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Aohtkrs kOtodtiht lard inas food 1to "riek" for childre. and deli ecatt Persons, that it istAafe altiA for goplos as I}|RD is LAT Iese191UinA must be so but e sW is berer 15ahu lard for all Cit s Pul=*$.4 has nout, of 'evil efects oF lard. wareet iit;afofts..qet- air OssEe Mafs ema by M. K. FAIRBANK A CO.e cam a a. lows A emuperanc Drink HiresR. ake-u. Neting but the - mlact f eCmefufly see=e hb&.~ rots bks and be= . f a. ..eas e. Do ire and get utre " WRINKLES As Bm CoLzmloss OuT OF DATE. &AV CULTIVATUD by Mme I Yale's MARVELGUS COMPLEX!OM REMEDIES. 2XTUACTB PMO WEE. TALES LECTV3UE: Were. who aegeet their eemptestoms ad peraunal ,oermee. unat old age and agnne tell the tale ma.G be wihinr to etand the cauinquencee, wbich mum unbppy wives, deepondent old masae. esmued yesme girle i. aenych of a husband-a test n-mst OSmein heuty msan ee verse without TAEE MY ADVICE. 1.ADIES: Cultiente abea hbi oe. and yeu will have more atteutlam paid you by paohe kndganduweetheartathaa coewerdeemad 1.. a judged by ywa appearamee. watc aicheu uber a set er as~ hepseio.. Te esove the persomal appemaance towey ceue' ds. me to ingiset torn oeme to God eme mmn. ME. M.YALiE'S CoPLEEION REMEDIES "E.Cma....y fE, utFul. Os.atentorgemove Wrinkled Two m. Pies, "Le F ... ?iA~gewem fo Freeklen Prie. S1 pe bed. ECeL..... BLOOD T~e Mins. Yale'. Oeute U.ed and lier cin..er the wgete cid to Bueuy. el.as. the ekta of inflownesa ml mentsesr~ain ethe whole erstem. Price. ECLIOR CONPLEION BACE. afbemly Geam Wane Bleeh. Gamfsd to give a bmetful mtafal egenpsetek. Remve. aln akta MAIL OnIE.. Naml.. may baes these Remedies at to emy pat of mewedi-te plata wrappera-tree htem observastm. MMLs YALE'S TEMPLE OF BEAUTY. Elery appointment lant clme. FA.r TREAruEnT 0erns em Dam. t5B6p. 3.aoZs is SEAUT FREE. CORSULTATIONS WRE bEAUTY GUARATEED. ADDRESS AI.L OEIES MME. M. YALE, WAUTY AND COaMPLEEIOP m SCAtIST. 83101 SBTEEET NORTUWEST. ROOM E. WasHIXOTON. D. C. Sin6 snd ppstager Ma amse' kte TIE CONCORD HARNESS. LUIITZ & BRG., S...b. an Sataeaat lOW priosa LATE SPORTING NEWS. T. MAi Wiz gain by ad' Bitdz& BU.ARDTRT IV= LATDING. Debsse as Engeb~ bb-p.. man-a at te Ameeea's W ais Ubuhem ft Nurange the am - emaft as Mt. AGN IN URT EN T PLM The senes M med and fthe a Gase Peam the isebepesi Tec. It was re!ashing-frasn a lsel PIa of View, of wome-to see the Seators ba yesterday. Fifteen hit for a total of tweny-fthee baes were made of Dwyer, who bad Jet pitched aM eseiumS game at New York, wIning hem the Gisab. The sonsaters, however, showed in the initial Iig that they liked the way he was putting the balls over the piate. Combhey didn't exhibit his "genseralship," about which so much is said, when he Wine to Mks Dwyer out and substitute Cbambeain. Neseki pitched for the hore team, and didn't have that control of the ball that all well-regated pitehrer should have. He set ive te iroe en balls and four scored. Is must be oid, however, that Umpire McQuade was at time, very severe en him. But Dwyer wsa even more wild, but only two of the local team seat to Ast en balls scored. The red legV ade several easily erroer. Canavan let m's single get away from him and Jonstt went to third, while Latham sad. an afertnae -high throw to Cominhy. Owing to Mulvey's lameness caused ir sing down Vaughn in Wednesday's gase rell went on third and McGuire took hi. pies behind the bat. Mae did very well and sent in a run by one of his old-thae drives for three bases to the hospital fence. About 2,M0 saw the game, the e sbag fied ad acos siderable number being in the third-base Mats. But very few occupied the "pavilia." It has been repeatedly demneestrated that there are not enough 25 cent seats. To get a good cst there one must go sarlty. Doabtes f it were known that there were ate i for all the standane would frequently larger. Doubtless the Messrs. Wagner hadl their business, but a redustion in the price for the third-base shar., my three tsheb for *I and 50 cents instead of 75 for the grand stand. would attract many mre to the games. It seems as though the publie should share in the geperal retrenchment in vogue this year. Cheaper base ball for the maguaiee sheuld be cheaper base ball for the people. That prin ciple obtalns in all other forms of am===meb. summer opera. for instance. Yesterday's pm asa never in doubt. The loeals took ths lad at the start and were never headed. A double and a single followed by Larkin's hems run drive to left in the frst pro duced three runs. A base em balls Snd two doubles gave the visitors two. A dembbe, two bases on balls and two singles gave W-hi-6 four more in the fourth. Two bases om Is and a single gave the visitors another In the third, Usting the score. In the four the made two amrs on two bases on bells, a mor Ae and a single. In the sixth Washington added one more by two singiss, the latter get ting away from Canavan, allowing the runner to reash thrd. In the seventh a base en balls, a mmed ball and two singles gave two more to Washington. In the eighth Farrel's error on Dwyer's sharp grounder, followed by a double, gave the visitors their sixth and last run. Two singles and a triple gave Washington two more in the ninth. Score: WAnSiRGT0. CISUCM AU. A . Ht. 0 . 