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V... 81, Na 20,317. WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1892. TWO CENTIl
THE EVEING STAR.
wm.na DAULT, BxeyN WswaV,
AT.TME STAN BUIUUAM
Inu rammepyesib Avemme, mmmme ub &, V
T" Evn*in bu Newsape Gesaap
ae IwIL hiu Pftft
SU KAsFFamN, ad,
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Iwo Itemmma 11ra a [email protected] to sfew M IDm111
dty by earure. em them own a 0ee a
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cad p.as ce W ~m..n.
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Pme ON a Se P O eat W10100 .1.. -
eanedelm sa maSte. J
W Al imaaamb m theb a
Maanc etauMa emin hamm um.
FINANCIAL
Ri'PURT or THE MN'-DITIONX
R Of the
NATIONAL cAPTAImix oA r OWAsiNGTON.
At Watlastou. in the ts*4et1 of Colubta.
As the das of bu4nem July 1. IML
REsot EcES.
a ms an d rnat............. ....... M .3 9
Overdrafn. mS.-Ued and umnuerwd. 1.
I~. N. bonde t.1n mcur twirulatiOn...... z. ""
. Ubou. oahea... .. 81-a
rm.,, .uswowreserve su . 153
troll it., mtbnatkml hank4 Si
hbnkimt bo. :]=tr adzuem l.~ 09
C auWROX-uwand tax-% ea. la 5
potiman on . R. hads. ...... .... G.o0
'hecka.1 otr Cah - ma......... 11.1 4
Twhampea'or eleariewhom..... . . 4. r!
e to r........... 1 86
ratiemper eee.ref
ma e . . . ....... ............. 1dl
]L-ew e d e noe ......................
enmon fnd with r. 4. trmese
2percent of cimerulation) ..... -.-i- O
TOWal................. ............... "02.290 m
LIABILITIES.
Capita e'ae raid to. . .. *71=300
F r.- I # d . . .. . . . . . . .
U derofts.... 4571
Natier's) rank roloaoutstandio... .. 44.7W OD
Dvbbdal mn .... .h
Derund certicaues of posit...
Ceetiled 'bheckp. 1. m
I'net oeear neta banks .......... -ku.
Due to state huuika and beakers ....... 3
T tl........................... Imm.m 21
isi.-t rf Onlurb=a. o of Washt g'n. $a:
1. W. R. RALDWIN. ras of the above namad
bank. do soietnxnly swear that the above statement b |
tro- to the best of my knowledge a-d belief.
W. . DALDWIN Cambier.
Suhrrilsd rad swor *o before ;e di
July. 1FQ1:. KENRY E. N
Notary Pubiie.
correct-Attest
TWOS. W. XMITE.
1 k. . ARLO * Dicstors.
't ~W. P'. C. RAEE.
EvTDE-cE O GuowT.
AMEICAN EC'RITY AND TUtT 00.
Ispnpits July 'ij................. ........3.aca 2P
D". oa to UMarh I .... ............... 66.O3W 74
IM-yse n 4% wet................... ViS.421 W5,
O ever one Aseadred per, er.
Larmest Capital ............................... $1.230,000
brpi u........... ............ 1
Pays hate.et uprn derod.ts.
A.-ta a -xecutor. amiaiaator. guardian.
fttrte.. ke.
A sa tsurauer. assignee nd receiver.
Miaragft etaten. &c.
v'eLn i..w'n.-.
r.ent sat- hoI-8 at V. 610.61 . o and
SZO uer y.-ar -&curdiar tc size.
Furnishn ,oo oTvesmenoats.
Loan mony Upon real estat and Col
laternal wrurty.
Draws and k'fpp willefree.
A. T. BRITTON. Prelent.
It New stan- Buildinz. 1405 1. n. w.
SATINaS D1POEIT
3ad4 with the
VNION SAVINGN RANM.
U7ths. a.W..
Draw Mt-et as the rats of
four pr rent Par annum.
DEPARTNZNT CLERKS will Snd the bank opem
for the recetpt of deposits untl 5
o'erir on several days at the orst
an. middle of the th.
WORKING PEOPLE who canot derait during reu
Jar bank hours are arrommodatel
- y the npenin of the bank an
stalurday evenira from 0 to a
o'elbwk.
CMTTJREN who wish to bprin the hbat of saviag
wiay t:25e advantageo car savinsi
am 8 stem for si-all depoita.
CALL AND EXAMINE OUR PLAN.
37"4dk r. U. SUITN. President.
EorITADL CO.OPERATIVE
rI3LDING ASBOCIATION.
OFFICE. 1003 7 ST. N.W.
WSS Thee wb ded.re loas to pay for pep
erft. pay off6 mrtaaes. or for buildiuv
s rpnmr.. a-eald aertaia thmaupon
which nimer islommmd by the Equitable
Co-operMve 360dim' hsctac,5.
