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TV'--- 2m&f,Jk& FSSSJS"? -te' THE WASim-TOTON TIMES, STTNDAT, .TUNE 24, 1894. I W '3- - GRAVES ARE DESrOILED. M Innne Woman Cotcrinf; .Mounds In Congressional Ccmctcrj Vi Itfe All Sons of Rubbish. Lot owners in Congressional cemetery liavo for conitt tlmo past been annoyed at finding the graves oftbclrlmed ones desecrated by sonw unlnown person. Tho party secretly covered tbe mounds with refuse matter found in the receptacles for the same at dif ferent oitits in tho cemetery. ItoIative3 and Iri nds were shocked on visiting tbe resting paces of their dead to Qnd old decajed lKuquets of flower, broken flower pots, l.i'". sticks, etc., carefully beapod upon tlie grate's. Superintendent O'Neill and bU workmen mida efforts to catch the party, but were not hU resslul, A g Dtleman visiting the placo not long ago detected uvtoman acting curiously mcra grae, and to his astonishment found hor in the net of covering the grave of a young per son with rubbish. II also realized that tho woman was demented, and after a few words w ith her discovered that she really belieyed that she was decorating the grave Ho told her of the wrong that she was do ing and the indignation that it would arouse. iih words of advice to her he allowed her to go .iwaj, Tho woman was described as of rwdiura height, thin in build, dressed in dark clothes, and appeared to be middle aged. Her f ico showed traces of cure and sorrow. As she was permitted tu get away without her name lelug Iiurueil, the autuontles or tue cejiettrj regretted thi fact erj much as thev would li.io tiken steps towird preveut ing'tlio commission of further desecration by her. It was hop -d, h6wever, that her dis cover had been tho means of frightening her off. As no complaints came after this to the official", there was a feeling of sccurit that the w oniau h.id stopped Mtiug the cemetery. Last Tuesday, howc er, she again appeared and succeeded in despoiling another gr.ive. Thu owner of tho gr.ue site happened to visit tho spot a few hours later and was horrified at lludiug her b'olov ed one's gme desecrated. Hsppll tho flowers planted ou th grave wero not di-turbed, but it took n long time to re move tlu rubbish that had been placed there. Ihe f lets were mule known to tho family of the super ntendent, ns tho latter is ill in bod. L.ilerth" indignant lot-owners auger was tooled off on being informed 'vho tho sus pected perpetrator of tho outrago w.i. , A verj trict witch will be kept for tho wem in, audit detected in, her work she will bo .irrf-ted. It is also probable that a few snnll articles reported niing from graves iiMi be attributiM to herpurloining. Air O'Neill and hissm ill fop e of men have dono everything to citeh the woman. TJm cemeterv .1 nT large and is dally visited by mauv people. It would lie an ety matter, tlierelurc, for the woman to commit outrages of the kind she is guilty of without detiction If she were c night it would bo more by acci dent tLau b watching. - - IRRIGATION OF ARID LANDS. Representative Sweet Reports a Hill from the House Committee. Ilepre&entative Sweet, of Idaho, his re ported from the House Committee on Irriga tion of And Lands tho bill agreed upon bj Western members for a survey of tno arid lands and estimites of tho cost of reclama tion Tlie surveys proposed are: In Idaho, tbo land and water in the Snake nv r vallev and its tributaries, Montam, the Missouri river with tributaries and sources, nud all lands in theallty of tho river, Col orado, the land subject to ir'igatiou from the bouth Piatte and its tributaries; Neada, tho v uley of the Humboldt river, its sources apd tributaries. Oregon, the Columbia river v.U ky ast of the lneado mountains and tho vallejs or tho tributaries, Washington, a sjs tem of reservoirs nleng the east ban of tho Cascade mountains and investigation of tho subterranean water suppl in the linds re quiring irrigation east of the mountains, and where the sinkiug of nrte-Hn wells can bo pr ittably undertaken, Wyoming, to deter mine the" irrigable lauds and an outline of the lie-t svstum of irrigating in the valley of the North" l'liitteiin( tributaries, N'orth Dakota, the artesian basin between Grafton and Dev d s lake on the north and "Aali peton. on the so ith, by artesian . v3j!s, and the upper Missouri and its tributaries Ti surface ditches, bouth. Dakota, to construct dams for dl-tnbution in the Eiack Hills eoun trj. Okiaho na, iand and water of North and South Canadian rivers and tributaries, Utah, D uehene.md Orcen rivers and tributaries, Arizona, Gila and b lit rivers and tributaries, Now Mexico. I'.io Grande and Peeas rivers and tributaries. Mai s are to bo prepared 'how ing the ditches, i nn.ils or reservoirs neee-s irv , .end e Unite -bowing to what extent the water eui pl is siifllcient eMim. tes of the areas jossli leof icelimation and of the cost. The 1 III .11 propn itcs e32j,000 and gives right of via on I lilted States lands lor ditches and rtservuirs IN THE POSTMASTER'S FAVOR. Judge McComns Heckle-, Tliat the National Investment socictv Is a 1 ottery. In the ease of the K itionn! Imestment So chi vs Citv 1'o'tmasior Henr Sherwood J-ige M( Comas vesteruav deeided in favor o he d' i iiilaut. 1 isi iiosf from the refusal of tbe poet r atiT xj re e vo iuul mail an t nvi lope of the . il i-,sd ami s'-nped. coat lining a I hi ii iiiclosures. whleh set.forth the pi in n 1 1 m on ot hesjei jti. The tostm iser hi as unirt ill ibb . the co'tt nts bing in ttie ua ur- o i.u ! ivert'sement for i lottery or s ur nt rpri- Tn Mrjanv hid applied for a writ of mai 'in s .o tlui ' a u 'u eoTiiwl the post-mi- r r t ive its tanil. Judg" 3!eComas in h isn i t t il that he ulopl'd tho rea uvi) the u-i in th McLo-ald c .-fv and, rt u nh 'sibo-ic of tl otioml In testine iifc'' Kv as a io Ijr orsmi' ir nter prise. io il-: in , Pos i iste- Sherffuod's iimur' r .in I di nis : th- petttiou for the writ. A. iititi " of upneal to tho eourt oT appeals vi .is gi v e n. .