that tke rall- rfc(iODlbk for the hoods of as it maintained the Long Kfttl asked if ke ksw at aay bad refitted proper railroad to a moU ntaaUf through it, MUHkea retorted that If the uU eatec the eUy a it did is pale, by Meaaa of elevated s wUtawiliigt0Matt-el-f smtfftU. tulttgi Mr. MUlikeji ilect&red eatlx-e iofturtwrfi ftwrlbflei of te M he grid lrotl wiik track Ilysmeri. mt't propaae," wm fee, -to -teat depot at Ska Uieet; they ouog fa do aeytkiag. Yet we 1 to aive then uumi w Immense eii-baaa let a plea of in rasteiifisHaliflaa ' 'SSSakmmtmtml aka to ! atssjMifst Suit aMAkd wtmld ofbat fhpttri itJfiM ai WM WLU . tt ia tUI sail," aaU Mr. .wilWHls,iiJlstir tTi araT'Mtx' in tU MfeMMB ol New JMy le ? e jaJa b- IsJUtl a mkuft wfife wbida the fatu 'Mviatswwtedo. itiHdaot mHam ay -tie to tfc rait to tBBiMwm h cobidjulv ta i iw uj tad take my laud it MMMll BUi'iirri Shu ShI u. te wm-. t um mu gxe , . "." ." . .- ' . u " (JlgM K tUU! SM POM- W UUH UPBBhI W WmtI CWWMff W i ay be I m w;tws' mom." IMS I M)kw taw." fee ,T-I kw wm)mltMto jmA ih ntttvtaa' " to uamnnum ol kodtotub O do 4 it tnac, wllh. Tt HJt Hum jjuy ilrttt it WtliiU to and put side tracks through private property." Mr. stockdale reatl a protest from the South Washington Citizen's Associa tion against the piwtage of the bill. Continuing, he sahl: "The elante that prevents the condemnation of a build ing of a church or school-hotiw was ntelets, because the railroad wonM be rltht alongside of them, ami that would destroy their usefulness. Let the friends of this bill come Into the House and tell ns what they want, and let some one here draft a bill after a full Investigation, ami we will pass It, but we don't want a bill pre pared by a lawyer for the railroad ambiguous In its terms and giving more power than It should." Mr. Grout then moved that the com mittee rise In order to limit debate. A rislne voto showed 55 in the affirmative and 47 in the negative. Mr. Anderson made the point of "no quorum," and tellers were ordered. The committee rose by a vote of 75 to 28. The House refuted to limit tpeneral debate to two hours, and ml opted a motion to limit It to one hour. Tno House thon resolved Itself Into Committee of tho Whole ami returned consideration of the bill. Mr. Atkinson and Mr. Grout were recognised as controlling the time for and against the bill. In the Senate In the Senate today Mr. Installs offered a resolution, which was agreed to, Instructing the Committee on Prlvlloges and Elections to In quire as to the date when, un der thu laws and precedents tho salaries of tho Senators from Mon tana and Washington, and Notth and South Dakota bogan. Tho Agrlcultvral College Aid bill -was passed nnd tho conference report on the Dependent Pension bill was then taken up. Mclit-Houfles ror Mnrjrlnmt nml Vlr Clnln, Senator Dolph today reported favor ably to tho Senate from the Committee on Commerce the bill for tho erection of n light-house on Smith's Island, Vn., to cost not more than $150,000, which has already passed the House. It Is amended by providing for tho erection of sundry other light-houses; among thcra a light ship at Fonwlck Island bhonl, Mil., and n llaht station at or near Page's Hock, in York IMvor, Vn., ?25,000 being appropriated for this last. Dtnttlct In Concrcss. "A Itcshlcnt" has n (treat Idea, nnd has written tho House District Com mittee and told all about it. He pro poses that the freight depot, tracks, sidings, etc., of tho Baltimore and Potmnnc Railroad bo moved back to thu original site, or oven further south. Then the road to bo allowed to retain Its present depot, but to roach It by a double elevated track. "Tho elevated road," tho writer says, "would relieve tl o people from danger, give back to them thu use of tho reservation and also save travel from interruption in caw of Hood." Tho writer with this great Idea was too modest to sign his name, but concealed his Identity under tho meaningless pen namu of "A Itcildent." I'rotcit .Aculiut tho Atkliuon Itlll. A printed memorial protesting against tho Atkinson bill to-day reached tho House. It It vigorously written and Is signed as follows: N. il. Shea, president South Wash tueton Protective AMOlattou, OSS I'ton )lvtttila avenue norttiweat. .M. FllzgeraM, vlce-preMeiit fcktuth Waihlngton l'rotectlvo Association, 6Q1 Second stroet touthwett. J, II. Johnson, president, Citizens Asso elation No, 1. 