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HOANOKE STREET RAILWAY
IN R FS ROT OCTOHK.lt 81. 18U0.
And rest for tjrwl mothors In a warm l>atli
with Cuticura SoAiM??la?lngloapi?Hcatlon
of CU riOUUA (ointment) tllO groat skin euro.
< uticuua Remkiui? afford instant relief,
ami point to a speedy euro of torturing, ills
nguring, humiliating, itching, burning, btced
inur, crusted, Bcaly skin and scalp humors,
with loss of hair, when all else fails.
Sol,l thrnuchoiittlif world. I'ottkk Obco asdCiieU.
C?>nr. Sole rroiM. lli'?t"n. .?,. ?.
Btf- "Uow to Curt Skin-Tortured. Ilabies, free.
Ci/IU CPU D ??><> 0?lr Iieautiftcil by
oMN ounLr cuticura soap.
afiw Horns Sewing Made
That Cannot bo put in Good
vorder at the New Home
Office, 309 Henrv
Where will he found lite lino DUOP
(/ABlNKT admired by so many
poople for beauty and convenience;
also a variety of th? different
machines made by this company,
which, if examined by those who
wish to buy, eido by &ide with
other makes of machines, can
readily sie they deeervn all the
praise they have, merited In liuish,
durability, light-runuiug und per?
fect WO" I;.
W. H. STRICKLER,
? I11'.) HENKY BTRKIJT. KOAKOKK. VA
POND'S EXTRACT is uncqualed for quickly
healing all kinds of WOUNDS, BRUISES, LAMENESS or
Hub thoroughly frith POND'S EXTRA CT after
every ride to keep the tittisele* aupple, pliant, st rntitj.
Try POND'S EXTRACT OINTMENT for PILES.
AVOID SUBSTITUTES ? Weak, Watery, Worthless.
POND'S EXTRACT CO., 76 Fifth Ave.. New York.
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T. T. FituiuuttNB.
K. 7T. Tlnsiey, Teller.
j. 1$. Andrews,
N. W. Phrlpa, Ronkhenner.
\V. P. Mcwhorter, UooUfeecpcr.
J. B. fi8hddhnb,
Klrhy Crnblll, Hnuncr.
NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK
OR ROANOKE. VA.
VxehntlgC Building, Corner Jelleiaon St. and S?liin Avo.
CAPITAL, $100,000. SURPLUS, $20 000.
i Interest Paid s
nn pepoalU on Certificate. safety Deposit r>.>.\?i> tor Rest. Pirn and
' c account* of It
orpo.'tttton?, lirm-?, bunks unit bunkere, und we will extend to all
IJiir^inr Proof Vault*, ete. We Bollelt the account* of Individual-:
?L V.XCT7 accommodation und lacllity for the traii-urr.011 of buatneM conaiatenl with conferva
itvc huuking. Small account* appreciated, Muslnaaa paper dieconuted for customers. A \
cenornl banking bualntaa transacted. ? tr
For sale by
The only safe, sure and1
reliable Femalo PILI
ever offered to Ladies,
ed to married Ladies.
Aufe for DR. MO'COVS PETTHYROYAX, PILLS and take r.o other.
l"r7~Send for circular. Price $1.00 per bos, *> boxe* lor $5.00,
JDIt. MOTT'? CI-J.EiMIC-A.i-. CO., ? Cleveland. Ohio.
OHAS. D. FOX, ^?TvT.^'
V ital Force, Time and Money Economized.
Life, Vigor, Health, Wealth and Happiness
Nature Provides More for Life Than Death.
IT there is no kral agent for the Oxydonor "Victor} "
ia your neighborhood, send your order direct to J. M. Oam
b?ll cc Co.. Roanoke, Va.
Price: &/5 for the No. I Improved, and S2G
for the No. 2 Improved.
POSITIVELY "ALWAYS CASH.
Send for Book of Testimonials.
T. 2\y?? Cr-^lvEI3ZIL(I_l <5c CO.,
Wholesale State Ascents. ROANOKE, VA
. W3. A- Brarahangh having nnl considerable experience in tnslylng the Oxydonor and very
^itcea-fni on ?ItnoHi ail rhi.nra of <l;rtt*?in. i.oth old an I youui:. and hol in.' <iiy u\;ci\\ tor the
?'xydonor "Victory" will deliver aanii to ?nv liouic ami eive InntrTictloiiK now to nee It. Aleo
t.avitiK Oxydonora on hand he will ruiit th>iu tn parties by tlie week and give his personal at
mention ao as to set hast reau'ts. No. ?1 first Are. N. W. is whetc you will find Mr. Ururubau^h.
