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THE DAILY CltlTIO. Fill DAY EVENING, JUNE 27, 1890.
rfHA J !,'. AT THE CAPITOL DEBATE OH THE NATIONAL ELEC TION BILL m TUB HOUSE. MR COVERT'S ELOWSXT PROTEST. 'UnrepMieiii, fattataefttit m Un Aratria,', Sti Mr. Fkwir. CORNELL'S GIBANTIO PENSION 30BEME. How Mr. LdritMh 0t tir Flr-..A Big Blvitor Dtalrfo, Matters, In the Stto, In the Honse today, by unanimous content, Mr. Docltery of JItwmirl was permitted to enter a motion to recon sider the vote by which the Postal C Inks' Leave Mil was passed. The hill Involves an expamlltttre of $810,000. Consideration of the Election hill was then rcumetl. Jlr. Ilaugen of 'Wisconsin, In sup. port of the hill, asserted that It wrs a mensute looking to the supervision of national elections only a clear right of Conprcss. The Mil was not local, hut general In Its application. Objections to the bill by Southern members was on Insult to the Soulh. Property fiuallfl cations In a voter had been advocated by n prominent Democratic lender In Jllwlsslppl, with tho suggestion that such a provision would restore su prcmacy to the whites. That In Itself was a suspicion that tho whites wrong fully exercised supremacy at present. Another Democrat, Judge Tato of Arkansas, a contestant for n seat on the floor of the House, had justified tho outlawry by mob violence of certain nenrocs who had been elected to local cftlccs on tho ground that they were not property- holders. AN R ItlF.NCF. OV DISTUUST. Mr, Covcrtof Now York said that tho hill wasancvldcnco of tho distrust folt by thcllcpubllcans of a Government of nnd for tho people. At tho banquet of tho Amerlcus Club at Pittsburg the Speaker of tho IIouso hod, after long years of silence, spoken upon tho sub ject of falsification of election returns, bulldozing and nil tho harrowing details of Southern outrages. Why thu silence wns broken ho was unable tosay, unless ho wns conscious that ho wa not at ibo tlmu addressing ndellberatlvo body. He bod spoken of tho cmorgencv that had conlronted us. Tho Republican party was un.il to mcotlng emoreenele,. They bad mot them In Indiana when tin y lent In Horary with his money and Dudley with his floaters In "llLOlKS Of FIVE." If nud Quay, the archantro! of tha party. I Tilt hill Won Intnlllloi! In I in. If, ll,n wo! It of Iho fothcrs of tho Constitution. The small army of Federal ofllulals at the polls, with powers superior to those poficsti'd by tho Inspectors of the State of tho people signaled nnd hernldcd tho end of the Government by the people and for tho people. This proposition was to bring back tho returning boards of Florida nnd fcoulli Carolina; the days of tho Kloc toral Commission; the days that every patriotic man would forget if be could. Tho NOTES OP WA11SINO had been sounded; they wuro still ring ing nnd should be heard. If It wore tiuc, as Intelligent men predicted, that the passage of tho bill would have a tendency to revive racoprojudlco In the South nnd restore the Southern States to the cond tlon of reconstruction days If this were true, then It would turn back the hands upon the dial and retard the progress of those sections of tho whole llepubllc. Itaco prejudice was oxtlnot. In God's name, as lovers of the country, ho besought the Ilouse not to seek to revive the prejudice now. He begged it to give assurance to the whole country that the civil war was ended over a quarter of a century ago. f Ap plause Mr. Flower of New York denounced thu bill as IKIttrUUUCAN, DKDEltOCIUTIO ANII IXAMBIilOAN. It was a measure constructed upon the Idea that the swell Itepubllean majority now in Congress could better legislate far the people than the people tbemselvae. any court that would lend Itself to the execution of Us corrupt purposes and become the unscrupulous servant of the political oligarchy would richly deserve the censure It was sure to receive. The hlstcry of the political pcrsecu'kns of seme of our Federal Courts was aliealy rank vrltLi VNSCKVl'VLOCB ABUSB