700 C street soutUivett. Charles Alltn, M. D., vlce-prettdent, Cltlien Association No. 1, 1330 (i street soutnwett. O. T. Tliompson. secretary, Citizen' As sociation No. 1, 031 I'dumjlvaula aveuue toitLwitt. RIVEN AND HAlilJOH DILL. it sow cumins ?35,000,000 and is IN DAXOF.K OF A VBTO. General Henderson of Illinois, chair man of the House Committee on Rivers and Harbors, this morning intimated that tlm President Intends to veto the River and Harbor bill unless It be re duced materially. General Henderson admits that the bill, as it passed the House, was too large, perhaps. He said it could not be helped, however, as It was necessary to let everybody iu in order to get the bill through. The Senate, made a grave mis take, he added, in increasing the total by four or rive millions additional. In particular, he said, that body should not have increased the appropriations for the Mississippi River. It Is regarded as probable that the friends of the bill in both Houses will be called to a conference to take steps to shave down the various Items iu order to reduee the aggregate to a sum whhb the President will feel justified In approving and thus save it from a veto. It has just bees reported from the Senate Committee ob Commmtm. It bow carries a total amwojwisttoa of about 85,000,600. A SLATE SMASHES. The j'rdldent iciecd by the fell tlclunn Had Ueltte. Ike appoiBtHseat of the uise appraisers avlda for h$- the JleKinWy Customs Admifiislrat! ve law. Of these live are to be HepuhlieaM aad four Democrats. The names writlea upoa the stale ia. fair rousul Kewaa ckaracutrs were to be iemt ia to the Seruue today. But they failed to eosae. Alas, the slate has been broke, steaslted, busted to aittltfceneiu. Things are ia art ugly searl over tke ive Kepublicaas. The l'Kskleat waste iitea who ate at oaee Treasury experts. Tke politicians want mib. of thilr owm ilk, whether they are 1 reasury experts or wot, or have aay reputation at all. As the Boeittoas pay $7,000 a year, and ace ua dtrsiood to be praclksily for life, tkey are plums worth pkkhag tatiaic the poll tkiuis. Also tke Treasury exoerte aai jwuiy west el eattmul reputeOoa. some qI wkBM are reoruters wukaJ. Tke probability sow U thai tke amaJaenoae wili la delayed let goaie days, tkey way go over U1 aet week. Wketker ike PteskieiM wtU l stot ea kvig kit owa wy, or will 'ujr yttau u ma penmsaM unpor tuDiues of the politician of Us ova Fart teaMtaa to be tees. Nekker kors of tke dikawta it very yteastag. 4uu Jur rinfiii.iunnta. Tke grajMl jury to iy preaeated true bills of tadkunent aaieat Peytoa Huhjuus ami 4jaoe K. Mauck far hwceay iiomnnm. VhunuuiUr.iun ..,l...il- .etti. Pvtw Vurke a4 KJteirt Dejar tomhr,eki,Bg, Joaefk WUigoa, ViiKiarnaiinir David F-liiiiiiittM Tliir Mtsy. iM Ikey igaoted tke ehr " Tmaktmn tat mmUta kill "ttbj Ous'ti WW WdJ,'tMyb ci'SUfic I 4ult'l dfeaSTM A i&, fir .bouU I've nut tUd girl, I L-w.. t 1 1 it. uijt ' 1 . ... I, 4 a I , j. ON TRIAL FOR MURDER. CHARLES LEONARD CHARGED WITH THE KILLING OF GEORGE W. SAYERS. Ten Ctnts Cane the Taking of n I.lre. A Colored Man StnttR Ills Objec tions to Capital 1'nnleliment, Charles Letmanl was placexl on trial In the Criminal Court this morning be fore Chief Justice IMngham upon an in dletment charging him with the mur der of George W. Sayers, February 23, 1?90, by stabbing him In the left side with a knife. Sayers tiled from the effects of the wound on March 1, 1"00 The parties summoned as jurors were examined upon their roi'r din as to whither they bad formed or expressed an opinion or had conscientious scruples against capital punishment. W. 11. Myers, colored, said he had long standing convictions against capi tal punishment. No man lie thought had the right to take the life of another; his judgment, he said, was founded upon the teachings of Christ that told him he would be unjustly con tributing to the death of another man; he would, however, reluctantly yield to the voice of the law as announced by the Court. Mr. Robert Christy, counsel for the accused, thought that Mr. Myers would make n good juror, hut Assistant Dis trict Attorney Lipscomb challenged Myers for causo, as having conscien tious scruples. After arguments by Mr. Christy and Mr. Lipscomb, Judge 13lniiam ruled thot Myers bo excused, amf he left the bos. Mr. Christy noted nn exception. The jury panel was completed at 11 o'clock oiiii Assistant District Attornoy Lips comb made tho opening argument, which stated that the quarrel between the parties originated on a Sunday afternoon, while playing n game of crap, and over tho small amount of ten cents. Mr. Christy said that both parties had becu drinking and that Sayors had struck Leonard. Victor McWado testified to seeing Leonard pick up the 10 cents and wnlk toward tho tree-box j aftorwanls saw Sayors stasger back from the tree box with blood upon his clothes. Tho other witnesses examined wcro Joseph McGlnnls, Thomas Foy, Joseph Dallcy nnd Henry Rltnor, Mrs. Sayors, the mother of tho deceased lad, nnd Dr. Shcdd, who performed tho autopsy. The testimony for tho Government was to tho effect that whllo playing the game Leonard got broke, seized the ten cents, was confronted by Sayers and that he (Leonard) then did tho stabbing. Thu witnesses for the defense were afterwards examined, and It Is expected that tho casowill be concluded this afternoon. Hlnteruom Thieve Cniiturcd, Two passengers named James Roberts and Waller Harrington, who arrived on the steamer George Leary from Norfolk jestcrday morning, woto turned over to thu custody of tho ofllcers at tho wharf and loekeel up nt the Fourth Precinct station. Their actions on the boat were uch as to arouse the suspicion of Cap tain Davis and his mon, and they wero watched very closely. Soon after dark they wero caught Irvtho act of removing some satchols containing valuable pi pers from tho stateroom of Colonel llayno, U. S. A., after