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TnE DAILY CRITIC, SATI'RDAY EVENING, JUNE 2s 1WH).
AT THE CAPITOL
hi OF, OF UPROAR AHD C0NFt
flON IN THE 110USR
IN THE DEBATE ON THE ELECTION MIL.
The Republkaai' Hypwrilifal Inter
est ia tk Negro Raft.
ELACKS OF THE DISTRICT OF COLOMBIA.
Proceedings ia Ike 8mk SUvtr Ml'
Conferrew-The W'ki Pwfery,
NtH)lMlUfH,
In the llmiw Uih mernlnt:, after Mr.
T:n1oe of Tennessee liatl moved to cor
rect the Journal, so as to strike there
from the titles of a number of prlvnte
pension bills pasted last night, the
House went Into Committee of the
Whole on the Federal KJectlon bill.
Jlr. SlcAdoo of New Jersey attacked
the measure, basing his opposition on
the principle of homo rule and the
right of the people to control tholr own
affairs without Federal Interference.
He warned the Republicans to beware
of
the ExrnniKNCB op WAi.roLB
when Prime Minister of Kneland. Storm
after storm of protest had been made
against the Excise bill which was pend
ing in Parliament; but the Minister,
strong In his belief that he
could withstand tho people, de
clared ho would not glvo way to
the beggars. Hut finally the wave of
Indignation erew so great that the peo
ple besieged Parliament itself, ox
claiming "Miir.nTv1 i-innnTvl
No excise'" And finally Walpolo was
forced to clvo up tho hill and, to save
his own life, r;o out, disguised In a cloak,
shouting: Liberty! Liberty! Nooxclso!"
Ho lo.jgcd and abjured the Republicans
by their own senso of manliness to
abandon this bill beforo n storm went
up of, "Liberty, liberty, no interference
with elections !"
Mr. McComas of Maryland reviewed
tho various election contosts during the
present Congress to show tho necessity
for tho pnssoeo of such a law. Tho
Democrats talked about tho people
as tho fountains of power, and tho gen
tleman from New Jersey (Mr. McAtloo)
had talked a great deal about home
rule. Ho called their attention to tho
condition of affairs In Maryland as one
of many Instances In which the
rcwr.iis Ann hkinh takkn away
kiioji tiik rnon.K
Tho control of tho schools and tho
appointment of school olllccra had been
w tested from tho pooplo and placed In
tho hands of the judge of the courts.
If there bo one thing the people could
do for themselves It was to control
their own school affairs.
Jlr. McComas having declared that
the provision that tho Inspectors might
bo taken from any part of the Congres
sional district, was nothing new In
South Carolina, Jlr. Tillman asserted
that tho law required the Inspectors to
belong to tho same precinct of which
they were Inspectors.
Continuing his speech, Jlr. McComas
"went on to say thai the result of
SVlTItr.MION OV TIIIl ULACK )
In the South had been the deml
lion of tho Ktato flovernment
end of suffrage and never glvlt
them again. This resulted In
AN VrKOAM ON THE FLOOI
Mr. Wand and Jlr. McComas su
at the top of their voles amid t
plause of their colleagues and
galleries, Jlr. McCorcas deolan
when the gentleman from Mlseoui
on the tloor and affected an int
giving suffrage to eight or ten th
black voters of the District of C
bla, and when he recalled the iz
the gentleman during bis
service here had never raise
voice In behalf of the 8,000.0
10,000,000 poor and oppressed '
men In the country, he felt like a
In the language of the arl
"Thou hypocrite first cast the bat
of thine own eye."
Jlr, Wand denounced Jlr. Ma .
as
VNWOHTHY OP CONFIDWei
and vehemently declared that
be and his colleagues who we . .
hypocrites la pretwullng. for pat
pores, an nnfvlt Interest In the bc
At this point the uproar beat
great that uotnlag could be Uir
the commingled enouU of tbe ill
and the rapping of tba t
ti's gavel. Jlr, McComas' id
tl.e meanwhile had as
but, amid cries of "Hegular Oftles
managed to make tbe siatansaa
the black mea Is this PUttiat
treated like tbe wbitas, ami b spytahwl
to the people of b South to treat tba
blacks und whites alike.
Mr. Iircckiarblge of Keasiteky, when
HI IKT WAS UK ALLY MHftMUU).
requested the Speaks lo sjm that order
was observed la the yallattoi.
Mr. MiUikea of Maiaa Tifjr.inln.1 thai
tkoM oa the floor shntild ratt tba gal
leries lk vxatupie.
Mr Peter, ia tha cbair, atlaavaatieaad
tbe occupants of tba galleries
that they were there by courtesy
aatl must oeerve atxler aaJ
also laforuuxl tba utaaiber? of ike
Uouae Uai it would faeiiitata VnjavrM
if rlteioa were recite! hut kt
ttruuotlag those kavia tha floor.
Mr. Cuuualajcs of Sew York iooke
egaisti tbe bill. Jle uuoaad Joaa
nilcox, a reaowaad ItepuWicaa siaJkes
uiaji of Calif otaia. a say lag. "Tha
titae bag coiua when 1 believe say tfaaty
u quires uic to tise above ptitvcliale fur
tbe beaetit of ay party."
Tbb sfBiiuu-at leeined to ha the
uadcrlyiag priarfple of tha biU. Popu-
lar goveraateat was caruiaiy iatao
sihia without local rule. Tirmt tula
waa the top root o oar poMttcai
system ve ia tha watt extra
it was doubtful if imarfaraama
vr' ', dbl tsoi ciaati? mora wroairs thaa
dka. Ha badaavex baton kaow
TBtbiiaaM fzoia UAAA.;kud
to giva paHiphVl rasaoa
y waacuce ha hvmd- I this
ta he had for tha ajcrt ibna h-
Ckam ikta kii ilui of BtAiMt.
t sW siJb)
4t&m tittltottaa aahJMtcott
, , oa tha aavMm uu
wktai f Um Wwm, oafei-
a anacd to aasl skun. aar-
.i
Iom f Kavia mi UmO
part of
lata, t aa swNina csm
.&iW' Walkw of
a auosa.
eg the Ulls mi lesoluUutu
Wi M.La,-c- till j.Uv)iui; tb
t(jti.ir' B.iu J 'U lKatr...t
for fyppiles taken and .iscd by the
Army.
a he Itnllot-tloi I'arcerK.
The Hmis Comm!lt iBTMtifHtrtsf
the Ohte bftltot-rm forgwy )id
a Hreetlng. They hsd a hot tlim of
It, which came near degenerating Into
a row. Finally they ortriml some mote
printing done ami ailjourned without
any decisive action.
It seem that Jlr. Mason of Illinois,
the chairman of the committee, wanted
to exonerate Foraker completely. Two
other Hermbllcans ami the Democratic
members of the committee are deter
mined, however, that there shall be no
whitewashing. The result was some
pretty plain talking.
Another meeting of the committee
will be held next week.
No Lobby for the Shipping 1(111.
In an Interview had to-day with a
Critic man, Representative Farqulmr
said:
"Your reporter Is 'off on the Item In
Thk CHtTtc of Thursday evening that
lobbyists are now here, swarming In tite
Capitol, in behalf of what your paper
calls the Farrmhar Shipping bill. I
know of no lobby for this bill. The
Port of Wednesday last had a mislead
ing Item to this effect; but there is noth
ing In the report. The supposed lobby
was composed of Gentlemen of the com
mittee on theJlaritlme Conference bills,
from the New York Jlarltlme Ex
change, In which there Isn't n cent for
any lobby."
