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THE DAIL.Y CKITIC, MONDAY EVENING, PEPTKMBER 20, 1800.
AT THE CAPITOL THE (WERBKC8 RRPORT ON THE DEFICIENCY BILL JGREED TO lit BOTH HOUSES TWIT. But It Puts tk UfftM f flfetoaisty on Uncle Saa's Ikw. APPROPRIATE PR FHEKCH OUlHS Stricken Out Bm&rm f Ike PertfeteMy of the IletiM Mr. Hate's Pttwriw. News aid Gaaaip, The conterrMs on th DeMtensy Appropriation Mil came to an Mtfee tncnt this morolnt;. The bill, as it passed the House, appropriated $0, 230,536; the Senate Increasoil this ap propriation by $3,Hl,D3ft, making the amount carried by the bill aa it pal the Senate $?.87M0. The confcrroes reduced this amount $1 209,233, loavlug the total as agreed to in conference f 0.600,30!). The con fctrces reinserted the appropriation of $10,000 Tor completing the public build ing at Winona, Minn., nnd agreed to the item of $10,000 for completing the building at Tcxnrkana. The itom for town sites in Oklahoma was increased from $15,000 to $25,000. The Senate appropriation of $1,980, 000 to pay Froncli spoliation clilnu and tlioltcmof $12,000 for a stoam vessel In Pugct Sound were struck out. The report was lator presented to tho Senate and cxnlnlncd by Mr. Hale. Ho said that the Sunate confurreoa had yielded tho French spoliations amend ment becauso of the persistency of the House, but tho subject would bo taken tip at another session. Tho report was agreed to. The conference report on tho Tariff bill was presented and read at longtb. Tho Sonato Is having a last word to say on the Tariff bill. It Is a muttlplo word, so to spoak, and was first uttered by Mr. Morgan., Apparently he was prepared to talk for a long time. When bo gets through, or, as a fellow-Senator said, when he becomes exhausted ami has to iiuit tho thread of discourse will be taken up by Mr Carlisle. Mr. Mcl'hcrson was ex pected to spenk, but he is not well. It Is understood that no other Democrat w 111 speak. No Ilcpubllcan will, It Is said, speak at length. Mr. Aldrlcb, whon be pre sented the report, said bo horml to rencb a vote to-day. That, however," Is improbable, if not Impossible. A vote, however, will bo reached to-morrow, perhaps about 5 p. m. The bill will then go to the Presi dent. He will sign It, of course, but the proprieties of the occasion will de mand that he at least make a pre tccso of considering It. Ho can keep It for ten days Iwforo signing It, or be could sign It the In stant ho receiver It. lie will probably pursue the safe middle course, ami, getting it on "Wednesday sign it and return It to the House, say, on Friday. Congress would thon adjourn on Saturday. Senator Paddock still Insists that he will vote against the Tariff bill. Should he do so ho would stand alone, for no other Republloan will Join hltn In voting nay. Last week nine He publican Senators wero counted agalntt It. Amoog them were those Senators from the Northwest who want free binding twine and fought so hard for It that they wero nicknamed "high binders." They have all yielded ex cept FaddocU. And oven he, swearing he 11 never vote that way, will yet vote exactly that way. The Senate today passed Senate bill giving ascent to leases of rights to mine coal in the Choctaw Nation. The conference report on the bill to relieve settlers In Northern Faeloe In demnity lands was agreed to. In the House to-day Sir. Taylor(Ohlo) moved non concurrence In haa-ite amendments to the bill to daffae ami regulate the Jurisdiction of Unltad States courts. He wished the bill to go to conference with the expectation that it would go over until the next seutoa. After discussion the bill was laid aside temporarily. The eoaferaace report oa the Defi ciency bill was takes up ami altar twUf discuMion was agreed to. The House passed tfaa Mil ajuwefwl atlng $10,318 to supply a daBciaaey la the aperoptiaUoa for payawwt of -here of the House. A Saaate ataaadaseat to the UU great lug leave to clerks of test a4 saaosul class poatoaUeas (extesuUajc tin htwuBis of the act to esaptoye eTtsw watt-batf repair shops) was agfaatl to. A coaat aae was otitoad aa the hUl to dispose of Fwl tills military vatktn iu Maataaa. Senate bill to result to the ColmahUa Iroa Works of HalUartf taut acaotutt vt penalties for del hi Um eotufte tlon of the guaioat Pattrf was pasted. Before the House was eattad to oaaar this uuuaiag Major McKtoiay. that Ba publica leader aatkaaWar. afprflftCEad the Hon. BkiuwU Yatw awl pud kia a -ost htadaotna coaaphaaaat. "The way ia whieh they hve totaled you," said the Major to tsve liwsnnwartc veteran, "to sw wmamt Mtiml vm saw la politic. I dua't thlak thaca Is aauiher kiataiMW oa record whaw a aa cuttiag to Ooagieji for an wuuthm term has mm Um fetats'' J have." "0, yu tloa't nweaatkat," iKosattaj Uw Wfl mtQQgjM PMRKMalpy t WW 'Ijl' lofceara&U poUtkaliea. "Yes, I 4o," IwstoiMl taa liifiy NaiHMaua- "I tot tisVfl ueiphia jauMia ssAa-j va.