To be Favorably Reported to the
THERE AUK MANY AMENDMENTS
TO THE ORIGINAL DRAFT, BUT
THE SCOPE OP THE TREATY HAS
NOT BEEN TOUCHED?THE OB
.1 ECTIONABLE AMENDMENTS
HAVE BEEN ELIMINATED.
Wushington, March * 17.?Tho Semite
committee on foreign relations spent two
hours this morning iu the consideration
of tho general treaty of arbitration with
Groat Britain mid then ordered a lavora
ble report, to be made to the Senate to?
morrow with .amendments in Hue with
those indicated in these dispatches here?
The amendments arc administrative
only in character. The scope of the treaty
hits not been touched. Much of the pub?
lic criticism ngniust the action of the
committee during the lust session was!
due to the alleged fact that the commit?
tee had eunisculoteiUthe convention and
made it n mere shell.
The amendment to' t he first article,
that no question relative to the foreign
or domestic policy of either party should
lie included, which whs previously i:ive;i
such prominence, has disappeared cu
The same result is reached, however,
in ti very dilVetent manner.
The designation of Kiny Oscar ot Swe?
den and Norway as the umpire has been
stricken out, as has been all reference to
tho justices of the supreme court of the
United State- as members of the tribunal
established under the treaty. Its place of
this designation it is stipulated that
"jurists of repute" shall be named by the
President to net ;i> such 'arbitr?re. The
chief amendment to the convention, how
ever, is lound in the clause which re
serves to the I*. S. Senate the sanction
of the whole treaty-making power in lie
elding what questions shall be submitted
to arbitration. This provision will make
it necessary for tho President to submit
to the Senate for it- approval all ques
tions intended to be submitted to the ar?
bitral court. The committee have acted
iu the belief that it has .only reserved to
this Government the identical power re?
served by Great "Britain, which, under
the treaty decides through its premier
what questions shall be arbitrated. Un?
der the British form 'of government one
man alone, the premier, acting for the
crown, determines all matters of this sorl
and is the sole treaty-mnking power,of
that nation. There is, under this general
treaty, no deviation from the universal
rule of the British government, and ran- i
minimi thus, the Senate committee sees
no reason why there should be any change 1
in the practices?based upon the stipul i- ,
tions of the written conti tu ti on?that ?
have governed such questions with us \
since the foundation of our Government. |
In other words, both powers arc made
equal and the subsequent proceedings un
del the treaty, after it shall have been rat?
ified, w ill proceed uccordiim,to 'the laws
oi the respective^governnients of the con?
It is needless to point out that under
the treat'/ as thus amended no argument
can consistently be advanced that the
Senate is reliii.piishtng any of the prerog?
atives given it by the constitution. It
will, by ratifying this treaty, endorse and
subscribe to th_- doctrine of universal ar?
bitration to which the United Stites
stands pledged, and then leave all ques
t ions as to details connected^with the sub- I
mission of specific subjects .to the const i- ,
tilted authorities of both countries.
Acting Chairman Davis'will urge as
speedy action in the Senate as possible.
It is quite likely that much of the time
during the next two weeks will be spent
i'C executive session. Pending the arri?
val of the tar III bill iu tin- Senate the
treaty will hit discussed, together with
the cousidcratti n of Presidential nomina?
tion-., and it is the confident expectation
of the committee that it will be able to
have thin convention out of the way by
the lirst of April.
A SWEEPING CHARGE.
Directors and Secretary of an Associa
tion Accused of Stealing.
Chicago, March 17.?.Bessie A. Wood,
one of the shareholders in tin- Pacific
Loan und Homestead Association, has
filed a bill in the superior court, asking
for the appointment of a receiver for the
concern, which she alleges is in a hone
less >t.iie of insolvency.
The bill also charges Dewitl ('. Butts,
tin- furnier secretary, wiht deception and
fraud, by the employment of which he
has wrongfully converted to his own pri?
vate use about $25)2,000 of moneys belong
Ing to the association.