-p I Imc "A ctcr. A botllo of limn Vater in the house ie a great eoinei Idiie. Io m iko it. put noont a jfounil of uulvked "lime in n 1 i-ge bowl, pour over this ttin-o pi ir s of bo ling wa'er. Let It s'and 'or tn 1 ni'i. thei st r well with a stitf i j c iht- ue'vl lu a eojl pi i e lor ight or tf n li )urs. At the end oMb.it time pouro " t- i Io ir w iter, 1 tt iu tint ied iment n " i n .n te bo'ttm of the lovvl. lioltlo the rl ar vr.it-r aid ke.jp in .i con venient plf . A tablespoonfnl of lima water m lv bo added to i gl i6s of .mm to !ib itirento i piti-nt wilh nn acid stomu j. Iu casfof ourns eo.erlhe burned parts With a eluth wet with limo water. COURT RcCORD. CiKeiiT e-on.T, Na CLiefJustice Il'nsrmm b Wllitauisvs 4n ires 11 uli 1 i otumac U iitiod Company; judj.ni t 1 aa nouut emltlei II .oseli, il 1 . . ' it J, l ti I mid. r'u ' Hooui s ve llistriet til inbia J.id?m bt in eortioiarL CiKeLireot vi. so. s, Chiot Wustks' liyiulmn Ititkter He tri tin mi vs. An ericih I .er gl?er Monufnet iruu't nin auj.o-dt riensodJtt Jug eaases. s Ki ilnw s 1J. WaikaM; Judgment of c n..emrmiim vs girniiti-e bail- ro vs. Vac-ul .; Jiuiiin to dis usk appeal .rnuted; n; pi at. N.h llj V9 iHn-Hap uko and utilo itailtoad louip n df-muiiir HU-tniued, vviih leave to inn nd lea ill livodn Wonver vs Paston; n otieiU fa jdnieut vs garnlsbets submitted ! A steAirl vs. Wnslilntnn lieueLclil rndntt'Li nt AsmcWtari n olion for trial hl'd Hair.V. liier vs. It t Allen; motion to ur.u atti Inienti Urymit et ak vs. W nshlnctoti itid iJeon?eton itiilroilCoinpanv, motion lnr lie w mil tiled. It irrankva.; llirsti. ordt-rdlre i Jilluti!f to letL-n deprbit mrsi eurit) forio- Hfcoartcf apial Deeble vs. Mrfchtetn i.-der npiwintlug J Miller King guardian ad 1 tern CriuinjIL Cxickt. No 1. Justice Colo United btaies vs 1.1 , juLecii, murder; verdict guilty of nianslauclil r triiiAi viut, NTo 2. Justice McComas lulled btnxsvie Ihoiiias.T llunlop, embcz-ie. iiient;dem r ertiiiuJctmcnt tiled md Initcd Males c--iL Nntiunal Invo.tineiit boeiety ngiinst i.enry ( Itj iKistmaster; demurrer sus tained and in llliou for mandamus dls nisseiL Lqim Ukkt. No 1. .tustleo Cox Fitzseratd vs. Crrnln sd-ii finally uotlfleJ bnyd-r vs. llollins m tli u to nie aaiiplriucntal bill denied. Ormcvs Allen; iro .-ontt-nso defendant Allen granted CQCrrv Colkt. Xo 3, Justice Haguer Xo as flgnnifiii. oi.niANb Court. Justice Ilnimcr In re estato ot John Mir-rlmd, iuvrntor tite-cl. Inreestato cf Frank i ylo- leceiptsof legatees ond next of kin fled Ju o i-Btnte of irsinla N Taylor; re- ciptsol nertof klnlileil In ro estitn of Will iam In ii i Itlou for letters of administration Med. In re minor children f Jerome Lee.de eins d m irn sewhy a guardian should not l n i o uted. In roc&tateen .lAines W Taylor; tdm nis ratrK qualineiL In re t state of Joshua Miviti o-dc-appointing P J W oodlln commls bi iter io t ito dejiositions of witnesses of will. In reis.!! of Lueybpnldluc; flro receipts for dis bu semttu b administrator flltd. Inro estate feusau lllsooe, administrator qualified. ODD FELLOWS; GOOD FELLOWS. Colombia Lodge, No. 10, had the first de gree on Thursday evening last, and will con fer the second at its next meeting, and re quests a full attendance of the members. The widow of W. W. Danenhowor will make a visit to Atlantic City with her daughter, with thoj liopo of benefiting tho latter's health. They expect to romaln bov eral weeks. Friendship Lodge, No. 12. had tho Initia tory degree on Thursday evening, and expect to have work at its next aieeting. The public joint installation of tho officers of grand ennton and Canton Potomac, Tu trlarchs Militant, on Wednesday evening last, in the auditorium of the Seventh street I. O. 0. F. hall attracted a largo attendance. Tho instilling officer, Lieut. Gen. Frost, accom panied b his staff, were escorted to tho hall and received tho customary saluto. After the Installation, which was conducted by Gen. Frost in tho prescribed manner of the ritual, a litcriry and musical prognmmo followed, vrliich has.ilreau been iully referred to in the columns of Tnn 'lulls. Tho oflkers accom pnning Gen. Frost, of ISaltiraoro, were the following: Col. J. W oodlln Minilie and Major Admn Hughes, of Baltimore, with tho fol lowing honorary staff of this citv : Col. M. I). Drainard, Lieut Cols. I. Walter Fowler, Thomas W. Towler, Allison Nalor, and Major Aaron Baldwin. The following were tho officers installed: Jlijor commanding, William T. Gallilier. Grand canton, com pany A Captain, II. 0. Campliell; lieulennut, J. G. Morrison; ensign. Unrry C. Givm. Company II -Captain, Edward TiiU7er, lieutenant, W. D. Coleman; ensign, W. II. Wilson; clerk. W. M. Lnorte; ac countant, .T. II. lliehards. Canton Potomac Captain, John A. bhackelford. lieutenant, D. C. W. Ourand; en-ign, James Hughes, clerk, Samuel L l!oce, accountant. It. A. McLean; slandird bearer, T. T. Knight. At the con clusion of tho exercises of the ovenlng the in stalling ofllcer. Gen. Fmt, as also the retir ing m ijor, John T. Chiinm ey. wero each tho recipient of n handsome basket of flowors. December 31, 1S83, the membership of the 1. O. O. F. vva 335,037, and on December 31, ISM, linyars therealtir.it vv as 749.205, be ing almost double. Verily a magnificent record. Tho Northwestern Odd Fellow Iteview is nuthont Tor the stiteraent that "the follow ill.' states show u greater g liu iu the llebeknh membership tLm any other brim hot tho order: Colorado. Connecticut. Kentucky, Maine. New Hampshire. Massachusetts, Nevula. New Mexico. Ohio, I'.hode Island, nnd Tennesi e. luuiatia shows the greatest gain. 2,7C.l." From the above it would look ils though the sisters h id not otil caught up to the procession, but wero leading the ad vunee. Mt. l'leasant Lodge. No. 23, conferred tho third degree on two eandidates last Wedncs dav ami will confer the initiatory on four at Itsnevt met ting. Beacon Lodge, No. 15, his adopted resolu tions oreoniloleuco on the recent death of l'.ist Grand Henry Kaiser. Fast Grands Cnwshavv, Stier, and W ood. were tho com mittee. Jiev. Dr. McCarty. who doelaimed the able or ition at tho luemori il serv Ices of Harmony Lodge.Union Lodge, nnd Magenenu Lncamp ment. was receutl Initiated into Brookland Lodge. The Grand Lodge will couveno in annual session threo weeks from next Wednesday. l'at Grand b. J. HaMett, who his for vears been a memlier of Metropolis Lodge, No. 16. Ur! joined tne order Jul 10, 181.1 thirt-threo jears ago connecting himself with Aneient L indmark Lodge, No. 32, Bos ton, 3I..S". The Virginia Old Fellow contained in its last issue tile addresses of Hon. J. A. D I!lchard, ol I'hiln lelpbli Lodge, Ohio, and Pan Grand Master II F. Crawshaw at the reception given in the opera house. Alex andria, Vn . in April to the represi ntatives of the grand lodge of tho Old Dominion. The other a ldreses made b Grand llepreseula tivoT. A. btier, Hon. J. G. Muguire, grand representative, Californli, mid Itev. Dr. Thomas G. Easton. will follow. Among t bo recent v isitors to Beacon Lodge. No. 15, were John Kent, of Mount Carmel Lode. No. 70. of Albany, V. 1.; J. b. Ml, of binuissippl Lodge, No. 503, of l'rophets ville. Ill . and T. E. Fruitt, of Metropolis Lodge, No. 1C Harmon Lodge, No. 9, worked tho initia tory on