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KOK SALE?
k. m~u W ?"?rvt"i" U DAVID D. SlONE. r
msil.r
1? bru k house OU .th st. v J u u s ^
fsJtftoVh r>4r Ni()RTHWt s?. A LOVSL* HOME,
?* , ^ , r# "brajT. dtelDf-pooin. butler's nan try, tfcr^e
? Jint .r!"' t*ulurjr Wuiubiiur. kit. I? u, turn ism
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- ?'? ^ * niytly-! i'"
FftJtfJ JWUtlAMAIJI BUCK H> if > E.
r i ,1! - i ?p**?inij?ir J 4 rooiua. V bath
? n..^ bnn?. is <i|>u for inspection.
r?l : u v L V 'I* ?????!, will ??lJ
?i ivlv *?> '?** ?h.. n>
tiir"'l li. , i -V 'Seal La.alls,
ni) - ? lu, Olorer fciuMm*. 14l!?F it. c.w.
KJ1* ^ALh THE i Hh kKiTI HOl'SB IN THE
who'wai'l.'i'' KIUd" V'1 il">ir?bl# for . tie
r I 7 ;! ?? ch**r'"' home with plenty of sunlwht. A
???il-liiiUt J story bra ?. tTJ ft. (runt, on wt.le Kit. in
' !Uipniviiur and d> sirable i-ortion of Capitol
ill ." ' l'J ns-n.*. lanre com retol cellar anil
all in.*! iniMjiB |*rf- rt ? r?l?-r. *t...Miii. term* to suit
I unhaaer. Owner on premise*. Soil North Carolina
__ It*
L'oK >*LE? A BAROAIN OtHID E!<iHT-R<X> *
iii.i.: Min st.. Is't Oau.tH n.e lot
t" l*-f ?>t allry . the m-ouu.l worth the price;
??(..?Oil. . ?y terms. New ten-room brick. M, n>ar
lii7J"ruA'"v Z Iu"1 ,u L; >??? '-3*
i; > t.. .MM.*>t si.l. and lock a.ny. r> lit. ?4o. price.
*..4U??. Otsxl investment Also desirable corner
V.r Bj, vu,L J s KLLT * co - ??*.
Aliantn MTuMinir niyJh-at'
L\?ii ?AL? -UOI'SKhT
JT ?* 1 IV.n^rth aide near l."?th at., 10r $10,300
II i.' rta?Me.urar l.'Jth nr.. ?r 7 "HM?
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Ckvelacd av .lsjt. VS ai.d BM'y. 12th and 1 'ith.%Vr. Khtnl
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|> 'li JvVi.E sf VEHAI. llANbSOM LV FlMsilKli
?j *in'' *eil hmlt Lous*-*, roDTfUM-nt to Stat*' aii.t
i reasury ilei-artiurnta; VTut- tin IIO'I . arti
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I IT1? t $<>,UpU fiw h. AIhosiuu^ imall hou^-4 in
Ui* ?outhw?i at low atrures for cash. In
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' my'OS ;?t>"'00' J' HKBTiuKH, 1419 Ust. *
1,^>K ?Ai;l Ht?rsE ON ?r~H ST N.E BETWEEN"
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ir7 A^-atw?00
i&l (BhWO-i-i-iA80
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tufu iT h ?.?H? II . ;r :i.400
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- ? v ?.000 f h.. Ur :i.0o0
ill! J-U' :u' ' k-e-b h..
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n .?> ,Otli ft.n.w., i.u., ,?r M 400
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I.111 Bat um.it>.. 4.' I anU 4".ti O st. ailey
??? o.OOO i?.w., f.h . 4r 1 MOO
i ? V ;, !;w -I. n w_f.h_5r.r.5oy
v'l't >.000 S- utheaat . ..mer SC.
lcnttoKL>r.<lst. n.w . as- , and 14th st. ? ?? 1
?'. 'J ? !* 4..-.00 !fr 1 000
t;| N *' 11 4 ????? ???.I All. j u t 4S ami tith
- houses rrar. 4 <n?0 H an.l 1 sts. a. w., f h.!KK> !
In. ai^v.. 1- niv a i*irti.>i, of the tro^rtv ,.n my
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II. I Stand I., th. I m j MM 1HOS. t. W AOtiAMAB.
I," l: SALI: I !i.:<:ii?T sr., 10 K.k?Vs. ;t 8TORV
IS*,'. '-ne-iourthi-a^ii * lu^-^
t A. J. WHITAKEli. l.JOTHFst.
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. rhi-..>W* V?lvred. Shriteiwiuu. want offer, key at
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|. <iK SALX-lOir,' MIRTH CAROLINA AVI Ni l"
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s J .th. in.u ivivliand len. e. ov?NER,
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1 House on the northwf^t corner of
l.??i>aijd N streets north*, st. .n,,. N str.^t I
t> t Is .,(1x1.Ml. l ine ?rr ui .ls. H. 'is., lias eleven 111 i
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iwwmitng m on<>t-?trmrto4 yief o# ht. a\>. and m
Wautilul i*rk. Wi? froiit ?>f To flMl and the lot
ruuuiniAir ll.l.'H) wj. ft . Iwujk lot 5, mi. '^54. Tbe
Lt'Wl is /oar at? rl?*? Lvt. ha? aevrnty rooiiia in fii>t
? Uaa wu?1iIigii. witb *i*\ator Aran- <>j portunity ia
jrr?**nt?*it.? ii4\?-sl?>ra V? obtain duke ct-lit rally-]o
utr<l irrguod at lower ttirurw than it can attain be
ft* iitfht for in Uai? l?- ality. whi? h uiiiat wop neeeasa
rily ?oiaiuand hnrh KTlura ludu< tiu?>nt.H for hotel
l^ra tu luv?t arr* u-v. r irrr?u-r, a* th?- tide of
tr??rl ia t.-aani thu i^autitul city, and niintt lie
tf r^atly UK ieaaed by national and intt-maii?>nal ineet
ln^a mx>t> to be held hera. lenua liberal. imni?*diate
-n r^^cn. Aj-i'iy at t fhee of W. W. MLlCAUT,
l ui ral i
t? K HA I J THAI UK.AM 1.1 -! J > N? I .1 u'&J
Nrrmontave. n w , ?itiiau>>katw< nt?l. 1 ur t? rma
#r?1 l r n.u*<?kiA'ia to UUltcl, H'i'l| W Ot UM Y BlvUli,
Uiii I ilfMla*. whl.-dOi
FOR SALE-HOUSES.
I yr?K SALE?A USE BRICK HOCSE OS X ST.
! I w . m ar V.'ttint.; 14 rooms. IxitU. m. I., price
Aluo a liiiejiew Rri<k.un l.?t n.w., ne?r 14tu
; Hi r\x>u.s, wiili inmU-nk iuipruvementn. Price,
*20,000. 1HUS. U. HENKEY & CO.,
i iuyl4-lin 1300 Fgt. n.w.
Ij<OR SALE OR LEASE?A FINE LAROE MAS
Bi in. Jnat completed, on the corner of 17th and O
?<ts u.w. almost on Massachusetts hyp.. *J? rooms,
bath. modern laiproreit ecu *nd stable. Pitce, j
440.000. THUS. O. HEXSLY 4 CO.,
my 1 o-1 m 1300 *st. n.w.
FOR SALE?LOTS.
L* >R SALE?CHEAP LOTS.
: F I t?th st., near L, 30x9.% to 28-foot alley $3.25 I
11th st near T, 22x1 OO t>? 20-foot alley LOO
i 1st st. n.w.. W*t. BsdU c, 2>>xS0 1.25
, Pht. I?et. l.>th and 10th. 22x100, to alley 2.00 .
i Es<t Capitol st.. near Oth 1.40 ]
j Nth st a.e., bet. Last Cap. and A at*.. 23x99 1.10
| ny29-3t DAVJDD. MOM .MiV
?K SALE A BARGAIN?A RARE CHANCE TO
. *ret two southeast front lots, N H ave., bet. M and
an 1 N, crade ainl front reservation. If aold in ten days,
price ?1.50. S. C. HILL. 8th and Fata.. n.w. my29-Ht*
1X)R BALE-1430 12TH ST X W.-^A DESIRABLE
Jot. 13x85, to 15-foot alley; four-room frame; ,
? line", ^:i w foot. J. S. BELT i CO.. Room 47, At
| lantic building, my29-3t*_
jT^HTsALE?THE FOLLOWING VERY DESIRA
I _T fole building sites, northwe#t' _
| North aide of Kst., near istli. 40x100. to alley (2
old houses. renting at $40>. i*>r loot ID.
N nt..north side, near 17th, 2 iota, 18x100 each, to
I alley. j??r foot $3 |
K st., north side, near 19th at., 2 lota, 20x100 each,
! to alley, per foot $1.1H)
R st., between 13th and 14tn, north Hide, 2?>x95,
| to alley, per foot $2.15
J' "<t.. north aide,l>etweeu 21st and 22d sts,. 40x100
(old f rame), per toot $1.50
10th st.. near Pa. a\e., 21x70 (old fraiue>. rents
*18 *3,800
GEO. W LIN KINS.
my'JS-Ot Cor. 19th and Pa. ave.
i TCoiTsALE^
a Mass. ave.,bet. 14th and 15th st*. n.w.,24x126..? '
I 10th St., !>et. Land Mats, n.w., 3?>x94_ *3.2o
j S st., l>et. 9th and loth ats. n.w.. 20x95 l.ofj
V st., l>et. 13th and 14th sts. n.w.. 20x9O 1.2.i
N st., Iiet. N. Cap. and 1st ?>ts. n.w., 18x00 JH)
Oregon ave., near N. H ave n. w.. 20x91 90
RIST & HL'NGEb F?)Rt?.
?128-31 ,; '4 >4lfc?t
lX)lt SALE-BUILDING LOTS N. W. COR. 3D
P and F sts n e. . very elevated: ready for series of
buildimrs. 105 feet front on asphalt pavement ou F
st. and 130 feet on 3d st . nl*>ut 19,500 fret. will sub
divide most advantageously; good chance for capitalist
or builder to improve; will lie sold at a ttirare which,
in this rapidly growing auction will insure profit iu
the oesr future. J. B. W1MER.
my28-3t 1313 r at.
liOKSAU A BARGAIN 3 LOTS. 16?,xll7 FEET
F to public alley, on 9th st? H. e., near Fast Capitol
sr. J A. SETTLE fc CO-1225 F st.
