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THE DAILY CRITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, JLT,Y 12, 1890.
I h if, in 1 II I AT THE CAPITOL SILVER CMFBRENCB REPORT DE BATED IN THE HOUSE, THE BILL WILL IE TOED OK I0-MT. There Is Hardly Any Doubt That the Measure Will Pass, RRD THE PRESIDENT WILL NOT YETO IT. It Dees Not Meet His Approval, but H i Lacks Baakkme The (kueus Gom- m'.Uee Falls to Agree, In tho Ilonse to-day Mr. Conger of Iowa called up tho conference report on the Silver bill. lib said that the bill presented In the report was In the nature of a compromise. It was not Just suota a bill as ho thought Congress ought to pass. It was not just such a bill, per haps, as any member of tho House would like to pass If ho were prepar ing n measures to state his con victions. But It was a bill that would answer tbo demand of tho coun try the demands of the sliver miner, the agriculturists, the laborers, and the business men of tho country. Tho whole tenor of the measure DEMONETIZED SILVER, It would rIvo an additional circula tion of $ 57,780,000 a year at tho present price of silver. If silver went up to a parity with gold It would gbse an Increase of $70,000,000. Tholastsecllon of tho bill unlocked 170,000,000, now tied up for the redemption tf bank notes, making the total in crease of circulation In the next twclvo months $140,000,000. Ho wanted tho Democratic patty to tell the country whether It was un willing to refuse to support a bill that would give tho pcoplo this largo moas ure of relief. This was A REPUBLICAN MEASUllK, and every financial measuro of Im portance that had been successful in this country (with ono solitary excep tion) had been a Hcpubllcan measure. Tho pending measuro had been ngrcttl upon by Hcpubllcans only; it hod been passed In tho benato by Hcpubllcan votes only; It mlclit pass hero by Hcpubllcan votes only. It would then no to where It would be signed by a Hcpubllcan President, and 'hence It would go to a country which would give such a Hopubllcan Indorse ment that many gentlemen on tho other side would not bo hero to vote in tho next Congress. The work of tho IIouso had been moving the country rapidly towards tho establishment of a parity between silver and gold. When Congress met silver was 03 cents an ounce; yesterday It sold for 107J cents. Slnco It hail been an nounced that tho conference bad agreed upon a bill silver had gone up more than 3 cents on ounce. Sir. Cutcheon of Michigan rogarded the Conference bill as a vast Improve ment over tho monstrosity tent hero by tho Senate, which pro posed to mako the United States mints the dumping-ground for all the silver of the world for Tlin I1EXEKIT OK 81'SCULATOHS. It would give tbo country an additional currency of metal and paper for the uses of business. Mr. Hermann of Oregon said that bo favored tho bill, oltbouch It did not contain the fullost recognition of the equality of gold and sliver as money metals, was a concession on both nidus of tho question. It was a victory for the popular demand. It was a long step towards free coinage. He had no doubt that after the fall elections there would be a stronger representation here on the line of the free coinage of sliver, Mr. Bland of Missouri concurred with the gentleman In hoping that the next House would bo A FBKE COINAOK HOUSE. Hut the House would be composed of those who advocated freo coinage and who stood by their colors. It would not be composed of the Republican party, which, by goi nile, had voted down ami stilled free coinage. If free coinage came at all it would come from that party which had stood firm to the flag of free coinage and which had not surrendered its princi ples at the back of Wall street, lie denied that the bill was the result of a free and fair inference. It was the result if secret meetings of the tUpubliean conference. He was a c -nferrae; had known nothing at the Dieusure until it bad been framed and the report was ready to be signed. The DkMfXRATIU MBUHBH8 HAD BIBN IOSOHBD in the rtroparatiea of the bill. 'I be bill was ose whleh fwae tically demonetised silver. It was a sugar coated quinine pill. Oa the first reading it seesas that the Secretary was to purchase -l.MW.iOG eoBoee every month, but when man roiled the pill around in his mouth, be booon to lash the bitterness of, "or so muek thereof as may be offered. A OTK WILL SK TAKBK TO-BAY. The discussion will continue for four houis, and at tb end of that Mote a vote will be takes. Tbore is hardly any doubt that It will jwsi. as overy liepubhcao will vole lot U aod prob ably a few Nortfeem Democrats. AS AHOkUrT JUXKBOtfS. The bill as it now attends does not by any mesne uaoet live approval of too I'ii nident, but ho will awoUow too dose and sign it Hoi Jamie Ibirriooo tuwo't l lie backbone to veto a aisnsiue: wklek baa the approval of Use oorty homm la ibe two llousos. Is the Senate The Senate, alter routitve biitintsM today, reuumod ooaofcaifotio of tab? two shipptett bilk. CauiH Ccwualttee la Suilui. Acting uuter inairucstooo ittosi tho Senate TtopiiUtotg Csutettf , lite Qatteo luouoiUgo of aosost wot litis nvwnhsg In too TiMTtn of tab Cosjififtltlio on HhAms ntt dtirrusftrd low fivoiMNilioJS to dkksyfiv ib luies o too beaote o to wmkfk IMJifiidti to limit qmO,j oa uaoaxtoir "mrm w" BaSff stsieoaejnjew rm jpnBSPOPiPVp loeoauros. Tho httm of too proposed cauume wan d lumped lor about two tour without mud xeouU. Tho eoWtts which was to hove how -obeld to-oteht wUs not be hold uniil Vtw&ty. milk uMnistiUoe will prohobiy eoaw to a nuUrnaoding to the swntptioie Moooo Vmr 4ms Hatomi Wh Congiwuiao hWM km to Mtotiwl foofro Kftttr ho w so tvivtid. to tosto a ftntl oo Iho