OP THE JAVf, Among the other acts of this Con- grtfs this bill stood prtvemlnerr as a reckless desperate measure 10 maln uiu a minority is power whose purpose was to offer as opportunity for fraud. In the Senate, 1 I . FoUowIbk morning tHwiaa , th Sw ale resumed eoasklttratloa of ike bill to admit Wyoming as a State, awl Mr. Morgan spoke Ib opftoaiikm to It, but after a few mlauiae yielded tb goor to Mr Dawes to present ta lUingrnimant of the Hous coaferreasoaaaiaadsieats to tba Legislative, Kxaculiva aatl Ju-dii-ial Apitfoptklloa Mil, pfovkUag la itiaJM of coMpeaaatioB lor Iwaate employes. Aaetkar etmtwme was ordered. Mr ilorgas t aa rasum-l hi apaaefc. UUUJst la Centre. Tha Ssn.ia District Cos-aiittaa ibis uioraiajc sad laiabad witl S. -Mil to provide for tka imaot pot Joa of trust, loan and utortgaga awl eertala otkar corporations. A auatla- at mimor auxtudimaits wae adoetal. aad Dm WH w as Utea reported favoiakly by lilt. Spooaer. Tbla was tka only bill tka touiuuitee coaafckiad. Mr. Paul-aer ietogted - versa! y S. Sail, to sum i tka opataltoa la ctrtaiu ca&as or tka TiMf g Uatita iubs ia fore ia ika rtrk. I obact is to allow coMiamrctol watt to mm sad recover for h y pal ft ttcaaw to do audi tMiataaas. Mr. Paddock -Uxoducal. kjr ratgua-t, a bill to provide lor tha -llrrYiruaMiBt of aioaay MoBriwl by acts 0 1971 aad '78, luakla apfuoprUtiuas for Uw Py Bitot ot workiawaaa wao worked ou (HiUic iworovtssaaats uadar Urn lata boa4of public luifn Tiaaaiiii It is Joaa Pvoe Uodadi's bttl, waJka was f . . Mr. HcauVrtou uf lows. WalriiCl Cuiuinitiee ihJU wiyg Mm. 8 V. Rtuseil aai Uaaautld to Jat Houae DtorUj Cuauaktas a ooay of taa roolmtoaii nloptai kf tka Faoara tia rf Lakor in oaaasjitoi to Hat M UaaoaB. 4 P ItJkuad Mat a naad iaaja tkHotts. Tka Olsiifct Uowwisjtoaaw aav wrktoa to is Uovat CnmjdatMi ai VMsta tka mduwai to Houwa kflt iQQfT, which vrcaarUMM lk route uf (kg read ia Uu lHairiU as follow Bcgia nlrg at Seventh and B strrets north west, thence alon II street and Vlr glnla avenwe northwest to Twenty sltth street wett, thence along Twenty sixth street to M street north wit, thence !ong M strwt and CftnM rotid to a point at or near the "Three Sisters," with an amendment providing that when any part of the track coincides with that of any other Incorporated street railway hnt one set of tracks shell be ntert when that centre Is deenwd necessary by the IMstrlct Commissioners for any itolllelent reason. Mr. Tlndall, secretary of the Board of Commissioners, writes that that body wotild not oppose an Amendment to the proposed new llniror bill as follows "Bxeeptlng that licensed hotel-keepers may serve minors to their gnests when twrtsklng of meals at regular meal hours. " t John A. Baker has written a letter to the House Committee protesting nantnst the Potomac lllver Hallway Wll (Tl. H. WS8. Srnnters tlnrrjlns; Itnek. Senator Monlll came back to the city to day on telegraphic summons, Mr. Allison Is expected tomorrow, ami Mr. Aldrlch has been summoned to return. This is In accordance with the new pro gramme of the Itepubllean leaders in the Senate to begin the dlseuwlon of the Tariff bill next Monday. It Is still believed in some quarters that the de bate wilt not begin until about the 8th or 10th of July OPPOSED TO THK BILL. HOW MM. I.EIU.HACH OOT T1IR Fl.OOn nttKM's ASTONI8HMBXT. In Iho Housolate yesterday afternoon, nftcr Mr. Howell had finished hts rabid haranguo against the South, Mr. Tucker (Dem ) of Virginia obtained the floor. Before beginning hts speech ho yielded ten minutes to Mr. Lent bach (Hep.) of New Jersey. The reason for this somewhat unusual proceeding was soon disclosed. Mr. Lchllmch spoko against the bill nnd declared hts intention of voting ognlnst It. Ho had been denied any time by tho Hepubll can managers of tha bill. Hcnco it was that Mr. Tucker gavo him patt of his lime. It Is understood thnt Mr. Ewart of North Carolina nnd Mr. Coleman of Louisiana will speak against tho bill nud will bo accorded time to