District Dcllclencle.
The Secretary of the Treasury has
transmitted to Congress additional esti
mates of deficiencies In appropriations
for the service of the District for tWO
and prior years as submitted by the
Commissioners. The amount Is $27,-700.31.
rontolltce Appropriation Kill.
The conforrces on the Postofllce Ap
propriation bill met to-day and reached
an ncrccmcnt, tho House withdrawing
its objection to tho Senate amendments,
which slightly Increase the appropria
tions. Prrililcntlnt Moinlnntlotin,
The President to-day sent to tho
Senate the following nominations:
To be Collectors of Customs T. C. Simp
son of Massachusetts for the District of
Jicwburjport, Mass.; .1. T. Stow of Cali
fornia for tlio District of Wilmington, Cl.
It, C. Myers of California, to be special
examiner of drugs, medicines and clicm
trals In tbe district of San Krancltco, Cftl.;
D. F. Ilurko of New York, to be asslatant
appraiser of merchandise In the district of
New York.
A. C. Moore of West Virginia, to be Min
ister Resident and Cunsul-Uenera! of the
I'nlted States at Slain.
O. W. FIshback of Nevada, to be Secre
tory of the Legation of the United Suites
at (luenos A vres.
Consul of the United States S. It.
Dcnecn of Illinois, at Ilollevllll: V. J. Itol
lowny of Indiana, at Stratford, Out.; C.
I). .ToslTtt of Michigan, at Windsor, Out.;
W. 1'. Pierce of Georgia, at TrloMad.
WAIVED AN EXAMINATION.
Sercennt Cllihlam (Uvea Horn! to An
pear lloforo the (Intnil Jury.
Sergoant Cllthlam was In Police Court
this morning, but It was concluded to
contlune his case until Tuesday, and he
was returned to precinct No. 1. This
afternoon, however, his attorney, Mr.
Hay determined on waiving a prelimi
nary examination Instead of keeping
him locked up In the station house so
og. Ho furnished tho necessary bond
r appearance before the grand Jury.
Sergeant Cllshlam declares that lie
111 be able to prove his innocence and
) soys that some of the officers at the
ashlngton Oarracks are trying to pr-
' cute him.
i -- i ii
The .Vtir Cltr l'oitolllce,
AVltcn Secretary Wlndom receives a
opy of tho local postolllce bill he will
egln to carry out Its provisions, being
nxlous to see the building erected as
ton as possible. There are some
svners of property in tbe square se
ated as the site for the postolllce who
iy that It Is held In trust for minor
sirs and cannot be sold. In such cases
' here owners refuse to cell for what
ay bo regarded a fair price, the Sec
tary of the Treasury will Institute
ndemnatlon proceedings.
Arretted ou Suspicion,
George Itlakeslee, who said that he
as from Carroll County, Jld., was In
ollce Court today, charged with be
tg a suspicious character. He waa ar
jeted by OIHeer Riley, who says that
lakeelee admitted at the station-house
tat he had served a term In the penl
mtlary for passing counterfeit money.
, was a question with Judge Miller
hetber the prisoner was clothed in hU
ght mind, ami he continued tbe case
r a further hearing.
Five Yeura for III Grime,
AVillisiu Harris, alios Harrisoa Scott,
doted, eouvietad of assault with la
st la rape a colored child named
ary K. Williams, was this wornlag
aleaead by Chief Justica Uiagkam to
a years' Uuprisonmaat la the Albany
taiteBtiary.
Sent to the Graud Jury.
Jacob Kill, tbe youag Gatataa who
tola the $87 frota Mrs. Lucy C.
liyraa aati who was arsaatad ia JUUi
Hsota by Detective Mattiafiy, waived
exawiaatioa ia tba I'oliee Court this
arwraooa.
Truth AUaut TriMUr.
wn Smitk. i-1 at fe. MuUAIt.
A waa wight sJatoat as wall gat tbt
biassalf as to gat his trousers tt;hi. His
lags have to sufar la sithar caaa.
If a waa habitually gats tight it will
ittia hita ia tha ktssg rtta. If ha gats
bis trousers tight he ill ruia thaw la a
very short tua.
How Is it. thea, that a wan who reaps
sober is wall esT. while, if his trousers
ma tight, thay asa baUar usft
Must tha wtbuioa hwwasst asaa awui
uour beiaj straisMtlr Ko. Lat
bin keep quite sebar aad gat hit tsMMaH
a uiur iuu.
UsMQNBUXIK.
A lHwwuit I,iimn Dctak,
fur kyiAMy aa mu&tuaaa
LsYAMAMI Uxk.
JTyr telistestsllUlUil sUfti QMbV1 ilWsliMiMfesi tJCdft
I rmtM HsUr
Vuir ftjaif &ajfi HgaMfAiU laiijUaAyaja tTrt
"-S ppeana asaa' ss"aaap BRaffSSPilwaPBpvaBaj aawwaia
taaBMa lUsir.
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1 tWaf WmV
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TtKMtui uaijr at tar. U atoai-u. 4t-
4flt. m! !- per UiiUa. aoU " 4rg-
tfwiaHJaaeat UJaikatar WatUaaa.
MAiuc, I bw btea cucad by Or. XoalaV
Lsutuii Elixir, aad u oo a. well uua.
Kev t C Uivi-i,
DEMOCRACY.
m FRIN61PLES AS EXBNfflATfS IN
MANY NATIONAL PLATFORMS.
Jndtlco nntt Sound roller en thn Tnrtri'
Unentlbn Alnnra n Strong; flunk
The Party at Ileoeit Itefnrm,
Frtm (kt HI. -0vl fteimbnr.
1800.
"Free commerce with all nations "
Plank In the first Democratic platform,
which was drafted by Jefferson himself.
lfltO, 1811, 1818, 18K3, ISflfl, 1810.
"Jtrstlce ami sottml policy forbid the
Federal Government to foster one
branch of Industry to the detriment of
another; that every cltlren ami every
section of the country has a right to
demand ami Insist upon an equality of
rights ami privileges: . . - and that
no more revenue ought to be raised than
Is required to defray the expenses of
the Government.''
(While In 185 the following was ad
ded:) "lttolrtfl. That the time has come
when the people of the United States
should declare themselves In favor of
free seas, of progressive free trade
throughout the world, ami by solemn
manifestations place their moral Influ
ence by the side of their ntcceesfttl ex
ample" 1808,
"A tariff for revenue upon foreign
Imports."
1870.
"Wc denounce the present tariff,
levied tijion nearly 4,000 articles, as
a masterploco of Injustice, Inequality
and false pretense. It yields n
dwindling, not a yearly rising, revenue.
It has Impoverished manv Industries to
subsidize a few. It prohibits Imports
that might purchase the products of
American labor. It has dograded
Amctlcan commerce from the first to
nn Inferior rank on the high sees. It
has cut down the sales of American
manufactures at homo and abroad, and
depleted tho returns of American ag
riculture nn Industry followed by half
our people. It costs tho people five
times more than It produces to the
Trcnsury, obstructs tho processes of
production and wastes tho fruits of
labor. It promotes fraud, fosters
smuggling, enriches dishonest officials
nnd bankrupts honest merchant. Ye
demnnd that all custom-house taxations
shall be only for revenue."
lHfld.
"A tariff for revenue only."
1881.