We have some desirable lots in the northwest portion
of the city and near l>u|H>nt Circle, which we can offer i
as special bargains for a few days.
J. A. SETTLE k CO.,
?fgS-81 1225 F i\.
1X)K S\LF.-DES1RABLE LOTS IN MT. PLEA8
jT ant. f550and*7( Oeacli. J. R. HERTFORD,
niy'.'h-liiio Flemimr Bnildin^r, 1419 Gat.
BALE BETTZB TNVKsrMFNT THAH
stocks, lionda or hanks, only 30 cents i>er foot;
j*25cash, lmlam-e *10 per month; 17 feet front build
in-- Lots ? L\' ata ky ave. s e.. reeently raded: tat
one square from new Anacosta bridge; 30-foot alley;
perfect title; deeds free; bound to enhance. Apply to
WELLKR x ULPLTTI, 326 Pa av. s.e my28-6t
IVOR SALE-TWO CHEAP LOTS ON D ST. S~ E.,
between 1st and 2d ats., with old house renting for
#S. Only *1,200 ea*-h.
iny2s-3t# WRIGHT & STOCKETT, 810 Fn.w.
I^OH SALE DESIRABLE BCS1NESS LOTS, (COR
ner), teet on New York ave. and h5 leet on 1st
st. n.w. Inquire at S. DESIO'S, corner 9th ami E ats.
n.w. my27-3t*
I30B 8AXJ LOTS OK BOUNDARY, HEAR HEW
Jersey ave,, 17x50, south front, sewer, water, and
Kas. jf l jH?rfoi?t; 1004 N. J. ave., 0 r? cellar, in. i.
*2,9oO. am 1> 415Qat n.w. myjT 3t#
I.V?R SALE-NORTH SIDE OF lJOO UARV sfT,
*1.25 a foot; New Hampshire ave., *1.75 afoot;
M st. near North Capitol. *1; M st.. l>et. 4th and 5th,
*1.75; 9th st., near L, *2; Columbian Heiirlits. 26c.
to 50**.. Meridian Hill, 35c. and 40c. THOS. G. HEN
SEY .v t ?1300 1 at n.w. my25-lw
Do?8ALC TO Bt^lLDEKS AND INVESTORS^
JF f will sell, cheap, in blocks or singly, tiie most eiro
noinical lots in the lx?st imt roved scpiare; sq. north
eaal W.J BUKfORD, 1422 X. Y. ave. ap20-0w*
|?OR SALE GO LOTS 'N -FAIRVIEW/' BE*
I xween l'ckingrton and National Fair grounds, 25x
10?} and 2.~?xl20, irom *150to *300each; easy terms.
This subdivision is on the line of improvements and
afiordaanopportunit} for investment. For plats and
information apply to Rl ST Hl'XGERFt >HI),
m>24-liu 624 llta si. n.w.
I^OL SALE 0NE~I.0T, NEAR DUPONT CIRCLE^
cheap, *2.2%? a f??ot; one l^?t. n**ar l>up.?nt
circlr. 23x80. cheap. *l.t?0 a fisit; one lot, near Du
i>ont circle. 23x100, eUeap, *1.45 a foot; one lot near
>upont circle. 19x 100. cm ap, * 1.45 a foot. Apply
CllARI l s KAitLV. 0*?3 \ -?th st. n. w. mylS-2w
I/' H SALE BEAI flFCL LOT, 50*120, 15TH
JL st . n ar Columbia Road, 35**. per fi>ot; neitrhl>or
hoo*l rapadlv improving Inquire at Room 30, Gunton
Buildii.iT. 4 * 2 IX ave., bet. lOa.m. and 4 p.m. 10-2 w#
?R SALE?LOTS IN WAGGAMAN AND 1:1
dout's addition to the city of Washington, formerly
i ilk d Woodley Park, lids pvopevty is situate at tke
terminus of C-onnecticut ave. extended, and adjoins
Kalorama Heights, tii? n**w l>ridge and the park drive,
and near by the proj?osed Z??->h<gieal gardens. An elec
tric road will l>e constructed, a charter bavin# already
been obtained from Comrr^ss. special prices to peo
ple ?.f proiuinencc who will build hue liousea.
Call lor plat ; also bulletin of cheap property.
J NO. F. 1TAGGAM AN,
my 10-3m 700 14th st.
IXiR SALE
* M.IMI0 FEET OF OROCKD;
New Hampshire ave. 25th and H fits., will make ,
twelve or more lots of not le>o? than 15 feet frontage.
aplO FRANK li. CONGE1U 1415 Fat.
Fmjk sale
THAT SPLENDID LOT
on southeast corner New Hampthire ave. and R St. at
*:; I er foot. FRAN K li. CONGER,
aplt> 1415 Fat.
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE.
no Yor WAXT A FARM OR VILLAt.E HOME?
ft so come out and m* as si once. One eantem
is always at the disposition of our customers and will
u.?*et yv?u at any train and take \ lea *ure in showing you
ui:> thing ou our list. Over 700 1:. ins from 5 to5,000
a?r?se*K-h. All the choice and desirable property in
and around lalls Church which is now offered for
?.i.V Ik; been placed m our hands. *.~>0 lots to * 10,000
residences.
JOHN E. FEBKEY k CO., Real Estate,
i iy29-3t Falls Church, Yi.
l^oll SALK- STLK FARMS AT ODENTON.
I ! h- . ? oon ryisn ar in o| eration. Thencwipt*
< ies of -ilk w? riu w- are u>mg there this vear <-on.es j
l'r ?t:i tli** s.vr?**l moth of India. Tu:- luoth measures {
-.x inch*.sirom t:o to tip; it i-? autifully marked with
ti e sa*'r? d l-iia of the deity Vishnu.
i he w..rms are 1? d ujH?n the b-aves of the oak tree,
i :a< tL ? -..s, . we have abundant food for mil
li us of worms without waiting tor the hedges to
1 h? se ailk farmr. will double in value next year. The |
l>rict> n twiswil) *300 caah, or $I)2a if bDivlit on in
st ? n: nis. We will not h?. 1*1 these prices longer than
Jul) I
Full information given at office.
SOUTHERN SILK ASSOCIATION,
my29 y 410 *. t:i sin11 n.w.
J^oR Rl'vi A 10 IK A151 F. COTTAGE AT 11Y
A at ' -A. ' . -i i i 120 per moath. TYLER
Rl'THElU ii:\ t j '. L u. my29-6ttt
I^ALI.s CHI"RCII is THE FIN F.ST 8 L* Bl'RR A*N
t abuut Washington. Good water, purs sir,
go* d am letv; oslr 35 minutes bjr rail. Coanmntstion
rates irr-atiy reduced. It you are seeking a pleasant
kioi ? ins go d connnutity, either lor cm 0t on the ;
in-t. 11! ie;, t plan, addr?->*? .-call upon us.
W^shiugtuu telepaoLe ? . tiou t'all 707.
JOHN L Y V ItRFY \ CO.,
FsllsChurch, Va.
iFAT.M ol :u>0 \? RER 40 Ml] ES
" from Capital, fr mtiayos Harrisnd shore Potomac
ri\er only *15 per acre, h use. fruit ?n.I other trees,
m>28-31 I. K HERTFORD, l4l9Gst .
I~jOR's\Li: NEAR STA1IONS ON MKTROpoLI
tan Branch gn is, grain, frnii, stock, poultry, and
ctairs farma. 2 to600 acrea: lots,c ttages. and coun
try homes. COOKE D. LLXKFlT, 935 F st.
iny'.'.V 1 m
\| kNOWLES* STATION, MET. BBAKCH B. k
< ? R. 1;., lin e building 1? ?t-? at 2 and 3 cts. |>er foot.
t> acres with 4-rc>om house, *2,000.
Highly improved farm 40 acres, 2 dwellings, all
i ? ssarv outbaildimrs, plenty of shade, and fruit of
all kinds; well watered, lays nicely lor subdiviaion;
board walk to the station ; & 1 2,000. Aj?ply t<?
W II WHFATLEY,
On the premises auy time during Wednesdays, or
other days after 4:35 trai i my25-lm
ixm SALi OR E.\CH\NGE-A FARM OF 235
acres; 1 mile fr m MiUikin*s station, li. a&d P. R.
R. 1 ins is a splendid place and highly improved; new
S-rooin house, barns. ?ta> K->. ice-h*?use and other out
buildinifs. ail frmts arid vegetabh-s raised can be
! d:.-?p?>s*-d of profitably to several large ?-auning fac
t ? within a half mile from place. For particulars !
! appl> to G. B. WlLsoN,
? lw 1 llh 1 st.
SALE rHI HANDSOMEST TRACT FOB
- ilxiivirtion inth- vicinity f Washing<>u, 50 acres,
| known as B :nk* r Hill Farm, at Br<ioks, the first sta
tion out on the M* t. R. U..op|>osite the <!ath*dic I'ni
| versity .ii 1 near the Electric cars The streets of
, 1'rook land abut on this property and coulti con
* ed through .t For f:;ll jarticulars enquire of i
V2 ?-lm RLDFORD W. WALKER. 100? F st.
tinu<
my
i^ol< SALF TWO GOOD FARMS NEAR CAT
. lett's. 1 auquier county. Va. 309 acres ami 250
acres, respectively. Address C. W. HAZbN, Catlett's,
I Va. aiyti3-lwf
I^OR SALI rHE MacLEOD FARM, ADJOINING
j 1 the prc.jw rt> ?!' Mrs FoWh r and i . H? rn k. near
H>att?\il!e.* lOO per i* r?? Apply to JOHN s i El'HEN,
. Real EstaU Br ?ker, Hla iensburtr, Md. my22-lm
tX>L SALI. OR EXCHANOE FOlTcilY Pl.ol7^
erty? Farm?28 acres of ttne garden land; eight
| house, new barn, and other otitbuildiAgs; near
1 j.. ? klar.d. For particulars call or address G. 1*.