Erhty-.sen monathly payammis of pta
. tral and iterest mrsets a lema in fell.
Any pert-n ao All of a lom. however.
may be settled at any time h paytlaar
creed iaterest to dese of uch a settl
ament. seavy expenses are abidemu.
AsRETh. 61.21-'.111.1:i.
' ampalet. eiprainfar the adrontaso
ago beaers f the asoranistsa and taher
nthinti.S furnished upoa a ppieiis
jyIS-Iw JNO. JOT ENION. e.Cy.
(GAN1EED 18ea
TUE N. T. IFE lbS, CO. .hURPLUS. .61:.OSMb
The New Ter Life's new coestac. tad without
ihaitatiurn. is psrtkeularly valable he smembereof She
army ad navy and to those traveliaw.
jy13-2w___rch O~es. 12141.1s. n~w.
C. T. HAENN.
Pomter Washtnasna 14tock Eschbemn.
Real Iwba-adm isee bhor.
NScoa.a Wand 11. Atlantiur baldag
9%F t. n~w.
Piceb=. Ponde and Grman bought and sold for cash er
Ceosen bought and .ot1 Ia New Teek er New Orlwis.
.7. P. betr. & Co..* New York Stock Eschnsa
lehmn Sw,.. New Iaush CC:Se Ezn-e.
l4.m.= stern A Co..* New (rlem Cotton Es.
shange.
lam.'. Sewe. A (b.. Chiru- Board of Trade.
Prhate waren to New Yerk. Chicasso and, New Or
Isa: a. Telephoae. 4.1j. ani-t
EET END' WATIONAL RANE.
A. P. lRD'. VPreesat.
O A R LP.S P W11.I.A M. Ossume
DIkECTOas:
.. P. Maurtie-. * .,arad POcher.
1. 4. *' rwuroaam g... V't.
'han. M5. T houy A. P. Farden.
R. ruttle. Jr. tao A. M.Ilhesna.
F .4t pteren. . Gublaobsrua.ck
F. . Wmsott. W. S. Wilen
naa 2-lh. _ Wtfliana R. Rtilet.
T5a NATIONAL SAruE*NI.r
SAV330S AND ThrsT COMPANE
Of the Dharlet et Columbta.
ORUNE 3.Tn ST. AND NEW TORE ATE.
'hSeasedby pecial art et'c ..
A.. ltgr. sa - ud et *. iE and Elb.. 31
rAPmAL: ONE 111LLION1 D0f.Lamit
Arts an ensetar. edaitae. uSeaee c e
eatsefiSa enem'ise Se emansehai.
aneee. -m ad ----se tret et est ane
espry basss n.
Nil. uteen k a emstem ettsWa. Uho tem
sampy es ams gg.e immmS
Rwitessamer dwui ta e TE 1=TS
- and u~ssd amsN ao temn sem
MLTER WARE ANN VALSA etaB amse
es. b SemeanS ramn saaespamn
-565 'eme en s - AgS A 1 U
SPECIAL NOTICES.
L0 . -GRAD LOWS D. OF C
9~c Tws a
I"t issitt. at 6,g
WIn. P. AAN. WISL~iIAkp10
09M~hlID LosG& NO. 291 r. A. A. IM-A
ated cmW-dadm il,,jda
Jyi-sk ____ w r. TASKE. Seremy
3 A1PAI4 TWc AND P005. SIGN
bsLmd~ft~~wY O IGET . T
IMR1S. st ?Z0 o'cloct. MAcou wil be Iea ' I
,patto to excmsiv. MAd unmjm taxedmm am fall sa.
Dilc at Eou~ .mtb
5 W AA Yed i tu i i i - i
.b1 te ..to 1D~LY~S
O DES3UNTONIST RiVR CAMP - TN
W wl MTeIDAY AV~ 9. ad
T ON MN be d8emet.y.
Older. Ample scommcacee for the
IT 9
J. -RIIPARD MICKIXI. Amsootes7y 7yl3abwvi
-TvMDnitod will be an akat
w G;M ir--sAY. July so
PI A8AND T.
esj ~t es e
L&w.Office bows.9to A dally.jfs
mWIKN. DEPUT
coNpeAT m r aler m. s tht an a-ad
wn b WJvm&vllmen a hn winda suse
1hwe TON t of juaOFet mAi
tn the pew seemut.
Do not daslay, but consutIL . IM
.40 .Pa. evo.
JyI.3tTmtkmda a speialty.
1rm-,-b~z~sSYDKPARTMENT.
te t y tmo .o .. f..1
D. DCp. Ihe
undadit bas been m Ine talertbn %I
SECOND NATIONAL oT NTO.
in the CY OP WASHI AON. IteNDEns,
WAhI-GTO ad D.c TROT OP CLU.