Tho ltcpubllcan party "proffers a
pledgo to correct tho lrregularltlos of
our tatlff" It created nnd has contin
ued them. Its own Tariff Commission
confessed tho need of more than
twenty per cent, reduction Its Con
gress gave a reduction of lees than four
per cent. It professes the protection of
American manufactures It has sub
Jictcd them to nn increasing Hood of
manufactured goods and n hopeless
competition with manufacturing na
tions, not one of which taxes raw ma
terials. It professes to protect all
Atneilcan Industries It has Impover
ished many to subslille a few. It pro
fesses tho ptotectlon of American labor
It has depleted the return of
American agriculture, an Industry fol
lowed by half our people.
1888.
Ilcnetvalof platform of 181 In such
ri'gatd. and Indorsement of President
Cleveland's message of December,
16S7, and of the .Mills bill, as practical
Illustrations of Democratic principles.
rrrparlni; for the Ilnpninpiiient.
The little launch lllue Wing of the
United States Fish Commission has
been placed at tho dltposal of tbe offi
cers of tho District National Guard,
who arc arranging for the summer en
campment at Fort Washington. The
officers make frequent visits to the Fort,
and tho little launch comes In quite
handily for that purpose. Thursday
last as General Ordway, JIaJor Pollard,
the Inspector-general of rifle practice,
and Commissary Sergeant Newtnyer
were on their way to the camp ground,
and just below Alexandria, the lllue
Wing blew out one of her cylinder
heads, and the trip was finished with
the assistance of a tug-boat. Tbe lllue
W log Is all right now, and trips will be
resumed to the Fort by the National
Guard officers.
Horrible' Ituel With lUtclieU.
liiBHi.vGiiAM, Am., June S8. News
has been received here of a duel which
took place near Village Springs or
Thursday between two farmers named
l'oeey ami Simmons. Tha weapons
used were hatchets. Simmons was hor
ribly cut ami fell mortally wounded.
Posey escaped.
Editor Slacdunald'a Ktte.
fitm Loudon YhhUh fair.
I should have thought that Joha
Cameron JIaedonald, erstwhile man
ager af the Timu, would have left more
mosey than he has dose, about 5.000.
be enjoyed a good salary, be dbl sot
live profusely, and he held the positioa
for a loBg while. A fterce and auto
cratic geBllemsB was Jobs as well I
knew given much to entphasUlag hU
remarks by raps ami bangs ou tbe
table "d poor Jlr. Chesery, tbe lata
rdilo., as considerably ia awe of biw.
but be .vim a aobia nayautsutr sad a was
who stood by those who worked wall
for him. It may be for this reasoa that
Mr. Houstoa the "vouag waa calhai
Houstoa" of Sir Charles Russell b Ba
its to the axtaat of 100 by his wUL
Getting the (JumUsim lllml.
Ikt ,,u X'erjt Au.
"Doa't you thiak you waka a "4Hi'Kr'
ia your allusloa to tha Aevtasoa quaaatioa
aow before tha Presbytefiaa As
stwbly t"
"la what way "
"You call k tha 'butajag' u,itMt,taa. "
fou can gat aattratt tor your money aVur
htg imr ahataea hum tba Hy by aeayast
lag ft tta tba Wsahtaatoa Loaa ml Trust
CoauMuu-, IUW K stress aortbarast. CU
isJ,jl,aaMa8. Ses iwlvarUasfflwBt.
rm JAmaaVf JawMUy.
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want ajimaraiM x; m wm
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yurfaiif 1 ahniurhl aoi. Ii vou
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httow.''
. . . P. L. , - . L. .-..(
AN INTERESTING CASE.
Can a l'rlwmer he nt to Albany
for
n Tear or rM?
Tire hdrjtttt eoTTtrts case of Aria Tin
iwy, the colored girl, who was convletetl
ta the Criminal Court mst IecctbeT of
fwelvlwf stolen property, and lentwxteA
by Chief Judge ningham tootle year's
Imprisonment In the Albany fenitentl
ary, was argued this mortilnf oy AM
tant Dtttrlct Attorney Upactaw fot the
Government, and General E. C. Car
rinston in behalf of the acctwetlr
Jlr. Llpteomh said that the girl was
Incarcerated In Jail awattimc the de
cision of the Court in General Tetm. to
which the case had been carried, and
not fot the purpose of being sent to the
penitentiary. Under the clrctimetSBces
he thought the petition of General Car
rlngton for a writ of habeas corpus was
out of the regular order of proceedings.
General Carrlngton argued that un
der a recent deefsfon of the nflreme
Court of the United States and Attor
ney General Jllller In the oaseofwtwirte
Mills that no party tried, convicted
and sentenced to a less term
than more than one year could
be sent to a prison In another
jurisdiction outside the District. The
girl, he Mild, should have been sen
tenced to over one year, ami aa she
was not, she Is Illegally detained in jail
and ought to lie released from cus
tody. In some Instances Judge Dlngham
has sentenced parties to the petirten
tlaty for one year ami one day, bttt he
did not do so In the case of Ada Tin
ner. "It will lie lime enough," aM Jlr.
Lipscomb, "for halieas corpus proceed
ings after the decision of tbe Coatt in
General Term."
Judge IMnplism remanded the girl to
the custody of the warden of the Dis
trict jail to nwalt the decision of tlte
Court In General Term as to the le
gality of her sentence.
Tennla Tnurnniiient,
The I.o Droit Park tennis tournament
was continued at the park courts yester
day evening. To day the winners of
the first prise will probably be decided.
The following are the results of yester
day's playing:
Single?, third round Wright beat Oiliest
0-1. iW.
singles, ladles Mnals .Miss Cooper beat
Jilts Smltli 7-.'., 0-3, 0-3.
Doubles, gentlemen, preliminary touikI
IlrooKs ami Wright beat ttuttenvorth and
Iluttomorth by ilcfniilt; Williams ami Ilar
nanl heat lllfhop nnd !rlio!txni (H, 0-11.
First ronml Cllley and Mct'auley beat
Visit ami Carr n-!t, 0-3; Ilutterwortn and
Dudley bent Doyle awl Glueat 0-R, tH:
Ihrrnfortli and Wortman beat llrooka and
Wiliiht 40, IV4; Williams and Uarnardlwit
Vuclllng and Davis 0-1, 4-0.
In the Knlorama tournament Jlr.
Moreen Thompson won the rlrst prize
for singles, a Sear's special racquet.
rickiiocketa nt .llnraliall IUU.
Two men who are supposed to be ex
pcit pickpockets were fotind plying
their vocation at Marshall Hall last
night and placed under arrest. Tlicv
gave the names of I. mils Gotlleb anil
William Caldwell, and said their home
was In Washington. A gold watch an 1
diamond pin wore found In their pos
session. They were taken toAlexamlrlt
where they were looked up.
SUMMER HltlTK.
Kiehanq.
Do not tax the ajrstsm with any tine.
Avoid draughts (wbetber of air or ice
water) nlmi perspiring freely.
rtsrasmher that the beat U debilltaUag In
effect, aiwl tbt the life force must be sus
tained. Draw moderately on the water cooler.
Drink lowly, In (mall quantities awl ttot
frequently.
Itetnemtar that wlien vrniriug ymi are
liable to catch a chill lij auitdea etwuge uf
ttin)rature. A Sutsmer cold I mora n
nojlDg than a Winter one.
When )ou feel the weakening uffwt of
tbe heat take a drink of pure wbUkey lu
water. It l wonderrul what a healthful
and uljiii g effect It will have.