WTLtM -s. 14 I s Fat. my22 2w
IvtiR SALE AND RI N I WASHINGTON GROVE
M*!., a*-vera! fins Cottages in different parts of the
I Or-tve. Prices. f*.r sale, ij400 to *2,000. ami for rent,
*40 t*? $ 15o for the season. M. D. PECK, 934 F st.
i ap 1 .V.'in
\V SNTEI> I WANT TO Rl NT FOR THE SI M- |
M lner a country place, furnished, on line ot rail
r- .*?! v* n ion half h* ur of city. Res|x>nsible and care
ful. Ad?lre>s. w ith full particulars, 1 HE PIANO EX
CHANGE. 913 Fa. ave., wsshinyton, D C. myll-lm
1Vl?R SA1JC 14."? A? Eli *15 PI U ACRE,
good dvtcilinc and ail outbuildings, fruit, water j
and Hood in abundance; 1 mile Irom Sea brook
Matum on b. P. railroad. 10 miles from city; to is?
sold cheap and terms easy. Houses 1020 and 1022
South Capital ?t., Washington, D.C. Address MARION
Pl'CKFlT. T run tee and Attorucy-at-Law, Rladena
burg. p. G. Co.. Md. my8-lm
I" .oh BALE Nt W COTTAGE AT "HUooKI.AND,"
t?rst station from city, on Met. Branch B. and o. It.
R. . *-nrht rooms, cellar, attic and Ijoth-room; two mm- ,
i utes fr*'iii railr*>ad station, and si x uiinut* a from ter
, minus ?f electric railway; l*?t lOOxloOwith shade.
; Price *4.8O0. Apply to LE1GMTON A PAIRO,trua
. 482 L> Altaians sve. ap30-lin
VMiB SALE LOTS AT FOPEST tiLtN. MI). THE
i I moat beautiful location for a home outkide Wasii
1 ington. only 2. and 3c. per tout. J. R. HERT
FORD. I- leming Building. 1419 G st. nib lti-3m
BICYCLES.
SMITH'S
"PART CYCLES"
For L*tliih? iaiit 0?utiL
601 n.w. Faviorv ?lrt? Water at ,.w.
nthX'ft-SiD
G
ENTS- fel*lT8 &COCRKD
AM) I'RESHEI) FOR f L
CoiU. r>0c. ? Fvils. 25c.; Vest,. S5c. Alt?rlQr and
Hnuriii, ikiu.Ui l*n maimer. Uooda callcd (?? uid
u?li v crwl. 'IcMi iici.c call 143.2.
k. I. UAJtX, TOoflth it n.
U& JZ4 It. M cat WMblMftMl,
FOR SALE ? MISCELLANEOUS.
IX>BSALE-PURE MILK WILL BE DELIVERED
daily In ,m the farm of M E Matthews, DerwoixL
.ml. at . per callon ? sold iu nut less than U irallon
quantiUes Send order* to M. E MATTHEWS. I>i-r
wood,M<L myt'?-3t
IjVJB SALE ? REMINGTON ftPE-WRITER IV
first-rate condition price #50 it arid at one?
1*tof imw- Maj -
BUIU>IN?r^
FOB SALE-CHESTNUT sdRBEL,?8ADDL]^ AMD
dnvimr horse eitrht years old. safe, aound aad a
,w*,^U;;,ca.u seen ? the riding school, cornerTfp
ana ~ -?_?*- n.w. my2ft-3t
Ii*>?rSAKE - A I'JnroRM- rrxL equipment
of K. of P. Call at CHAS DEITZ'S, :>3U New Jer
sey ave. n.w. my2?-3t*
|,X)R SALE - A PSYCHO SAFETY BICYCLE;
I s j>attern, nearly new. with lamp and bell,
ler leaving city. Apply at BIO French st. m20-3f
Owner
Fir sale-one new double desk, owe
"f* ?ale and other office furniture Ap
ply ol.j l.ith at. niy,'<(-:jt'
FIR 8AiE-8TOCK~OT MATLOCK'S LIVERY
stable, o~.> and 031 O at. n.w. Lease ifitt-u
inquire ou premises. my Jif-Ut'
I TOR SALE
IMPORTANT!
Actual banrains in a number of sliirhtlr nsed Piaros
and Onrans. in t>ertect order. Sold 011 $.1 payments.
_Uiy .ii-tl.Nup 1 G. SMITH, pa. ave.
"KHJR SALE?SPECIAL BARGAIN
-T BRADBURY UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO
. '.,le ha? '<-? 1*1.-110 With nie to Close
JJf, V'ri *-?>u casl?- ' lie instrument is in i erfect order
and fiilij ifuarauteod; cost oriirinally t40o.
my.*{i-3t F. G. SMITH. 1225 Pa. ave.
Fo,? ^LE~ A MKERV and FIXTURE* ALSO,
ray-iM^'t? Wagon. Apply at 323 10th st. s.e
VJ.M *alk-a <?<",d~ fine;-stymsh S-year
A,V ,Y rr,la*"' or Wagon Uorm Address S.J. McA.,
' ?'* ?aJlH sl. U.W. Ill V*'js*' ?t*
K?!; SALSr?** wk* Airnxo. consisting
* 'rou fraii,e and cover complete; Is feet loin;
ami 111 irood condition; price i(J. \\ . s. THoMPSt ).N.
Pnuriiiacist. ,o.'ii:,th ,t. n.w myvV 3t
^'>or> wvInd horseTwkioht:
' J,.'", I"0"1"!*, tfood size; also brau new hand
tu'v,?!1 a.'"l tlieap; can be seen at 1301
tin ?. s.e. a. hIZNAK.
l^OU SALE - OF INTEREST TO ANIToNETdeT
; ? .81?Jn< orcarriage* for th< ir own use The
advertiser, m consequence of ro moving from the city,
oflenat private sale the entirecoutenta of his stable
at a irreat sacrifice. It consists <>f a handsome bay
liorae. aixteeu hands, nix year* old. Hound and kind, a
last traveler, and i* a superior coupe, family or driv
ijiK norse Also a tine, dapple gray coach horse, six
years old: is a it.hmI, active traveler; has size and
5 enough for working purposes; he weivhs
1..UU |MiuudH,aud is compactly made. Also an ele
K?nt surrey to seat four. An excellent davton watron
and a handsome side bar-shiftimr top bumry, a set
Uo-.iiiie harness, set siUKle coupe harness, and one set
bu*K) harness.
Oirria?r?B and harness were made by flrst-clasg
makers, and arc nearly equal to new.
Genuine banrains will be iriven to parties who buy
for their own use, and as they must lie disposed of
speedily, any reasonable offer will be considered.
Apply at OWN KR'8 PRIVATE STABLE, rear of
reaidence 1301 K at. h, w. mj^'S-Mt"
W? SALE -BEAUTIFULBAY house iHAMIiLE- i
S'!10 lbs': lIru,""'t fcnd Keutle; will stand
rrn e St i nll i fi f3"} ,tt,ly ' dJ1V1' *'tli saf.-ty. 1
Pin e, #100. Call feed store, cor. <thand boundary
uiy!JS-3t*
"I^i >11 SALE?A BROWN MARE, SIX YEARS' OUX I
? founds; will work in all harness; !
sound ,ior $,'00. Call or address J. H. Ahllts, B<1
vedere Hotel. ni> JS-3f !
Vi'" SALK,r LEASE, STOCK AND TOOLS Of a
11.1 ?' -^'I' lnn'' Miop and Waifoli Factory, at 010
iBy*S *t* ' c ul>'11 "1'1'lied for immediately.
KORHALEIX Holt-1 SAFE AND GENTLE FOR
M. lady to ride or drne, warranted sound; owner
my-'S Vn'0lty AJarB?s >l- s. E. Star office.
F?j{n 8ALE-BTOCB. F1ATUBES. AMD QOOD
in thaeitv ? one of the Ust stands
" I*. ?? ^ ?aluI remove stock, if desired, at
* niVi L v v/?m 1'v ^ Fstablisheil eleven y. :irs
Address E\i HANllE, star oflce, my!iH-3t#
L,'< >R SALE CHEAP-A "<i? H >0 PLATFORM IM ip
slso. ?>" inch SurBicyck ; also a Health
uner. till Oth st. u. w. uiy'is-.it'
l^OR SALE A BLAI'TIFULPONY OUTFIT- THE
J/ JVllJ Is gentle for Indies or I'llildren . a stylish
1*1.1 i tiissut harms# to match. Private siaMe, lot Hi
Jdthst. n.w. my28-3f
l^HR SALE-HANDS<IME YOl NO BAY TI CAHOE
X inare, 1 li hands, perlectly faultless and f- arless
M.oWg eon-.Klera 1.1.. s,1; safe i,.r lady to drne. Ap
I O J. n. UKhM,iVim. ave. n.w. iiiy'JT-.'lt*
1^ Uli 8ALE?ANOTHEK 1IAKUAIN FOlC SOMF
? Seven-octave Hum wo?sl Piano, earvtd
PFEI FFFH^ .M-V?veiTi-L nrder; very cheap,
i ? Ml l EB \ * ONLllfF, l*.:u ? ht. n.w. n)yl3-lm
SALE~SIXTtfcN HEAbOFVoi No HOUSES
?* ,*roiu ^ iwuia, consi.stinirof irood drivers, workers.
I|*6r SALE BARGAIN?IN A BEAUTIEUL
nearly new Iluilet s liavis upright piano* must
acx Ju"u 110 ciu8u hoX;yk?tM!
|X?R. .sale SO HORSES, SUITABLE KB LIGHT
i7, delivery teams, ami polo ionics, these horses have
Vir.V'W.1""" 1VA#,1. ?'1 l,r"kV U-s-en at
1 -til and B sts. n.w . CENTER MARKET. inVJo-Kt*
"I^OR SALE-ONE UPRIGHT PlANo. WITH FANCY
(V.11',17n ,,l!a?'-'a11 d l'll;u,,,'rM- repeating action, cs
~ ? tone. j. .4.1, easy terms, case eillier in Rose
wood or tancy walnut. Htoo WOUCIl a CO S <?"3
<ihst. n.w. a: \!4-3nf
F?l?r.KALi'i-AT'.THE NEW YORK CARRIAGE AND
X Harness Repository. 4?i? l>a. ave. n.? , for the next
??5%dat ?^?"?"iitest Unrams ever otfered in tiic
,1W- Btufifie-. ta.ts, Wairoiis, Harness,
Lay Lobes, Whips. Halter*, Sheets. Nets, saddles.