The charges sweep in the hoard of
directors in general, as luiviug com?
pounded Butts'alleged felony, ami l)i
rectors .lames M. Buchanan, Wilson
Ames and William Hill, in particular,
are charged with sharing in the proceeds.
AT AN ACUTE STAGE.
Glasgow. March 17.?Clyde shipping
is being greatly Affected by the situation
in the Kast, the depression of Kastern
trade hariie_' reached <i most acute staue.
One shipping tirin employing thirty-five
vessels trading tho East has ordered all
of its ship- back to Great Britain and will
hereafter pnl them in the Western trade.
The reason given by the firm for this ac?
tion is that the political situation in the
East ha- depressed freights*so that car?
goes an- obtainable only at losing rates.
SOMETHING To K NOW.
It may he worth something to know
that the very best medicine for restoring
the tired-out nervous system to a healthy
vigor i> Klcctric Bitters. This medicine
is phrcly vegetable, nets by giving tout
to the nerru cent res in i In- -t miulch,gently
stimulates tin- Liver anil Kidneys and
aids these organs in throwing off Impur?
ities iu tho blood. Electric Bitters im?
proves the appetite, aids digestion and Is
pronounced by those I who have tried it
as the very best, blond purifier ami nerve
tonic. Try io. Sold for.10? or *?l.<'<> per
bottle at Mitssic's Plumnne, 100 Jefferson
Do you want your lighl bills ??educed
to one fourth the present cost? If so call
mi the Virginia Automatic Lighting
Company,No. 10 Campbell street, ovei
If you once use it yon w ill never Again
U-without it. PoiuI'm Extract is nature's
own remedy for aches and pains.
This Is the Pa
remember it. It contains
40$ (Ink \
rarffi I Barf
that cleans everything
quickly, cheaply and
For economy buy 411>. package.
THE X. K. FAIKBAKK. COMPANY,
Chicago. St. Louis, New York,
Come and Sec
D-room cottage with basemen*', l square
Terry Itlilg., soniclbL gulcefor shop man. (1,150;
li room lious?*. ". w.. (000; nice shade and very
cheap at price olTcie.il.
Cnod B-room dwelling, Pint avo., n. w . 2~'<r
your terms and a great harijuic.
t> room iioiisc. near Machine WorUs, iC-Y; cash
(50 and ?d monthly.
A Ural Claas boose -ird lot, for a ra'lr.iad man,
near roundaouse, J:-1*); euch, f7.~> and 113monthly.
S-room dweiiir^, H?rer .-?vc., with all conve?
niences, (11,800; terms to eui'..
t> room house on Tnzewell St.. s. e , (l,OC0; cash
flli", balance $10; will bear inspection.
B-room honso near Belmont Church, (830; cash
55! ana (10 monthly.
7 room lir>"?e. t.'entre avo., n. w., something
nice tor $1,150; easy payments.
4 room coftagc with Stable, lot BOzIS**, $."></;
cash (1C0, (in moLthlj: you cunT heat this.
We want your farms for sale.
We want a purchaser for a bargain in Ucl
We wont 3 cheap small pieces of property for
shop m- n.
We want anything you may hive to eotl or
rent. Special attention given to renting piop
erty. liest reference furnished.
COltRESI'ONDKNCK SOI.IC1 1EU.
PACE & B0B31TT,
Kcal Estate and Kental Agents,
r-j*?. 10 Jc?orstoii Street.
AN IOWA SENSATION,
Wholesale Charges of Legislative
Des Moines. Iowa, March IT.? A tre
mendotis sensation was caused in the
Iowa legislature this morning when Rep?
resentative liiuuliert read portions of a let?
ter saiil to have been sent by building
and loan associations over the State,mak
itiK wholesale charges of legislative cor?
Speaker Dyers demanded that the let
tcr he read in its entirety. '
Lambert refused, saying the commu?
nication was confidential.
The speaker ordered the sergeant at
arms to secure i., ami it was read in the
Speaker livers ihen resigned and do
Dinnded n thorough investigation of
charges made against himself and other
mum I lers.
Many members offered resolutions de
daring confidence iu Mr Dyers and pro
testing against his resignation, but he
declined to make what, he termed a
"grand -laud play," and adhered to his
INCREASE IN" REVENUE.