Monday evenin ; list. Fred. D. Stuart Encampment will work the pitriarcnal degrio at its meeting on Tuesday evening next. At their mixt meeting they will have the election of officers and request a full attendance of the members Golden Bule, No 21. conferred tho second degree on two candidates at its meeting on Tue-sd 1 evening lost. The gencnl eommlttee in charge of the sevintv-IIItli anniversary clebntioa held its dual ir.ei-ting on Ihuri-da even ug in the blue" room. Seventh trect hall, and effcetel a sett einent of the account, after which it wis found there was .1 bthineeon hanu of over -310 Out of this sum there will be returned to the anveral organisation the amounts thev respeetivel ndviu'ed. and the will also share pi rita in tho sum over and above tl at. somewhere aliout rM Th! showing is very ere lit ibl to the eommitteo and ail con cerned in l's management. Tne M.iL( he-ter t uitv, of England, count ing widows who siiljsi iIkj for funeral tiene tlts .inii juv ui" organization", bas a mem bership of 832.77f. Centril Lodgewill hive two candidates for tho initi ilrry Vgree next Friday. Will the se! ret ines of the scviral lodges, on"inpTj lit, ami Rebekoh degree lodg-s kindlv send us u list of" their newly eleeled offl-ers. The secoml jnrt of the cloouent scrron de li vi red b' IIfv Thoris Chum s E.iston in the E 'stem rrebturi in ehuieh vihs i mw li 1 out of tun last l-sue of tbe Northwestern Odd rtllow lleview. New Mexico eiiirrs to bo tho pioneer in westirn Odd Feiljwship. The coming wei k Me o'eetion oT oiTlcers for the unsuitifi7eek will taie placo lntheenv eral ioaes. In the hit' re-t of tlie iodgo aid the siir-cfr, of the oruer see to it that the very bet si lections are nil le. t tli meeting of Aletropolis Lodge, Jfo. lfi. on I: rid i evenin -. the si con 1 degree wa- corii rte-1 on two e. ndid ites an 1 tho third on Rt v n Tli' oiliii'rs lor tbeensuing te-m were iio ninatod. Then will Ijo luitintorv work bv the lieu 1 Instill d oiTicrs it tho Hrst meHt in in Julv niter the inst iTntion. On Triil i eve in g there w r presi ut the fo1 lowing visit ors from Oiher jurisdictions C. M. Bender, Norjiwis-tern Lode, No. 1G.1, Miles Grove, Pennsvlvania, and C B P.ukham, Burner Loilgi , No. 1-3. Mars inlitoun, Iowa. Eastern LoJe had tlie third degroo last rnd.i) evening. At tho n-t meeting the init itorv will lie coifwred on ouo c mdldite. Among the vis trs were Brothers Itusscltnud Call outi. oT Gi org. u TN I. O. O. T. litrary of tho Seventh stn-et hall will bo c'oswl ftom Jul 1 to b teailier 1. I' cisii return all books, th it tiiey ma be put in order. The officers of Itnlh (Kebekih degree) Lodge, No. 2. for the el 'uiug term are- Noble grand. Miss Viol t Gosm 11; vice grind. Mrs. Henni t a Werner, permanent secretar, Miss N. 1'iersoj, roeorJing sucrotury, Mrs. E. V. jvesler, treasurer. Mrs. Anrio Newman. On June 21 Brother Walter I. P.ich. of Metro politiu Lodge, No. 10, .v ho is engaged in busi ness in Asterville, M iss , was married to 3Iiss Josephine M. Arnold, of No. 31 C street northeast The ceremon vv is iierformed at the New York Avenue Presbyterian ehurcli nt high noon by tho pastor, llev. Dr. Bartlelt. Tho church was appropri ltely decorated with flower, and there wire present man friends ot the ontrae ting parties. The happ eouplo up) on a thn o we ks' wedding tour in New Euglan I. They hav a tho bust wishes of their man friends. Joe. A. Cohen, tho merchant tailor at 901 G street northwist, belongs to Mount Stir LodgevNo. 338 of New Tork city, but re cently loented here. The meetings of tho lodges occarring tne coming week will all Iio important on account of the election", and should bring oat a large attendance oT the members, whose im should bo to make the bet iKissible selections. The funeral of Gustavo Harti", for over thirt j ears a member of Oriental Lodge. No. 19, 1. O. 0. r.. took place from his lato resi dence, 1001 Seventh street northwest, on Thursday 1 tst. A touching and impressive feature of tho funeral ceremonies was tne singing of tho Sajngerbund Society and tho girls from the German Orphin Asylum, of w bich institution the deceased was a director, His remains wero escorted to the gravo ly Oriental Lodge. No. 19, of which he was an honored nud useful member. All the lodges could bo represented in this column every week if the secretaries would lend some assistance in the way of furnishing items of occurring events, STEADY TO FIRM. After Two Hours of Vaccllntion the .Mar ket Closed Toirly Good-Slight linllv in Prices. New Yoek, Juno 23. During tho two hours of business to-dav tho prevailing tone of the . stock market was weakness. A brief selling movement wiis developed at the opening, which was most pronounced in St. Faul, Sugar, Atchison, nud Missouri Pacific. Bal timore ond Ohio on a sale of a hundrod-sharo lot broke 2)4 pr cent, and recovered on the purchaso of 100 shares, these boing the only transactions in tho stoek. When tbe pressure to sell was removed, Sugar and a few other shares mado a fractional recovery. Chicago Gas, which had receded on the opening dealing, enme into demand and rose 1 per cent, mainly on purchases to cover short contracts. There wero rumors current to tho effect that the dividend on tho shares would bo paid in casli within a very Jew days, and tho bears did not want to leftvo contracts outstanding over Sunday. A raid was n-ado on Sugar, which had re covered a portion of tho enrlv decline, nnd the price went down to 97$f, n decline of 1 percent, from cstirda. A subsequent re covery of "4 was made,and then came another break of lM with a flnul recovery of Ji.the 1 1st knlo being at a liguro below esterda 's closing. Befor 11 o'clock there was a frac tional decline in whieh nearly all tho shares traded In participated, vvLilo Manhattan dropped , Louisville and New Albany pre ferred. 25i, and Consolidated Gas 3 per cent on total sales ot 1,000 shares. During tho ilrst half of tho next hour tho speculatlou was we ik, but the declines re corded were nil fractional except New Jersey Control, which fell oil 1 per cent, rail Ing if at tho close. In tho final deallncs Sugar ral lied sllghtl, ana Louisville nud New Albany gained lji of its early loss. East Tennessee Hrst preferred, on a snlo of 100 shares, de clined 2 per cent , but recovered . Then! was 11 slight rilly in prices in the last deilings and tho market closed steadv to firm, but at. 1 very general deelino on the flnal sales of tsterdnv, tbo losses, except where already noted, being coullned to fractions with the exception of United States Cordago and Kans is aud Texas prefi rred, which ore down i nnd 1 per cent respectively. Sugar is off and the Grangers V4. tl10 latter bt. l'aul. Some few shares show ad vances ranging from to , including Dis tilling, General I let trie, Chiuigo Gas, Western Union, and Wheeling and Lake Erie. cvv vork stock Txchancc. Furnished ly Mlsby .t Ca. banrs and brokers, MotrofiOlitun Hank Itulldlng-Hftcenlh street, opimsite 'IrnasuOi W nsliiucton. I C On llieh IxwC'Iosliic Atchison, Topoka A a F 5V 5l4 H 4 C C C 3' Sotj 3l,s4 SAj thesaiii-iike & Uhlo lfili; Id?, 10 lliW t HJfcOiliner "i)!B Tint, rot CnlcniroOas 7s4 VOtJ rt Ti)t Delaware A Hudson 11 )i0 110 110 Distillers A Caltlfl K!rs . 