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A1 1ISCT41LI 01 VAILUABLE IMPROVED R.KNATE. 31130 P31.3053 NrU..4 730D JENTXZN AND TWEN1TY P 31331? 3073WENT. ~ vll. t aimb, of the Up'aeno of a the of 7Caubis. pminedh futy caveruberrd S.wheen ra C Kapoet al. am vamplae mmml PesmmaBitter ot c. awe deft. Asma the udme~~~~d. Ia .rmes wl fr a. ato bitA ~j~s ~ V~ D 3(V.at -APPPANT FIVE OTIPM 'Wth. ei.wu ymm ea ovme. to wit: Lane usnMaser three .1) sierv aumasrd six bsewkd Ana viubem 461). In, vow ed 1-Y one two-w~ary hrirk tpeddenee ad..ae two g~y tan~ rmiea.- ma orehut-diars. The" lots *4s at therty -*ww 430 fort on North P etimat. with a ect% mbuniaed ad thbty-1?e (M)l feet to a ea(39) &-%ot ally. ~ theemebme m sse i balanc e tw qual =1nh2 at -.ad ruwe1in with hetertrom AUCTION SALER, WALTR W WILLIAMS & 00.. Aue..W CORXXR_ TENTH tr3?3l 1110 Aaay iKE -OCLCN ING2TWi mzWT"a jmmo Iil. D C. 6_. DAN. it WALT K IE.ILA-.&COAms. ____ 01, MOWSAMD CD.Anita.Z P2223OMNTO SALE Of 30S3CAXBIOX S. Q0NS,"G~u. go L. 8. . Wn.7 mi..,...'nmra .NL~.. 3 A* MONI JUL. I T OxO1 . orrHos. "'m ..eE o. anU"o s'a.nds -oft amA p.rp.. "."3 AW N SLD A. Z~Z. LAma SLOAN. Aa.UmeW and Apta-nsm. TE s oat. ow 0..ueog I10 y A....0... .. WA.Wx at 'S F mr ... AT TWZLVE COK 'e wt d.a r..ee ALSO e ..T- DARK & C. A a. IMPORTANT SATURDAY'S BALM 07 MR1 HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. MATTING&. CARI. OT SATURDAY M DANIN - J. S doemnie at- TEN OCLOCE: wewit sou o r O''n . ' i " m . om" ~T.e:.vaa.l&m "*tagm A Imps ecinecua of W0M)het 0" hold X-tnSOu..ew be "ng~o'"mg ".I.T22ii"'g ng 30th F05. UR .fme. 3O-kbowft eT mwa :."". :. .% DK 0.. 3y1.udbj A-u.a*,me o. TH** DOWLL4 & SON. Au .. 02 Z .. m.. agOF RIU BI D . rM. 128Z& SABKIGFN H NVYSS'Lbe. " " AUCTION R".a' AND fihTW LNTE IW AT NRWVT N RA S EUBRACING, A.gn.,nl orte o coucol E....a i? Chamber |ad Dbi d . ""u i". -. -8". and other .alM. S .bo ..d.. C.. he.* ALSO A? TWELVE O*CLOCK. vrucal *s C'ieg.Wr * e C|=i'..;:.'oo. =7=19" B* "" ITYKYRX DAS.3 THOMAS DOWLING&SON. Aef. . a.w. CHANCERY RAZK Or IMPROVED RELSTATZ I14 SOUTR WASHINGTON 0EN AOOD OFFOKT1INITT To SRgll&" SWA, D 1Tw0 ROUSS FOR RolEm OR In VETMN ruder the doree, of the Supreme Coont ofth b hic of Ooumhb. mae , Is equity Cann. 210. U Cochrane et at. against Adlmen at al. we iwlipt afubWe *mnetn~ front of the) arimeee O'CLOCK P. V. Wot 22 b ,4 a teorei a1Si and Detroo.. and " oime et keet e ?* a: o lttt d.3 " ae - -u E*ne% s-bdKiv.iom of lot3 Insqarew 4-7. 4? .. 4. . R .et soute.r-m 0de1 John HitsataLInPubdivalom of 49k nmorn with house No. 4Ei F street E mshaiadhhw hootism an the ai toI the rowr And SATURDAY JULY TWZNTTTKR. lw. aA o.CLe..t P..M.. .* W. W. Me andh 32fe"tby theidth k4ro 0 o 1%.mw.MD Withh weem Xo.,07 Ln 50KL a .;* s b the *w tezeo of lot IS, ;Me N. l %4% 47. end 4V& omer ally= ."0111It - - . !W -.t.h -e- rt b 9t .. . p --to mI.ure.11 jI Ieb a ehIp S0fet wide a the end pi1.0o Amid 1.1. and frontn on thet ayand exmed low nort 40 feet 04dli turhes. With hoee4078104 4W Locawt sller a. .. and the wa 2 fe'" fro theful dp~therrvt of lot IS& somw,16.w h=3&e m&4 34 Xn 32 Naew. Ant an MONDAY JUILY TWENTYPUM ATJIrOCI)CFina 'a----.R . .W.. weila W. bdvisin ofsquae 50 -Mhes No, 1=2 = fan. T o =e*and 4r CI dvilf oft aI. murgsIain~ theo a point em 91. 4569! Rat sEMS u1W3s S ... b - -M o --r--- se- d sqar, -ad ....a =M.7.--o .. "a ..t. 01 and. the e 5 feto the es with bowsNo. 4-dst. a.o.. all oa 21m be the ewt o Wmhimpsom. DIMfr oam: Teso 0 al: n-third 406 an" bni.beqe ~ltrno t oe ndtwo yamrs be 4.0 V ae With baereat =60eam~~nil.o lteh Drumo am, Aue reeal eea iti e =89aatm =a te.O ach sepato ueme n al .nvrmrnrso be at the hvese en. gmet sab.e. se T 503*3P031.50*03P . nw.. 62Et TKIUTER SALK OF VALVAILKRAL. RAT3 IN TaE C0OUNTY OF WASEIIGN. by Ohle t e of 04a ate a-Ctoe recorded in lIhAr li e. o IS. tse. land e t ofThe Dibad f01m n ra~usato01the tw acuyed thanbylwe w alser DAY 7 TW MYhKI'mi OFern ALIN at HBL -PAST FITZ O'CLOCK P.M.. all ofNo b.n ee of cm op.Cqw ~ h o0 0e t loe." and also all of that pert O % divkebsmtMA ei byea" Hiamy C.Memyt coded J. as"e of. 45oeoSbweg . recoft Said 13 and ofr etolbesondafredbUeoc comtlwuoa. ehutamw cmthememtwuod rood455 pwere. AMd on .. Cbr~l redlk7.*IVe=eee end cootebebe 2l. bmaapttmorte be the inveyoa% os of ad " eaah; the balarnce Is eqm utal limots at e=e romereepctivt frm the day afts k he2 pm. bowuing intees 91o tho day of m't Spremnd MMIn16 paybl mntay. mce gde Heton tEW rbus doehmde oime beathne ON the dab es. If the twammet mos zeat copidWith wihie 4a" huom tho da bfml e rute r~ve the rirht to imoasa the= cosd ea of the basntnguemr. RICHARD T. * uwL~ irTf-d&dm WILLIAM I.. REUFKEI7~m p~b~c I.EOFA FnE ESATE ON TE my Wit te0a pwr cattrney &aom 3finlvl Key so nor mmS If. 21sTmesew% 1ensm-VWa Uta W11 Be a I atEday'S SrAA will be brim fall at atrae tin and Aeesting rmdia The followingare me of its amay features. POUR WASHINGTON STARS (Illetrated.) Those who bove gone from this Oty eM the ramai stage. SOME NOTED TRERR (IMuntrated). Fonage and bende tributes to the seonry of THR MT. AIRY MANSION (Iustrated). Mie home of the elder branch t the no Calvert family. ON THE SPEEDY WHEEL (Illustrated). The