BrnUes and stable ^(smIs, both new and sts-ond
? " a!' """ si<" k. No trouble to show goods
Pro rVeb.r rtl,,urint{ properly done. W. F.GEYEit,
?^?k.HVLI' <i'A>S KII-IN,, 1 < >N V, VKKV
M rfc^A V \w^?i 1/i?1' V ?u? lu^urtJ FUltSUKUif
jitm?Ai iuuj #thst. h.w.
K?R *A,A- A ''RAND BARGAIN, IF TAKF N AT
'"-aiilif 1 l-ir^t, iin. round, full xpiare
ttm L't ...fin0'.1110" f1' y a:'d e'abt rately hnndied,
n st , case work . .e, t.ives. rrand s. ale. mair
liinrent tone qnaiiliee, a ptiicct and ?ui*-rti instru
in. in, > |e. t lu , i, iMde Maker's jruurantce of live
K1^' " "',l1 *mc. Deeemls-r la?t. Cost
Ifc.ioo. See it and make an . ;!.-r u,r it. cash, oriuonth
!J VS><n.'tlJ S' i J1'"1 a 1, L',1''-ii and ate,, luteiy p. r
le. t. Owner lelt tne . 11> . t Is* seen at the ware
rooms ,;f iut HANu exchange.
. Iuy'" iM3Pa.??e.
~a A MAtiNll ICl.N'ILY CARVED*
X ?i??ubJe round, triple strung-, l nil aw r a lie. sweet
oned .Square Gruid to.,,, s..u,e a- u?w. wi'th em*
b^J-.e.ed c..?er und pirn" Mo..|; cost ?.?,i0; now
inj i s-''w* & ,00 i th st. n. w.
1;,|"; nuASKABLE OBAVE DESIGNS
,"^1 ! iV'" "ra ''' metal leaves and por
t lain tlo jer., also, noli \as ciook. and terra rotta
no KM m- ScHMID'B, 317 l.th at. A w
Xttil, BALE -ME1 Ks. Ml.l.Ks, Ml.l.Ks 1HVVE
X on i.ai.d and lor-ale a larwe st,s.k ol new and'sec
oiid-liaiiti . airia^.s. B..?r? l'i.aet,.nV"u. ""s, t.x
t? nsi,,ii Cabrioleties, Keiisn irtons, Load Carts, l>ay
tons, and >11 styles Ol Jlus.n. -s UaK us, llarne?
teri!^; r1-1!. }". V' &rr hl ,,nr's M,Kl ^vonii.i.slitiiiif
I . : , r " .'e 1 UI,d 111 uuy lJiurk? t- home or abroad.
l.e|.auiiiK and paintintf proi..j.;ly attended to one
selv U jl to ":-'1 ? ?l " ?.i and bee lor your*
mylO-ln,
l.Vli; SALE GRI \T RED I ClIoN IN PRICES I 6
X reduce my stock ot i;iW?it.,. Ex.-lop Phaeton*,
i-x-iop hurre\s, ? ut-l i.dir hur:ejs. Canopy- l op
\ irtoriM " i!" U* 1 i,u' U,L*' i'h-< tons,
4 .!i * i hattonr a spts iaity, ;n:U nuv tin
!' i'H kn. is i business and t.uci,s; s< 1. air, nt
lor tin Columbus Buxtry t^o. Venlcies i.o t,.,;lbie I ?
snow^ork Whetn. l JOU or no;. ,j K. 1'UuBEY,
(or.lilliatid N. av and 1V30 3L'd st n.w. aj JiltoJe4
I^OR SALE -OVER ','00 CARRIAGES new AND
I I !'?" makers Ijiidaus,
n f*'" * \icterlas. I Carts. Ni.las't rm,,
';u; KensiuKton V., /?ns, liiiirjries. l'lia. tons,
e, i i o Llaht ( oaches. Also, a larve line of
tiiie* harness. Spi, ial pric,-s t,, the trade.
*i^ivate fainuiea, desirous ot either bu\'inyor
s?liinK turnuuts, willlind it to their advantaKe to call
Vi '. ^ fseilities lor the purcuas. anil sale of
Horse*, t arnatrea. Harnesa, at,-., are ur'surpassed, and
hiriUK, siablimr and storage iaciiitn s are une
uualed by aii> establislnnent in this country vv VI K
DOW NEY. 10-0 Lat. n.w . Alanulacturcr's Alft
iuhlti-.Jiu '
J^OR SALE Positive BAhti.MNS In THK
finest upnKlit I'lanos; to exehaUKe f'.r siinare
! \ w i' K, UT""? to *>u*? r. THE 1'IANO
til "jA-Mit. the leading piano house, 013 1'a ave
I^OR SALE
? ,. JOHN M. YOUNG
?"x. ^ai f "::ur'' .^"1 "s to examine liis larire stockof
'V* *^id Second-nand Vehicles ol All Styli s, at his
? Bepositofy, 4,0 and 4S1 C st. 11. w ,
Bib.lO-Jni Rear of National HoteL
I^OR SALE?VARNISHED W AGONS;CARPRNTEBl
furniture, milk, and feed wagons, also platform
hpruiK "AixKous, earriawes and buKKies; \l sUiKes. 'J
?l'nnK carts, aud 1 i-ony cart, on easy payments
. ^ JOHN J. COOK, 3'JVC> M at.,
apfi-.sm \\ est Waahimrton.
|7<>H HAU-TH1 "OTW OAS 1 KOINE UK
M quires no boiler; avoids all expensive attendance
.BOA RDING.
rpHB ACbCRN, I'ENN(j\I.VANIA AVE, CORNER
!^^d Ht. n.w.
Cool, pleasant rooms with board at reasonable
l?ricea. my.'S-iui*
R1 A 1 ST. N W., WITH board; COOK COM
miiiiH-atiiiK'r*M?ma; eonvenitnt to<arn aud
Uf part men ts; summer rates. niyliH-IH* 1
l^OR RENT-WITH BOARD-TWO ROOMS, SEC
, ''Vf; !ie ,rou* window, alcove, cherry
inantle, with mirrora; turmshed as parlor or untur
nislied. mar park; three lines cars. 10V0 Sth at u w
iuy? / -tit* * |
?J11iE ELSMERE, 140S H ?t7" "
special suiuiner rate*. Two peraong occupyicg' same
r'K,UL- myo-lm*
'|'HE WEBSTER, 513 13TH ST. N.W., SIGHT
twVje; ""'ml to all joints of interest; new
lumiture .elegant m,uis, with board, 4t> to *10 Per
nay, ?1 to J. A. DkW ITT, Prop. JaU iju. |
Cjtreat \ alue In Silk Umbrellas
W ARRANTED FOB ONE YEAR.
100 Nobby English Silk Umbrella*, of
our own importation, with la rife, natural
Weiehael Sticks and Silk Covers.
2G incli, ?3.50.
2S-lnch, ?4.
LarKe variety In lower gTades.
auekbach k BRO.,
623 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
tnyl5-2m
O? f*:f5 AND WELT SHOES FOR GENTS
il^h^k-'1r|*f"We have a One assortment
bo^iru^'t^d'^r^iV"1 ueuueiueu'tnci>t""tf
? ?^7t* JEQ.E.ign^nw
^r,ulu ? ?i^iittk j
AUCTION SALES.
w
ARNER'8 ~
ORFAT SPECIAL 8ALF..
_ _AT WILMI NOIO.N, DEL..
w hSa1 ! * a t a 1. HHn.
THERE H\s been so MAST HORSES em eked
sale we SHALL HAVE
TO COMMENCE A8 NEAR AS
BE AK>njCMi*n ''0 O'CLOCK.
BF H\n ?\i-tIASGvJISS ARE ALWAYS TO
cnv?\?lR/?J ?PAKT OF THE SALE.
?CONTEWTS OF LIVERY STABLE
i? j ? Cotcbes, five Binrfries. one Notop
fi?rr!7?. ?* m{' C&rriaire*, seven nets Siturle
lot of ri'^iT .Metf1 Doable Hnmew,
lot of Kobe*. BlankeU.^Haly^ Stable Fixtures, fcc
. J5X In,ll!ln Fonie* (not Mnsunnl.all in u-rwl nrri.r
TwoChSJ^? **'* {n,l children to ride or drive.
T?i? v,IV i'Au'??-u?ed by children.
THE FOLUJW1NQ PROPERTY OF PRIVATE GEN
ki5db"?JSl5eALX<^ "Id. 10 hands hi?h. ?ound and
IKnSE 3Tir* bands
bUt 15 ?r'S W*'
arul blarW Mare. 6 and ? vear* old l?5
j?thercoh bnilt: Jnv" to
driven Vn^ iMT<lf0r ?""?*><*? and have teen
old!1 strandARihIRL- "Iery y*l??Wp Fill}-. 4 rears
f, w tin*es sired sound and kind; been driven a
m;1 ^ Manchester, dam. a fast pacing
1HE FOLLOWING SOU) JJT LOBDF.LL STOCK
* J*autilul (rolden-cbestnnt sorrel
10 hind's biih 1" ,d V"' foaled May 14. 1*74;
< 1 rinneIrh cm .'i ' ll 1,J'. Scolt-y's Champion, NOT. by
Mid to havs Wn^n;ll!!S I<"'1 I!',s"'# ?>?"?
consecutive ,Ihv- '>0 mites per day for several
Migrated ?in;i , W l>>" u>'y Mm?L a of the
?}}~'u- U"V* Napoleon; s.-ol.ev's
TE' 807. . sired H. in 2:30 li?t;
Hon. "%,r)e, r*Uio2?*o UlT'}W* Champion,
00.5 thVl,:&?of & tri?SF?l"7
id".VpnTl,l;!i;rr"'.7n ;,f ''Of his dams have'
isi>N simi v,iil wi trotters; Oirdinjr's Champion,
14 other? "'-ft' i"",' t:?tlo B?,y. -,V,'l and
the s re of ~ S ,.18,i1 he slrp<1 Major Lucas,
Col ..W" "? ?jO, and the dam o?
of S iii ' ????! i*', . hurley _ R. si? iH the sire
list last ie*r' i ' entered the
1 4 >??? bei'iir excelled. in this resis t, by
familv ?r l'fr "<""??>* The Champion, as a
in t ers ?in.i style and size, and are laMin*
track 7n.l"j!i f"fcUt^r"L M'"> f'"" ''??