2 1 A . . o . L nadrea. rL...0 2 1 9 o."sn' . Boy.eii I s .i.......1 2 1 4 Vaushn. 't.01 0 tro 211 1 0OCanavan. T. E . 1 g .:: 0 1 Sul=ium me 2 0 1 00ur=0-4-1.. 1 0 2 Nesknp.. -2 0rer.p.. ... 1 TotaL......1-2, 12 I Total.......6 9 -7 13 4 SCOCE BY i1i100, Clubs. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 T'l washington ............ 10 00 0 3 43aeian" .... "........210 14 Farnet run-Wasblatos. 0; . Firs on bess-mhamta6 icnati . iesse ba r -tsWe haa ILe Three-oan ft 6- ebse er, on btlis-OS Meabkin. h; of Der . t B Is m- *c Rol* *wn*-=* Th t- 4;m bbiwyr, ; W] cepbse. Canava. Larkin. cb. . . Lat. 2srBe ie-a man et 1,gphy P'eras.d4ee a on AkhyPWeadt eren beintrs- ofMI te I Piadelpbia ...4 0 0 20 00 t1 A tI 4J Ivesf (..B. ......g ,0 0 ; eers 0 ,4 . on teier stte. Robrtd rL rNILeese 8 , I0 19 010 Ie 0-4 ht*.bn:....0 13 0- 0 leU fdi dsern at h6 and 21, 1, U. ut ockt. andp 0y0d 0 0o 0 0t100-5 1a. 1 11 00 000 h4 7 1 PTheuoig run wa eiseednay. eotmu PItchers-St and anhybse. la eL .*w York..... 30 3 0 1 1 0 a-13 1 Clveland .0. 0h p g 1 bared.10 Piterths-Rule ad Ctlao Re1.000, the odtono laho e tesa pcke. Iethspopsitio.1LPt Ptbness. 1and wa. Wmartngom 14in had 4a caromkided 1 ga11. hieearer 14 the 46.7 lig.:he bll are peiar plncens. They? do boleand 1the0 red. oe cerainl w011737in the jaws. aIRt appar that5 Is en cotne untl i plAeadu to sto. Inm the lImralee hilerd matcnd ewads. hatmnig t e id mas nitwok Pt He.t h betlkr jawe ay, eoday54 pte an pea frm St. Liayinroghut the evening, mogreosr as neeage anofe then bforew lnge the einnin ech The mach. Th a se sno s wih e saiedne out oo, and oth m wierei the w5 es, 1nd the 1Balt6.ores tWahmnglloffi hs best rune beig2 askd 4 hele Rgbrto e Afrk maokne eiaoiph, Wsinygt the baltimoege a the muthern thre, uppe roight handagoc.t Ceeandpae fincinnthemn Ptthe onthe weittem heulhes foch. am woudh e pa warm afaiuru a the balswreI ithe Thme -tateaetsnr e to hidiuos to mero coTrhdion run ny excrdngy thing about ter tha any onte polay oppose mhad that hwould ge bliesd pmi.ie oldpa pocret.rd Dths prooeton. The Georgtowna Colys: "a. wavideyfeat not Harucrd thewtey oby is wel .othe toph shode and threydd o certanl wll en Halrvd p~ped an erresim gams, and Ia Geor@temw war set m r behind'as -ls, Murphymade a dimeni, running etch of a Eme kfont Coh's bat, whis oculted in a neat MO epin a h,ot myv 8111I but. Far Hrvarwd, ohort Stop Ou~no ~aa tb.betgame at has ben een....*-. "Me ths, whIieB who took Ab bftt's p" 'a"t~ spectators by his steady, alimaround a . A 6pe ar Breahe a Desed. - T wold's reseed fr te M yard ditaae a brahm at Riverside, CaL. Wednesday by -. Pulley, a wea-knewn sprinter, who did it in " d- oesend, rmming agant tine. SKILLFUL 23NIG PLAYING 1al..e Chase of PrVMenee Dat s bais ho the singles. sestal -a s-e- - the Evaurma tr. NaLnnvwa, Mn., June 2, IS. The ftnl matehes in singles and doubles In se te=i tourmament at Mt. Washington were played eestarday afternoon befoare fair audi eneS The day was warm and the playes shewed the fc9et of the beat. The MIst match was between Chaow and Hobart, the former having reached the toals by his defeat of Davidson. Chase won the toes and put his opponent is the ha favorable court. From the outset it was evident that Chase was determined to win if possible. No played rapidly and his eorts were direeted to tiring Robrt. It took but thmrty minutes to dside the rAgt set in his favor by a mean of 6. Hard side-lne drives and thmely lobbing of Chace were the features of the tmeah, Hobart losing his nerve at riV hoal points. The second set gave evidence of better work on Hobart's part, al though Chace took the games to 5.4 and was twice within a pint of winning the set in the ninth game, the score saning 4"-. Here Hobart took a brace and broaght the met to S-4. He also took the next gam altng Its-&. Each otstant then wona gamecr standing 6-L Hobart won the next gaeand Chae e next. Sore, T-7. The exitemment was now intemne and the audience were deeply interested. Chase began a mos efestive servie in the next ame, mak ing three aigt aes, and carr Ing the dat to 8-7. enext game was his also, and with it ended the second set In his faver. 