having previously broKcn in the door. They had to be put In irons and locked up In the strong room of thu steamer for safekeeping, Criminal Aaiault on a Younc (llrl. A pleasant-faced and modest-looking colored girl, 10 years of age, who was employed In her uncle's restaurant, at 1313 D street, was sent to tho adjoining house on Sunday with a breakfast for Thomas Mcllugh, a white man. She now claims that Mcllugh assaulted her and she had a warrant issued for his arrest. There is much Indignation among the friends of the young girl, who gay that the man locked her In the room In order to accomplish his pur pose. She cried for help and those who overheard her were, they say, even refuted admittance to the room. The case will be tried in the Police Court this afternoon. SntliTactorj- RIvlNServlce Inspection, Secretary Doyle of the Civil-Service Commission, returned last night from an official visit at the classified post ottices at Pittsburg. Indianapolis, Dee Moines, Omaha, Denver and Kansas Cily. There has been a change of postmasters at these offices excepting Des Moines and Omaha. The purpose of Mr, Doyle's visit was to observe the operation of the civil service rules and to bring about uniformity and greater efficiency in the work of the local boards of examiners. 3Ir. Doyle said that the merit system was being strictly ee forced at these otrkes, and that the moral tone and business erriciescy prevailing was very gratifying. Hurt Wlillu Trjlnc to Jump it Train Yesterday eveaUg James Stewart at ttMipted to board tke "Alexandria local" at the laterseetloo of Maryland avenue between Sixth aad Seventh streets, but missed Vis footiaar, and w viokatiy throw a to tke ground. He sustained injuries about Ike head aad body, sad had to be takea to tke KButrgeBey Hospital for treatoteat. Ilk injuries are not considered dan gerous. Amateur lfcuetNtll. Tke .harock defeated the Lime Kiln Club yesterday aiteraooa by a score of 15 to 13. Tke battery for tke Shamrocks were Collins and. Crow lev. and tor tke Lime Kiln Club, CoUias and Maaey. Cokau aatl Crowley did some excellent playing. Tke Sham rocks have reorganized a baiekall team for tke season oT 18807 and would like to hear from all teams whose uieeaber are under 17 years of age. Address J. Donovan, WH O street northwest. Uawase Claluutd fur S4iaUr. Walter Parr docketed a suit ia the Circuit Court this morning against Joka cjUaa, in wkkk he claims $10,000 damages for slander. Tke slaadal'is words alleged to have keen uttered by hcanlan ia tke Bteseoot of other par ties on June 5, lata), were, "You are (weaning tke pialati Prr) aa Eajlisb. tkievlag and a dirty kouod. ana yon save wen arrested is wyu Itigton city. District of Columbia, for tkleving. CttjetAf zaniuekiintf so ASajsaaie 6sar vim On VrUay of ce wk durwg June. n& and Herns! ike Jtotrltaonj and Olio 81. wiH e?l fliv')riii'ta tl-'tewts to AUauiL: t itji, good ftdag os tram leaving B. dt U. form tke only Ouuhk tri;k cwMWAUm-tk-Cttj. hVofcel jUAtseUe, Caw x, a J , w tke rastfeur auauuer home, "t'te imeet t eat ui Uw ui Ui Uttwetlmtcly o(ioite ttc ttcw Uuii tcr Owucd by seme m.ui- J I JU A Ukt i Ntn en ans masaier testa to a&4 ifk-hidini' ska fewweywig Tiiirartay at nftfar ff fof tkt wt64 Ute. TSsB- 4 U. and HMmns Bayaiada RELIEF FOR THE CONTEE HEIRS. Hock Creek I'rnperty Vntnml at Over $100,000 Involved, An opinion rendered this morning by Justice Cox, in the Court in General Term, was bated upon a decision ren dered by Justice Merrick in the case of Contee ts. Lyon, and In which larnl to the value of over 100,000 at RocK Creek is involved. It appears that many years ago the High Court of Chancery of the State of Maryland decreed the sale of the Rfljek Creek property and other property be. longing to Mr. John Contee In Prince George's County. Md. Evan Lvon became the purchaser of the Rock Creek property, ami it was sought to divest the Contee heirs of all right In the estate and of any relief whatever in the premises. It was so decided by Justice Merrick, ami which decision was contested by the Oontee heirs. The opinion of Justice Cox elves the Contee heirs relief, and is virtually a decision in their favor. "NEARER, MY QOD, TO THEB." fVliy 1'IOns nicoli Object tr tho SlnR lnc or tlio Hentitltnt Hymn. Several orthodox clergymen ami lay men have come to the conclusion that they can no longer unite in singing the beautiful hymn, the burden of whteh Is, "Nearer, my God.toTheo." What Is worse, they cannot remain In church while It Is being read or sung. The complaints against it are that the author of it was a unitarian, and that the hymn itself contains no rcfeience to C'hilst or the atonement. This simple lyric, full of trust and devotion, has been Incorporated Into the collection of hymns used by several orthodox denominations and the senti ment contained In It has found Its way Into many a heart. It has been trans lated Into many languages and adapted to the tunc of "llcthany," Professor Hitchcock states that In his visit to Syria ho heard It sung by Mohamme dans, Jews, Greeks, and Armenians. Rut members of cortaln Christian sects declaro that tho hymn "must