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THE DAILY CRITIC, THURSDAY EVENING, JULY I), ISfM).
AT THE CAPITOL A! VTTF.RS RATHER QUIET AT THE HOVSE ON THE HILL TO-DAY, CALM AFTER THE PKRTISW STORM. Mr. Rogers Um a mUeett With Messrs. Lodgt aad Hwk. BOTH BOUSES AWOORN TILL MONDAY, Proceedings in Ike 9sat The OMfer esre on Silver Important Nomina lions (Hber Milters. In the Senate Oils morning meesnftes fn m Die Pmkttnt were pumtetl as to Indian laml In Kansas; m to postal and cable cornmunreatton between the tnttctl Plates ami tli Lalln-Ametl-enn Mates, aa to the celebration r f the fourth centennial of the discov ery of America, and as to disagreement between the Cherokee Commission and the Iowa IntHans in tbe Indian Terri tory The Senate agreed to adjourn from tc-day until Monday. 5Ir I'liimb offeml a resolution, which was agreed to, calling; upon the Secretary of War for Information as to whether articles were being manu factured at tbe national military homes n competition with private enterprise, ml the reason nnd authority for It. Mr, I'lumb also offered a resolution calling on the Secretary of tho Interior to Inform the Sonato whether be has nny knowledge of tho guarantee, Actual or proposed, by tho Union Pacific Kail road Company of tho bonds or stock of any other corporation, moro especially those of the Orceon Navigation Company and of the Denver and South Park Ilnllrond Company, whether the Union Pacific llallroad Company has paid out for its surplus earnings or otherwise the In tltbtidncss of or nny part thoreof nf tboso or other coupons, and if so, whether such guarantee or payment, or both, is in accordance with law, nnd consistent with tbe obligations of the Vnion Pacific llallroad Company to the Vnltcd States; and tho Secretary is di rected to communicate all Information in the possession of his Department on this matter. This led to an animated debate be tween Messrs. Edmunds and Butler in retard to tho failure of tbe Senate to consider the report of tbe Select Com n.llkc en Pacific Railroads. In Ilia House. In the House this morning Mr. Loilsje rf MastachusctU asked for a reprint of the Federal Election bill with margi nal notis. Mr Holers of Arkansas demanded the regular order. Mr Lodge thought there was no r.mssltv to get croM about the matter Mr. Ifocers said the House had had enough of the bill. Mr. Ilouk of Tennessee responded that tuo Democrats might get more of It. Mr Lodge's request was not ac ceded to. Mr. Dorseyof Nebraska asked con sent to offer a resolution requesting the President to return to the House, bill extending the time of payment to pur chasers of land of tbe Omaha tribe of Indians in Nebraska, but objection was made, Mr. McComas of Maryland pre rented tbe conference report on tbe District of Columbia Appropriation bill. After some debate and pending a vote on the conference report tbe House at 1 15 p. in. adjourned until Mon day Important Presidential Nomination-, The President sent to the Senate to day tbe following nominations: Adam E. King of Maryland, to be C'onfculUeneral of the United States at Paris. II. N. Allen of Ohio, to be Secretary of tbe Legation of tbe United States to Corea. Charles Heath of Massachusetts, to be Consul of the United States at Catania, Italy. James J. Paterson of West Virginia, to be Consul of tb.e United States at Merlda. Mexico. No .tcrceiueot on Silver, Nothing resulted from the second ircetlcgof tbe Senate and House eotv ferrets on tbe Silver WIl to day. Propo sitions to make all silver eertiucates heretofore Issued full legal leader ami to make customs duties payable la gold wtte made, but were not acted oa. Tbe train point at Issue that of free coin age was not touched upon ami tbe i cnfirrtes adjourned to meet oa Satur day Meanwhile the ItentibUean litem I us of the conference will endeavor U ltBeb an agreement. The Democratic nt Hilars say they will stand arm for free coinage. Slum musty lor tuo I'cbsIod l!ulnea. The Speaker laid before tbe House to day a letter from tbe Secfeiasy of tbe Treasury transmitting a eoiumunieaikm fiout the Assistant Treasurer at Xew "x i ik fcubuilttinf aa estimate ot aptwo piiaiin of f 19.QW required to asojistiy irunssct tbe iacieatea biniBeei usaler lit new oenslott legMaiinn. Tbe Sec re tury in "bis Utter at transmittal tneoejt lttDtli tbe Increase asked by Use Asels taiit luasurer. The F(n Ktll tud. icn Tas Oniric' restart elueed Hturuay tbe House was Meeting a vote t n tie iufauiou force MIL Altar ev eral utber dilatory metioaa, wfese hasted until b JO o'clock, the isvxl vote was naibed. The UU asued by a vote tjf i to l W. a majority of atx, ami taw IluubC adjoulUtid- ALLtN AJSDDAYIDftOlf. v wktitiit, arts ts rottvae yttnv iLDSST PttSVSnTfUB. A sctee net doeso tbe bUbteav ui red in tbe House Ttasntlajr. Tbetiajr ,-wss but and the disriiaatrw was eee Luiur It was getiiae; late ia the aJtew t . ..m Tbe next tMsg la fleeter wen tbe vuic uu tbe siiifettssenis oCexei by Mr lUiuj..tull He stated that vhea the uu u bod he lasvsvled to ask she II. use io take recess uotU 8 y so. ii, JDuttdaoauf ytorida said he ouI4 i if t to takiw sees before 3 c i k the usual hour- Jus here sir. A u l .. ' hluifaiijui caste up a4. de laimg tbt be had Use aasaanUhtlo vi jut aui aejfbodjr eUe had, saM he k , i. ; J ubjcci to a adjourawttai hsdote ' Up UU it U uppeaii'd to arouse she U of Mi I)avklkoa iml he desnieihwl to n bt tbe tseatlesian bout Tupelo LiuM TUi Utwx tcupoudod that be u iai.ll but bt aald and Intimated an eater desire to Inter view Mr. Allen in the cloak-room. Mr. Allen wcWMttsl Wa enffs a llttte more prom Inentlyaml wld that srrtwd htm. So the angry twain proewderl to the cloak room. Titer Mr. DavMstm again demanded to know what Mr. Aihm meant by hh remark, closing