interesting preparaions for the big league meet. IN ST. PETERSBURG (Illustrated). Strange mihts and scenes in the eapital of the car. By F. G. Carpenter. RALIEAN SOCIETY (Ilustrated). No particular objection as to color in that repblic. YOUTH AND GRACE (Mustrated). The art of dresing becomingly must be learned by thosr who would be stylish. JEFF DAVIS AND JOE JOHNSTON (Iflue lustraed). itght thrown by recent investigations -n a quarrel among confederate leaders. A NATION'S CITY. Now Washington was laid out by the federal governaent. SUMER BOARDING. The two kinds of huses for boarders in hot weather. OFFICIAL HOUSEEEPING. How the White House, Capitol and exeoutive departments are maintained. LOST KEY TO A CIPHME The discovery of the secret of the famous Bittite inscription. MAGGIE MULCABETS TRIP. A eahital sketch, written for Tun EZurzoa Bran by Alice Ewing Lewis. VISITING CANDIDATES. Recleetionsof =nOtytlon of former demo- - eratio prentisi nominees. By John F. I Coyle, DOWN THE RIVER. bnjoyments of a trip from Washington to Point Lookout. SIMON WEAVER, DIVER. The exeiting story of his lat trip under . water. TALKS TO MOTHERS. The result a frettin parent has upon the household. By Olive Thorne Miller. DO RICHES PAY? What some noted millionaires my on the sub jest of wealth. By W. A. Crofiut. THE ARMSTRONG'S FIGHT. The return of "Long Tom" to the United I Stue by Portugal. SPORT ON THE RIVER. - What is going on among the local boating men. ' TIE SECOND SEASON. Prespecte of the Washington bael club in the coming league ram . REAL ESTATE GOSSIP. - The growth at the suburbs about the national Two Important Arreste. Policeman Mulvey of the fourth precinct ade two important arrest. hat evening. The prisoners are young colored men, whose names were given as Chas. Matthews, alias "Cheeser," and Edward Jones. They were arrested on t espicion of having broken the window of a store corner of 45 and F streets th dstolen ten boxes o cigars, some Cendy and a sman amount of cash. While the en deny the charge the, have told the officers s-ough to make them believe that they are the gulyParties. "abismaHenry bad a conversation with the prisoners after they were locked up, and they admitted that they had snatched two pocket books from ladies on 7th street. In one case one of the boys said that th woman grabbed one of them and held him for a while, but he inally managed to get away and escpe. They are held at the fourth peebh tion for identiiention. Kwmu=ta's entence Cmer&ad. In the case of Chain Krumboltz, convicted e April 0 hast and sentenced May 2 to give yare in the Albany penitentiary by the Crimi =1 Court for placing a child under sixteen in a house of il flame, Justice James this morning in the Court in General Term delivered the inion airming the judgment below. This a parallel case with that of Henry Jandorf, who wa killed at the jail by a fellow prisoner. Hewas charged with having brought his wife - re andplaced her in ahouse of Ill fame for th ~ ofgain. zeoit was made as to the compeny of th ie as a witnems, and the court hold that uder the rule which allows a wife to testify =gaiu thehusband as to act. of violence in her tetmy as to being put under constraint at sc house she was a competent witnees. Nasninated to coagrees. At the demooratioceonvention in the eighth North Carolina coagressional district Tuesday '~Wiitm H. Bower nsa noninated to suoceed W. H. H. Cowhea. The democratic convention of the ninth Geergia district nomisnated P. C. Tate for the -fty-third Congress. Thne democrats of the twentieth Illinois dis met have nominated Judge BenjaminW.Pk ofDequsin for Congreas. The repulansn of the eighth Illinois district have nointed Robert 1. Childs of Hinaae Yes sd's congressional nominations were: Tird Tennessee district-H. Clay Smodgraas, --eocrat. Niinth Iowa district-L. Hager, eulcn.= Jirst Indiana district-Arthur P. Tynsam= Adistrie d-P. D. MeCnlloch, ~t owm distrot-John Monroe of Mu. se~hr~~andistriot-Daid Temn -- -,sae,.oews,.arty. Rea Estate Matee. 0. W. F. Swartseil et al. have purchased of H. W. Coma.for 3,082.R block 21 of Long seadows. C. H. Bates has bought for *7,t84.3 -of Eli-abeth N. Power subs 41 to04, block dl, H.'s ob ot Pleasant Plains. W. E. Emo--ton has purchased for ,SEI f blme 8.Havland a and esnB. and -I.s m~em(suar ),38by 75 feet, at ad and 0 streets northwest. H. C. ThmsnetaL. have of 8. t 1 ~er% ea~ lets a o ,block 43, J. U.ILewis has purchased of C. C. Joes for SA,00 subs 372 to 174, squareiffi, fronting eeh Uh9et o- Flerida avenee betwee. 6th aud 7th stet norhana Gog E. Dmome ha. bought of N. A=Mnrd fo 1,3pat 11 and I2, bleek 41, North G"end = nmlaUnvsyfetg . bet on May staeet. ~'' ~ 1. DeM (es...mr has paueassd of the Diste ber 5,353 to 11, binsh I1, Meridina HBl. The deed of Mesis. Merrit. and 3b~l, Thms i - week of te sn al esenne.s e....a aseedy'. le.io sa Qwee8.a ee eaas bet sepnseq. wane a~ . V. mt es es h msspsis 1,apt qpsbe. TaSse nemns.. met 0010= peaissea aea meu abees s~s TN 001M starMag. 