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THE DAILY CRITU', S.VTfllDAT EVENING, JULY '1 i, IS)).
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SUPPRESSION OF LOCAL ADVERTISING.
Jndpe Bingham Agates Rwiprwily-
Mitchell's Jng-BtftMrft RloliffB.
Harrim May Art.
The Penate troday agrswl lo a riso
lutinn requesting UtePresHlfetit to trans
mit to tho Senate (he corroerwmlence
touching the efforts matin by the Gov
ernment to obtain a moillfrcntton or re
peal of tbe decree of the French Gov
ernment prohibiting tho Importation
Into France of American pork and kin
dred American products.
Tbe Senate returned consideration of
the Tariff bill.
IN THE nOt'ETJ.
In the Ilonse Mr. JtcKinley, from the
Committee on Rules, roported n resolu
tion directing tho Speaker to appoint ft
ccmmlttce of fivb, members to Investi
gate the charges brought against Fan
slon Commissioner Katun by Uepre
fentatlvc Cooper of Indiana. Adopted.
The Investigation Is to bo limited to tho
charges of selling stock In tbo refrige
rator to clerks In tho Tension Office,
and then promoting tbo clerks so pur
chasing, and to tliofo In which- Cap
tain Lemon Is Involved as indorsing
Unum's notes to the extent of 123,000
for favors received.
The House, thbn went into Committco
of the "Whole, with. Mr. Burrows in tho
chnlr. on tho Senate amendments to
tho Sundry Civil Appropriation bill.
SIcsets. Wilson of Washington and
Herrmann of Oregon supported tho
Scnato amendment in regard to the
Irrigation of arid lands.
Opposed to tho Trnnsfer,
Mr Quay presented to the Senate to
day resolutions of tho Pennsylvania
Commissioners of Fisheries against tho
transfer of tbo United States Fish Com
mission to the Department of Agri
culture. Opposed to lUclproc.lty.
Representative Bingham of Penn
sylvania says of tho lllalnc reciprocity
'I do not think any tlmo ought to bo
wasted now In discussing reciprocity.
I don't believe In It, anyhow. TheTarlit
bill should bo passed now as quickly as
Advertising: Lotteries In the District,
Jlr. Moore of Now Hampshire to
day made a special report recommend
ing the passage of the bill prohibiting
tbo advertising of lottorlfts In the Dis
trict. Among othor things bo says:
"Gambling has become one of tbe
most pestilential vices in tho District.
"Of the forms of gambling the lot
tery Is ono of tbo most common. It la
estimated that $1, '.230,000 arc contributed
to the Louisiana Lottery by tho people
of this District, while tho return Is In
consequential. "The evil is groatiy promoted by tbe
extended advertising of the lottery in
tbo local press, which enters tho homes
of nearly all tbe people of tbo District.
"Nearly all of tbo States bavo not
only made lotteries unlawful, but they
lmvo made tho advertising of lotteries
The Aqtl-Lottery Hill.
General Bingham, chairman of tbo
House Committee on Postofllces and
Post Koads, says that he Intends to
push his drastic anti-lottery bill
through at this session If posIblo. Tbe
President will send in n moeease favor
ing it based on data furnished by Postmaster-General
A 2Ieage or Itesolntlon.
Secretary Wlndom Is engaged in
getting up statistic ami preparing a
statement for tbe President relating to
sugar. This much Is known. Tbe ex
act nature of the statement Is not
known, nor tbe use wbieh Is intended
to be made of It. It Is intimated, how
ever, that it Is to form tbe basis of a
rxeccagc to Congress, urging the adop
tion of Jlr. Ulalne's views, or else to
back up a new resolution In relation to
reciprocity to be framed at the White
House for the Finance Committee.
The President sent to the Senate to
day the following noniiuatlosw: To tw
31arbals of tbe United Spates Adams
T. Pieree of Now Hampshire, for the
district of New Hampshire; Howry F
Strong of Coaneatlcut, to 'he district
Mr. Mitchell offered a concurrent res
UulkMt, wbieb was referred to the eow
raitiee oa Finance, stating that the
Vailed States would approve any recip
rocal airaagesneat, by treaty or ottier
wiw, batwaes Uie Gbverstneat of the
UafcVMl States ami Use goveraweata of
aay other American nation, wbawby
tk aatttral aatl aaasufaetiued products
of this country of all kind siuill be ad
Bttttttl Urn of doty or tax. But the
tttoluiion tteetarei it Is act the sease of
tki Ualunl Stntas that is aay suck
uealv foreign wool or hides abould be
acWitatl f ras Into tats eouatry. Tba
Pi said eat is rammles! to laava Uum ar
tiste out of aay suck treaty lata wWek
HOfS SO IXttOOSKT AS IT LOOKS.
tub sw unwtT iiu nanoBsxasp x
x uawwtm MmAmtm.
Jwi Walter L Itayas of Lxco, a
aBsvbBBBBwHsVajB sssmsjBmBmBmBmBmj sb V nmasasBmnmBw
aasl JtaairMads of lb Mom, comwant
sateen thf bill to ftm UsaVwyasast
ausMawsaW to Cwtie aatar to-day:
"la Nwmat aiwatwaUy to ostites bp
tbjt Btriaw of actio ott law lottaf t
MBa, t)a Cotiwnltttw (M PoatoiaVew aadi
BoaVassaH jestatday woraJjag took uj
Tkta riTsMrtrn inil cooaktored It in aaai-
h so nataaauaea la tae noaii satw
vBaA sav Ant'vajsatisBj " s p -
tS BMMMi 1
mtt tut tkajM Ksao Jttat or prafaT
twatateaakw. evtn refBafaat to call tot
sai oosBtotM baatamii
the (jwasilny. sjsd m tkto ws ty y
i au, 9M pm satatwi'innn at ,
1 Ut QW InOattMMBS) (NMI
lak aad meet aaaa nsw kr
warn skMoaj or uaoof Urn i ninniliaii
aaiBBHS ap T
immw m mm m aw
tm mmemm ma ooamm tMitiMi-
&9 W)W W1
i.nr.ii ttrr3 ut alt wn ms m
kkTaaaS mSS aaataatkTVai K
bxiBiii torvard ill ;o(U
rrfd ard ill dlcp'f'd lcg"liitl of
which wc hivve hnd nrorc thsn a Mtfli
clency under the abortion called rules
in this Congress. In my judgment this
Mil, ngnta t be faronhiy reportetkl
a ama$rotts one. and one that a B
ptople cannot afford to tolerate or pS;
that it tends toward centralization and
e.!ves public officials a power of espfcm
age, and even condemnation, without
hmlrtp, and the establishment of eullt
wunoni even a heaunt, but oy reason
of acts of others unauthorised and
unknown, and trarntentba re Wpto
for trial to distant prlof lie ciWhtry
in other cutts
"It swms verr InnfleWK frwl' when
pointed at a lottery very eommemlaWe,
trtit It gives powers that are dangerous,
ami that may, for political or other rea
sons, be used Improperly and for en
tirely different purposes than appear at
first blmb. It looks to me very much
like a political scheme to obtain great
and dangerous power for the Postmaster-General
under cover of the preju
dice that exists against lotteries "
A l'ecallnn tme ,
A very (restitute woman was found
last night according to the reports of a
morning paper and her name was
Epsie Davis. "Just what there Is at
the bottom of the report Is hard to tell,"
mM Sanitary O nicer Frank. Mrs. Ma
Farhml made the statement that Mrs.