hh hands after the manner of a pugilist. Mr. Allen repeated that he meant ex actly what he said, and he becan doubling no his hands after the fashion that prevailed at Purvis abont a year agone. Mr. Davidson looked at Mr. Allen In tently for a minnte or two ami then said, with a tragic emphasis In his torn, "Don't you ever speak to me again." Mr. Allen looked relieved, but whether at the escape from a woeslble licking, Or at being relieved from the further necessity of speaking to Mr. Davidson doesn't appear. Whether the pretence of Mr Cratn of Texas, who has a reputation for be Ing very bandy with bis dukes, bad a restraining effect upon the other gen tlemen Is not clear. Tbe understanding Is that an op pressive silence still exists between the i'loridlan and tbe Mlssiselpplan. THE COMMISSIONERS SPL'T. A Dental or Xtobert's Itlcht to Act In l'ollce Mattery At the hoard meeting; of the Co trim I?. sloners today one of them expressed a doubt as to the power of Knglncor Commissioner to control any matters except those relating to the Engineer Department. Tho matter was referred to tho District Attorney for n decision, and Mr. Iloberts Issued n letter, staling that he wouid gladly bo relieved from all duties except those pertaining to his office. If this point is decitlod as bo wlsbos, nil the liquor licenses Is sued will bo Invalid. Olllcer Dcnn to Ho Tried, Assistant District Attorney Amies has cntored n note proceiui In the case of Samuel Hutchlns against Policeman Doan. A number of Indignation meet ings havo been held, nnd at oncof them n committee was appointed to wait upon District Attorney Hot;a to ask for justice in favor of tho colored race. Mr. Hoge came to tho conclusion that the simplest way out of the difficulty was to have tho Police Court hear and decide the caso. A wnrrnnt, It Is said, will be Is sued and Dean will be called upon to stand trial for assault. Ada Tinner nt Liberty, General K. 0. Carrlngton has at list succeeded In qottlnq Ada TInnoy, colorod, out of jail. Assistant District Attorney Lipscomb today cntorred n nolle prottntti In her case. She was sentenced last December by Chief .Ins ttce llinpham to one year's Imprisonment in the Albany penitentiary for receiving stolen goods, and has been in jail for seven months awaiting a now trial. The Government officers thought she had had punishment fAtoiigh. lilt III Wife With a llrlck. At 11 o'clock last night Willhiu Washington, Hvinic at No. 27 Gllcu'd alley, became Involved in a quarrel with wife. He accused her of infidelity, and the outcome was that she was struck In the torcbead with a brick. Dr. Hon detsou, who attended her, pronounced tbe wound a fracture. Mrs. Washing ton was taken to tbe Freed man's Hos pital, where she Is receiving treatment. Her condition is not considered danger ous. .To the WuKe-lVorkor or All Coun tries." Nrw Yohk, July 3. The American Federation of Labor, through Its presi dent, Samuel Gompers, sent out last night a communication addressed "To the wage-workers of all oountrles," stating that It is the Intention of tbe Federation to hold a congress In Chi cago in 1608, which will lie discussed tbe question of labor from a broad ami liberel standpoint. A Society llelle Commits forcery. New Yohk, July 3.--Miss Nettle Clarke, n well known society belle of Providence, 11. 1., was arraigned to-day on a charge of forging the name of J. L. Tourtelotte. to a check for 10,000. She was held to await tbe arrival of ex tradition papers. Tlie aiorloua fourth of July Tbe Crawford Sboe Store Hill be elo4 alt day. Ont! late to-night. A Drummer KI1U Klunell, St. Louie, July 8. Shortly before 8 o'clock this morning W. A. Magrew, representing Thomas Kane & Co. of Chicago, dealers in school supplies, shot and killed himself at the Southern Hotel. The cause is as yet unknown. Educational Meeting at St. 1'aul, ILtt l'eeasTlvsBia lUMroaU wilt Mil round-trip tickets to St, 1'aul from V'ah iuKtou July ltt toStn, good to rstura uuttl July J7th, t rate otM.UJ, oa accouat ot National Kduealtoe AMoebUiou Conven tion. Oa preseaUtloB ot return uortioa of tbM tickets to Joint Agent at M. Paul Iki vlll be indorsed good lor passage uu til September aotb, 10. 11 U Collur llono llruken, Jataes K. Mafors, a colored waa, who resides at No. Hi New Hampshire ave hum, was before Jude;e Miller yesterday afternoon uu a charge of vagrancy. He aWeteeied to eeeaee aad was struck with a elub by the osMear who arrest el hits. The wottavd latHcteil a fracture of the collar Uoee. Wafers was sestt to the workhouse for thirty days. What are sou gsiajr to do about jour ilk of Jul) beer Order tbe Hubert Partaer ieatia Cabinet aud have s good time. II M WHk a Hrtek, Dr. EUyseu was called upm to dress the wouade of James CoUias, who was bit oa the head with a btiek oa the cor aer of JSleveawh ami G asreew yeeaerday ateraoue. After his wouads were rlrasjid Cotrius was seed to his home, sear QiealFeUa. Kour iae races at lean tegs t-morcew- iietteteattMsty rfamtoiawi. Jfnm tiu &tw rmt MtnnU. "Ikawy," she whJsmteed, as though fearful of tho worst, "do you Wee me lets th a fottiughi ago whea you brought tMsoaw towers or caady every atehtr" Uo VaeMmVal a " k) susvegW-Mfaail lui. sssfss" TSsr'weamptt eFj sh wsssssfSF" ty ftjr to y w uf, uai - ffry tfjpg4 tfflj) t'OilMlJI Ijpf sWiHbmltf 0 (ttb saMslwame' mm - '-' "te Jk sPyp 9ts shfMit niat&itex iii WvJstiri a air mJw that wad aoy to aay Uad of a veheciat. it to datmed U H oaa be awMed tiuad o Use read to ruU it vU nest the irtitl seed tor wheeh fum ev W fimitr. Kjsuuie uue of the luchmat towas is Lut Wikt It baa a brass band, uat iirjitttii.ni! without thv uteaos to pro ioji. ibeLiau.kiU THE GOVERNOR WILL NOT Slftti IT, Bt the lottery Bill Will Be tfuwetl Over nis Veto. CnttntSATT, Oro, July 