go," No one has ever rmesltoned tho char acter of Sarah Flower Adams, tho author of this hymn. She was an ornament to her sex and n credit to tho hitman race. She was destitute of vanity nnd tho do sha for notoriety, which arc tho "beset ting sins" of most authors. Her strong and abiding faith In divine providence Is shown In the hymn, each stanza of which closes with the wonls, "Father! Thy will, not mine, bo done," ns well as In the more familiar one, commen cing, "Nearer, my God, to Theo." Certain pious bigots also recommend eliminating from their books of sacred song tho well known hymns, "God Is love, Ills mercy brightens," "My soul be on thy guard" and "Again aa even ing shallows fall." All the hymns of Henry W. and Samuel Longfellow, HairictMartlneau and John Piurpont aru to bu excluded. It seems to be un fortunate that more than half of our lytic poets are unitarians, since their songs cannot lie sung In a large propor tion of our churches. Since John Henry Newman changed his rcllgloug faith his beauttful hymn, "Lead, Kindly Light," Is no longer sung In most protestant churches. It seems to be taken for granted that this gem of Chrlstaln literature should bo taken from the hymn book because the author of It In the bolghtof his famo and the maturity of his Intellect "went over to Rome. Hut nothing written since the Psalms of David has done more to arouse and quicken religious sentiment. Apparently there Is less toleration among religious sects than thore was a few years ago. The time may yet come when Calvlnlsta and Wesleyans will de cline to read books published by Uni tarians, to buy cloth made by Quakers, to patronize drug stores kept uyL'nl vcisallsts or to take Ice that la delivered by Roman Catholics. Where Tliev llrretl. Fun, ihi JVadiMrt JkmiKrat. The Nonh Dakota train robber went to work In the clumsy, foolish old plan. They should have got an Item In the McKlnley bill In their favor. Then their robbery would have brought them more money and no risk. Clerical Chance. The following chances have been made In the office of the Civil-Service Commission Mr. O. S. Swark pro moted to class 1. $1,900, George W. Leadley to class $1,000, and P. V. Rum to class $000. jj vjp' C3 INFANTS.INVAUDS. I "THI QW 9 flfl Kl 1 THE ONLV Perfect Substitute for Mother's Milk. INVALUABLE IN CHOLERA INFANTUM iHO TEETHING. A mikklj tMimiliteJ Fuod for DYSPEPTICS, CONSUMPTIVES, CONVALESCENTS, A PERFECT NUTRIENT 1c Ulmlng.liwirt. KpuuEs no taaima. iters is tt ciimatcs. SEND!". "l'.'4Thp Cars and Feedlngel DOLIBER-OOOOALE CO . BOSTON. MISS. r'OU KENTItOOlIS. AiiurWtfiitnU tmJtr UU4 JUaJ, fmrltm w It4, jt cMit for m tewr'taa; soemtibf Vktm, HAXSbOMX FCXKISHKD HOOMri, BN suite or kiate. at tbe Bae.Uhm, M ntk t w, oferWukimt McPheriaa Square. Cmoen table- FNt KMST-TWO PVUNUHiU KUOMC. Mtltubie fur gem lamen Mo. 9SS M st w. t'KKSOX VL. &4aMfmMMAklXiT Masjfef tVUat AalaW JtotF afeaat 0t iui, Ibomttjtr M iMrttflM.'li tmh for Ut. VTOW h TSK TIMB. Wl WILL PAX "Wr aauner" lor aaau' inrt-ola see- SJt&rmia.aw.e'tU " tUK S.1I.K MlSOKLLAMi)U. 4isBBarlalBamif aasalaatf lAid " almMr l&mzM Of T?Mi.J-?I-tM wmi. i- uau new, i iulcw, saw akiiiln4v oer CSet eoadkioB. Aoaress or uwr m 3 vWk 1 IM F eeet Meiuner of W. sumU. BetimiKy ah ami mrHlae kniigUt iml v. w. HJinma. BeJosi, KAiwi . HERRON & RAMHY. SS4L KSTAte, t-uana. Kenu, ana iuautaee. KU. mBJ-WJMMPril.W. " '! iiiniiiNiiiii.iii.im .i.iy.ii.1 lltiif V IBIj Ml ' Vjf (MP IKfitlM. s. at sioy , ixai'i or ooe ut 4U. w aa4 Xenteriaa. w I, an-, ewv Cm; trfiaU sKZf& Ttr 4 w w A i jllllwijlU 'RPECIAT. NOTtCn. 3if OFFJCK OF COI.LBCTOR Of TA XB8 & nTSTXt1"1, ' f-nl-1 BIA. . wnisnTos, .Time (I. 199 yoTTCB. All owner or keepers of doirs fa thrwrtctof oolirtnMa are hereby noti B1 tat the rarty tn lmtwet bvactof CMigTf on afl 6t owned or kort la mm Dhtrtct will be ti and parable on JUI.T 1, two. rMi pnrteentof hM ta. taes wllltwls ftttQ s prorldert m ald aet. By orifercf Cotnmlmlonen, D. C. jfll,;t CWteetor of Taxes, D.c. mvn Jffl WASHHTOTOT IUSTJI CO KW Fstrewa.w cArTTAti sum&b. , Thl company Hsttes enllfleales of deprwtt bearing Interest as follows: on all ariornus dTtolted for nffity days or mare, htt lw than lx monih. 8 rr cent. rr unnnm; si rr cent, on dpolt for mnfe ttmn si iron t nn. bnt lew ftiana TeartM4 percent, on depoilts of oti year or loniref . Secnred Inrestnetts for sale. Monet loaned. W. B. ROBW0W. ?W. B. H. WARKSR, Pret. MBJKITOR8: Cbsrles B. Barley, neorte F, Srbafer, Jatnes L. Barbour, John A Hamilton, Oeorjte B. Bartol, Thomas Swnervllle, Richard W. Clay, John A. Swope. norace 8. Ctuntnmirs, J. 8. Swormstedt, J. J. DurllMton, Itnlternley W, Talbott, John Joy Bdeon. 0or Trnedell, Charles 3. Faaikner, B. B. Warner, Albert T. Ftx, A. A. Wilson, O. C. Green. L. D. Wine. Wlllhtm B. Ottrtey, S. W. Wotiilward, Jobs It. Lamer, Cba. Benj. Wilkinson, A, S. WortMwrton. . feg-tt ggyj. wittJAM lb (ftwesMCi1 to Henry Lee's Sms), tSDBRTAKBR, m TA. AVB. K. W., Sonth Htl. Branch Oflc, 9 Marylaml ave. s. w. 83T: DR. WUITB, CHinoroDtST, ltl Fenna. ave-oowjitte Wlllfirit's Hotel. Thonls from rar ami near visit lr. White for relief from aad avoidance of corn, Imn Ions, diseased nails ami all other font tronble. Honr, 8 a. m. to S p. m. Sttn day?, 9 to 1. BMabllshea 1W1. Fee.