Davis, with her fourj oblldran, were
actually suffering for food and Iter.
Walter II. Brooks verifies It. The
husband of Mrs. Davis, however, comes
and declares that ho works all along
and supports bts family. Special
Officer Wilson of tbe Humane Society
lifls been detailed to investigate,
VFnnt More Fire I'lnc.
Chief Prtnls of tbe Fire Department
bos recommended to tbe Commissioners
that n water main bo laid on Eighth
street extended, between Florida ave
nue and Grant avenue northwest, and
as most of tho houses in that part of tho
city arc frame, and aro unprotected in
case of fire, he further recommends that
lire plugs be placed on the corner of
Grant avenue and Eighth street, and
midway between Florida nvenue and
Eighth street extended.
Itepretentntlve l'lorroSerlounly Injured
Dhesden, Tbhii., July 20. Illcc A.
Pierce, Representative from the Ninth
Congressional District of Tennessee,
felt off the platform of a moving train
at the station here Thursday night and
received serious and probably filial in
juries. He foil across the rail on n
side track and bis right aim, side and
leg arc paralyzed. He was a camltdato
The attractions for tho coming week
nt the Globo Theatre will Includo an
exhibition by the "Unknown," an East
cm magician who works entirely with
out apparatus and introduces mind
leading, mesmerism, hypnotism and
ventriloquism and wonderful experi
ments of psychologic forces. The
theatre Is under the efficient manage
ment of Harry Woods.
Colored LMncators la Council.
An educational mass-meeting was
held at tho Vlrglnla-nvcnuo church
last night by the Colored National Uni
versity. Rev. Dr. Laws presided, and
addresses woro made by Rev. William
Gray, II. D. Robinson, Professor A. W.
Puller. J. W. Urandon, Joseph Man
nlng, R. A. Armstcad and William II.
A I'romlncDt Oaniocrat; Doail.
CeLipinvB. bo Jiijy 20, Yostertlsy
ofterncton (loorgct Meeker, secretary of
the Ohio State Dcniocratlc executive
committee, died at Marysvlllc. Tbe le
ceased was formerly mayor of Colum
bus. Ho was for many years connected
with the Ohio press, and wastbeautbor
of several literary and biographical
The Twin Cltln to lie Hecounteil.
Secretary Noblo this afternoon, act
ing upon the recommendation of Su
perintendent Porter, directed a recount
of the population of St. Paul and Min
neapolis. Tbe recount will be made as
soon as possible, and it is believed will
consume a week.
Wild, Western titorm,
Cahson, Nkv., July 20. A terrific
thunder storm is reported from Jack's
Valley. Rocks were upheaved, sand
thrown 100 feet in the air, and trees
torn up. Two Piute Indians and sev
eral animals are reported to have been
l'reieutcd With a Uune.
Lawyer John A. Mom was presented
with a cane this afternoon, suitably In
scribed by the members of the police
foree for his defense of Officer Dean,
before tbe Poliee Court, recently.
IllEhts ur the Colored mother.
Film tXt ChaituUm .VhmoaJ VourUr,
It is somewhat difficult, W say the
least, lo reconcile tbe zeal of the Re
publican leaders to secure to colored
men In tbe South the right to vote,
with tbe iodlffereace of tbe same
leaders to the right of the colored uua
is tbe whole country to enjoy a fair
t share of tbe offices under a Republi
can admialstrattoa of the Government.
A Foree bill to force tbe President to
i appoint a respectable number oi colored
' llaauUlun, ,i ,iiAnABlJL)a AAAiltuU Ik,
the North would appear to be la order.
lilalne and tbe Hbcut Uutlee.
trout tKt L'Ucauo f ilium iUiti.).
Will tbe Seaale Ueiea to Mr. iUaioe.
or will it sis deliberately agoiaet ta
light and coaantit, with sugar, aa error
three limes greater tbaa it tiki with
co&ee, or will it provide tkat eoaees
siow akaU be wade oajy to tkaw who
concede something k retara, aad de
clare tkat if tbe taarkets of tkU country
are thrown wide opes to the Lwia
American States tbey must open tkeir
doors ia return? Tbey asuat do uato
others as tbey would like to kav
others do unto tkeaa.
Bo yew know tbe best beer for you to
drsrikf I hUI toll yest ttobti mm
Tke iiaid Ltal liar Mate TiUJw.
A MaiM mm has paid kin taxes this
year by ttinbag avay ssgkt cows'
bunds bate tke State iNaaury- About
the oaJy way a Mieckuatu uMtreas
escape payiig kkt taxes itt bard atoatty
uow k by workiagoai tke towa xoadf or
tdtekiatr saak aaif colioctiaif tke ioiiar
bousty offered for eack J Umr tails
Hay KiUeCwjMai at vm.
uu tad aJtar ausday, iniy . taa Uim
sow toaviag mj Bldia tor Wsaaiwrton u
v. w. Jiuidj wlH Wave ht w at
e Jtt p. m
aUsaaatfaf asat Sk HananAkaVaMana
wflpsat 9 aTwanJspsspttf waawsawp
Tke adtBtain ration of tkw Fwntosi
JBiMtasat nsUi boi ha viftdtoalsti b
lastoT CkmSmBEe. S
i f bw amy rcoid aw Jte
Uutol CoafHai Tkal
luratd o kf koroiik
ik anil kg
mmi baosr ana- aai haa sal WW at
aaUkbi1 IflB tasTioilofilit IlMaatrt
Vtciuu t bwet.