&atw'. toiv..'1 sv - Imww ahaamrfirl m have made rawed aata thai ay aw v-uld be proud uf." !; itll! be wcolkcted skat Mr. Vaux ua- nfcaiedfor tenotntaarin by the . , . i i.uimuika, iuid that oa huH a'..Jj ttlglii k. was wuh-rtJ a t. ( a:l..ttbi jvtuil.n k( luJf oVndfflt PpwiorTfti , He hw the matter tirar connMerattnn and will announce his determination by rwxt Friday. It fs thought kre MI1 accept, and that if be does he will fravt the Mipport of tie HeTmbWrsn a wefl s of Ml tb Mck lt Democrats, and be sleeted. A cynic might swgrst that Mt. Vaox's appearance fin HrV fote of a Hi dependent cstrdMwe Is the secret of McKinley's effusive compliment, lint tin fatt n that Mr. Vim hm mtMfe a csfeptiowany good record fer a new member, and has fully stritMned the Mgh reputation he has already gained In other walks. The first gwn of the dissatisfied Northern protectionists was fired against the Turin bill this afternoon In the Home, when Ilepretenlntlve Morse of MnssachmeUs Introduced a Mil, in creasing the dnty on binding twine to one and a-hnlf cents per pound. Mr. More says that he has submitted his measure to Chairman JtcKlnley, who thinks there is an excellent chance of lis paMage. Tite bill was referred to the Ways and Means Committee. Colonel L. I Talk of North Carolina, the national leetnrer of the alliance, will begin a campaign In Virginia thfo week and proceed southward, cmllng at Atlanta on the ftOlh of October. Next week he will be Joined In North Caro lina by Colonel Livingston, candidate for Congress In the Atlanta (Qa.) dis trict. Next month the Alliance chiefs will fo to Kansas, Colonel Livingston nnd lr. Wilson being the delegates ap pointed to attend the State rally of the Kansas Alliance to be held at Topaka on October 15 nnd 10, nt which time It Is expected there will be fully 00,000 Alliance people at the Kanan Capital, Folk, Livingston and Wilson are among the big guns of the occasion. Fiom Kansas the Alliance chiefs will go to Illinois to attend the Stato rally of tho Sucker Alliance men at Springfield on October 30. Thcnco they go to Atlanta to exhibit during the Exposition. Quite a comprehensive programme. Major Tom Olenn of Atlanta will bo here to night. Ho comes to receive Secretary lJlatno'a answer to tho Invita tion to attend the exposition in Atlanta. Congressman Mason of Illinois Is Srntlficd at the kind way in whtch .outhorn papers refer to him since his able and courageous fight against the Conger Lard bill. He says tho bill Is dead, for good and nil. Probably the Paddock Pure Food bill will sup plant It. Dr. Maounc. tho editor of tho Na tional Ikenomint, tho organ of tho Alliance, Is back from n visit to Georgia. Ho says tho campaign Is progressing satisfactorily In that State, lie expressed contldence In the local loaders ami managers, and though he would not say so directly. It was gathered from tho drift of his talk that ex Senator Norwood would be the Alliance choice for Senator. Mr. Ulalr presented to the Senate to-day the petition of flfty-s! citizen, resident on tho United States Govern ment reservation known as the Arling ton estate, praying that a public school be established thereon, there being none at this time. A bill was Introduced In the House today appropriating $250,000 to erect a monument to tho "Courage, valor and patriotism of the American negro sol diers who fought In tho Union Army during the war of tho rebellion. ' Generals Benjamin F. Uutler, O. O. Howard and w. AV. Blrney are named as commissioners to carry out the pro visions of tho bill. The Senate to-day passed the House Joint resolution extending the act fixing tlm rate of interest to be charged on ar rearages of general and special taxes now due the District if paid within a time specified to October 31, 1S0. HEARING THECtOSE. Illrcliall' l'ule Wilt Soon be DeehleU by the Jury. "Woodstock, Sept. 80. It was a few minutes before 10 o'clock this morning when Mr. Illack&tock began his address to the Jury In Blrchall's behalf. Kvery inch of space In the court-room was oc cupied and tho Utiles, as heretofore, wero present in large numbers. Long before the doors wero opened there was a dense throng about the oourt-Uouse, and the constables who had been over powered were compelled to use their long staffs ou the heads of some in order to open a lane