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am aw reftesblag 16i ull adl seRalyYe, procaplY em a*eL U^UviJVG and = weI.14elmm thes =16e effeaftay,due .dij thto the reedy amsta . 11" th io Ill 1111b le~~= ii."L~ aci.adal dmamea it eaM w bave nadb ka the moat Uomlr remdy kllOIIe b Nhwding dIqoft K nbabd wil ProwB tm~y arsay ems who wm so UJf WillJ FMS SMP CS OWIL AL am 111LsS UQ, c. * a T" QlaSkin , I~ all~ saw fW **man " b Uhkt ose b Mwa"S a I VRA we libe a R. W . MANIA L h~mw~iadmw A Se smTO N AenMr. A norp Ease VM room s Aatn aend mE am..r Sm.r a ig queslen has amg betee go -e--- eemeroi A e seigt t paw.. brebm te dpeme of pepe whI has boe am Preath & Frech a atesrage for W. a Pya at oPetesbrg, Va., 4m e at testW to be bet bAt hei Abat a vA, nmble dikmd pih an Seo a e ft to visef off Bahmod, and Ae ..e bad been Pawned In this oty. 3b. Keare m d An fteNip tie. te be made *rag ae dateave eerpe, and 6e pia w.. heaL so..dng I* the latter of Moesn reomah, Is do Pawn @bor o e ha -I' ynsla g eeto mmand ph. hu bea r beibt == ----- er he.e t....e be amomm Saema& tohv be vau.ed .. as a. ea ..,t sad. to obthla be ph a ser i mub the dealer refued to give to up. o French may bey have ached dhe depart aNt tga te phe, but re m wil Se os cowbe ay emUot recover Il a be phm elIeI IN a uea-reduooL. C Niig beir $leir, Nmae ame y : " arnteo thtIf sink. ua e has bern all'wed to m.la .'ff 1a "".et be swam "t be 1 61 ldo Ie to be Ilme mmeal wil be for be SW ie ebring bb booty hue eta iny4 be pawabrehe amet be enmored if be advertise is Iwo' letr: .-Thive. . O .! plndr *toths city wil weive esal eeed-mde. I ran na* -, I m 0er rea Stmer dinary wsipft UAS. 9e0-s assoer. report, wIhIs be mamid teay, end is asfl lams: The ttutes realutg 1* be Ditrket, ia providing for the sare and dimpeitioa of aeh property an ham e e f into bhe eaSofy e be pobee, res ese-peperty lOAt, po-end=dm=pan& stoifn (noiee.' 4W, Be D.C. They &be provide a meothod by wshekproperly, shell be reudI s eaa tlefto properly to be deiveredoebharder ot bhe Pbfeor Criminal Cer (e eec. 414, Bel. D. C.). stole. property anmo thereforebe proven to be nusmh n eurt or eo before the owner could obtain mobh order, and tbe berl amt have aen plane in be Die triet of Cenabl or he ae amid *et be brought before gibter of maid cere1 To take a eoo into court there must be sa arreet. If no arrel, an owner requiring e an at his property smy obtain ft upon giving bead in twice a vacu of .the Property, with two real Getat. rme re.eAt in be District of Co lumbia, tbe bond to be aproved by be Com misioner There i nooter" o by which Sa d to have been stolen ean be ein the Dist rict. A thief and be goods it is allged he bas aou may be tada into another Jurisdiction on a requiaton, a de acnsed- and bhe evidence ah bin hm to together, and that would be on be order of be Spreme coot of e Distriet is - o ethat thi s, pan to alde in anoher Th r ; ere wn to arret an o f be evidence by cotsln. The junk law we ade for anPPI . to e Distric oe Columbi, is fair to pesume, and do" not take eogu maie of inittN melered ysrm bT po pere mh bat be iemanrt aod bing ea pee of aed ph before he Pold Court on a warrans eearno him with buying stolen Proprly, Whicoul babhe be cowrto bee oogaft ae Of be sam, ad to give an order of reglilon; etbewie i. eey se dbetweet owaro be pn and Se pawnbrokerto be determined by as I p gg e, howvere bet be matter