DOGS OF WAR.
laiNSWS OFSALYAflOR-S TKIWtf
fltlR WATlJlltA onmRHii. '
A Iteirent of Twelve .it I In An ln-
raene Amnnnt nt Itmity Unptttrnl.
Klenrncnn Tenders AsshtAnee.
Nbit Tore, Jtilr . A srWCial
the JtVrwM dttfd luaternala City via
ih xlc, Jury al-snys: The Guatemalan
artilltTy Unmt XHitral Cnyetano San
cher, with W0 men, ami the Infantry,
under General Manuel Agnllar, to the
number of 9,000 men, mode an attack
on the forces of Salvador about thirty
mlttt from the San Miguel boundary,
on the morning of July 28, ami dmve
them back Into their own territory with
Ions on both sides of about 400 men.
Salvador lost one gatllng gun ami one
fltltl piece of artillery.
T3w e& teml's standards were
triumphantly bom off by the Salvador
troops. Guatemala's los was by far
the most severe, less than 130 men
being killed on tbe side of Salvador.
The fight took olace on the morning
after the parley, under the Dag of truce
on the boundary, the two contending
patties having been unable to come to
any amicable understanding.
TUB DEFEAT OF THE SALVAlXmiANS
was apparently only a ruse on their
part, for two hours afterward tbo Sal
vndorlans were reinforced with troop?
under General Hernandez, nicknamed
"El Gato" (tho car), who fiercely at
tacked tho Guatemalan array, surpris
ing them and forcing them to bent a
hssty retreat, with severe loss of men,
arms and ammunition. The re
treat was for over twelve
miles before a halt was called,
and now the Salvador troops arc on
camped oaGuatomalan soil within half
a mile from the high road leading to
Salvador from Guatemala's capital.
Nicaragua has lust sent offers of assist
ance to Salvador of both money and
troops. The latter offer has been ac
cepted, and a comblnctl effort on the
Suit of these two countries against
uatcmala to stifle her pretensions
may lead to a long and bloody wr In
Yesterday the Salvmlorlan genoral,
W. E7ctn, brother of President Ezeta,
DEt BATED Tlin (H'ATKMAt.ANS
again at Atcxcatcmpo Chtngo, In Gua
temala, twenty leagues from tbo fron
tier, obliging tho Guatemalans to
abandon their fortifications nt Coco.
The Salvadorlans endured an Immense
amount of booty, Including correspond
ence between Guatemalan generals and
A revolutionary movement Is afoot In
Guatemala, and tho constitutional re
gime has been practically suspended
throughout the Republic. The national
palace here, as well as President Baril
las' rcsldcnco, has been placed under
stilct military guard, and martial law
prevails throughout tbe Itepubllc.
Tbo Guatemalan' army Is demoralized
and disorganized. Mobs arc in com
plctc possession of the suburbs of tbo
capital, and tho foreign colonies me
organizing a police force for the pro
tection of the city. No telegrams are
permitted to leavo Gautcinala unless
tbey bear the government stamp that
tbey have passed through the bands of
a censor. I got this through by the
connivance of a telegraph operator.
I'l-ESTY OF ItlFLKS IN OCATgMALA.
San FiiANcisco, July 20. Tho stoam
ship San Jose of tho P&clOjc Mall Cpm
pany -' arrived -from Panama lost nlbbt.:
Ca)ita!nRuitolof tbattveasel spent'tbo
greater parr' of the last sbc, month la
Guatemala ' City. Difring that
tlmo Immense quantities of rifles,
guns, and ammunition have been
shipped into that place from England,
France and the United States. Ho
says that thcro are enough rifles in the
country now to arm 100,000 men.
There is no disciplined army in Guate
mala and In war times the oillclals bavo
to send out and catch recruits.
PIG AND COW IN FELLOWSHIP.
I'latonlo Love or a Little 1'orker aud
A peculiar case of brute attachment
came under tbe notice of Mlse Freddie
Lehman not long since, says tbe Albany
A little stray pig about as big as a bar
of soap, that bad become lost from bis
mother, took up with one of Miss Leh
man's milch cows, ami the cow and the
pig became wonderfully attached to each
The pig sucked tbe cow as If she
were its own mother, and the cow
fondled the pig as if it were her own
Neither could be sciwrated from tbe
other, and they seemed perfectly mis
erable when apart tor only a few mo
meals. The litje pjg foraged fortheeow,
aud would often slip in the stable
where the horses were feeding, aad,
stealing their provender, carry it out to
its adopted mother, awl the cow would
save any morsel It knew tbe pig would
like, aud ?arry it to her little fester
Tbe two for wed tbeawehes into a
sccitty for mutual protection ami ag
giaudizeneat, aad tbey prospered and
grew fat ia lbir bapaiaati.
But a dark day eaaae. Mr. Plggie
grew up and get fat, aad Mite Lakauw
sold it to tbe Uuickar. Tb eow Im
mediately began to piae, aad lost be
appetite. Aad tbe cow still ooatiauM
to Bioura ber loss, aad her eyes wear a
peculiar aad pathetic e press! oa.
ItajouUoow tbe beat ber lor you to
drink? I will tell )ou-Kokn Portaer
. - --
J-iium tk CHttm rVisutf t).
Tbe Western famars. studying over
tbe itcKiaity bill ia their intervals of
toil, have bees) unable to aw tkat it
do anything for tketm. In tke Ian
guage of Mr. Blaine: There is not a
section or line in tbe entire bill tkat will
onoH a BBaWJamdt fOsT aUsUAsnVAsT Lbl Q
wheat another barrel of pork. Tbe
farmers can aae bow urtasn ootaaaraat
special interest! will be helped, and
more money he given to those who
have nauck already, but they do not see
that they aw to sell mote, get more for
what tkey sell, or pay lies for what tbey
&They were lndlaed at ins to
tbey wight get snore for tkek
woo), but they see Us price does not go
up a cenjer in spite of tke headway
the jteXSaier biUkai nueV iRtk a
prospect of kigber dusks, their wool
leUs tor sVui casus poentl was khan
tsmst Aaea mm.
