THE DAILY CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 21, 1800.
IT THE GAPITOL
I ! KGE OPPROORAMME REGARD
ING THE SILVER BILL
ME REASONS FOR IT AND ITS MEANING
The Hens Will Cemfckr the Dill at
Once nnd Vote TKMriw.
If MAY PASS BOTH HOUSES THIS WEEK.
..lhon Redepttt Will 9e Drtfj,
Naval mi Psstve Appro.
In the Senate to-day the conference
report on the Naval Appropriation Wll
tvb9 agreed to.
The Postofltee Appropriation bill was
then taken up. The amendments rec
(.mmemled by the Committee on Appro
To Increase the item for mall depre
rntlons from, etc., from $980,000 to
To Increase tho item for clerks in
postofflccs from $7,200,000 to $7,500,000.
To rcditce tho item for mall locks
and keys from $60,000 to $85,000.
To Increase tho item for transporta
tion of foreign malls from $004,000
SILVER UP TO-DAY.
A SUDDEN CHANOK OF PROOilAMUB
THR rtBASONS FOH IT.
Chairman Conger of the House Com
mittee on Coinage, Weights and
Measures gave out yesterday that ho
would call his committee together some
tlmo this vreok for tho purpose of
considering the Senato amend
mtnts to the House Stiver bill.
The impression ha created was that tho
committee would not bo called to'
meet before tho latter part of tho week.
Undoubtedly this was his Intention. A
rumor to tho effect that tho soundness
of tho committee, from the gold
standard point of view, was widoly cir
culated last night and found some cre
dence. Whether this rumor tended to hasten
matters Is not known. Ho that as it
may, the Commltteo on Utiles met at an
early hour this morning and Issued or
ders that tho Sliver bill should bo re
ported back to the House to day. Mr.
Conger called his committee to
Kcthcr hastily. Though tho manner
was somewhat informal, tho action
was formal. A majority of tho com
mittee agreed to report tho bill Inck
with n recommendation that the Senato
amendments be non-concurred In and a
conference be asked. The minority
will recommend a concurrence. It Is
rxrectcd that tho recommendation of
tho majority will be adopted.
The bill will then go at once to con
ference, as tho Sennto has been llxetl
for prompt action. It is expected that
tho compromise measure the conferrees
will svbmlt will provide for tho com
pulsory coinage of $1,800,000 a month.
Ihilllon redemption will be dropped.
The legal tender clause, applicable to
silver certificates, will probably remain.
This would add $04,000,000 a year to
the circulating currency of the country,
and would just about absorb the output
of tho sliver mines of this country. In
this shapo It Is expected the President
would elthor append his autograph to
the act or permit it to become n law
without his signature. If the pro
gramme now decided upon by the
leaders is carried out without a hitch,
the measure will be passed through both
Hemes this week and be laid before
the President for his action or non
action. To Vote at 'J To.Morrow.
solution Introduced by
l vote ofl the question of
j I tli the Senate amend
. louse Silver bill will be
ock to morrow.
t by CourttOIartlal,
from the Committee on
s, reported favorably to
) House bill providing
the punishment for a
i Is left to the discretion
lal It shall not, In time
d a limit prescribed by
The bill has passed the
omlersed by the War
u Ijaurned yesterday with-
tne Atkinson bill. A
swlt was voted down,
Vi weald lntlleate that the
; ' the Mil whenever a
'..a . The bill goes over to
, 4ev, whiek will be on
,. i OH' lor Harrlsburc.
' HefwWieea Coagrese
i . at the Oepitol to-day,
. eer every Hour. They
selves away to Harris-
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THE HARRISBDRG CONVENTION.
InttteAtlons hnt Delninnter Will dot
IlAWtwuruo, Pa., Jnoc 21. It ha
been agreerl that George C. Graham of
PMlatielpVila shall be temporary chair
man of the Hepnbtiean Convention
to-morrow, ami Walter Lyon of
Allegheny permanent chairman.
Doth are yonna: men. It
i said that Graham will vote for Hast
ings for Governor on the first ballot,
aim that Lyon will vote for M on tooth,
ann yet the Ielamater men claim that
they naml both chairmen.
The Indications here to-day are that
Delamater wlllget the nomination for
Governor. The race for the
is close between Paswmore,
Watres and Martin. The grangers are
backing Pawemore for the place, while
Watres Is the favorite with the Dela
mater Itentenants, and Martin has good
backing among the other delegate.
ROOSEVELT TO LEHLBACH.
Impectlon of tllvtl Service Commission
Civil Service Commissioner Itooeevelt
has addressed a letter to Chairman
Lehllmch of the Congressional Com
mittee on Civil Service Ileform, in
which he Invites the committee to
meet at the office to see how the
business is conducted, the safeguards
that are used to prevent fraud, and In
which the Commissioner oITers sug
gestions as to the character of the ex
amination papers, whether practical or
not; as to whether or not tho ollglhle
list Is overcrowded, and an outlying
course which he (Mr. Itoosevelt) "pro
poses to follow.
RESCUERS HEARING THE GOAL.
A FretlfAIr Fnisnce Opened Into tho
PiTTsnrno, Pa., June 2-J. A roport
has Tcachcd tho city that about 3:30
o'clock this morning the rescuing party
at Dunbar made an opening into the
Hill Farm mino and at onco walled It
up again, ponding necessary prepara
tions for nn exploration. The report,
however, lacks conflrmotlon.
Later. From a later report, iiHr
DuNBAn, 0:13 a. m. A fresh-air
passage has just boon oponod by the
icscue party. It is believed that it
leads into the Hill Farm mine. The
end Is likely to come boforo noon.
i l'enelieil" Ilecnttso lijcctcd.
Henry Busch, tho beor bottler, was
before Judeo Miller this morning
charged with violating tho bun
day law. Tho main witness was
a drunken man who "peached"
because he hsd been ejected. Lawyer
Shlllington raised the point that there
was no Sunday law In oxistencc, and
the case was continued until Friday
when arguments will be heard.
PATENT OFFICE CRANKS.