for the jury to pass through. Before summing up Mr. Blaekstoek Introduced threti witnesses for the de fense. James Costln, a farmer, living a half mile from Princeton, was one of Hum, who said he saw the body of Ueawell, aud swore that the Uraager was not the Miue man. Mr. Blaekstoek wade a powerful ar gument. Speakiagof the Utiueaoe of the papers on the case he said h was the last person to eireuiaaeribe or nar row the llbarty of the prase- "No one is wore profoundly moved thaa I," sahl be, "by the solid ativaatanas which accrue from the liberty the press eaioys, hut I here say if a TsrUtet of guthy is proaouuead agalast that MUta it will not be upoa the evi deace which has beea beard ia your box. It will be because the drag-Bet of the aawsjiapers has beea abroad through the sfliay slues of iauaaooas or whtoaer interested malice j1 buagl-aallou- 1I appealed to the jury to he oa their guard ajtaiaat the Inline ae of previous laspratafosw, The prtaoaar, ha said, was crippled at every tuts, haeauas ha was not able to staatl eaorasous ex pease. He said that tuwe thaa ou pilsoaer was ou trial, the coualry'n la atitutkuu wera oa trial; whether we shall return to mob law or whether the aawapatMH or the Jury shall try ease. Wash to Swing UtulM. Gua Hill, the caaBipion club swiaar of the world, who ajtar at Keraaa's Uvaifht, to eadaavoriag to nadsorae Qitu to eomnottt with hlua juvm the athletic clubs la this ckv. IU ha chaikaged the world for $ lU.uuO, aad hto atcanto are saatcaiag lor coateetutts, aad may be able to provki the chan naoa with aa tagnatot to night. Ia JddUioa to hto thaTlaage of llO.uud. Mr. Hill osiers $l,9u0 to any uau who eaa awtK dubs faatar thaa he can in a trial of ttteam annular, tl.) to amy saaa who caa jugate liuhe bestar thaa Mr- tteif . aad flJDw to any taaii who caa mm haavto clubs than he (Hill) a naHsaaaaa Qhaacaar Saat Uawa. Uatalgki Glter Yeefc sliadw attest Wm. Holsaas, colored, for eaaur darly coaduct, whoa the latter Uc bUa wiWiBioathearo. The ha thai the osttorr reetavea la the stomach lupletcly proatraied hiss - "" owuiteu. is the maaatitB UolaiiW i .,k ih.. , ,m.-.-r:i. t-iuti sal uia-k: hto I K.aps Later iu tue .vaiug srg.4ttt ilLiJlUUl arieatca Jiim una iwu imu up at tin. Jtiflb Fttaati JuJc Mi'kr ,;u.iiv llluita silt) da3 la J a. MIZNER'S BLUNDER. MAT BE RKALLED. TWre Was a ntHrXWHHm M rphaM His AdtWIri la the lrnnrtta cae, nt l'nbtfe Sentiment Was IXtfur ToMt, ISjrr. &. A WasWnB ton dltpntch to the WorM wy that th Adrntototttttlon, while at first disposed to uiW MluWet Mlf.net 1 hl course in the Bamtntlla affair, hae found pub lie opinion In the matter too strong, ami It is reported In the best informed official circles here now that the Presi dent and Mr. Blaine have finally settled the course they mean to follow in die prslng of the rate, by hohrlng that Min ister Mirner has failed In diplomatic tact, judgment nnd discretion and pointedly Inviting him to resign the mission to Central America. This step, it Is said, will be taken by means of a dispatch which will restate the position this Government hohls re specting the nature ami extent of the privilege of asylum afforded by the flag of the United Slates In the cmte of po litical refugees in Central ami South America. This Intended dispatch will, it Is said, be in form a reply to the recent dis patches of Minister Mlrnor reporting the circumstances of the death of Gen oral Bnrrundtn. It will review and expound the dis patch of Secretary Bayard In 1885 to Minister Hall upon the Gomez case. "While not directly Impeaching that dispatch as a theoretical statement of tho rule of International law respecting port jurisdiction, or iiuestlonlng Its en tire applicability to the particular case of Gomez, the forthcoming dispatch will explain that Mr. Bayard did not, In effect or Intent, lay down any general rulo or principle to govern all tho various cases that might atlse In Cen tral and South America. One of tho most sorlous grounds of censuro upon Minister MUnor, say friends of the Administration, Is the excessive weight ho gave to this dis patch of Mr. Bayard to tho dlsreganl of other considerations equally ap parent nnd tnomcnloutf, and tho Ignor ing of which admits of no condona tion. A circumstance that is said to oxcltc the gravest displeasure of the President and Secretary of State is the unexplained neglect ot 3unister.iii7.nor to improve the nmplo opportunity afforded him between the departure of Barrundla from Mexico nnd his arrival at Sail .lose dc Guatemala to come to some friendly arrangement with the Guatemalan Gov ernment by which the