esose- t tauc wde of tho Boote. u thow wi side. AsMxtant noortteeper Hoiilt yes terday secured him a good icirt Mimg th members of bis own pfirty, where ne will pwbaMy to more at home. RITES WILL yoTBB CIIA1TOEO. SKSATOK TW.MIII A OtMSHS "(TTtt. TOTK WITH TII DUMOCRATS. Aftlftmgh a mttforlty of lk llofmW Hcbti SnakTS in catreiis Thnrsday night determined In favor of a clnng of nilw for the rwrpose of limiting dobole it is not at all aswI that the aetldn will be talota. Stor Toller notlfleil the oaticns that he would not stand hy Its action and that If tb propesltlon to change the rules was bnJught Into the Senate he would vote against It. Senator Etlmamls has said sinoe that ho would not vote for the proposed ehonge. In addition to these li Is reported that Senators Plumb, Stewart, Jones of Nevads, Allen, and pcwlbly Squire will vote wlih the Democrats against the pro ptscd change. The Democratic Sena tors express confluence in the belief that the change will not be agreed upon. TAPPED THE WIRES, Hnt the Hook-Mnliem Were Onto tho Scheme Nothing Lnat. New YonK, July 12. Tbo tapping of the wires which conies news of the results of races from the tracks to tho Puritan Club rooms, In Long Island City, was discovered yesterday just In time to save tho book makers from pay ing out $10,000 they supposed had been lost on tbo horse Void: At the end of tho fourth race a dis patch came In naming Void as the win ner, King Crab second, Fordham third. Tbo book-makers believed something was wrong because tho usual cipher sicnal did not follow the announcement of the result ns quickly as it should havo done. They refused to pay the tickets on those horses, and discovered later that the wires had been tapped. A tall young man was groatly sur prised and Inclined to be Indignant when the book-makers refused to re deem his tickets calling for -$2,800. "When told that It had been discovered tho wfrcs wcro topped he acknowledged that he was connected with n plot to get tho better of tho book-makers. Void had sold In tho books at 40 to 1 and had bo really won tho race tho book makers would havo been com pelled to pay out $10,000. Thev bad n narrow escape from paying out a largo part of that sum anyway. Just whore the wlros wore tapped has not been learned. BOLD B00DLER5. Dully Suci Tor Ills Shnro or the Cor ruption Tumi, New Yonir, July 12. The boldness of tho New York boodlors may be judged by tho action of cx-Aldermin Duffy, who has entered suit In tho Court of Common Pleas hero to recover from John ICeenon $40,000, that suirt being duo to Duffy, who was to receive $)0,. 000 for his vote. Ho got $10,000, and now seeks to recover the balance due him. In his preliminary nflldavlts Mr. Duffy swears that the total amount of this corruption fund was $050,000. Di vided by thirteen, the original number of Aldermen in the "combine." would give each of them $50,000. Mr. Duffy swears that bo received only $10,000 of mis amount, and that therefore $10,000 nro still due him. In making this remarkable admission under oath, Mr. Michael Duffy is not ofrald of tho terrors of tho law. Ho was one of tho first aldermen to olTor his eorvlcca to District Attorney Martlno as an approver. Mr. Martlnc, aftor duo consideration, accepted his services In that capacity. As a matter of course, Immunity from the consequences of his crime was 'promised to him by Mr. Martlnu. Tho power of the District Attorney to grant such privileges in return for the evidenco of an informer Is as old as the English common law. It has never been questioned. Mr. Duffy is as free from any chance of Involuntarily seeing the interior of the State prison on ac count of bis share In the financial trans action between the Honorable the Board of Aldermen of lS&i and the seekers of the Broadway Railroad franchise, as if be bad been tried by a jury of his teers and found "not guilty' HANGED A BOY. He Murdered HI Ktunmutlier UUll b utre red the Tenuity. Columbia, S, O., July 13, Arm stead Jones, colored, was hanged at Orangeburg yesterday, He was one of the youngest persons ever banged In this State, his age being between 10 and 17 years. His crime was the murder of bis stepmother. He and a younger brother quarreled with the stepmother one day last February, and the boys agreed to kill her, Armstead shot her in a most brutal manner. Hoth broth ers were sentenced to death, but the sentence of the younger was commuted to Imprisonment for ten years. Armstead made a brief addfoSA, In which he expressed sorrow for bU ciime, and reiterated his previous decla ration, that he was bewitebed whea he committed the nurder. He displayed great coolness oa the scaffold, aad died wit boot a struggle. Aiieit of a Ulihouett Servant. Alice Beckett, a colored sormst, who w aa foiBterly employed at the bouse of Charles P. Anderson, No. 660 Etoveoth street, was arretted by Deteotivo Mat tingly loot sight and locked up at tho First Precinct, charged with thelar eeny of a (old watch and ooothiwrahie jewelry froem Mr. Anderson. A partioo of the property has boon reeowesod. AUeo woe to hove heoo I the PoMce Court this morning, hut it wo fouad that she was is Boeo&diUoo to stood tfiflX SklMI WAS SAttt iO tlosft JtittoUoUlt Hotjttal htatead of tho jail. 3h jave birth to a efelld oo the woy to thohos nttal. KuUet4th Outea the !, CiUCAoo, July Hi. Host. MoojaoUo HutlACWOMil nVi wail ljuf itit.t ttitidAei tMfSls$f Q? tleMt WsoSfsssf Fiif a Sear-Maue Mm vQtk oe te tfc taH ' wt lo fe ft ugulsu smtim$w I tti& 3 ' I koowed ho 'd ge to he ijr. AMoh 'toHood to his otnt ssots; oovoi dshshjed oof soVesesl oothlo'. I Mh to tM wch kooWcs so Ihsooy et sjossME I sW; vshoj! Ssojmsst dwio' o? MfioiUw Hfoshio' a tlf.tii osos so Ksot