The (Jucer Invention That Aro Sent
to He Investigated,
t'lem tk Xm Yerk IhmM,
To fully realize how many cranks
live among us one has only to visit the
Patent Oince in Washington and ex
amine thu models which till tho shelves
of that Department and read the specifi
cations, In which are set forth in glow
ing terms the many benefits which they
propose to donato to mankind, livery
Imaginable scheme is suggested and
laid before the patent examiners. The
(iiiestlon of utility, of practicability,
docs not enter Into the taking out of a
patent; it sultlces that the Invention has
the feature of novelty and that tho ap
plicant pay the legal fees.
So numerous are the "perpetual
motion" cranks, who think they have
discovered the long and vainly sought
enigma, that the olllce has prepared a
circular which Is mailed to any ono
who takes steps to enter an alleged per
petual motion Invention. The circular
informs him "that It Is thought proper
to advise him, In order to save him fur
ther expense ami labor, that the views
of the Patent Ottice coincide with those
of scientist In general In regard to me
chanical perpetual motions that they
are Impossibilities. Should your entry
be taken, a working model will be re
quired, the office being aware that It
will be impossible for you to comply
with this requirement." The speclflea
tlon and fee are then returned. Does
this dampen their ardor t Doubtless
thousands of them are now trying to
compass the working model.
Many of the old models were burned
up In the rlre of 1877, and tradition only
tells of some of the queer contrivances
that had been gathered In,
One of the most curious of these was
a hen's nest, constructed with a spring
trap at the bottom of the nest. The
weight of an egg was sufficient to press
down the spring and allow the egg to
slip out. The theory of this thoughtful
inventor was that as seoa as the hea
laid an egg it would press down the
trep-door and disappear, The ken, as
is her custom after laying an egg, would
rise and eaekle, but, rinding no egg.
would coaclude that she had made a
mistake and would proceed Immediately
to lay another, and so on mi infinitum
On this principle tke owner of a hen
would have kad a great Monopoly.
A nip through the model rooms re
vealed many ualuue and cuiious iavea
tlostf, sotne of the mote unusual of
which I venture to describe and illus
trate. One of tke most original U m ord
Ban plough, patcnled By l M. Frestck
and W. II. Paneker. of Waterloo. W.
Y., in Jiuse, )& Tke okieet of tke
invention was to produce a slough equal
in point of strength and Ugliness to tke
unc t'ldinarily in use an yet which
would combine tke eietnenfe of a small
sized cannon, so tkat it couhj be utilized
by tke frontier settkrbotb for defensive
Iturpoeee ae well as aftknitiiVeJ.
The beam or tongue of tke plouxk to
which tke horses or oxen asv yoked U
in fact a gun barrel or pteee of light
ordnance capable of tkrowinl a projec
tile of one to three pounds weight with
out rendering it cumiberaetne aa a
Tke ptoitiTkskue takes tke blara ot .
gun carriage and serves to tswkot tke
Uuoroviatd cannon nrinly in t ground
and enable it to aeeiat tke Ktoil, while
tke handles futnJak saeane of living tke
plough or gun, ae tke case njay be. di
Nelson or aim. To use tke lslguage of
tke htventois, "as a means of tef ease in
ittUing surprieee and attacks on tkoee
tngaged in a peaceful avocaiiof UUmt
rtvaSd. as it can be iuaantjjt brought
into action by dbeogagin? t4e team,
ami in time of danger may ke uud
cknwed iik deadly gra TUs cow
UnatW esutbJes tkae In agrkuiturai
pujtaulta to have at band an vsnckajt
vafjbes) of eest.De at slight eaptsnw. in
addmoii to acoauuon and indU.nanbie
uvpktutnt. 4 ont; hardly inferior to
enntiic iwttt osjiaancc on weeeia.
Wkh out iie&ieaee v tke udgiaaMiy of
tkeconu-iuiunof tk inveiitutk, it iocs
not atyetu tkat tke '4out ga,J x
gwn vtfVgjk" kaa cosne isvtoeBygtm
iraj use. T "
t-eJ "t-t tswiUmtr WeSjessr e t Isftw
Ckki riiiiJkMr VeJhntai of tkat
kiervke Conmhunjei Mi skkt aMernaon
on a bueiseM trip to Hew York and
Bji.klvu l I wul U abain: b. at
LIEUTENANT GESSFORD EXONERATED,
Itnt ChnrKts Aenlnst Other unteers
Will T.lkely h Trcusetl.
Commissioner Douglass was not at
the District building to-day ami eon
feqnently no mlvairce was made in th
police Inveatisratrori. Lieutenant Gets
ford wa cloaeterl with Commissioner
Ilobert for several hours and had the
good luck to obtain a dismissal of the
charm agalnat him. The Commissioner
assured him that after a full investiga
tion that the charges were without
foundation, and completely exonerated
him. He took occasion at the same
time to compliment Lieutenant Gess
ford In having so easily vindicated
The charges aaralnstthe other lieuten
ants have not yet been put In charge, nor
will they he until Commissioner Doug
lass recovers sufficiently to attend a
meeting of the board. Had it not been
for the accident which befell him, the
charges would have been made out
yesterday, and the trial of Lieutenant
Gny, who it Is understood, will be tho
first one tried, began to-morrow. It
will probably be the latter part of the
week before anything Is done In the
Lieutenant Vernon, who It is said as
sisted Colonel Ilobert in his invlstlira
tion, was at the District building for a
lone time yesterday, but denied that it
was upon any business connected with
the pending Investigation.
Civil Service Exnmlnntlong,
There will be a civil service exami
nation to-morrow In the division of
vcgetablo pathology In tho Agricult
ural Department, and as there Is but
ono applicant, Major Webster says
that applications will lie received- to
morrow morning. The position pays
$1,000 per annum. Next Monday an
examination will bo had for a compiler
and writor of statistics in the Agricul
tural Department, and for which n
knowledge of modern languages is re
quired. There are a number of appli
cants. llrooks Still Actlnc ChleT.