$l. rTUSLAW HBIOnTS. Tnnlaw ltolehts preent more ijelratl features for actnal residence than any sub division In the District of Columbia. Tho Improvements, now In progress, will Include all the conveniences of oily life ()b, Water, Feverae, Electric Car Service and I'avements. The sllnation Istinriraled In natnral beantv and commands In all directions uninterrupted views of the City of Washington, Maryland and Virginia, C.J.BSLL, f Trustees. 1110 O st. n. w. Lot for alo by fitch, fox iinowu, l H7 r. are. OOLDSl'.OHOUDII HHO.i. XCO., 1508 Fa. ave. KJtMOSS A BnoWN. mySl.lm Atlantle BnlMlnt. j35r"FonsnBnn a Murtnw. - Airents In Washington for TlIEWIlITTIKIt ELEVATOIt Of lloston. THE BEST ELEVATOIt IN THE WORLD. Over 40 have been put Into the bestbnlld Incs In Washington In the last two years by us. Estimates promptly furnished. Also agents for the Wotthlngtnn Steam rumplnjr Mnohln cry. Also (icnorsl Machinists and engineers. A large took of Bnglnes and Hollers, 1'iimps and Elevators on hand. Wsrcnx ms from 1001 to 1005 Seventh street southwest USBr-HENIUKTTA TAOK FOX AND WM. k' Taicwell Fov, petitioners In eoulty, cause No. 10,'HI, Supreme Court, District of Columbia, ask that their names respectively may be changed to Henrietta PageCarr nnd John OIlIls Carr, by which names alouathey have ltn known for the 1 1st twelve years, ami row ghe nonce of such application In accordance with taw. JuV.lwd KPr-JtOCIIDAI-E CO OP. SOCIETVOFTIIE DIST. OF COL. Members of this society are Informed that the new Trade Cards land Lists), Improved and extended, are now ready for Issue. Memliers will return the old (green) card, with their address written across the face, to any of those Banted below and obtain the new on payment o the proper fee. There being over 4,000 members who should obtain the new cant tefnre April 30th Instant promptness is adTlsable, tht otd cant U of ns UhiJH aJUr A ijrti SO. J.W. HAusriA, Secretary, W n st. Cash Doom, Treasury Dept, and atesi5tbt, at noon and at I o'clock n. m. A.T. InEley,prest.W A st n e, Agr'l DepC Smith Thompson, V. V., 1 Knw, A.O. O., War Dept. L. VanUerhoef, tti Freaeh st, Bareaa of statistics. B. c. Faweett, M Mats ave a e. tth And. omrv. J. B. McCabe, 94 Sit st ne, P. O. Deat. II. W. biolth. 71 II st s w, O. M. Q. O. L. F. Hunt, 1S10 titttw, fttli Aad. Oolce. L. E. brldley, INUs w, W. OMce Treaurv John Morrison. 4 15 Kt a W, FeB. 0Joe. Dr. Joe. Jour, S.1 Pa ave B w, 8. 0. O. John Plan, SIS aad st n w, A. O. O. ('. II. Sayer, Surgeon General's OMee. Edward Sexton, MS II it a e. Govt. Print ing Oalce. J. C. Drown, 7th st and It. I. ave (Droit Store). D. M. Davis. U13 lth st n w. Be. Bag. aad Printing. Oliver Pfifour, Cashier's Noon, CHy Post office. John II. Jones, ISSs Sth t a w, Siena! Oabw. Dr. E. U CorbiB. Peeoad Auditor's OAce, J. M. AadrtM, 1540 Columbia t, O. L. O., Int. DeM. J.F Pane, l F st a w (Groeert. V. J. Youbl-, no frprece t. My. Dlv. Treaty. Dept, W. H. Womr.ley, It H t n w, Ofltee Rev Mar.Treas. Frank Sibley. TDK isth st a w. Cfatar Store. Dy order of the exective eomaUttee J. W. II AKSHA. Secretary. KSyLADIES! LADrESI LADIB6I KX? Mrs. MeCsJTst ty Is the only bat aad bonnetfraiae maBafaetarer 1b the olty. OhU and see ber sew ssajms. Blwtealag aad preeslsg. Straw aad tm bata alteted te tke latest style. Orders proejptly atleadml te. WW G street B.w. KKT-WHY SOT HAVE YOUR SHIRTS aeuiebf oae of tke asost eelekttUed euttfrs ns Asaeriea! Frtees kaaae as those tbint rate cutters eauee. F, T. BALL, sag F KB w. rOK KK-STIIOUSttei AitHfMl4tm felsUabsr tasaf AsW taww MaUJ Or tut, as (tmtt m ess iiMTHua; Mtmls far Uu. TjK)K KEJiT-UVFUJtfUtlJtlt- JWl KIavBW.i7re fjease m Wm ave, 1 rs aad stabie W & Mil fct w.Hrs M& UllCbtuaave. IS rs 175 W 1Mb e., ia r its at lSkkitav.UM tie sa ihsiii.kn mie iv ae a end lud ave -Tr HWlsUitiv.lln 17Osiaw,U IsM flaja t a w. ts r. . . ns Piuw.un 7SM Set w. H re s j-akivita square, is r frL'3" leMcfcajMattBw, ut HMKMti n lMdiwb a l w. wru am ass onijer riatt, wrs aa 1513 0t n w. 11r S3 S S Ys.se. Mr if is Mvuemtes st, r as UU Btes FiaZe, I re MlsstBW,a nt, r r. lUsmbatB v,7it UMSstaw.an WWsiti.VM JlSIFst. 7rs , pflaf Wt wm m W 9sM . sets Mtk a bw. .... B17QiI.Tr, . , UWVsJlacbst.Cia swsumb w.a. rjr. 8lSbtBW,TIB nas k y w. av! Kfcembstav.lM - WW 4h et b W 6 rs Ui.Hl.u;u w. 7r pef i&'i iwb a a w, I r m 1SOMHU W. S . .. .. V JU msiistsw.tn HI iaei sbtst b p. s r , TWMBMMI rtaSBBW I"-. r aa. er- SS2,T vara bmakb mkw eix- rea) feaaia aeaaes, leh sjBjffers Tif JaSaSe eTA. llOTsfiirTiikl M'..iXiiu,iiin8gs8BMBBgga i usawawaet Jd e exteuded, on the IU. -4 toe Mii toe wad Suldlvrs' Huaw sWlwwr. twliw 4 vn ot the eta.te ii Uie late Chief Juatjee Cuam:. B..w tlIed"KtUtomi " if Jopp..n..ty fur 'iji;-u.rs. IVr uuuii!w- pn ti, ct , It...wHlUt.lUli3t SiUttSi . at- At'CTItlN S.r.K8. mHOMAS DOWMWO. Xtrctlotieer. TBVSTCT8' 8At OF2rloyjB FROT- SORThWBST. rdBBTJVQ HOUSK ITO. 910 WD STRBRT By vlrtne of a certain deed of trnst dated Ma ia, A. D. W, duly rcy.