1'IV, 'Jttd Jl SIUJ Deiiverondl.lolirando. . 2V, 2IU 2I! "H Fo-ie 11,4 1- "V ', l.enerM Meetrlo Co 1t& -iH ! Si. Jersey Central 10ft-4 im.4 IO1A4 1W Louisville A Nashville.... t tl'6 HU -4 Lakebhoro 13nj W-H 1'-b 1J Mauhnttan JI5 HI IK. 113 Miehlgan Central Si5 Sit --M Mobile Jt tlhio 1SH lt-tj islj ses Northwestern 1"!' Wii IOH4 10l4 Northern l'aelfle pfd 11 1V1 1. ). National lead !W$ '? 3 N 1. Central vA 'Ji 7H 7)s Omaha SSJa 35Ju Sji-j X.'.tj Ontario ,t W cstrriL H'i 114 ll? Ifla Keadinc li Id 1J14 14 hoik Nland fTU 07V4 7M cr Siuthem I'ncinc ISI4 lsl4 IS Is bt lUllL M- Sd isl, 5W$ i-ugar Trust vj Usjj KH (, TennessHt. Loali Iron.... l'J 19 Wi l1- Texas Piclfle- S4 Mi Nll Ht Ltllnil l'aeint 9V, 91 9V4 'JV, I s Cordage I2l4 K6 SSU lif, estiirn 1 nlon tH te!'- mt tilt Wau.ihiirHrred , n-u ls US Wi Wheel X L.K. 'i 10U '114 It-H W. ,tL prcferrAl . 43it 43j4 tie4 i riilcacD Hoard of Trade. Oiien.llli.-h. Low Close fJuue .... Jjuly . .. Kwt ... (lune .... J July.... (ept..... (.Tune .... i3 cm !0t 41l 41 :0 J)J4 I 1JLV) us; 11(3 067 trr. R.MI ' r;v! S'O liU , S9 Sfljf u tl 40W j)5 W I eiu I 59 KH IS 41 4J' 41 41 404 li&) liSJ an fit? avo on t ass Wheat 4D-J 41 44 40 w -.lulj tfent (June -(Julv.. Ifept li'iO li3J, 12 Co CCT I 1 TO ' LV i ii V G53 l liSO I CMI I CL1 CIO i &5J Pork June.. Lard July srpt.... iDn.. .. So.ltlbsJuly lSet t.. . c "i uru Cotton. jOp'c. Illflc Low I Close .line I July TiS m 7 0s TCi -UBUst 7 3t 7 l"i 7.1J I 7 15 i-ejitembcT 7 11 7 lfi 7 1J 7 13 October f-... 7 19 7 21 7 19 I T.il goi i) ro:t I.'PORT. cn ork lianas llae Not Vet Carried Out Their Vgrccncnt. New York, June 23. Tbe Links which joined in the conference nt the Union Tru-t Coinpan) and nsreed to furnish rjold lor ex port luul up to 11 o'clock to-daj returned to the subtri.TMiry onl nbout --1 000.000 of tho gold which haJ Ijem supplied to shippers during the week, nnd which reached ery nenrl JS.OOO 003 hubsequ-ntlj to the hoar slated seternl millions ndditlonal had been transferred from tl b inks in (iroportion to their hoMinRs of iold to the s ilitie.i-ury .iuity. ndd it Is exiit-otetl that liv 3Ionduj the full miount sh iM li ive ieen ji t d li ict. Seventi-cn banks in all 1 aie been called on for sold to re'inburs" tl e Trtwurj, mid they hold a total of oer '(15,000,030 in pold. None of thu -ii l Icr b.uiks wi ro asked to furnlh j;oId. If tlio denmuds of shippers nest week should cn.ua! tills week's it is- not unlikely th it the banks would call the nureement olT and nnin place on the Treasury Jjepartment the onus of suppljisg tho uxportirs with 1,-old. It is believed, however, th it next week's ex ports will In licht and that the shipping inoemcnt nill not continuo beyond tho mid dle of Jul. - INTO MORE GENERAL PERMITS. (.apt. Howc'Ps UcqucyT for Connection of Pipes Willi the Rncrse cr Cnpt. J. A. Howell, commnndant of tho Navy "i anl. on the 7th Instant reqnested per mission of the Commissioners to connect sev eral sewer pipes leading from tho ent side of the jaid with the ruer sener on Ninth street, as thej now lead into an abandoned scwir. On October 10, 1R30, general permission was granted by thn Comm.s-ioners to make excavations in the pill lie streets. On tli iOth instant lie again, wrote asking fcr a reply to his letter, lle.iiso stated that iu n.1 tleip itloi tittt a permit would be re laitj granted, work on the sewer connections wns commenced, but is now discontinued until tho proper nuthority a.-liu reipiested has ben obtained. Cnpt. Derbi endorsed on tho letter that no more general nrtSills should bo grantfd to nny one as they are a eonclant source of diffl tull. Rueelul (letiiiits should bo taken out nt the pITh o of tho emit clerk bj a liceuxrd pl'nbcr as now requ'red He r commends that the .ipplimt bo inform' tl th it i general jiermit cm uot bo isued eoiisistcntl witli ti.o plumbing regulations adopted April 23, 189.5. 4-0 An Old Dominion inmit. If JTr. Mary Thorpe should dccido to bring her family to New ork to see tho sights sho would probably bavo to charter a special train from ber home ut Marshall, in Fauquier county, Ya., says tho New ork Sun. Jlrs. Thorpe bus lived 34 jears, and has been blessed with nine children, live daughtora and four sons, ol whom eight are now living, bho has forty-SiX grandchildren, 100 great grandchildren, and three great-great-gnad-ciiildreu. Tho most accomplished room clerk in tho city would have difficult in assigning rooms to this army of children, grandchil dren, and great-grandchildren with their hus bands and wives. m And She .Meant It. Freddie lou, siy you are sure Miss Eving ston tnkes great pleasure in your company? Tho Bore burn. Why last night sho told me it seemed to her that nn hour spent with me was equal to a year spent with any one else. Chicago Herald. TEASED BY BOYISH PRANKS. Trcd. I'itnc's .Mischtcxousncss Was .More Than Teachcrbhcrbiirnc Co'uld fcndurc. rred. ntney, son of Albert L. ritnoy, a hard waro denier at Eleventh nnd K streets north west, was expelled from the Central High school on June 1 last Tho expulsion was mado upon the charge ofiusolent londuet toward the fac ulty. It was thought that the expulsion would end the matte r, tut Mr 1'itnoj Is not nt all satis fled with tho action of the faeulty, and may con test the stolut. Tho circumstances that led up to tho expul e'on.necordlitp to lr l'ltney. originated ovora year ago .at t'mt time Air l'ltney s oldest son IlurtwnsliiimlllEb BchooL T h Latin tcaeher In the ts-hiHil Is Prof K 1) bherbume. Air. bher burne and yoi it f ,tuey eimld never agree, and finally the elash lecani) bo sorlous that heroic measures wero resorted to and Burt was ex pelled 'I his t ar when KreL entered tho school Burt a miutlo seems to 1 avo tnllen on his brothel's shoulders, and almost Intuitively fenehor and seholar were at ibi'i-prB points The petty w ar fnri led at eno time during the year to the sus pension of youn l'ltney Fre -piont notes wero sent to Mr l'ltney warning him coneernlug his son's actions hot led to heal thu breach, aud