Mr. Ilrooks Is still acting Chlof of tho
Secret Service and at tho Department
it Is believed that Secretary Wlndom
will not bother blmolf about appoint
ing a successor to Mr. Hell, recently re
moved. EPISODE OF THE HAT.
Ilnw n 1'rrlty Wnmnn Won n Vote or
Thank In n Thentrn,
t'rtm U IUmldil(t tras.
A stately and handsomo oxamplo ot
the well-bred young lady attended a
thoatrlcal first night last week and oc
cupied, with her escort, seats In the
third row of the orchestra. She was so
fair to look upon that n large share of
the audience watched lior as she went
down the aisle and settled gracefully In
It was then observed, with much In
terest, that she raised her arms and de
tacked from her head the fashionable
hat that became her so well. Her hair
was bright golden, and under the lights
it fairly flashed In Its beauty.
The old gentleman sitting behind
iter fettled back comfortably In his
chair and congratulated himself that he
had been placed tch!nd such a thought
ful creature, for now ho could not only
ice the stage, but n splendid head of
hair as well.
Presently two or three young women
in the Immediate vicinity quietly re
moved their hats, having noted the
admiration that the originator of the
scheme had excited.
From this the movement spread until
hatlcss feminine heads were discover
able all over the theatre, even to the
rear rows of the circle. Between the
acts a paper began to circulate among
the people lu tho orchestra,
P.sch gentleman, as he received it,
read something that had been written
on it, ami then smilingly signed his
name, after which he passed It to his
In a few moments the paper came
back to the old gentleman that had
started It on its travels, Iiendlag for
ward he politely addressed the golden
haired girl, handing to her at the same
time the paper. She read It, and as she
did so a deep blush ami a smile crept
over her face. The paper was a vote of
thanks, signed by thirty or more of the
male spectators. Its text was as fol
lows: "We, the undersigned, desire to ex
press our respectful admiration for a
most beautiful and considerate young
lady, name not known, who, by re
moving her hat from her bright golden
head, has set the fashion for others,
thereby rendering it possible for a de
lighted audience to witness the details
of a stage performance."
The pretty girl cast a radiant smile
over her shoulder at the old gentleman
behind, and, folding the paper, tueked
it Into the front of her drese by the
side of a bunch of pansles. And
everybody was very happy.
BE I KG due to the presence of uric
acid in the blood, U most effectually
cured by tke use of Ayers Sarsapa
rilla. Be sure you get Ayer'a ami no
other, and take it till the pouonoua
acid ia thoroughly expelled irom the
system. We challenge attention to thie
"About two years age, after suffering
fee nearly two yeara irom rtieumatiu
gout. Wing able to walk only w 1U1 great
Oucomiort, ami having tried various
nrmeifiw. im-lndiast mineral water,
witkotu relief. I saw by an advertise
ment in a Chicago Mfter that a man had
been relieved of this dietreakiug coup
plaint, alter kmr unVriug, by taking
Ajer's gawaya rills. J tken decided to
make a trial oi this medkine, ami took
it regularly for ektkt mouths, ami am
pWaeed to Mate tkat it kaa effected a
complete eeie. I keve iace kad no re
turn of tke disease." it r. K. Irving
liodge, 1W Wear 123tk at., Sew York.
u Qgg yCaT ago i WM taken ill witk
iamuumatorv rtteiim.Uieiu. beuur con
liuui ia uihauu ix montke.
out of tke st knese very much debili
tated, witk no apnetrte, and my eyetem
disordered in every war- I commenced
uaintt Ajer's garaaparilla ami began to
improve at once, gaming in strength
and soon recovering my usual heobk.
I v.uinot ay too iuu.k ui Prute of thie
weBrktvown sueUii iue." ml. h. A
Stark, Xukua, '. If.
fk. J. C. Ayr & Co., Uteett, Mete
ftueai. ifciUn, a. WviUMsouJe.
U4MJKTHY KKAL KTATB.
TTeJitaALg-AJtOlT IT XCWt OS IS tff
jl- as aiiteniHM, ou toe una oi we nueuue-
K and SolstkiV Hume (Uily. bstiae next
ji ue estate u we ise unier Juauueunaae.
near eaUee"Vlt5ewoovl." anooi esoonwutr
for latestoca. Tor uarttotOar. ptloe, ato..
ot taMJru Mi'w. am m at n w-'
HERRQN & RAMEY,
Jku law T 'ruUST s w
THE STORY OF A HODSE
Unlit for n llrlito Who Dtnt on the
Kve ot Her WeilHInc
There h in ITrwr York, nys tke
jAtHttf Heme owrrw?, upon ow of the
moat fashionable thoroughfares, a mag
nificent htmte yea, it h a veritable
palace which can never be lookerl at
by the sentimental woman wftlmut a
tear cominc to her eye because of the
story attached to it.
It was designed ami built by one ot
the richest men In New York the head
of an old Dutch family for the woman
beloved. Throughout the whole house,
which might have been called "The
House Beautiful," were the colors,
furnishings, ornaments and dainty
touches that were the young bride's
taste. The ball-room, in which she ex
pected to trip so many merry measures,
was wallet! and celled In many colored
marbles, but the lover himself directed
the building of the jvrte eothere under
which her carriage was to roll, so that,
stepping out, she would not !e touched
by a drop of rain or a flake of snow.
Everything was ready. The horses
were pawing In the stable, waiting for
the day to come when they would carry
their new mistress out; the coachman
and "the footman hail their big white
rosettes at hand to wear on the wedding
day; the house was full of fragrance,
for beautiful flowers were massed to
please the coming mistress, and every
thing seemed to be In harmony with
this thoughtful, loving care, for the
sun shone bright, and it was some
body's wedding day. Yes, but It
wan't an earthly wedding, for when,
with quick footsteps, her mother went
to wake the expectant bride she found
The last ki4 she had given had lieen
given to her lover the night before.