Keweinher tlmtouly y.urr wbiekey abould
under au i-lreunuUtieea be uwl. The
whlakey which has tbe highest aUndtuu: sad
best recouimeBoation U Dun)' Pure Malt.
The l.'tt or Coacliiimn IlHivklHi,
The case of David William Hawklas,
the colored coachman of General M. C
Meigs, who died tecently at bis home,
1S05T street northwest, leaving some
propet ty, was called in the Probate
Court yesterday and continued until
next week. A colored girl named
Florence Itowser has filed a taper in
which she claims to be a daughter of
the deceased ami his otily living rela
tive. tiJuoe lltenloca on the UUer."
Tbe tteswer Charles Maealeater wtU leave
for luUUu Keed this (Saturday i evealug at
tt.W p. ia., and tbe steauier W. W. Cor
earaa Hill tie tbe sssae wharf for luuUa
Heed at tt.tftp. m. tbl evealug. both boats
leading at Marshall Hall goitu; aad retura
lag. There will be uo crowilCig oa stiaer
boat, as I'aptaiu BUke U deteruUaed lo
give the patrotM of tba UacoleaUr awl Cor
lorau aaple accoBUBOdeiioBS, so tlut alt
way mjoy the trip oa tbe river with eattte
ccauoit. This arrsBgeaaeat wUleoutiaua
during the Mituti uflU. ae advertite
Bkeut of -June Eveuiags oa Uu Kler."
The Uaukrupt Sale
oi cloUiiag wbkb has beau tba cause oi so
aaucb uoesaitu: aaaoag tba bigb-uficed
chabiar b) still goisg oa. Tba stock at
briag tobl very rabidly. Tbis sale eaabbts
iou lubuy arO-rUM ctotbas at iut oaa
aU tbe oriLti asltaii hj- other 4aeler. Call
aastaaefor joaraeb?. haakruat aala, SI'
ievealb etreat.
31eilet of lltHutr LeKtea.
A uuartiag of the Madal of Hoaor
Lagioa was hebl bast eveaiag sad ar
laagctacsus utada for hohttag a asiioaal
eaeaaapaaaat at Boatoa oa August 11.
liradquartars have heaa ovUie4 at tha
Husk llall. aad their rauaioa will take
shci ia tha I-aria u-hool oa Moat
aoasny stiaat The Wgioa exptx-u lo
partivipate ia the Graad Arty patedt:
TnWw Whnnl tor Caalrt.
The Waehlagtoa Traiaiag tscaool of
Cooiury aa4 of liouaahoid Maausi
Wotb. has baea iapjniaxl with tha
foilowiag agaaad trusiaas. Praacas a
Ssatlh, Aaa L. Woodbury, Btaauhe
lataaud. Mary Forca StasuL Mary &
IhaJia. Kata Rtyburo aad Lucy G.urtt
TlaOauaatl-
vasarru Uiuaal.
A etosaawa, alter yeexsof saCeruut
ffflraji igttt bwibeoaaa disttae. Cstsi ib. ii'i-i
vaaate trywg evw kaowu reaaaay, at lost
evaaa a MaaSvatastMU whssh aoaudWly
eajiasal east saved aba fnaa sAaath Auv aus
leasr sauas this -t'ttafl'il atasaaa seudliuc
a ssasaaaiWaisd stassnid eaxabMei to lri
Issaor 4. A- Lawccaca, 8a Wnv Sonet,
haw Yurh, U1 rixelva Uw (wcSfe tarn ut
Ty, V. JU. C. KmitoH.
tha Yuuag aka's triaaa Au
laaa amaa a imTaitViii axourabaa vaster
aW oa tha Wkter to MmkW HUI.
apP Vpw JpajPsaw 4MWa sgVnlpNp aWPB
wm turaas) ay at the whaff.
Whatf ! U ataef br m.
t,m Ou kti UtUf Html.
A BoslfrjH uVrsUist has Ua Ha?tinill trout
aaaa's law aa axa laaaah aaaaauriaz oaa
p- ffJ1 " raa Paaaaaap BBBBaaaafeaai9BBaaaB "aaasar
avsaJ aaB.a4uak aha aa aaaaaaatiW
'",a aaaaaaaBr aBBaajraBBaBBaaBBB affBaaaaaaBt gaaj anarF
cahi to he the longest huamaa tioth oi
whl.b Uure U wty rtuord.
onstipation,
aMiiamiMeaaswaasaajaaaiMli tJi is 1 1 us in n laassawaaeMsraaa,
not n mrihl in .tpaon, f Unhf to
r.i nma aSaa listiiia.1 (! nKei.niri llsBstaw
I P not n mnliod in season. Is Tlahle to
1 brv nmi haliUnal and rhnmir. Dras
ttr pnrgatiVfs, by wrnkonlng tl bowels,
eonflrir, rather than rnre, the rll.
Ayer'a tills twtng mild, rffertive, ami
strengthonfnft in tlwir action, are gener
ally rcrommrnded by the faculty as the
bert of aperifnts.
" fTavlng hern snbjert, for years, to
constipation, without bring aMo to nrM
mnrh rolipf, I at last tried Ayer's TUN.
I deem It both a dnty and a phasnre
to testify that I havederlved great belt
efif from their nse. For over tsro years
past 1 hae taken one of trwse pills
every night before retiring. I wonht not
willingly be wtthcmt them." G. W.
Bowman, 96 Bast Main st., Carlhle, Pa.
" T have been raking Ayer's Pills and
nlng them In my family since 1WT, and
cheerfully recommend them to all In
need of a safe, but effeetnal catharttc."
John M. fiogga, liontsville, Ky.
" Por eight years I was afflicted with
conMlpatiow, which at last became so
bad that the doctors could do no more
for me. Then I began to take Ayer'a
1'llla, ami soon the bowels recovered
their natural and reanlar action, so that
now I am in eteellent health." 8. I
Loughhridge, Ilryan, Texas.
" Ilavinir nsed Ayer's Pills, with good
rcnlf, I fiillv Indorse them for the pur
jxwe for whieh they are recommended."
T. Con tiers, 51. V., Centre HrUlge, l'a.
Ayer's Pills,
rnr.rinr.D bt
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
BeM ty all Drsfftttt aad Da)n hi Mteitfee.
Sl'KOlAI, MtTlOn.
pCIIAHTHllSl) BYCOKf.RKSS 18!S.
FltAKlCI.IAT IXSITKAXCIS CO.
OF WAMIISGTOX, D. C.
CAnTAt. and sunrnjs. issstoe. ni
never tonteteil a low by lire, but always
naltea from; t and liberal adjustment. Dr.
iMelel It. Clarke. pre't: Oeorre K. Lemon,
vlee-prrt't; CMrlea 8. liflMlIey.trms si. Pen
whik Tenttf, seo'y. Will 1'. Doteler. ai"t
tee'y. . jn'ASm
J-OTICK TO TAXPAYRHS.
Orrira or tnr. Avin
or the Dmtritt or Cm.tMnn,
Jtisa t, lsw,
A 1IM wilt be eompleteil hy JL'bY t. lsnn.of
all real troterty tvhleh hall then hare be
cowo MiliJevt to taxation for the flrttlm,
im the value a taxed thereon accord In to tho
rnleK for areliiR teal etale. Thb) aaes
merit will include all new trticture and l
dltlomto or Improrcmvntof old tructitrei
which have become taxable tnre htae
ment Thla oltice lnmM lie noMfled of the
rerroval orderttuctlon of any build Inrnlnoe
the lat aMeement. In onler that the same
may lie deducted from the valeatloaaslt now
Standi on the tax ll"t.
t'omplalntii a to raid aieeomenta can only
be heard and determined betwventheTIIIIlfl
ANI1 F1II8T MtlMlAY or.HLY, ltt.
lly onltr of the Uommisplnner, I', t'.