'm M &uia i uu I'm
Tkutf is troubk deep aad heartfelt in
tke Jonw family of sixteen of Wltkee-
bene. Pa. The Jones faiaUy of sta-
teea of VUbegewie. Pa., ue couabw d
RWy jl aleebMr of flu rk net
ana wses aenry waxea ricn inty
m iinseHniT nrresitnsinnn km fact.
kas k sew then be to reported to
said 'I u not a woeten hater, bet
f shall dte a Hftirw aad I will
euttesV' ski there bj, aflaosv ut
oktm flenaakjr'l W Of ao
Be' aJSBnSTBBSSi spst, bal
nsePr K-ftt's Cattnb ksiaedy.
I mawied nns Vied.
l fflsn. as, ft.
Btrnorns. "f " KTinon to ais t I- Sn)
JroMii MKKT.-On JjTt !.
the rnrrntp of the fnjctl M 1 jy??,' Si.
thelfev tr i Brown. 1. It Sorris to tills
lartey lnhof thhelty.
iFifinpre ?n ieae cow l
t At Y -rm
m lter It
Catnll t a. KaI
ana Anil i Leer, KW
itnrt sntrtlay. frth mt., av s o'elonk.
from her parents' fMnce, t stmt
"nthwett. Relatives awl frtwrts invited to
TA1.LAHAR.-OB FrMay. Jnly ' S. 1, at
T0p nt., Mary R, beloved wifeofime
Fnoeral from ber late residence, das R
street vmthwwt, Sunday, at p. m, Rela
tlves snd Irlends Itivl.etf to attend.
ORAT -on Frtdar- Jnly 5, t. at her
residence, WIS nw w avenne UarvA ,
widow of the lae Htwff Gray, in the rth
jesrof her aee.
Fttneral from her late reetdenee on fnn
day, the STtb. at S-90 o'clock p. m. nelstlve
snd frtentln invlteit
I1ABDT -On Friday, Jnly VS. two. at )
a m , Mm, 9uh A. llsnly,ln her 'Sth year.
Fnnentl will take plsee Sunday afternoon
n o"cloek from the reMence of Iwr son-Hi-law.
,Ioeph Wsltereeyer. m rennsytvaflla
nrenne lonthestt, thence to St. Peter's
Chnrch. Helfttlvei and friends rnvtted.
HAWK -Departed this life, after a Haw
lBglllre, on Frldsy Jnly SS, 18B0, at 'a.
m , Mry Ellzabetb, beloveil daughter of
Bdvrard wand Ella llaTk, aretl months.
Funeral from the reetarntfeot heranst,
Jtarparet Ootdon, No. 11S Sonth CinrolIrM
avenne ontheat, Satnrday aflenroon at I
JOHNSON -On Inly ,!(, at4-S0a.m ,
Lillian, only daughter of John It. and .MftjH
Johnson, aped 8 months.
KE5D10-0n Friday, July 9ft, 1W0. ttt
o'clock a. m, Ijttira I ee, daughter of Theo
dire A. and Ilellon Uutler KendlK.
ADAStS.-Detjarted ttrt life JutyJI,
nt 11 SB ft M . after a.brifcf Innen. wliln
boro with Ofarlttjan fdrtltmle, Addel Drown
Aiiamt, tno oeioreu wue or William F.
Adams and daughter of Dentil ami Aroamla
Funeral wilt tako place from the John
Wesley A M. Zlon Cbnrcb at 1 o'olceh p. m.
gumtay, July fi, IfW.
DROWN.-On Jnly 91, IfOO, Katie Hrown,
thebctoTed danshtcrof Ilnneom ami Annie
Drown, and gramlilanithter ol. Samael ami
Jotorblne Clark, after a IfoRerlns Illness, In
thelitb rear of;hr ace.
Funeral Sntxlay, the 9Ttli lost,, at 4:,
from 1345 K Mrcet routheattt Frlewl! awl
relatives Invited to attend.
McCA!lE.-On Thursday. July 91. 18W,
Mary, eldest daughter of Thomas and 11. A.
Fnneral fttnday afternoon at 9 o'olook
from her nunt reldencc. 1180 II street
northeast. rrlemMot the family InTlted.
ULKE. Suddenlr, July 91. IMC, at Fernoy,
Dine Itldgo Summit. Carl I'lko, beiored mm
of Henry and Veronica Vlko.nged is years,
WDITIJIO.-On Welnesday, Jnly M, 1W,
John II. Wh'tlnu, accd 19 years.
Owing to nbnco of brother of deceased,
funeral will tako placo Sunday, at a o'clock
p.m.. Instead of Friday, as heretofore pub
lished. CAIiUSI.-In Dal Umore. Inly 9l,lN,Ail
olaldo a. Carn-I. widow of tbo late Samuel
I'. Camsl, axedS years.
Dl'TtNIN.-At Cbarlestos, 3. Con July
18. 1W0. William Dnrnln, formerly an old
resident of Wa'hlngton, a stonecutter by
trade One of his last request was to be re
numbered to his old friends In Washington
I Philadelphia pat er please copy .1
KSf-AStbltlOIAN bBWItlTY AND TltaST
ss' CO., J 119 tn w. This Company
will Ihip on AUtlVbT 1 next its second series
of mono of debenture bonds, bearlne later
estatsper cent., payable semi anmially.se
cured by FIIlbT IJBEDH o F Tit IVT upon reat
estate In the CITY OK WAMIINOTUN.
amounting In the argrecateto SlC0.CW.de
posited with the Meal Xstate Title InMirnnce
Co. of tbe IMstrlct of Columbia, trustee.
The bonds will be In denominations of 5 WO.
INK and 31.(00 hnbscrlptlon at par to tbe
above received at the office ol the Company.
rKHCY II. METZdEH, Treasurer.
A. T. THHTTOM. 1'teeldent. JyS6.lt
Kja-RBt'OllT OF THE CONDITION
I37 or THE
LINCOLN NATIONAL 1JANK,
At Waihlnston. la the District of Columbia,
At the clotc cf builtets July If, 1600.
Ijoawi ami discounts !I1JM 9d
Overdrafts, utnrul and un-
y.S, bends to secure ciroMlatlon. to.ouooo
Due from approved rcterve
Due from other National banks. . 71, IS
Due from Mate bask and bank
DankiBg boum, rurnHtire aad
Current expnsi and taxes paid VM to
I'Temlurns on U. H. bowls lo.Stt M
Cbeeki and otbereash Itesas ,,. UMt it
Exehagges for eleartiK house.... ST T
Fractional paper currency, ntek-
eUsBdcant M 94
Lettal tender notM te.SfcuO
Jtnleuiptlon fund with U. S.