The lat kiss he ever gave any human
being he e.avc to her as she rested in her
coffin. But ho lives on in the beautiful
house and does with his great fortune n
good deal of good, nil In the name of
the woman ho loved. The shutters are
never opened In that wonderful house,
the carriage has never been used, no
feet have danced in the ball-room, but
it and the solitary man are there as evi
dences of the fact that a lovo can so
completely fill the heart that all life Is
nothing without it.
Lightning Hods, Electric Work. J. II.
Kvy OfT'CE OF rotXBCTOIt OF TAXES
Wamunoto!), .tune 31, 1S90.
NOTICE. All owner or keepers of ilos
In the District ot Columbia are hereby noti
fied ttat Die Toarly tax Imposed tiyaotot
CoficreM on nil doc owned or keptln M
Dlstrlet wilt bo due and payable on JULY 1,
Upon payment of said tax, tags will be Is
sued as provided In ald act.
Ily order ot ComtnlMloners, 1). C.
K. O. DAVIS.
Collector of Taxes, I). C.
KSr-TEMPOHATIY OFFICE OF TltE
WASHINGTON LOAN AND TKUST J
1001 F street . w.
Tills company issues certificate of itepolt
Learlne Interest as follows: On all amonats
deposited for ninety day or more, but !
tban six rM'Mlis. 3 per cent, per annum; SI
per rent, on deposits for more tban six
months, but less than a year and 1 percent,
on deposit ol one year or longer.
peenreu invesimeci tor saie.
W. I). JIO
OllleON, See. 1). II.WAHMBIt.l're.
CliBtle I). Ilalley, neorge P. Sehafer,
James I.. Harbour, John A. Hamilton,
Oeorne K. Uartol, Tboroas Somervllle,
Illcbartl W. Clay, John A. Swone,
Horace 8. Cummlngs, J. . Swornuimlt.
J. J. ItarllMton, Hattenley W. Talbott,
John Joy Ed on, Ceorira Truesdell,
ctiarle J. Faulkner. H. 11. Warner,
Altrt P. Pox, A. A. Wilson,
O. C Green, L. I. Wine,
William II. (iurley, H. W. Woodwanl.
Join U. Urner, Cbas. lWnJ. Wtlkkson.
A. S. WorlblBKtofl.
JJ. WILLIAM LEE
(Successor to Henry Lee's tiou),
Branch oaiee, m MaryiaaU ave. s. w.
H 1 Teeaa. aT..oppolte WlUaM's Hotel.
TIioumbUs from far aal near visit Dr. White
for relief from and avoidance of potim, bun
ion s. diseased nalU aaU all other foot
troublca. Hour, 8 a. ep. to 8 p. m. Sun
days, to It Bstabllsbed 1M1. Pe,i.
Taslaw HeUbts preseou more Uwlrable
features for actual reshleaee than aay ub
UlvMon In the District o Columbia.
The IsaproveaestJi, now In progreM. will
Include all tke coavenleBce of olty Hie
(is. Water, Sewerage, Elect rlo Car Serrlee
The situation I unrivaled in nataral heautr
1ew of the City of WashlagUw, Uarylaad
a.t. Hniuj. ....
C. J. BELL.
Lola tor sale bv
FITCH, PUX 4 MOWN.
l3T Pa. ave.
GOLDEBOROVUH HHOH. & CO.,
ties Pa. ave.
BJIMONS A BROWN,
myti jm Auaatie Batktins.
IKSaFORSBEBO i MUBRAY.
V3S' Agents lu Waahiaton for
THE WKITTTBK BUtVATOR
TEE BEeT ELEVATOR IM THE WORLD.
Over 4S have bees pet into the beet build
iat in V ashlngtoe In the but two yesus by
gstimateg cfomptly farulshsil. Alaoaeent
for the WoftltUfrtoa Measa PnsaUtut MaeWa
ery AIo General Machbiletsaaa Ttalaees.
A buree slock of Engines and Boilers, Puatne
and Elevators on hand.
Wareruuau Irom US01 to lu Seventh street
aSM-mX'HDALS CO tW. SsOCIBTY Of THE
Jtotnbers of thie aoclety are Usiorated that
the new Trade Cards (and LUts), Improved
aad eateadrd. ate aow ready tor huae,
Member will return the old (gteea) card,
with their addreee written acause the teae,
to any of those named below aae oktala the
new en paivtt of the psoner tee. There
being uvtr 4.C0H a)brs ho should obtain
the aew card beiure April Sth butant
prospptces is advisable. Fas tU audit of
M tti-tjU HJUr Aiaii W.
J. W. BAlranU. Secretary.
is H at. Caab Room, Treeery Dtol, aad
at Tot 15th t, at not aad at t o'clock n. n.
A T UeU-y.pr.t.i9 A at a e. At'1 Dept.
SaUU Thompson. Y. P.. WJ rT w.TU
O War Sept
t. Vaaderheef. sat Vreneh at. Bttrean ol
EC. Tawcett, aw XaM ave B,sUAud.
J.t MctVbe. Sdste.P. O-l
B. V. Smith. TtS B it a w, U. 3. . O.
L. I Hunt, 1310 S)IIW,S
IrJ- Gikf. a L at w,
John nterriaen. tit V at n w.Pee. usl
PrloaJoW B8 Ien w. sTS- a
John nnVsmBSst n w. A, 6. o.
set. anrgrnai tneeaPs Oanne.
U. nrows. Ttk st ajst k-LaeOru;
Bvai. ww jsth Mcntt.nng.aB4
olivet Dulov. Uuhksr's Boons. City Poet
Jobii U. Jouaa. Mdt IU rf a v. auanal OsBue.
Dr. & I. CorbJa. ieoood AudSSrt Mae.
m Asarua. nm wuinmow
J- r raise, iae w at a w aiaeeeri.
F. J. Yonng, W epenueat, 8ty. &. Vteaaf.
It. Womaole. KM H t w. Odk:e
Frank auJeyTrus uth t a w. Otger M.e
vy order of the enective com stir. tee
J TAiiau. Sttueetary.
aasar Tt fJlff bvtVii'- - dad
ftah-WBY KOT BAVB YOCR AHJUT
made tv .ne uf the moat lcU-l rated
mturs d AIIl:rt, Prluc amc i- '
tb.'rd rait vUlUia u.kc 1' f 11AL Ac
EORSE FLESH AS FOOD.