8. A Baton Itoafe, La., special to the firming IW gays: QoTernor Nfehori sayaho will not stfn the Lottery bill, but tire mcesmrr two-lhlrrla rrmlotlty In both Horrsw will pass the bill orer tlw Oovenror's veto. The lottery etmstittitkraal ameml went will carry at the noils becaww of the desperate need of fnmls for bnlrd Ing high levees to protect crops from overflow In the Sirs $lslppl River district. Lottery men declare that when a vote shall be taken upon the amendment by the people there will be bloodshed, bewirwe the people of Louisiana are desperately at ioegerheads over the question. Bockmen on n Strike, CnicAoo, July 8. The dock labor ers' strike is on and the strikers are having rather the better of It. From 100 men who struck four nights ago on one line tbe Lehigh Valley the strike has spread until 1,000 men and five transportation lines are now involved. The odd feature of the strike Is the fact that the strikers are entirely unorgan ized. They have no union, but are simply pulling together from sheer fvrce of common Interest. Their work Is so arduous that men unaccustomed to tho work would be soon disabled by it, and hence the probability of re placing the strikers by new men at the prices offered Is very slim. m rrofensor .Stilllvnn Talks Fight, Boston. Mass., July 3. John L. Sullivanwho is In town, talked freely with a United Press repoiter last night. Among other thlncs he said: "When I will tight again I do not know, but I do know thot I stand ready to meet any man in the world, wbllo or black, If n suftlclent amount of money Is forthcoming. I will meet Jackson for a purse of $20,000, but I do not pro pose to run after him." With regard to the recent announcement that Ivilraln was anxious to meet him again, he pooh-poohed the Idea, adding: "Ivilraln will not fight again, even "if ho had millions behind him. He is about the easiest mark for mo In tho country." Hint ot Striking Oloakmnkers, New Yohk, July 3. A mob of strik ing clonkmnkors, numbering not. less than S00 persons, assembled in front of the firms of Moyor & Jonassen, 3.11 llroadway, nnd the Mercantile Cloak Company, 371 llroadway, nnd set upon the opcrntlves who arc working In thoso places shortly before 8 o'clock this morning. For holf an hour or so there was an Incipient riot on the busy thor oughfare, but the mob was dispersed by tho police. Several persons were slightly hurt, but none seriously, nnd no arrests were made. An Indian I'ollceiuna nml Ills dun, PiEiuiK, S. D., July 3. Bad Arm, a Cheyenne Indian policeman, came to Fort Pierre yesterday to arrest an In dian named Iron Moccasin. The latter's wife Interfered nnd Bad Arm broke her skull with a six shooter. The squaw will die. Friends of the contestants then took a band, but were separated by the militia. The bands to which Bad Arm and Iron Moccasin respect ively belong arc now on the war path against each other, and the troops at Fort Pierre have trouble In keeping them from collision. Ainiy or the l'otomac lleunton. Portland. Mk., July 3. Over 1,000 members of the Association of the Army of the Potomac, Including all tbe lead ing officers of the organization, are here in attendance upon tho annual reunion. The weather, though threatening, has not as yet Interfered, and tbe prospects are generally favorable for a successful reunion. The forenoon Is being tie voted to meetings of tbe different corps and social gatherings. A Military Execution In Mexico. Mexico, July 3. Aurlel Gultesar, a soldier In the Fourth Regiment, who some months ago wantonly killed a cor poral of tbe same regiment, was shot yesterday In the plaza Santiago de Kl Altlllollo In tbe presoncc of some 1,500 ottlcers and soldiers and a few news paper men. This Is the first military execution that has taken place here for many months. tlsuibllne l.el to Murder. F.lPaso. Tex, July 8. Joseph D. Brown, a telegrapher, originally from New York, was shot and killed by Wil liam G. Colwull yesterday morning while standing near tbe entrance of "The Gem," a gambling resort. Col well bad met with losses at the faro table and Brown asked him bow raueb he bad lost. Angry words followed and precipitated tbe tragedy. M)(terloo Ulieaae In Yucatan, Mia ico, June 8. Telegtaphle ad vices received bere from Merlda, Yuca tan, bring information that tbe mys terious epidemic la Bullae is preadlag rapidly wilb a proportionate deerease iu ibe death rate, bo cue escaping who is attacked with tbe disease. Iu cou sequeace a rigorous quaraatiae his bees tfsubllskej oa tbe Isthmus. A llur.tlBc Cloud in Now Yor'4, Birr-j.ua, N. Y., July 3. A special fiem Wales. New York, to the HUpm says There was a cloud buret just east of Waks Ceuire ou Tueeday afteraoou Two biblges ami numerous sluice were washed away. Small streams were turned iato ragtag river, aad carried everythteg before them. A number of narrow escapes ace reporkd What sw you going to do about jour Ub of Jul) beer! Order the Robert Purtaer Vienna Cabinet sad bars good time. A Trusts Ttwt. Phuausi.i'uu. July 8. "WeU, Coony. here's luck to you," were the words of Mm. Annie jfoser of No. 1T31 Pateyunk avenue to her son in law, Conrad Drown, ott Tuesday night, as she Hfied a cup rosrtajsilng ffsaJar e-yj to her liswaud sweitowei a nortton of the poison, nam was found dead soou after. Katcutr r 1'MU t'nnrtme at Jtt vaabw Kwleext K4ee vtt fane- ytvtuuV WwHrtwrf. Tbe fennsjlfsius Kailroad wtU ull round-trip ticket to Id.limuajea July a and a. jssod to return until July la. at rate of lft irons VsaMngton tor sfwensstdstton of heiiftis destma to Attend the sTahrjats of Fvtbiat Conclave. kejU ft tJgUt jt4lAsBi4msMmhsTjV Jose(ih Uavh), cotoced nana, wt bkd and coBvicted in the Uruvtaal Court today of stealing 14 from VitthHtt X- (Mutt Judge BtnjehtsB