do so by tho Democrats. Tho itepubllean man agers, of course, will yield nono of their llmo to recalcitrant members of their own side. "While Mr. Lchlbach wns sponklng Speaker Heed cntno out of his room (Mr. Peters of Kansas bolng In tho rlifllr), and strolled nlong tho lobby. Coming to a door ho looked In to sec who was speaking. Seeing Mr. Leul bnch, ho Inquired In a tono of mingled astonishment nml disgust: "Who tho devil gave that man tho floor!" When told It wns Mr. Tucker tho Speaker f cowled and resumed his portly ptomenudc. m TO PKNSION THK COLOIIKD MAN.' Mil. CONMIMS AMAZING SCH1IMK IT IS TUB WILDBST ONK VIST. Mr. Connoll, n member from Ne braska, Is entitled to the distinction of Introducing tho most stupendous pen ston schomo that has ever showed Its head In tho United States Coneress ItiUtly, It provides a pension of ft rer month for every negro In tbe Union under 50 years of age who was emancipated under tho terms of Mr. Lincoln's famous proclama tion. It provides, additionally, that all cx-slaves who hava attained the ago of 00 years shall have a pension of $3 and a bountv of f 100; nil of GO years, n pcntlon of $13 and $00 bounty, and nil of 70 years and over, a pension of $12 nnd f BOO bounty. This standing proposition discounts tho old Freedman s Bureau scheme of forty acres and a mule, a racket tbe O. O. P. worked as a political lever for ten years after the war. "While Mr, Mr. Conncll Is a representative of tbe wild and wooly West, he was born In Canada. In that high latitude states men are always possessed with liberal Ideas as to finance and philanthropy, especially when the Government has to foot the bill. A BIQ BLUNDER, THE UEI'JCiDIEtT rBJfSlON BILL A8 IT VAStJHD CONaUBW, President Harrison has discovered a great blunder in the Dependent Pen sion bill which recently passed Con gress and which Is now before him for action. The bill provides relief only for tho ox-soldiers and entirely neglects to mention In any place ex sailors and ex-marlnes. Of course. Congress never ioti nd:d to bar them, and so the Presi dent will return tbe bill to Congress with a isquest that It bo properly an nd;d, IltfiiRiiloc Vntukllo Trial. Harry J. Franklin, the young mai who Bbot Miss Lillian Moore last March, was plaeed ob trial la the Criminal Court to day. Mrs. Belvu Lockwood apjieared la bis behalf. ThedfM was insanity. After the tesiitaoay of MUs Moore regarding tha assault the taoiber of tbe aceused told f his various delusioas Ib support of ta la unity pits. Frasklla taea took the stand and said be bad a auiaackoly feeliat: waea ba shot Miss Moore. Franklin was ordarad by Judga lUsg bsw to be swat to aa iacaae asylum. Sergeant UlUbwan Acla la Trouble SrgaiUAataoa P. CUsbaiaa of tka U. S. A., who was exoaaratad by tha coiutMisitlal btat weak, aas baaa ar reslad oa tka rowplaiat of Uaulaaaut Ckarlas A. Baaaatt, caargiag blia with laicaay. Datacdvtrs Horaa sad Msaoa bad httm ktokla; aa tba case, aad tkay lalak lky kav avklaaaa inWc-toat to jmovs tkat ae was iaiplkalad ia ika tkaft of two UMMlara. 700 pouads of powdar sad otker aatwuialUoa f rata taa WatUajctoa Barracks. Ha is lockad ua at tka First PsactaeL VassBis la tkw Usiwrttuwits. Tkar aw lairty savaa vacaacta ia tba Hallway Mail Sarvke far wkk-k laa Civil Service CoswinkB kaa cariiiad 111 aaaws for eUaiktttly. Ia tka Ia tartar DaaarUneat iktasa ara are vacaa das 0 sintTad aad tkisd dass poaitloas at I1.UO0 oar aaauu Jar wkk-k iftaaa taas aava Uto canttsa to as aUgttMa. aa4 ia Ika TuaMiry Papartmaat tkate aw tkraa vacaadtis Uolaasas taai, J0 ad 7. for aakk fiaw uaaias kava 1-ava certiskd- Tka aaaUious ia tka laiartar aa4 Tsaasury Maprtmnali ar f or Mikatitutes. a - ia tugaan 1 l'ild Mates Cakl Luda. Kj. IW. aVjuNMdal Umgm, wm oraajOaed last vsa ajt Gxaad Amy Mali. Taa folUiajt oUkMs ta atootad for tka aaar Utigft: Pcsi4aiU. K. E. PwaUcs; vke uasstaaas. Oaif P. aVayw . acw tary, CaMa Faraaworik. Uaaaarar. N Pariistw. Bjtaiakal i & Psasa okajv laia, & H Mawallu,. laajiawl. 