9-1. The players were ex hansted after thas set, Hobart showing the most fatigue, however. A brief rest of Af teen minutes was accorded the players, who then entered the courts for the third and de ciding set. Chase began the service end played with a steadiness and nerve indicative of sue oems. He continued his rapid hand strekes, and showed keen judgment in lobbing at the proper time. He woa the Arst two games and the next two went to Hobart. Chaos then took three more, mkhiag the seere 6-, and Ho bart secured but one more game, playing list. lssly, repeatedly driving the balls out of ecurt and into the mes. The last set and the Arst prise weat to Chas, 6.& This exhibidla. was by far the most skillful ever played at Meant Washington, and the two eastern crees have sustained their wen-earned nputagns. Robert stands four In the list of pY and Chaos oscupimeseventh place. The res of the contast was therefose somewhat of a surprise. ebart took his defeat good namredly and had many sympathizers. The Anal doubles were also ye yedsrday between HEbart and Hall a avidson and Weedward. It was generally conceded that the match would go to the New York men, al though thei W o e layed a trme-do-s brace. They were clearly outayed in the rst two mete whie went obart and Hall b ascoreoi 6-3,6-i The third set gave evience of the mettle In Woodward and Iavidson, and was earred to t al after some superb rallies on their pert. The New York men finally took the met 1A and the frst double prise. W-h ehamoelnship ebetween Ha and Chase will be played i afternoon If it does ndi ain, but preseat indicathics ioint to a postponement until tomorrow. IF Cho" continues his An work of yesterday, Hall will be put to his trumps to retain the champiomhip and it is by no means eertaina that he will win the eatet. Hal has the remarkable faculty of playing a hard uphill game, and he seldom lowas his head. le has extricated himself from many memingl impossible situations on the tennis ield. ai plaed in extreines tomorrow he naa again show his powers in this direction. Each player has a had and usually accurate service, Hall leading a lite in this t. The prises Will be buted as felows: First singles. siter pitcher, Malcolm P. Chase; msed singles, a pair of silver hair brushes, Clarence Hoberti Art doubles. a pair of silver Alic Ha lland Hobart; sesoea doubles, two slver-andled um beelaNS, Woodward and Davidson. This year hut ens prime seam to Washingts, but the showing made by our pyers against the east era erneks gives evidence of better results another yearand Washington stil retains in is I of p layers tennis talent of a high order. The First White Keuse Ceseert. The foowing is the program of the Shet con eart to be given in the White House grounds this seasn, whisk will take place by the United States Marine Band, Prof. Fanciulli conductor, tomorrow at 55 p.m. . Marsh......"Eveniag Star"....... aSlIul 3. Overture...."oemlrre"........Littolf Mr. Wm. R. Ksudriak. 4 Selection. ."igoletto"..........Verdi 5. Walts...."Estremadura"...Bcoalloasi 6.Rni ,from "Lehengrim"..,.Wagner ...P........"Grand Army".....Fui 5. Ornndamateams,"A Manhattn~an ," up uryngt teboat, bacrl own the habor, rush for the care, railroad ride, gierious day at the beash. gamboling on the sand, sea nyamh's dance, Imitation Ireworke, which call forth the usual exclamations, after all of which the return to "Homme, Sweet Home." 9. Patriotic song. Hall nsbah.......FyIe s Dr. jmse's WIn Cne-se. In the eas of the essteof the late Dr. Hamilton E. Lach the widow today filed, through Mr. E. B. Hay, a caveat to the will, dated May 15,181. She afsges thatite eecumin was procured by faud, oircasrenticn and un de Iiusanos geactised upon him by Molile S. O'Laughlin, tie beneficiary and executrix; that it was freely and voluntarily executed, but Its execution was procured by fraud and coercion exereised upon him by the said O'ILaughlin or some other person. Marriage Lls Marriage Essass= have besa sAma by the clerk of the court to the following: Timothy 0. Seely of Philadelphia, Pa., and Iella Martin; Bobert Jones and Dora Mead of Richmoad, Va.; Joha 3. Clark and Elizabeth N. Stelbel; Ben).amln Smith and Margaret Johnson; Wa. H. Gordon aud Elieabeth Washington; Jerry N. Williamns and Mati N. Lee; Henry Rev hinge and Ella Anderson; Holllster (1. Pond of New Haven, Conn., and Ros L. Colvin; George 1. Hirkins and Malinda S. Dutler, both of Alexandria, Va.; Daniel 8. Jones and Nannie Relves; John L. Mier of Bachsbr~urg, Va., and BSusa Marshall of White Plains, Md.: David L. Trumbaugh and Emma Morgan; Irving R. Sy msington and Maggae Wright; C. Tyson Butcher of St. Paul, Minn., and Selle D. Tubman; Ches. 8..Mack of Ann Arbor, Mick., and Laura 0. T#est; Christopher Funk and Lain