right of asylum to political refugees on American ves sels might have bcon preserved with rut prejudice to the strict legal rights of It ml jurisdiction or Immediate dan gir to the peace and security of the ex isting government of Guatemala. It Is said to bo held by the Amlnls tratlon that If Mr. Mlzuer had appealed to the Guatemalan Government to re frain from a resort to Its naked legal rights a solution of the question would readily have beon found that would have avoided the necessity of any at tempted seizure of the person of Bar rundla while under the protection of tho flag of thu United States. Apart from any question of the personal saioiy oi uonerai isarrumita, tne ad ditional Immunity secured to American steam packets pursuing their tralllc with Spanish-American countries by a wise nnd proper conduct of the Issue by our Minister, would have been a ma terial gain to our position in, and com merce with, tliefco countries. In view of the many other obvious courses open to him, the President and Secrotary of State arc said to consider that the omission to use nrojier judg ment and discretion constitutes the ac tion of the Minister a grave diplomatic blunder. THE GUY CASE. Air. l)ouslui( Ones to Itooktllla to Con sult Willi Colonel Hubert. Commissioner Douglass left the Dis trict Building this morning is order to visit Colonel Itobert at hU home in Itockvllle, Mil. The two Commlseiooera will consult together concerning the case of Lieutenant Guy and endeavor to arrive at some decision. Commis sioner Douglass will return to the city this afternoon and repot t their con clusion to Commsssfoner Hioe. Com missioners Hlne and Douglass will than make their final decision. Ana the Cauial0 Near lit llamt! M.VDMOK. Isd.. Sept. 2. The old warehouse of Snyder Rlchwood dis tillery at Milton. Ky.. was burned yes terday, together with 1,300 barrels of whisky, eatalliag a lue estimated at $1W).WW. The property beloagad to Levy A Bros, of Ctaciauatl aad was iu suied. I'ollceOtilevr Fined. Privates Trammel), Loughtoaa and Barney of the poltee force have beca ordered by the trial board to pay dot of $10, $3 and fW respectively. iUiurieU. Ul BBS- BOOt..-Oa Ike Uk of aspusttar. lim. m It txuujM of thu MetroswUtaa M. . thuwfl.br lb Kkt. Br. O. B. Oerar, JaaawT Glbti of kealucty sjwt sUasJJiee H, Bool of tab city aC'HAlUBa-Kl'BB.-QB Julr , hv iha But. AriLar S Jubju uf Buck Sir. Wtatosa n. Scb.f as4 Via mi Suad, eotb of watuaaaaa, i. u B3U. ar reSlM'-e. IMt 1 ttMal, Mary JL, S ktmal wife i Wjatt Areaar. t Fuacral irticvsat tlftaauta-atMet ' -brtcrtaB I'tuivh. oa 'fuasoar aftaraooa t oVlotk. laUSB-UepartaJ tab Ute SaiuUy.ado- tusaber m. WSB. altera r . ww. aner a uaa asa wuiuiu :u liar; M widow of the lata Boa. Jjha S Hoaue. In llu.' both itr of bur ; oax of htir aja. yu&ual lll taae tSaae htuio lie teakfentu of her sou. Ko. 4i a street outlica.t. Tuea d. taaa,iaiaat.atSo'eIoi.ky. . aala-IHerf- aad friends raacaelfaUr iattted to at tead. aBV6tK.-Oo aataidav. Septaajber a. ia. at k . av. owaa. bahKed aaabaadof Calhriae a&itfrui). ajd ; jear Tusera) hroja tae wntdeace of w toa Patrick fiutaru. Vo. UM Haw 4er' aveauu aottawaatTtaesaai. i satssator as. tJ8. stwiuUin euptioa c'aaccb at a . a KalaUye. awl uf, uhjp immoii laisw i. m' aitafls waa trauy umnwwmiaM. UMLKX.-Od aaadar asoraiaf, t, sartsi iaataat. at a w-. im Baaij, teliut J tbilaw Weaaal teae, Uttha axaro iaaetal tn.ni at. rater' Cfcu15 to-asec iow(Tua.dajiata- m Maqakai aa. JoaESLj late 5ge uU Aowats- aTM---jtaetale ate afUaOar, Maaer aw. ipwe a wuaa hi wmw'tj na, niwfvaa wae i mm' aard Mataewa. aaauaiww oi tea taw the Slat lr of hec nv. raJLrkk .laaefi yiuuial win aua tnai ar ier; rldttu.e. iU u'uluck llnklttti ana irkaVu itoif' Uahy mv iul to attend PLAIT - On JTUduy sk-ptuuiU.1 it., tl, ar IHjd . jiei h J-.t.U". Vidua o! ude Vil liaiiiali 1'Utt, ii- 'J5 wan fi.unl lr o '-h riV.deo. t I Lt. auu. t JuJ,-c A I Hi a J "i bli uth aat, TuewU .at FOR A GOOD SHOE VISIT Wilson & Carr's For an Easy Shoo GOTO WILSON & CARR'S We curry the Best tne of Patent tlfnwn at i a r t Wilson & Carr's I'nlilonnlile Slion Jlcn. Ko. oso v wrnRirr jr. tv., Washington, D. C. BALTIMORB STORK, 4 nnil VSKST llAIriMOItlt .NTItlUfr. THE FIGHTERS SURRENDER. JMc.Vulllle nnil Slnrln In lie 1'rotecntmt nnil I'ut linilcr llnnil, LosiK)5, fept. 20. This morning McAullffe and Slavin eurremlemi themselves to the iollce And were ar raigned In the Lambeth Police Court, charted with having committed a breach of the peace. Pievlousto their surrender the men had learned that the authorities Intended to prosecute thnm for fighting. Bach