senteftoed htm to v4ghhw.si naestthn lea tusMmsuesd 1st she nMsmny snobvmiarsr. SUw Yowa, wtar a -U. Chiuaoear II. rJhjnweT andlassdlif ami Kany Txajttjt CtieamwsjhNsnr WlUIam tucuvvay ajad nrrsn wane s&esuamtns tjodnir eat she) Hinvftrg a mtrlr an Lias) tnaajsjair &of Biapdte tor Europe. Iwu tlvtULg oi.4 IW .uiJJ. lw.cS, llLL Lfct, Jaly -t MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE. A Jteal itntato Ag-ent VHbe IVhere ahonts Are OTIKrrtJWn. Another mysterfon rtftappeatatrce, which promises to pnttle the police and all those Interested In the fate of the individual corre.raetl, has occurred. John F. Collins, a promhient real estate owner, who lives on Fonr-anrl a-hatf street southwest, is saM to have disap peared on the 15th of June and has not been seen since. Just before his disap pearance Mr. Collins wss negotiating with Jlr. W. J. Davis for the purchase of a valuable piece of property In the central portion of the city. He hml deposited a considerable amount of money in order to bind the bargain, but the sale bas not as yet been closed up on account of the mysterious disap pearance of Mr. Collins. Inquiries were made at a number of houses Where men answering; to the name (J. F. Collins) lived, tmt no trace of the wife could be found who would di vulge any Information In regard to the story. THE CENSUS ROW. Froxrntlons In Minneapolis to be Dropped The Itcport Ilenled. MiNNRArotis, Minn., July 8. The charges against the Minneapolis census enumerators are to be dropped, the evi dence against them, in the opinion of George N. Baxter, special counsel for the Government, not warranting a prosecution. Within n few days Jfr. Baxter will forward to the Attorney General at Washington his recommen dation that tbe cases bo abandoned. He has not completed bis examination of the evidence agalnsttlieenumeratnrs. but has proceeded far enough to feel reasonably sure that there would be no conviction. Latkii. The report that Special Counsol Baxter bad, upon examination of the evidence, recommended the dis missal of tho census cases, is prema ture and unconfirmed. Mr. Baxter re ceived his commission only yesterday, and is busy examining the evidence. ANGLO-GERMAN AGrIeJIENtIeNOUNCED. Stanley uAn I.'catlMIC nnd Sclf-Ailver-tldnc Amerlcnn Hero.1' Behmjj, July 3. No adequato con ception can be formed from the reading of the official report of tbe unanimity of condemnation with which tbe Colonial Society, nt Its meeting held at Cologne on Tuesday last, received the Anglo German nsreement. At tho banquet subsequent to the business meeting of the socloty opon and vigorous expres sions of dissatisfaction with the termt of the convention were elven utterance Henry M. Stanley was' described In n speech made by Major Llebert, the commissioner for East Africa, as an egotistic and self advertising American hero, who had written up his ad ventures before they bad been en countered. Itrtiirirctlnc 1'edeMllam. From tk Vkltaao lhraM. Cabot Lodge, the Massachusetts Re publican who stands as sponsor In the House of Representatives for tbe infa mous Federal Flection bill, is n de scendant of George Cabot, who was a number of the notorious Essex junto. The Essex junto was a cabal of old Federalists, who -held out for many years against the Democracy of Jeffer son and In favor of the aristocracy of Hamilton. It Is fit and proper that the party which Is the direct descendant of tbe old Federally party, should have for a leader in Its newest assault upon the liberties of tbe people a man who Is n direct descendant of one of the bitter est of tbe old Federalist leaders. Tbe business Is congenial all around. m tlenerul Cruuk'a Willow. Man About Toti a la X Y. .star. I see that the widow of General Crook Is to havo a pension. A good many years ago she was the handsome and dashing MNs Daly of Cumberland. Md. It was her brother, a Confederate of McNeill's Partisan Rangers, who helped to capture Generals Crook and Kelly one night as they lay snug In their bo tel at Cumberland surrounded by 10, 000 Union soldiers. At that very time General Crook had it in his mind to make Miss Daly his wife, and event ually be was not deterred by her broth er's opposing politics. An Kipeuilvo Czar, t'nm Ikd Aiy(M Ttuut. It looks bad for Speaker Reed. Tbe bcnlrog canners in his d Unlet are 1 ready talking of not fM than $10 eaeb for votes. His 3,000 majority at this rate 'will cost the protection barons $80,000. He comes high, but they will have to have bim. Grand Excursion K. ot i. to Milwau kee, via II. & O. It. It. Tbe Biennial Coaclave at tbe Order of Kuiebls of 1'jtulM Hill be held at Milwau kee, Wit., from July s to July U, MM. ArraaeeiMMiU have bean fowpletail iat JfPtcUl Train o( fullawa YuUe Cars to leaie WakhiagtoB, II. C, via lUltiutore and Ohio Railroad, connecting with tbe ChkaiEo and NerUiesteru Railway, for an Excursion at the reduced rate of oiu htilf Jurur Iks riAtiui trip, good tor return pa tage, leaving Milwaukee a hue as July I. The train will leete Baltlueare and Onto Depot at 10 p. m. Saturday, July 5, giving I srtcacer a daylight view ot the Alle Lkatit aud (.'beat Mountains. From Chi cago the excursionists ride along the shore of Lake Michigan, via Chicago and North western Railway, arriving; at Milwaukee at IX (noon) Monday, Jul, 7. The local committee baa eommodatton for all visitors. Ther have tceeived auttcieut sum of money to guarantee a complete programme of fa UvsUas covering the whole weak tor the gtsilnrstton of their guests Bellr.mil ticket, good tor the round ton. Washington to Milwaukee, sltU. Ticket good aUo on all regular trams of July and tt. These desiring berths in Htliman Meee ing Cats, must secure aame before July 1, and, on the urinUule of (ret come fret crvvd, we suggest an