It Ketemlile Untl Iltr amt Tattes
Semethtnt; I.I He Hare.
From f mmtentu fmfWv.
Physically, horse beef may be distin
guished from beef or mutton by its ap
pearance. It r coarser In the grain
than bei-f. In this respect it resemble
the bull beef more than any other. It
Is datker in color ami looks more molt
than beef. It has a peculiar smell and
a peculiar sweetness of taste. It flavor
is generally considered to be halfway
between the flavors of beef awl game.
It is something like the flavor of hare.
One reason why hone flesh is, as a
rule, darker In color than beef i that
horses which are poieaxeri, or which
have died from Injury, disease or old
age, are not properly Wed ami dresl
by the slaughterer. It la, however, by
Its fat that horse flesh Is most easily dis
tinguished. The fat of horseflesh is not generally
mixed with lean. It is yellow In color.
It looks more moist than the fat of
bref. It soon melts and soon becomes
rancid. Consequently, unless a rapid
sale Is effected or the fat removed, an
advanced price must lie charged In or
der to secure the butcher from loss on
Lastly, horse flesh can be distin
guished from beef by its chemical char
acteristics, and It is in this way that it
may be recognised when mixed with
other substances. Who can tell, except
the rhcmlst, what are the component
parts of a sausage, polony or saveloy?
Or who can tell by taste what these
parts arc? Wc do not judge by taste,
we judge by flavor, nnd in the making
of flavor to use Sain Wcller's phrase
"It's the seasoning as docs it."
Xl Jliv3 JL O.
No such opportunity ever offered as
Fnim prices for building lots,
7,500 to 20.000 square feet, from
beautifully situated on high ground.
Lots in tho immediate neighborhood
arc selling for more than twice the
Houses soon to be erected all over the
Don't miss this, but call ami satisfy
yourself of the outlook for the city of
j i r .sthi:i:t n. w.
WANTED 11 KM.
AUfr UHHunUUHhr MU Imtl, fmrUnttcr
m, X tHtti vr on faMrtten; 0 hhU for Otrn.
WANTED-AN ArPHENTICE WHO HAS
bad experience In printing straight
natter; lady preferred. Address I... this
"VJANTED-A WHITE OIHL FOR OBN
iV oral housework In a small family,
man, wife and boy 8 years old; German pre
ferred; to the right party a pleasant borae
and Rood waxes assured, Apply at No. lOes
O st n w.
WANTED-DY A GOOD COLORBD LAUN
dress, washing and Ironing to do at
borne; reference given. Apply lsig N II it v.
AN ABLE ADVERTISING, INSURANCE.
Fefe, UgbtBlDB-rod'or hook Agent, or
lterorter. of great : voir falre. for literary
work. Large salary. Write London & 11 an
ford Pub. Co.. N. Y.
Atturttitmmti tmoVr IM tf,jw tiwer
tH, S&MttrriMrMN,' W U fr .
A FEW DESIRABLE ROOM. WITH
ateasa power, eood elevator service aad flrt-
elate Janltorsblp, In the POsrT BUILDING,
for rent at low rate to 8rt close tenants.
Apply to STILSON Hl'TCHINg, Ui Post
DnlldlBg, or FRANK VAGUIRE, Superin
tendent. rOK HKNTItOOJIS.
AdttrtUciruuU wuttr tMi luaj, f9rUmt or
Uh, at ciKti fur on UumVtm: M cmUfvr Urn.
HANDfeOJIE FURNISHED BOOMS, EN
suite or single, at tee Baektoaban, Set)
1Mb w, overiooktnj; MePbereea Square.
suitable for geutlesoeu. No. S M st B w.
AilttrUt4tmtit4 tMOVr UU Kad, fear Ham tt
lU4, St tmUtr 64 Umrtiau; SO uiUi fur Oun.
VTOW IS THE TIME. WK WILL PAY
J "bb; taoaey" (or gee'.s' Srt-da seo-ond-band
tlotbuu:- Addreae or sail at
JI'STH'S OLD STAND. SIS D t. B. w.
JLdttrtUatmtt MmJtr rtii mad, fwtr Usur r
k4, at (sets for M tuisrrtsw; JO cmujtr thru.
R ULB-iraCsPBCtALaVTAR. M IttVH,
V stleat racket, I nickel, absolutely per
tact eoaditioa. Adoreee or apply 4a A st s a.
1 OK ttmT HOUaBH.
AitsirlsVunssiri vaelsrttis tsetf, Aau-Hswar
fsat, JS hsUs far aas iaetrtsaav S0 tsssM far ttsU.
IWlKIavea w.lTrs.-- StnVnt
Wi eta ave, 17 r aad stable mm
tll Cobb ate. 14 w In et
Mthtes,Ur ttt m
uvb Straw, lia met
IVr Sd t and lad eve, Si Bfe) ef
tea CnsBtn ntw.it r....
)! LaiaiaUM auiuie. IS in
tlklaaw. ISrs hiss
nnechiBtaw. wt. nac
IM Stth tt B . M is ft
SIB Hlllyer place. Mr. 5
lilt O st b w. 11 r sf
UH Wat!Uce.r. S
mi Mtb at a w. ) u
oaru.tu , ..
SHfla .to W.IM-
HW nf st b v. sir and d
90S Uth ttnnj.se.
lbs ' kVuuA can be exaaasnast her nes
llsMIt lasil1H SJM Utf BOM.
b ill NDi iXM U Of lBKDi FOk ALL
siu.ui: i-d TwriUrled. ite La. etc odd.
931 PA. AVENUE.
TO you that are on the lookout for bargains
in Clothing we have placed on our coun
ters, second floor, a lot of Coats and Vests.
T hey are good value at $ 1 0, our price is $5.
We have had a busy season, it has left on
our hands a lot of suits, with no pants match
in size, hence this low price for a good Coat
and Vest. We have also placed on these
counters a lot of White and Fancy Vests, all
reduced In price- Some of them can be
bought for 75 cents. These are nice, clean,
Follow the tide and come to our store.