be To fIar.d to e attorney t .be D..1 t of l bia for his inion. WON Sr TIM WASnE J&AXW6 - hie d rd the ePrim et as e a aO The fndamvm mvile at Norflk ele eemsday. Tn lbo a erm beard b cnsor ansad baud empe oal. It bete. for te bore tad be im prte Of aon won by es Marine tnd of Noi ald, bey abo of WO bybe9 lead it So Gorme. shi tlhie Augeuit, and e bad of pd by be Nava Aesy ted. MauL's Dead a of - Salt. It isthe bet tra apeforth entand alterwbate exa. Th pei The martie b cl of e ae th be baud of be e Eser onso ee cometd.n The tenes para, weba event an th1 Far at Nerfee TYo bon eer bm wo- rp mute. IE pubtcaeho te in 1 1 Gad local wbeelm wo* naa in amo. P dr er er . -t b.e eoyeahtosar . TAUE TIM TO DLIBRAE But when the time for action ar rives, stop thinking and buy bot, tle of geuae Carlsbad Sprudel Barit. iste best a a aperd ent and alterative extant The ina Wrted article has the "Eisner A Mendelson Co.. Agents, 152 and 154 Franklin street, New Yore," on every bot FAeDy o W eUld 00.. A 00ON.muistis 1 Ma ap pr ayeahMt. P IE a 'r40m. SGl6reat Eas G~ter Ir-pof.Wit e oalndTweed - mmer Plme Hmm Mt Le. MARO CHEL___ THE SOCIAL WORLD. Upieg B. .m a. ~ aam AT THE BRITISH LUGATION. sUMMI -eam m et Mr. womana 1a1@ firasf egeum-tess r.10 Iesesses - asseshmuawaes of TOSeeING MSol moe. Seodlly te pod weak b bon a great - sf Is had o g event, he resepofu: = m Thiumaer eves at a arUih embaesy,wh"eh wo to mae every cn Indulge ia ples eat eaipsde mfor dayS ahead and te'ind it a gshned 12d set nuuly whn thinking .,Wr sias. sum of 6 1eW espeted wIre aet thse, hut thiA eald s s rsesenahle die. appointment when se day oher distingued iems were an and There wasa leang de ire to wea fte bllw. agU o--z=l at sch ot rnge, ht Air John 0, Hopkins could lot Iave hb so"s at Dampt.on Read$ an yes turay. Th Emel and Coafusm c Crave was -mehw es ea alas and every strange oompi was poitely hut elesoly mia.n.d to see i they wore this youthful but renowned pair. showed very good sese by staying away and prove also that a large ball oven at sach an osaltod plce as the British sebassy isno place for a newly married couple, who naturally d.-, dre no interruptos at al to their honeymoon t. ~ Therea m be so critleism that ir 3 ands PWUNaeeft have out any -anies off hhiirs No do" hiprm o in the diplomatis service. Iveryb was there the am as they usd to be at al the large-bals given by Sir Juian when he ASt oa.e to this eity, and those who stayed longest he the verv bost time. Am a attrastion there Is absolutely nothing quite up to a wedding. The events on the cards for am* week are protty well made pof weddins, mad there'IN absolutely little ejsto distire attentana froms them The rub or66a Ishapoe to mean' er A usaualy exists against weddii, so April's last call in the amatmouial market is really most interesting. There are a half a domes Wednesday brides, and pehapd nore. Lately some of the most entmrtaluiug alis he no at be&t talled about till the day before, and some of them not til they were over, which is, of course, all right from some potl of view and all wrong from sem . ethers. The throng which will attend Min Carlisle's wedding next Wednesday are paett well insteustod elready an to hcrelty sight which awaits them. Mim Clar bas been a great belle and is much admired and will nuke a charming bride. The groom. Mr. Augstins P. Burgwin, is popular in legal and @ irdeis of Pittiobwr where he