MATTIIKW TKIMBI.R.
JnKk1t Aenr. 11 C.
Kjar-orvicK op cou-Bcrott oftaxbs
- DISTUCT OF IOMMI1IA.
WHtavot. June tl. 1W0.
JtOTlCK. All ownera or keepers of do
In the PUtrict of Columbia are ttereby not!
fled that the yearly tax Imiwwd hyactof
tHmaren on all doan ownel or kept In aald
Platrict will be due and tiayable on Jl't.Y I,
lWtt.
t'lion payment of aald tax, teas will he l
aued aa provldeit In miM act.
lly order of Commhalonera, It. C.
B. O. DAVM,
In,7t Collector of Txe. n.C.
KST-Ti MfORAHY OKFICK OK Tllg
V3a WASIIINOTON LOAN AND TKU8T
COMPANY,
tool r street n.w.
CAPITAL SI.WW).
Thla comimuy latuea eeftlReatee of deposit
bearlna tnlereat at f llowai On ll amoutua
deposited for ninety daya or more, but le
than li month. S per cent, per annum: 11
per eeot. oa depmtlta for more than lx
Boattw, but leaa than a year ami t percent,
on depoaita of one year or loeser.
Secured laveatmesU for sale.
Money loaned .
W. 0. HOIJIMJ.V. See. V. If. WAKNKH, Pre.
DlHEOTOHSi
Charlea P. Ilalley. tioonte P. Siohafer,
Jamea I Harbour, John A. Hamilton,
fteorite R. Harto), Thomas Somerville,
Rkhard W. Clay. John A. Hwope.
Horace ti. UummJngi, .1. tf. Hwormttlt,
J. J. DarlUHttou, llatteraley W.THlbott.
Jiltn Joy KdOB, (leorre Trueadell,
t hsrlea J. Fauikiier. H. H. H'uwr,
Airt F. Fox, A. A. WHioa.
O. C. Oreea. L. I). Wlava,
Wintam HTOarley, W. W. Woodwar.1,
John B. Lamer, Cba. Kea). Wilkinson,
A. 8. Wertbtaatoa.
rjgyj. WILLIAX LK8 "
(successor to Heavy Lee's an),
I'XDRfrTAKBK.
3M PA. AVB. N. W.,
South Side.
Branch Oflice. 4et Varylaad ave. a. w.
DK. WHITE,
CHIROFOUIeT,
1414 rBB. ave.,oppoHe WlUanl' Hotel.
Thoawada from far sad uear vWtt Hr. White
for relief trow and avohtaaee of earaa, bua
kHU. dlaesMd italU and ail other foot
trouble. Hour. a. m. to S p. aa. Sua
dayi.ttoK. EalablUbed last. Fee,l.
jay TUNUtW II BIGHTS.
Tualaw HebihU preaeaU auwe detirabte
feature for actual reekleac tbaa any ub
UItUIoh ia the UUtrict of Coluaabia.
The iBproTeawaU, aow iu progreM, wilt
iaelude all the coaveaieace of city life
Ga, Water, aweraae. Electric Car Service
aad Faveaaeat
Tbe aitBauoe to uurtvaled ut aataral beauty
and ctmaiaad ia all direction uBUHerruBted
view of tbe City of Wakhtntctoa, Xsryiaad
and Vlrxiiiia.
i9 a t. a w.
UAi Utt Hit by
ilTCH. FOX Jt BHOWV.
14S7 . awe.
uXKWttfMUR'tiBWtak. Jt CO.,
bmmovs Jt Hiknr. '
urSiJ Atlaatta aathtiaa-.
alr Aaeat fas WaeUeittoa for
THBwairnga rlbyatok
W IBoatus
TUB BBT BLBVATOK 1ST falB WOIUI.
Over a) have aeea put iato tba beat hudd
tarsia Washiatoa hi tha but two year by
a.
Vbtlui&tK uroaautlT fun.lbed. Alao i
ivr ia Wortauiua Meaas Paatptaa Haouu
i ri. AUo Oeaeral ata. hiiiltt aad Barlaeew.
i larae tuck uf Ingiaaa x J Bolbars. Fuaww
aaal KWvater oa hand
warerui'BU truai 'JWi to liaaeeveeiu aires
aoutavcat
Mi i, VetuMictr la tha oalr hat ,
tiaasaStom sieaufautarer bt tba caty. C
aaa tea her aew ha.w. Meaflhhyt
raailaa Straw ad felt bet aUeredtol
auaataii
lylas. Orders
naflr,
to.
treat a. w.
KJiWUY NOT HAVB TOCK iUJUTS
xzr aaade by uue the nuet lelebrated
eartaw ia Aawrbiiit FrUe auw a thoaa
tlkuaf raui i utter .aarca. F.T. BAXX.WF
at a v
KUlClTlUk.VL.
risju Kustwuuai tataTHVfa.
Xt-tractrim jartaat Uiur:
ia pij lo roar
IJL S&C tai.
l.Ua r lAraat a Mat bur of WaaaUaUCiaau
-alar R a- laajwaju..a U aaaaUaal fAaaalHe
JCTaJ"? a aaaaaaaafjwsaa -eip aaaapweeaas ejaaBBafaaaai
W-V hJHUtoii. 04Mgi.g.tV
HERRQN & RAMIY,
aVgAX E1T-.
.1, SUULU, Wi 1L.1UI
ojaaat lor aw savtaa m
wpb taaaiaetbia tSMasajnS taaaSaa
!-, """aaaca V. a baieaswSarl-
sfPaf JaffawOta MwiaM Bttit- M. jVav9fralsbaC
aaaaagggajiii'iii BaxmamsmBimmt
! CafMSsvV.
m
No u; b lBEt. N t
., i.
flTTP
fyafl '
11
aia A. A. e -sV aV
u
HEIGHTS.
No snth opportnTiity ever offerel as
this.
Partrt prices for building lot.
7.1W0 to 20,000 sonare feet, from
beautifully situated on high ground.
Lots In the Immediate neighborhood
are selling for more than twice the
amount.
Houses soon to be erected all over the
tract.
Don't miss this, but call ami satisfy
yontwlf of the outlook for the city of
Laurel.
Carusi. Evans &. Carusi,
laai r .HTitr.irr n. w.
jna.lm
want mi iiKt.r.
AHttMfrmtnt anrfer Ml erf, tnrttnftrr
itf, SS ern't fir M feeerHen; CO etnt for lArtt.
YI7ANTKD-A WHITE Olltt, FOIt ORN
V eral honeewtirk In a small family,
men, wife and boy 8 years oldi Herman pre
ferred; to the rlarnt party a pleaanthora
and rood wattes assured. Apply at No. tons
O st n w.
WANTBD-HY A GOOD COLOltKD I.AUN
dreos, wahlna; and Ironing to do at
home; reference Riven. Apply 1811 N II av.
AN A11LK ADVKlrTlSINO, IN9UHANCB,
Pafe, Mchtatea-ml or hook Arent,or
Heporter. of ereatlaoTofr fatre, tor literary
work. Large salary. Wrlto London t Hart
fordrnb. Co..N. Y.