10Mes T1" Ar esselsased w Datae a eend by st astse. rTiM Rxtaman at RnUaCaM An N&Mo ONAWC RZPU1TATIW IN oonff i 00 A1J05J TO TE Pnos1ac =N UW oN, iEt an xIDIAXA, 113SS AND WsooNmSN. As soon s the work of the 1acdon am b >rought to a oes both the old pdrti., betwee hom the struggle will be this fall, will begh o send their workers out into the close tate ad wherever there is any debatable ground rhe republicans are expecting to devote scom ttention to parts at the south, where hereto !ore they have had no chance of smeeses, be here they now believe there in an opportenita or someefetive work. They have hopeeofWes 'irginia and North Carolina, and North Caro inn democrats admit that it will be a very har Ight in their state. On the other hand, the democrats seem t( eel that they have vey good fighting groun n Wisconsin and Illin , and they are going 1k nut forth a great deal of effort in those states th parties feel that they have got to fight nd fght mighty hard. too, for New York. Indi ma, New Jersey and Connecticut, and the dam crabs of Massachusetts are holding out greal kopes fbr that state to their partisan of the est of the country. The number ot debatable state., or state tow held to be debatable, is thus very tly %tended, and the prospects are that re: Ighting camp will spread over a great doa note territory t ' usual. Speakers and work, irs will be sent Into all these states tery soot fter Congress adjourns. At this time a greal leal of literature is being distributed by the comr aittees of both parties, though the old cam migners of Congress are still droning and shom put little interest. DIFFERENT VIW8 As To XW TOM. A STAN reporter talked today with some o' he members of both parties from some of the tates where there will be the hottest fighting 'Outside of the political leaders," said Mr. Bel, Ien of New York, "the republicans of the em >ire state are very harmonious. Thereis almosi iothing doing yet, and I hardly know what k ay about the situation beyond that. I do no hink that either of the opposing candidates I articularly strong in New York -thatis, neithei ixcites a great amount of enthusiasm-but Mr farrinon is stronger than is Cleveland and the epublican party is in better shape than the lemocratic. Cleveland will not draw any oi ho boys from Harrison. His popularity doe tot lie in that direction, but is more with the musiness people, where Harrison is in no par icular danger of loss. I think Harrison wil arry the state." The New York democrats, whether originall ,leveland men or not, all declare that he il Coing to carry the state by a good majority tmos Cummings said: "I have not been in Nev Cork for some time and have not heard ver nuch about the situation there. I have ni loubt, however. that Cleveland is going to carr] he state by a good majority if they do noi orce a local ticket on us. If they do that yot annot tell what will happen. for with two loca lemocratic tickets In the field the leaders can Lot control things and there is bound to be i Dt of trading which no one can stop." Mr. Dumphy said that they were getting ver ,ond news of the drift of things in New Yori and that the prospects were at this time thai 'leveland would carry the state by an extra irdinarily large majority. "If the'mugwumpc lo not interfere too much I am sure the major Ly will be exceedingly large. If the campaigr a put in the hands Qf the regular democratic rganization and til leaders are held responmi. ile for it they will be put on their mettle and hey will pile up a majority for Cleveland ai ig as has ever been seen in the state. The in. lications are that Cleveland is going to put the esponsibility of the campaign with the regulu rganization and the outlook is very bright." THE NEw JnasZY 5!TUATION. "The democratic politicians of New Jersey, aid Mr. Buchanan of that state, "had Cla. and forced upon them by the strong sentimeni n favor of him among the rank and file of the arty. The political leaders wanted Hill, bu1 hey were forced to support Cleveland in the onvention. Now they will be apt to juml ver and ride on the crest of the Clevelanc entiment, which they could not resist, and as here is an yet no evidence of discord in the ranl ad file of the party; I suppose Cleveland will ge bout the normal democratic vote of the state. he state is normally democratic by a sinaL ote. so that there is no use of our making Teat claims of what we can do there for Har ison. I think, however, that the radical p-d. ion taken by the democrats on the tariA Zestion is going to hurt them, and I do no1 ink the situation is discouraging." Mr. Fowler of New Jersey said: "Cevelanc a going to carry New Jersey by an increased najoritv. He is wonderfully ular in thI tate. thereis a great enthu over hii tomination, and I am satisfied that he will gel bigger majority that was ever before given tc democrat in the state." DZoCA'rIo cra r Von IDIANA. Mr. Jason Brown of Indiana said that it wae 'ey hard to tell about his state. "There is a reat feeling of disappointment in some part of the state on account of the defeat o, he silver bill and I do not know what effect i rill have on the vote. The republicans havi tot a perfectly clear sky over them in the statc ither, and I am perfectly satisfied that on1 hances are as good as theirs and that it will bc hard fight. If it is pretty evident that Cleve and is making a