??JT 8IIe..Pn I'" ro?d or (renernl
iim.i i ,' tt je'ofore these horses have lieen con
Whei. th. Jbree of Central New York.
.IT' tlv", "til'i'Mis t!mt have sired mote
the ,m i ?,?{ 1 l'5"b?Wy flve tiin. s their iiiunberof
th. sons and Knndsons of llambletonlan slml 11
of th'is fsVifiiV;'i1 *?rrtl V'""' ,vll? k,low tl!" 'nerlts
2f.,'{ ' . to be ouo (,f the best fcons of
inmiuul'j '1 l"'w, '1VUI^ He was handled for
wh!i- t!m.! f, t years old, and trotted m eiuce
* ,!h tim? he has l*>en kept in the stud He *etn line
a i 'mvp1-??( w,|I' U will l?. sf en on clay of sale.
i,i'.i .. 1 w,i Stallion, 4 ve.ns ol.l, 1 .M. hands
""1"'-t Kr."lJ K K..11 ,.i IxxiiM Nai oleon, the
- ?fr^U,;f Vt1'.,' ..VT"r 4' Chief, Olid
., .,-7 l, Ba> t hief, will, wns the sire of Lyman
AIU-m M.ire of unknown bre. dn-e'.
fJlt til V ""J"1."ty'e.atul shows evdence of lsimf
broken sfiiile"0 a" klu<l in dottble harness, not
1 ?!LAL^; }n\ 1>la< li points, foaled May 22.1HS8.
Ie> ? haml? lup-Ji; Hir?- 'Cayuga Chaiiipjoii," ">008 a
( JieHtnut 8talli??ii, tul! 1? han.N biWi. of *roid
i"arie "v 'rvl'.nn !"U8,'ul*V dcvclopm. nl; his colts nre
, i I ? j,!'>' thoitiinrli-l.reilH. he n;is by
i il?? i? ''innKipn, sti, . his dam w?s the noted mare
Li/ne Kennedy by Andy J.v nsoii. sou .if old Henry
Cliluuri'In*1-?"'was old Jennie, bv Uriniiell's
1. .1 ? 5 "?f* Chainpioti |K<ssesses the IiI.khI <,f
a,Va C1?W 'Tin,Hated |s.d,i.-re^ fnr.
application.? I he dam of Dave a Virvinia
style, but unknown breeding
? } fouled >Iay S, l.shs. 1 :(?? hands lou-h
Sire ??(?ayiiKu Champion." See No :A,t!itl.Juv'
Kate bv"c"' i. H'K'. latve bay mare, out of l'aynter
hate, lis <?H,rire, a Per; heron or Clv.l. sdule l orv
iTcvMs'\rr*V\l^kc fiiii--i\i. ?
i " | , ' I"* Mure, foaled Septeniljer L'!l, ]SS:i, I ,VV
K f I"'111, K""V ?'.v fieti'l Kii..*;.laiu
{ M.oHj.by imp. irustee. .May Hy's daiu
ui? k l)ick - y Mess, n?er- Helen's dam waa by
ANNIE KNOX,lieautiftilbrown Marc. 15Iiandshiirli
foalwl April l?, |nsi . sir,, in l.iw.ire Knox; 1st <lam
''y Noble's Hdinlilet.niaii, by Harris'
Hanihletopiaii. by Lishop - Hanibietonian, bv Mes
s''i,,"r. -d dam the Ethan stone mare Annie, is broken
sinKle and doin.l, ; serv.il May V by Sjoi a son.f
""d atlpposed to lie in fou?
WALLAt L MARK AN I' CdLT, brown Mi. re, years
I' , .1 4f i'" I* ,1>rh- unknown. )>erlwlly
jrt-ntle. safe for lady to drive; her eolt is bv Cavnia
( haini.ion, ..IMW;coll f??l,,l .Mi.y4.ou May 0 she was
?erve.! aKain b> Ca>iiKa,aiid le lieved to Is-in f,.il
\ IhUlNlA. hay Mar., 144, hands hvh. brccliiiK un
roadster "? siutfle *ud double harness andatfo.xl
AiiNES. bay Mare, foaled April, IKS*., 15 hands
lnsdi. s;:e irifes, a IVrcher. n horse; dam u mare of
(freat spirit and endurance. -he is sound anil lias been
used j*st two months by children.
HL( K\, bay VI a re. foaled April 14, 1SS0; sire Del*,
ware Knox, dam Kate; she is MUind and kind ifissl
"ItAHlli o?"|U ; "vi "'rlect h.rse for ladv.
HARll VI.A, Iwj Mare, t.mled May, I ssO. l.,i.4 binds
hikh. Sired b> Delaware Knox; has good trotting ac
tion ; she is sound. ^ "
CARIOE, hay Mare, foaled May, 1S77. 15 hands
lm-'h; sire Gen. shen.ian; 1st dam In Scols y's Ch un
pi..11, SO, ; '.d dam. S. 'I H? thoroiit'hbie.l (i. u sh. r
iVol'ol mv i'i |,y s>lv,8terUeiiham Ilia, k Hawk
of cataloin' eV y* J t urold- *lK Albert, No. -0
SADIE HELL AND BONNY HELL, Chiuootewrue
po'lj Mare and Colt, by Delaware Km.x. they are
foaled j!l?y tl lShtT a lll": te"U U*elbur; lhe ^'t was
BARON, bay (iel.linir, foaled April. 1 SSO, 14 hands
Ad.h..: no! aa,u IiK u tui1 Mau'r >"
"KN, lion irray Oeldiuif. foaled April !I0, 1SS0 ltsw i
hands hiKli. sire (,eoive, 1' r. heron h,,rse; dam Nell *
McNiilty, a mare o? i-ical elidurance he his tine stele '
and shows evidence of speed; willuiikeuXe^rriaie
or coach horse; sound and kind. ?M
BRAVO, blood ba> (ieldinv. lualed- May, !SS0, 15U
hands high; by Delaware Km.*; this y.,tinir h. rse is I
ant?kmi'(U*","e'"" '' "'d *dl trot last, sound
i.,V'rl!("; *'a3'' geldiw. foaled May .'10, 1KS0,15U
I Lh vecv '?u if ?"l2WttP'tK"Vs' lle w"' "1 Iiands
L'i'mi: so,,,,d a"J
BLAZE, bay tiel.limr 15 himds hitrh foaled Inlv
^ .V v".""'1 ?' ' 'rt or expres. liul'se
lssr ,!lttyi i ?|1'^ IumIi; loali .l January,
lua ^Z'iluw s,> ; SUoU,a ,uakt-14 lJt
4{V i 1"? Iiands hi?-h, foaled
I' ill iT No. ll? of caittlotfUr ?
double y C<t'loit llja driven
l \WLEY PHIPP8, aleel irray Oeld.mr, 15'-4 hands
linfu, foaled J.iuiiarj, Ish., , ]? "l.l i aiup, ..n, ' inn I
oh is large ot I.u >t>i , Kc.wi trottmc act.oil; will
(Oi ?I\! k'l 'v ,'S'- ? nux tieeu drivel! double.
, | i , K'^ oa> .idi'.fc', 1..ale.I January. ls?;, 141.,
uaiiub ; has 4lri\ ?.*n aouhle
ALSt>, 1 It K E AN I 1 ACI.SO HORSE
i i 1 ^ *'MrK ^aiid? iuifh, c xcfpUMir rnrh
whu-li U;.s never hurt tut i, is .sound and iiiiul i? i ?
used.,.. !!" r.", hy ? l .dy. got record on hali-iuile
tr<K k . ?<< . trial it* 2x(4 <*.111 mill u ? ?
ljjilo tra< k in 0: uoes not liitf or (>nii on Uu'Vi'
driVr's With or u-irlinnt lilii..!-, - Iv .4 ! 111
r*'(??ni oil liajj-iiii
tra< k trial to-wavroii, J.,J4.can jmll w?4^rt?.i ?
liiile track 111 uoe not Jntr or l-ull on tin* liit*
hnuouVh.'1;."..!ltl,oul bliuUa; bjt ??u ii
ALSO, FOLLOVVIXO. HOUSKSsEROM THE GREA1
JI'LIA IVI.X. foaled i^>7:*, >,iu-h
and kind: drives wnij or vvitiiout i.liiuis; sate tor any
.. . ?/.. .. % w uanuiunr? cau
1in t belt? r tiian ; 11 |?ut m condition win Ui, very
la. t; S. 1 U. i?> I,,111 ii .1." 1st 1 lam Js 1 U i,\ !