Treasurer (5 rererBt. of etron-
Capital stoek paw ta JAM
UsSlvWwrproTts 9.1K 1
Niuicaal bank Bote onutaRdlaz WXO 03
ImUTldual deposlu W ie
rwsUFwd elwAk ts rf
Due to otber National banks SSSSO
JMtll M Of ithttutlu. C'etiN'ye WtuAinQtOH.i:
I. FHBDKHKK A. STIER. tuMsr or tlw
ahovernaiaeil bank. 4 solemnly war that
tkatxMtsnaut is trtw talneiMtiol wy
kBowllaeetBW. cm .
SnUortbed and wr te beset aw this
tea itav of Jnly. lies.
T o"UI)ALLOCH.SMary rnbtt.-.
JOHN A. TMaSQQB?,
W. 8. HOflB,
,JUtBX)RT tW TQK CsfMBrTMN
JJATHJKAL RANK OP WASHINGTON.
At Wasbiattoa, bi be IkWriet et Cetaatbia,
At the close of bttataea Jati W. bet.
Loan aad diMsoant ii.m.m i$
Overdrafts, mciusiI ami aa-
caiee est rr
V. STfanes to ttftBN clroalaUoe. saiau t
Stock s. sesaraBaT in liasitii.
cialsM. au mtom
Doe irons awrovad reserve
auunt itstei :s
Bu from other Vatioaal bant.. 1S.KS
Btwfroai ataxs Banks aad Rank-
bankbu-boese. ftuaitare ud ax- u
naouoaai paper eatnaner , new- . .. , ,
(Seat) oi dMnait ssir
laaal tsaeers mw
Total turi.tife jo
Canitai ssiwk imkU t,. . jtAn .ie
ESi!!iSlj .:y;.. 'Ms .-
Cassiaen i hurts t !fc-
bee to ot'nw TStrt, est sskane- - tajse '
IMAttitl friimnsrl. l'w kSwUfc-J.' '
1 ""r Iff r-Tirir-'-T"-
aaWaaaaaaaatr aanvaaWanT UlssVi 9
! ume'ti STtattoi -
'" "" "' ' " SPIIISBSSSSJB-" !'
Alt tTrfraftr 'U3t
ja.ttou. jVrilTi.ttc3 MM i
m di CTlinm R
I year, l month and
Wt feeasvjsee.. iieensti i
K3tf' FEroRT Of TTIK CONDITION
-' r rna
FARMERS-AND MECHANICS' NTIOTAt
At Qtjfjiinsnvi!, Is) sbr Wstrlet of 0envissRsBj
Atttieelosnettnni txt nrf is, WsJb
Loan and drrctntntl
Overrtrefts, wenred and am
V. sVbwds to ecm circulation.
JMH SOI 84
v. s.Donoson nana.
Due from serrated
pne from other natrons! bants.
Dne from State bants and SShk-
ers .. .
Ranking: one, fnrnltnfn aim Ux-
Cnrrent eBene ami tiaei r5
rrtminn on r. s wm
Checks and other casfi Items
Bills of other benks
Fractional paper enmwy, ntek-
Specie (told, lisn,SBj
teml tnder not r ...... .j.--..-
Redemrtion rand wlth.Ut. S.
Tr. anwr (S ti sank nt een-
1,7 991 93
Car ltl stock pnM In $HS,0 00
. ;I,A07,SM 98
Muriel of tofnmSM, CinifOf WntMntfon,.:
I, W. I1RD. Jr., enshler of tbe ahore
nametl bank, do solemnly swear that the
above Matetnent Is true to tbe best of my
snbsnrlbed and sworn W before me thts
4th day of July, 10.
L. 8. FHET. Notary rnblle.
A. D. JAOKSONi
CHAnTBRBD DY CONOI1BSS 1818.
frHANKMaf 1XSITUANCB CO.
OF WASHINGTON, D. C.
CAPITAL AND BUnrLUS, fS,)0. Has
rover contectcil a loss by fire, but always
makes promrt and liberal ad liniments. Dr.
Daniel 1. Clarke pree'ti George K. fxrmon,
vtce-pres't: Cbartes S. Dradley, trcas.: I. Fen
wick Young, seo'y! Will P. Doteler, ns-t
t-JST-WHY NOT HAVE YOUIt SH1HT3
J' made by ono of the most celebrated
cnttcrs In America I rrlces same a thoe
tblrd-rato cutters charge I. T. HALL, 009 F
K3TTEMronATlY OFFICE OF TUB.
dG' WA8HINOTON U)AN AND TIltlST
1001 F street n.w.
This company Issuos certificates of deposit
hearing Interest a follows: o all amounts
deposited for ninety days or more, but les
then six months. 3 per cent, per annum; 11
per cent, on deposits fur more than six
montn. but Ies than a ycarnnd4 percent,
on deposits of one year or longer.
Secured Investments for sale.
W. D. llOUIbON. tee. II. It. WAItNEH. Prw.
Charlci U. Dalley, Oeorge F. Schnfor,
James I.. Harbour, John A. Hamilton,
Oeorge E. Ilartol, Thomas Sonvervlllo,
Itlcbard W. day, John A. bwope.
Horace 8. Cummin g, J. 8. Bwnrmsfedt,
J. J. Darllnirion, Hattersley W. Talbott,
John Joy Rdeon, (ieorge Truesdell,
Charles J. Faulkner, B. II. Warner,
Albert P. Fox, A. A. Wilson,
O. C Oreen. L. I). Wine,
William 11. flnrley. S. W. Wowtwanl.
John II. Larner, cbat. RenJ. Wilkinson.
K3rTiiR tyrolCTaB wakrhouur "
nJ' or rnr
AJtKHICAN 8KCUI1ITY AND TRUST COJt
A T. MUTTON. President,
Vl side Fifteenth street, between Land
Will be open to receive Furniture. Car
riages. Pllvvrware, tlrlo-a-brae. Statuary.
Wise, Trunk of Clothing, and valuable of
all klsds on storage, August IS, 1K0.