WANTKD JIIHOKI.I.ANIIUtJ.S.
Adrthtmnt mltr Ml liHhUfmr Unfovr
Ut, SB tmtt fir mt hiHTNim: 50 ei for tkrtt.
A FEW DB8IHA1ILK UOOM9, WITH
tteam power, irood elevator service and flrsl
clam Jenltonhlp, In tho POST llCiUHNd,
for rent at low rates to flnt-class tenant".
ApHr to STILSON tltTClllNS, 01 lVMt
Itnlldlna, or FRANK MAOU1RE. Superln
tend en I.
I'r.itsoNAt,.
4frtrftMmeNfrttfMfr Ml ht, fmr Hint or
liM, mUft,r em lHrtUmt: JO etntt far IKrtt.
NOW IS TIIK TIMB. WB WILL TAT
"bl aiortey" for gen'.t' drst-olaM aec
on!bml olotblna. Adilrees or call at
JUhTII'S OLD STAND. 018 U It. n. w.
rtllt SAI.K IlOtMIM,
A4nriHmU tmtttr (Ml hnd, fair tinner
ItH, K tmtt for ee iiwr(bw; to ttntier Mrtt.
FOIt HAI.K-A Il.tHOAIN IF OLI) AT
once; a-etnry and basement brick bonne;
r room and bath; all moil imp; situated at
No. 4S I t n w; price tl.sno. teruw one third
cash, balance I, a and 3 year. Apply
loFHANnsntFTV. iai)lFstnw. fefTW
TOIt SALK-1N AI.KXANDHIA. SltOOM
.1? frame lumse. Just finishing; nydranlin
yard: lot ISxllS; snug home; price, f hoo. Ap
ply to KOllEKT J. TIIOMAi Hooia No. , tit
1st hat.
I70II HAI.B-TIIKKK OF TnB CnKAPBHT
,1' house In Washington. 1M, 108 and tM
iithttnc; two-atory and basement, brown
tone trimmings; 7 room and bath; eteotrle
bell and pas: price, JI.NX) each. $600 eath
balaacu to suit or trade for good lot.
nut ur.NT tiousiM.
AilTlUmmt$ tHHftrtlM Kht, fawUimor
Uu, 36 etnli fer eex IamtHm; SO hh(i fer thru.
T?OR ItENT-UNFUHNWHJJD-
miniavos w.lTr J0 69
MIS Mas are. IT re aad stable 'jooeo
tilt K st nw.lt n wo oo
ten Cobb ave, IS w ITS no
Hlh st ex.. IS r ISO (
lMBMstnw.un iseee
UWllsrn w. Mr usee
CiwSd.tBBdlndu?, 7w 1(0)60
10 i(th st a w.ll r W W
lrtrQstBw. iir loosa
imo cksHa tt a w, M rs tcooo
1T4 fataw.it r lee as
TMtststnw. llr weoa
a Lafayette eouore, IS r.
SlSE.t w.Ur S3
liotrbapin at aw, r.... TiW
im Nn, ii n rem
lMttethstaw. Mr SAO)
atatHlllyerllac. Mrs Sftea
1513 o t a w. u n ssee
M NY' are, Mr tS 00
1404 Mougbtou st.tr SB W
14fiMoagbtOBt,trs at CO
isiiHiMriac,r seta
MrtaJdstaw.Sr 58 m
lraoist.T n oo
liMiTtbstu w.t r ises
lSOtttstBW.tr tM
atflfthMBW. Hl ij ST
itaai'st.Tr , sire
lSatiatbMBW.SN 400
auxitthstaw. M w ttoo
lSlTQst.T r , S7S8
uasWalbichst.Sr M
Wflt Tth st a w. ktr aad dwg .'jt
aeosQKBw.are , 11
SsMiahstBw.rr , Sat
5ts31ttbstaw.tr , ,.
liUN Yave. i m S
taut nth stBw.tr lea
ieuasthstBw.tr ii
MtSKIaveaw.Tn as W
uat KMh t a w, f r aM
last m t a w. t r ia
1S54 ti at a w. S r tf GO
tatiaiatstBw.tr
Tba above bouse eaa be etaawaad by par
Brit froa our tisSce oaly
THOMAS J. FtSHBft Jt CO..
mt F t. a. w.
TOK 1UNT TWO BKAND NBW SIX
X rooaa fcaaae huaa, bbrb aati aryhssa
ttoe; aear sbmebes aad paatts tcaool fa
rasoatowa. lauatoa of A. KhRBKD, tl
ata w
I'OK K1BNT KOIlMsi
ejaaratiaaaeatf aasr tei Aaae. aasv aiaef er
tats. t amti ttr ax kiirfsna; Mraouyar tisw.
11 AXIWOalK Ft'atMUHBD BUOJial, fit
1 1 suite or susuW. at the Buoabsahaat, tat
th UK, overlook! iu ItcFbersoa auaare.
Cfedce table.
Ioa KaJMT-TWO FdUHSasO BOOMS.
1? suitable fur gentlemen. Ko. tat M st a w.
I'Ul'kTKV KKAL KsiTATK.
7OKirK-AlUAT 17 ACaUW OX iiJ ST
I se ealeuded. ua the liae uf the Kt tlajf
tua and iH-ldic-r.' Uuiuo kUiiry. beM a nan
-.1 the estate .! the late Chief J jolice i'h.o.
ow cJlod"Ed)Wixxl." ;.Kd opportii jUj
ivr uiTeMor. ror iMriu.uiAr.ance, eii
inuiire.if tHAHlK hKWV ttTtsotu w
-a i agga gg-ei -- - !-e
l'tK MLK-NI'KLLAKOU.
iass at floats fef eAe taasralav.' S0 ceot Jbs tarsa.
nMiai.saia-- srv-waciax stab. h-UsCS.
I aUsat rasdlat. I BKbal. aheolutoly aar
ttt-t conaltioa. Aadressoraeply aatAette,
Hes KY T4 LUAX.
OSiBYTOUUhOSi hUBAi. BaTATB CtSt
btm vtaas aecerttiee at iove rate us
:et. Ko aeUy vbere sewajrttr k tfjosl
BaBBaaaaBaBsaasBatesMPBai
OKKY TO LtUV OS UjOa CCatITT.
ts m t. i ave.
"ll III I IPWpMWWSg
jY. m all aCtta,
to LOAii oil Bjtax. rrTS cibitt.
AT s 4Sa FCJa cSt.
tl a. FAsutsa,
imju.
MOaitY ta LOA
I Bum tojiui
iBfttar
. Jaraalbs la all pru oTtba ulti . LUe
and Fiej"Utuaoe. Coruar atb aaa Fstt
1 thurjzad Slaa Catted taci
facoBi-e sad Traat
aat ujaaxasajr oi i
af oa naciovea
to "4 oer caoS. of
waavosce
Itsbuutut
bat value, antS or wiiUoui lUa tnaoroaca
IXia pTa.o.e i BioaiDiy or UATKriy u
i unci mi or ouarterlr
ts.A n-ciito. ruuuiu 5. ia. 15 jt yaa; la
d--l T 'l - . b 'he L.yU)ttUls urti luad LBAll
ggJgSJfc I
LO&i BIU-
tt.. -.. d.ftkuM T 8 aotlTttA bON.