Pulaski; tills inarc jm a WotoU r. * b> llllKU
KhNlK, hay niiy loale.i L^si, ]r,hands hjirh ? ?>v
Haiulin'.-i Aiuu?nt, Jr., 1n7s#% son of Almont i!f/ i
Nye m,r., bv son of VlM*
broken sii:(rle and tlouhh , lieen us.-.l .ti,? I
ls.1.1, p arlesadriver. can draw a wag..n lietter than ':t
iiuimte gait; ,ae is j .-n.vtlj i.a,.,l ,
altru-t htunuouwliei-ev. r*di. .In s ,
Jr., J -.ire <u 1- lie liamim, i. . ,Xu ?? ?Vli '
Justina. and oiiu i.-. i :. i i .
liyr"", I?.d> Itvrt.e, V amf Vhe ,Vi." s' f
K.lv.iii I . j-: -1 ?-?*, Lulu Judd. Nef ie t
and Larki.i, ?" i .ic v-.,
JEi.ltV, hay OeliluiL'. loali.l 1SS5. 15X hands lllt-li
by l'iowman. sonol Imp. Uodue Scotland K. I
Morgan mace, heisag.sxl Ur.v. i, hroueii sim-le iud
d..unie, nas no tricks a,.,I is gentle for a>0m? h!.rse
11 V" Oe.du.K, loal.i INS., |.,u lap'da
high, by Piowiu-n, son oi Imp. Bonnie Scotijnd is?
u..m a Morgan inar, ; lie is a good driver, single or
uoiiole; no incks or vices. c/r
I U.UA k ^ Welding, foaled 18S2. 15? hinds
h;gh. w, II broken Mi.g.c or .loui.le, and as hne a n ad
sterols any one ever drew rems over; sound and adl
ha',i1ii!i^?.^RAi^rrr1f,,Vd!^,r;.rh:idd b^r/!v1 -v*
a ?ry ane el'acb m'mnw^ W,li ",akc
Rli LKMAN, lay Ueidiiig, fooled 1SS0. 15*. hmnls
high, Sound and kind, spina in ?ne leg. can U* dnven
by a lad} , and sped a - 4.1 Rait; mred by a sou of Ln
nelu, dam by a hoii ot AIUou. 4
EljVNKj dapple gray Yielding, foaled 1SS4 l",w
hands nigh, by Denmarii, dam by Cable's
this 18 an extra saddler, i.a, all tuc uaits. wn'icl a^e Lo
pure an,1 tn.:tionleaa that. makes him verv des nible
lle"JtU tU nJc; lie Periectly
BE1.LK, k brown Mare, foaled INS- 10 hands hk-h
bj Vcrico,by Viudes. 1st dam by Blood's VV hip this
is a grand ...are, smooth and beautifully trailed ami
audulUIgla". a"?ct8a^" ^ ^ attention; iiuiid
BELMONT, bay (ielding, foale.1 IHS4, 15V hands
high . by Belinoni. 04, he by Abdallah, 15. ana sin^oi
. '. ~ 'S^, Wedgewood, 'J.l;i, Viking, " I'M.
and IS others in or U tier; dan. oi tills rT'I Io.^
Jennie (.lam ofEaily Rese, by WanPs^'yJ
< loud; he was broken last tall, has a good way oil',.
lUg. somewhat inclined to pace; will make a great
roadster and will no doubt learn to go last.
Bl.RT. a chestnut Ueidiiig. 8 years old, 15V hands
if ; M."u}aaud kind; yery gentle, an elegantsaddier
sate loi a lady ; this tellow is a beauty. '
MAIXjE Mll.LEK. Utcultl) 'J.IJim,
, SI ANDARD AND RKOISXERED
1 BEL11.V K'1IIA 1' '1II1S MAKE, IE PROPERLY
HAND!.ED 1 His SEASON, HILL PROVE IIKit
and V id or U likcH, 2.^0. 1st dam Kit,oy C?lc??lH'?^TiTio^,
hire r?i 1 hi! h hen dan, ; 'Ju dam uy tin- Jin?ll I
lioihe, b> u MertsciiKer hornc; Creei?? r, byCottriil .Mor- I
Kaii, Hire of dam of Wesimont, -.M by hill * Uittek l
Ilu\\k. Mad^c was broken when .1 ><-ars old, was used 1
lor oiisiness i?ur|'oses until last season, wiieu slie was '
worked aU>ut iu weeks and started in a race; uon in
hImw coiu|ian>. llie u* xt week started ayaiii and
drove a horse out iu hmce then )tr oWner
U/*td lier uu the road, bhe is perfect in qualities, fear
less and aafe ior anyone to s|>eed; wiii trot a irood
squarej three-in mute jrait ??n the road, and WhJn
pushed to a j?aee her Knit is perfect, bhe is a krood
M{wfUau4Jl lli"e r u quarter in 34 seconds
f ~ V f?* u KF0?1 wllttl A ^?ve seen and heard ol this
mare 1 think she is a wonder and will beat 5J*lu this
season ii she has a chance. *
ALSO,
Tramps, can show 2.3u WMit; Essex can trot in 2 35
or better, a line bay road horse.
ALSO,
A pair ol finely bred roadsters. Mare and Oeldinc ^
y?*rs old, hands tii^'h; can show close to "I imn
utea to x?ole; both sired by \\ jilu,' Hambletomaii.
ALyu.
poses'*^ number ot ollier "or?e?. suited to all pur
ii W. V. WARNER.
Oood Templars In Session.
The bieuuiul session of the Iiight Worthy
, ra", ,r ^u t',t ludepc'udent Order of
l . niP'urB opened yesterday in the First
Methodist Kpisco|iiil church, Chicago, W. \V.
ut Scotland, IliK'ht Grand Worthy
Chiet Templar, culled the convention to order.
A round of applaune wan accorded each for
eign delegate a3 the uuiuett were called.
Ine annual report hIiowh that the organiza
tion tiun u membership of over three-ouarterH
?tf a- u""'ou mattered all over the globe, and
that it has accomplished great reHults in the
matter of promoting temperance since the last
convention. Financially it is in excellent
shape. Latit night the twenty-one local lodges
united in giving the delegates a brilliant recep
tion.
Judge Corn, of Wyoming, has rendered an
important decision in the district court nt Kaw
lins, holding that the Edmunds act does not
re-establish woman's right ol dower in any ter
ritory except Uuh.
THE INSURANCE CONVENTION.
Two Meetings Held and Various Topics
'DbcuMtd this Morning.
The mutual insurance men in convention at
the National hotel divided into two camp* this
morning. There was no hostility among them
but the accident insurance men had matters to
discuss that had no earthly interest whatever to
the life insurance men. and the life insurance
men had statistics to read and questions of pro
posed legislation to talk orer that did not con
cern the accident men a particle, and in fact
would be likely to bore them. So the life men
held possession of the large parlor adjoining
the ordinary, and President Eldridge looked
wisely down from a dais, through his gold
spectacles upon the keen-witted actuaries and
insurance managers, who talked glibly of equa
tions. valuations, mortalitv tables, legal reserves
and percentages, as if their brains had been
nourished on figures and logarithms. A num
ber of the topics on the program were dis
cussed and disposed of during the day.
The representatives of accident association*
met in room 32. where their deliberations were
presided over by David Murray, ot the Equita
ble association, of Bitigharotou, S. Y. Among
those present were I>r. D. J. ^n Anken. of the
Manufacturers' Accident company, of Geneva.
N. Y.: Kfm. ISrn. Smith, of the United States
Mutual Accident association, of New York;
Frank K. Kohler, of the People's Mutual Acci
dent association, of Pittsburg: Benj. F. Dyer,
of the New England Mutual Accident associa
tion. of Boston; A. X. Lockwood, of the Provi
dent Fund society, of New York; T. S. Quincy,
of the Mutual Accident Association of the
Northwest, Chicago; \V. J. Johnson. American
Accident association. Nashville. Tenn.; A. B.
Smith, of the Metropolitan Accident associa
tion. of Chicago.and H.N. Kingsbury, of the Odd
Fellows' Accident association, of Westfield,
Mass. Mr. Smith acted as secretary. This
morning the subject of emergency fund was
discussed. This afternoon the members of the
convention, at the invitation of representatives
of mutual insurance associations here, will
take a drive to the points of interest about the
dity.
WITH RACQUET AND BALL.
The Spring Tournament of the South
ern Lawn Tennis Association.
There is great interest in tennis circles in the
coming spring tournament of the Southern
lawn tennis association. It will be held on the
4th of June and following days on the grounds
of the Bachelor club, ut the northwest corner
of 17th and P streets. The executive commit
tee of the association are actively engaged in
perfecting the arrangements for the tourna
ment. which it is expected will be one of the
most successful ever held in this District.
There is a large number of players who have
attained a high degree of skill in the game,
and tho competition will be close and exciting.
OUTSIDE 1'LAYERS COMING.
Tho Baltimore clubs and those in Wilming
ton, Pel., will send a number of representatives,
and Mr. Laird, the English player, who now
lives in Winchester, Va., be invited to take part
in the tournament. Mr. Post, of Baltimore,
now holds the championship of the association,
will play the winm r of the first prize in the
singles for the championship cup which he now
holds. This cup has been held by Mr. Bonsai
for one year. Last year it came into the pos
session of Mr. Post, who must hold it against
all comers for three successive years.
THE IIOME FUTEU8.
Mr. Beech, whose playing in the Highlands
tournament last year will be remembered, is
now a member of tho Bachelor club, in this
city. He will enter the tournament and will
plav with Mr. McCawley. Mr. Woodward will
play with Mr. John Davidson. Messrs. Borden
ami Borden will represent the Capital club and
and Messrs. Boag and Byrnes the West End
club. Other entries will be announced as made.
THE PHIZES.
The executive committee have selected the
prizes, which are very handsome. The first
prize in the singles will be an elegaut French
traveling cloak, valued at $65. The second
prize will be a pair of combined opera and
lield glasses of handsome design, valued at r JJ.
For tlie winners ol' the first prize in the doubles
a pair of bronze and brass pedestal lamps of
elaborate pattern have been selected. The
winners of the second prize will be presented
with a silver flask and a pair of solid silver
clothes brushes. The prizes have been pur
chased from funds in the treasury of the asso
ciation, and the committee believe that their
selections will meet with the approval of the
players.
THE ENTRIES
for the tournament will close promptly at 10
o'clock on the morning of the 3d of June.
There will be a fee charged for admission to
the grounds, and ample arrangements will be
made for the accommodation and comfort of
spectators.
Ileal Estate Matters. j
Among the deeds recorded yesterday were a
number from liodger* & Stcllwagen, trusti es,
couveyiug lots in the new Kalorama heights i
subdivision. To Mary A. Spencer is deeded lot
IK. block 11. iiud lot 8, block 13. for s9,305.'.'5:
H. P Marshall lot 'J, bloek 7. for $6,250. and l>,t
8, block 5, *6.673.55; J. E. Berry lot 5. block 6.
12. and 13. block 15, for ?8,625; H. K. Viele lots
4. 8. and 9, block 10, and 6. block 16. 9l3.220.6S;
P. F. 1 hompson, 1. block 5, 33. block 8; 3 to 5,
block 21. 5rl4.6tHi.32, and lot 11, block 13, ?4.*7.),
and these are deeded to E. G. liiglit for nomi
nal considerations.