Separate lacked Iron Compartments.
bpcclal Facllltle for Storage of Stlrerware,
Do no, Mirrors, Picture, and ltooks,
Hoods of all Description Carefully Paskel
and Moved without trouble to Owner.
The only Absolutely Fireproof llalldlae In
the olty not owned by tbe Government. Ifer
dlPspnMdoor Terms ami full Information obtained at
OBleo American Hecurltyand Trust Company.
1 lie O street northwest.
ALBERT M. HEAD.
General Manager. Warehouse Dep t.
J. WILLIAM LEK
ieqeceeeor to Henry Lee's lion).
Branch OSIee, tag Maryland are. . w.
n5" Agent la Washington for
THE WHtTTIER ELEVATOR
THE BK6T ELEVATOR IN TnE WORLD.
Over 40 have been put Into the best build
ings ia Washington In tbe lost two year by
Estimate promptly fnrntobed. Also agents
for tbe wortnlagtoe Meam Pumping Maohlu
ry. Also Gearal Machinists and Esglneeri.
A large stoek of Bnobte and Boilers, Pumps
and Elevator on hand.
Wareroosa from 1M1 to 106 Seventh street
KOfLADIBSI LADIBS! LADIES!
;E' Mr. MeCaiJIerty t tbe only bat and
bonnet-frame nsaaufaetarer In tbe etty. Oall
and see her new shapes, IMeaebwjc and
KeMtBg. btraw and left bats altered to tke
lest style. Orders promptly attended to.
IfXSO stream, w.
JdurlUtuuntitui-JirtkU KaJ, fturlUuter
tut, 9t CtU fr en Mr(tM, W tmufur Uutu,
FRRENT-SrORKROtUt, No. lxMK tT
n w; in good order: location onexceHdJ
tor any rssjiri- rout aj reasanabte; laase
It desired THOMAS W rlBLP yB.tf
HANDSOME FURNISHBD ROOMS. BN
suite ur lagt, at tke Baekrngbaat, set)
WOt Hiv. oveiieoklne MeFfaene iirj.
rQR RRNT-TWO FURNWRBD ROOMS,
I' ssdiabte tier asBitsmsn. No. sae M M n w.
FUIC SALK HOCSHB.
Atltriiiiwl4 tmatr Ult ta. ftr fbu or
Ims, SC Msri Am- m uutrUai M ttaUJer Uuu,
T7HJK SAL8-A BARGAIN IP SOLD AT
I1 once: 9-rtorr and rim ml brksk bosuet
T room and bth, all aud lmp;sltnMtt4 at
Ke iiSIstaw, uceSi.W; term uae-third
eaah. bajattue 1. 9 nail yean. Apply
to FRANCIS Hl'RY. uStr at a w feJ7
TPO) aALR-lN ALEXANDRIA. t-MOUM
P huiud. lust SbUbJuk: nnliiuit In
yas; tot lax lis, aaojr boom: prion. SSuO. Ap
rJTtoROBkUrr JTOOMAS. Room Na.2,aU
aaJUt-TBRSK or TBS UBSAPiBVr
mass la Wabiactoa. UN. RM aad 11
USbatne; two-slur and Miiamae. browa
TTf irrr'Ti" T mobm aadltatb: ebneiis
halaees toset or uadefor aoaJioig.
Im. tmUfar m emrtton: M aesti ttr (Xtu.
XTOW IS TBI TIME. WE WILL PAY
u tesBonT"jor tea srst
or oall at
akhf4sVsBBaWA4Bl UaBnsr (A) sWOijL MUtf saSMst (&
fast. emu for en ImtwUm; M asats tm Oam.
nm SAUI-M-WCLX BTAJt, St taVK.
UHrsjsea, Mam Iter et Wii thAngtini
fueu. itaetsi'ege. irfeetu
K ,,,. taught ajtJ eiM
sniDrm raim iwwww
I'ndtrMad prt st.TSf n
NjaMbajy esnHt aWg g
iMIWrWl dotoits' VnbfMt ' to
(JtSSK. ....,, 997,079 70
Due to otnef national banks.. . 19.49S W
iw Art fP
IjRorosAt. FtiH TirnwBinti "im
tgT.' -War !rmrtment. S'i.-)rl? I1'
Tl-lon. ViaMnrton. D. V . Tnlv n. I"""
FWtW pTojr.r. in fnpltente, ntijeet to
ttsancrv .Mi r- w.n ' received at tbls
r" I !.' . k no n FRiWAT, At i
1 .' r fmrKb'tig. twelve mnlth's
l?rin'- TTiicwrii, r twolve tyrsjrritcr
fan ariil twelt . onv holdT. fflddcts
are notified tb no MUtrA or formal as
cetptance jit any bid under this adTertK
nretit will t made until ,ontTis rnakan
appVowtsHon frwn wtrV Rlhe ninlf called
fnr can he pnrebaswt The Department re
serves Are rlrtt W rftteet any or all bids and
to ilv defects. rrorsnl. irra't be In
c loretl In sMiM nwlV' lndortet on the
rnrstde 'roTnt for Tiywrlttw and
stands.- and MdryMen to x. k. thurp.
t hlt Mnpjy DtvWoft.
AWTRD-StX F1B8TCIA8B W-.1TBR!
at MORDAR'S HOTBU lflSWinn W.
AMTH1J A WHITE OtRL FOR OBN
eral housework In a small famttv.
man, wife and noysymrsoidi onrman pre
rerredina tbe rtgm party a ploaoant home
and good waste aeeered, Apply at No. Wss
o st, n.w-
ANTKD-BY A WX)D COLORRD LtJN-
V v dress, washing and Ironing tn do at
borne; references given. Apply 1919 N H ay.
AN A11LK ADVERT18INO, IlfJrtTRANCR,
fnfe. Llehtntne-rod-or Ilflok A ton t. or
nerorter, of great eavotr faJm, tor nterhry
work, I-arce saJaryi
ford Pub. Co.. N. Y.
Write London A Bnrt-
Atiltlttftiitliii wsrfer fAw AjSff,JWf flai f
(s, SS cmtt br one tnttrt im; Wesstts ftrlkrtt.
A FEW DRSirtABLR ROOMS, WITH
steam power, good elevator servleeand first
el4 Jenltorstitp, In the TOST DUILDINB,
for rent at low rates to first-otas tenant.
Apply to STILSON nUTCHINS, Post
HnllUIng, or FRANK MAOUIRE, Superin-
FOlt ItKNT, nousrw.