Kosv Yok fljitm BMOeed tor MsWMef MM pWh LW BMM.SI &U uaiii, carat wtod CLule. ttoii m k tkftl riinioilj lot dsfaefdpWMo 91c. ti Tiflttfts Uuu&i soatcoos THE DEAN TRIAL CHARGED WITH ASSARTI&G A NEOROWHO RESISTED. mmm rmmvi m m. '" ' 1 'm- lirother 0JBers Tell Their Story ef the Affair. IT SHOWS THAT THE MAN DlD HIS DUTY The Nffrt Had the Marks on Hint Nsxt Day 'DIa Bad Repnktien Shows, The Oaee CHtl&. There was as much Interest in the trial of the Dean-Hutohinson cose yes terday afternoon as there was on the previous day. ' Both sides had friends there, and the court-room was again crowded. The defense opened up by calling Samuol Hutchinson to the stand. He denied emphatically that ho was drunk on May 24, tho day on which the as sault Is alleged to have been committed liy Officer Dean. He said that he did not resist arrest on that occasion, al though he admitted that he had pre viously resisted officers who had at-' tempted to arrest him. Olllcor Carson, who was with Dean on N street the dav that tlin nrnwt trn mado.sald: "Hutchinson and four others crime staacerinir alone thn sldnwnlk with their arms .locked toeethor; they wcro cursing and swearing and making considerable disturbance. We placed them under arrest and slatted for tho Fifth street station. Dean took Hutchinson and Slmms nnd he (Carson) attempted to tako the other three, Ono of them named Fowlor made n break for liberty and I gave cbaso. Tho next time I saw Hutchinson he was being token lo tho station house bv Officers Howell and Poach. I did not sec Officer Dean strike Hutchinson a single blow." ItlTCIIINSOX JIBSISTBD AMtB8T. Henry Heady, a plasterer, was on his way home from work when ho saw Officer Dean pursuing Hutchinson on HIdgo street. When tho colored man found that the officer was getting pretty close to him ho turned and doubled his fist, as If to strike. Tho two men grap- Clcd and Dean succeeded In throwing Im, aftor which ho pulled him up nnd started up Fourth Btreet. At the corner of Fourth and HIdgo strcots Hutchinson mado an effort to trip Dean, and they both fell together ngaln. Ity this time quite a crowd had gathered, and tried to stimulate Hutchinson to a more vlenrous resistance. At this period Officer Dean drew his revolver nnd ordered tho crowd lo stand back. He bad no club, and the witness was posi tive that he did not strike the prisoner. Officers Daly, Trainwoll, Ferguson, Barnes, Denny anil Serireant Dunnlgan wcro called to testify to Hutchinson's reputation, and said he was In the habit of consorting with the woist crowd of thieves, burglars and murderers In the precinct. Many of his associates are now serving terms in the penitentiary. Ono was concerned In the Crlppen tragedy. They also swore that be was a man who habitually resisted officers. umcer Taylor stated that ha saw Hutchinson scullllng with Dean near Fourth and N streets, and he went to his assistance. They started in tho di rection of tho'statlon, but met Officers Howoll and Peach and turned the pris oner over to tbolr custody. He did not seo Dean strike Hutchinson at any time. Officer Howell testified to going from tho station-house to seo what was the trouble, and he met Dean and Taylor with the prisoner. Hutchinson also re sisted him and be struck him twice In the back of the neck with his fist, knocking him down both times. TIIK OFFICHR'b 8TOHY. At this stage in the trial Mr. Dean was called to the stand. He said: "Hutchinson broke away from me and started to run through Rldge-street al ley. 1 fired one shot In the ground to frighten the neero and then put the re volver back In my pocket. Caught Hutchinson on Hidge street, near Fourth, and bad to throw him In order to keep him from striking me. I had no billy to use, as I had lost It In the chase. I deny having struck the pris oner at any time, and did not have my revolver out of my pocket from the time that I discharged it in the Kldge-street alley until I pulled it at Fourth and Hidge street to keep the crowd back." Judge Miller here asked how it could have been possible for Hutchinson to have been so terribly beaten and still not have any evidences of it when he appeared la court the next morning, ex cept that one of his eve was infiamed. Bailiff Kindlg, wboexanained Hutch inson's bead and eye at Judge Miller's request n that morning, swore that there was no abrasion of any kind. There was other evidence to the same effect. ilutckdosoo ajailH reiterated that he had been hit and eot over the rtjcht eye. and lawyer I ticks, who tookea at hU head that morning, swore that it wm badty cut. 1HS TttUL HKeUMltU. Tho trial of Deoa was rosonted this aftoroooM at 9 o'eloek. A amy Tow a, from JSc. FimfOooMoerciftl Travelor 1 like to stiihe Mttwoukeo. It's a a" vojy town, with iu UmsOhw aod auttk gudeos. tidotk gejiMM foiog 00 all tho tiow, SfOSStiy ItfOOOME"" eeoo4 Cnorclal Traveler I never sow aov of thai- I've always found Mliwotthoe a sober bujdoow city. Pfawi Cosiimewitl Traveler I guess you oovor stayed there over Sunday Jr Athlete' KseC nm tit XartUt tmmtU. White est tsofMoe Borlofasor wos hohHtw aftoslfcer wish his iMth fasteooil iooo a holt as shut AsthMato his oeoiors cove away at tho roots and his fftpvi feo foli a iHsUum uf tweoty tvo foot to tho ioor aod was badly lojuted. ssMOfeftor Crowtftls win ooi oorosli lOjfh. e&hisaiEtoos uoteos the roots os the tsaatasot's tooth protrude throaeh tho hot of his ooch sod ace tooively "Hirhi tojs- !vMtiutt6 oak wooee bras wi4 Hotftaf thw mornn aod wiode iwfy. Kt long kp to ajBoro. iomU, Xsfty AssoNbbsoIIbV 'fiflAsoefc ssssot AUUIluMf tM t hot oaMotS U3tj MtUU icosio, dairiotflotof aod gtoarto, in i-ootojeaBiin Boi.w. thbouojUy fooof ssfrtfirfios toely violas to