goo run in other parts of th ountry, if he shows a general strength, he wil arry Indiana. The things that made him weal n the state before, chiefly his pensiori vetoe ad disappointments of men who wanted offic r dissatisfaction of those who did not wani fice themselves, but disapproved of republi as being kept in-all these things have spal heir force and will not hurt him now, while oi he other hand Harrison has some of these dim ppointments to contend against." "Why, certainly," replied Mr. Holman to te 1uestion if Cleveland could carry Indiana The situation in Indiana is very favorable t< he democrats, and I have no doubt in thb wrorld that Cleveland will carry Indiana. It il Sdemocratic state." Namarsoil's HOr.D upow TEN sma~. "The people of Indiana are proud of Presi lent Harrison," said Mr. Johnson of Indiana who is a devoted friend of the President. * "Mr Iarrison is not the sort of man to awake i rrest hurrah of enthusiasm among the boys mit he has a strength which is more lastini han that of mere enthusiasm and mere effec ive also. Those who know him best like hin test. The people of Indiana know him. The' respect him for his honesty and ability. Thes ire proud of the great administration he ha~ given the country, and they will go to the poll mnd vote to kee him in the White House. annot see that threfisa chance of hialosing th tate. Of course there is going to be a hara Ight made by the democrats to carry the state tmt I have no fear of the result. Mr. Cleve and is not strung In the state. The antagn am he excited by his vetoes of enonbls' itill active. I do not think Ceelan n >ly beat Mr. Harrison in Indiana." a ouw. Enunsow Nor ArmAID ow namse. "I think," said Gen. Henderson of malnoi. 'that we may suffer more from the third part n Illinois than the democrat. will, bus I do no see where there is any reason whatever to fea hat the democrats can carry the stat.. Ther tave a candidate for governor who goes aboni irhooping It pbut I Mkthat the republical =addate Is stronger then he was before. save no fear of the lss of the stas to Mr. Har Mr. Forman and Mr. Fithian beth declares that the democrat. were gngto Iar flaoi 'There is goin tobes redhot fih," the imid, "and Clevelad Isigto crytestats l'he great issue will be tearfand aogwiti It there will be local isseswic will ube strength. Bllinois has been steadily goi ismoeratie for somse time, and the gain. w makhe are substantial. We are makingsteg sa the tariff Issue, we have apua endi=a for governor. while the re-lli aamast I uteunem , and the scolqusstio,whl esare on the wrngside og I going to erate greatily to erevns,~ will get thie Lutheran vet.eon that issue. Tuent in m ssoomasu. Mr. Miamhelt of Wi.....o. nd ht ew very eenfident that Cleveand weuts earry the state. "We are gaing to make an aetive main tohs sishewath beea asyhd is hr sate bead e .L.0m s..si qu.s wuasa - 9teshee es emmsse "Wa kept fesosved at the White sme hem Lmom lift about Mrs. Harrison's eondiio me of the soft hvarse -nature, amnelmy a steady emprovel in her health. Ameng the Wasehagtemisasat Se dun--, Alleatie City, ae Mr. and Mrs. J. W. BNrIr, Mr. and Mrs . . m. and daughter, Mrs. W. A. XMi and Mrs. F.. Laporte and Niele son, Frank. Min E Whitney left yesterday for Ogeaquit, Mrs. W. F..ke is speding a fort1ight i New Yak city. Mr. H. J. Horm and family, whe Iurg ths past winter reded at No. In New Hampshire avenue, are pawing the summer at their vWi, 27 Park place, Saratoga Springs. Mr. Horn having recovered ill halt by bi In Washington to having an elegat= constructed an Wed Carcor an street that will bereadyfor the comsing autumn and which will : wbi~s permanet winter home. Miss Mary Irwin isat Ped Sulphur Springs W. Va. Prof. Edgar Kidwell will be a goet of the Kerveenew Club, Houghtsn, Miah., during July and August. . The engageament is announced at Mr. Won. H. Lewis of this city and Min Elisabeth Crawford of Bowie, Md. Mr. and Mrs. 0. Warield Simpson and Mrs. E. W. Simpson and her daughter will spend the remainder of the heated term at Hotel Viotora, Asbury Park. Miss Lindsley will sped two months at Poughkeepsie. Mrs. Parrington Isat spring Lake Beech, N. J. Dr. and Mrs. G. H. TA Fetra returned last evening from southern Ohio, where they have been visitingnear relatives and friends. Mr. E. F. La Petra his class of eighty student. in the scientific course at Princeton during the past year. Mrs. LM. SLuger of West Washington, ac companied by her son, Mr. W. Sanger Johns, and niece, Miss Florence Darrel1Mgrudr, lef6 today for Jordan White Sulphur Sp Mrs. 0. P. Austin hem gone to Nantucket, Ma., for one month. Mrs. E. Lamnasure and daughter, Miss COra Lamasure, left for Bock Enon yesterday. Miss Genevieve McCreary of K street has gone to the Blue Mountains for the summer. Miss Maggie A. Darbyend Mr. D. W. Ma grath were married yesterday at the Church of the Immaculate Conception. Father Ryan of ficiated. Mr. and Mrs. Magrath left after the ceremony for a trip north. Upon their return they will reside at 4510 street. Miss W. B. Pollard Isat Bipton, Vt. Mr. A. S. Bryan will spend six weeks at At lanic City. Miss E. A. Koonee ha gone to Stephen's City, Va., for a month. Mrs. Firth