early ittlkstioe us made- further informatton and tickets can tie owneee treat tt. uroggtne, IMviafcu. So. 1: J. P. Kith. So. 4; George V. Heialey, ColusoMs. or nemmnrc ami unto tstans om 1381 Pennsylvania iteaue, and eUVaud To acMunntndste pstismi the ten lord febue ntore U1 be keyt otwa late to-nigbt. CUed ail day July IT A Weeleihte Miarewr. WHiiam Washiagtoa, $ coiored man. vas aneatod and locked uf tklt morn tog m charge of snsauM with Intent to kili He becauw involved Is a light vttfc his wife, Martha, hml eveaJag andsatuckberintheheadwithsbrUk, limurieg her skull, tism was taken to Fieedman's HoaptUl and it U thougsM she wiU die bom her hj tries VsutOng and running at newungs to-ttwrty the sTfjliii m r VawhetTis) Me. rVeident Harrison, ovtog to pri auieof pubme htumw, ww uanjbW i. Mam thjajnttviw g hmrrmtmtatWsi J bdf to Cane fef . tte hog. how ever, to get away tor l mf to snomov. hst are uu going to do about sour v vf July Ui Order tbe stoaext Poru.. iciiia taUnet and bare good time- '1 it'iignl iLiuugat gciiuli.ijet.OUi .ii FAL8ELT ARRESTED. JeJin Wens' Stiu .telttMt Ihe Mntket Cnmrmoy nt irnwsirw. The rtamage suit of John Ifelrs, enl ortd, against tbe Washington Market Company for false aT!tt canre np to day in the Clrmlt Court before Jndge Montgomery. It appears that on Angust n, 1S88, Mrs. Scrogglns, a white fadf, while at the Centre Market, had net pocket picked of her purse containing M. 81 Special Officer Catlln arretted wells, bnt npon Mrs. Scrogglrrs saying that he was not the man lie released him. A colored woman named Slaughter, saw James Clark, a noted colored thief, take tbe pocketbook from Mrs. Srrogglns, but when he observed Mrs Slaughter watching him he dropped it. Mra. Maughter picaeti np tne pociretriooK if ust where ciarR stooti and nantteti it to rs. Scrocelns. Clark is now servlns: a term in the penitentiary, aa learned, lor the larceny. Tbe jurv rendered a verdict In favor of plaintiff of compensatory damages for $ lfiO. Silent Tartnera In ttin Theatrical llnnl ntn. Frnm tht Xi tr Tori torn. One interesting development of the atrical lawsuits is that the names of en tirely unknown men are nearly always brought out by them. The unknown is usually the backer of the enterprise, and he takes half of the star's earnings. Even the most successful theatrical men have these silent partners. They have cotblng to do with the profession, and are, as a rule, business men who are conservative by habit, but who ee the large financial gains possible In the atrical enterprises. The other day the fact wafc brought out thalNatGoodwln, who Is ft rich man and who was sup posed to own his show absolutely, had a partner of this sort. iln Will I.enrn. from Me ltomt Scntlit. If, as Is stated in political quarters, Speaker Reed Is getting Into trim for the Republican nomination of 1900, he Is taking a queer course towartl popti larlty. But probably Reed does not know any better or bas no Idea that there are bounds beyond which It Is un safe to go. By ami by a wave of edu cation will strike him. as It has appar ently struck that other man from Maine. llxcurMon to Atlantic City, Kxcttrslon tickets to Atlantic City will will be sold by llalttmore and Ohio IUII roatl for tbe train letting Waelilngton at 13 o'clock noon, Thursday, July 3, and Friday. .Inly 4, at rate ot fn for the round trip. Tickets good for return passage until Tuesday, Jul , Inclusive. Two trotting and two running races, llennlnge, July 4. fllT.UlAI, NOT1UIT, BCaflNTIlB etiPRRMB COURT Or TUB IllKriHCT OrCOUJtMA.TItKWni DAY OP JUNE, A. U. !t0. PATRICK KunrtRN, Plaintiff, St:.AN IlL'DDIN. I Bnulty No. 11801, UWHl 0. V. Defendant. J On notion of the plaintiff, by Mr. Cnapln Drown, his lolleltor. It U ordered that the de lem'SBt, sema Madden, for whom a m moee bar teen leenetl aou returned "not to be loiird." caure br appearance to be en terf d here'n on or before the lint rule day nt the Court occurring- forty days after this day (JUXK so. ISOO): otherwlee the eatine will be proeeled with ai ta caw of default Pro tided a copy of tbl order be publltbed In "1 be Waihlnston Law ileporter" and Vjoh imitox Ciiitir at leatt once a week for three iticrettlre week before tbe ukl rule dav. 1 be object of IbU tult le to obtain an abso lute divorce fmra tbe defendant ou tbe uroand of desertion. . a. ivA..iunoe. Trne copy. Test lli-M. R.J.MRiOg. Clerk. O. CL.NCY, AeeUlant Clerk. JwSOyltaww B3T UIART&HKD MY COKfiKB ISIS. FHAXKIJX I.VSritAXCK CO. OP WASHINOTON, D. C. CATITAL AM) SURPLUS. tSSSfM. II ner coateted a !o by Are. bet always nukes uroair t and liberal adjuttmesu. Ur. Daniel II. Clarke, pree't; Oeonie K. lesson, vleepres't; CaarleeS Bradley, t rear jl. Pen wlek Yeun, tee'y; Will P. Boteler. aa't tee'y. l'i,lm Jgp-0T1C1 TO TAM'AYKRH. Orru-r or the Amkok cr Tin I)ithict or ConxaiA, Juns, it). A llt will be completed by JULY 1. tH,o( all real property wnleb nball tbeebavebe eome ubkct tu taxation for tbe Artt!me, and the value affixed tbereou according to tbe rule for aioeMing real eetate. Tbie mm nwet will Include all new atruotnrea and ad dltbMiato or tBprotemcntof okl atrueturee which have become taxable alnce laat ae4 tH. Tbl office kbould be notlted of tbe reaoTal or de.tructlon of any luillllojr ainoe the lat UHwuwt, In order that tbe aame stay be deducted from ihe valuation as tt now eland oe tbe tax 111 Complaints a to aald asreeauMU can only be beard and determined between the THIRD AND PIRfcT MONDAY OP JVLY. IeW. . By order of tbe Counnltainnere, D. I'. MATTHBW TNIMBLK, jtOb-U A4eor. D C ISsr-TFMPORARY OFPICK OP THB a5' WASHINGTON LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY. 1001 P street n w. CAPITAL SI ,000100. Tut company kauee eert Mantes of depoeit bearing Intereat a f. llows: Oh all amounts