tb o.oOiirSoi coneUv. WCO(Ut id Or Hono't 6mMm JMksml IlteoefJ, U teko eHy Boo he boot to yeotu uaeitu uui LtOoh joor's s hlplHii 'UK TUle tcUi4J-aht IQOorfjf hM IMKIMel tUuUMtuU It is thO OOte ol Me LOMS, MJlll to dtojMhtfs, eeia IM...M, i'.i i akei It vurbuu- U or cute io U cm of otaat iur whkU tt is ii iipwpihIwI or saaoey ywii lui U dl be tMOPtl tlus k,a REFORM SCHWb FR SIRLS, The Commtfa!onrs are llpftttny in l"aror or lw fiSMiTdMhrtent. The Commlsshwrtfl Ittfl terfUA to ."emtor Ingslh rSipwst as ft the pro priety of the prOflWWfl Kg!"1 Pf" ve for the rmreHoso of ft site asrd etwiion of a miltdttif ftw the Olrls le form Prhoc-I of IlieDrnffetof OolnmW. The Commlssionert exptess their btai ly approval of swell legislation and state that, 1b their charge of the work houses at the Washington Asylum, they are constantly rtmlmlftl of the necessity for an inttllntlon where young girls can be permanently pro vHctf Tor in a reformatory, where constent attention until majority can be afforded. Instead of the rwlwms treatment of stictwslve "ninety days" In the workhouse, with the vilest asso ciations during the dsvs of their deten tion. They are heartily in favor of a Girls' Reform School, ami earnestly rewnn mend that such legislation be enacted by Congress. Two Sadden Denthft, Two very swdden deaths have been reported to-day at Police Headquarters, One was that of a colored man by the name of Barney Johnson at (TOO Navy Place. He was found dead In bed. About noon a telegram was received by the Department from White Sulphur Springs, Va., staling that a man named J. B. Puttnam from Washington had died very suddenly at the holol there. Puttnom's family, living at No. 1311 Q street, have been notified. Both deaths are supposed to have resulted from natural causes. A tvtre Chorees lit Treatment, Mary Brnwconia Myers has filed a bill prsylne for a divorce from Kills Gregg Myers. Mrs. Myers accuses her husband with having on several occa sions assaulted her, and with abandon ment nnd desertion. She Is Informed, stic says, and believes that he has regu lar and permanent employment In the Government Printing Office at n salary of $.1.20 per day. She asks that she may havo the sole rorc and custody of their infant child. Theft 1'rnin n llonrdlnR Home. Julia Johnson, a colored woman, was arrested by Detective Mahon to day and accused of stealing fil from Joseph Morrison, who lives in tho boarding house nt which Julia works, 100 B street northwest. Julia declared herself Innocent when arrested, but $10 of tho money was found In her pnweSSlon.and she will bo tried In the Police Court. Senator Ingalls boards in the same house, but has not yet reported the loss of any valuables. SUMMER HINTS. Do not tax the sjstcm with any exeeeses. Avoid draughts (whether ot air or lee water) wtien jversptrlng freely. Itemember thai the heat Is debilitating In e fleet, ami that the life forces must be sus tained. Draw moderately on the water cooler. Drink slowly, Iu small qitastlUes and not frequently. Ileniember that when perspiring you are liable to catch a chill tiy tutfilen ebance of temperature. A Summer cold I more an nuMiig than a Winter one. Whu )ou feel the weakening: effeet of the beat tuke a drink uf pure wbUkeyln water. It I wonderful what a healthful ami uttalulng effect It will have. Itememher that ouly jmrt wliletcey should under any circumstance be used. The nlillkrj which ha the iilKbeetsUiklmgarttl beet recbimneudatlou la UulTv's I'ure Malt. Clerk far the L'lvll-Hnrvlcn CiMiiiiiN. tun. Under the appropriation bill signed yesterday by the President, tho Civil- Service Commission will be entitled to five additional clerks, divided as fol lows: One each of class four and two. one of class one, and one of the 1,000 class. Tho appointments will be mado at once. Catarrh Uurml. A clergyman, after year of u (Ten e from that loathsome dieeaie, Catarrh, and vainly trying every known remedy, at Ut fiRiiMl a preserltloa wbleb ooilily cured and saved liltn from death. Any suf ferer from tbU dreadful dUeaee seeding a telf-addressed stamped envelope to t'ro feeeerJ, A. Lawrence, g Warrea street, w York, will receive the recipe freeot charge; Will Get Lectured Illuueir. Notwithstanding all of Stanley's promises to reform and get married, it U said be Is coming over here to lecture. It is time enough to be lectured after waul. ', , ""-" - ,j . - , ,. Save Your Hair BY a timely us of Ayor'a Hair Vigor, TbU preparation has no equal as a dressing. It keep the scalp clean, cool, and bealtby. and preserves the color, fullness, and beauty of the boir. "I woo rapidly becoming bald and gray; hot after tteiog two or three bottiea of Ayer'd Ilair Vigor ay hoir grew thick and glossy and the orioiual eeter was restored." iUlviu AUfrich, Canaan Ceotre, X. If. " Soaw time aao I loot all iuv hair io eoosoHoeuee of meaelea. Alter doe wwwwg, oo now growth appeared. I shoo wd Ayer's Hair Vigor utd my hair grew Thiok and Strong. It bu -iiMMrnntlr mm a to atasr. The aooa renter e y HvUleiUlv a i vkjor if evidently a great aid to matoro." J. B. .. .