and daughter of St. Louis, Mo., is visiting her niece, Mrs.Mier, at 1001 1thstreet northwest. Miss Mabel Travis and Mr. Marmaduke E. Dent were married at the Fourth Presbyterian Church, on 9th street, Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. The ceremony was performed by Rev. C. B. amsedell of the North Presbyterian Church. The bride's sister,Miss Minnie Travis, was maid of honor, &ad Dr. W. Sinelair Bowen was the groom's best man. The ushers were Dr. J. T. Kelly, Jr., Mr. Edward S. Moores. Mr. Harry Grove and Mr. George W. Abbott. Upon their return from a wedding tour through New York Mr. and Mrs. Dent will reside in Mount Pleasant. Mrs. J. William Lee is at Bound Hill for July. Mr. Chas. H. Freeman has gone for two months to Greene, MaM Rev. W. H. Brooks will spend a month at Point of Rocks. Mr. William H. Bevans and Miss Efe May Macintosh were married Wednesday evening at the Fourth Street Methodist Church. Rev. Wi. M. Ferguson. uncle of the bride, officiated, assisted by Rev. Mr. Thompson. Immediately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Devans left the city for an extended northern trip. On their return they will reside at 1114 Istreet southeast. Messrs. Edward Cook. Frank Back, Charles Ifughes and John W. Hunt were the ushers. Mr. John W. Corson is at Phcenir. Ariona. Mrs. M. F. Tatty is at Piney Point for two weeks. Mr. Wilber W. Marmaduke is spending two weeks on lake Michigan for his health. During Prof. Langley's absence in Europe his family will sojourn at Littleton, N. H. Bear Admiral and Mrs. Upsher are at Man chester-by-the-Bea. Mrs. J. X. MeDuell and children are stopping at Mrs. McDuell's mother's, 710 H street north east. At Westfield, N. J., the residence of the bride's parents, an interesting marriage cere mony was performed on the 26th of June. that of Miss Mina McCormick, an instructor at How ard University, and Mr.R.Wm. Davis of thiscity. After a pleasant tour through New York state and a week's stay at Fort Monroe Mr. and Mrs. Davis returned on Wednesday, and are located on University Hill, where they will be pleased to welcome their acquaintances. Many tokens of esteem were bestowed upon them by friends. Mrs. Lattimore is at Ocean Grove.' Mr. T. M. Donn has gone to Upperville, Va., for two months. Mr. B. 8. Davis is at Cape May. Mr. Washington Dnaenhower he gone to Aabury Park for a few days, where his family is located for the summer. Mr. C. C. Bnow, chief of the I=dian division of the second auditor's offie, hes gone with his wife to spend a few weeks at his oaeo on the Penobecot. Miss Enis B. Wilson and Ms Bars P. Grogan will be their guests. Mr. Giles Shine, Mrs. Shmine (Miss Iavinia Shannon), Mrs. Gen. Coletom, Mr. Rlobert Mitchell and party of friends were visiting old -acquaintances here last evening. Mrs. Irving Williamson hes gone to Poland Sprigs. IMr. J. Huntington is at Cottage City, Mass. Mr. Newton Whittie will spend July at Old Orchard. A quiet wadding took place last evening at the Church of Immaculate Conception. The contractig parties were Mfr. Chaa. S. Bobbins and Miss Lizze A. Glesoonly the officiating clergyman, Bev. Pather ethe, and a few [ intimate friends et the bride andgroben resent. Mr. and Mrs. Bobbins leon the Bel and Ohio train for the se shore, H. D. Sexton hes game to Doubling Gap Springs for two weeks. SDr. A. F. A. King hes returned froam Burling ton, Vt., where he spente amonth. J. F. Parker is at Winchester for two or three weeks. Mrs. S. J. Lews will spedaa mth at Atla tie City. . I Mrs. hkok-WIseesham is at B.,6el.y r Springs. Mr. Irwin B. nto. has gene to Isend Heligh. N. J., for a t0a webk' visit. Mrs. S. N. Davids is at Basmy isa -Uprings. Mrs. W. E. Earl. hes goe to Bet gesings Va., to spend twe o... MisaEte Ham==emn has gene to IaIas, Nd.. forea mouth. Mrs. L. A. Whtaywl eat ypor,~ Caun., for a month. Mr. J.A.Truemsl ad amiy are at mese vile for afew wek. Re,. Is. Stara is at Earper's leery. I Mr.. A.Do"-- hewnomue,Pan. Miss M. B. HiRl et 1 Ness (Capited sreet Pier, to be awa roth Mrs. Duns. mn hr daggkgg .N~Butr , il ue tis eeigSe 3 .. sum..WE lta., mea', ....(np Duasa., wayathae, twam~st T. Mrsensr~ehag4 nstess sE -sns p M V. B. Medbatee ernam 390MARss. A1 A ho ==== i use o N ow m Mara- Sem ansa. =======a erricnm , was was -e We 35 asceI s eamnn wine s -M s RNmTuW Ku sici After Tan uraa's report eleed esterday of the trial on Maatn tee We thea t of aNR. LemaX W. C. Tes. teMed tat he MW Page irea the am, and husg whoy would retr t a be ha lft W. R. Winters t-mied that as Plge wornm was arrested in feat t bl heso. and saw to Page boy Ae at the eacoss. No emae aning around the earner with his p-a fia e ba. There won a crowd ahout the oerar. The offic dropped w saa and oue p ass the boy and fred at Mm. Martha Lmar, the -atar, was nled and asked where her som nip ipt pislal, bet ahe could no My. anmwomm.. Ralph Worualey, undos of deesed, teomeed that he want to Lamar's house after-t ahooet ing; saw Oasor Mealo in the door and the dead boy wa Inside. Witles was by Me.en, who told him mot t1 g, hot he could not eome in. He said that itWas i mother's house and Mea regaIed him and he let hi go in. The boy wasitting en a box lying back against amother. Witam aseod, "Who killed the boy?" and he replied he did, for he had shot at e ipart Or Wm. Be aked how ho knew, and W enen wansed over and, taking up a revolver from ear the boy, said: "This is how I know." Witue.s wa at home when the Art shot was fred. James Forsyth (of the serveyor's ekes) tes tided that 4th street was fifty fot wide from budng lines. This closed the gowemmemi's ma with the excption of the production of the bullet, and the dendant entered upo his etimoany. TETrnoNY son T=s DMIaSS. Augustin Thomenou, easer, ttifled - hot he was in charge of the patrol wagon that might and went with it to 4M and Wilbonstreets an a cal at 6-2. Officers Mellen and Garvey had four prisoners under arrest and they were takes in the wagon. 