You will not be urged to buy what you don't
931 PA. AVENUE.
FOH SAI.K ANI1 ItlSNT.
J) KAL B8TATE DfLLBTIN
THOMAS E. WATiAMAN,lTFMreet.
Changes rmtdo Wednesdays ami Batnrtlays.
3-STORY DIUCIt AND FRAME HOUSSS FOH
etstttnw, hh, ml, isrs Jtfl.roo
loisiot), tn w. bh.ml, tors is.oo
atiTOstn w, bh. ml, tors s.om
lisssthnn w. bh, 9 r., S.ono
SW Indiana are n w, bh.9rs T..VO
1441 Ilonndary t n w, f h,8rs 7,100
1SH9 Mass ave n w, f h,8rs 7.SM
tflKstne.bb, lr t.W
HisN.iavenw, f h. rs S,nno
UK th st n w, b h, 8 r 100
S STOUT 11IUCK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR
Meostsw. bb.Trs $
lilt ami 1116 Sthstsw.b li, 7r, amll
f brcar ti.000
ire end 4te lllb st w. bh, ml, tfra.... s.ano
S 1 t a w, b h. 8 r ifiUO
507 ami m Va ave ami SOSMhtt ami a
unimproved lots, se i..Wn
SOLstnw, b h. Trs l,vj
S N st n w, ti h. 7 m 3.STO
Alloy bet 8th ami 7th, G ami K sts a e,
bh. in l-'SO
WtUstaw, f h,5r U'lW
10KS S cap st, b h, 5 rs 1,"
UNIMPROVED ntOI'EUTY FOR HALR.
Pa ave. bet 8th amt 7th sts s e 11 ft!
7th st. bet II and S sis n W t 7S
IMhtt.bct Rand F sts n W I
Dim barton ave and Real! st, sethamt list
stan w 1st
1st st. bet canal ami Cts nw 1 to
O st, bet 1st ami 3d stsn w 8S
7th tt above Grant ate n w M
MohM neasant 0
stb.t, liet Vaaveand (litis 30
HOUSES' FOR KENT.
westhstn w, lira wno
stN Javenw.Srs 30 oo
soiist atnw.ara Mm
lsst Corcoran tt n w. l rs (ton
IHOCoreoran tin w.ll rs 10 00
ltsl Florida ave n w, 8 rs -M as
tssicttn w. 9 re tftpo
117NYavenw.7r 30 jrt
KB N J ave a w, rs woo
7U8stnw,Cr t7 00
ttioil ttn w.Tra
last Vtaven w, 8 n saw
t'pper part me Pat nw.Srs as so
sto L st n w, 8 rt ntse
nee and not G t n e, s im n)
ittON.tnw. 6rs 18 30
osoMdavetw.Crs 17 ro
m Ntn w.Srs IS M
6e Md ave a w. 4 rs II 00
S3 Jackson alley ne, S rs 10 9)
I'art upper part ISM Kstn w, 3ra.. 10 00
9M Florida ave n w, I M 3 00
In sorns to snlt at 6 per sent.
The abovo It only a portloa ot the property
on my books. For fall llet sail at oesoe for
bulletin. Iseaed on tbe 1st and 1Mb.
OVK A MILLION UlsTKIBUTKU.
I El. o, Ls
LOUISIANA STATE LOnERY CO.
Incorporated by tbe Legislature for educa
tional and charitable twrpoeee, and Its Iran
chiae made a part of the present titate Con
stitution, In lTI, by an ovsawHcuiiNe roru-
IU GRAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAW
INGS! take place Seati-AnBuallv (June amt
December), and IU GRAND SING LB NUM
BER DRAWINGS Uke place In each o the
other ten months ia the year, aad are all
drawn la public, at the Academy of Music
New Orleans, La.
"We do hereby certify that we supervise
tbe amuisemenU for all the Monthly aad
Send Asaaal Drawings of tbe Louisiana State
Lottery Co., aad In person manage aad con
trol the drawtajN themselves, and that tbe
tame are eosuTucted with boneety, talrnees
aad in aood faith toward all parties, and we
authorise the company to use this certiftcite,
with fae stsauee of our signatures attached,
ia its advertisetnettU."
Com Ml Uslonert.
We the endershmed banks aad hanker
wUl ymy all prise drawn in the Loalsiaaa
Stale Lotlcrie whieh may be vseeeated at
B. 31. WALUeXBY, Prett La. Nat. Bank.
P. LANAl'X, Pree't tttl Xat. Bank.
A. BALDWI. Preet X. O. Nat. Bank.
I A ML KOHN, Pre't Union Nat. Bank.
faXANB MOarTULY DtUWiMQ
Will tsnlM lrj)MW
AT THE ACAMiirbf MUjJC.
tmjm Itokes at tea; Baivee, t; tinarters,
$9. TenUt. h TweeAtetha, SI-
ztf of vujm u.
3X1 OV taajha) U aaUalB
I rtuzn or aeuaw u.
nw prize or
au) FSJZEaOsT Snfaas.
9sW PKUESOf tWn
Sa SiSI ol im St '" "
ansBaT w esHsnW W snTpW sbibbv
Rir Fo W nAfaa or any farther Ufortai
enrnejt leenasw Ml Eamnt ltanUsnWBkMBlBU.
annnstaBntaf tn fiannt IftanalsnntBfeim
wfltne aesiifed by
mad Ijamltar laoBa Eaobi re
annipps aBBfvaspBBesqpsa nBvnY narwsss. ,
.were win be -""---. be sum
im aieinti a envetone "en.nm; fmu tnu t-
Cvmtmibc oi XuMfr Xwk C&t;iuutf-
k 4. OAUPHihi,
AutjybtMyi M0gjlMSJkl jslilijj tiQftleeilttsiJtt CUT
eWncy w "
Mstt W 1 Wll Mti eTKNkie(JL BAMS.
ssnpsnFpT vpisBBeBnnppspslBsar taeBtB" v sssnsBe iw
thai the Minwntof Pn
ot as luilltuiCu
are cewosmUed InUic
Theretuce. bewatv U ail Uni
the Uuikiata SUti L..l.U:'S Co. Iut CON
THiTtli ihe siaii t! Liutaai wh h
L- Is MT bXllhE IMiL JANLAl '
f i.ryfT. ftffttt
nn i-rssans an
I Ml ,HIBII
IIOMA8 BOWLING, Auctioneer.