AlCTIHN 'SILK'S
rpIHiMAS DOWLINO. An.-timicer
!vfym
lry vrrtne of a
Jaia.A 0.1SFT,
ISBR, foi ttn, et tw
ital iteed of trwt dated
ilnie rectMeil m imer o
co irtieot the laml record
for the IMttrfrt of t olnmhia, and at the writ
ten trancM of the party scenred thereby, sre
fjllofrer rcate In rrrmt of the rS1Mc oa
TtWriAT, TtlB F1WIT DAT OF .MLY, A. D.
law, at 5 o'ck clt p. m . the folloSrimtdescrlhut
pmrerty, sitnate in (tie city of Wahtnsion.
Ptefrtct of CnlnmMa to srlt- TV north
tsrvtityone ft three fnrhc front by the
jleptn of lot nmfitter sixteen in mptare nam
nerw fifty fotrr. Imy roved hy two story frame
dsreltriw-mmiie.Jrc.
Terths of ale: oer half cah, balance In
one and two year, with httcreal at the rate
of prr cwtnmjavitbre tend aftnnaltr, and
seared hy a deed rrt trnst on mi .petty eotd,
or all eh at purchaser- ofwion. StflOfle
posit at time of ale. All conreyanclnt a4
recortleeat perehacT,s cost Term tone
complied utth hi ice day or faerfnperty
will be reanM at the risk and cot of defaett
Ipg rnrcjiasrr.
tttomah .i i rrrRf.i Tntee.
cor. r ave. and tflth st.
WALTKSO Dtt'KBTT.Tmnee.
Cr Fa. are and s1 t
jn.18.Ut
I'ttOt'tlSAI.t.
13iwroAM fok acrrLtaa -DBrAitr
J. ment ot .lntlce, Waeblnrton, I). C,
fnne aa, 19P0 nmted propneals forfurBlsh
Ing the Detatriment of .faetlce wtth the ueeus
aty rapplle of the followlna; aftfe es,
namaly, feet, h-e, stationery, washing towels,
mlseeflnBetm. for It naedmlng iMtwii!
year ending 4nu JO, Ml. will he received
until H oVteck m. MON DAY. jrt.T 7. lit, t
theofflee of the Chief Clerk and Superin
tendent of the bnlldlng. The right to walre
defect and to rejei t any or alt bid I re
served. Blank form and Informa'toe will
aerrea. nianx rorm ann inrorma'toit will
re fnrnltheil on application W. It. It.
Mlt.l.RIt, Attorney Ovneral.
Jnt,tw
rtllt 8AI.R AMI Itn.NT.
T) KAL B8TATK IlULLKTtN
THOMAS K. WAHnAMAN.tlTF street.
Chenres made Wedneeilsrs and Aitanlays.
2-STOItY BRICK AND FrtAMK HOUSES FOD
fiAI.B.
Isll D t n w, f h. r SSjwo
SSJtotrtn w, f h. Sr MW
HiaXHht n w, bh, 9 rs S.0nn
tostotll IloAr alley n w,bh. 1 r J,0
1917 Rnd 1919 Mallon st n w, f h. I r,
andthh rear 4Mt)
SSI toMtandstn w. bh. Br 4.T"!
4tS N st n w, f h, 8 r. and a boa rear I.PUD
aistoatctsih M ami Ky are, bet SO
ave and II st e 4.PO0
SOLstnw, b h, 7r .Vl
SKWNftnw.bh.7r iwro
SOasthst e, bh. 6 r SAK)
515 llth't e,bh,S r a.mt
471. st n w, bh, m l.sr aoo
lsiiethstn w, f h, 4rs aoo
lSlSnnd two lAwrcnce st n w. fh.tr.. . S,noo
11 K stne.fh.6r l.Nl
4IS I st w.bh.5 r 1.110
tosiethstse, fh, r IO)
istsan 1117 R sto, f It, Srsetiah l.am
7 Hope are e. b h, I rs HOD
DNiMrnoVBD rrtorBRTY roit halb.
Per fmit.
Fart lot 5. K t. bet lSthand Itth tsn w UJSO
Lst, bet 11th and 1Sthtnw son
)I.letl5thamt1Sthlsnw a 75
loth st. bet M and Ntn w 1 7t
atthsl. let Laml Mst nw 1M
Mist, bet Canal nnd Cst n w 1 on
Mass are. bet Del ave and lststa e 1 00
O st, bet 1st and ad st n w 86
nst.betSdaml 3d n o AS
S wcorSd and Lstn c 50
HOUSES FOIt ItENT.
Per month.
stattb t ne 8 r tats"
lit and HMO st ne 6r sn m
sni isthst w. Rr is no
IS Wittiest n e.7 r 17 en
iereustnw.tr . 1
Alley bet A and II, 3d nnd Ith t a e,
I r ISM
11 Corcoran How n w, I r la W
951 Florida are nw.tr 9 0)
1 31 Essex outt n w, t ra 8 no
Hear if It XI st n w. 5 rs 6 59
hTOHBN. OFFICBS. ETC.
Hall. 2d Door, 419 irthst n w 01
915 V st n w, Sd Hoor. a Iront room le 00
157lh st n w. rooms 4po
Sir and drrglioa Gstno.tr KB SU
Mr and dwg 9IS O st w, Sra 30 N
VtranddwglSSl Sid ave ne, 8 r CM
WranddwgSasKstne, 7 rs SOW
lore 4( Mas avu n w anew
sis.thrl n w. room4and 5 is CO
Mranddwgttlhand Doundarynw.lr It no
storeroom 4t1 L st a e N oo
Shop rear l0 O t n w 5 00
LOANS.
In sum to salt at 6 per seat.
The above U only a portion of the property
oa my hooks. For full list call at otuse for
bulletin, lined on tbe lst and 15th.
UNTHBCBHRNTBI) ATTRACTION!
OVEH A MILLION DIsTMHUTKD.
La. S. L
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY CO.
Incorporated by the Legislature for educa
tional and charitable norpoMH, and It troa
t'ldsemadeapart of the preeent stale Una
stllutloa.lBltTa, hyaa uvkbwhkuiim roru-
IJkR tOTE.
IU OKAN'D BXTKAOKIHNAKV DRAW
INllS take place Sesai Anauallr tJaae aad
,cvm..vri, sow , ,inn., t,nii, .-wi-
HEK IIBAWIMW take move hteaobof the
other ten moath in the year, and are all
drawn is public, at the Academy of Mussa,
New Orleans, La.
"We do hereby certify that we sutwrrUe
the arrangements for nil tbe Monthly and
?eml Annual Drawing of tbe LouWlaaa atale
Lottery Co.. aad In persoe asoaam aad eua
trol tbe drawtoir thesaselve. aad that tbe
saase are eoaducUd with butiealy, latrae
atxl la good faith toward all uartie. and we
authorise the oosBpany to use thla eertittcote,
with foe sisal! of our sigaAlure attaebed,
la Its AdreHtseaieata."
fcf tc
Cuiuiulsslener.
We tbe uadershrucd bouW aad bankers
will pay oil prtMM drawn in the Louiiaua
Mate Lutterie hicb Buy be htm silted at
oarcuaater:
K. M. WALMtd BY. Fres't La. Nat. Beak.
F. LANAIX, Free't Mate Nat. Baak.
A. BALDWIN, Free't N O. Net Haak.
CABL KOHX. Free't Cuiua Not Baak
6KAMD MONTHLY DBAWtksfi
will take uUce
AT THB AfiDBMroF MCitC.