claims ttintwhen he saw that Injustice vena being done his son be drow off nnd allowed him to light it out alone About six weeks apo, during an ev enlng per formance nt Albauuh s theater, attended by both Hurt audhis blether tred , theellrtafn hed not gouo up when l'rof Sherburne entered and dropped Into one of the unreserved seats. In ft nmintut Burt reeocnlzed his old enemy and warned his b othor slhey waited for aehaneo to play a trlek on tlie professor Afurthe Hint act 1'iof bherbume rose and walked down Into tLe orchestra and toolc a re served sent This was what the bojfl wero wait ing for. One ot the itshers was un old High school boy Prof bherbume was pointed out, and with boyish pleo they stoi-d lu u seml-vlrcle In lb liack of the houso to watch the downfall of their oiieiny Tlio usher approached him and asked to see his coupon l'rof bherbume was unable to show It and wns asked to leave the sent Tho usher walked back to the rear of tho hoiu'O and joined the Iwys As l'rof bherbume walked past the group the boys were shaking bauds with the usher, and tho teacher at unco saw whom h had to blame for the affair ile did not say a word, but took a seat in ouo of tho rear rows. The Joke was too good to keep, and Prof, bher bume for the next few dnjs heard of nothing else He would appn ach 11 Lroup of liojs on the playground, and one of them would sud denly say to another, 'Lft me sie your check." This sally would be greeted with a laugh nil around, and theu tho 1-iyswould iravelyshako hands as tho conspirators bad done wljh tho usher. A few days later, during a recitation iu class, Fred, l'ltney coughe 1 slightly. I'rot bherburuo turned and said: ' Mr 1 itney, yourcough seems to bo contagious on ma leave the ronui " Fred, claims that he made 110 rei ly. but at onto left the room lie was standing on the street talking with sot ih boys when Prol fcner burue tame out of school In the afternoon As the professor pased ite group IreiL either niel denlallyor tiiuousloi sly cougurd ngaln Tho next morning l'rof "-lurlunic tailed r nd. into his room nnd toM thn bnv that he had insulted him. lioth in the schoolroom nnd on tho street I ruf. Mierl time then said that ho had put up wilh as lunch abuse ns I ft Intended to, nnd gavo red six demerits, whieh laid him uien to ex pulsion. I Vfr.l' tney called later on Dr F It Lane, the superintendent of tho srhiKd, nnd asked him for an explanation of tho mxurreiicc. Dr Lane sustained I'm ressor bherbume, and Fred was en npelled to leave schiwL This was about the lstof.lune T ho bor had dou his work for tbo ear In a manner thrt would have secured him a good mark rn examlnntlou VI r l'ltney fvols sorry that his son has lost the credit for his whole vears work and wants to see hint reinstall d. If possible liedotsnotdeny that tils son wus to 1 1 une le claims that the ' liov was only inlsihievoLs and nut really bad. He hns not determined what stejmho will take. but he hopes to secure a reversal of the sentence. In llulg inn nnd scrvin. From the New lork Evening Post. It is extremely fortunate that tho mutual relalions of tho grjt (lower of Europe nro to-day as nenrl cord'al as they li.no been for earsrfor the state of the Iktlkan peninsula is more than ever threatening to the jieaco of thonorld. If Ilouni.inii amIontenegro are quite enough tor tun moinTt, and Greece too busy with bankruptcy nnd earthquakes to give her t holt restless -mention to foreign affairs, gi rvit and l.uigana are iu nvery dau gerous condition. In bervia tlio Kfng is it bo, ex-lliu,; Milin vho has unlimited c.i pneitv tomakemtschii'i ii is returneil. regard less of the law rud his own sob mn promises, realorpreteudedconspiric.es have been dis covered, the constitution has been alwli-hed, nud father nhd sou are bus trying to govern thu kugdom in drtiance ot the wishes of the overwhelming lnnirit uf the peo(ile. In liulgnrla there liave long been indica tions of trouble between Mr. blambuloff. tho virtual dictator since 18SC. anj the prince ho has created, btani' uIofT has been dls nlsed, but ho is able, powerful, and uns ruptilou. not at all the man to yield without a strug gle of somo kin I. Alnndv there has been serious rioting in Sofia. Auv da) may witness the outbreak of u revolution in i ttlu'rcountrv , followed bv civil war, the dinger of foreign intervention, ..nil of the retqiening of tho whole e.tstern que-tiou Aliro-st the only re nssurng elemmtlu thesitu-.:ioa i thcfict thtt thu feeling bi-twei nAituuaand bt Petcrs bur.has lji-en betti r of I ite. mid that Doth governments are anxious enough tonvoida gtncral war to be cautious nbout doing an v tbiug which might provoke it. LOST. 1 o;t 520 biil ov r r 2? w, hf- lv tweenlioston iim w and 9th. St., Saturday afteiriOuii. Hrise loiun to J.sO It MOOVK, M 1-ith st il w ai d n t reward. It sro:fi;i' Ta .u SHARES IXTIIEt MTEI)b"iArES r.riLDIVG ind Ixtia AahOs.latioi.ni J h L n vr , aro the pafe--tnud mrpt prontabl luve-ilment for small sums of money. Call fr pamphlet, Jt.J-lmo UHBERTAKESS J. VyiLLIAM LIE UNDERTAKER, 332 Pennsylvania Avenue N. VV., WASHINGTON. D. C. C B .IC110I.S .7 Z. 'iODEK. mciioi"! x oni u. Lndcrt ikers .ind I mb.ilmcr Tcnn. Mr and FiAiuul c i-s. U. Ccpltol III1L Chtpclfon uucmler.Ices Miouc 7S1-1. ! Ellin AT !?1?1Q llsf Lndies' S'r.iv- lncht Hit1!. SI 53 to -1 50. btr.ivv lints and Cnps for Childran, Boys, and Youtbi, tOv-., 75e, SI, nnd S1.50. Straw Hats fcrllen, 50c, 51, SI 50, S2. S2 50, ?S,S3 50, and SI L Hot stv,, and col ir Derby Hot", -, f.'l .JO, T I. "?.! V), I, nud $ j Tourist SoT II its. in .ill the lcjj injr color. fj."0to4. Drees s Ik lilt". -jO .fill 5S. Plnin bolt II its mnl Puui.ct lints, il, ei.50. fi, jia ?J, sJ.50, -31, &4.50, so, nnd l. Largest Stock and Variety of Canes and Umbrellas. James Y. Daiis' Sons, 1201 Penn. Ave.. Cor. !2th St. MilwaifkBS Bbbf IS THE BEST MADE. ESPECIALLY GOOD loll FAMILY USE. WASHING ION BRANCH, 71SJ-T05 N CAIT. ST. 