Wn cou pli wti alThe mrvaI~eo th ae
w ogi . enable madms mucimtiom to
extend theft ... to xtpt=""e ftdSo other -
REOON. DEPTY
A D Uof Stmr . Cwg do
beM y cerIfytt "THE SECONMAFMAW
IMAN )FW AHIlTON."is the (ITYO AH
ftTO i the ceuuty of WASHINGTON ad DIS
TIC le COMMW3A. b. autloime tjo have are
Won for the adxx se.riI In aricrem of
--"'lation. anely. until cka of buem* on JULY
24.1I911
.11VTU;IMb widt emmybmad ad "da 01
I S. W. MIXON.
co. u CuArDencya o.2. jaSOs
Jr BE-,RDECZD TOO&~
MwrOSwartaenijrmeru.
3y16.3k 51T 19Lacy ....be.Z ndV s.
O ANDTXL, ANDBON. NDE
-r OneO rd.m AD.S
T Grat..sa. Wa-rmG inre s u . ..
nsh4ttr J.rgaO .. atnopme. if 311M
~RASONM
...ci.*i,.L. S WHY.s~
rgatd tread of which mism.sm. roa& .P4..Wo-by
aton fecut wkiar rmsted U.eDeaW fb
..s tB. & j
-ud ame adn s
slaws 4.f the game--And became thbe rir..s?
the Rambler ep inuhet wheel bir both mri ..w
wh21erlinal ad the cmmak ale beslegminsar
Ile. a=lln to the power ad lemobbWn ume msea an
00231LILLY a WJlE G. c. Or..
jyig_______D IS 14AD.nw
AN UPARALLECLED 03133.
Eleeman~ ~ ~~~ci 3rsanue ote rM md the
2I141ree.ti =qjUauw.4 cmtheft ew etach .# 'sedf
#14dieomng a aIC lonmea uBw suim
berm
KISEVAN BES. * t. 7th Ad Z aob. n. w.
73 jyS3a Vmumtwn Cloddem, and T;alli
jrZ~jz A WINNING 'CUT IN TENNI
yEN la taema It . Ie ithe
elmwe tomte *ldms ra-quet as oscend
clamTpaEm. E TAmgAnem
a. ......... L
ad .........
5. 0 -Le.ss-r..ee_ ..w ew-........ y -a
T....am.......... ...
It
*Aiad ma Ut ew
$71e50 'rla- Sp" asue nw ....
1AOBe' ew liSi" cutnw ...
qurm "2ame Racqu ..
3- Nllmm Tod 4Demso" 3enat8
nWM .....Ws
SARBER a soak.
Auildew Hivdewve
COIL UTH ANDe 0PS. N.. S
The money maklng cbsmtm
BOOK A"D JOB PUIX96
DYSON &. ADAIM
TdgpftUS. WiEl ?12Is U & Uw.
I-~-WA~rrb--ALL ASCIRITTS. MBUILD.
~ mm nd cnutlealc Ic h=trd y the emble
kmail~~~intoh -,a a"mmt Iptdmadad by
WALTE I.DWITT. wholesale =An gretaildas
WMen. Telepb-ae Copy08', f eherib
%as,: DWas&. Eagle 382
=tL T-ft-n 7R3mb
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5~~~~einnar W 10 c-dV~ .w
SPECIAL NOTI1!.
%|J. s: o .m,' Spee"..'r
'I DLA X46AjPTIST 00VR
Adrepes will hte D
=.m wh maybe in the etS andL
pmstant. as 8 P6am
AeORE SCyet TE. SeetaY.
.CR D.OMPANY Of
a . D. be
as. a h
Tiors will be of ccmdd aeie 0na
es and cl l bmr
M "P.
~~w ~MbE es tet pood teistd. tda a
2. a he ak. Droastt -. sa fry
a gla., ... .....-*--*to ma -woidn.
ma. fuly tremomerlino-Is ah a beIer
aem age will naeof e eectes to ber
dom.5 lea. sfer deeces tod sothr ss
a B omet, and wh aed 9r
A. n o a t. nd t l
h1Ewillbeamol ucees bewn me ofra mhet."
ch eattmad n w b l mtd
bles. e adcd
bb Ad-wtel he thesie good at onnectacte dy an
2ge . al I --rateh-s hk PDritn anedtr ad
hhe a the gleetaa of s a a wnd
en. W ll Wordesome. -lchole bter
.ae In ra onh e yo e ar doWon
adoo will nob cd mtow bn
Jim d. at.them dIare toddo"an.
2% w A. thswek rp nad r
a A. ns of this Celicius m8 we. .1
* STTEAN IAUANEWEOEE
A.A . W"BUYL UTIS
-R.. . UTNM.- & 01
- - 75eea.e .enoo er a w dow ten.
alio To wrmil not beeter. tor he un
No. A. w.-- a w
i d l Iring o y c.nt*r
Chantt en r" tw by hwld~e n
b honorph oparalter s not see aneat on
JY20
:']L A OG W.htw. tm
boythan te in. O r,(bdiel
ster with Chbi(T-Eatom bee wht
61d 14th t. .y. Telephoame0. $7. 0
33 eALRIA STP1103 To~
' A W.