deposited for ninety day or more, but U then six minlb. i per ceat. per aaaem; It per cent on deuoait (or more than alx uontne. but leae then a year and! peroeut. en deposit ot one year or louser. beeered l wUui U (or sale. Money Irs net! w . . RUBIhOM. tree. B. M. WARNBK, Pre. JMRUCTORfc: Charles R. RalWy. Geome F. Sohafer, James L. Rarboar, John A Hamilton, Seorce B. Bartol, ThoanM Soaserville, Richard W. Clay, John A. Swone. Horace S. Uunsainna, J. ii. wornwiedt, J. J. Darluwton, BatteMley W. Tajoott, John Joy Edaon, Georse Traeedell. Albert P. Fox. ' A T. Wusan.' . i ijieen, WUMlamB.terley. Juhn R. Lamee. rha'. nsstTwmWon. A. g, Worsssmttsm. J. WUXUst UU 0iam06sMnmVsT tft MflttMT linn J&IMlk ingaAgsm. iWPA.AYStV. W.. nraach Oarne. w lawytaadate- a w. PS. WRITS. CHiaWOiUT, uts Feaae ave. e..ovsotte WffiMd Hotel, m far and near viak Dr. White i amiMoUaaee of oem. bea Tnnnaenaa irom luae. dtai'aaed naiia and all other foot trouble. Uoars, it a u p. m . gun aaa,ubt sniaWTihsd nstt. Tee, jl. wpw ruitvutu niRStv. An-enU w Vaaaiamon far TBS WtUTTISB SLBYATUSt 'oTi TiU SCMT SUtVAVOS IS TULi wou. Osnrteeare been pat uuothe beet build mm in sbiiiton in the Ust two rear by gstimaiea womptly fugulahed. Aiaoaaeut sst the Woruonetoa nwLu Pumnlaji uaohlu try. AUo General nitMy"i jngbj.wr. llafiw.io.koaW4hViler,Pun SJM meator (..n haiia vraceruum Hum '-old to tuos Mteetii street sentnvea bmmm-trsme nianninutarer In the cUy. OsB her near ahasea UaavUne and fsMstatyi Strew and fen bats aw ana tea anu aaeceu w tee 'lee. uruets wu saawsMmmB ssV WBY. NOT aUVB Yul'R MURTn made bi uue of the moat (.elebraMd tsjsajut in in America Price thnie LUttvr charae. P- X. B-aXX. tMM.STY Ub-AL KkfATg. llgegBAUE-AinXT IT AvRBa OS il s "i extended, on ibe iue l the aVkiar SSS and boldUr' Home K4.1I eay. beinj a part o tbe etau 1 1 ibe '.aw (.'Uel Jiuum Otuie, noveaUed' Ctlxewiod "j.J pi.rtuiity for inicaui- F 1 i j.i p. -- . iK,ufre cl ' UAl-IS RKO.VN .-1 1. ,t j Jndigestion 18 not only a dhrtwwine comfilarnt, M 1 Itself, but, by causing the Wood to become rleprarpd and the systfm rn feeNcd, is the parent ot innnmcmMe maladr. That Aywrs 9arnfmr1t!e. ht the beat core for Indtsrstlon, prn wrwn eomplrcated with Uvft t'omplnint, la proved by the Mlowlrnr tr-stimony from Mrs. Joseph Lake, of Brockway Centre, Mkrh.: "Urer complaint and Indigestion made my life a burden and ramn near ending my existence. For more than foftr years 1 anffered nntntd agony, was rednced almtwt to a skeleton, and hardly bad strength to drag myself about. All kinds ot food dlstrt-ssed mo, and only the most delicate rotiM be. digested at all. Within the time, mentioned several physicians treated mnwlfhont giving re. Iref. If othtng that I took seemed to do any permanent good nntll I commenced, the nse. of Ayer'a Sanaparttla, which It irodnced wom'erfnl resnlts. Soon after commencing to take the Sarsapa rllta I could see an Improvement In my condition. My appetite began to retnrn ami with It came the ability to digest all the food taken, my strength lm proved each day, anil after a few months of faithfni attention to your directions, I found myself a well woman, able to attend to all hotnehoUl duties. The medicine has given me a new lease ot life." L 1 tj. Ayor's Sarsaparilla, rnrrARED rt Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. l'rlre $1 j l bottlrp, JS. Worth J5 a bottle. KIlUO.tTIONAt,. milE NORWOOD INSTITUTE. Hrtrtt from a prrwfr tttltr! "In reply to ymir request for my advice as to a rood school for your daojthter, I eao with confidence recommend Sir. ami Mrs. Cabell's Norwood Institute. In Wiwhlneton. D. C. The standard of sabolanhlp there I blab, the Instruction thorough and the taaa enecs good. . . h. (1. C. Lamab, Jnstlce U. S. ttapreae Ooert." Tbe rbonl oren Sent. W. nr-.l.Vtl WANTED 11131.1. AUttrtlfttntnti ufuttr tM , fmr Un tr ltt, 96 ttnti for out tnttrttrm; IQetnlt for Ihrtt. WANTKD-A WHITE OI11L POll ORN cral honwwork In a small family, man, wife and boy s years old; Herman pre ferred; to the tilth! party a pleaaanl home and Rood wanes assured. Apply at No. tool Oitn w. YtTANTKD-BY A IOOD COLOR BI) LAUN- VV drew, washing and Ironlneto do at borac: reference given. Apply 119 N II v. AN AllLlt AnVKRTlStNO. INsUKANCB. ?fe, Llrhtnlnnrtxl-or lloolt Aeent,nr Iteporter, of Rreat.MtroIr falre, for literary work. Larre salary. Write London Allan fotd Pub. Co.. N. Y AVANTI1I1 MI.HUnt.I.ANnillW. ArfwrflMmfnMeiMter MM Aem.ber Heerer Uh, St ttnlt for on Iimm Hon; SO otntt for tkrt. A VEW DBBlHABLK ROOMS, WITH steam power, soo.1 elevator service and firet- claff janltorahlp. Iu tbe I0fJT RUILDINO, for rent at tow rates to drat elaae tenant. Apply to STILUON IIUTCItlN. US Poet Illldln, or FRANK MAOUIRB, Snperln tendetit. rnitsoNAt,, AJotrUHmtnU eer Ut AehT, for Mae or tut, X4nl4fOr om ttrtiot: JA cent for thru. VTOV 18 TUB TIMB. WB WILL PAY X "He moneT" for Ren.i' arst-elae eo-ond-hand etothfne. Addree or call at JUhTH'S OLD STAND. t D el. 11. w. ..wxx -... mil SAI.I5 T.OTS. HON. B W. I'KHKIN ANU IION.J.C. Burrow lutve made a ubdlvliloa of etabty seven beautiful bulldiuK lota at Linden, on the Metropolitan K. R., which are telne Ul oe easy term. Tbelr aiient. it. S. IlTTLEriKLl). will be on the around on JULY 4, who will furnUh Information to all rerionsho may call. Jri.it roit H.Yi.niiousm, AdnT(UmttU4 nruttr UU KtaJ, four Mar or U11, -A omti for ear nwerMee; 50 e-mnfor Oxu, IT OR 8ALR-A BARGAIN IP SOLD AT once: 2 itorr and baaBient brlek hoiirtc 7 room and bath; all mod Imp; rituatcl at no. 1 i n w; price i,av, term oue-tuim cab. balance 1. t and 3 year. Apply to FRANCIS Ill'PTY. 1301 P t n w. ferTW 1Mb at. 170K SALB-TRHEB OP THK CHSAPBbT boueea In WMblSRton, 108. 