'PHONE 27a ar27-1ra HE KNOWS ROW TO BLEND THEM. Ted Fiaber, nn old Craftsman, Is now blonvllns drinkt lor us. ow, boys, call and see him, lie will prepare a dru.lt for you "ilt lor the godi" and a lunch "fit for a king." COSIIlLU). CM to 610 G btreet northwest Pais! Browing Oo. s PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, Graduates of the Ilcst Medical Colleges in the Counto- 1'hjsicinns of the Eldest J.xpcrtciicc in Office nnd Hospital Prac tice at our Scr ico Tree. Sufferers from lEupture. Varicocele, or any dis ease of the peltis, nervous, or sexual system can havonn examination by on or by all of these experienced bpectallsts fren of charge The practice of Dr iarkor UIIO street northweut, sptxiallst In hernia, varicocele, and neryoua dis eases has prown to bikIi enormous proportions that he has beu compelled to secure tho ser vices of bfcll.ed physicians and surgeons to aid nlm In his great work of curlnc tho army of suf ferers that apply to Mm for help Ihe great reputation Ur I irker has earned from tho al mot countless numberor ruptured nnd varlco icletl patients ho has cured, and from tbo hun drodaiif tniHHfs he has removed from ruptured humanity and consigned to dark clouts never to torturo their vit thus acaf u, his brought him a patronage In aHhlnctou that has seldom been ofjuilled by auy specialist In thU country Tho best cltlzenn of our city end of the whole country whonresutTeriiig fiorn hernia, varicocele, and other abdominal diseased are hlsputions. Ihe cure of these diseases hits been reduced by Dr. 1'arker to a mathematical ertrinty, thus he never experiments ami thus he sulTnrs no fail ures. Cartful, scientific treatment Is assured to all his patients and cures guaranteed Uapturcs and varicocele cured without operations, pain, or detention trom business. Neryonsor mental depression, impaired memorj, falling or lost power, blood poison of recent or long standing, aud all diseases of the sexual system treated and cured. omen and children suffering trom rupture can bo cured in from six weeks to three mouths. Hours for ladles, from 11 to 1-1 o'clock dally. Hours for gentlemen, from 12 to 5, and from G to 7 30 Sundays, 10 to 4. FINANCIAL. This company will loin pOlTOW you money at prevalllug IWfinftV rates of interest on real JLJr estate and other collator- f)F al security. J' Us. American Security & Trust Co., 1405 G St. a J. BELL, rresident Equitable Co-operative Building Association. 27 th ISSUE OF STOCK orK-N ran suBscmiTioN. Shares, $2.50 Monthly. nc are made iu amounts from 5100 up II is wards, ttennid lu monthly Install Loa ments. A part or nil of a loan may lie re turned nt nuy time aud interest charged to date nf settlement. Interest, 6 per cent, per annum. ACTIVE STOCK 51,218,454 50 NETEAENINGSAKDSirEFLTJS 209,666 38 Pamphlets explaining the advantages and benefits of the nssoelitlon and olbfr infor mation furnibhed upon application at the office. Equitable Building, 1003 F St. Je23-lw JNO JOY rUSON. Secretary. SILSBY & GOMPHNY KvNhFIto VNIJ BP.OKFIS. i METKOl'OLIi'vN BWK liUILDINO, W Hfteenth etree-. opposIt Treasury ThLU'IlD.NEMj. MONEY TO LON O.V OOOU COLLATEHAL BRANCH OFFICE. CENTWALAIIONU, BAMC BCILDIG, Corner 7lU bt. and I'a. Avo Telephone, fill. mhl3-lr rpHE MCLACULEN HKAL ESTATE AXD LOAN" X . COMI'WV CornerTenth ami O stre ts nortbTest. IncorjKirateii capital, Jl ) (XW IIal estate Insurauctt 1Emls Loans. I J. r. HOOD. &. A M McLAI HLE. Trtaa. II W IE1.K1NS Vte. Jel7-lmo vtr SIIIGTo jioutgge lox com- I 1 pauy.TfUl lud you J JO and upward on furnl tur$, planos,lior8e-j,waccns, Ac, rn publicity aud property to ifnialu in your undisturbed po sea sion; Io.tn pild In ptrtor In full at any time to suit the tonveni?neof the borrfwer. aud any i part iiald mdi-t.e6 tbe vtsi of carrying the loin in proiwrtiou totlm aniouat ptld WAblUNG- , 1ON.M0lCTtAGK LOAX COMi'AY, 610 I" eL n. w lel-im KASRIED. KIMX1ERLY DltU'EK Vt fct. Paul'a FpI-ropal church, edneday evviiiu, June 20, 191, by I!er Dr Hardin?, Mr ILEL A. KlMBEBLT andCAR.i AUCSDHArFH. TlIOAirfcON-lMIICE-tn June 19,1891, by Iter. C C Aieador, iir Jasies It Tiiomi-omo.mIs3 hoiMi Price, both of Uasbmcton, D C DIZD A EKH Ir-Of dlphthe-Ia, en t-aturday mornlnff, Juue S:. 1"9I, atJSDotUxA, Wlixuxt A.,only sou of Jrhn N Avrill, aged 11 years. XUirlal at Herndjn, u, to-day IJI!THOL01 On Mturday, .lunn 21, 191, at 1030 a. m, Mak Pfkm IlAimtOLOW, In the iWth jear vl Jier nget daughter of Mrs. Isa btlla JJartbolow unetal f nin t Andrew's chu-ch, Fourtenth and tonxtraiibtrf-ets, Moudaj, JuneSo. at 5 p. m. DR.OK vn Friday Jcne ! at li) p in.,nt Freeman a hospital, mlma LuttLtf, agel 9D years. i ir uneral at Trinity church to-day at 1 p m. EIH Departs this Ii"e June 23, 194, Mrs. .Mahtiii iiicsu0 I-Djv. rpol KI years, "urs LUdy os the w dnw of l'r. Aurustuii Eddy, 1) 1), nnd notfcir of Her Thomas Lddy, I) Ir , and of A r. E. J. Somers SenkM ftlll behold at 11 otlocfc to-day at 11(X M street northwest. Immediate friends of th f.tnilly are invited (ii:EEX On Tbu&liy, June 21, ISM, FIiyAH, belo eil wifo of John Oretu, aged Ul years and J montiis. Funeral from residence of her husband, a 2 Valley street urthw"t, tc-day at 2oclock ri. ni tlie.it r to rtuoiit Arcnuo Baptist thurxh. OIiOL. On Frida, Juiih H, 1S"4 -it ?elmi, Ala..TolPn OlovE, aged i" year iuneralfroni GlHoonth street northwest, Monday -25th instant, nt 3 r m. IULL On Friday, Juno ISM, at 530 a. ra, JonsV hiTL, at his residence, 1305 It bode Island aemif I uuer il Mondar. Juuo 25. nt 11 a. m., from alKve number. Interment at Iiock. Creek ceme tery. IU THt-On Saturday, June 2J, 1WI, at 720 o'clocta ih.Jjm. L, beloved daughter of JoephinoA lluutir, apeI Ii yeirs 1 month. KL.ML On June ".191, at 5 50 p m,ICTE Keai NET (neSne ney, widow of th lain 1' II Kearney, in the forty-ninth year tl Lernge lunernl from r t.idem.eof her daughter, lrs. 1 A Drurj.jUK. street northwest, on Monday, 2.1th, at S otloci a. ixx. tin ut" io M. Dominic's hurili, Lere re lulem hlfch mass will bo sild for tao repa-. ol her eouL t riends and relatives Invited to aUb id. Kinnil-Oa Jnne 23, 1S94, 1 E Grand FJ)tnv Kbthr k, infant son of Joseph II and Mrginia C ktefer, iedT nionlhs.-l tliys. Fuue -al privite Charlton llIghls. Vd. LAI XJIANN departed this lifo ou Friday, June iMl.ANME, the beloved wife of Michael G. Lauxirinu. fun al from her lito residence, CiG ilassa ihUBotls avenue northi int, Monday, June J5, nt 4 n. ju. 1 rl nds aud rtdith es in Ited to attend. 3iLLAir.IIUN-OnFridiy,Juue 22, 191. at 8 55 nu, Jof, beIofd liubind of ilary Mo l-aiiunVn, after a short nnd piinlutlllness. I cnor I irom his lite residence, H 1' street nor;hwest,at4 0 p. in I- riends and rclatires rcpcttrull invited to attend bLTCDLU On Saturday, Juno 23,IS91,at 4 SO a. m., I itANCis Lf It uc, only child ol Tlionin1 IJ and Besslo Collins blunders, aged 15 yeirs nnd 11 mouths, Servk en it 2: M street northwest at 4 15 p. m. Mondaj, June 25. frCIIt J On t-itunliy mornlnjr, June 23, lfc9I, nt at ilOoUOCh, J GE01t(,EfcCIlCL7 lunernl Monday morning at 'Joel c. from his Into reslden'-e, 1-3TO -ireet northwest, tbrnco ti fct iiaiys church, -nhere requiem imu-s vIU bo said. 1- riends and relnti es invited to attend. MIEA On Saturdiy, Juno 23, 1VH, nt 10 o'clock a. iu , Miciiafl, only child of Mkbael and Mary Mie i, nged 8 months nud 2R dayrv tuneril Monday, Jur 25 ntioVIockp m., fronuparents' res douct, l"0i Kingman ilace. TOUEKi Onrriiiay, Juno 2J,l94,at thercsl- denro of George C 11111,25311 street north west, Mrs. Ma m E. TowEia.