V. Jarreti, both of Strasburg. Vs.; C. L. Cramer and Maggae Mahar; Carl A. Cariseon and Mary Rothroek; Mayer 8. Rhone and Ada A. Chainey; Isaac Hall and Katie White, both of Alexandria, Vs.; Chas. Bicker and Eliua Ann Welker: Frederick Rupertus and Lula B. Ward; J. J. Sullivan and Norm Ann Driscoil; James D. Compton and Endora Doroney, both of In dianapolis; Thomas E. Rollins and Carrie E. A Dequest Se a 0. A. K. Pest. The will of the late Isaiaha W. Hoekins was filed today. He heaves his estate to the Wash ingtom Lean and Trust Company in trust to sell the estate, pay his indebtedness and 00 to Lincoln Post, 0. A. R., provIded that they inter himn at Bock Creek cemetery, and the bhase== to his brother, Ransom Hoekina of Louisville, Ky. adhis nephew, Chas. Cain of Sellsreburg, Idaa The will of the late John Cornweil, heaving his estate to his wife, was filed today. The Celumbia Athletie Club Excureten. The first escursion of the season of the Columbia Athletic Club to Marshall Hall came off last evening, and was a most enjoyable affair. The Meac=als- sailed away at 7 p. a. with about 800 people on board, and after a two hours' enjoyament of dancing and the attrac tions at the bail, returned home at 11:30 with one and all expressing unbounded pleasure oer the evening's outing. DISTRICT AFFAIRS Ir. Numb. of S for app. Open4 Tody. THEASYLUM INTENDANT. No Investg=aj-- Ordered In ES Cle - Manr Opinins en a Variety af S sts and Aetiun Taube hr the distrit Ose misuteuers. This wasbaier' day at the District buldng. and a number of proposals were opened for furnishing the District with supplies during the coming fiscal yer. Bids were opened for nineteen els" of goods, and the bidders is ouch class appear below. Class 1, stationery-Wm. allantyne & Sen. W. J. C. Dulany, J. S. Orr, Harrison Paver Company, Wykof, Beamans & Benediet, Ester brook Steel Pen Company, Easton & Bapp and George BynouL Class 2, blank forms and printing-W. I. Morrison, B S. Adam, H. C. Dunlop and Judd b Detweiter. Clams , school books-Willinam Bilatyne & Son, W. J. C. Dulany, E. Morrison Paper CoW pony and Esto & Rupp. Clues 4. furniture-Julius Lansburgh, Clig a Harding, W. T. Pate, W. BL Moses' Sonn, W. IL Williams, George Carter A Co. and M. W. Beveridge. Clam 5. hardware-J. . Barbour & Son. W. A. Pate, F. P. May & Co.. J. H. Chesley, W. J. C. Duleny, C. T. Carter & Co. Class 6, tinwure-H. L Gregory, Charles D. Maddiman, M. W. Beveridge. Class 7, plumbers' material-W. Y. Pate, Leitch & SOa, Sommerville a son. Class 8, groceries-Frank Hume, S.. Waters, J. B Bryan & bro., J. C. Ergood A Co.. J. I. Daish. Chas. P. Carter, IL J. Ernshaw, W. M. Galt & Co.. Dundo & Rhines, Jo. E. Stakes Co., J. H. Buseher. Class 9. boots and shos-. Rich a Son, John E. Stake # Co. Class 10, drugs-Z. D. Gilman, SeheliW & Stevens and Machell Bros. Class 11, gluss, paints and vmmisb-W. T. Pate. Vacuum Oil Company, W. H. Butler, Leonard A Ellis, George Rynsul, Jr., Hugh Beilley, Daniel Shanahan. Class 1, lumber-John Sullivan, T. W. mith, W. T. Gallagher A Bro. Class 18, fresh mat and oorned beet-This. T. Keen, C. E. Hoover, Nelson Morris & Ce. Class 14, mlsoellaneouseastingu-J.T. Spring man A So, . L. Dent and Geo. White. Class 15, fuel-May"e & Heiston, J. P. Agnew, Stephenson A Bro., . J. Kennedy, J. - Chama. Cla 16, dry o Bbih A Son, W. T. Pate, Lausburg Bras., H. C. Harker. Clses 17, ice-S. J. Curridan. Great Fals Ice Company, National Capital Ice Company, American Ice Company and Independent Ice Company. Class 13. tlamjvand telephone supplies W. Y. Pate,. . . yes. Class 19, saddlery-Conrad Becker, W. Y. Pate. The bids will all be scheduled and the awards made in about a week. No INVASTrIATION onnnAM' The Cmminssioners have not yet ordered an investigation of Intendant Stoutenbsrgh, and ay that snch a thing is not even contemplated. The charge. have been once inquired into by the board of visitors and found to be without foundation. Since that time no additional charg have been filed, although the Com missioner, were assured that another batch would be submitted in a few days. PAVINGOF or G TaXT. So much of U street northwest between 10th and 14th streets as may be paved out of the appropriation for 188, has been assigned to the Barber Asphalt Paving Company. EXEMeT ram TAX. Attorney Thomes holds in an opinion res. dared to the Commissioners today that the small rectangular piece of land belonging to McKendree Church and in the rear of the me may be considered as appurtenant to the buildJ ing and reasonably needed for the convenint use and enjoyment of *e church, and hene is exempt from taxation. WANT T33 ATTOaN3a's OPINton. It has been the practice heretofore undev section 14 of the building regulations to iens permats