1W and IIS 11th it n e; two-tory and baemeat, brown atone trimatlnji; 7 room and bath; eleotrle belle and aa: price, tt.UM each, JSO) oath balanee to wilt or trade for eooil Iota. roil HUNT UOUStM. AiHr(Hntnt tuunrlAU Ktid, JWrHMtr Uu, SS for ear UfrfeM,- 94 tU for thru. TfOR REXT-UNPURNIeHED- 11 HIaven w.lTr SM 00 1413 Mbm ave. lTMaadMable MM HI! K t B w. H r -tCO tetlConaave, l& r ITS 0 14th t ex., IS r i0 imHKRW.UN its UBtn n w, u m iu es test Mth at nw. lire lew irsTQHBw.ure now iT4ePatnw.tr re io e TSH Mat n w. 14 re 60 iLafaretle Souare. IS re SU E 4 n w. li IreVT Mel um chapta t n w. u m rasa set 1Mb t n w, U re T UWSSthstn w. Mi. ......... .,.,.... 0 Blllyer Place. Mm IS ISM O at aw. lira SvT&ktaw.Wr tee wssun w. Mm ansa UlSrtnw.tfr ..,.,.., MS 14C4ttouhtonat,M te ieniioaentonat,s m te 111 Riu Plaoav rs M wuiMttuwiti m HIS Rth at n W.Mrs. f ire m a, 7 i aw UtSlTthatn w,T re Sen MSSMthMnw.WM ltt JlSSPu. Tr Mel utauihstBw.SM .. m st Mtt at n w, kf rs- UlTQat.rr..? , 14ISWaJlchl.lia ... ss SMSUatnw.ilH 7T... M Ultatbata w.ira B set ibt n w. Tr ts AMistkttaw.tra- sat itut'Vtn.iH. tees litlLttnw Tr 08 UKMrfiv. srs moe ItmSIaven w. Tt ...... .. . tt 09 tfcil M(b t a . t uasRauw.tr aim UMtitw.Sra HI) Utlilatataw.Sra Valnl mlMaXil ttatMameml rsn Ik- Afrmssisnal tj)Sj tmU . w eeap ni" ejemenm mmra nrsyr mHjmmnfamsmanna Per Fe mit from our oSk-e only. TtsOhUSJ. PUmSK (, uatfat. a w 170K huunr-TWQ riuvb ssw nig. A. 9009 fcifcmwml nWsMm VnCsf eUMl Of UGV tttamU SJSJS- fkfcmeei kiis SAAgt ssSasJlaS smtmemnl fast rvTVT?mtmw7pV ft gTpSeMp ZL. e en"P"aaannmenk snwsmnmv iVSfl mn aammjB)nmnmafwenne m at a w KOK KKtT KaMtSUi. Xsfargtm4sUe5 sMsmtf (! 4i0s. JenfMsT ttnUsJ sjsf ttts. mU too me SMtrism.' w tmUJmSrm. HASDnOMB naUUntiSB SOosig. fit anite or lncle, at tbe aVn.llinnhaji, Wfi eth ii, ovcrtooklna HcPheraon intnare. Choke table JnkaW(or (enUemeni MoTwXat n w. eammsKaasBesssKmBaKtmssmmsssmtK b l-v-Wilii.. Ah KaHie. 4arfieii 1 u .Ur tat Seaai. fom Uu or em. emt An tou-taaa.- S0 caal Ar tares. I? smmt taenet, t tfflejf. aneolnssav nse gMemmiahin. a'eArem orjttmawiA, at s e, Vw hkbsom BAJhaSL RAJUY. m eesmsmjamm' premim -mmmemeprw HEJRRON & RAMIY, ftsUlSnXAff. Loans. KeUa. auJ !uurJSC, NO 117 slRStr N V ,u jj. -- .-.tu U t. rmrtrj,r. l)ltOPOAUt FOR SUrrLIRe TrRf 1 ment of .rntlce, Wabtn5on, D c, .inn K, lt -Seated prowrais foTrmrh Ire the Depsrtment of rnettce with the nee sry snnpnes of the following arttr c, ranmie, feel, I. e. fatlonery, frarilnt towels. Tnlcenaeem. f--r lt ne dnrtng the fleJ year ending Jnae an, lWl.wlll bo received nntll i ocFork m urosnAY. rr t.f r. iw, at theofrtce ot the rbtef Clerk awt ftiewln trndent ot the bnlldlre The right to waive rlerects and to reject any or an Mdslire ttved Blank forms ami lntVrnton will e farnMied on application w. H. H. yiyigR;ligeyjjngtl iB!!? I'OK SAt.N A.SU RK.tr. IV EAI. BOTATB BTLLBTTrT THOMAS X. WAOO AMAH, 917 F Street. Chanaes made werTnesdays and SatuHlars, t-SJTOKY BWCR AUO FBAMR MJMI FOR ISI1 st n , f h, w SSsatoMStrstn w, t h.rs HistMhstn w,bh.fs...... jofttotii Baarn alley nw.bh. trs .... imt and.tMt Aadiiwn st a w. f h, 1 re, and tbh rear m tossssMnnw. bh. er 4S37tstnw.rh.Sra. and 1 honses rear tie to sn ih st aiwi Ky ave, bet 8 0 aye ano n si rtse..... b n. Trs.. v. bh.Trs. so l st n w, o ara X t n w. arts fttti f e. h b. a ra SjffJI SIS llthM e,hh.S rs tB 47 Lst nw.bh. ml, Srs. s.1 INlMhstnw. r h, trs 1S1M atiit 1Mntjiweetiet.n w. f h. Sea. lis r t n e, t a. s rs 15 urn itiv.hh.Sn LSrej 80S lh t e, f h, Srs 1,SB tstsan IMTRst se, f h. Srseneh !,C8 T Rope ave s e. b h, Irs WD UNlMrROVBD rROPBRTY FOR gAtE. Per foot. Part lot K rt. bet 16th and 17th stsa w . L t, bet lKth and 16th sts n w 3 0s ust, bet isthand isthstsn w t 75 lh st, bet M and N sts n w 1 TS Wlht, bet Land M sts n w 1 SB 181 st, bet Canal and Usts n w 1 09 Mass ave. bet Del ave ami 1st stn e 160 O st, bet 1st and 3d at n w St rjst, beted ami Sd n e ss 8 w cor 3d and I, stan e SO HOUSE FOR RENT. Per month. 8S Tth t n e. S r MS SB lies and not Ostne rs 69 304 13th M s w, 8 rn 13 09 IS Myrtle at ne.Trs IT 99 lets) it st a w. 3 rs MSB Alley bet A and II, Sd ami Hh its s e, 4 n 109 It Corcoran Rownw, Irs It 90 SOI Florida ave n w. 4 rs 0 09 Ml Essex fonrt n w. I rs 3 OS Hear 118 M t n w. 5 r 8 39 8TOHRK. OFFICB8, BTC. Uall. Sd floor. 4isisthtnw ISO on PIS F H n w, SM floor, a Iront rooms.. 3)09 fl1S Tth tt n w, rooms Wort Str and ilirr lion ntn, Sn SB 09 Mr and dw Sis (1st s w. srs SO ft Strand dwr 1331 Md aven e.8 rs If 30 Strand dnr 331 K tn e, T rs SO 30 More K6 Mass aven W 09 019 Tth ft n w, rooms I ami S 18 09 ftranddwelSlhand boundary n w,8 rs It CO Mororoom 4JI I. t o 8 09 Shop rear UNO O ot n w S 09 IXlANSi. In inm to nlt at S per cent. The aboTe le only a portion of the property on my books. For lull list rail at omce for bnlletln. Ietied on tho 1st ami lMh. UNrRKCRDKNTEO ATTRVCTION! OVKR A MILLION DIsTHIBUTBD. L.B.. O. L-. LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY CO. Incorporated by tlie rarlatnre for editca tlonal and charitable ourpo9,and Its I ran -rhlse nmde a part of the present Stale Con IHntlon.ln 1870. by an nrauweuatiNu rorn- LAnVOTN. IU ORASD EXTRAORDINARY DRAW ING8 take place !eral Annuallr (June and Deeemberl, and It (IRANI) MINOLR NUM RBR HRAW1NOH tako place In each of the other ten month In the year, and are all drawn In public, at the Academy of Muale, New Orlcane, La. "We do hereby certify that we anpervlse the arrangements for all the Monthly and end Annual Drawinnof the Louisiana Stale Lottery Co . and In peraon manaee and oon trol the drawlnir tnemMlvns, and that the same are conducted with honesty, lalrueu and in mod faith toward all oartl.'S. and wo authorise tbe company to u-e this oertlBciie with fao similes of our ahmature atucaed. In Its advertlaemenla." Commissioners. We the andersleneil bank and banker will pay all ptlxe drawn In the Louisiana Mate Lotteries which may be prevented at oer counter: R. M. WALMSLXY, Pree't La. Nat. Rank. P. LANAl'X, Prea't State Nat. Rank. A. BALDWIN, Prea't N- O. Nat. Rank. CARL KOIIN. Prea't Union Nat. Beak. GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING will take phuw AT THB ACADBMYOP MUilC, NBW OHLKANH. TUBMDAY.JULY 13, let. CAPITAL PRIZE - $300,000 ioe,fsJO Ticket at t. Halves, ; Qearler, jB; Tenth, ti: Twentieth, f 1. LIST OP FRIZM. i prizb opsssevra 1 tmajm Il'RIzioP Ks).