will take his bride. The br m walI be Mis Ernst, Miss Ancrft, Miss May Cox Miss Evans and Miss Wilder of Savai= Mr. John K. Burgwia will be best maa and 4M ushers Mr. Montgomary Blair, Mr. D. Murray Boblon of Philadelphia, Mr. Charls Carter of Baltimore, Mr. Gerge a Painter and Mr. John D. Melmlan of Pittsburg. A breakfast follows the oreomy. What with dahes end dahes-, Drince and m the:ar and counteeses, the social do to the past week had a re Tavor of the ocountry. Life was worth living for these who delight in titles and was made a little more interesting eve for those who only care for plain Mr. and Mrs. Society; had an intense per goon interese in the marriage of the Earl of Craven and Mis Martin the other day, and the intret has grow a good deal eloser since the youthful earl and his bride elected to spend the arst ew days of their honeymoon under the shdow of the Capital, the White House and the monument. Thy have had all the beneft of our park@ for late twilight strolls just like our humbler visitors, and they have enjoyed it an as u m as any one can who is burdened with their wealth and position. Popular In terest in them will not have quite waned to nht when along will come the Duke and Duohs. of Veraga and their suite. The eai tal this grea nation will to the decend ante of Columbus. all posi honors. By aU acounts the pal is appreciatve and; the attentios which V= be showered upon them at the seat of government will be thor oughly enjoyed. Prom the limited stay an nounced for the party it does not Seem as if any more esesmonous hospitality will be shown by the President than the reception on ne0t Monday afternoon. I it should be an aoun6ed between now and then that a state dinner er alevee weuld be given on Monday night then would be very general satisfaction. Mr. and Mrs. Thoase IL Waters, who were married on the 11th in Boston, will give a re tien tomorrow evening at their residence, Vermont avenus, from 8 to 10 o'elock. The annual council of the Mount Vernon TaMde' Association will commence on %* 28d of MAY. Uim Liami Sheraan, daughter of the late Clen. Sherman, is visiting li Marie Patterson at 110 Vermont avenue. Senator and Mrs. Brics have cards out for Monday evening at 10 o'clock. The Duke and Doehems of Verages and their sate will be guests on this occasion. On Thursday morning, the 2th instant, Mr. Osar . Bradley of New Haven and Miss Laura Z. Mo of this eity were married at the home of her aunt, Mrs. L. J. ENesll, 620 A street northeast. The ceremny was performed by Rev. 8. V. Holmes, assistant pastor of the First Preebyterian Church, and was attended by a large number of friends of the young couple. An informal ire wsheld at th close of easion of which the bridal party started for New Haven, where they will reside. The bridal pret were numerous and costly. Among thoe peses wreMrs. K. C. Moss and Miss Clara Mo,'1nother and eister of the bride; Mr. and Mrs. 1.3J. Riusell, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Gould, Mr. Charles Gould and Mr. Chaules Lynch, u=ctss and sante of the bride; Mr. Lewis Tall of Brooklyn, N. Y., the groom's best aman; Mr.. Charles Matthews, Mrs. John Terme ,Mr. Lulie Coates. Miss Lula Hurdle, uis Hrdis, Mis Ida Gates, Mism Katie Vierke, Miss Addie Gates, Misi (Jora IEhlert, Miss Jean G. Matti, Miss Nellie PhliMpa, Kiss Rosa Abraham, Miss Emma maneck', Mis Mary Martin, Kiss Lydia Ostratider, Mr. Eugene Do Montraville, Mr. George Nairn and Mr. T. K. Mossley. On Monday evening comapany C of the engi ser eorps, D. C. 1.0G., will give anmetertsin mnst at the Natiomal 31e.' Hal. The Co. tamia Banjo, Manoli and Guitar Club will semder seraj selsotiese. The vocal numbers Mr.1.J.Fihe, baritone, and Kr . 