AdtirtutmffHt unntrtAU tuml, intrHfwier
Un, 9e ctnlr fer ent iimrtkm: 50 tmti far tto.
14IS Mass avo. If rs ami stable 9(00 00
1411 K stnw. Mrs am 08
1911 Conn are, 14 rs ISO 00
nth st ex.. ISrs lMon
liSPMstnw, is rs lSioo
lTPS It n w, 19 rs moo
I0 lth stnw. 11 rs. 100 00
1737 q stnw, II rs 100 oo
1749 t'stn w.is rs looeo
Tail sistnw. lire loo oo
2 Lafayette Square, IS r
fliRstn w.lirs SS 3S
iHOCbaptnstn w. 13 r oo
918 N Y are n w, 17 rs 700
Ml lMhttn.w.llrg Si 7
1519 wth stnw. 10 rs MOD
lM3()t n w.llrs ft oo
9dMltlilTerPiacr.il rs tooo
HI5Nstnw.il rs W00
14S0 N st.n w, 10. rs eo oo
9iitstnc, ors woo
nilLstnw. 10 rs WW
lT49Nstn w.Srs. 50 00
W78stn w, lOrs 50ro
9S9 s st n w, 10 rs 5099
s-ii ssin w. turs
lint Stonghten t, 9m, , .
1KC Ftoochtflust. 9 r.
1UI Rleas 1'
101J W stn w, Ors
inn Htn stnw. Mm
1148 17th st n w,7 rs ,
ltd Chart!) tt, 9 r
in mil sin w.srs , w w
9U9 nth stn w. 10 rs , woo
wwTiiisin w, sir ami iiwg ss oo
KMtilitn w.3 rs....
5M Uth st n w. 5 s
1915 N Yave. 5 rs
15l 10th stn w.Sm...
1945 6th stn W.9M....
1544 9Pth Stnw. 8 rn...
1014 SStii st B w. rs salt)
llbJHI aven w,7r 9S oo
131MI st s w.Crs 18 oe
The abova home can be examined by per
mit from our aatce only.
THOMAS J. FISnBH CO..
4 F st, n.w.
TTOH HBNT TWO DltAND NEW. 8IX-
a. room irame nonses, man i
ttoat near oburch and nub
and dry loan-
uaiortQTVD. inQulre of A. HE
FOlt SALK AMI HUNT.
TTRAL ESTATE DL'LLETlk
THOMAS E. WAGUAMAN, 917 F street.
Cbance made Wedneedavn and Saturdays,
S STORY BRICK AND FHAME U0USK8 FOB
list 3th k n w. I b. s rs, and 9 beeses
rear, 4 rseacli HJXO
1511 D stnw.fti.Or 500
sewtoaauitnw.f b.srs s.opn
4oete411RMr'ansynvr,t)h.4 r SBO
liNTaBdrMaaott st n w, f B. tr.
and9bb rear 4. WO
tai toteswdstnw, bb, 9w co
4.MNKB w, t b. 5 r, aed Z boe) rear iJAV
lJaSVKBW, fh,M 4
aoniainsinw. ntuern see
Alley oei eta aau 11 u, u 1
, and M st n w,
SOLstnw. b h. 7r
mwhs w. un.Trs uui
451 and tSSlrklge M n w. f b. 5 r 3X00
47Lt n w, bh. ral.Srs .JO0
tsiiethstnw, f b. 4r JfO
41 and COt alley n w.fh, 4 rs ljoo
eqstnw.f b,s rs , 1,500
1915 E stnw. f a lJbOQ
CNDlPKOVaD PROPERTY FOB SALB.
Part lot 5. K it. bet Uth and 17th sis a vviHJSb
L st, bet 1Mb and lethttanw see
q st, Jxst lUs aod Wtb st n w 9 75
7th st, bet R aad S t n w 1 Tt
th fct, bet L and M U a w 154
19th st, bet E aad Pst n w tt
Dub barton ave and Dealt st, Seth and 3Ut
SStTM.bet'Nand'oMs'n'w'-'-'--' '''.'' 1 ss
O st, bet let and 3d si n w SS
N e cor Va ave and eu t n w TS
ithst above Grant ave n w 50
U and C, Mk aad ilt t 45
HOOSE FOR RENT.
7i Slt st a w. 7 r we
lttOttaw.lH .. .. Sas
.. .. . : i. -.i.
lSWHljgtw MBW.hr 9
119 N Yaven w.Tm 39
711 S st a w, r t
tie L kt n w, 8 rs , ft
l4l3Utt.nw,r ,, p
1 m H kt b a. .1
70 10th t tt W. 5 M tl
191CtW. M tt
8e Wis i B w, m. tt
M Befra) st a w, i r tt
UllDst w, 81
aa asr hook. Wot full Ual eaR at at
balMtta, kssawd on tbe 1st aedtttb.
MOMSY T4J LOAN,
ONgSfWLOAMObi HJtAL JnrTATS OS
aiw-esBM sacuruM a loifsr rase or
st. aso delai whstftaeenrtsr b jaaiL
u. c. usnxii,
TO LOAN ON OUOD bBCVaUTT.
oww , .
to Lovy on mux aerAnt ctrsjys-r,
AT 5 AND PxUt CWT.
M. M. PAbMUUI,
lili t t. r
H I OILEY TO LOAI
11 Is Sun to MUt
OSAVbUtV HJUJ, kisiTATK.
nsDR sALB-ABJtJT IT
j se eiieBseu. im i
tisaand Kudkr Hiissei
V. V- sMask
MgRON - HAM9Y,
4ajRs Vbp flPr"',r' nlfsf (r nSrp
aieia, 9- C.
ACBkUi OX JO ST
uneos uw jaiBr
bjbMskbj. bjaaea Bajn
m a Million
Lei. b L.