-..... - L tM . wirnann, norosvtne, roxae. "I hove oaed Ayer's Hair Vigor for tho oaot foor or live years aod had it a mat sotiafoctory dreeeing for the hair. It is all I could doeue, being honohws. mst'iig tho heir to retain lie natural eohor. aod riftniiiriQjr. hot a atooil oooosisy to setioor tho h-ftMr easy so orsossos-1-"- Haterhiil, Mm. ' w I hove been uiua Ayer's Hair Viooc fcr severe! ) ears, aod believe that it Eos eoueed my hair to n-um its natural color." Mrs. II J Kiog, Heeler io Dry Good, Jtc, Buhopvdb, Md. Ayer's Hair Vigor, mmim r Dr. J. C. Ayor & Co., LowoH, Mass. SeU by Uruggtiei n.4 I'cifvLOUii. le.g.b COMPANY'S EXTRACT OF BEEF Makes the iwfct, Lbptt aoJ ul i Tot, ' J ttoot wsaMMte jtakfcrsee g&xffarfitiaBte tu (orI , b. Uti 1 Wiilo 4sA4o uu aalf4M. ypdMJttM4lspiM StJsf IftoMsslUsL a Ss&szm 1M4LL ek- X i M,' J Z& B1CTCI.ES and chinamen. A Cltlren nt the nowery Ktwrrtom Itw Paw with n Vfttel. Iest night aboi t 7 o'clock a bicycle agent on Petmsyh nla attmw we sp pfowtlwH by a Chi-sinaw, whn ssdd. "Me belly much like b'y a bfleyrte, but me want fo tly it nrst." "Ithftsihsre it. m Mt mwert.1' said half a dnren by-ftonrlers, who realised that here s a chance for some fun. John toe th machine out In the street, labored with It for sbtmt fifteen mintttes, ami sneweded in falling all over himself. A crowd of several hundred gathered and jeered at him, but dM not deter the Chlnsmsn a particle. Inshhjof half an hour John bad coiwtnereft the wheel and he rode up ami down the Avenue laughing at thosS who had previously laughed at blm. He immediately closed a bargain for a machine, ami it will not be a week before a doren or more Chinamen will be speeding over the concrete pavements of Washington on Wcjrles, hi e i LEMON ELIXIR. A Fleanant Lemon Drink. For MHonsnees ami ceMtfptHet), take J.emon Bllxlr. For ImllgectrOn ami ftml ssemaeh, take Lemm Elixir. Fer sick snd nerveos beedMbee, take Lf men Elixir. I.emon Blfrln Pot los ef appetite ami tlebtitty, take I.eroon KlUlr. For fevers, chills and malaria, take Lemon Elixir. Lemon Klltir will net fall you In any ot the above dlieases, all nf whleh arise frmn a torpid or dtseasetl liver, stomach, khlneys, bowels or blood. Frepsred only hy Dr. II. Moixet, At lanta, Oa. SOe. awl $1.00 per bottle. Sold by drug gists. A Prominent Minister Writes. After ten years ot great suffering from Indigestion, with jrreai nervoos prostration, bllteusnees, dlonlerel kidneys and eonstl- Imtlon, I have been cured by Dr. Motley's .pmon Elixir, and am now a well man. ltev. C. C. Davis, F.ld. Jt. F.. Church, South, No. 38 Tfltnnll St.. Atlanta, (la. rtl'RClAT. NOTIOr. gr-KOTHTM-HK ANNUAL MBKTINO -I? of the atoekrmld ers of the National union Insurance Co. of Washington for tlio election ot directors will he hehl nt the office of the company MONDAT.JULT it. ifjo, roll' open from l to a o'eloek p. m. Noni.K d:lAHNBH, Heerttarr. IrS.Tt gr ciiAnTEnEDiivcoNditnjs lata. FIIAKKLIX INSlMtAKCE CO. OF WASHINOTON, D. C. CAPITAL AND StJIirLUS, ISSS (00. Has ncTer contested a los by fire. but nlwnr mekea promt t and liberal adjustments. Dr. Daniel ll. Clarke, pree't: Oeoriro K. Imon, vice pres'tj Coarlee 8 Bradley, treas.tl. Fen wlak TeUDK, tcc'yi Will 1. Boteler, as't seo'r. lns.sm Knr-TBMronAtiY office of tub iZXs WASIlINOTt)N U)AN AND TUUST COMPANY. 1001 Fatreetn.w. CAPITAL 81,000,000. This companr Issue eerl IfleAte of depolt bearluK Interest as follows: Oh all amounts ilepo Itetl for ninety day or more, but lews than fix muntb. 3 prr emit, per annum; It per cent, on deposits for more than U month, but let than a year and 4 percent. on deposits of one year or lonaer. Hecnred Investment for sale. Money loaned. W. 1J. llOBlhON. Seo. n. H. WARNER. Pre. DIKECTOI18: Cherle P. Bailey, (leorge F. Sehafer, James L. Harbour, John A. Hamilton, Oeorire K. Dartol, TIiobm) Saeaervtlle, lllelwrd W. Clay. Jobn A. Swoiie. lloraro 8. Cummlnc, J. H. Swormsied t. J. J. Darltmrton, Ilattersley W. Talbott, John Joy Edton, Geore Truesdell, cbarle J. Faulkner, B, II. Warner, Albert F. Fox, A. A. Wllwo, O. C.areen, Uli.Wlae, W'lllkiro II. (Inrley, 8. W. Woodward, Jobn II. Lamer, Cbaa. lien). Wilkinson, A. 8. Wortblmttoa. J. WILLIAM L8E (SoeeeMor to Ileary Lee' ), DNDEnTAKEH. SKPA.AVE.N.W., t'outh Skte. Branch Office. t8 Morytaad avo. . w. BT-DIL WHITE, CIIIKOrOBIST, U1S renna. are., oppoalte WllUrd'j Hotel. ThoummU from far awl sear vMt Ir. White for relief from and aTohlaaee of corns, baa Ion, dlseaaed nail aad all other foot trouble. Hour. 8 a, ro. toS p. ta. Suu day.ato. Batablhhed 1SS1. Fee.Sl. t3?-F0H8B8U MURRAY. mKJ Agent In Washington for THE WHITTIKR ELEVATOR Of lkMtoa. THE BEST ELEVATOR IN THE WORLD. Over 40 have been put Into the beatbolhl Ibbs la V aablnstoB In the but two year by tta. Estimate promptly furnUbed. Alroageat for the Wortblngtoa hieam Purapta2 Maebta ery. Ato Oeoeral MaeblnbU and sagiiteer. A I-art-e tock of BbsIbs and BoSera, Pump and Elerators on basd. Warerooco from :oot to 1006 Seveath atreet tonthwett. KSr-LADIESI LADIESI LADIES! tasf ilr. UeCatferty t the only bat and boBBet-frauM BtaBBfaotarer In the olty. Call and tee ber new bape4. Bteaehtoit and Keeahur. Straw aad f eft bats altered to the teat style. Order promptly attended ta t009 O street n. w. JW"WIIY NOT HAVE YOUR SHIRTS --x' Huule by ose of the moat celebrated satter Is America r Price sanw as tboe tbtrdrate eattor ebarge. P. T. IIA LL, S0 F t n w Foil SALK-MISUELLANBIIU.. Un, emu fvr 04 UurHm; &(4ttfr thru. FB SALE-SrS-SPaWtiLSTAR, St INCH, tOml nuftO, I Bieket, at-oloMy iwc toot --tt-l40i. A.regorai-yaS8Ate, Dkectwy sf Laws an. Law Fkats. U1IBIU, CARKiJiOTOK. ATON8Y AT -LAW, Sek I bagjU QeBBbllCi- WMOtaotoavaa Weoater Law nttnw. Rostdoooii. lt K atroot aoethvrOit -iY Jt wits, WWUOH-, WnniiooniT. B. O Wttnamavweosv Bjatf BajtB we X-S BtawrVobb te-T.-QB.U WOBJ)V WiUUtUtK. ATVOoUJBY-AV-LAW. SSI aod S I 4t St-. CfetOO RaDlilHfl aoo t loiilans fe.,'Vayoaoo, O. C. Frsot so lo too oorts os tso jetrtnt aod ot Frfeace ttere' Cooosy. r. oa. W1IM4I ( V VHIIIIMi j.a-iuosiaY O. r. l eUHnf. PRlLLUPti, 4Clsn" b -kd-g-W-Y. fe-rdU I1Skdtost.t SWrY-AT-U-W, ieoT-U m f itto f rrosi - VuixJIT jtVv-X CtV Luf f tinsel -faultier of WliuKi fieBhttl. ITTnh""1 Alal aW-tS-aVl BHiUi T3!?3Srr OMOSPeweesfo e spjpae- seasfje-w " oSjSsSSaoaPspsjO seOoafosf'SOOO eseo v BWaseosvo tttt-OTttv c mtvxvm t " jnijr hX l fhS.0 L ts.