Isaac N. Rollins has bought, for $12,200. of
H. Clay Stewart et aL. subs 28 to 30. square340,
77 by ?J2 feet, on 10th. between M and N streets
northwest.
Catherine Landis has bought, for 85,700. of
Leon E. Taulbee. sub C. square 786. 20 by 110
feet, on A. bi tween 3d and 4th northeast.
Elizabeth H. Sclienck lias bought, lor 55,600,
of E.J. Hannon, subs 71 and 72. square 76.
26.66 by 70 feet, on L, between 20th and 21st
northwest.
Susanna Fletcher has bought, for ?6.000, of
Kate Lauglilin. sub lots A. B. C and part D.
square 43. fronting 84 feet on 24th street and
4M.i? on Virginia avenue, and 65 feet on G street
northwest.
ANACOSTIA.
Social Notes.?A very pleasant social event
was the reception given at their Jefferson-street
residence Monday night bv Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Chase, the occasion being the sixteeuth birth
day anniversary of their eldest daughter. Miss
Estelle Chase. " Thirty of her intimate friends
were present, including several from Washing- i
ton. Miss Chase was the recipient of numer
ous presents. The entertainment given at 1
Gray s hall last night by the Willing Workers of |
Emanuel Episcopal church was very success- j
fill, the standing-room being crowded. The !
literary exercises were very pleasing. Ke- I
fresliments were served. Miss Ellic Darling.
who has had a pleasant and profitable season
with an opera troupe on the southern circuit,
returned yesterday to spend the summer with
her people here.
Miscellaneous.?There was quite a lively
auction sale of realty in Shannon Place yester
day evening, several lots being disposed of to
Washington people. About 15 cents per square
foot was reached. Mr. 11. L. Greenhood, of
this place, chef at the Biggs' House, has ac
cepted a like position with Frank Jones, at
Portsmouth, N. H.. and will soon begin in his
new field. Nearly 100 teams and twice as
many people were detained about an hour on
the bridge over the Eastern branch at this
place this forenoon while a pile driver was try
ing to get through the draw. The tower caught
several times on the raised part of the bridge,
and a tug was busy trying to tack it through.
To Philadelphia is 3 Hours.?The B. A O.
is the only line running train* from Washing
ton to Philadelphia in three hours, and nothing
extra is charged for fast time. Pullman equip
ment on all trains.?Advt.
THE AMERICA'S CUP.
Notice to the Royal Yacht Squadron
that the New Deed Must Stuud.
From tho New York Sun, To-day.
In to-day's mail for Europe is the America
cup committee's final letter to the Bojral Yacht
squadron, drafted on Monday and mailed yes
terday, after a meeting of the committee at
Chairman James D. Smith's oflice. To avoid the
possibility of the English yachtsmen hearing
the contents of the letter by cable before it
reaches them by mail the committee will not
give it out for publication for at least a week.
Commodore Smith says the letter is a brief but
quite important one. It is understood that all
conditions likely to lead to further complica
tions have been waived, but no concessions
have been made in the matter of the deed of
gift, the committee insisting, it is said, that if
the Valkyrie wins?something highly improba
ble according to their present forecast of the
battle?the America's cup shall be held subject
only to the terms of the new deed of gift. This
is really fairer play for the foreign club than if
tiley held it under the old deed, but up to the
present time they hart failed to Me it in that
THE TUCKER APPOINTMENT.
The Exploded Assassination Slwdrr.
Vuhlnrtna Correspondence Haltimorr Son.
Mr. Tucker never heard of John Wiikos
Booth nntil after the death of Linroin. ana
there cou'.d be no stronger reply to the indict
ment against him and his friend* than was con
tained in the powerful address to the people of
the United State* which he published at the
time. Although the Presldeiy laat night on
the spur of the moment pcrmitfe-d himself to
be induced to withdraw the announcement of
the appointment of Mr. Tucker, it it to be
> hoped that he will not finally yield to influences
actuated only by the most ignoble motives
! motives as far from any feeling of honor and
patriotism as the earth is from the sun.
Mr. Tucker was an original Union man: be
opposed secession until the last moment, and
. from Liverpool, where he whs consul-general.
I uutil the advent of the Lincoln administration.
, he wrote hundreds of letters to his friends in
? Virginia counseling adherence to the Union.
lint when secession came he went with his state
I and his kindred, as did many another brave
j and true Union man. With a brief intermis
{ sion. he was engaged in the diplomatic service
of the confederacy either 111 Europe or in Can
\ adn during the whole period of the war. On
hi* return after the war he was one of the very
, first of the prominent men of the south to ac
cept the situation. This is so well understood
j and appreciated that although the staonchest
| of democrats, he numbers among his personal
friends scores and scores of the most
prominent republicans of the north.
He has had close personal ln
' tiniacy with Mr. Blaine for at least fifteen
'? Tears. The late Pr< siilent Garfield held huu
! in high esteem, as does ex-President Haves.
; This is not the first time that Mr. Tucker has
j been tendered a position under republican ad
I ministrations. At the special request of Mr.
| Sherman, when the latter was Secretary of the
Treasury, Mr. Tucker formed one of a eoni
missien sent to San Francisco to examine the
important operations of the sub-treasury and
mint in tlint city. Under the administration
of Mr. Hayes he was selected by the State
department for a delicate and responsible
confidential mission, and the report which
he made, now on the files of the depart
ment. was pronounced by Mr. Hayes to be
one of the ablest and most satisfactory
papers he had ever perused. There is a let
ter ill exist, uce written by the late Mr. Hunt.
Secretary of the Navy under Garfield. In his
letter Mr. Hunt described a scene in cabinet.
He said a good many appointments had been
decided upon, when the composition of the
board of \ isitors to the naval academy at An
napolis was taken up. Some member of the
cabinet proposed the name of Col. Tucker.
President Garfield clapped his hands and said:
"Put him down; that is the best appointment
we have made to-day." So President Harrison
has the example ol his distinguish, d predeces
sor before hliu, and it he finally concludos to
give Mr. Tucker his commission he need uot
feel under the necessity of handing it to him
with a pair of tongs.
CIVIL SERVICE IRREGULARITIES.
How the Law Is Evuded In New York
Custom-House Appoint merits.
At a meeting of the board of civil-service
i commissioners, in New York yesterday. Com
missioner Roosevelt submitted a r< |>ort to the
effect that the civil-service examinations in
New York during the past two or three years
had been conducted in a manner warranting
some action ou the part of the commission far
more severe than censure. He cited several
canes win re arrangements had been made with
F. K. Davis anil M. C. Terhune, clerks in the
examining board, to secure copies of the civil
service papers, and how, as the result of such
schemes, caudnlates have passed with flying
colors. Two papers of one man. Nathaniel
Fowler, who passed in this way. were exhibited
to the commission. Another set of papers waa
not in the handwriting of the man whose name
was ou thtm.
Iieputy Collector \Ym. S. Searing was
. vesterday requested by Collector Er
hardt to resign and did so. He told
the collector that he believed in the theory
that the victors should enjoy the spoils, and
would abide by the logic of that theory, llarry
N tan wood, nephew of Secretary Blame, will
take charge of Mr. Searing's division.
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IT WAS POISON FOR CATS.
Tile Medicine Mrs. May brick Is Accused
of (living Her Husband.
The inquest over the body of Mr. Mavbrick,
w hose death is supposed to have been caused
by poison administered by his wife, was begun
in t,iver|M>ol y.-terday. Michael Mavbrick.
brother of ihe deceased, testified he had visited
his brother during his illness, and had warned
Mrs. Mavbrick that he suspected his brother
was receiving improper treatment. The wife
insisted upon her right to nurse her husband.
Witness thereupon summoned two doctors and
a new nurse. He also seized a bottle contain
ing br.iudy and extract of meat. At a later
visit witness touud Mis. Mavbrick changing the
contents ami label* of medicine bottles. He
remonstrated with her and asked her how she
; ?! ire do such a thing. She replied that there
Was sediment 111 th? bottles. \V itllesa again
caused a change of nurses to be made. Not
withstanding his precautions, however, his
brother gi w worse and died in a short time.
He was delirious toward the end. After his
death the nurse gave witness a parcel labeled
??Arsenic?poison for cats." It contained sev
eral bottles, iu which was a white- thud, and
from which the labels had been erased. Wit
J ness placed the bottles uuder seal and gave
i them to the police.
Alice Japp. a nurse, who had charge of the
Mavbrick children, produced a letu r which was
addressed to a man naiued Brierlv. in Liver- '
pool, and which was given to witress to post by
Mrs. Mavbrick, the prisoner. While on her
way to do this, witness dropped the letter iu
the mud. The envelope ?as soiled, and wit
ness opened the letter with the intention of
placing it in another envelope. The following
sentences attracted her attention:
??Dearest, my husband is sick unto death. ;
All depends upon how long his strength cau
hold out. Hurling. relieve your mind of all
fear of discovery now or in the future. Iu any
case, do not leave England until 1 see you once
again."
Witness, instead of posting tlic letter, gave it
to Edwin Mavbrick. After Mr. Mavbrick died,
witness fojud in the linen closet a box rolled
up in a sheet. The box belonged to Mrs. May
brick. and contained a package of powder la
beled poison.
JJLEvideucu was given to the effect that Mrs.
Mavbrick bought a quantity of arseuical fly
papers. and that she apparently tampered with
j the patient's food and medicines. Ou one occa
sion the deceased reproached his wife, saying,
j "How could you do itV"
Other witnesses testified to the wife's hatred
of the deceased and to her threatening to give
it to him hot for publicly upbraiding her.
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THE QUEEN'S DRAWING-ROOM.
Minister and Mrs. Lincoln Will Attend
To-Day and Present Many Americans.
| The New York Ikrald's special London cable
says: The number of visitors at the American
legation this week has been uuprecedentedly
large. bushels of letters arrive by every
steamer in carc of the legation for distinguished
Americans in London. Among the callers yes
terday were George M. Pullman, Senator
MacPherson, of New Jersey; H. L. Horton and
J. 8. Morgan, the bankers; Mrs. Sartoris (Nellie
Grant-Sartoris, daughter of General Grant),
Anson l'helj>s Stokes and William R. Grace, the
ex-mayor of New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln will to-day attend a
drawing room at the Buckingham palace. The
minister will present in the diplomatic circle
Mr. Robert McCormick. of Chicago, second
secretary of the legation: Major Post, of the
United States army and military attache; and
Lieutenant Buckingham, of the United States
navy, and naval attache to the legation.