Oircatassa re arn qualte i na t
wcew teae tthw whic hav
cut the stock:
Un.tug ne Si:
cls es psopertionately,
. WAXPIELD SIMPSON.
Omr. 9th ad i Ind. nw. jym
~TEL'S TALE TO KEN.
The 35 per emat diseunt wSil prevail but a er
days leaner. m there is no may i It for h. Yen
had better set up while you can.
Thmet taking 1 per eat e the beet. lens t
an medt sttraeive lie et Neg1ige lhkrta oer.
Why sbould we?
The wise - marbuylr the not. IJSe Teud
tre by the half and dores. They know a
thiiwhen they see It. Think of Lisle Theed
COe whieh wm made to sell for SL2&amd L. 50
pet pair drop:g some. or I pars for the Sesa
T.E'S. "Nm-e &iafepng."
s a. ave. a.w. r .e
you knew bodtatielp Oukmda
IN yeo the forkli Cram"t thend
WMEThisN2 at sem. oefn st" wrth Ise
ha m
Ihe washen beprsdw o'. Job
str Wsam ether alnalsba'strawt
wn). '3'"
e-aw--ad Te9le thon t..
We can supply yes, your carpesse or yms
Hrwith hwSIat Aeet 25 per ent lO
than yea pay elsswerae. We take as geodar
ot the e=malstnler m we do r the laet
a0 atify all.
Gespeat these par e with thoe o ther
Bet Geoa-ea Leumber, 61.1 pesri sq a. it.
4*m-se Fleein . 6 ier sq...
*EeM-esh ndig ipe as. .A
bit Cgpress Shingl, 4 p 0.S% par w .ic .
Ase they not abeot 90 per est hewer them
the ask?
MEMA mUa 3T3 WT
f~~iaew es w bowoa
T cua~at hemepsan s.lssotctus
mlbtuselmse b pembelm shpddsl
4Lmsene. Wesparsr se. pw
We e t Sand E Oa.WArm
Thme 2 Par wcast. ETa wliyal baa la .
Adme ng es a tethe er no assU4eoItrULo
ae I sse- on yo, e as .
Tinkoftafib.
aH . Ma in41"
POSTSCR IPT
ON THE TRACK.
The laces at A=alot Island Thia
Afternoon
OE UCELLEIT TINE KIDE.
BARRETT AND BANKER.
A Decision Not in Accordance
With the Facts.
After the regular report of Tm Srm closed
the races at Analostan Island continued, and
by that time the attendance incresped very ma
terially. The interest in the different events
was quite active, and the contestants did good
Wrork. although the tok did not allow their
bet efforts to be put forth. Tie results, as
telegraphed to Tun STas, wereas follows;
TM tizzy SAM
In the flual heat of the Orst race the starters
were Wolfe, Ellis, Ushle, Mount and Ward.
For thc first three rounds the racers were
bunched, and on the last round Ward rode
ahead and finished winner, with Ellis second
and Mount third. Time, 2.57 2-5.
82coND SAC.
Half-mile ordinary L. A. W. championship
Entriesi: Wm. F. Murphy, N. Y. A. C.; L. D.
Manger. Chicago C. C.; 0. K. Barrett, thicago
C. C.; Edward H. M.Laughlin, Hudson county,
N. J.; W. S. Campbell, M. A. C. Prizes, gold,
silver and bronze medals.
The starters in this race were McLaughlin,
Campbell and John H. Draper. The latter be
longs to the A. C. S. N. The race was an ex
citing one from the start to the finish and was
won by Draper; Campbell second. Time,
.18 2-.
TEEED SAC
Two mile safety, handwaap, open-Entries
Geo. Fitatimmons, Greensboro,'C. C. N. C., 280
yards; Albert M. Boss, Knoxville, C. C., 220
yards: Henry Wolfe, Wilmington, DeL, 280
yards; W. T. Ellis, I. . C.W., D. C., 200 yards;
J. E. Geigan. Baltimore C. C., 200 yards; Chas.
E. Johnston, Hagersawn B. C.. 215 yards; H.
B Arnold, M. A. C., 90 yards; C. Ford Seeley.
M. A. C., 90 yards; E. E. Clapp, A. W. W. D.
C.. 290 yards; W. C. Marnmn, Zig-zag C. C.,
Indianapolis, Ind., 140 yards; W. F. Sims,
Y. M. C. A., Washington, D. C., 175 yards;
J. M. White, Baltimore C. C., 190 yards; E. B
Terry, C. W. D. C., 250 yards; J. W. Cox, St.
Louis C. C., 175 yards; B. Harding, St. Louis
C. C., 175 yards; Z. H. Lodand, Warren A. C.,
220 yards; H. C. Tyler, Springfield B. C.,
scratch; F. G. McDonald, King3 County W..