-ftidowof the late Jimes il Towers. 1 uueral services at Glen wood chapel at 5 p. m. tc-Uiy. "WFLLS-OnrridayiJune 2-2, 1P91, nt 8 50pm., Thomas only child cf John and inraU ells, aged J yeirs, 1 mouth, nnd 1 diy Tuneral f r m 1 ite residt nee, 913 becond ttreet southeast, on Moudny at 9 oVlccfc a. iu f riends nnd relatives invited to attend Chr. Heurich Brewing Co., r Brewers of Strictly Pure Beers. 1221-1233 20th St. N. W. WASHINGTON. D. C. I Telephone, 1153. " aplS-tf AMUSEMENTS. Good Old Times Once More. RIVER VIEW Sunday, June 24 Miss Ruby Deveaa QtrEEJ OF THE CLOUDS Th6 handsomest tcronaat Uvioc, In a tbrllllne Balloon Ascension AND PAHACIIUTE DROP. Threo fast trips Sunday. Tho Sam'l J. Tentz at 10 13 a m., 2.43, and 6 so p. m. Tickets, 25c; children, 15c NEW NATIONAL THEATER. Ererr Ereninz and Sitnrdar Matinee. Tlfth Week of the Comody Season. Itobertsona Comedy HOME Preceded by A KISS IX THE DARK. Besetred seati, 23, 50, T5& Admission, 23c oxt week A BVCHELOU OF ARTS. K EIINAN-S SUMMER GARDEN. Afternoons, A to C Erenlngs, 8 to 12. Female Walking Match CIIAMI'IONSniP OFTI1E ORLD. Dally exhibitions by W. A. HUAOIAM), Champion Ileel and Toe U alker of the vrorld. Admission 25 Cents. ANTILOON LEAGUE ANVH ERSARY, 8 p. m. "-unday.ioih and (1 streets northwest. Congregational chnrch, will be addressed by celebrated temperance orators, nnd a m-iznln-cont meeting Is expected. ou ought to be there. K.A.DI.N3MOUI;, It Chairman. -J )TTa ANNIVERSARY ' OFTnE ROYAL ARCANUM At MARSHALL HALL, 1 EDVESDAY, JUNE 2T, Dre&s Parade and Fxhlbitlon Drill of CORCORAN CADETS. Escorted by tho ML Pleasant Drum Corps. Prlzo Bowling nn 1 a ranetyof other amuse- menls. A Choice Musical and Literary Enter- ment. A GRAND PYROTECIIMC DISPLAY. Daneing Afternoon and Ereninc. Steamer Charles Macallsler leaves foot of Tth statlOaia.,2.S0and (STOp m: sharp, stopping at Alexandria on each trip. TIClvETi-. 50 cents; children. 23 cents. J21-4t ;U'?tt'JI4Vi Now in Its Glory and Magnificence. TIME bCHEDULE. SUNDAY The Palace Steamer SAM'L J. TLiTZ lea tea at 10.11 a. m., 2.43 and 5.80 p in Returning, leaving River iew at 1JL45, 4.30 and T TO p. in. Tiekets. Sic; children, lie. ED.NLbD Y The t.M L J PE.NTZ leavw at 945a m., 1 45 and 6.45 p m. LeavesltlverMow atlJL15.5.J0aud 10.30 p. m. Tickets, He; chil dren, 15c SVILRDV.Y Grand family day. the TESTZ, at 9 45 a.m. and 1 45 p m. Everybody 10c on these two trip-v. Indian Head every N EDN'EbD VY and S VTCR I)V at &45. stopping at River Mew both ways. Home at 11 15 p. in E. h RAiDALL, Sole Proprietor. OLD DOMINION JOCKEY CLUB RACES on tbe grounds of the Grange Camp Association of Northern Virginia. Fire races trill be run each day. First race at 2.30 P. M. Trains wttl leave Sixth Street Depot at 12.50 andLSOpm. Returning at5.10and5.S0 p. m. Improper characters will not be admitted. Admission - 50 Cents. BILLIARDS. FOURTEEN TABLES Lnrgest and Finest Billiard Room outh of New lork. nutlet Mtached. M. B. SCANLON, Proprietor, 403 Ninth 'treet. FOR KENT HOUSES. r OO M St. nw , 6 rooms S25 50 J 71- li st ne , 0 rooms 25 00 1617 I ave. nw , 7 rooms. JO GO J1 loih sl nw . 8 rooms IS 30 1 enosFIa ave nw, 6 rooms mo E! L st nw , G rooms. .......... . .. 163) ' Sllotst nw,6rooms 15 30 lS-J2 20thsL nw,4 room" 13 00 i JeiWt GKAII l A CAMPBELL. 17 14th st. P0E EENT K00MS. IOR RENT CHEERFL'L FUR. ROOMS, with pocd table board; refs. exchanged. SEAI.F S. 1C1J nnd 1017 l-'thsL nw; trnns'cnts ace-ommodated. j6.3-7t WANTSD. TT ANTED GOOD tOUOTORS FOR NEW S T ? papr work. Ladles or gentlemen KIg com mission. Call at Times office between 9 and 10 to-morrow morning "l7 ANTED LADIES WITH IIU-INS ESPE t t rienee een get light, p-ofltablo work a por tion or all of tho time, to suit their pleasuro. Call Monday. ROOM 2, 1 J02 Pennsylvania ave. Je2Slt WANTFD WHITE M COLORED AGENTS to handle rapidly-selling household remedy of greatest merit Call Imm diilely atJbiist. n. e, beL 9 and 12 and 3 and 5 o'clock. je2?-3t "7ANTED-GOOD I!0S I OK A FEW HOURS' H work eneh morning; 5150 per week. In quire between and 5 p. m., bcHKOT 11RO- , 4"1' Missouri avenue e2i-tf 1 -l'I. .AM WORKEHlj AMONG THE WORK l ?v men In every workhoi,in every labor j gathering, every Grange, Alliance and F. M. B. .. ' meeting in the United Mates whero men ire I honestly seeking to escape idleness, low wages nnd low prices which are only a part of the i Crown of Thorns" put on the people by monop oly and misgovernment. Goes like wild fire. j :?end lOeents for sample and go to work. Ad- dress VOX POI CLI, bt. Loul, Mo AUAMhU-ALL BLLK DUlNKHto IO CALL i it Iul.'s new place, 817 Seventh at. n.w , and pot a nka coid bottle of beer fori cent. i amilUs supplied to nil part of tie city mv9 3m PEKS0NAL. LOOK HFHE, rELLOW-MAX, TI3IE3 ARE bird. We can save you big money on a firsts lass suit of clothes that have been slightly worn. Gie u a cham-e tf JLblHSs OLD STAD, 619 D St. nw BA1IIS I'UMX, MEDICVTFP, SKA SLr, and sulphur, with missice treatment. Open Sundays Ur bAlUll WACOTi 7ti 11th st nw. j JelT-lw Mrs. c uy, n2 rrnsT. vr i gu muxtee to convince the most atfptical on pist, pre--tnt, and future life, lrn suits, divoixts, love. , and marriage, gains the love of those you desire, I overcomes evil influences, gives names in full of those you have or will marry. All Information I truthfull and accurately p ven. Call and bo i convinced, ns seeing Ls belie ing. Ilour, 9 to 9( except Sundays. eiu-toino PROF. CLAY, CLAIROTAT, BL&INLbS MEDIUM; Tells from cradlo to grave; causes epeody niar riaces. brines separated tocether: removes fani- I lly troubles, e II intlucnces, interprets dreamy KIcts out enemies. Sittings, SO cents. Hours, y to 9, opeu buuday. 