- frJT " w- TjaWlaii-AOuif v Actua u :aa JS a e ejriosded. uo boo I the tnhbsv aooj OiaBO'ldOBlliwd." 4 OB-rt-ilty or loveoturt. rut iMjruoaIm. prtoe, etc . ! -ft-'BAFUi HOWS Vj l(u , rnorwiws. J)ROFT)SAtJ FOR MTWBLl.ANROns ftenw.-Ollleeof tbe 8npwnrK'ent of the State. War M ifavy Btintseirt ItaW mf. Washitiirron, 1). ; , .Tnly l. nw reared rjrwofjit, tn cTnoWeafe. will be receive at tM oflcw nyitH rt o'clork n cm A VTCrTOAY, .rniy rs, lew, rot rsmiriin tins omee annas; i the lbrol year endlTi; .'nnp , lain, with 1 soi, brushes, sponirp. patnt. oil. srlass, i towel. rrali.ermais, nail', irew , i Jti. SefeHnlW, form of iropomls arrd all i necesvoTt ftiformatjon can be obtained noon appncsiion ro titom, wti.ua msow. cn-ct EWHwevT; , ! . npr1ntewtent Jyt,ST.ia T3ROTtWAL8 FOR TVTtU-omc OF TBS X Stunrimenoent ef the state. War and Jravr DeMrtmnht BofMrmr, Trklnton. u. C Jnly f, M) seated impoml. In dnpll rate. Hierosed and a4dremsd to the nnder (weed, will be received at (Ms oftre until VI o'etnrtt m. en SAl URDAT, .TIT.Y it, 1SW, to tnnpjy ttrettote, War and Navy Department BmTdlm; nftb fnel dnrln. the flseal yesr end Inf Jrnie SO. WW, t follows- 1.590 tons extra hard white h frmisce coal n tons white b stove coal. All coal moot be of the bent enwiHy frre (nmdnit or hnpnritles and in sreeted by n wom Inspector at the cost of thf emtrc;oT and to be welrbd mion tho Government scute m the cimtt yard, iro cortls Mckoty wruid, w cord spruce pine Wood. All wtiorl tobeofthebeslinalllyand laspeeted by a awonj Inspector at the ust of the coBtrsttor; the hickory wood to be sawed In three piece and tneasnred after It Is sawed and delivered The coal and wood to be delivered at the State, War ami Navy Deportment fralldlni; and "tared In tbp ran It by the. party or pattle to whom the contract or contracts may be awarded at such Mme and In stwh nnanlrtre as tbe con venlenee of tho office may reqnrre. Iteserv lip tbe ttiibi to order a nneh more or a ranch leot either coal or wood as may bo rennfred at tho eootract prtee. Also the rlgut to reject any and all bid or to accept any ponronor any dm. Tno soeoeesrni dmoot or bidders will be reqnlred to furnish a boml In Ike snm of js.oeo as a frnarnntee of the falth fsl performance of tbo eonttact TIIOM. WILLIAMBON. Chief Enttaeer V. 8. N.,S perlntesdent. JyS,5,7,lS rilRBASOnY DBPARTMBNT. W JL ton, D. C , July 3. ISTO -Sealeil hi will be received at the office of th AS11INO- proposal the SmnAr- vlslnr Arcblleet. Treasury Deportment, oafBtorion, u. v., until xootoeic p, m on tholSTIIDAY OF JULY, IBM, for furnishing ami deflrerlntt drafting material for tho abore nameil office during the fiscal year end In Jnne 30, 1 881, In accordance with ibe tperl ncatlon and scbedn.e, whloh may Iwobtaincd en application at this office Erich bid mast bo accompanied by n certified check for S0 drawn to the order of tho Treasnrer of the United State a a guaranty for tbe aatlsfao tory fulfillment of the order and the delivery of the materials Tn Department will re ject all bkl received after the tlmo tlxed for opening the same, also all bid which do not comply strictly with nit the requirement of thl Invitation. Proposals must bo lncloed In envelope, seeled and Indorsed "Proposal for Furnishing nnd Delivering Drafting Male rial for Ofllce of Supervising Architect, Treasury Department, Washington. H. C." and addressed to JAMBS II. WINDRlJf, Hipervlslng Architect. JyS,eod,6t pROrOSALS FOR PAV1NO 8IDEWAT.KH X under the Permit f yslcm In the District of Columbia. Office of tbo Commissioners, Washington, D. C, July B, 1RP0 -SealctI pro poals will be received at this oftlce until IS o'eloek m. on TUESDAY. JULY 8". 1KW. for 8ldowal a. The Dlstrlot of Columbia ffivlte rroposal for Laying Hldowalka under the ermlt Fystem of Asphalt Block, Asphalt Tile, Vitrified Tile. Flagging, Sheet Asplmlt and all varieties of Conent. Bidder will furnish specifications of their pavement ao companted by drawings. Blank form of pro posal. etc.. can Ira obtained nt thl oQlee upon application therefor, together with all rccemrary Information, and only bids upon tlies e form will bo considered. The right I reserved to reject any or all bid or part ot bids J. W. DOUIILAS8, L. O. HINK. II. M. liOIIKRT. Commlsoncr P. C. Jv.t P1IOP08AL8 FOR FUKL-OFKUK OFTIIK Con mtloners of the Dlstrlot of Colum bia, Washington, July 10, 1W Soaled pro posals will be re-elved attlie office of the i'oiflmltloner of the District of Columbia until lto'clook in on SATURDAY, JULY IS. 1(00 for furnishing the various branches of the District fHivernreent with bard emlnml vrnxl during tho fiscal year ending June . in1. Blank form of proposal, tocetoerwltli al) Information, can lo obtained upon appli cation at Boom . District UulMlsg, 1st st. n. w between B and C ts. Tbe rwht I re served to reject any and alt bid or jiart ot bids. J W DOI-OI.ASK, ITeshtent Board of Commlsiooner of the Dlstrlot of Columbia. trANTKI) IIKI.f. Aetttrtltfitunu ttmttr IKlt Mod, fmrUrutor m, to tmtt ferotH irjrrtion; SO eti tor thru. J ANTKD -A COMPKTRNT AOKNT FOR VV WatblBgton City (District of Colum bia) for a standard Anger-key wrltlne ma ebtae. Mast bare some capital. Htatenx perlenee and reference. Address NATIONAL CAPITAL. tbUoWce. U ANTED- PARTNER. WHO UNDER lands tbe I'enlon Builaessund oan Invest lax). Rare chance to right party. PENSIONS, thl offiee. JyltSt TI7ANTKD-A WHITE GIRL FOR OEN IV eral homework la a imall family, man, wife and boy 8 year old; Oerman pre ferred; to the right party a pleaaant borne and good wages astured. Apply at No. too Ottn w. WANTEDBY A GOOD COLORED LAUN dreas, wiiUlng aad Iroakatr to do at home; reference given. Apply ISIS N II av. AN ABLE ADVERTISING. INSURANCE. Bute, LtgbtotBg-rod. or Book Agent, or l(portr. of great aavolr falre, for literary work. Large salary. Write Losdaa A Hart ford Pab. Co.. N. Y. WANTK!) MISUKI.t.ANKOUS. jiiHrUumtnU ututtr (AU ZuaJ.fBW Hiuterr Un, cnu frr out hutnien; SO eiiUs fer thru. A FEW DBSIR.VBLE ROOMS, WITH ateam power, good elevator serviee aad Hrt elau Janltorsbip. In tbe rOoT BUILDING, for rent at low rate to 8rt-elaw teaaBta. Apidy to STILSON HUTCHINS, 9M Port Building, or FRANK MAGUIRE, Suprta teodeot. l'BItbONAL. JdffrU-utntnUiHuttT UUt Xtad, fsr lint or Uh, Aumtjw u butriient; SO euUi fr r. "VTW IS THE TIME. WE WILL PAY J "bJBwsoyxfor geata' flret-oia see oodband etoSMBg. Addres or aaJl at JUNTO'S OLD STAND. SIS D . 