Brooklyn, 240 yards; E. P. Burnham. Spring
Sold B. C., 100 yardt; Geo. W. Shannon,P. W.
Brooklyn, N. Y., 23 yards; John H. Draper,
A. C. S. N.. 110 yards; C. Greenman, Wilming
ton, Del., 290 yards; W. H. Ward. Washington,
D. C., Y. M. C. A., 210 yards; Wm.
P. Murphy, N. Y. A. C., 70 yards;
. Keator L. C. C., Chicago, L., 110 yards;
K. A. Nelson. Springfield B C., 150 yards; W.
H. Penseyres, Bffalo A. C.. 140 yards; C. W.
Dornige, Buffalo A. C., 50 yards; F. N. Her
man, . A. C. 0. A. C.. 85 yards; H. C.
Wheeler. M. A. C., 90 yards; Geo. A. Banker,
M. A. C., 40 yards; P. J. BerlQ, M. A. C.,
scratch; Ge. F. Taylor, K A. C.. scratch; H.
Van ficklen, Chicago C. C., 70 yards; L. D.
Munger, Chicago C. C., scratch; H. A. Githens,
Chicago C. C., 40 yards; J. D. Adams, Chicago
C. C., 225 yards; 0. K. Barret, Chiaego C. C.,
40 'yards; A. Beggs, C. C. C., 225 yards;
A. T. Hywood, Chicago, BL, 225 yards;
F. C. Graves, Springfield B. C., 75 yards; A. J.
Doetechaman, Nyack, N. .Y., 2=5 yards; Sidney
B. Bowman, Elisabeth A. C. N. J., 170 yards;
Geo. C. Smith, IL W. N. T., 125 yards; C. M.
Murphy, K. C. W., 125 yards; A. B. Rich, R.W.
N.Y.. 90 yards; H. Smith. N. Y. A. C., 48 yards;
H. Bllyeu, P. A. W., 110 yards; W. W. Taxis, P.
A. W. and A. C. . N , 40 yards; J. B. Corse, S.
C. Towanda, Pa., M yards; L. Geyler, C. W.,
Pha-dphis Pa., 175 yards. Pries: First,
slver tea set and tray; second,'suit of clothes;
hird, lamp.
There were seventeen starters in the handi
cap two-aile safety. Tey were Henry Wolff,
W. T. Elis, H. E. Clapp, W. 0. Marmon, W. F.
Aa. Was. F. Murphy, E. A. Nelsop, H. C.
Whesler, H. Van Sickles, G. K. Barrett, A.
S. Githens. Munger fell on the last
the men went te
became more exciting, and Githems won, W. F.
Murphy second, Z. A. Nelson third and Geo. A.
Banker fourth. Time, 5os d
IoUST= SAe.
Quarter mile safety, L. A. W. champion
ship--Entulsa: H. B. Arnold, K. A. C.; Z. H.
L.eA..a, W. A. C.; Wa. F. Murphy, . Y. A.C.;
B. C. Whsler, M.A. C.; 0. K. Barrett, Chi
engo C. C.; Was. H. Muflik=, Baltim ore 0. C.;
W. W. Tazis, P. A.W. aad ..8. N.; Hqrry
Martia. Asbury Bark, N. 3.; Gee. A. nkerm,
N. A. C.; L. D. Mager, Chicago C. 0.
Prizes, gold, silver and bronze meedals.
Barrett, Muflim- ad Banker were the omly
starters, and they did their best froma thp stat
to the Snish. Barrett was announced as win
er, although every one on the reporter's stand
was eanAs that Baker had won. The dash
en dhgusted Banker, who dropped his wheel
and walked to the aesu. Ranker -wan
as aend.e Tme, 171.aecd.
Onesans saty taas, open. Eastis, N.
White,'Balese C. C.; G. L. aMs, J.D.
lmgrans E. Van asss, cuhsge aC.;Hm.
C. TRIe, ? A. Das. and F. C.
gpr~sid E . C.; C. W. Desadge aud Ws
1esspgen, se.l A. . bias, esser sp.
noe4meem a ine es ent anuto oppeer,
as se basing *1is N. A. Gimmes reds
giesete 'isinaen. and Se em w ee
~ua m Winer.e auts. 4 i
.m ia A. W. bs31
-an am r 1a
IMYSe, P. A. W.; W. W. I, P. A . and
A. C. S. N.; N. H. Yan 8 Mn. Chieeg C. C.;
A. J. Doeolamama, Nyaek, N. T.; W. 8. Csmp
bel, M. A. C. Primes: First, caande wate";
second, dub pump; third, H. . of I. lamp.
Ther were bit three steris in the rase.
They wereW. F. Murphy. W. S. Campbell and
C. M. Murphy. Thue imit, 2.5. Caampbel
won, C. M. Murphy egond. 'ime, S2M S..
No race.