TRfKTEW SALE OF IMPROVED rROP-
BllTY.IlBINO HOUSE NO. 910 D STHBBT
Dyvirtne of a certain deed of tntst dated
Mar IS, A. D. 17, duly reonleil In liber No.
1SB5, folio 307, et mi one of thelnml reoonla
for the District of t olnmMa, nnd at the writ
ten rennett of the party secured thereby, wc
will offer for ale In front of the premises on
Tt'BSIlAY.TIIR FIRST HAY OF.it'LY, A. D.
lWO.al 5 o'elcok p, m., the followlngdewribed
prorerty, ltnateln the City of Washington.
Mstrtet of Colnmbla, to wit: The north
twenty one fer I thtee Inchea front by the
depth of lot number slttwn In Minare nnrn
lretl flftr fonr, Imrroved by two-story frame
Terma ol sale: One half eash, Imlanoe In
one ami two years, with Interest at the rate
of 0 icr centum, payable etnl annually, ami
secured bv a deed of trust on property told,
or all eash at pnrobaser's option. $106 de
posit at time of sale. All conveyancing ami
recording at purchaser's cot Terma to be
compiled with In ten days or theproiwrty
will lie retold at tho risk and oost of default
THOMAS .t LITTRHI.I Trnstee.
Cor Pa avo and 40th st.
WALTER O Dl'CKRTT. Trustee.
Cor Pa. are ami sil st.
-pitnrOHALS FOR FUEL FOR U8K OF
J United State Senate for the flcal year
ending June 30. l08.-taled propoaaM will
lie received .It'I.Y 3 until 13 o'clock noon at
tbe tifllcn of the riergeant at-Arnn, U. S. Pn
ate. for fwel, via: For I, WO tons, more or Ie
las may be needed), ettra hard white ah an
thraclte coal, small furnace site, sereewd
ami free from all Impurities; 7 cord (or as
inui'h more as may tmceeitcd) of bust hickory
wool, cut In i .e-e. straight. fre from
knots ami split to medium sltn, amt lOU conls
(or as much as may lie needed) of beat bakers'
pine wood, straight and clear. The coal and
wood to be lnsi-tel, weighed, measured,
sawed, split ami stornl In the vault of tlm
benate. t'. S. Capitol, at the expense of the
contractor. The wmI la to be all delivered
and stored at suili times and In siich'iuantl
ties as may l riulrwl. all to ho dellrereil
and stored on or Vforetbc Itthdayot No
vember. 149. The coal lu be delivered In
such quantities and at such time as may be
required. The coal must weigh 3.3W pounds
to the ton ami the wood mint measure 1
cubic lect to the cord The right to rewvigh
tbe coal, remeasure tbe wood and also to re
ject any or all proposals that may be offered
is reserved. The bid to lie Indorsed "Pro
posals for Fuel" and addressed "Sergeant
at-Arm U. S beaate " W. P.CANAD.VY.
Serf eant at Arms V.H. 8. jttie.lT.S4.jyl
PRAPCeJALS FOR SUl'PLtBH.-DEPARr-ment
ot Justice, Washington, D. C,
JuneC, tare. salel procoeals forfnrnlah-
ing i b uepartment oijum ice with tne
sary supiiUe ot the following arttoes,
namely, fuel. Ice, stationery, washing towels,
miscellaneous, for IU use during tbeSsoal
year ending June 30, last, will be received
Bill ttoYUxk m. MONDAY. JULY 7.1810. at
tbeoBlce of tbe Chief Clerk amt Svperta
ttrndent of the building. Tbe right to waive
defects aad to rejett any or all bid I re
served. Blaak forms and information will
te furnished oa application W. H. H.
MILLER, Attorney t.eneral iu.lw
rBOPOJALB FOK FURNInlllNQ TBMMA
CtrTTA PIPE AND BRANCHES) IN THE
CITY OF WASHINGTON. D. C.
Orrii r or rut CouaueioittBe,
Wi.eisi.TOx, June 18, 1MW.
WUl be received at this office until U o'clock
m. on THCReDAY, JULY M, MM,
l,e fret t Inc h Terra Cotta rtpe.3M feet iat
lncb Terra t'otta Y Hranehee.
1,009 lect Inch Terra Cotta Pipe, IJi6 feet
KasViach Terra Cotta Y BraaehsM.
W( feet 13 Ueb Terra CotU Pipe, l.tr feet
Uxt mib Terra Cotta Y Branches.
k.UW feet UVlach Terra Cotta Pipe, 1JK) feet
lstt-lnch Terra CotU Y Braaehee.
.3u0 feet 1 Inch Terra CotU Pipe. ) feet
31iehu.-fa Terra CotU Y Braaehee.
J.Cto fett .'1-inch Terra CotU Pipe. S) feet
ttte-tscb Terra CotU Y Braaehee.
J.e ftt M lach Terra CtrfU Pipe.
Otank forma of proposal and speeuicatioae
tan be obtained at l hi oaU-e ost apetieation
therefor, together with all aeceeaary uttoreta
tioa. and only bid oa theae forma will be
The right I retervtd to reject any and all
bids or parU of bat
J. . uusjuuAns.
brttM CommkDmn V. C.
)WMOsiALb FOR STREBT UGUTIiiU.
OrrK-a or wc CoaaiMiosiaae.
. WjMUn.toa. U. C, June K, ietk).