1.34 son, semis, and 16e Mesart Quartet. The otssamsst wRi be followed by dansing. A herge party from the Norfolk navy yard whited e sh he b roads one sdy Ce....t, Mim Cre.. Mr. L..rt. Chief Ineh, Mrs. Inch Miss Ie K...d Ms..... . Gatrk.f M.Ut. street left l week ilse abs-le Gy, whese they u8S ipin a Utile U.., nhe Uaity (tub held ies l.as esig of ahe seass en WudsdyArl15, ia h acut ia the chai. 3ev. Oliver A. hrewn, D. D., paser efqme Foundry (mrb, deliersed the as felowa: Jdg 3. 3.Mutn K. .A. Oe vi,~weeesusnt;a.""A Mem. Dag'an 3Mis Enley have seterned to e .hemi ausy tte a pisamme vst The sa es et Mr. Bab 5. eder, Na, 1SfE es masseie of a humane. JOURUEAL~il is IMFe ms ANT a, Se paat Ap'le Z Smh Me jao ppemhee -e he pa- bo msis he feta n e D~lths~et uw I ~Ns s lee arnss. es of Mr. amn Xm d W m , who we jam bask hem eir us!mPw- beW 416**d. 41 -b haR aens hefto V was asede adeo" -Askmer 4 a. eli reaj b s av wem-a - N isted nt W" te.....ag~ A........at.s.serwe4 and the gemt -afeedm a las her. Amng thmam m w Mr Jaued Mr.and 0sa W. . Mr.n Mr. Ese W.L 4r. m:d Er . t ert, a. nd s Mr. AG Vn. obert I&.a h, Mr. Thdm. Xs MW. a oapsem ftqftly A Mrs. N u Dra. MA. sMr. Gnd Mrs. . N. Grem, r, and Mrs. W. C. Daval, Mr. W . L T4, Jr., Mss Tei, Dr. uId, the Mres. Dr. Rankt, Rev. and Mrs. Van Wy r. od Mrs. Fied Perry Powers, Dr. Nr. T. L Smalla, Dr. and Mrs. Bartltsi 3ev. Mr. Nevins, arr. and Mr. J. 0. Ames, thems ar , A. W. Fro..i., Dr. Munson, Dr. and ,ad a Charls- 3 Belay, Mr. A. 0 1, Mrs. semator Davis, Mr. ad Mis Barehsi, Miss Caron, Miss Mere.n, D. I. L Crissy, A. 0. Wiles.w F. 0. Bekett, H. E. Wilard, Mrs. H. A. Willard. Mr. and Mrs. I J. Bod Mr. and Mrs. Jewell, Mr. mad Mrs. ParksM Mary Chambers, Miss Beall, Mr. Maars. - Mrs. Lilian L Dunn, secretary of te aso. atis, saneunees that as.Bret annal - union of the Georgetown Convent Alumnae Association will be held Way 9, in k. parlors of the Arlington Hotel. There will be a buasi ness meeting at 11 o'clook,folowed by a lanch eon. which will be a socia event of .ebnsider able importance. The membership of thes sodation Includes csh promeamt debsa as Mrs. Potter Palmer, h'. Fred Grant, Mrs. Russel Harrison, Mrs. Cora SamIa.. Ives, Mine Harriet Monroe of world's fair ods ftm, and others eqally weil known. and there Ie a notable gathering at the reunion. Mis Edith A. Cook* of -arlis, Pa., ac companied by Min. Fannie N. Shearer of Hav risburg, Pa.. are enjoying a visit wit their friend Miss Grace Fox of No. 1 Grant plaeG. Dr. and Mrs. Charles Als" left bas eseidng for Norfolk to witness the naval review. Mrs. Robert P. Walker of Chicago, with her litle daughter, is visiting Mrs. Arthur Walow Dunn at 19g 15th street, f N Mrs, General Dettasey is at 1514 1 street. There will be a dancing recetlon at the Chins legation on Wednesday abernooo~a 8, in aid of the Home. for incurables. the music will be furnished by the Marine Band. Mrs. Heber May will assist Miss Toorhes in receiving the guestsand the Chinese albiuter and his suite will extend every possible courtesy to the ladies in helping to make the event balk pieturesque