The one-mile ordinary, to which the time
made was above the time limit. was afterward
decided to be a race, Campbell being winner.
mreuTE mac.
One-mie tandem. L A. W. cbamplomahip.
Entriew-C. Ford Sedy and mate, K. A. C:
Bert Har ding and mate, St. L. C. C.; We. H.
Penseyeres and Chas. W. Dorntie, A. C. N. T.;
L. D. Munger, G. L Barrest, Chicago C. C.; L.
Geyler and mate, C. W. Philalphia, P.; Sid
ny B. Bowman, H. L. Saltonstnil, E. A. C., N.
J. Priaes: Gold, silver and bromse meals for
both men.
There was a time li t of 8 minutes put en
the one-mile tandem L. A. W. championaip.*
Thoese who started wmreWC. F. Seley, and
F. N. Herman, M. A. C.: W. H. PfN
ioyeres and C. W. . Derste, A. C., N. Y.; L
S. Geyler. J. H. Draper, C. W., PhbQdiphWa
and Sidney B. Bowman and H. L. Saltenstall,
A. C., N. J.
The race was won by Penmsyeree and Dernte,
Seeley and Herman mcond. Tbie, L2 4-.
1IST RAcO.
One aile ordinary, District of polumbia
championship.-Entrim-W. Harry Ward, T.
-M. C.; W. T. Mobertson, Arlington W.; . C.
Bowen, A. W. Prize: gold and diver medair.
Harry Ward and E. C. Bowen rode the one
mile ordinary, District of Columbia champion
ship; time limit, 3 minutes. The men kept
pretty weil together until the back stretch.
when Ward went aheadand cromed the tape in
3.17. The race was off aq the time limit was 3
minutes.
The one-mile ordinary District of Columbia
championship was run a second time. Ward
won in beating Bowen.
Wahington News and Gouip.
Index to Adver -mea.
ADVIERTIING ..................................Pee 8
AMUSEMENTS............ ......................Page 0
ATTORNEYS....... .............................Pa , 7
AUCTION SALES ...................Page 3
BICYCLES......... .................e 7
DOERDING....................................Pare 2
BUSINESS CR ANCES ........................Pags 2
CITY ITEMS..................................Par S
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE .................... Foe 2
'0OUNTRY bOARD ..............................age 2
DEATHS..........................................PFage 5
DENTISTRY....................Page 7
EDUCATIONAL .........................P......age 8
EXCURSIONS. &c ..........................Page 8
FINANCIAL........ ..................Pae 1
FOR RENT (Flats)..............................Pag. 2
FOR RENT (Halle) ........................... ..P 2
FOR RENT (Oces)................ P-ga 2
FOR RENT (Roos) ............................ Age 2
FOR RENT (Houses)............................Page 2
FOR RENT (Ito:-a). .. ....................Pw 2
FOR RENT (Stables) ...................... Na 2
FOR RENT (MismUanmg).....,..............Pag 2
FOR SALE (Horses aml Vekchtel)...........PWag 2
FOR SALE (Houses)...........................Pags 2
FOR SALE (la) ................................ange 2
FOR SALE (MEeellsans)...............Pg 2
FOR SALE (PLanos).............................P. g I
MOTELS..........................................Pag 7
LADIES GOODS........................... 7
LEGAL NOTICES............................Page S
LOCAL MENTION.............................Pi 8
LOST AND FOUND..............................Page 2
MANICURE......................................P.
MARRIAGES...................................Page 5
MEDICAL .................... ....................Pass 7
MISCELLANEOUS..............................Page 5
MONEY WANTED AND TO WAN........... 2
NOTAkIES PUBLIC............................Paos 2
OCRAN STEAMERS.............................Page 7
OFFICIAL NOTICES...........................Paw. 8
POTOMAC RIVER BOATS.....................Page 8
PIANOS AND ORGANS. ........................Page 7
PERSONAL.......................................Page 2
PROFEESIONAL.................................Palg 7
PROPOSALS.....................................Page a
RAILROADS.....................................
SPECIAL NOTICES.............................Paw. 1
SPECIALTIES-..................................Pas 8
STEAM CARPET CLEANING..................Pae 7
STORAGE........................................ah 2
SUBURBAN PROPERTY........................Paft 2
SUMMER RESORTS...........................Page 7
WANTED(Help).. . ........................Pa.e 2
WANTED (Houmo)............................... ros 2
WANTED. (Loba)..... .................Pag 2
WANTED (Ronmg)....... ..............Pass 2
WANTED (Situations)........................... g
WANTED(w..n...).......................Paee 2
Govnsxuzt Bcurmrm TonDA.-lnternal
revenue, 647n,8; customs, 0682,40.
Tan NAvAL B.L Si zn.-The Predeat has
digned the naval appropriation bill.
AzssrAxT 'ScaTAar Soaar of the Nqvy De
partiment has gone to New York to inspect the
naval militia.