00eer Malen e..nsed therm. A pistol was turned in, in which there was a shell and one or two cartridges. Offloor Wm. McDonald tesified that he was with the wagon and corroborated preceding witness. Witness was asked s to the character of the neighborhood and the government objects& The court sustained the objection. saying that in a charge of murder the testimony would be admitted, but he could not seelhow the evidence would apply in this case, where the main facts were admitted. Officer McDonald testifed that he returned in about half an hour; tried to look in the win dow, but a curtain was across the lower atof the window, but he could look in by get g a high bank. REARD Or PoE TIM 3X3T VAT. Witness was asked if he heard anything that night of the Page boy, butitwasobjected to,and the court said he might be asked when he firt heard of Page's doing the shooting. Witness raid it was the next day he heard of Page doing the shooting. Officer Samuel Crawford testified that he was at the house with McDonald, and there was a treat crowd there; a curtain was over the win dow. It was a bright moonlight night, quite cold and they wore overcoats. Officer Frank IL Key testified that that night the lower. half of the window of Loiaz's was covered with a curtain. Dr. E. M. Schaefer produced the bullet. TESTMIONT AT TEE INQUr. Henry W. Lomax, a juror at the inquest, tes tifed that Allen Lomax stated that his brother in some way got in front of the aeer. Other testimony taken at the Inquest was read end witness mid it was correct. He testiied also to the reputation of alln being good for peace and good order. Dr. W. It. Stone testified that he was an the eoroner's jury and remembered the tastimony as read, which had been denied by Umax Beverly, Fry, and he visited the house and saw the bullet hole in the door. ZLLI.'s artIrAno eoo . Michael Sullivan testified that Molten's reps tation was good among the law abiding and he was regarded as a terror by evil doers. James Flanagan testified to seeing the Page womn fh and te officer trying to raise her. when the shot w& fired @t the oftler. who *I claimed: "I'm shot in the back!" and he left the woman and started in pursuit of the tmn. Offer was made to show the disorderly char. actor of the neighborhood, but it was ruled out. Lieut. JshW. Gesford testified that Lomax's hbad two empty cseam sad Mellen's pisol was out of order and would go off in cocking. He noticed that the win dow could not be seen through. Sergt. Dunnington and Station Keeper Thompson testified that a shell picked up in Lomax's yard fitted Lomx' pistol E. H. Chamberisin and G. T. Wade tesited to Mellon's reputation being good. orrreZa OAnTEr's 5ratsmas. Ofieer Charles K. Garvey teified that he sad Melen had dispersed a crowd of boys and had placed a woman under arrest for disorderly on duct and were endeavoring to take her to the station when the shot we fired and be fMlt the bullet, He turned and saw the man running away and started in purt. hut OMfer Mellen got ahead of i and h (Garvey) wont to the box to eepoe and while doing so he heard Mallen blow the distrea call. to whicb he reepnad, and he went to Lomas's ho..e, when Malls. was the ins. Er.L~EI IN Era owi aEuarw. Offier Mallen then took the stand and testi fied to the arrest of Solomon Page and others and to the woman coming up and abusing him and to puttn her under aretwe she ue fuedtogoth him. He and Garvey were atteampig to raise her when the shot was fired byea young man, and Garvey maid hews shot and he started in purnts of the man. The -a ran lnte the L-omax house and closed the door. Once the cbase while etmt~ to cock the it went off, and when he reached the house it went of lnIn the some msanner. He forced his way trghhedoor and a young man who wae at the fot the bad sad Get out of here. You hae no busies "He said: "Yo n mI ws an Yeu are under arrest," andhereplsd: ' te hese. I win kilyea," and as hesaid this he raied his landlred at witnsm ad he returned the th rtshot being blt. He denied hot ha used his hblly or that he stmdwith Mrs. Lamar or made aythrents to. fer the shooting he blew hswhistib amd RlhWeanley camu and asked'rho did the sheig e rele hthe did and that Lemma ha d d athmfrst and eatlad Wormley's eNemn.. to the pistol stII in Ioers had. When per maing the ana he haltered that Lewsaen sho man who fired the shtwhisk slack Garvey and he belieed e- now. timn, bthisteaosyshakn. and said ha permed them.h maaoes~. Ee fired the shot to deiend hi Nb, raesngki life he prest danger at tho te Gasreser *-Elewerth teund teho s. lances between the hem of eastd wiu messes.eesg nmsam ialetar TMemyC .a mw called by ho gevernmtin ehethd~and teal fled toe s nematic ateesm Na.. Lemrn end -lsn ama thoen Geer 3Ray. Narm Lamer tehode - agal, hot as wae that the two shot at sem a. On ereemmaimatis se e 3Ma Lamer ps sher hed hehoer heer ho serehmi ose -.s hoo t 3 L m.