Washington, March 17.?The total eol
lections of internal revenue for the
month of February last were $10,720,
01?. an increase of $42,084over February,
is'.iii. The collections from July 1. 18110,
to ami including February last were $08,
000,080 against 08,881,870 for the corres
ponding period of 1803 DO, nil increase
for the period ending February last of
THE GRANDEST REMEDY.
Mr. lt. I?. Greeve. merchant, of Chll
howie, Va., ccrtitles that he had con?
sumption, was given up to die, soimhl all
medical treat men t thai money could pro
cure, tried all cough remedies that he
could hear of, but pit no relief: spent
man) nights sitting up in a chair: was
induced to try Dr. King's New Discovery
and was cured by use of two bottles. Fol
past three years has been attending to
business, and savs Dr. Kind's New Dis?
covery is the urandesl remedy ever made,
as it. lias done ,o much for him and also
for others !n his community. Dr. King's
N'ew Discovery is guarantcc:l for Coughs,
Colds and Consumption. It. don't tail.
Trial bottles frei- .u VI issie's Pharmacy,
100 Jefferson ?I reel.
Have you u nice residence yon would
like to have lighted at one-fourth the
amount you are now paying? If so call
mi tin- Virginia Automatic Lighting Com?
pany, Nu. I" Campbell Street, over book
."i room cottage on Sixth avenue s. v
something nie?- and ilirt cheap, $!)0?, $100
cash, halance, *11 moutlily with Interest.
We have several customers fi?r houses
in tin- Northwest section. List with us:
A nice 0-rooni house, Soul'm ast section,
in clegaat condition, good size Jot, near
shops. Price $1,100, $100 cash, halance
$12.00 pt r mouth.
Property Northeast. We can si 11 three
or four nouses in this section at once.
Two 5-ropm houses anil two acres of
land in the heart of Villtotl, hotll for si,
000, only $10(1 cash, halance $10 per
month. How is this for ;i hnreain!
House and lot on Third avenue, near
Jefferson street n. e. Price, $3,500, one
third cash, halance one, two nud three
Houses on easy payments, suitahlo for
shopmen, Southeast. Can make three
or four quick sales in t hi--section. Don't
fail to list, with us.
7-room house on Seventh avenue v.,
full size lot, $1,050, $100 cash, halance
$13.50 i er month. See this, it Isahar
list of farms. We have a customer
for a Iarire dairy farm: also several small
tracts close to the city. If you have a
farm you want to sell, we'eun do it for
A nice 7-roOltl house on Seventh avenue
s. w., all conveniences, lot of nice fruit,
on the lot. This is something nice. Price
$2,000, ??(l() cash, halance very easy.
Don't fail to see this.
One of the largest and hest hrick resi?
dences on Church street, hiu lot, nice
shade and all conveniences. Price $T,5C0,
and this is dirt cheap, too.
This is Duly a partial list of the many
hitrgnihs on our hooks. We have farms,
vunnant lots and Houses tor sale in all sec?
We pay (-special attention to the rent?
ing of property. If you want your houses
well looked after them prompt pay?
ing tenants, list with us. liest of
references furnished. Write us what you
Pe?igoB?llBr Real EstatB Co.,
ie? .liSFFKKSUN STHEBT.
t?MWUMW? ???? ???
Lot on Ninth arcr.ue h. w, 50x130 feet,
?95 ru?i>, bahv co $io i.t-r month.
(ioUavoou buslucM property, in the enter of
tbe town, (550; $iuj down, balance per
IClcgant d.weltlon with ISroonn, hath, bot und
cold water, heated by tun.ace, tlnlabtd In oak,
ImlltHt a eoal or o?or (8,tC0; on ornerlot in
i>;ft lcc.iity in Koanwltu. ins property has
been col' 'iriiie mortgage that wae on ii and
wo ara allowed to offer, It ut 13,000; fMlOcaab,
halance #S51 or month. A large property owner
told uc yesterday ti.ut he considered this the
cbe>:pe*t proper:? In Hoanoke at ?-1.0H0.
We hsvn left one ot these 50x130lot! in the
rear of the Weat Knd round boaae at .?jtM).