. wjMun,tea. u. (.., juae w, wmi,
sealed isepoeaJs will be reeled at tl
(nnjHdiltt e'eloek aa.ua FWUAY,7u
jtr, nan. tar 7urasshuur laaace and Rluattm
rtai and tkhtuw. eailafelstHng.
r tan lenalrlna
Bgatreet eu i-atpe ia
1"--- -' 'oliimKi fur thM uu mmAim
eussf eew ssvs.
Blaak for tat ot
i tyrant of protaal aad apeffatoatiotu
ohtalaesl at this eatoe etwa atwtica
trcfor. loaaeher with ail aeceeeary
tioa then fill
lafcmafheiaitdTtii anon these aernta only
wus esi isyseiiissi.
The ttitht hi reserved to tfjeet any and
J V BtH GLA,
L U BtVB,
II. at. BOBEKT.
coan)t.linirr ot the District of Coiuetbia.
PBfaPsOsitUs FOH SABBt. I. HAVEL AD
1 ofuSuSKa!1 lXN "" n1
Crruc or rim Co)Muoa.tna D- C
, . l'a(su4sw.p.C,Jaaela, UW-
'-' "--'- Will La w.itea1 ml tkU
hcotten stefoatne pubUi Wurk ot the Bs
, atnes aofaw ut prfsieau ane at)
Usnu ias heobtalneil at tfeb oV on
itatnn ttntttster toaetner ntsth all
mforntt5toe."jwitl nine on theae
wBi he eosuuelemset
f he rnt b) tatetved to reject asiendaii
bids or Bert of bet
J. W. Mitt'"1 tlM
"ngfttM SlaLttla otspbiLl
(bnalte ork for Fountain ansl nsajn and
for Bronte Vase and Leupttoet toe wraee
V . Caottol keparate peoooaala tog the
roVwifl hi reoetved iSlfi TUUBttDAT.
Ji SB f. was. at u oviock noou. at tU
iBke. where plena, ecini.tk'uj and model
star now be seen SUWeJtD CLASS. 4nul
teet U. S. Cet.ltui
yti tu m imm e.
nslBpfsifaMMsbaf MsBatnaf (Mf tMaa JnMsf Hjftli sjbT
yiWtfSt3$T&t1tyi 4lsMs0lnV 9 604 JlBf k&&
tjtm KALE-A BABGA1K IF x.ll T '
J once; 2-atury and haaetoeM bru.-k lm;
rrooni and bath, ail mud UU, . tiiuii J a .
Ko twletnv. price fAJOw. term viuethl.d ;
to FBA.XC18 jlFTy. imvu u w US t& '.
twALB-Uf AXBXAJ1D4UA. t BOOH
ime bonae. inat anlahlng; nsdxasttn 1
: tot ItiUli; auttii hoaoe. priiM. BM. Ap-
RtOB &aU-TBBJBJt Of TM t9JItFtf
rntoOMt m BfaSlngton, tS, W and l
Uth at 11 r. two .tvry and bayienMnt, brown
' r urns and balb. e!ei.t.ru
LM.1.I1 VA) .dl
1 hui auusMMrr j. TnnwiAB. twotn
8 tWUVJ1 AbW M9IMVM iV'FtfR DT'cK
pcroim itreitk, niwMit 0 mm t 8
sVttwy f mtiw nMWOtWtlh hwvB loi, fttnatQ
on Sfxlli rtiwl b9lwMn & nnn O Me
T7 Prtee, l,CO0.
8-srory brtek besiee, eontafntnjt 9 room a
and bath; site et rot, 18i75; srttmte on U
48 men, r,f00
8-torv ann hsek tmtMrne; brten dwelltne,
contntnlng 10 rontne; all rnratern tanprore
mente; annate on corner ef Nrnth ami 0
488 Frtee, fCOO.
nstory brlek iionsts 6 rooms and. bath,
sttaate on I, street, between North Capitol
and First streets nw.
408 rrtee. tUM.
8-story brick hone, evrntattitnir. IB rrx m.
all nretrern ImproTements; dtnate So '.. '
X street nw.
4B8 1'rrce, fte,ars
iMory brick honae, 10 loonts, tlae of i
vlo; tttttete No. 14BK N tt. nw.
961 rriee, $3,000.
9-story ami baitrnawt; brrek nonee. 7
rooms ami tsath; attnate on New Hampshire
RVfnwe, bet. I, amt .M ste. nw.
4W Prtee, IM00.
9-story O-room ttrlck bottset jtnwte on
Clevelaml ave., bet. lith ami 18Us, W anr
406 I'rtee, rl,00rj.
9-story 0-roeni brlek hesjee, on WaltKh
481 I'rtee, ..TW
9-tlorr rVroom Utlek benee; tltnate
448 Frtee, V00. ,,
3-tory brlek boue, centetarng U rooms
ami bath; ami all modern Improvement'
situate No. 1990 0 at. a. w
4M) I'rtee, 1,9t1.
Improved property on the north side ot
U at., wide front.
lit rrtee, IBft.OOO
A large itattte property In a deatrebl)' bv
catkin; now under leaee to good tenet '.
pa vine U per cent.
HI 7 i'rtee, JBB,orsi
4tM Frame dwelling, (J rant ate., Me'in'
Pleasant. Price, $7,000.
40 Four alley bonsea, eontahtlnc 4
moms; each rent for $13 per taonta. Price,
4S4 8-room frame bout, lot ttrcW, oe I,
tt. te. Price, t,oeo.
l7 9-Hory ami cellar brick next, J
rooma ami bath; ettnale on Ooiumwa
llelKhU. Price, $10,000.
Houses at falls Ottnreh, Va.
A new cottage, situate only S ntfnntea'
walk from Kail Church atatlotM, W. .t ).
K. K., Va containing 6 rooma, Wh,pn
try, ami trunk room; stie of let, 110x120
feet. Price, $3,100. TernMeaey.
A WO A new cottage, tttnate only 3
minute' walk from Fa tin Church station,
W. A U. K. K., Va., eontalnlne;, parlor,
dining-room, kitchen, 4 bed-reesna, bath,
scrvauU' room tod attic. Pike, WOO.
Vacant Ciroiiuil Nortlirusl uutl .South.
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