Tax Sacamaar or Wa& has approved the
plans for two free bridges acrom the Willa
matte river at Portland, Oregon.
NEw Marni BaMx.-The controllee of the
currency bes authorised the First National Bank
of Guiford, Me., to begin busness with a cap
ital of *NA.
MANr BAND Coxesar.--The following is
the program of the Marine Band at the concert
to be given at the Capitol groiands tomaewrew
afternoon at 5:5 o'clock: L. Mareb, "Weine
ine," Sces; 1. Overtmre, "Conseerstiem ot the
4."Hl Columbia,
To Esse Our Duas.-The aerine e.
li1tal vessel m..ta Poser, now at New Teak,
hae bees ordered near Cape Chale, Ye., for
en .h Wil rebese the
Veeduard of that and mis be in ekag e
leaed A-iss -sge Wisy.
TE NEW
.a.~ eam Stmnee.am
Gen. Easem A. caP,1 - e
eml,bmaMiedssmswik maw
her, 30. Ue eep b~~
~Yle ~ m hiumaI
T33 WOSAMs VAI.
1ebm1Mmt Ilk" the Asspessemeen w
Fame-amem o eas Weubsi .
Thure appers to bee Sees a nMen esam
vesin to a amer 4 Isammg members of the
Ems who eppo" the World's fair apprepria
ti h ht So appeng im- Will AMWy be
,seed So by the NEas.
The amoetty aiewt go tasm whem itemsne
tp a Anal vote yeteriday wse s s mal 0h It is
%eMed at the fieds of the pe.-m -- wl
met have very gest dielig I& weedsawg it.
W T ecm botb e Eams vowa that the
mes& they eam d is Io rem hog 6m4 to
emphas their epoe'M It is robobb
that the Irs reper easa hed empee (whek
will sases baler. temaeow probably)wn be
adisgreemmet. It wAlLthem be in order for
sme ae in the Mores to me that the 3ese
pe"efee he I Its edd to to s Senat.
It wy be that the wrld's fafs Bwil have a
anthis mao at Int, but the proba
is st" there wE be more @how fe sei -
ace bealr ytee g
3Uaumtw ra asenOSZ&WrSEs.
In answer ID the objection that th item wE
siel the aggat of apprefetim-- they wE
arges that the apjropriate frem aser
rent and amammna m.a. y eso and WE
be a maam of y this esa in clreelbiem,
geveral of ther ===o member- Sed
very fto.forable over the prepect
of the being s,
er hatit th. a id waty-4
-peole-. bint for the
ame a pm p a erp atia. bat
Ta bmrscmxc ann. aemiuur.
It is expeeted that amemmeineemsse
an the general aedimcay bil wil be re-hed
today. This wi have the iadry etwa te
only bBt inore. With the prospect e an
agreeaon reId' fair Isem e favraese,
as it now appears al the appropristin bili
ought a be out of the way byAhe and of this
week,
WOeIRMS Orr SmAL.. M3&
The 6en=Ter. of the Hoose expect to dispaes
of a great deAl t basm i ner the fe..a.M.m
adopted this mrntian provding for a ceall t
camattees each day between new and the elss
of the samin for the --m --j-tm e .
on the calealr, one hour bef given to each
COmmittee. Th will take the P Of the i
enpando [email protected] mar the els a the meet...
The order wEl be subject to --terruptiome by
80o1seserb m -aprli6m8M but it is
COMMIONRL CAETER ~iIGNI.
prbe that pet m. A.... ..,s...
wil-- ease m.a---t cr--a
R. Ifes Cem" the Ammuel Repee and
This Afternoon Mr. Thams E. Carter Wi
cease to be oammsionero the general hand
ofie. He eahe o the departmnt this after
noon and at one emered apam the tesk of
completing his mUMl report. This dome he
ent his roges om he the Prebleut, and us
its acceptance he wiE oew ho be
the ooial heead of the land oles.
Mr. Orer's roeurmnt rem dh
land ofie caee amore anm aee eaolal regret
outhe part of the nek. Behas beem a good
eommn ier and has dqipayed as executive
ability combined with grea tet and condsderm
"io that has given hbi tb geod w at thema
yas ee as these wbi have buhmes be
lo e o GeO.
Er. (arter is a very smeoth eteem. to w a
exproive phrase that corne from his em pest
of.the a and he has bea able toesae
num a great dm withost meah flm. It may
9sid that the weish of the had cly was
never so well advanced as it is as
prenat ae with the " of *wo
when Mr. Carter smined p orf *& Badole
a year and a half age. There were my
in a co-am of 0sase, mainly owingiethe
eccentric notio emterteiued by (bmmioner
witaad. Ho p y as
of the lad =we md as m e but whet
he might be t in eg-rd tothefrdsheiws
aRowed to ve fon sway. His eesel
0%reer WO prmt-rsly amled whim he at
tempted se gIve ame dirocticas he the eee
tary et the Interior, and his ....e.r have
endeavesrd to ual nd to werry f the
work of the emoe without ampus he
Coa Ideras -Was smide In head
li.g the cur(etroe cfos, but it i =M
that Undler Mr. (blrter' admileum 69
ses 10 16 mad in W e1,p"
. oR A0c T h e ts a o rksetim.
tie, and at the sa dema Perml
socal relelicas wI e- a bet.im sad
the an --e-. a s m -- smbreh al
LAS"R AND TEE: WOULDS 1*13.