man was required to furnish his personal surety In 1,000 nnd two bondsmen, each of whom must qualify for 2,000. Oranil Jury Indictment. The following indictments havo beon returned by the grand jury: Charles A. Newton nnd John .1. Verser, viola tion of the civil service law; Kato Green, larceny from the person; C. II. Gray, larceny; Jnoob Zell, larceny; .lohn Farrell, larceny from tho person; James Williams, nsoult with Intent to kill; Harvey Gray, assault with Intent to kill; Patrick Harris, horse stealing; Leonard Gilbert, embemrlcmont- Will lam Woody, William Catvin nnd John Mathews, robbery; Frank Williams, robbery. William Harris, alias William Johnson, robbery; Mark Smith, assault to rape; William Teemore and Henry Clifton, housebreaking. Accident TIiioiieIi Ncelcct nf Orilrr. l!.nxr:sviM.E,0 .Sep. 50 The west bound limited on the B. A (. ro.vl collided with the eatt-!Kund express near here yesterdty. Both engines, two express oars and a mall car were demolished and Lnglneer John Wheeler and Baggage Master I'M Murdoch each hd a leg broken. The accident was caused by the eneincer of tlie west bound train neglecting ordor. The psM'iii:er weie badly shaken up. Approved liy tho l'renlilont. The President has approved the act authnrlJng the Texan and Mexican Electric Light and Power Company to erect wires across the Rio G ramie ltlvor at Eagle Pass. Texas; the ldll granting a pension to the widow of General Crook. Mr. Claeett'a To morrow belnir SurcfMor. the concluding day of the month. Judge Miller has de elded to make his selection of clerk of the Police Court to succeed Howard Clagett. Thero are many candidate, but it has not yet been Intimated who will capture the prise. Illek Wlilttlnston'a Hucceuor for ".It. LosnoN, Sept. at). Mr. Joseph Savory has been elected Lord Mayor of the city of London. Jaek Jeuks was a victim of liver compUiut, Hi atreBcthwM exhausted, bis pake had grttwa faint. II had uteer aud Uuaorsaud all sorts of beNeun, Awl the Ilk last he surTered would waary a sal at. Folks Mid that Jack Jeahe would never be cured, hut Jaek saM he would that they atlht Lefcteured. Heree'e Q. M. DUeovery arensht hla re tovery. After all the poor fellow to leag had et-duretl. Such a wuWtude of serious, dMrasalag, and ottea fatal, maladias spriaj; f tow a ilia ordared liver. Dr. Plrcc Rohlea Medl cl IHieovery creates a healthy action of this Importaut orgau, aad the 111 that lwve their ortgiu there caa be cured by iU proaipt and faithful use. All druggieU. J'lttH'OSAI.S. TXHOfaijLl W)K ABTILLatRY HOHfeEJ.. X r)iot Qiiarteraiaatet'a 0"ce, Waaliina UB,Ll. O., Seuiember . UM. sealed pto BOaaU, in daulieate, ub.l.t to uaoal oHidi tkMW, will be receive.) at thi oiHee aatil tl o'ttoek a m.. MOKHAY, OfTOMaB 9. lwl and theaoueaed. for furolaluus and i'el!, .r In at thf depot, fire S Artuierr Huraee. Ftefereace given to aitietea of doioaatU; it.. du, llua. Pull dcriiitiun of the hur-xu aad any lafof matlon reaairad will be furul- bad on aanueatioB U thu oaVe. The mulial i. Mtals tkuuld be marked "FrvaoaaU for Boraes" and addreaaed to the uaderaicued, fl. B PASDY. Oeuaty V!aarteraatr-HH eraL V S. Arnr. Depot QaartarHiaater, a. Sl'KOIAtC NOTIOHH. aB-ltOCHDAl K .'ri,-MMIMA1tV VI, aaar clety.- .U-.nrl..-rf -f .hi.. iMmttv i.i ... . aeaaioa of tha trade card to APUL, ial. acJ iat(ate ia the Matter uf coal aad wuud ahoahJ tall en the uadaralaaed before mti 8XK 7 fur tafuraatiuB, etc ' AT. Uuat)', A at a a. Aor'l Bept : aniib To.duou. tttl r U a w, B. ai d r". Dv ar Dept t L Vau iWVhuef 81 Ireai-h t. Bu Stat.; K w cat t. S aa a a e, Xuarth Aud jJT . J 2. yi.fhe.&&liae,P O. DeM, . H. W. stall h. fkSBataW. . Ji. G'a oC.:T ? Haut. lilu Sat b a. Math Aud u.; L B. Uratler. 1US I. at a w, Beaa osT , Trass.; John atoniaua, US B at a w. Feaaiua og., Ur Joaeph Jouy. atts ? are aw, 8ura Oea-'a oS.fSdward Mston. H at a e.Qov. Pra'a vt-: t W Baxkha. a H at a w. Ca,-b Boua,Tra. By crdtrof the commit U.J. w7HABbHA. rttary eT liu Beauxiul eouplasiona ootaiacd by the um of the BVltBXA ;aoomhj BUEACH. SW3f Any lady or geBttemaa with any kind of 'kin blcniUh aoutd fm i a tHal aatUfKoa uar aataad. loaitiveJy m aawea frekJas. phaphw. Ktalj a-n.J. Ha.rfK tlAk. B ioU4.hne aad ail dawaxw tha aaS bthair to. jkKB anu & pbb mxms. BIBBXA 1MIATOVY. Waraaated to retBveaaaioa haw bow tin- fade aad arms ia imiautaii wUboat U, the moat uilluate kia. thiiarf Free Trial at NW VOWt TWif tx., aVaW wsMg" " yWWKte .