XBW OaLKANsL
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INjsatTWkau at t; Halre. fit;
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apualao
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at PBizaaoF
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Sa PtJXBtOr
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h) Prii o $3uv om
luwFrUMof SaVore
UuPttscauf mM -
iaii. raus.
daBFrtavsuf $wo.
jsaptiunot uaora
S.IM ItUes an.ousliati to
ioaf S WAlrTJJBV)aYWIIBf.
P0T Foa ttca Bevaa or aar I urtaar Utora
ti. i -jj ,. Lggau. (o tan umOaniasu
f'irir't tfafiwrnf isijjsam. t .ifir
Coaaty fltssat aat ateeuaaca taabl'at
tara atssaaUvery wttl ee aasaro aTjoar
UAHBaaaaaeaT aVB. iaasTaWl I IMi tsaeAjriaaif 9alUT latiz aeaaW
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lalFOaTfisJT.
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Hear iirtaim. In
Maaasi Wisiatiwd Letter uoataJsuac Cvu
taacrto
SSV OsUAA NATlOaJAJ, BANK.
ew OrUaws. La.
BA&ioflHWaaf, o tba tfL'kt 4.
sbss)3 hf tba FvtJdtut ot as latt(.tm.
waoav' uaacteccd rutbts ate mcoaaUod m tuc
Mghaat ' oort Tbecef urc. be ) ut i Hosi
totkau or aaoayoiotu stbeae
hKMBKllit the STPkUlaB ..Oi-ltl-oftK
riUtfD T ATBi has decided thi'
the LuuMaaa Mau- U-ati Co. bw. ci!
TstAtT wSh the state of Louiiaa4 wbl-jti
dob w wnaxvsm JAU4T 1,
a3
11
tal prize - - mm
tsaarur,
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U&t OF FttUIBS.
Wjk1
uv,ew u aawaai
WStal is ajj(iQ
aunt to Mt
tajueare Sjeji
sjawaM fijat
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tuMtaius. oy uausa.
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Cliy .:
FOB SALE!
HOUSES.
IWWWrJJ Ml IWfllWro llftfTOVtaWMaXR$ ftlttisitO
cWWW fltfWttj hBTrlW 0 MB D 88
47 rrtee, &.(.
-(Hry frame hvme,wfth hwie lot; situai o
on Sltb stTSsat, between It snn C es.
an Price, 3,000
8-story hrtck hoaee, containing; 9 rooms
and bath; site of lot, 18i78; sltnate on U
street sw.
4 Prtee, ,000.
9-story nnd back bnltdlna; hrtck direlllnr,
containlns; 10 rrmmet all nwdem Imprnvi
mente; sltnate oe eereer af Xtsth and ' '
streets sw.
4S I'rice, a.finn,
S-story HrteK hoi, f rooao and h'
sltnate on I. street, between Jforth oapli' 1
ami First streets nw,
4W Trice, ..
It-story brick lwme, contalnlna It room
all modern Imprtrremente; slttiare No ',' t
K street nw.
418 rrloe, to.SOi
9t-story brick house, 1(1 rootaa; else f I ' .
SRxlS; tltaalo No. 1488 N tt. aw.
961 rrtea, $10,000
3-story ami tttsement; brteit house. 1
rooms ami laath: Minnie on New Btaenpshirfi
avenue, bet. Laml M sta. nir.
460 rrtea, ,.W
3-story 0-rootn brick house; sltnate n
ncvclsmt ave., bet. 18th and lBtb, W anl
Boundary.
4( Price, $1,000
3-story 6-rootn brkk hxmte, em Wsi'a. h
Hsco.
4St rrtee, 4,X
9-story it-roora brisk betssa; situate on
Wallacb l'lace.
449 rrtee, Mo0,
3-story Ulk house, contatalwt: 11 rootr 1
and tmtli; ami all modern Impwremc '
situate No. lJO 0 st. n. w
4R0 rrtee, $15,Wv
Improved property on tbe north side t
(i at., wide front.
144 rrtee, l&vnnn
A large stable projienetk'n a desfrabU !o
cation; now under leaee-O good ut rr ,
paving t) percent.
817 rrtee, t.V0.
4()4 Frame dwclllnc, Orant are., Mui
Pleasant. Price, $7,000.
4l0 Four alley house, etmtalnlr.,- 4
room; each rent for $13 per moath. Pi ; ",
$fi,00.
4S 8-room frame houte, lot 90s 73, on Ij
si.se. Price, $11,000.
497 S-story ami cellar brick bouse, J
rooms and lth; situate oe Cotuim 'a
IlelRhU. Price, $10,000.
llonsea nt rnlla Chnrch, Yn.
A new eottige, situate only 3 minutes'
walk from Fall Church stations. W. A O.
It. K., Vs., eoBtalnlBt; 6 roooss, bath, pan
try, atHl trunk room; size of lot, 110x150
feet. Price. $,Wa Terras ey.
ALSO A new cottage, situate only 5
minute' walk from Falls Church station,
W. ,t U. It. It., Va., containing;, parlor,
dlnlngroom, kitchen, 4 bedrooms, bath,
servanU' roots and attic. Price, 3,500.
Terra easy.
Tucunt flroiiuil Northeast hikI NoiiIIi
rust.
All ef souare UW , 3.1c
" " lQi.... 3ftc
" " South IfAK Ac
" " " law Mc
" " lew two
lialfot 1111 3:tc
4 lot WwJ 30c
' o TtsM.
3 1AM u.
1 " " ll7...e.a....e.e.....ae 20
5 JdW......e a..M. ,. 3-C
J 17.. , e... 37i(J
4 M MX .M.,..Ms.M 4&J
a IS7ffat(eee aaaeeeeeatt V
lWlsfSSSSSSttHtttH)l JW3
1 Isaaati "A
eTsgar? ease aaa aaaaiaMaeaaeaaaasesa lviBJ"
8 is iraj V
At'Oseettsssseeeeeeesta "Jw
11 " " la7.. ..., . 60c
5 " fiW...,.... Wc
la ' H leas) to,
( ttaj,.,.....,, .,, mm,m..i. ttC
House la Alexandria, Va,
3-story prick awetMee, 13 reaoM, with
oatee aaaex sad tarfw side bsit; situate on
cor. luke tad St. Asspb sU.; lot 7bi-'J.
$6.M)0.
S-story aad bock buibtiax dwellinc. r -r
tsJulegli rooias aad bti, lot 70tW. .t
ule No. lilt Prlac st,
wa Prtae, J00,
i-itorj aad bock buththtg brick hoasc,
ceateiaiag 53 rooaftt: attitate aa southeast
ear. Prtacs tad Patrick U.
4a Prtee, $3,VX)
4 story brick dwell batwa, built la ri:o
asast stibetsatial as near, caaiaialag M
rooiasi site of lot KSilll.
t Price, $4,50).
9-story sad back tatttsaas; hrkk boust-,
roatataiag S ioubii, istaita am Caimmias
St.. Bear Frtac.
ial Price, ia,40l.
4a 3-etory hrkk dwel&ftf aause, .ou
tajadaf 1 rooao aad all asadera latprove
ssaata; lorsx tUe yoai; silaata oa .or.
Waablsfftoa aaat Caaaroa tU., eetHkii'e
OI Cariet Cbarta, AlMaaaiita, V. Tht
l tba bast sttuotioa ia Alex&aatrU. PriN e,
IMW. Terae Oea-taird cash, baisue
oaa sad two ycoas.
WHOLE SQUARES
ROSSLYN.
Ci.y.
FRUICIS HUFTT
Bail Kstfita Broker,
UtU bUCl, WaaJsitsaltMi U, C 1

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