0. w. FOK llKXT-KOIIlIS, A(trUMiimti wUtr UUt luott, fturHntter Im, St emit per so (hmtMm,- U emUer (Aru. HANDSOME FURNISHED ROOMS, EN ulte or allude, at tbo Raekiaohaaa, SOS ttth at a w. overlooUas MeFkiOB Soare. Chutwi table. TTOR RSKT TWO FURNISHED ROOMS, X1 aoHableforaootliWMi. No.saBMtw. FOIt SALEHOUSIW. AiittTilitmmti uui-(Mi AsoJ, few liiw ar Uu, 'A ttati ftr ok4 ir: i irttsn; S6 tUfrtluu4. F")K SALE-A RAHfiAIN IF hUUI AT eace; -tjry aad bmeaet briea; bous; T ronow aod ttk; all buJ uu(m: atteoted at Jto-401 1 st a w; Brio. Jt.ao; nu ooottabd Prsuaanh.fc! avz 1?uk SALE-IN ALEXANDRIA. ROOM Tfnaao bono. Jotthil4Bjt; satouu oi to auBJUTf j"QU8.Sui So. iMt Tffm OAUt-TBRRS OF THE C'lUUl'ltjrT m sis im-ory aso riiiumwi. s stooo trlmmoiiiii T rooms aod both; el holla aad goo; stteo, SUM each, lost sotaoea to sob or mo lor aoao less. MU.NKV TO LOAX. f OBSYfOLOANOa; REAL ROTATE Oat 1 ant ulau aeaorlUe at lowoet rU) if ret. Kueolaf wbece SfuorifZj jd. v. v. vmmmm, OMfth mw. imss""mipfiap MWtifftr SJCUsllTY. JOHY m LttA-si ose ojtax oosroTt) oMWSt?, AT S A FS CSSVV. Sttflaf' HVOJLkV l'u LOAM Ub Ayucoved Bitarf ajtaftn I B g Vllltl u . -""tt. Tg y MfnitiTig & RAMY, mo. tattvoTUoTii t. rttn kit rrorrstt . AOirrmfiHmn wnoer flt Mf, flm T hm,9 tmtt for on tmtrmm; SO, furomm, JjOJt RENT-UNFt 1SHst1- 141S Sf are. Ir r and stable 141! R st n . tSf leiicoumavo, is rs 1! 1 nil st e . is rs V i js si nw. IBM i UPS H, s n , r V mpBWtnMaW.llr 17S7 o t n , m i7sftn.ft 7814 at a w, m rs 1 tofayette HMofO, 15 rs SlSRstftw, are....... . io cVapfa st aw, ts t. , soi mil st iVjliis iswsstbstnw. ... . 1813 01 nw, 11 f lntSstewjirs.. . . 79stBW.a sesssin w.wrs. miSKnw.mrs lC4 StooahtOM at, f rs. . i4teteSiisiist.i .... isiinmftaeVtte Hiitaau stn w.trs UlHthstn w.Wrs... IT4M8t,7r lltSlTUistn w.Tr.... IfesiTtbstn w, 7 rs.. 1PM.7rs MS isth st n w. 8rs Qj 4 14th st n w. rt. 4$ OB nwnans w, strand wr atop 3008 MBW. Ira .v , Sai 80S lSlh rt n w, 5 rs fS 118 N T ave. & rs 03 IMS sth st n w. 9 n see I5istthsinw.8r See I014Sthtnw.Srs J6 99 I4ftSKiaven w, 7 m Js 90 lwt roihstn w.sra mm si5Ktsw,er wre ISM4stsw,6ra WPB ISS1 W t n w, 5 rs moo iaoisisttnw,Rrs The above booses can be examined by per mit from our office only. THOMAS J. FISHER CO., MHFst.n.w. JfOK RENT-TWO BRAND NEW SIX : room frame honses, Mgh ami dryroon tlon; near chnrebes and pnbUe soneol tn Unlor.toitn. Inquire ot A.BRURKND.tMH stn w FOIt HAt.n AJSl) ItRNT. kXl'jsctatkjdllktin"''' """" THOMAS B. WAuTlAMAN, SIT F street. Changes made Wednesdays and Saturdays. S STOnY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR BALE. G18Istnw, bh.tn I, isr Slum low 10th st n w. bb, ml. Mrs ia,or sot o stn w, bh. ml, tors sjm ltS8 6tiitnw,bb, Br 8.000 ass Indiana avo n w.bb.Drs 7jbx laeDMamnven w, f li.Brs t,) 11 Beundarvtt n w, f lt,8r 7.KW asiRtnw.bb, 11 rs cvo M8th stn w, bh, ml.pr 4,750 ssiiandms-thfltnw, bb.Srs 4.000 satAKstn w, bh. lor moo 1H8NJ nren w.t b.S rs J,ooo llssstlthstn w.bb.Sr 1JO0 Alley between Slst and SI, M aod N st n w, bh, St ,,. 1.J00 S-BTORY BIUCK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR BALE, llSS 20th st n w. t b, 6 rs, and S house rear, 4 rseaeh.. , $0,000 ISIt Detn w, f li, 6 rs 5,000 3stnto.1IPatn w, f h.5 rs s,noo 1418Sthtn w.bh.Ors sifrro 4i to 411 Dnar's alley n w,bh. 4 r S,000 1S47 and 1119 Madbum at n w. f h, 4 rs, andSbb rear 1.M0 Ml toMftWd stn w, bh, 9rs 4,mo 4i N st n w, f h, S rs. and S ltoue rear 4,010 issb vtnw. f b. sr ,vm KOIStlist n w, bh, Sr 3,900 Alley bet Stb ami 7th, I. and M st n w, fh. I r 1.1W0 fioi.stnw. b h. 7r seo StOdNstn w. lh,7rs jjWB lSlB-1ietMadlontnw, rb,4r 3 0lO The nbove I only a portion of tbo property on my liooks. For frill list oall at oflle for bulletin lnuwl on tbe lt ami 1Mb. T. E. WAGGAMAN. HOUSES FOR RENT. . Per month Dos II stn w, isr jwo eo spte P t n w, IS r. fer fid 09 use isthtn w.M n 7t 11 SOCrtaw, Ir SSOO TSisthstn w.itt sses iTIilsiluin w.ier Mm not R st n w, is r seen iw l"a ave n w. s r 49 00 isse iiigo ttnw.Hr so 00 KST SM at n W. S r 3ft (1 KS l at n w. r Jew 8TOHR8, OFFICBe. ETC. Hall, at floor. 410 IMbstnw Jr no 91UFtn w,d floor, s front room.... 408 Hiram! dwg llfwo st ne, r m 00 fair aad dwg 818 U at w, Sr as SB litMim 9 ami 11, Id floor. 60S ltthst.... 30 00 Strand dwg lstl Mdavene. 8 r 97 M Sir ami dwg lseo Del avew, 7r SS 00 Hall. 1800 4 it aw 109 a! nth tnw, trontnn, 3d floor 10 10 Storprooffl 4J1 Ltlae tt 00 IX1AN8. tn snm to suit at 6 per cent. Tbo above I only a portion of tbe property on my book. For full lit sail at oUloe fer bulletin, lwued on tbe 1st and lth. T. K. WAOGAMAN. TTM'KBCRDENTRD ATTRACTION! U OVER A MILLION DISTRIBUTED. Lei, o. L. LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY CO. Incorporated by the Leeblatare ferediMM tlooalaml ebarltable ourposo. and lutraa ebbHimadeanart of tbe preeeat State Om atttttttuo,uttm,byaa ovaawnsLxuie wh-o-ubvoik, IU ORAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAW ING8 take place gena-Anauallr (Jaee and December), and it ORAND SINGLE NUM 11KK DRAWINGS take piaoe la eaoh of tbe otbar ten month io the year, and are aU drawn In pabUe, at tbe Academy of Miulo, NewOrleaaa, La. "We do hereby certify that w sapervlae tbe arraBgeoteat fur all the Msotbly aa4 Semt Anaual Drawiao of tboLooltlaBa, SUU Lotlery Co., aad la perww Btaoage aod eoa trottbe druwlBg thmalv. ast that tbe hb are eoodueted with boaosty, talrae aad In aood faitb toward alt partto. aa4 we aotbortae tbe eoaopauy to ue Ibl eerttloate, wnb fae alnUe M our tigoatiire altaoOed, ta li advertineBU." 