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
Incorporated by the Legislature for educa
tional and charitable unt poses and Its fran
chise made a part of tbe present State Oon
stltntrnn,lnttv,byan avBrmnouune rem
tjtnwrn. Its GRAND RXTHAONDINARY DRAW
INC18 rake place Semi Annually Mnnn and
December), ami Its (1RAND BtNOtiR NUM
HER DRAWlNfW take Placo m mob of tbe
other ten motrtb m tbe year, and are all
drawn rn rmbtw, at tbe Academy of Music,
New Ottenne, La,
"We ilo hereby certify that we snpnrvlse
tbe arraBgeesentft for all tbe Monthly ami
?eml-Annnal Drawtneaof tbe Louisiana State
Lottery CO., and In person manage and con
trol tbe drawings themselves, and that tbe
same are conducted wltlt honesty, ialraeee
and in good faith toward all parties, ami we
authorise the company louse this certifioate,
with facsimile of our slgnaturee attaebedt
n lis atlverliemente.,
VTo the undersigned banks and bankers
will pay all prises drawn In tbe Louisiana
State Lotteries which may be prevented at
It. M. WALMsLEY. Prcs't La. Nat. Dank.
I'. LANAUX, Pres't State Nat. Dank.
A. UALDWIN, Pres't N. O- Nat. Hank.
CARL KOHN, Pres't Union Nat. Bank.
WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE
ACADEMY OF MDSIC.
100,000 Tickets at $20; Hal.es, SIOi
Quarters, Tenths, l
LIST OF PRIZES:
l prize or ssoojeoo i steaou
li'HiZEoy idoeot vajm
t prize op sajttiu aft
iPWiEor ikvooi jm
PIUZBsJOP kSASaw MjaW
si'mzEfior wee are. mjxa
PMIEBfior uraare... W
)U PJtIUtiOP iNlN. JVW
WPJil8E80r SMare ,(
Wt PtUasblOP SMaro )JW9
mvrttmml 96aM. tsajwo
kKSPtiaasof SMsm aa
MerrtaMol aware ..... ,)
Hsrssatwaf Wm. SaJus
AGENTS WANTED EVEKYWUB8H
Gb"iVb curs baisw or aay faisaar tbfera
ttoa ksssMas vstSB 9MftiU tan
abmstr itarfaM smbt sssMaaa
Coaaar. ansa nasi Msjsnba
tMaiaftildativetr wtll kaan4
laclioaHtf aa eavatopa avlr
Alt oaabnaf y Isutm mmnsataf Ponai
sVMML MiMMT QaealiW istMMat bf savli SlsOsMW
at saw York
M. A. DAUPHIN,
IWIttlUK tau tan Bfcnal of Fnssta
i veAsuMwm wr wmm H4su,
AUttlidl ateW GssIWbVbV ftAal U 'tft 3aft
rairtfliB efaak (tLfah t&ymln la thd
BBBiijjs)sn' "plsmssy J"'"' 'aw,""p,B'' an-
ntckekt i-oag- )), basjai) 4 ail tsat
laiMtt as w)MsiasM siinj "
BSTMlMimt tkat tan aiJPUISU OODltT
'kyBmaT'ajBPWS'' samf "sssjsay nsspsnisr rew f
"aPssJ Vr narraBl rSBVj7fBrjpan4BPBajlJ7 ErfVsawTV
Snnnps ttrteit beiweevi (I sjsb t) sj
4n rnssj, r,90.
b-stary Xrwn bnwwswttb tarya Inst sUnata
on Slxif stmci, between M atM C se.
STT Prtcn, fA,(jr).
dttwv brtck brjsjen, cvnsisn'nfnsr, 9 tooinn
and bath-, sire nt lot, 18i stitHtn on U
44J8 Pries, W000.
8-tnry and beck rrnlfritn btleb direlllng,
crHitMnins: 10 rnsjissst ntl Rftntssn fanpi ore
mesrta; M t4e on cos get Of Nltrtb and C
4 rnsjsjs fJMWO.
9-ctory brick botreo, 6 inn ins awl bath:
sltaate on 1. street, between North Uepltol
and First streets nw.
Mm rrfe, itpm.
9-story brick home, contatninir 18 rooms,
all modern Improvement; ettaato No, 924.
B street nw.
4H rrien, HMTjo.
tory ttttek bons, 10 room; site nf lot,
38xl; sttuale No. 14M N st. nw.
set rrfcn, $10,000.
3-stor; and t'nsemont; brlek bonee. ?
room and bntbs sttttateon New UaHrpsbirs
avrntie, bet. L ami M Mbi nw.
M Prfen, W00.
3-story rVroom brleR boMjsttnate on
.('levsiantl ave,, bU 1Mb and iatb, W and
4AB rrfe 4,660.
3-story tnma brick botf, on Watlach
481 t'rlees Ur1".
3-s lory 6-roora brick noneo; sltnete on
442 Prfca, 6,109.
3-iery brick bonea, aontatnlng 11 rooms
ami batb; atnt all modern improveteeats-,
situate No. 1HB0 O M. n. w
4M) Prlee, 15,000.
Improved property on tbe north side of
0 St., wide trout.
444 Prlca, as,000
A larpe stable property In a desirable lo
cation; now under lease to c,ol tenant,
paytne Bper sent.
317 Prtcn, t80(O.
404 Frame dwelling, Orant ave,, Mount
Pleasant. Price, $7,0.
4l0 Four alley bonse, ceataialnsT 4
rooms; eael) rant for 13 per aMntb. Price,
48e 9-roocn frame boose, lot 90s 73, on
st.se. Price, W.000.
487 S-story apil cellar brWt bm, 11
rooms aad batb; situate on Columbia
Height. Price, 110,000.
IJonse at Kill Is Ohuteti, Vis.
A new cottsce, situate only 3 satnutee'
walk from Fait Cbnrcb stntr. W. A O.
K. K Va., contslnlBK 6 room, oath, pan
try, and trauk room; Mm of tot, HOxlSO
iu iiiee, j,iw. j trass t
ALSO A new eotuce, sdtssat only 3
mtnut)' walk from Yalta Cbarnb station,
V. A O, R. It., Va., eentalatntc, parlor,
dlnlDK-rooHi, ktteban, 4 betl-rotHas, bath,
servants' room and attle. Prl, iSJO".
turuiit UrouiHl .'Vorlliruot ami ,Hintli.
AH of snusie ll 33
" " low asc
" " Soutb ltnaj asc
" " WW SOe
" " 1013 We
Hall of " 1111 ,m.m....m. e
4 lots " HM1 90c
5 " 10M.. 30e
sr s Js2
l lHrr. son
s it 3RC
' Ws "WO
1 lTHp44Ma t4lmiHMHNIMMI "tsfC
i im...M. ...... . soc
W WWsstsMtsiS ! evt WC
II ' M...... tXte
3 " " SIS ... W)e
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UoBse In Alexandria, Va,
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