Wha Is fte6 by anlerhr off on,
Cbsirmam Durberow ceffed a meeting 4C as
wedde fli ob smifee of B. HeOM flar ti
morning to hear teaemeles by Mr. Jehn I.
Naec, gemeemo I wdnner of As
Kights of Labor, ad Mr. Wrighta mbaer of
the esee board of *0 buisham
Th ehaermm fused e eaR for
tie me11eg aft.r eodeseag . faemewiag
telegram bam Mr. Rapes; PbftArpW JW
SL.-a... . c. D1rbre0W, Jr., Waki.gb.., D.
C.: The e-m..--a se he.e of B. zEigh
of Ember WEn he pl~aed to meset ye ma
te en a B vel' aprapmi emesee
e a arhewar smy We
b iD b , as emeE ta of -ocaso
andor the (3i a assemsl
both he e ssite as uass ber .d
-,he emuiermbel fpebmae *--g as
big lease mo emim weshauem, B. so
ft h anlew mien em mm mis as wees and
e of aut a
hises yuto rols i
emes ad . gas uestems he e.
Besta bebmel Thla
wesid chew B.apsegern et
asme samQe i
,e.er..".
es e
8ep
NQ FEAR OF VIOLENCE
1
7 .a ...M A..
ElA INE orNam
Bur. Mclsde dm s Oa
$10,000 Bal.
O'DONNELL TO SURRENDER
No mAum er UW==S.
NO D&MV ow Omaaead --
MW INu Mor 6ommased aSamws at As
h i Ema& s m--......
sedii niese Wnma mgo,4man
Esamma, Pa., July M.-Frlby ha ft a
UMbW et yn bem 8em1dad as mn el
hmS amisky da, and it weuld se mew .
600h e eaning Friday weM be [email protected]
wAS a-e tha. the .weens ---meat 1 aeetos
mo. Whem ae 06 as th Caromg pm
dire sm iuud eveg Ohy wil, e amp
Carmm Fri, he dea gmrewe agpist a.
srned hbers whafmtey spon .am timay sm.
Ing Shy wN adit only mam-mamen was. Wit
hs em phaie amA--Eh-m m d inmi
pwis mind h esat hit inquis in
te pe~mbs maeas et the n wh m bI
Winad esu Their uNnupm hew. beam mom.
nhebly plih-end by "they" I mama th sa
amid e.
The lem hee mr beas .om "ao mes a
es .e a asm~ma wik aying et a
ms-umai o1 ahhdou aever epeedt d
e..am. d plat, we e m-saw-'- .
aggseation at ==-umeW-- 11 d" hA" ed
es -ae-besamd s samd sg" " be
sam e "blek sbeep" sheid re a do& pink
Abe aft be redele to ft lu. erisa
te pma day or two te hew bee hat 1em
saek theeals, and as ammte etf Am* I been
Ime eany ne W4y teamm em *at eibjm
doIe kAt onfoiay. Men who we esteem.
aOud inAS t Ie... hel"ee M e wrival of
the ammtoryr e now appmnmy.eedsae wth
a* pasmmium et art dmto m, sma dome do
iammaee et wetmb for a md in emome
with the rift wig 6e saied if ay a pm.
amited to live osf peb weft
Da ea eeasm. estemal= omW.
The day cf ue.mrd e-stenr at staemiam
ispoas. Iayewe toems thm eaybeam
agmit emmltu as eing as amom Nub
brAgt en pmmst , h- t dm &
me disturboe em Friday, ad I do m"at
Ste i prehMIy rf it, h tS peophs wi
he. bees mamS awauilAfg U eu Of M
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tdea. A lwg so i e es. ememt 6
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at. but &M is me hmee fer amarid wals.
Emery rte 3m cennued evm 6ematg
meat M d emates is em $ anseeme to
.Ma em dei pmaf ems th w vM S
mAildymni-lmits d . A 1 , e -
amay eImum to adeatde e me otLV
balthoes, hut hese ammhob hmewso wo n
we* ae wmt sumees m t onir m.
lan .1 fmy be lms em Amba
ttIa. by mam, et a esernr msive bpeat
WI S-MMA r winhbee 16eary aM eMO* s
segh ma appeal to wm, sma Iam mom al
sl--omen hiew We.
Theeebgie m aumk e peugpe af I
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laber The t le s pmemd do iepmerls.
di. et "Pineetam." Now eams to eam
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