'Si. UarUg. aoaai, B. V. Uiasua; past pceaidaat. J It Mrowa . trmtoas. V. M ZSlhA V B Harlugiuul X 8 Prcu lice BOUNTIFUL EMPLOYERS 1HB EXCURSION GIVEN BT MB9SRS. SAKS & CO. TO THHR aBRES. KTfrTUiInc AVas Free nntl an BufSJ- nblf KvpnlncWiw flr'ntnt SMrthnll Unit Sptrches ami SlMle. Talk abont clsm bakes, batnecwei ami barn raisings, but they can come nowhere near approaching the plc-irtc that 8aks A Co. gave their employes last evening. It was a regular Fourth of Jnly In advance. At 8 o'clock yesterday afternoon the woTd was given to pull down the blinds and tnrn the keys and the 200 or more employes of this mammoth establish ment left for their homes lo prepare for their first annual excnrslon down the river. There have been excursions nnder the auspices of the lieneflcfary oraanlratlons of the firm, but It Is en tirely a new departure for the firm to give their employes an excursion. At 6 o'clock the steamer W. W. Cor coran with 800 or more people on board backed out from the Sevnth-streets!!p. It was n jolly crowd, too, and Included Mr. Isador Paks and his family and a few friends ami the employes ami their families and ladles. As each one stepped upon the boat they weie hand ed a car ticket for the return trip to their homes. "I do not propose," said Mr. Saks as the reporter of TiikCiiItic crossed the plank, "that there shall be n cent's worth of expense attached to this trip for any one. Sly employes are my guests to day, and I want to see them enjoy themselves. If they do not it will be their own fault."' No sooner had tho steamer got Into mid-stream thnn the ball was sot roll ing. Kvcrything that ono Could nsk for or desire In tho way of refreshments or drinkables was served freely nnd boun tifully. Ono of Mr. Saks explicit In structions to tho committee of arrange ments was, "Bo sure to hnvo enough of everything, even If somo has to bo left over." These Instructions were carried out. for thcro was enough left whon tho boat landed to supply nnothor oxcur slon of tho snmc size. It was under stood that tho excursionists wore to havotbe exclusive uso of Marshall Hall, nud tho Corcoran ran bolowthoro several miles In order thnt tho grounds should bo cleared of nil other picnickers. Such n time as they did hnvo after they got there, thouch. Thcro was dancing nnd bowling and shooting nnd other sotircos of amusement until tho boat startod homo nt 11 o'clock Just nftcr loavlng tho whnif thcro woro short speeches In the cabin. Mr. Saks was tendered n vote of thnnks for tho royal manner In which tho employes had boon treated. Ho mode n fitting response, saying he was glad thnt nil had had a ploasant evening. He bollcvcd It the duty or employer and employe to como In closer contact. If this had been done his mis sion had been fulfilled. "There Is ono of our omployes ab sent." said Mr. 8aks. "'and I nm sorry ho Is not hero. Thnt man Is Mr. I. a. Hollldge, our confidential clerk, one of tho best and tiuesl men that ever lived. Ho was detained by tho death of 11 child, and I Bin sure every heart here goes out In sympathy for him. And, gentlemen nnd ladles, there Is another absentee, "William Fleming, our colored portur. who hns beun with us twentv-fouryears. Ho Is a faithful man " ' The managers of bis different depart ments were called on In turn nnd mado appropriate remarks. One of tho fen tures of the homeward trip was the vocal music furnished by J. M. Bu chanan. Hcrndon Morsel, A. Mosher, Henry Kaltcr nnd II. F. Kellor. Mueh credit reflects on tho committee having In charge thu arrangements of the ex cursion. It was composed of Mr. J. M. Buchanan, chairman; 8. Breslau, boyn' departments Howard Ulbbons. mens" department; K. "W. Columbus, shoe de partment; Harry Burcb, bat depart ment; J. O. McKeever, furnishing goods, and J. Gusdorf, from the same department. Mr. Saks expressed himself as being exceedingly well pleated as to the suo cess of tbe affair and the manner (n which bis employes had conducted tbtmsejves. "I am confident that I