-rded In liber r?o 188S, MIo 86V, et gcq. one of the lfttld records for the District of nlnmbta, and at the writ ten reonest of the party ocenred thereby, wr ?I11 offer for ale In front of the pTem1e on CBSDAY, TR F1HT DAT OF .lll.Y, A. t. 7SW, at 5 o'crtck p, m., the foHoWlngde'wrlbed rrortrty, ltnate In the City of Washington, DWrlct of Columbia, to wit: The north twenty one feet three inches front by the depth of lot number sixteen In n.nare nnrn rcred rlftv fonr. Improved by two story frame dwelling nonse, Ac. Terms of al: one half eh, balanro In one and two years, with intertwt at the rate of S rrt centum, payable remt annually, and seenred by a deed of trust on property sold, or all cash at pnrehaser's option. SW8 de posit at time of sale. All conreyanclng and recording at pnrchaer'a oot Term toh compiled with In ten days or the property will be resold at the risk and cot of default Ing pnrchsssr THOMAS .1 I.rTTRBLT Trnstee. for Pa. nvc. and 90th st. WALTER G DtCKFTT, Trustee, for. Ta ave and SM st JnlD lit flUR u HEIGHTS. No such opportunity ever offered as tills. Farm prices for mildlng lots. 7.50O to 20,000 Kjiiare feet, from $15 TO $75 beautifully sltuatetl on high ground. Lots in the Immediate neighborhood are selling for more than twice the amount. Houses soon to be erected all over the tract. Don't miss this, but call and satisfy yourself of the outlook for the city of Laurel. Carusi, Evans & CarusL 12'ji r sTiti:irr .. w. tutf.lm ivANTim nt:i.i. .iitttrtlmnmu vntltr Mi Html, fmrliwcr 4H, 96 tti fw ont Intfrlkm: 50 y( far tbrtf. WANTED-AN AN'RENTICE WHO HAS had experience In printing straight matter; lady preferred. Address U, this officii, luie-lt w ANTKD-A WHITE GIRL FOIt OEN- eral honsewora in a small tamny. man, wife ami boy 8 years old: German pre ferred; to the rlgnt party a pleasant horn and good wages assured. Apply at No. 1MJ ostn w. WANTED-I1Y A 10OD COLOItBD LAUN dress, washing and Ironing In do at home: references given. Apply 1819 N 11 av. AN ABLE ADVERTISING, INSURANCE, State, Lightning-rod- or Book Agent, or Keporter, of great tsavolr falre, for literary work. Large salary. Write Loudon A Hart ford l'nb. Co.. N. Y. WANTllIJ.lttSCKI.T.ANI'.OUS. AitttrllrmnU tmtte Mis Af,r ttasser Int. US etnU fer esvs IamtHm; 50 ttnU far Urn. A FEW DBSIR.1ILK ROOMS. WITH steam power, good elevator service and flrst cUm Janltorshlp, In the 1'ObT BUILDINU, for rest at low rate to first class tenants. Apply to ST1LSON I1UTCI1IN8, 9 Tost DnlldlBg, or FRANK MAGUIRE, Superin tendent. UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION' OVER A MILLION DISTRIBUTED. L.8.S o. L. L0UISIJ1NA STATE LOTTERY CO. Incorporated by the Leelalatnre for wlia-a-tiooal and charitable purposes, and Unfran chise made a part of the present State Con stitution, In 17), by an onawusuiiNa roru ubvoie. Its GRAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAW INGS take place Seml-AnBiMllr (J use anil Deeemberl. and IU URAND SINGLE NUM BER DKAWIKtiS take piace In eaoti of the other ten moatbs la toe year, and are all drawn la public, at the Academy of Music, New Orleans, La. B"We do hereby certify that w supervise the arraBgeaients for all the Monthly and SeiBl Auaaa Drawlugs of the Louisiana state Lottery Co , aad In person manage and con trol the drawing themselves, and that the same are conducted with hone.ty, talruess and In good faith toward all partus, and we art hatful the eonpany to use this certificate , with fee similes of our signatures attaubvd, la Re adverthemeBt." Ceuitulsslsoers, We the aadertloaed banks aad buUera will y all prizes draws In the Loul-Iaua Mat Lesterfaw wkteb saay be preMsated at oar foeeti rs R. M. WALMSIHY, Ffes't La. Mat. Beak. F. LANAUX, Fres't Male Net. Haak. A. MALBWIK. Fres't N. O. Mat. Bank, CARL KOUN, Fves't UsJua Net. Beak. 6KANB MONTHLY OKA WINS will lake place AT TBI ACADEMY OF MUilC, TXtW OKLEAM. Tl'-sDAY. JCLYw. lsei. CAPITAL PRIZE - - WMS ?-ke at : Balsw. $m Oaarters. i; TeBlbs, K. Tweatiet ), ii. Ua OF FBUSHi. i fmieb or mum is tm-e i fuse or mmu m,m lFKIZlO MVMWb Mjm lFBiioF aajttie mm sPKiaieo' wjyeare suue PlfcOs iJaie. asjw Me PB18ESO IWeae. ,-e MslFiizesef ibw)v. IVM eFviaeui Mwaee wjhb MlFrtoirf mum. -.... ria4of MHa. w: ssnj wmmm-' fm Trine innaiitlar tn il.iLsuJ wHrfsSt4asT seitf wsilitfiaifw with traisi eaaaKSEee aiad sfBiislHr Ttfuiri raHf ne tara MifdeMiery wBT-w awared b ime wnuhsw esHwsiiw mmrwe jhm swt w IMPOOTAST. M coi 'WtBJaf Pjsta2 01 .sfiitsVEjjr- KAVKffo( SewTWaeiui. auJ tae ticket are cleaed by (be FtesWeut ul a in.liu.iuiu ow bartered right!, are reoetpiUet ta tb bigbtsst i uort . Tbeitate, besrart of 1 il- tJtllSitotle p cOt'ST ! Of tH I T MlTbD T VT iui (kAwtn-t I tbB Ltiusiira &tu lutWrj CO, b-, CiS TVAT.ib sLc tijkti i Ljui'nn. wb-b ' LCi NOT KXUKE LNTIX JASCASY 1 e5PfeI rnorosAT.s. TiRoroHALS FOR IRON BEVWS AND J. girders. Oflbr of Bnllding for Ubrary of Crvnjrrww, ll Bat Capitol street, Washing ton, D. c, 3rmr so, i" - Separate caled prorosal for fnrnlshing and delirerlng the rolhrd Iron beams nnd plate and tres d gird er rriulred for (he Bonding for Library of t tmgrcss, in thl i Itv. will be rcetvrd at this rffce nntlis o'clnck p m on TiTTR'nAT, THI TmRT) DAT OFIILT, 1m find open'-d Immediately thereafter In presence of bid rter. Sptefftfatlon. general Instrticftons and condition" and blank formi of proposal may be obtained on application st this onVo. BERNARD R. ORRRN. Snoerlntcndent and Engineer Joj,sjhr77,ies PROPOSALS TOR SUPPLIES -DBPART-JL nwnt ot .Tnstlce, Washington, D. C, jnne M, isro sealed proposals for furnish ing the Department of .Tnstlcewlth the rnwes;-i-ary supplies of the following artlo es, rame y. fnel, l-e, stationery, washing to wels. miccilaneon, for Its use dnrlng the (tseal year ending .tnne . 