- ,.,1 ,m taaaeaaaog to shsajaj Laas slaaaK 1 ifiUBTSUKtJ m FA- AV. . Wm. aaura Witt ttraaAS usme. m jaarvlaadave. i. w lllllaatrlbflaWt bunaet traiaa mauuraoiarai hi the rtty ( aud Me her aaw mams tHaaUiiurf --4 pcaeaiiia' Straw asd felt aau alt. ro.1 t e SMit iTaa.l80rdert SwyaIy aiU St'EClAf. NOTIOKS. fci' THE MOTHB. RtBSITOP Rt, 7' TIRR will prench In St. l-ntrii' rtarrrh toteorrow cnntyi at it o'eloe ". . 5Stt? ft . immwawib tW F irtrtt . w. ICAMTAI, $l,e. '. TtiU crmraTiy lme wttli tfes of depoilt bprin Interest a fcIJow: Ok all ammtnts iipwtfpit for n'r.pty ay or more, twt tew lbsn l rnonths, 1 per cant, sat snnWI; J per cent, on itVwtts tot nfere thaa s mn-)tB, bm it trara a yea aad i sweent. en dfwit '.f nne year or loan ffonrcd tnvesfmeats fot sale. Money loaned. V. B. ROBtSOJt, M. B. H. WARSRIl, Tfes. . . DIRWCTOrW! , Jofcn T Amn, Ownre T. flehafer, inarm fi Bailey, om A. Hamilton, Jnttm h. Barhmir, Tnntnas Srvmerrllla, 0rg E. Battel, Nb6b A. Swot, Borara 8. Cummin , J, 8. Swormstflat, J J. Datllnirton, Bnttersley W.Talbott, John .toy Bdnvn. Geeptn Traesnell, thsries J.WmlTT, B.lt.waft, Aiowi r. pos, A. A. wiwnn. Snil'law B hartey, if. Wwaiward. obn B. Tarner, CM. BM. Wllkli inson, A. 9. Wortfifiwttm. "FltaT BBUtTTM). mt. WHITE, CHiiwrumsT, MM rnna. .. otwofrtte Wlllanl's Mntet Thrattunls from mrMM near vl'lt Dr. WMte's estaMtsnatcat for tattef from and amwanee of con, hMitnn, dlwaiwl nails ami alt (tasr feilrible. flour. Sa.n. tnSp,m. nndar.9 tort. ofllrefee,tl per visit for nnttttit the fet In stunt order. jMabltsfcad, fret. r-,TnR safb narostT An istoraob AMEHK A5 BBCTStIT ASO TBUBT Co4 PAJtV, 11-10 iSm OT. M. W. Ahiatnlety Iliejauuf. Now ready fw the otoref FnrBttnrfl, rianos, Plrtetwara, Plotnre, Mfciw, Tranlis, ran-lsaet, asd all pottabw arlWas. rek In. Movlncane 8blpplncby eapertn. i)rdrs tT malt of felphnn pronrvy tttemlrd to. Car and sxamlna tmthlhin Ilndtm paw door Telephone No. -WS, AI.nERT M. BKAl). p'-1,lm Heneral Mner. a-3TWHT WOT HAVK YOUH SHIRTS a-E' made by one of the most celebrated cotters In America t Fries same as tboa thlrd-rato entters ebarire. r. T. UAI.L, 009 F st nw. tVANTHII lir.M. WANTKO-IM rntVATK TAXtlLY, FIH8T ohi8 oook; rniutbe eompetent. fall at 41 Tenna arp n w: no wnlilny. S9St rANTKT-A NF.AT Otllt. FKOM If TO IS ran find a irood homfl with sinalfl ladr. Call at 8 lh st a w. A Merman girl prp- fetred. sTMt rASTKP-A NKAT WHITE (llHt. FOIt ) nene rat homework and to anlit witli ohllil: small fumlly. an Kilnn. Mt trANTKIJ-TlDY ItBSI'BrjrAllR WIltTE i drl as boupemald nnd waltrem in ram ily of fuari must be well rpcemmendwl. Apply Wwem lOBnd l o'clock atSIST Dnmbartna nvr . Want Waohtngton 1t WANTKD-A HBTTI BD WIIITK WOMAN for general houewirk In a family of l 9IS K st aw. aiat VANTKD-A !AT, TIDY COI.OltKIl I woman to cook and do general bou wiHkirofefwiff. Anplv 1WM Hal n w. !SKSt TANTKI)-A OOOT) AND HTBADY 8KH- t ant for genera! holme work; mttt ty at night and he well rcoommciideil, wage good. n4llit n W-K, "W7AMK.P-A OHOCK'tV CI.KhK; MBIT V thorooghly anderatand entllntr meat. Ml Hat n m. Tt 'ItrANTKU-A GOOD. SaTTI.itl WOMAN llmt-Hapa cook; will none but thononltbhrtt cltjr rtterences. ApplrlWS Mt. St MNTKD-AT 1WI K tiT-A KKMAHLR II idkriit woman aK chambormald; mint brjug rr ttnraminlalkiin. 9t irANTKl)-A COLOKKD WOMAN TO iiH,k, wali and Iron; mint havj relcr- escen lllONYavenw. iT74t 7"ANTKD-A YOUNG, STHONO COL'O girl for general homework DOW law. -T ANTKD-A flIBL foil LIGHT 110U8K- work: ali a grown woman to do wah tnganil anint In light houMWork, umall fam ily, lassstbttnw. 7 St "WAKTKIl-A aiKt. FOB aRNRKAI. boiitewotk; goid reference. Apply Wl Wth at nlw. mi 9 V rANTEU AN BM'KRIKNCKl) WIIITK Ind are M 9 ami li! o'clock. uniKi a nure; gooa wages. ."J ,, m rATKIlTWO FIHbT-CLASS WAIST handawaaev, T tr week; none bat ex- perteiicwl bawln ael app'T. SHftOt'ttnw. 1 1 rANTiH-YOUNQ WHITE M VN TO AT- V tend to hora. W. I hClt.NKlDKK. At BMt Capitol at. Je-M rANTBD-SMART WIIITK HOY TO AT- t tend tolioweand awke hhaaelf unetul. CallaMeran'rlork.lueHhatn e. as-tt W TANTKO-A TIDY WIIITK OlRt. FOR L II..KS l-(i...aar. ,aW In atnfall IdaAllV iana-ul I IIKIIt. IHIWUrTVia U a raanu iianHtit "CTv bomtf ami f air w w T19 4th at n w m-H l7"ANTBn -AN APPKBNTtCKt UROO buklaec; ssutt have tome experience. Apply imfat ae St M f ATBI NBATCilBLASNUKSK FOR cultures, iptay i"w muw a w. wi. "yANTKC-A WOMAN TO DO WASHING, Ironing and general bouMwork; muw oome well recommended &, D at n w j St AY rANTBI-A FIKaT CLASS WHITK i nwlctalio a white girt for laundry and cbainberwork. Apply between lu aud Ix o'elock. sets Masa ave: reference required. "X-ITANTBD-A l.IKL FOR C1KNKKAL BMt tar nltfhu. Apply VI baufework lib. reference at 1311 Veraiolt ave. Bear TnosaaCtrcle t AY