-soheeahs, o ~~ omasna.m mmn aaama eM aMmet de U6" wa ofh etM 1p - a ed be be aseemgim1bs 4= ~r . 4 m6 d h i ~ The. Isece was-~ v .....,,er reau 1 P. W. b6L. Gme, Swas=maer, nam. Eeer a=A . . na tesm" to he - hWeeumefiym a fwis to a &.eand me do t Lema hA b Hisn eeto mem wa--*-am---- - M a n e o w a d w a y weeh e 6 0 a. ne aINOM he PtevMaaintuy et MIest. 3.0c. Iemty ta he 01"M eg emi. gN tf the any, wIth the rnk at evpmaes.d eael -um at Ohe wy Dpartvyte MA Cot. a amwm = . inday. Te sI'mti of Capt. mlym I s. s 6, have bern a sed me Oe hds pecuiar * s for Ah pihe by smems at og and em Ipams aervie n e Nwed duty he is am Datne upon to perfers. Te a e adete gname0 is a %aw eaer ot th wavy sal be ohaes et t w o s.mr t mows Capt. Lataly bw beum 3.1gm edveooet b .mber a e.rem.er; ie fac u. pe ided oer smrl Al 6e man volS nval Merts in. 186. Os Sepmber Ase, M% be epptd_ ~geveeate ot the ors er awr ate the eJeannett ad dth t. Cesa mader Q. W. Delomg and o*Loew of be on Mrs ad ammn. March I9, ISM, he was I I d ed sent to ong Kemg, Ca. as judge advo mate at the -ase Couramr*4 "I Irr Con Imader H. E. Mlim, U.S. N., for aeseem of the a- nd- his o=madns ad other oers, and to amsthaesmade achief f the Asdie statiom to -osdneting certfa i i to the ~-w.-* of emoe.s an July ,1S.3, he was detaled for duty to a" aufte advocate gaqeratL, amd an aeeb US, RWas d he d oldered so the t8e, where he served daring the Greely gelfd sape daom in the artec regions. October 20, 1834, he was again detalad for dutv in oes of judge advoeat e . and February 2.1886, was detchod unloved to the Vanis., from which,. Marhe , los, he wa detached by 'and est to Teko M1 p, a& ud adot"e of amend -ou marti to try Paymmste 0.3.L Walae,6 U. S. N., "t the Onipee. Again being demied for duty to aee of ludge advocate general, on May 1, 1887, he was detached ad ordered to the Treatem and subsequently to the Enterprise, eompseiag a three years' cruise. Since 18b he a beenom n the jadge bdvoeato generare *Ike and in asehmee ot Col. emy acted as judge advecste gsarL Capt. eIly is personfity very popular and a smvoolt. to society. Me proverb should ezpanl Sef to "who is born to be electrocuted wi moer bedrowned." "Wel," said the Cadesgo iNeMa, who bobe at a drop of water through a mierseepe, "his Is whatT call pretty rough em a ma w6 he sworm f." onovus's ====AN=L "Now, Adlal, who we're msed, of OeVars 'twil be polte ro act surprined a liti. hikS a4 ad eaief kibgt; But when it eomas to reaLmonws-elt wE a be bept an* the speech In'wadhiwe s asabeer that we aecept." "I think that losg he . amiy a 6atsa, mid arley Natrge. "Did yon ebserve," she mid .4B;ast dkock uch just nwr - "What is the matter,"'abe.:aift.I'ss knew you to baso eteped;" "Dom't hemsme,"he rep"bi. "I'l working mayself into the aw& to we6maedl piga song." ""me tam that anter. dose pro ~" A wise mosquito gladly oeisd; "Whe food is somarly to be 1e.1, Was smamr boarder comes am." "rea," mid Mrs. fEGedty, "My nephew IW a ing along Wy well i the newspaper hewl ines. Be ellem beebe r . eleisg sWe." "Ja he a.m.dan?" "I believe so. But palrpay - he wdisl pieces about base bal." "George," lse id, "befae weaamerdsdi want to ten yo that I a awer, ndoe M faniy bot the house." 'Tb, dearest," eOrg..mm w give up.trying to A soe ilf." To 1aep ae Swer ufsafbss. Imsme erwomn yestrday i edtola b for therepealefeertlapaprbetbeaactamu-n the purchase et ver beium and thisswe el tresery notes thereom, approved July 14 IM. Time bil provide, that so ach at the at esdl reis the Secretory of the'lTarmy te psebhee from thme to timne dmeer 6alBoa toths agre gatet 4,16M .0 nmaea, er each portiom teusuol ne may be oexurd to each saamth at the maabt pcetheoreof, and to issaeein paymmt fes ineh Ja--ay 1, 18Si; provided. hoamr, bet a act sallB not to any way affet er era -hng the Segnagmenatise, redeinptian e the tremmy-otee h--d under..id act. p Go te Ocean City em Saterday. Tmimga thig ip. Yoe ese Sehe...e Neva 5mstrm. Wmi. . Cat. wWJ w..aw..d.emq a..a~ae.. v... weta 7..7 ems g-m wood. achase sekawer m.- dee ~ Iem ostr . weba mi. a woom he ee lmer er embe iner 1Man, n..an iss s. Ta. sbadEwhaes ETemmSh, beota. nego thsamasaaesewasan ia 8bs, ash ee asma asmel samea ve.e~veels eeeeevunee x.Fr * - esmat -agwes o me se e Omeenmes se inn su. & a em mane, wmc was Iavas* ac ns 66 -is e5. men masma essessed ?e maar mass vt W asMoaw. no aenat Ditrit ammms bel It nge hr meOG" "day and eImed a uembor of bils freu its m&. the e Wmittes rdered a tereable sepst on fte bil whch Tau Sten as 4a--Toamd proveig for a frve puhli aA d _pr IIemm lbser and Imi roo.. The l poMides hts. be. and is hereby, establihed a ftes puble and depare1i liery and 1m ren for Gh se of the deimse ot oe Dtbrit of Coumbia and of 0e empas ef the sewet dsm mS . and.5m.. 4t s goveumossit in Witsem. Iea. 2 ITht mid lnbry @bell be Ieeted t do new pea eles buiding. sad Ow architit ef - mma s herby diuetd torwide li. -et t e e abe -n ando dsmed :th4 ae baiiag aet for ma 66 d e.1... vedi ro purpam. 