4S9 II street, bet. Fonr-and- n-uaii ana Mitu sw. e-ira MME. UACIS,OARI READER ADTn VXCE Medium; life given from cradle to grave, hour, 10 to 9 JWE. Cap. st. JeS-3w LAD1LS COMrORTAULE HOME BEIrORE aud during confinement, best meillenl treat, ment: babies adopted, female complilnta i treated by experienced phj&tdan; confllentliL I Un Ur. KLN2.ER.131 3d st. n. o., Wanhlncton, D. & JelO-ly MARRIrDLIlIES-".N OUCE OP PI!K ventlon is better tban a pound of cure." r-end 2 2-cent stamps for information concerning Taluable secret. Address Loclc Vox 4CG, asb Ington. D C Dr. C. S. HODGSON, Registered Pharmacist. North Capitol and I Streets N. E. Pnro Drucs nnd Medicines. Ico Cold Soda and Mineral Waters. We ell "Umov JLtBE" Cigars. Nlght bell promptly answered. Tour patronage earnestly solicited. ap3m Balloon Ascension Hal toon Ascension Balloon Ascension Hal loon Ascension Batloou Ascension Balloon Ascension Haltoon Ascension Balloon Ascension Balloon Acenlon BaMoon Ascension Balloon Ascension Balloon Ascension Balloon Ascension Balloon Ascension Balloon Ascension Balloon Ascension Balloon Ascension Balloon Ascension Balloon Ascension Balloon Ascension 8UMMEB BES0BTS. RAWLEY Rockingham Co.. Va. Noted Health Resort. SPRINGS, Tne tonic water of the world. Special rates to families. J. WATM.NS LEE. 3e23-w FOREST ISN, I or est Glen, M,L, Is now open. W. A. WOODS, Proprletoc PINEV POINT HOTEL, ST MAP.rS COUNTT, 31 d., near the Chesapeake bay, now open for the season 1891. Rates: tl, Jl SO, and -per day; W, tS, and 110 per week, and iS, 3U. and $25 per month. How reached: The new and handsome steamer Potomac as well as the steamer Sue. will leare n-hlngton, foot of Sev enth street, as folluws: Sunday,! p. m., Potomac; 31onday, 4 p. m , Sue; Wednesday, M p. m., Po tomac; Saturday, Cp m.. Sue. Leare, Balti more, Lieht street wharf: Tuesday, 6 p. m., Pe tomac; W edncsday, 6 p. m.. Sue; Friday. 6 p m . Potomac Meamer Arrowsmlth leaves ash Ington. D. C: Mondays, 3 p. m. ednesdays, 3 p. m.; Saturdieys, S su p. m. For circulars apply to Wash. II. UiUIams, berenth and D streets northwest. Special rates for elubs, Jtewtanng to visit the Point. Tbe bar has been reopened this year and stocked with the best THOMAS W. WILLIAMS. Proprietor e21-tf a I Frank Leslie's Scenes and Portraits Of the CIVIL WAR. JUNE 24 Completa In Thirty Parts, publish,! weekly. Send or bring 0 coupon-, like this, ot different dates, with 10 cents in coin or postal note, and you will recelre any number as It la Issued. By mall 15o per part Pleaso enter my nnme as a subscriber to Frank Leslie's scenes and Portraits of the ClrU War, and mall each part aa Issued to Kama.. Address., Tour paper Is delivered to me at J 0 !.., ., ,.,.,.. ....... ,l ........ ptreet . . ., If not a subscriber, send your subscrip tion to papor, as we supply our readers only. MISCELLANEOUS. SPACE IN W. & O It JR. CO S "CLTUAL POM FR ST HON." SUITABLE FOR light m m rcTrnrsG. Steam .powar, electric light, and heat furnihed. Freight and passenger elevator service. Apply at Room 3, first floor. Je34-tf GAS STOVE B4R0 4D.S-ORIGINAL PRICE SJ.IS, reduced to SI M; this two-burner stove Is of extra iuality: only one left. Original price $19, reduced to $11; this three-hole range with oven, broilerconnectlons, etc; every way perfect, except small damage In shipment. Origi nal price $19, redmed to (13; call and see this bargain in tbr ee-hole range a A. 1IUDDIMAN. Je2Mm Na 614 12th Street N. W. ITiORMLE A SECOND-HND "STIEFF Up right piano; full sized; in Srst-cXass con dition. See it before you buy any other first claw make, as It is a bargain. PFEIFFER COMJIF,4171IthsLji. w. leSS-3t ITiOU SiLE-BRIC-'i-BIiAC A LARGE, SOLID antique mahogany bedstead, perfect; posts 7 ft. talL original cot l?j; also antique mahog any sid-board and bureau in eood condition; all cheap for cash; byN. W. BAKER, Shlloh, King George. Va. jeiK-St LOCAL UNION ISO. UNITED BROTHERHOOD of Carpenters and Joiners, meets every Mon day evening at 4J3 13th sL nw ITHREWORKS-TRADfe SUPPLIED AT THE ? lowest prices in any quantity, Je51-5w 813 Seventh street northwest LEGAL BLANKS. LAW PmNTTNa THE LAW REPORTER COMPANY Printers aad Stationers. SIS Fifth ilLi M. W. 3100 RE. Managsr. LUNCH; LUNCH! LUNCH! The best lunches In the city a THE PURE DURY LUNCH, 9J5 D st nw Open all nlghT. Near News oSca. w E CAN SAVE TOU MONEY. Buy your Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Shirt, Pants., etc, from JOHN N. GATES, 123 Eloventh street southeast And notice how much you save SPECIAL NOTICE. GKOCERT FOR SALE IN BUSINESS SEC tinn of city, doing business $45 CO a day. Horte, wagon, and everything for 31,600 cash. Answer GROCER! . this omce Ie2-3t KL C ALL JIEMBtlte OF PLASTERERS . Local Assembly 1144, K. of L., are hereby notified to attend the next regular meeting of the assembly on Monday evening, Jnne 25, 1354. Buinens of Importance to all. jti-il BY ORDER of the ASSEMBLT. The.. People's Church, Na 4.3 G btreet Northwest, Opponlte'Penion Offlce Rev. Alexander Kent, pastor, will speak at IL1S, On the Pres as a Social and Political Weather Vane beats free All welcome It HUE EVER AGONS D1SAPPOOT We do not handle chemical prodnct hut DO handle pure, cold, VTURAL 1 - From the KeunpbecRlTer. rrompt II r serTle seven days In the weefc. V- -- Lowest rate GREAT FALLS ICE CO., 924Pa.Av. Telephone 372. Depots Tenth treet Wharf, Washington. S056 W ater street, Georgetown. c24-2m rand Mass Meeting Shall We Have Suffrage in the District of Columbia? Is the Issuing of Bonds in the District for the Benefit of the Citizens? A grand mass meeting for the discussion of th above questions, under the auspices of D A. 6G, K. of U, and the Ir ederation of Labor, will be held on WEDNESDVY EEMNG, JUNE 27, 1-m, at HrlckliyerV Hall, Seventh and L streets northwest A hearty Invitation ls extended to all who are Interested. Prominent speakers will address the meeting. e23-5t DEMOCRATIC MASS MFEITNO AND Ev enre ii n to Marsh ill Hall Monday, June 2i Tho Interstate Democratic Association has arranged a mass meeting and excursion to Mar shall Hail for 25th instant The following distinguished Democrats havs promised to make addresses: benatorlnulkncr, .a.; Senator McLaurin, JIlss.; Hon. Geo. W Cooper, lmL; Hon. Daniel Lockwood, V Ti ; Hon. m. J. Bryan, Neb.; Hon. Benton McMillia.Tenn; (Private) John il Alien, Miss.; Hon Jos. W Billey, Tex.; Hon. Jno. T. Dunn. N J ; Hon Lnwrcnco E. iicGann, HI, and Hoiu J. C U Black, Ga. A number of distinguished guests have beei luviied, including Men President Stevenson, Governor thauneey F Black, and others. The reeeption committee is- Col V m Dickson, Commissioner Ross, Iiwrence Gardner. CoL Alex. D Anderson, Login Carlisle, CoL McKlbbln, Major Briscoe. Hon Berlah ilklns, Harry King, and Gen. Duncan S i alker Tiekets for sale at Interstate Headquarters, C31 Louisiana avenue. Congressional committee rooms at ormley's, and at Mount ernon boat wharf. Bott lctves at 5.50 p. m. sharp. je23-2t WE 11 VE THE LAltt.EbTANDMOaT CO PLETE STOCK OF Hats and Men's Furnishings In "N ahinirtoa. A. MINSTER, 499 and Ml Vsl. areuuo (under National hotel). mT33-3m. i REMOVAL. Drs, J. T.HENSLEY and M. HERMAN Have removed their ofllie to G16 K bTUEEl 0111E!. Practice limited to Gcnlta-Lrtnary and Skin Iiiseascs. Ofllc hours 10 a. m. tol p m.,3toSp- m. JelS-lmo NEW YORK BUFFET! 403 TENTH STREET NORTHWEST. w ju H V-f K- fiS.iifeW WM- ,Vj, j -iC-si.