and enterteining. Mr. and Mrs. H. Mets, 21 D skeet sou gave a party on Thursday evening to elebrate the tenth birthday of their daughter, Florence There were twenty-four little guests who came masked. Fancy dances were danced by Miss Mary Chapman; recitations by Miss EdIt Wood. Miss Bae Kauffman. Miss Frances Miller, Ml- atie Boswell and Miss Mary Chapman. The prises of the donkey party were captured by Master Harry Miller and Miss Pearl Padgett. The table was beautifully deorat with ferns and carnations. The birthday cake was orna wented with ten liglited eandies. 2h Uei were Misses Dora and Bertha Hall, Rae man. Bertha Clarvos, Frances Miller, Mary Chapman, Maud Carter, Edith Wood, Pearl Padgett, Katie Boswell, Julia Warma....e and ti=n Tolson, Masters Dodley Burns. Jalian Mattern. Fred Mattern Raymond Mat ters, George Dtetrich, Willie Boyd, Walter Ball, Elmer Wood, Harry Miller and aond Padget. The smanl celebratio of Se bshmsp.re Club in honor of the birthday of the poet vhsve name the club bears will be held this evening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. William D. Cabell, 1407 Massachusetts avene. several scenes from Shakespeane's plays, somne fine mudi and short shkeepam paper constitute the program., A very interesting andenjoyable double rmep tion wasgivenonFridayeveningat theresidence of Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Bright. No. 146 Baeon sreet, Mount Pleasant, the occasion beIn the thirtieth wedding anniversary of their wedding and the fith of their son, Charles E. Bright. The elder Mrs. Bright was assisted by her daughter Laura and Miss Ciarkson, and the younger by her sister, Miss Mary F. Gus. The ample parlors were filled with guests, many of whose remained until the "wee sma' hours" of the night. Befreshments were served and every one was most cordially welcomed. Among those present were Rev. Dr. and Mrs. .. Butler, Mrs. Robert Clarkson and the Misse Clarkson, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Parker, Mrs. . M. Ons and Miss Gans, Miss Beimassnydsr. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Clarkson, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. H. Clarkson, Mr. and Mrs. D. Ramey. Mr. and Mrs. Christian tchneider, Miss Daniel, Mr. and Mrs. J. . Pierce, Mrs. Olvia Jones and Miss Jones, Mr. and Nim W. A. Pollard, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Kaiser, Mr. and MrIL L. Clarkson, Dr. W. IL Butler and Mis Ella Bat ler, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Calahan and the Misses Callahan. Mr. and Mrs. Otis B. Goodall. Mr. and Mrs. George Slaybaug, Mr. J. H. Setffert and Miss Seilfert. Miss Uts, Miss Cora Bright. Mears. . A. Gross, I. J. Brook u, LL.Derrick, Winl Belt and George H. Miss Laura Calnan of6t sketr.thweast is convalescet after a severe attack of Inflam matory rheumatisas. NIL. Caroline H. Dell en 13th skreet wBi re eive for the lest tume on Monday, April 33, and Friday, the 28th of April. Mr. Toblas Castor and wife of Lincoln. Ne., are viiigMrs. Joha S.Craigsn at 36( street Mrs. Boekwood entertained the Coemopol t akeper Club at her home em 104h street a rihe on Monday evening. The reading of several critical comeaimsy men of note on the play of BIebard I c tuted the work of the eveming. n iee stig ogram ae lsems r..iaati. heridan-s lila by Mrs. Eage, DHtB Good healt for everybody; for the o1l and young-the weak and