Mrs. Lincoln will also present in the diplo
matic circle her daughter, Miss Lincoln, and
Mrs. Robert McCormick, wife of the second
secretary of the legation. Iuthe general circle
Mrs. Lincoln will present Miss Josephine
Chamberlain, of Cleveland, Ohio; also Miss
Grace, daughter of Mr. Wm. R. Grace.
One of the visitors at the legation and an old
friend of the minister said to-day that Mr. Lin
coln was kepv verv busy attending to his busi
ness and the social duties of his position. His
engagements already cover every evening for
next week. Secretary White also has much to
do now that Americans are arriving by thou
sanls.
Baron and Baroness Yon Bncrow have met
and made up in New York, and are now aa
happy and as loving as when they spent the
earlipst days of their honeymoon together.
The relatives of the lady in Baltimore are as
tonished that she should live with the
baron again.
A very interesting sight is to watch a minis
ter try to open a car window. The dramatic
?Sect cornea Iron what he do?a t ??/.?Mfk
THK ASSKMBLV KM>F.D.
(losing Act* of the !*ir?ln 1 iri?n? la
New York Lh*( Kvnlig.
At the afternoon traion of tho Presbyterian
general mmMj' in Now York yesterday. after
the report of TMr Stas had closed. I?r. Crosby
got a motion adopted explanatory of the vota
on the prohibition question which *m taken
Monday. Thin motion wa* to the effect that
while tin vote favored prohibition it wm not
to be U>oked upon a* expressing any political
sentiment whatever.
The resolution, which waa adopted on M*
day by a vote of li*3 to *2. i? as follow*:
That the g< ueral assembly, in re
i affinniiiij the deliverance of former assemblies,
calla attention to the deliverance of l!?J, * hi h
; says: 'That we earnestly recommend to the
tuiuisters and congregation* iu our coun< etion,
aud to ail other*, to pen** ere in vig.>roue
effort* untii law* shall In enacted in every state
and territory of ourt?elo?ed country prohibit
ing entirely a traffic which the principal
cauae of drtinkeu* *a. atid it* nnw<'i}Ui ut
pauperism. crime. taxation, lamentation. of
war aud ruin to the l>odie* aud m>ul* of nun,
with which tin* coantrv ha* *o lone been
affli. ted' "
The committed on place of meeting an
nounced that they had "elected Saratoga
Spring* a* the place where the in xt assembly
would 1m- held, aud the date of the meeting to
be the third Thursday of May. 18M. Thin waa
agreed to.
llev. 1>. 8. Allison, of Pittsburg. a? chairman
of the correspondence cominitte.. submitted a
report Haying that the committee asked (ha
aanctioD of the aasrmhlv m tn? ltitig the various
Protestant bodies to join the Presbyterian* iu
| establishing a college at San Paulo. Hrszil,
similar to the H<>l>ert* collect at Constantinople
and the Ryan college. IVyrout, Syria. 1 ha
proposal of the committee vat adopt* d by tha
assembly.
He v. l?r. Edward G. Thurher. of the synod
of Niw York, mid ( ol. F'.lliot 1 Sin |?ard sere
appointed delegates to att> lid the international
| Sunday school conference, to be held ib Put is
next September.
The standing and specialj.commitU.-cs wera
then discharged.
Next followed the calling of the roll. Out of
' the 51'.' member * of the assembly ii.Ti answered
to their name*.
| Those who received vote* of thank* wera
i Moderator \V. C. Roberta, Mated Clerk >\ m. li.
j Koberts. the trustees of Dr. Crusbv's church,
| where the meetings were held; Piwtmaster
! Y.incott. who afford* d sjavial facilities to tha
delegates; Col. ShejMird. for hi* hospitality;
Princeton college, t nion theological *? ininary,
and the Sew York newspaper*.
THE (.LOMISfi Ul Ml UK*.
Dr. Crosby spoke of the good done to
New York city, which he said. was full of
sin. by the presence of the members of tho
assembly.
Moderator Roberts then said: "Father* ami
brethren. I cannot express niv feelings at tho
clone of the session of this assembly without
thanking you for the patience and forlx aranco
and kindness you have shown to me. A
brother told me as he went out of the church,
| just after my election to the post of modera
tor. that he sympathised with me, becausa
when the aisetnl ly would be brought to a close,
j it 1 would not be altogether dead, there would
? be very little of tile left. 1 thank vuur patience,
I forbearance aud assistance that 1 am still alive.
I This has bem the most rcn. arkable assembly I
have ever attended -of course every
moderator says that but 1 mean it. It
i has been a wise assembly: we had uo profes
] sioual talkers here. There are men among
I you whose voice has not been heard except
| when voting, aud then it was b< ard most eft. et
I ually. You have. 1 think, a good deal of what
in tiie country places is called 'good, hard horaa
sense.' I thank vou. brethren, and thank those
who assisted me tu my duties, aud it we do not
< all meet again ou earth 1 hope w< 11 meet again
in the Oeueral Assembly of our Great Father."
Loud applause followed the moderator*
speech, and then the entire audience sang tho
fourth and fifth vers* * of the SHith hymn in tha
Presbyterian Hymnal. When the singing
ceased the moderator offered prayer and bene
diction. and his last words closed the 101st Gen
eral Assembly of the Presbyterian church of
the L*uited States of America at exactly 10 IS
o'clock.
"IT WAS A COWAltIVS ACT."
What Mrs. Smith Says ?>f the Lnte Kev,
I>r. hrhorr.
Mrs. Margaret M. Smith, the woman whose
letters the late Iln?. L?r. Schorr sent to the New
York WorM before he committed suicide, has
j been interviewed at her home in lhiltimore.
i She said: "The letters as published were truej
j but Mr. Schorr's sending the love letter* to a
newspaper was the act of a coward, aud waa
done because I would never marry him. At
the time 1 wrote them 1 really did care for
I him. but I told him 1 could not marry him. I
was a woman much old <r than Mr. Schorr; in
fact, be was a boy to uie. I anew nothing of
his family, and he would ii.? ver tell me any
thing about them. Ills continued attentions
wou my regard and I did learu to love him, but
always told hiui 1 could never marry him. I
think he was crazy, anl hi* act in sending iny
: letters and picture to a u< wnpaper was the act
ot a coward. The lust paragraph iu tfce news
paper is absolutely false and was writleu m a
? pint of reveuge."' She referred to thi* ram
bling letter:
Satoday. May 25. 1HK9.
It is nearly Sunday morning. 1 aiu a desp? r
ate man. because Mrs. Margaret M. Smith haa
deceived tue. She became engaged to me. aud
when 1 objected to certain of her actions with
other mm she was mad, and said she was in
dependent of me. She is a miserable, decep
tive woman. She treated the llev. Mr. Pond,
of Philadelphia, iu the same way. Indeed,
claiming that she loved me. she p< rsuad< d mo
to write the letter of rejection to iinu. Il?- con
sidered himself her engaged lover for live
years, and yet in all that time she has been a
gay woman. She will talk at?out the untruth I
told of J. H. Flagler of her lit the presence of
C. W. Ileucdlct, but she made Ule promise I
would lie to Mr. Ilenedict about Mr. Flagler *
relation to me so she could gt t 11. in diet in her
power (I expect.) Like a fool 1 did.
(Signed* H. G. S.
Mrs. Smith is a rich widow, forty years of
age. tall aud slender, and has very dark expres
sive eyes and black hair. Hev. Ml'. Schorr was
twenty-nine. The last rite* of the church o?er
the young clergyman took place yesterday, and
the body was consigned to the tomb in lialU
more cemetery.
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KNGLIsIl DKIVIXG HINTS.
Writers In the ltodniliiton Library Tell
How to l>rlve.
From the New York Sun,
Hints for driving of an unusually authorita
tive character are found iu the Hadmiutou se
ries volume ou that art. from the jteus of sev
eral contributors of recognized competence.
The Duke of lleaufort. for instance, says that
the whip should be held at the collar, the silver
plate about ten inches from the end. Two
handed driving is protested against. ''Tha
right hand has uo sort of business to touch tha
reins, except for the purpose of shortening or
lengthening one or both of them, or of sup
porting the left hand should it require
assistance," such as holding a puller
or in turning. For driviug four horsea
"the driving hand tthe left) should be straight
in the center of your bodj . with the knuckles
of your hand to the front aud your forearm
cxsctlv square to the upper urm." Then,
??having seated himself on tlie box. the coach
man should put both his feet close together.
His left hand should be about where the top of
his trousers would come--that is. the fort arm
City nearly or absolutely horizontal tha
d almost, if not quite*. iu the center of the
body, with the back of the lingers and his
knuckles straight to the front." Another con
tributor, L0fd Algernon St. Maur, says: "As
to your reins, they should be held as near your
heart as possible.'if you happen to have one;
if uot. where your heart ought to be." Hie ex
pounder of taiidem driving is Lady Georgian
Cur son.
Kentucky Official* Indicted.
?x-Treasurer Louis Coustana. of Newport,
Kv.. was yesterday indicted ;bv the grand jury
for embezzlement, the amount being fixed at
#35.000. The ex-city clerk. Wm. F. McClurw,
was also iLdicted on the same charge. His
shortage is fixed at leas than tfl1.000. Much ?ur
Cie is felt in both esse*. Roth men are of
h standing in the community, aud neither
has been suspected of any intentional wrong
doing. Mr. Coustans admitted s shortage of
nearly #7.000, but seemed confused when
shown a shortage of #27,000 in one omission
from his cash book.
A terrific tornado passed through Khmsi rem
terday afternoon, doing great damage to build
lng^and crops. Four persons are reported
A cyclone has developed some distance to
the southwest of Cuba. It is moving np the
gulf with moderate velocity, and is likely te
pees northeasterly along the eastern coast eg
the United States,

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