to looste boilers and engines under ten horse power without the aussat of prop erty owners s required by paragraph 7. The question was raised today by e iptor of buildings of the right to locate motion 14. except for purposes expreesed in paragraph 2. without the assent of the property owners, and the matter has been seas to the attorney for opinion. onrsucTrox OF X sraN?. President Ordway of the Center Market Com, pany recently complained of the obstruction to the sadowalk on B street, which was used for storage purposes and the Commissioners sent General nspeetor Bgg to look into the matter. He reports today that the sidewalk is of e narrow and tortuous because of the great amount of p reduce. Ac., re eived and offered for salas Aamong the ware. offered for sle, he says, are wagon., earriages, Ac. There are no resideucee on this street. everything is business. The surronding. are clean, and everything appear, to be in good sanitary condition. It is probable the Comen=l=cs will asks somne order relieving the cramped eon ditioa of things. Section 222 e the stettes of the District of Columbia says: "No opem space, pulcrevralon or other public ground in th ioty of Washington, nor say portion of the public streets or avenues In maid city, shall be osoupiied by eny private per een for any prIvate purpo.s whatsoever." coMpLuxN? or erassT buwmarne. Mr. 3.0G. Anderson of 134 10th street north weat writes to the Commissioner. that the streets in the northern ection of the city are not properly clouned. Tenth street north ol Massachusetts avenue, he says, ha. not been swept for mor than a month. The recent raina have washed the filth into the severe, be sayn where it remains= and fosters disses waxT As Am.aT ormzn. A number of the prophty owners end reoi dents in the mubdivtsion of Jocag Meadowi have joined ina petition to the Co==m=ssioner. square bounded by0Badensburg rond thng street and Trinidad avenue. To ananausy L.AUI ATaxU 3. Ueeretary Langley of the Zoologial Pesk has asked the Conamiemers whether It woulM be pn=mibic to readjust the grade ol Lanier avenue so that it can be made use o1 a. an approach to the park; elso If the grade of Adams Mill read could be readjusted and be Improved a6 far as the park entrance. He says It would add to the convenienoe of the public If a road were extended from the park to the Woodley road on that side, WANT TEIUNENTE sanET eanA1zEuynED. A petitition ha. been received by the Coin =mh==on==== from the residents and property owners on 18th street, calling attention to the grade and Irregular apparnc of tha streei northward from the. Bundary, and to the rigid and at time. almost Impa==able con dition on the hill en said street just north al boundary. The petitioners pray that the street mnay be straightened and improved from the Boundary northward to Whitney avenue. ExTENDiNe axLacTalO LIoN? LIrma As sated in yesterday's BSan, Attorney Thomna. has rendered an opinion that the lac restricting the extension of electric wires does not prevent the laying of underground con duis when the public interests require it. This opinion was culled forth bthe application of the United States Electric Lih. lng Company for a permit to extend its lisps. At first the permit was ref used and Mr. A. T. Britten, on behalf of the company, before the Commissoners and argued t righi of the company to the permit. The case was then sent to Attorney Thomas for opinion. After reviewing the laws governing the subject, he concludes: "It thus appears to be the unamistakable policy of Congress that electric wires shill go under ground. "I understand the manner in which the electric light company proposes toplc Its wires under ground is peilyin accordance with the plan rcnnneby the electric board, and the only question which arises for decision in this case Is whether the language In the act of March 2, 1889, giving the Commissionersnd wer to t te teephoe a electric under gondn 4=henevao I='their jungmeant he pnhn intueet may require ts emores of Isai - as am eshisingeme head ser t appusable to an extendon of the- eemayls ses by putting dMR MW wires "It sems to me If the additmi asl whieh tis oeopay deak.. to lay ae necesry in Order to ratify ase demand. far eeele Mabitng hying OR the sreets agW L te desire to I h eir coandula, ta that is oath isn teret' a wil justiy the C'.....n. orIf t y oboos to exercise thkr anther A:=Wderdpermt un&er . theymay esibe. I do not behave it was thea 6 tien of 00 0to del the eosensi n of wies for ,ghtg beyond te time the electrical board s d report, or at Neet beyond April 1. 