64-q= toteecmosi0on I%= me hm he =--== e oa mes eve. Ste. . That - ebuser provisions fo te libor se-pad soak books. periodiu and pipIs am bets.g to and included lathe crem libtaris at the sevrel e% eeutive departsmens and OWNS Of the Powrnmenat in the divet Wse=sgte oe be rsameeed to the fie pube and departmeento ibrary and wemadine rma. for Ie ame, md it is hereby inaie the duty of the beed of eac department. bureou or die in whwha dreuatisg Mwubry is maniatuamd for the use of employee et the gteWen.emt to deur al aiec books, peodanhand page, without delay, to le free puble and e tlbmr and "d" roan* a"dtemtrm chrculitig Ibsybut cmir ow iNbrary as is reguive for its qpeal w ciOQ se shal (e established or astniaiwd by any department, burve or eace of lb. gerwra....t in tdo Dietict of Columbhia. sM. 4. nhat the Mbrarinet of (esgrem in Oereb athoend toueto toi e is the free peb be and &vwtmr*W library mid rmding roam dauce ( - te boose in hd sharg, am wre not required frthe e of the brary if TOM LINaM&W. Sae. 5. That upon the oempanm of roam. for the libeury herein provided for thre dE be appointed by the Praideat. by mid with te advice a1d - IsI Of the 0mmOS, eme iWrarisM, who shall be entitled to raceie a Pai ary of C2OW per ansmaa and said libratina Is hereby authorised to appoint two asdoiens librariam, who aMU nsive eeh a amier of 01.5M per annUme, teW OmAMdtats whn 61a recdve each a elery of gM per maum, and one jaeiter at a Imfla'r of OM per annum. See. 4. That all citiens ot lhs District of Ca luambia, and all ailone, Ier and other em ta duty the CRt of .f the fre publie mmd t.iCrread "endferoom free at drese, major smeh ruim and reguabtie as siall be peusribed br the liberaima: Prolided. That the Mbsuw sA rseadlgreoenhehepte --emis 'de ie teo ' ameridiach day, ez= weds beh~ys:Avid pro e further de aisp sha. ic.ude proviios ar ss. -ves of the several ememstee w mIn with boks through acred e us See- 2. * of t --- ineted Is as maintiaiene of the free puble ad depmet mental libtry and remaing a mslarie et e acybs, 1m0edf 63 by the United Semn and emeb.it th t Co mb and th e -i-0,m of t t.se - e ..eme in . . e.... ... sifted to Ckmgesm. & eauMM e aNTeS. orieerablaupar san Ordered om te 6e ft a*Sise the eabubb st t A esamy =A Gaiety ot Arte, the hM to tecarprmtteo haners elect. b w e dused yesterday. TM oaie masa ---.. It ploride it 11hbe 0"tal r %I 6.oms ,.be.b dh e to s C ef W imt "o dam r vk demo for b es. at n edo* moan e m ak mid every d wey 0 i tho yew. and every Seatday in the yew aftr 12 o'deck oans dm hme a leg heM y a far amss weg the pe..eamy for th pmeor mcms and pretoeting andgiin ameieet f hener at bi at ehesa. 9a cliewa, de. -ei. -1 n1m aMd emer iellum and for dhes prpmee ised sod we-red am the 41 of the wene maculn cmed &daOy; ame such Wse, dacns,tm pdrafttthb for meepnsices or payment en blurdaym dat be 1emed to be presentabe for aoceptoaos or payment aM the seculer er bse. das mint s..ceedlm: Presided, fewevor,That bile ot e-Aehgu draftosodm pe-i-y maes mode after the passive et ths those table at eight er On which be otherwIse yble On aNy haf-holiday Saturday, l deemed to be, snd sM be. payable an lbs west smeemeding eculer r bamae day: And provided further, That for the purpose of protting or oth-r wise holding. libabl amy party to say bill o echeage. bask chek, draft or t - no which s Ual not hae t'efeo* 12 edsed at seon n ay dem A of aceapi any e ymethtereat many he sede, andt natiese r diseonr thereat seay bse give. on mst=namn secular or buis nos day. And prvie ter, That whea any pes. sen da wete for eodeetan in amid city 't W..amatm- any hE of echage, hsank check or praisery mete dam aand pre' seble for acnspa-mae or paymment on any haef-holiday saturday, euch per een dhaB nt bse desamed geity if meglret Ur --mh-o- et duty, inr eceer any Itsbwney in at check dralt or pre-enamory note on ts dar; And, provided furte: That in ea..aluig tis. seeseeneveryhalf-hdbiay Hatur day thai, matilU o2'eloek usam, be deemed a seculr busin day. Nothing am this sctio thuR uet any hludean appliable to say Sasaday whamevur the ea, undr th. preoie at ermid sstie,.da b. legal holuday. SectioS2. That this sat aM take ofact frue hedoe et Us pane. AMeeme reports we randered am 5c 6E to amen the act entilad "An act for the fear pruastian it pruperty-bom bue; ase the hE tar. brli as ea this a-a brsoak; else Qhe hE io edtione to anymi etegm and me fm et smpe bum Us. to eartein 6hu4. SAlbe 5e bE ler 5c pateetisa if da ir ifs letae ton a--h- EseW.. Taza year t a d.ad to Osma Of' am 3dt withorida U~ryms En 5c Cst to' O=mmd1sem 40s' m Jase Manr to 5c -m et Osge D. Le Csima, esuwisted so Desr S tsod ees. 1 -atr 3saer 3toaemas to sams ss his ube, 3o EN esae, damesdnecepbama if5cam -e 5er a ase t he esd l.Eet a ui taka onsa agaist hr beibn -ee~mdme mm ae er to - basm a ai EsarE 5c mt es af I*s emes tojnesm 40 Eeon~e ce am s ana.