6x..rvi '05f7 0?c CoiamlMloBer. We the nnrtiprfgnsil hook aod booker will pty all totao Urawo to tbo fioUlaea Stale Lotleriea whieh awy be pre anted at eor ioeettwiT R.M.WALMSLEY.FreatLa.Nat Rook. F. LANAUX, Front State Not. Book. A. BALDWIN, Pre't X O- Net. Rook. CARL KOHN, Froa't Valoo Nat But BRAXD MONTHLY DRAWING Will $W llioIsM Tt'KODAY. JULTIS. lest. CAPITAL PRIZE ltoM9Tkiko at sst; Rslvec, iM; Ojeaxten, 6, Teoto. U: TweotoMha. si UeT UF FU2oo. 1 PJE1CJ OF SOW.OO I. 1 FUCK OF 101,000 U. 1 PRIZE OF oMbS la. 1 PRIZE OP SSjUul. 9 FRIZES py BtJIBore IrOf j5r St PKSSkOJr S mw FRUisof atsaos- IX, toSFtitosof JMSsoo MS) Moot of Waso kWFtboiol Bsoo, TSOOJIl SB 2 S H 0e ...... oeMjar W 4M.S ,. wS SH' Mp i.lO Fttto oaoootio to ...&L8Koos AORtrtS WAJrTlP EVWiYWatllt. r?oo ars. OOSOS Of twooosOMo wiuoejfetwiy totcjESalliei IBaossollaoomeR will - h vau os eoveiuio osorttg joor tW ojh latKMttAHF. AM ujOjooji Ltte "jOtoloiM Foot)! SstoSSiS2FteMM U. A. OAVWIM, 419 Ustxtiif-iiTsHJ teso3&(o'a tiOsTfjiintM1 Cur meP aipappr FOfvreOeoOWP Tpooc.eafra tijo Uw MtflMMkl o o9SUoM r mmm & m Utt Radt&et c.ul gliftrtjifflM HgM ftgf t4UQWiiliCwla tte Mpt m w UJTT rwtmo mroVTm oxaai sUsftiii i&tt&&TULU& BOH NOT EXPIRE UNTIL JASVART 1 -fSJLwIO ! 30S - SaW FOB SALE! HOUSES. 8-sNFTy tifA Iwiwrawt W-rvwa brirk hwiaei rVrl HrWiefB IifrymB situate CfSftOWl 6(fM(t WHWsWtt J WJti IJ B3e 4 Friee, fC,ooo. 3-ttery frame bowse.wtth mrie lot; situate em Sixth street, between B aod O so. vn Prteo, eoo. 8-story nriek mwHO, eonlalniaa; 9 rooms and bath; site of lot, 18x75; ertoste on U street sw. 468 Prte W.000. 3-story ami back tmlMlne; brtek dwelling, eontalniBt lo reams: all modern improve ments; sftnate on eoraer of Ninth, and O streets sw. 488 Frtee, ,000. stery brlek hemse, 6 rooms ami bath, situate en I street, between North Capitol and First streets nw. 408 Price, 3,.V50. 3-stor brick bouse, containing IS rooms, sll modern Improvements; situate No. 921 K street nw. 4B8 , Price, $10,300. 3-story brick hottse, 10 rooms; site of lot, 95x196', sttnote No. 1498 N sL nw. 381 Prie. $10,000. 8-stery and basement; brkk boose, 7 room and bath; situate on New Hampshire avenue, bet, I. ami M sts. nw. 400 Price, 6,.m 9-story 6-room Itriek beoset situate on Cleveland ave., bet, 1Mb and 13th, W and Boundary. 408 Price, fl.900. 3-story 8-roem brick boose, on Wallach Plaee. 4S1 Price, $1,300. 3-story fVroem 'brick faense; sttoate on Wallaca Plaee, 413 Price, $6,100. 3-story brisk bouse, conUlntnc 11 rooms and bath; ami all modern Improvements: situate No. 1W Q st, n. w 450 Price, $15,000. Improved property on tbe north side of 0 St., wide front. 444 Prke, $5,000 A lars;e stable property In a desirable lo cation; now under lease to ned tenant, pay I net) Per cent. 317 Price, $9,000. 401 Frame dwelling. Grant ave., Meunt I'leasant, Price, $7,000. 400 Foor alley bouses, containing: 4 rooms; each rent for $15 per month. Price, $fl,500. 4sfl 8-room frame bouse, lot 30x73, on L st.se, Price, ROOO. 497 9-story ana cellar brkk boose, 0 rnotn and bath; situate on Columbia Heights. Prke, $10,000. Ilonse at Tall Church, Ya. A new coltaire. situate only 5 minute' walk from Fall Cbureh tUes, Y. A O. H. It., Va., eonUtalRgf) room, bath, pan try, ami trunk room; alio of lot, HOilV) feet, Prke, $9,100. Terms easy. A1JSO A new eoUwe, attaate only 5 minutes' walk from Fall Chareh atatloo, W. A U. K. 1L, Vs., oontatnInK, parlor, dlainif-room, kitchen, 4 bed-room, bath, servants' room and attic. Price, (3,500. Term easy. Vucunl Ground A'oi-llirioit und .S011II1. euc All of square 10.M..... ,. 35c ltnlltlllHtlHIMI'IMI oDC " " Sooth MW........ 35c " ' leon Kte VfWooeooooesesOeoo klOC Half of " 11I1....W....... 33c 4 lot " Wh8..... 30e a " IWOi..... 30c ol MPrTftoooooo oooeeoteoooooao 35C WtsHM.MttHSH.. aeWStV 5 10W 35c 1 J' 18o7. 37ic ilMl'issaHMlHtsMi 4wJ 1 lAtol AlJ 1 ii It OM UL- Ac?l000oooea 00 ll 1 I OAj2 ML, otBjrj.eeeoee oeoftaseoooeftoo a)!R. S lMtl Vis' svwSixttisit eaooflaooeee A. IWHw 000 oaooaaoe e JStG o HsWist(. aateoo mC 3 U(MIMUNft eoo CMC W XWWeooooto os 4&C 7" ieo ...... iwic Homes In Alexandria, Va, 3-Kory met aweBtoclS ioobm, with ofllee aonez and laroe tide lot; situate on eor. Duke and tit. Asaph tts.; lot Tiift. $500. S-tory and bock botbMpg dtrlrinf ron taJolaf W rowos and bath; lot Wits), ut Uate o. 6H Prince at. 408 Price, VSCQ. 3-siory aod back tsatsofata; brick house. cootaieJeg 13 rooms: sttoate 00 tootheMt, eor. Prince and Patriot sts. IM Price, $9,300 4-etory brick dwrfttog boose, boUt tn tbe aaoat eobeUatial nuaoer, eootalolog Ju rooms; atze of lot 50x114. Ml Price, $4,500. 3-story sod boek hottdlaf brkk bou, oooUiofoj: S moats, srtiiete 00 Colom us et., soar Prince. m Friee, isLtOO 4o-o-torv brkk dwoioor oa toiotag M rooms sod aU ottdero improve ssentr; large aaile yooa; sttnote 00 .ur Waobaootoo aod OaoMfOO sis.. oppo:ie OM Cora Chorda, Aloxaodsta, Ta. Tb Is tbe tea sttomiao ha AioTaIri Pri. IMot. Term Oae third eaoh, balute 000 aod two veaw. -AK- WHOLE SQUARES oxoljff- ROSSLYN. Oty. MICIS HUFTY Raul Estate Bmker, taoi i" tjaooots WekiOoo, t