firing. It is t stemoapseveniemd pmaea hr a dihoaden of the Sto..., UwAer, Eie ye and alodder. The hlaing p~l ei1mm .f the vestees thocsnds me it with t med esgened bF JIee 3. Uacrisi, SarswTassas.. EEr a amh atts ar f eming, mll. ow, KIM tdain wedn 2n* -- o e - . ... s is ae todd X ^ . PONse a d* -mr.o " - Ob w et ust h asew , et im ands hav fletbg Of (= 4 r 011& SOer .tMr 1eh Inhs bow a left tim, fs .. e.. Ve0 em. IN etherb ;o rsa ad. eventag.o At s **ad th a d esa Mera. an -orsn- dM. Ma wiar XI, asbemes bea. mehRgc, tli -one, Ida d BN h T a., Anna and Mhmais Rudda, 39%9 an& M~e mai, S ans s Mirean d aAwt M ,J ee and e e veser48 ea MANs soeat ander; es. Same T. T. Walker, Dr. I. L. Oton, J. .mtEhB. M. J A. Davis, 0. andE. One -. Wooden, ise, Pad Groves ad Dr . T. ane Uhe Marriage of Dr. T. I. Oterta gad Min Mare C. Dawn will t. ph..t as . ...r CbwA an MoE= 26e =l mta3 ~. Sel. J. A. Oartal 4fitftg. No Va bee t.e-d 0wi..te lack of Me, bat te dorsm wIll be gsa to uisade dsiring to attend the ewe many., MiN Et Cralgen, who Mae ho viititg ber sant in Boston, has rtetred hems. MN. LASSUNGU's coN2%sT. Te Tes MeRetioa Up-Tie Leky Sft met Yet Enown. Nearly Ave hundred thousand votes have besu ad in Julm Ia=nbmegh'e latte etrlar ad policeman oe aet. As will be remembered. Mr. T -= aI nouneed a month or se ago that be o d three letter carriere and three pntisema to the world's fair at hi, expeas. Th decisift as to who was to go was to be deter mined by the voting cospm printed at the hedof bit annoueet In Twa STan. -The latter carier sad polie. mn having the highest number of opeas is to occure a two week' free trip to the wwrid's fair, the 9eed highest letter earrier ad o ana Me week' free tripad thbethird high"s letter carrier and ~ato receive a round-trip d~cet to 9=gh W ba beet s - -ate-ee14 One, and it Is yet an ore questIon Who lucky st will be. The wenty highest in each olam are the following: R. W. Davis, 11,81; Desmiesa, 45,966; a F. 3neof, asM0; A. W. ndseon, 3S,466; W. S. Ofawford, 33,174; C. E. litteahasse, 16,6; C. Lam roy131; .W. ISA1M; D.Vas Sw.ms, ,; . Coi. , . W. Woodel, 2.733; L W. Carrol, 2.77; H. D. Dickson, 3S; 1. T. naliebe. %19;,Lj. 1,414; the,87;. Iqt. Earbison, tm, a. a Parker, U8 . Shults, 31,8 ; 0. fPsther. 6,120; IN. W. Bateuaa, 21,67; W. . Parker, 11,476 W. . datow,1,1s0; - ,5s: . 3). w 1 0I o 0 .0 ,4g1, rI 4yItam,62 Js IL 3.arn..,M J1;. L Kramer. 3, 6,EE hedee , . House. ,184; Liet, .N; . Gad, 1,747; . Giggis, 1,M, and F. Stearass, .U caeerathng Ireebe's .hi The birthday of Peder Frobal, As edous tiemal reforme,. Ve euitably eelebrated by the chldren of tIasndedrl.e. dotho et the Poebel L" o h eity, mse &ena Pl too, principal. The feSare of the albratios ws by dof =et and apprepriate ease Nerve A Blood Tonic Ider VO.m ca., EPILEPSY OR FITS. Isar Yee; mn Scres saa the weseg -am. Anaer im-4e ei. emehersqeb noe ea. ss.m eM eebae nra mlse. paak tam. a feo mmi atlakin.Erseesi te le.Van m7e.S 404 ..t.. Ne;ek IUPOETAET IEVOEXI.AT.. TE DA.TIMOB EBLA IESTfTUTE. Ihearporaeaudet law.aeessemef Mmesae. V- 0. ELOMA&N. M.D.. Sumesi alsa. A XXW D1800TBBT. mB McCAhDZ.18 TEEATUEET. TEE TEUSS LAID AWEB 30BE, UANCE oGraMO, N0. 3356P 5!83~a N.V., inOGET Tuz ''-UN' w01Lauz I. OMTAI. 3A33 AID UdMaa LSm ggg m Pae s TUSLL ud 13130A1e3m t e t~ wee maset dwega es Sc em ekm [)ea aag a ammee. o I " M..U - . 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