And we have two lota on London ave.* n. w.,
lOexISOfceiln all, that we wll cell tor f-HO, on
eaay term*. Tula 18 a rolU rhativo fcr a railroad
Corner l?.t on S'o'orman Koad, pood location
for a;ore, flSV
Building lot on Franklin Hoad (cornet). 1I?
feet trout, fson
8 rooni dwelling on Campbell ft., not far from
court honte, bath, pood i".ahle on lot. Price
$2.300; ?JC0 cash, balance f'J5 per month
f.-rcoin dwelling on ,Iobr. at., pood lot. $?V
ceaah. balance (Id tier month.
Dwelllnp in poo.l location In ronthwett. r>
rroma, prirc, f s> ; $50 ca?h, balance fill per
Cottage, ii routn?, on Patton avc , $VII; 150
can fi, balance (w i-er month.
Largo ftablo In poo.l location. Price, $5 per
We hire ihn most ileflrabl? 'ami* In the
county for sale, bend for price li*t.
j. F. WMGHELD,
Ground Floor, Terry Ballding
Tetter, Snlt-Ilhcum mid Eczema.
The intense itching ami smarting, inci?
dent to these discuses, is instantly allayed
by applying Chamberlain'8 Eye and
Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases
have been permanently cured by it. It
is equally efficient for itching piles and
a favorite remedy for sore nipples,
chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites
and chronic soro eyes. 25 cts. per box.
Dr. Catly's Condition Powders, are
just what a horse needs when in bad
condition. Tonic, blood purifier and
vermifuge. They lire not food but
medicine and the best in uso to put a
horse in prime condition. Price 25
cunts per package.
CATOG NI 'S RESTA V R ANT
Is now open in the rear of the confec?
tionery. Meals: Breakfast, 25 cents.
Dinner, 25 cents. Supper, 25 , cents.
Meal tickets $4.
Kill (Move OrnniXCM just received and
for sale by J. J. CATOGNI.
No. H?S Borer avenue p. w., per mon'li_ %>i 00
Mo. SOU Washington avenue b. w , pur
month. . fll.99
So '.-?'> Shcnei.duuh avenue u w., I or
month . (15.011
Three nonets on oxford avenue, Norwhh,
per month, i sen. $8Rfl
No. STO Uampbcll avenue b.c., per month, (8.00
No. 102 llolld i. street r. o., i or mouth.... #s U)
No in* Holiday street B. o., per month_ J-U'i
Nc.li HoUu-y street s. e? per mortii . $4.*0
No. li ii.S lioliday streot s. ?., per muitin . (1.IK)
Nine rooms ever Davis' hotel, Oalneeboro
avenue, per month. (10.00
I US IN ESS PROPERTY.
Dtoro room, 711 Koanoke streot a. w., por
Btoro rocm, ciicor ltallroad i. vet no and
Itaodolph streel, prr month. (8.C0
Store room, No. 'M Salem avenue s. o., per
month . (ir>.tu
siorfl Mira tut Sheuundoah avcune n. w.,
per mouth. (5.00
Wairon lot. No :9 Church avenue s. w..
tier mouth.. $80.00
rivo o(ll*e rooms, In Mooicaw building,
prr month, each.fli 00
Two bedrooms In Mcomaw building, per
month, each. (3 no
tUf Also properly in a'l port'ous of tho city
for suis on easy lorins. Call on
J. W. BOSWEU,
Heul Estate aud Itental Agent \V>i Jefferson St.
Several very ile-iraMe llelmont loin very cheap
and oil easy payments, see in1 atouco.
I iii-room housed located near Park Kieet n. w.j
price (SO . on oasy i>-j> mints.
H room cottage In Southwest, MiOCO Very
cboap at llii" figure, und rents at ill per month.
'J i ima reasonable.
7-rooni hoana on Halcm avenno a w.iM.pi. A
gii.-o bargain, and cau bo hud on u very ieu?on
:foi ? eu?ii pa) men!; balance easy.
s room bnuas w!u. modern Improvement*, dc
si ruble neighborhood: price (1,601; (loo cash,
balance (IB per moLth.
13-room bouse near |)08to3lco, (3,(X0; on easy
term*. I'avs cood ten'.
(?T~ We bavo plenty of good bargains. See us.
i.-room house on Henry streets. w? (iii.