1K. the date led in the oct of March 8, 1991. The Intention of was only to restrict further extemslan of eokcWires until the best method of an dergmneonduits. w ascertained. '0n electrical board reoredt Congress on the t = wo years ego and the electric light company pro pag, as I understand it, to plac It. wires under ro r to accord awe with the or re~-mende by the electrical board, I ass no bjec to rat ithe perit to toh extent the C -sn tthe pubio interet require such ex Perits were issued today as folow: A. P. Lang. one brick dwelling, N strest between 4th and th streets northeast;. 01,'0t. I. O'Cen nor, one brick dwelling, U street anrtheast; Fna son I"ar.new or nUw. Upon the 1an n m =nadan of the trial board of the police force the Conmiminas today fined Private W. E. Austin $6 for neglect of duty I failin= to' patrol his beat. It p pears ron the evidence that the oleer was engaged i soleciting coupons of citizens from a certain newspaper in the hopes of obtaining a bicycle. VA" Sown "o SOCL The Oommm=loner today transmitted to the Secretary of the Treasury the recemmendation of Health offier Hammett, heretofore printed In Tax San, that the District chemat. Pro HurL, be given power uaier the at regulating the eals of maMt==ma food to proceed agminst the offenders. BABETPB GRAYN rima 3aa. He aya That Appratser Veper Weted ima 6D reajre m e. . Before the committee Investigating the New York ouatom house yesterday Stephen W. Ba aet, the stenographer of Appreasr M. W. Ceoper, was eamined in reference to the publication of the official correspondence in the Dry Goods Chronicle. Appraiser Cooper, by request of Secretary Carale, made an tovestigation into the matter, and reported that he could not And out any thing about it. Mr. Cooper tetisfed that he bad no idea how the correspondence bemme public. Mr. Bamett had a long statement pre pared, which he read. He said that be had given the earrespondenes to the Dry Goods Chronicle at Cooper's request. Further, Mr. Bassett declared, that when Secretry Carisle ordered the investigation as to how the oorro voudence became public Mr. Cooper tried to gel him (Basett) to make an affvit that he knew nothing about It. measett refused, and Cooper threatened to remove him If he would not and to get him a better place If he would. "He tried several tm. to get me to perle myself," said Mr. Bassett, "and when I retmed he wrote to Secretary Carlisle asking for my removal." When Assistant Appraiser Corbett refuesd to answer some of the questions prep . Bmett said to Cooper: "Corbeit has $Iven your ceas away. He has admitted that you knew all abet it.'" Mr. Cooper replied, Bainett testified, as fl Iowa: "That is none of your business. Let Corbett take eare of hi=lf What I want in a statement ftem you. I am a good swearer self. and I have got myself out of many a that way." Cooper tried again to get Basett to sign an adavit that he know nothing of how the ee reepondence became publi and Deats per slated an his refusal Then the copies were obtained from the Dry Goods Chronicle and Mr. Cooper came to the witnees, saying: "The way Is now clear for you to make a tatemeat," Am Basett stil refused Cooper reported to Washington that Dmmeat refsed to isw evideance in the investigation. Bamett a wrote to the Beoretary to the effect that he would not testify. because Cooper wanted him to testify what was not true. =oty Anpraiser Cyrus Stevens, Mr. Baseett me torested tn preparing the anidavits for witness to sign, Mr. amset delared that has etement was prepared from stenographic notes taken at dh lme. Amory T. Tingle, supervising agent of the treasury, was the next witness. He mad he had been in the service for twenty years. When Arpraiser Cooper aret made ehargee against iswell. the examiner, the were referred to him, and he appointed Sc Agent MoCoy to investigate them. McCoy ex onerated Wiswell. Mr. MacFarlane called witness' attention to the published atateent that he and Asitant Secreta of the Treasury Spaulding came to Neow Y after Apraiser Cooper had made secondWiewell, that the ap praiser told thmthat It was no use trying to examine od with such an examiner as Wia well, an htwitness and Spaniding agreed to transfer Wiswell to another plae. Ti r Tingle denied. .THE GETTIBURO MUED. Twe Mesmber. et the Camm=ie=en Elet Over the Ground. A Gettysburg special to the Philadelphia Press may.: Cal. J. P. Nicholson and Col. 3.B. Bacheldar, two of the board of United Statesea--m ie era, spent the day on the bataefe Ge. Forney of Alabama, the third commeilns. I. detained at his home by mick ness and will not be present at this aesioni. It is diffoult to asertain what stepe the om mimicn propoees to take in the matter of the deeecration and destruction by the trolley people. They reftse to talk on the subject, and probably have rechbed no very definite ds Tonight they met the Battlefleld Memorial