1MI. will fie received nntll I ovhjrk m MOSDAT. .TCLT T, ian at the office of tho Chief Clerk and snperra te ndent of the building. The right to fWe defects and to rejeor any or H bids !s re served. Blank form ami Information wilt e furnished on application W. n. H. MILLER, Attorney ;eneral. Jn?S,r PROrOSAIS TOR FCRNlSItlNO TERRA 1 C-OTTA I'irS ANDBRASCHES IN TH t I ITT OF WASHINOTOS, D. C. Ovricg or thk coterssiojsans, WA'ntnTfo, .Tnne 18, l9. SRALKIMROPOSAI Will be received at this ofnre until Ho'cloek m. on 1 Hl'RPDAT, .IULT , 190, FOR t,fB fert S-lnchTcrraCotla ripe, SUB feet Inch Terra Cotta T Branches LOT left S Inch Terra Cotta ripe. I.AW feet ISiS Inch Terr t otta Y Branches. , feet 18 Inch Terra cotta ripe, 1,9T0 feet ISxS hlch Terra Cotta T Branches. ,rro feet IMnch Terracotta npe.l.oTfl feet ISxs Inch Terra Cotta Y Branches, two feet llneh Terra Cotta Pipe, and feet Slxa-rnch Terra Cotta r Branohes. Hero feet 81 Inch Terra Cotta npeuWO feet S4x-ftich Terra Cotta T Branches. 3,M feet M list h Terra Cot I ripe. Blank forms of proprwals and pecilloallrm can b ohtalneil at this office on application t hcref or. together wit h all necessary In forma tion, ami only bid on these forms will be considered . The right Is reserved lo reject any and all bids or parts of bids J. W. OOUOLA8S. I O. HINB, H.M. HOIIBRT, Jn91,(!t Commissioners pilOrOSAL TOIlSTltERT LtOHTINtl. Ornca or ta CotnstoNg Washinutok, H. C.,.Inne 18, lafln. Pealtd proposals will be re-eived at this ffrWeHntlltt o'clock m. on FRIDAY, JUNE St, 1809, for furnishing lamps and Illuminat ing material and lighting, extinguishing, rmlntalnlng and repairing streetoll lmn In the District of Columbia for the year ending June an, isoi. lllank forms of proposals and specifications can be obtained at this office uion applica tion therefor, together with all necessary Information, anil bids npon these forms only will bo considered. The right Is reserved lo reject any and all bids. .I.VV. DOIfOLAS, I (I HINB, II M. HOIIBRT. Commissioners of the Dlstriet of Columbia. JnW.Bt PltOPOHtU FOR HAND. OttAVRr, AND 1II10KKN MTONR FOIt THE DISTHICT OFIOLIMIHA. Orrice or thr Commiioneiw I). C. WasHineTnn. D. C ,.lune 18, MX). Sealed proi-osals will be rccolveil at this office until li o'chwk m. on MONDAY, .IUNK so, io. for furnishing sand, gravel and broken stone for the public works of the DIs trlrt of Columbia. Blank forms of proposals and speolflca tlonscan tie obtained at this office on appll cation tl.crefor, together with all necessary Information, and bids on these formionlr will l ronsldereil The right Is riwencil to rejhx I any ami all bids or parts of bh's. .1 V. IJOUOLiASS, L.O. IIIXR. II. M. HOIIEKT, Commissioners D. C. JuSMt 'PROPOSALS FOR FURNISHINO MlsCBL Jt laneouosuppllea and to aud the twr cbase of waste paper. Unttad Males Coast and (Icofletlc r ey office, Washlnglon. I). C .lune 13, 1W0. peeled proposals will be rfculted at this oArn until g o'oloaki) m, or TUESDAY. JUNR !M, WW. for furnishing miscellaneous sumille for the use of tlw Coast and Ucodetlc Wurvey Office. In such ciuantltles ai may be required from time to time during the fli-ul year ending .tune 30, Met, Including chemicals, grocers' sundries, can enter-shop stock, lumber, xlnc. Ice, pur chase or waste papsr, Ac. Proposals of only actual and responsible dealer In tin-articles will heacrvpted. and awards will be made. Item by Item, to the best Mddt-r for each Haw. The prices projiosed must lneiwlc the dellxery ot the articles at the Coast and Oeo detic Survey Office free of all charges for packing, hauling or freight. Blank forms for proposals will be furnished on application to the undersigned. The right Is reserved to re ject any or all bids and to waive any defects. Envelope containing proposals should be irartiil "I'ropotal for Miscellaneous Sup- Illes," "Proposal for Ice," "Proposal for 'u re base of Waste Paper," respectively, and addressed to the SuierluteBdent Catted Mates Coast and (iendetlu Surrey, Washing ton. D. C. T. C. MENDENHALU Kiiiwrtn tendent. Jei:.lt.. AHCIIITBCTS OFFICE. U. H. CAPITOU May . IW).-Proposals for Marble and Oranlte Work for Fountain and Ibuln and for ftrvBie Vases aud LampisMts for Terrace U. S. Caiillol.-heparate propoaU for the arovewifl be rccelvwl until THURSDAY, JUNE S6,lSM.at li o'clock boob, at this office, where plans, specifications aad model may now be wu. EDWARD CLARK, Archl tect ''. 