rANTBD-WIUTK BOY TO DHIVK A i wason and alar In the country at night; ut know haw to aUk. Apply at tank ii w. AV TANTID-A WHITK WOMAN OR UIRL I for bouaework: good hone: Jd door- SIT hitiufl w. at lTAKTIiM- SITt'ATIO.VS. "rAJJTBD AN EDl'CATKll FttHN'CH Vt ladF Mould duMMvimr in faailUeaaud teaeh Frercb, teat rrfec ni'ea I7IS tub . -lT.vm-ani ATION AS M-BK BY A settled cobired woman from VlrgiaU. bu,i alay at oil.i; ci, but relereacaa. A'blreaa 44rt 7th -I n M SaSt AV TANTBIS-B A aBAT YOl'SB UOL'B woman, a. nbLce aa took with a private faaauv. rejereneea ttii at inn aajoaon at. A MMTBH-PLACIB BY TWO SWBDiaH I tUU. Applf at i:iW Boaadary at- a w. -7AKTBB-A STCATIOM FOB FLAIJi .ewtng ia laauUu by the day or weak. u etbataw- -at "t"rATI-BY A JUtaFBCTABUi L- lt oredwoaua aaBaatioa aa laundreaa la iamlly or ateaai lanaury or aa eook. good refeteave.. all or addnaaa IHtflthataw. A TAlITKD-A FLACK BY A aUaFBCFA i klM suIumJ wobulk aa eouk ur cnajn bu maid Apply Mil Madiaua at a be tweeoathamfT-6t ?- AV fAfcTBU-BY AKaaFBCTABLK WtUTK irirl altuatlua to do Keueral buaaork ia .mail tauilr or chaaaMtauiid aad wal uvea. rli &m H at w lur twu dy; uncufd raingu-BY A FAJllOABlK"llaav aiakcr. a Piai a am-h la aprlealelaW ily. ralforaddraaltaaayew VM rAMfKD-BY A KKkAJUUB UKf- 1 mau gb'l. a aituaUoa as dtah watutr la autelor icataaraat. Aodreas AUCK, taU a place aa oooa. ref.racea OsU jJ at aw. m-m w raSTSD-BY A KFaX"rABLI OOL i irirl. a -""" to do aaaeral Wuaework ia a MftaU faaiBy. Call or ad dMMeatna . T ABTSav-Y -t BaaBoyAjaUiuUMt'O mn,Wg. avis, mua a rnuaa o wweiw, fcau of aeMagrw, a maiw " H'AfcTKU hUMtata. TAWtUB- TWO I'SrCKSIiiHKB WW t lor tody aad aou in the a-iaty of Neir York av aid ilu u, teat aot w ea t,od14. IddieA.B. C.lritkJ ut tt wjj . aw. A FW BMHttHty hWUMM. WtTB 4, Mtitir mtui aiataior astvteeaud at class jaaMoraa'p. b tMai Bti umb,. tot aaat at tow rate, to erandaa teaanw. Apply to mOMm WlWetia, ajs Foat BuiidUj. or NUtaK L,il'lSIV i VVfX UA. Ka 14 f f: nam aAtjAmiV ir"Tca as u r Jr b e eitended, on the hu if tiie a't.i uai aad aV'ldiers Houw BuilWij hiiiai p. -' . 1 0,a nataU) ol the late t'hkf J 4it . 'iJMJ . utUed'Ki'W'.J ' a if. -jJ J.''jii -i'ir r .litest. :b F. 1 ..ti-z... -. u"- 1 . 1 PINi BK'lW N ' -' f m&rusi SIS M IM Mml Have Orencd a Flr w Retail Credit Jewelry Store where they will constantly keep on hand a complete stock ami large asaortment of Diamonds &C.i &c, &c, WIIIOH THKY WILL SBLL ON A SPECIAL CREDIT SYSTEM THAN CAN UK IIOUOUT BtBWIIBRK FOR CKSH, Thereby enabllns; our patrons to have the VSK or the AHTICLR while they are paying for It. We keen a full stock of all the boat grades of Ladles' nnd Gentlemen's Oold and Silver American Watches, imslud iotc Split Second and Itcpeaters. Also Howard, Itockford, Kltrln, Valtham, Hampton and Swiss Movements. Vine Watch Ilepalrlnjj a Specialty. TALL AND LBAttN HOW TO Bf if OOODS ON OUR SPECIAL CREDIT SYSTEM BKFORX I'lmCKAalNQ HLHKWHKKK Goods Delivered on Flist Payment, Open evenings. (0fvL-U4-$ 5I5 Seventh Street Northwest. Upstairs. FOR ItMNT KUtlMM. TTiOR BKNT-UW 9TH 8T N W. NKWLY I' furslabed i uafuraUbed front room. with hst. a ami bath 'J-W IWK BFNT-sl I NF1 NNIHIIKII HOOMii. sd floor; oulh front; newly paperel:no chllilrea taken referyneeareuulfeit larTOat. I?OK BBNT-TOFAKTiBSWiTllOUT C'hll ' dreu. t unturnlabed roonu; rafereaeea. SaSMam avpna. U 1?OK KKNT-NICBLY Fl'KNIHHBl) BOOMS ' a ttb flrat 'ih table board can he had on rsai enable tarnw at 1K4 UiUw; refereneea webapged. a-jjt JOKKBNT TBE LIVINOSTON. UM IW1I ; a w, newly f urnJehed roonu aa sulfa or single; lovely location; atrletly nratebMala rerrreaFeol mmm MB JQRMK.NT-TV.OLAmiBHBOONU FLOOR 1 raona. onn(tof Mlib beat aad aa; aUj one oa third Bo ; rant reaam-abl. Ula O at. FOB HBNT-INTA PBIVATB FAMILY, OSK nicely faruUbed room aa i toot;, bar window, near tbrse liaee of eara; reduced rale to aentleaiew; refereare. 18 0 at a w. TOK Kt.T-TWO FUBKIaHBO BOOMS; 1 eaatb-uat, larwfaf red: referenced reuuired. Wla Peat a a- a w -l F R KBKT- Kl HXUHKD UOOXto W t 4tMSHM u F i-rw JFSKW a iat.aa - -a wiukaaa.. l Lata axm-k. aval nMVltta fii.mil V. iu DkMVA MBlttlVP hl'Vaah without vkildrea or othar rooaaer.. at aw """". -?-.--" --err" - TZZ1 1J07O ITOK BKVT-A LAMUB ANU VBKY UE J1 airable Sd t4v Itaat rooat: aiao a tutv naaaat adatorr back waiaai aU I uroifhad. with choke boMd. lislu aw. t M FK BB.-SW F ST ii W. FBrtKT ruosss. lBale or wimnnU-atlw uitur rooau. with Brat i.uu board; alo table buatd fl TUK BBKT-ia A FM1YATK FAMILY A . aoaable nrtaV Um B t nuuia rumianMi m-amrw aa rati a. arnBa rrrrv. ".-iu - '.