Assoelatlon at its offie and had a lang ese tation with the direotors, hut if any proposition by either aseomlation orc---i-ao- wasadopted it was not given out. Col. Nicholson wee requeated to give the Press his oionof the injry lone by the trolley, but heanswered: "I hve told all that in my Interview, when the damnages wore Aret described. There ean be no question about it."' However, It seems assured that the commissioner. are fully awake to the vandalism, and have no desire to see the land which will pass Into the hana of the ga oral government at the next eson of Cm grees disfigured and disgraced by people who have no Ideas sbove a dollar." CoL. Nicholson and CoL. Bacheider expect to remain here for several days, and may talk more freybefore they depart, alhuhit is probable tht whatever move they deieupon will be made unexpectedly. The work Is going on as uaual. Today the gangs were destroying the field In front of the "Bloody Angle," and within a day or two there will he a cut sbout four fast deep run 4~ along the west side of the atone wlbhn which the Philadelphia brigade was stationed when It repulsed Pickett's brave Virginiane. There is joy here tonight among the eitizens of Getsugwho are able to distinguish be tween dlasand national, stats and borough honors over the failure to pasm the legislature of the bill giving the right of eminent doaina to electric railroads. NInety Days in Jail. William Lockwood, the colored -a who figured in the row near the Inmane Asylum Sat urday night and Sunday morning and who was arrested by Polcmmmn Marr, was convicted In Judge Miller's court today of a charge of carrying concealed weapons and given ninety days in jaiL IN Tain Criminal Court, division 1, Justice McComas, Robert D. BUmi has been acquit ted on the charge of false pretenmes in obtaining printed card. of W. C. Chase on March 7 last. Lairr Nieme a W. V. Mason of 1112 18th etreet northweat was leaving the Union Mission he elp n the pavement and diloated his right houlder. He was removed to his home. Ix the Criminal Court, Judge McComas, this aftsrnoon, a nolle pros. wee entered In the case of Josep Gardner, charged with obtaining 15 centesb false pretenses,. and alao in the caseof John lisaa Piugv Ellis, charged with set TAKONA PAM. The h..fitabt h m U of Mr. 1 M e. fore was ae heeqaim'te ast. fer a - ber of Wmbhingtom deimd, aug whom wees Mr. and Mrs. Dimity, Mr. and MNL Weedr, Mrs. Power and Mrs, ems. Mme Dalere eatertaimed wit a henhme served t 6e grove near her bms, and in the. sem6g wi m a"e amnssne em Miseme Baby, IarDict, Di.bay, Eawmein and Pewer with M so. mme. y, PSHI Dr n~se andpwA. D. SaymL. W. TOM =r, after a brief t to b mother and at theIr es e Chsa aveure, hft '6erniug far (age m route nW'n tKnilosy Where, im, oneenesoi with the geelegll @rvey,be be sm.mA for the smmer. Miss Minete Thom of Wasg WE spend the samemmer in Takerminw Mrs. L Vaem Jawk, her me-er, Mm. M. Moeossery end MSva laos have so turned froe a'visit to Mrs.Shtrtemanoit .~sgumest Q t week of her daughter, Mm. Alef Thursday mer her hem. Mrs L.es. and Mr. Gen. dIeuhm, g best of Dr. and Mrs. A. V. P e-ms, w met esr to Baemors Una Barday Mr. Remingemam who h. been em n tavanm Ws6 for svrl Is eb" b 04 Mr. and Mr MerriSe, wil their re lealsed temperely at Mr. osn em l avenue. Mrs. Navier vie her daughter., wg eeg Mr. en'set te for e mme. Mr. Fred hae retb rmed to him hems rema vit to Mr. Gen. W. T. Gk. Mrs. ZMaGatrett formety at lahm, no ast" Va., has been vidsing bush here. (nese Fmm-r ot bidimn, pleat.t Sean tory of Senator Voorbe.., was a gNA ct f koma, friends Thawed.. A large and en alemn rdi esp to the ivitation of Tahoma lede, N.. S, L O. O. F., toa plc e is em 4,ei Thursday : n. The a. . " to odr by Judge Mler, who e...e. vn ag mmbem of the and Idge and emses atlbkm,;1:4 No. SL to meat em the after whieh, iS a few weB-lehesma vetrC gross w.lc.me to members, blen4s and he introdused Grand Master (rawsbaw as mms tar of swelsie. 'The lt~twer l bis re aMedia with the statemen "this was the ret time e ad appeared before his heer, and them caled yam Semetery Garwet Davi for a report. which showed that om Janury U Tlkoma Lod e. M as g, - was m ve chater E At a ae and ahalf tmmhir,~ Isrmhe Al with 21 in the a n A CeM, ::Omfdin by bas Rimrem r Mr. Adults of em 00A LedAe and Mrs. Qsa Mim Perryfeewed. sa ad Bepreemntave F. A. Mier urged em termamis of a ledgeaf ebehab Sm Tbkem. Al e am& bere r. eectively givem, and e meeting oeled with a beedlatim by er. Arthur ULtia. Mr. . jennls., Ser several semse a red dent of mam.ma, again heated am Mr. C. I. Heatoe', An abunam.e af srawbaeets and eiserh eas rumaing every tem mimutee we tO ment atimatiems. The bristim Endeaver esommmalem esrelse en Wedameay evening. pseeded the regular monthl business gsmtig was by Niss Dessef AwWeMe. Sevel new fseatem were introduced, and bya ===.es ve t wall de cided to ehange hn a et meeag ham 1:2 to ?:$. Tas 000;28, Today-tat.of Daniel ari m ese;eder for sake of skosh. Ns&Ao of bobb W. Harkins will Aled. Esate of J. D. Mares; petidet fr letters Sed by widew. 