8. Capitol. FOIt SAI.K IIOUSH"). AdTtrUtmwtU tnuUr tAU Ased, fenr Himtr hit, X cu fyr 04 iHMrHes; W tmufw IAr, F" R bALE-FINE COTTAi.E ON 0K are, Takoma; lot tx3a; good cellar, M el), shade, orchard, garden, grapes, berrtee and ruBBlng water; small cash aid moot hi r IjBitBt;a bargain at 8.0nt. OWNER, 11 . talT.St I70R SALE-A BARGAIN IF SOLD AT : once; -tUry aad baseaMBt brick bouse; 7 rooms asd bath: all mod loin: altiuUMl at No 43 I st n w; pricn tt.snu; urns one third easfi, neiauce i. - ana s years. Ar to FRANCIS UUFTY. I3W F st a w. feS FR SALE-1N ALEXANDRIA. i-HOOM fraaie bouse, Juat ialshlug; Bydraatla yard: tot UxllS; sueg bom; prie. ihX). Ap ply to ROBERT J. THOMAS. Room Mo. , ttt Uibst. F OH SALE-THREE OF THE CHEAPEST bouaaa In WasbiBAtoa. t&L tM aad lie ma m b e; i wo-siory aaa niniiamt, erowa stose triaualBge; T rouws aad batb; abtctrte bells asd gas: price, S8.4W each, 9M eash balaaee ta salt or trada for good lute run SALB AMI ItUNl'. TDEAL EfcTATK Bl LLBTIN THOMAS E. WAdUAMAM. 1T F street. Cbangce made Wedeedava aad Saturdays. e-kTOKY EJUCE AMD FKAMK HiMJ-W FOB sit I stew, bb, muiars. SMjba) iaulbMBw,b.Bii. Wrs UMt 7GUB w, bh.i.Wrs SM U(tbstB w. bb, rs Ul aa ladleae. at a w. skin tjw 1 Bceedary t u w.fb,rs . 7,Mt JSBsjes w.fb,rs T. eJKstas.bb. Ww . 14tfKJaveBW.fb.tr uw li;UitBW.bh.8rs Ukt) -JffOMY EiULE AM MUME 0ih WW Mfiitiv. bb,Tr fMtt sxw m w, m o, i re. eaa i I brew JU) !Uh 4 . b b, n i, n - 5,( vat ms m s w, ss s is. -. SW aad Sett fa ate aad tteSUat aad J unBpiikvedlots.se. - 4.SM HLrti, s, I ism MiaiXX e w. bb.Trs 4.W AUeibetttbaad Ttk. 6 aad X te e, bb,4r im testsMiv.f m tm hbhw OB, are. m wmwmx m twewn? mm m Fa eve. bet Kb Tt-sSaaa, st. feet B aiidSsts n w .. tk . bat B ad is m 1 SB BwahariiiB ave a2 Basil sa. ai sia Oit7bei1teM4litair mm. 11 jl Mi WHK0p S-Me-iB-l Hi IHrf, MciMMk Kf .bBW Urs... aci m asc a w. r- use ii ata.M i aw. lire taxeow.i toe at Hi r. to 'xl Si 15 IT09 13 50 Is IP mm 999 sc 11T M I ave m Bt. T rs taat, vs- aawav.tw- ru 4 4 a at. fie .... I8H nsr. Tr... WeMfFi W.sre HKatlfli6:tt, eta SMfstB, oMdn!-.6r .. SlTdSf,tH atuevetw, w i Ji kJiMt ajfej a e. i ssi I'UrUe vm o w, r ir U) bums w siui at a sec eeaa. Tbe le b unbj a isortuo of the property ue B.y Lu.-ba for tu'i Lst .i 1 it uSaS '-- bieti. !asud -t ih :; i;,J ;: Jj. sax FOR SALE! HOUSES. IHtory amt bsssjHUBni tnVfrw- br'ik bmtss); en intwcra IwnBV0iBeaier sitnato ftstnint strfe4f betwvsB fj aWu D efc 4W Prtce, r,000. B-skwy frwnbsw,wRhJarjrni situ .it e en Sixth street, between B and 0 se. vn rXee, j,ooT. 8-a(rry brrtlt he s, rTrntatntna: rooms and bath; glee of lot, lJsT!, situate on U street sw, KB Price, fajsTO. 8-tr)ry ami hack Mi11dln brtek dsrelllnir, eontalnlmr 10 rontne; all modVrn Improve ments; sflttatsj m corner of Nleth and O streets lw. 4B3 Frk, a.ix. -tory brick house, rooms and bath; sltnale on I, street, between Sort Capitol and First street nw. 408 frfee, IB..VW. -tory brfck bowse, cotitatnlnf 19 room, alt modern Imiiro (ments; altaate N Kl K street nw, s . Phi fW.oo. 8-sinty lirtk hottse, 10 moras; stse of lut, SnxUft; situate No. 1488 5 at nw. 881 frlee,IO,Ono. 3-story ami basement; hrtest bouse. 7 room ami tsttb; sltnalerm Jew Rampehire avenue, bet, Land M eta. aw. 4tW FHee, ft,.W. 9-story B-room brkik bowse; ettaate on Clevelaml ave,, bet. 19a aast 18th, VY and Iknindary. 405 frte, fi,oro. 9-story C-room brick bowse, oa WalUth Plate. 4S1 Price, H,v. 3-story tVrooni btlek bowse; tttaai on Wallatfi Place, 418 rrke, ,W. 3-story brick house, contatalne; II rooms aiidlstlli: ami all modern tmpnrvemtnU, situate No. 1W0 O st. n. w 450 Price, f16 Improved property on Use aertb aide of (I St., wide front. 414 Prke, ,ono. A large stable property tn a ifeetrabb lo cation; now under lease to good tet m t, pajlnet) per cent. 817 Wee, tamouo. 4UFrsm dwelling. Great ave,. Meunl Pleaeant. 1'rfce, $7,000. 4W Fotir alley bouse, eontalnlni; 4 rooms-, each rest fur $13 per isontb. l'rkc, JS1.MK). 4H 8-roow frame bouee, lo 80x75, on U at. se. Price, S,H). 497 History ami cellar brlek bouse, 'J roome ami batb: situate on Celumtia HelghU. Prke, $J0,fX. Houses at Falls Church, Vn. A new cottage, situate eely 5 minutes' walk from Falls Church stallosis. V. A O. K. K., Vs., containing rotwts, bath, pan try, and trunk room; site ot lot, HOii.iO feet. Trice, .M(X. Term easy. AtSO-A new cottage, situate only 3 minutes' walk from Falls Church station, W. A U. K. K., Va., eontalBlBe;, parlor, (lliilngroom, kitchen, 4 bed-rouses, batb, servanU' roem aatl attic. Prke, 3,300. Terms easy. 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Priaee aad Patrick st. 4W Prlee, $3,500 4 -story brick ilweUiac bouse, built In ite a st autietaatial uaaeer, foaleraiBK M tooau, i of lot Jill3. l Price, $43110. si-story aad baek btiO-as brick htui, coeulBiBjf b ro , -luWoa CaJutas t., near Prlve. 4bS Price, &,. KM 3 story brick dweliiair eoase, ccc taiateg IS rMBt aad all a-deta b-provt. Beet; lergg, yard; situate oa ior. Weeltta-t(Ni aad Caiaefoa ate,, secwiis CM Christ l-buxce, Alea4ri. YiT Ttie la the beat stU-ttoa us AleraaarU. Prlie, pyeaa Tem4)-tM caeh, beU.e om aad two feats, WHOLE SQUARES -IK- ROSSLYN. KKWmmfjff TsB"'f w w" BPJ Pa-iP Tp8p' " FRANCIS HUFTY loft Kstatis Bmksr, MMl t Maeet, WMetUWi. U. C. tl