-.. M. fOB BBSiT-FhUVAT FAMILY. kiCKLY ' furuiaha auriur aad bed roam, ttrat Boor; also two bad nw, MK-oad; auitab.e lor cea- t ten an ur ceatlaa ah and wife; refereooeaei- ehanaad vm v. H- are 17WB kUUIT-rWO ISFlBlJlaUKB v- 1 nunkal iat rooaaa. 3d Bour, beat aad sas, fie per awutlt fa advaaea. tats Mmth Caj- liaa a a e. ar-at lJB hl.T-Fl BMaMBD BOOhui KtAK leaaua and Feaakia Oaaeea, with or with out board 6W 3d at a w. 7 3t L' iitabad. i daahahle rouab. with or with out t..,ard; ioa is Boor and 5ioulo.jr.. om fortable far wiater; ood tatas- ""f aw. '8t JD furaiaaed aaoau. U ioor. with huaai; atau table aaaad: efuuaea eagbanaad- 1TO BfalT-BBaiKABLK m MQttX V uuafrrooaMianrlsatfaav;tu1r-nb-Ued or uaf uraUaad. aaitahte tut ;au aan aad wile ur fi or s saatteawa fiiHI aa aw. HJ ltel. akilv fumiahed moau loldinVbuJ; heat. n r ajuata: daajrablK.halt room. $5. private ayaury. laM Uth at, Usee cara tt UOor. iMt BMrt--T TUB law or ca-FoatiiM-f I Bddht in enianf MBuur auoia; aood taaWboaid aw: a4Kwi ithe eVouf at -st I TiU Tll. W EakP imtliTB 1 Irat naairt aw aa oreaJJ at , 1 ifilmvasl osBBfl.too-a.w 'cuttMlaaiObKat " IMHMBft. ni a W. H1Y , i'. lk . :! DKMOm HUB iU l '. Btata. aad 1 ' . , 4M L. B- OW. Hty Bali KB Watches Jewelry, Silverware 65 (oust aadkiuhea is eitaauav for board; Seat, aa aad attuadan. . to lady aaa aM lnSrk FLMja.'aa?Tk f a0 and tllh and Ulh t u CuaeuXalfc Wi Sffeaoeiy mn,m. Energizer MomentLim Ingine THE RESULT OF USiHG THE EMEU ! WITH ELECltm ectricity and I MB at trtawty to rcrf If that tho F.WXROTEKH : iiiwii m k. iv i-niA ran fnr raw a Melton brake wehrhait by nMnata wtlh a -(. rA km md b". Tvihr nwer van frrm Itrenf mt 1 (flflwr whlfih MeoBiMhhwd lb r HICHTKR ELECT RIC LltTltT CO., (Wgiwd) rilAS. RICHTKR, Mnit$r. The Gront Momentum Wheels of the Lirge Energizer on test move with exactly the pre sure given by the new formula. Engineers wh t have seen this new way of using Motive Pbwef approve the system as a revolution in machinery. For all Information apply to the American Energizer Manufacturing Co L.I7VYITED. WORKS, BENNING'S, D. C. Office, 1416 F Street Northwest. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS. MCE L. ROY'S KRT STORE, 1003 Pennsylvania Avenue. Summer Discount Until Purifier Notice, Etcligs, Engiavlngs, Water Colors, Photographs and All Plciires Stock ticepl Allotypes at 20 Per Cent, Discount. apaclal atteathm xM to Framiae. BaatMlM, Morlac aad Boxlnc fietaras aa4 Mirror. roit itn.NT iiousiM TOK KBNT-ONrOBJatIIKD- ltlS Mm are. 1? r and Mablo "' M litli.ttn.. jam IBM IWMHRV.UN . tMfS tassiiM n w, w rn lift M lmUrtRW. Itw lt4ltBW,Hni , liaItHW.l(n ' sis s t a w, ti r at at 1 man. taw. Mr aaaa liSMtBtaw.8ra - laasrfth .t lHMfcuxibtoait,r , r Xith itt n w II T tail K t a w, 9 r HljkfaratlaM.uaN.ttN - lane V t a w, T r. M 1M Ttb t a w. Mr and itw W7AI.tnw.Tr. W The mWtd Imwmm can b waamlait bf par mlWrmourottwMul7- THOMAS J rlSHHK CO., ttMynt.a.w. "ixTK KENT Tan BttAMi a ! V room t mate aoaMM, Ulaii aa4 Jry - tloa; sar eeurebu and nuMla a4 la Uotoctu-jni. laaatraol A.MKMHKND.IWH MB w run hai.k itdi.-jKa. ) DU tOU WAXT A NAP That aaa aM Hnanalwut, l rt w, aaaantMaar MMrlir WM f. ..T waa4aa aaMMg ta laurt dallfbiful J,rtki to (laataatowa. will a mM ( -& If !aka xw larw eaa h" mmt wsttowa Uwv ; aai ii. :-ttr ni hr , J i .ma. far at Ur t h 1 y.-aihurs m,- na(. at. ;eliJL WrHet au'J.11 MUr !iu . VOK SALE-JK AUUANUKJA. .'. I' fnuna hoa, Jiut S1bju -ij-X-iu, 1 yard; lot ISsllS; Mas aunr, arten, tW ) fjjrVoMOBERT J.THOVU.i.Bouul It., lair Sthat. I?OK BALKTHKEE OF TH KAIan boiwM ia Waint(. tta. H and IK nth at a ; two-rt4r aad hamiiwwt. hmw Meae IHianngn; 1 iriow mn ; wn UslU wui gan: nriea. aJS mtk. sa awfc bataacw ta salt or tnula tot mm lot. om:v to ua. A r OV BY W LOAM OK KB L KaT AT OR 11 int ohM wieartatoi at kwaai aaaa , taiaraal, ate aaatr waaaa aiwaiij aw u. Wiaaiw. M OaiYTO UJASf IM VJ Btt:KI P w.,auM- M""" UtAU-aP,. " UU W WW awTA-TB smvatfK. AT s ai r rsjinr U HABK. HMtt II OBEY TO tuaaM oaawaaMd, Basdaa aanaxiss. 'BsJESIsj jam raw I w. r - XssiJ& " XVBMP BtBarMPb" tjlttBajtBBJV BSB tBBBBpstJBtEBj-'ajaBBBa' WV BBfatBBBi SBBBBBjSB? BjsBjtBa "l'PV''4 SO. lK if ! . jouaa J.-.U ;. HJ1X. KBaJL s fiaa AjrLttlsaf"' ttussj: t r i.r the Energizer. HlfllTBIt KttCTRfC WOlfT CO., k B!mNB, pf trW nram at a nmn arm vara 1 time and (aval a Fairbanks acla, hn a iwvrthMoB ,T WW fa rWWf rnvare twwtif krlt ifnrenM thaffna Of JWM - Aorw rxww ifyayrmm rt m motort. The at rennlt la now In Waahrnetna, D. 0. l rim M.r.rs am) itnxr. 1 SAL ESTATE BTI.LBT1X THOMAS B. WAUIA.VAM,MTIlNft. 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