3Etote of Joh Lawton; letters of admiiantim to liom lawtea; boad, 6,S. Estate of 8mma Smith; order for sele of hemebe efoets. Estate of Win. C. NuL. deesmeed; Ammrlen Security a"d Trust Company appoited adminm istrator Estate of Valentine Grer; order Pe eami et goode. REsae of James Lituen; we admitted to probafe and letters testementery to G. W. Moss ond, K60. Estate et James A. WIUlme; wi admitted to aprebet nd letters testamentory to Aleindsa Wilem; bond SIMS. Emlate of Ignatim K. Knot wal ad mitted to probat and letlere tesa -Ientry to Mary D. Kott; bond, SOS. Inrechdmreaet 8.C.Soett;peieim for ap poin tentas guarding led. Estate of Gee. wn; letters of admilmteutiom to Cars 3. rown; bond. OMIS. In we HaPy P. Webb; John N. Webb a, hnd, OSM. Il Te Frank gg; a W. Ianae bead. OS0. Etate of F. Egerney; tion of widow for a..ineckn*i. Etatf Hamitem E. Leach; Pei for caveat SA by widow. Estae of W. . IUncoln; le1se1 of admintoaration to .. . Pey oe; bond, 0710 Retate of Cornella A. Seea order for -o---d- Estate of Joh Corn well; will Sled. Equrr COUT f Jatl EB6ghOm and Yeslerday-mith . e; dee for de fendant Cis.en, WILI. Cook agt. White; C. . Bundy allowed to intervene as eaumiamnt. Ahern agL Aherm; sale naly e d a reference to auditor. Today-Van Court ag.Ses of T.mpn.ac. ; comaission to get tesmony in Omea.-rdered. Banks agt. Thompson; mtramiag order issued. Tim Origint o Deseratem Da . To thes Uliter et the Eveng e : As a eontribiom toe iem ieom a to where and wha Deosmation day esiginated I will guote from mny "war log" when I as in velved with e erans of e Amy af e Potoacn: "Warreaton, Va., Nev. 11, 1111. We arised hero November S and are eamped baf at town, which i. quite a prelentions oy, with a fine hotel and got oert hams andman i relencs.There hsen aIr et desola arond nd heyellow legh i ying tams what were.reelhespitale, and -omse yet. A gveyard between us and e town toesl wihte paese rebel..maa...,whc are frequently dorl with wreaha et *im amortelles,'eepiritof te town being tanemesty 'eseh.' 0-- and myefhad a pam em Men . an~d wee ronet thi bye amh. and sente en a po em maeting en and kngheiyat our ael wit hey opale-a ry ret- etb ew a score of wreathson amrms to deorate the Eveet oen sldler his~ t est. I th ~graves are amore prcueyaedfor when we mre mround, but we think ae of aten for it. ay. me odier. take MUte sh taker.bi both ...teaat.a and fedent money. ______ . T. Streek by en Elset Ca. Jaames P. Sell. was streak by emr No. M en e Behingten and 1e.1ses' Hemn electeb road at New York aveanad dth seet aheet 11 e'elook this moratag11and was peinfu1 in jawed abat th-ed e a eee to the ~egnyHompital in e poen am...nee.. The Cenae er Aeabs. In the Court ot Appeel-(ist Juhes Aleep and Jueticee Morris and Repherd-e esse of Richardeon agt. Penleks and isgerniM agS. Wymne ware argued and.=su.mit.e . A Restratateg Osder Osana. Mary Banke, me Theruton, and em e~e heirs-at-law of Aaam Themnten, have, by Jan. H. Smith. led a bill against Bar~eyTe. saad W. Clerenos DavoN hor meseleingth 3, whh itielaimed, was held by Te ee Sn trust only, and they elim that e ro s should be disbursed between them. A restab.n ing order, retursable em Tuesday, yas made. lb 35mes. es..i nra Tala. Henry Koons has, by Mr. K. . Ceihert, Sled a bill against John H. Wanter to remneve aied from title to lots T to 16, square US. He states that In July, 18m, ha agreed to ell the prep erty at 80 esas per foot, and Walter pase a deposit 0160, and on Novebe Walter acknowldgd the contrae before record tefolowing day but e eolm did not eomil with the terms of te contract and refud to complete the purehaee and compliat has tendered the return of te do poibut Walter refuses to acet It, and he oagethat Mis purpose is to acd e title and prevent him froma inking any other sals of the property, and by euch accioa he has been prevented from mnakig male. He, theefore, sks e court to quiet tetitle. TamnBosy of a dead intent was found yester day in the alley beteena Sth Sh, I and Q etrees northwes.. DAIRaL LoKAZ, colored, foel in a St at Es ematve avenue and 17th street yetr~gafter noon adwas sent to his home, 413 strust Er.ra Huornus of 1165 P street had his left hand badly ....h.e1 yesterday by Its being cagtbetweaenadoor and somes meeiryhe C.m.w....s a - M..s 8. -e -rsm~ asm m ne Ners,"d ..as. rest me m, W. 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