(sii IftMM t prize of saMi saae 1 PRIZB OP JUMu m JPRlZEeiiP HJiMare jm SPBlfgSOF Jeeare $ a PRIZBhOF l.iar A&) WO PRIZES OF iWarsi tajm As) PRlZEkOP SWare ttWi 909 PRIZBeOF AHare kftMMe ArmojiixAVWM nuae. 100Prixeof $&mare V teupriaeaor SWare J XMPriaeeof Sum .......... je,(s TxajtuiL raua. M Prise of $IM are W,sm weprixeaof loUae StJiU 3,134 Priree amounting to . ...St.mi.Mwt AOBRTS WAXTRB BVERY WHERE. p-Fan clvb nam or any further UJoraa tUm deeirsal write leertWr to the underahjesai, clearly statins yeer tesldeeiie with -riiite-loaaty, auwetaad Nnmbs-r. More rapid re tarn aiarl deBvery -aUI heaasitred by ymsr luloaUut an envidone hearlna yoor fall ad dress. HtPOHTAXr. All osdlttMy Letters iMmumJee Poatal Votea, Money Oreter uil by alt Rnprea Onrntmnaa of Sew York gncnaami Addreaaed M. A. DAUPHIK. Hew Or lee a. La. Asmvea Betfiatered Letter C4mtemim Car reeey to MSW OStUASk RATlUhAL kUNK, Kew Otieans. La. MBMBhtnEK that ibeparment of Priwa is ItUBAVrSSB BY POCR XATtOSAJ, BAXBgof Mew OrUaaa. and the tka are timed by tbe Pseeidest ot a toatlsatioe whoae cbartetea rights are teuottsdaed la the hleheat averts Therefore, beware uf el I imi latiuB or anonymous obsa " UMKhlBKU that Uw M'PBgtig CsJURT Of tat CSITBD STATS-t ha deCided that tbe I ouiaiae Mate Lottery Oo, ha a COS 1 KACT with the Mate of Ljuisiaua which HOB J.OT EXPIRE USTIL JAXVASY t. XSlsJk OiAXL- 1 lift 1' at resit. Maeiiiar f Wnslaliicte" Metett gietiiun;e. ah laaul atateis aaut saenrllliw Immrtit uMt mW, ktonKY tit Uastlu m: OASV lO US OSI REAL aT4TE OS rat lUa ui-itrttlu at loateatratea ol mtercst Ku delay where sei-urUy U if-l. al 7th aat. uu TO LOAS OS GJQO ggCUaUTY ut.iatstw. w OaUCW. m atji. a, nte. SO LOUi OS aVBAX gnTATg gmX'WTY. AT a AgU i PBS CgJiT- S K lAJUtgrf, wt MOYTOUAJ In Bam to auit am AnocoBad Haul nwtale Hesi niritT SC a)JJJ..RsULSTArgAVD LUAJU . Jargaisa Tin all part of the city Lin ana Fire t-u.uu.e Curusr atb and Fats If Lc Dr-j.l gu.'!'! u- tw FOB SALE! HOUSES. owswy awn tmeepaeiH. ivnm Mpa- all tSRaSnvtl tMprtSSTeateejrkar bflck; sitaate BtlsMHHl hMMb HaWWeslH J MPS If trah 4W Price, jtt,flrjn. tVatorj tnwne htnise, wttb larp let; sftnate on Slxtb street, tsajtween b ants 0 se m Frtee, t,000. S-story brtck: bea-mj, ctmtaftsttss' e rooms and bath; sire ol rot, 18i7&; stttsete on 0 street sw. B8 rrien, l,"rj0. 8-aterv and hack htttMlna; brick dwelltnir, eonteinfng 10 romne: all modem hnprove rnente; sftnat on corner ot Ninth ami 0 street sw. 48. rrtee, J8,000. etry brleK honee, 6 roems ami bath! situate on 1. street, between North Uapttol ami First streets nw. 468 rrlee, ftLSSO. Vtor briek howee, eontainlns; 1 room; all modern Ininrevemente; situate No. 921 K street nw. 4M Price, $10,00. 8-story brick bonse, 10 roomst site of lot, StxlW; sitaate No. 1498 N st. nw. 1 Price, $10,000. I-story ami hsssmsnt brick hosts, 7 rooms ami bath; situate on New llanrpahlra avenue, bet, I, and M tie, nw. 48fJ rriee, W.S00. 9-story ft-room brleft bowse; sitaate on Cleveland ave,, bet, 1Kb ami 19th, W and BonmJary. 4r 1'rice, $1,900. 3-story 6-room brick bonse, on Wallsch Vme. 461 Price, rl,X. stnr v fl-room brkk bonee; sttnate on Wallach Place. 44t 1'rke, fS.lOO. J-lory brick honso, ermtatntns; 11 rooms ami bath; ami all modern Inproveeaents; ritnate No. 1380 O si. n. w 4S0 rrtee, J5,000. Improved property on the north side ol 0 t., wide front. 441 Price, W,000. A larsre stable property In a desirable ' cation; now under lease to ool tenant, paytntr 9 per cent. 817 Price, 188,000. 404 Frame dwelling. Grant ave., Metlut Pleasant. Price, $7,000. 4V0 Four alley houses, eottUlnlns; 4 room; each rent lor $15 per month. Price, $o,500. 48V 8-room frame bense, lot )i75, on It st. re. Price, 8,00. 4B7 B-atorv ami cellar brick boeee, 0 room ami bath; situate on Ooiumbla llelgbte. Price, $10,000. Houses nt Pulls Uhnrcli. Va. A new cottage, tltttate only 5 minute' walk from Fall Church station. W. A O. K. K., Va., containing 8 rooms, bath, pan try, and trunk room; else ol lot, llOrlJO feet. Price, ja,10tf. Terms easy. AUO A new cottage, situate only 5 minutes' walk from Fall Church station, V. X (). K. K., Va., eotttatnlng, parlor, dining-room, kitchen, 4 bed-rooms, bath, servant' room and attic Price, p5,5W. Terms easy. Vuciiul (Iroimil .Vorthcust unil .South, rust. 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JMOtt. sVatary and back building dwelling, con taining n rooms and bath, lot7tU0, -t-nate Xo. 014 Prince at. 4oS Price, KVXt. contalnfng 13 rooms; annate on southeast ear. Piinee and Patrick sts. 4M Pries, ftWWO 4-stery brick dwelUag bmtta, boirt in tbe meet saUtanttal manner, tnmamlng AI reems; aire m bat 4SU1U. 3i Price, R5W. 8-aterv and hack buildine brick boue, centeinmK 8 rooms, tttuele an Csmtmbue at., near Frinee. 4 Price, in,4tw. tS 8 story brick dweUmg amtte, con taining 1 reams and all ntodern tmprove wenta; large aide yard; sttnate est cor. Wssbftigten and Cammua ate., ennosite 014. Christ Cmweb, lleTaaitris. Ya. Tt is tbe beet aittiatloa m Alexandria. Prke, Ojm. Term One third cash, balance mm am) two years. -AXB- WHOLE SQUARES Laf ROSSLYN. 'aP 'fletw'ew' fljMsWswswflBnwflWwW Baf " FRANCIS HUFTY gill Ssfitii ?mkAf. sagd t haeeet, H r.