Il-room house on bOVOnlb avenue, near Henry,
with ail conveniences, (2-J.
H room hor.f-c on JefTetRon street. $1S.
7 room house on Seventh avenue s. w., (13.
ti-room boiifc In Hitmont, #"?.V:"?.
?t room house on Harrison avenue n. e., (5.
t?f?~ If in i ceil of u houee ca'.l and sie ns, ami
wc- will euiv'y your wants.
T. E. B,Hartsook&Co ,
S-room house in Northwest, nice location, cor?
ner lot, H.v.'ii ; (SO cash aud (13.60 per month.
This la a bargain for a railroad man.
tt-idom bou-e In gouu location, (8T0; (s cash
and $s j,er inonlli. a bargain for a shop mai .
Beautiful 5-room home on Eighth avenue s. c ,
close in. Uriro lot with shade, (1,210; (50 cash
and (19 per month.
fl-room dwelling two blocks from Market
Si|uare, (SMI; payments very easy.
A uood (i room linen dwelling, large lot, In
Southwest Honnoke, with plenty ot shade, (1,11X1
I caeh. Is well worth $1,600.
C-room dwelling In Northwest Roanoke, $i!0?.
(BO cash anil y, per month. Can be runted for
more man the monthly payment.
Nicely papered 7-room hnn-ie, corier lot, In
best part of Southwest, with modern Improve?
ments, Stable aud carriage honfc, with several
other outbuildings, $l,!k(; J20J cash and (17 per
8-room house in West End, large lot, nice locu?
tion, (1,000; (10) cash und (16 per month.
0-room house. Urge corner lot. Southeast,
(S50; (so casn and (Ml per mouth.
7-room dwelling, wltn sewer connection, stabil
am! other ncoes^nry nntbulldlnfts, $1,900; (t.l)
cash, (l j.r.o per month ? Hhoiii hit en s-..
Ii room bousooo Henry strret. n, w . $1.(W': }35
cush and #1(1 pi r mouth with no interest, is
renting now for (8 00.
Two 3 room cottages, witi. basement room,
i - w.r conn* et ion, nine garden and good locatlou,
| MX) uach; (IS cash and (5 per month With inter
"??room house on sixth ovenuo s. w . nicely
papered. Price (1,000; $1 j cash and $.6 pei moniii.
Houts haw for $i*i.
i *room house on largo lot, near Itoanoke ami
Southern railroad, newly fonced, houae In good
condition. $*.j3S0; (.'si cash and (12.50 per month.
line ul the best residences on Church stieel, '.>
rooms, lurgi lot, best, location, cost (H 500. Iu
beautiful condition inside ?rd out. Price (3,500;
(500 rasb. ('.'3 tier month; la renting now at (25
per month Also two otbor splendid hargnlus on
One of the most desirable and h-st located bus?
iness houses, In Ihe very host part.of the business
centre of tho city. One fourth ot the price cash
and . rent will pay tbc balauce. It Is renting
now for M per cent, of the price usaed. There Is
no better Investment in the city than this We
have several other lino bargains In business
pioperty on Salem avenue and Jefferson street.
S room bousn near West Und round house, (050;
(T>0 cash and (10 per month.
Nicoly papered ti rooai house on ho best part of
Seventh avenue n, o., (?60; (GO cash and (S por
Good vacant lot to exchange for a horse.
HOI acre farm ?A mi cs from Roanoke, good
improvements, well fenced nnd watered, plenty
ot timber, nice young orchard, (i.fcOO?terms
easy. This Is a great bargain.
C6-acre farm close to itoanoke. In good condit?
ion, (1.600 cosh.
W acres ot bottom land 1X miles from Holllns,
wltb (2,500 brick bouse, at t ha edge of a beautiful
10'UCic grove of forest oaks Ktdncod to (40 ptr
aero, 'i bis is a splendid bargain.
130 acres near llollins luslluite. seven nillrs
from Koanoke city, forty acres of which Is level,
the balance upland, partly timbered good water,
fairly good Improvements, lino peiicb and apple
I orchard, land well adapted to Iruck farming, all
I kinds fruit and grapes. Price now (1,500; (nsy
If yon want to buy or rent, sell or exchange,
couig and see us.
No. 8 Campbell Avenue S. W.