shall make It an annual feature." .A rou ml die Court. Washington Trlplett wns arrested far writing policy yesterday afiernoon and demanded a jury trial in the Police Court to-day. Judge Miller this morning fined James Edmundston $10 for careless diivlng. Marlon L. Glover to-day entered suit aglnst the Baltimore and Potomac Railroad Company, claiming $35,000 for a broken arm, received Dacsmber 5, 18. The jury In the Hoover will cae re turned a VHrdlctln favor of the nephews and nieces of the decadent, thus break ing tbe will. William Harris, a repulsive-looking negro, was convicted to doy of assa lit with latent to rape Mary Williams. Tboatas Hill was Used $80 In tba Poliae Court to-day for carrying eoa eealad weapoas. Itoop & Nopper, tbe pfoprtators of tbe Globe Theatre, were charged with running aa uaHeeasad bar. Tbe c te was coatiaited until Tuesday. A Maryland Wedtllnc. There was a very pretty wadding at Savera. Md . last vt daasday afternoon, wbaa ika marriage of Miss Nsaaia M--Daalal of Savera sad Mr. Davis Bill stayer of Sapkerds4oB, W. Vu., aas eelabrated. Tka cbt'rck looked very attractive with Us uVcoratioas of ferns aad wild Bowers. Tka careatoay was performed by Kv H f McDaaiei, tka taikar of tka bride. Tka bride aas at tired ia a atost batoaaiair trsveltnir suit: aad iaiHudtaUrly afiar tka sarvk tka aaapy iom4 took ika iraia for Pulla dtlpkia. Tkay will suaad a coupla of wacks at tka seaakora aad upoa tbair retura will reside ia Skapkerdaiowa. wacre Mr. BUlsaayer aas builaass iatar eas. A aiuakar of Ikatr f riaads fruaa Waskiaaioa aad Baltitaora itlaadal tkawadotatf. A Mat Vet That XmmI Leakloe AK, C'otuplalals kava kes ajada tkat tka BMrkat kotae at Twaaay-irat aad M aUaats it ia a akky r-MsiMiiffa Tka aascrrs at tka Third Praciact say tkat tkay caaaot skca oa accouat of tka ItontWa odasa that mum frooa it. Tka BaUk OaUcar's sliaalina kaa baaa caJsM to tka eittlaara of tka aujsaace. a u-i it uj itMea. la saMr v saattaar aesikar a day's ouUag at lay Was to wtfiniaW to ia oaaisaa of a askiaytua. Tkacs to ku4 sate watar batataa, boaUaa aad aablajc, but, U yoa prater to iosf, iaare ww aaaaaa aaak sad MtaU u ta aiuses, wkr una caa recUas sad aatea la taa bum of tka Kava) acadaair Baad, aafck tke msMaausoot kas aiasjBad for taa sasaaa- Fur tke nkHdraa taasa to eaaiM siausa aiaat ia tka atovUa; sattway, lao wHf Goastar. tke swtag aad aMrry-gj-ruaads, taa kaH aU, etc Tka taeaia at Bag kidsjsats aaar iala, aad, svaa Ufoa ike kotast 0am taa viad eotues siaakaa oar tka aaautaluA bay, toaparlaa- ika ksat wf tk saa aad ataklaa eatotraaa i iaatasd uf a aasdaa- Tka aas sawMai skates saaak) at teatwa akM irrfa-ns Tke u uta UiiUy Kidge lee ABOUT THE CRUSADES. ft.OOO Olrl Inrter 8 Tonm OM Went 10 Tree Jernpnlem In 11"!. From He .11. Ismt RamMr. Tn term "Dark Ages" Is sonwtekat tsgnely applied to that period Mlowlfta; tm fall of the Bomati F.mplre, swl precedltif the revival of tetters In the fourteenth century. In alluding to the "Dark Ages," however, as a ieneral rnle, we hare In mind the period ot the Crnsades to the Orient for the libera tion of the Christians and the Holy Sepulchre. In 1078, Peter tne Hettnit made a pilgrimage to Jertrsalem, where the oppression he witnessed earned him to resolve to fiee Christ's people ami the rellee so dear to the Christian pen pie. Peter led the first host of the Cresede In person; other bands soon followed. In all It has been estimated that not less than 9,000,000 of human lives were lost In this wild attempt to keep tbe Psgsns ont of Jernsalem. In the yesr 181J the crnsmles took a different tnrn-. children were drawn Into the rrnve ment. In the early summer of the year named, two Immense armies of rhildren were gathered In France and Oeimany, In response to the call of two boy prophets, neither of whom was over 13 jests of age. These youthful leaders believed, or affected lo IteHeve themselves the chosen of God. ami that It was their duties lo lead these children through the Mediterranean, like Moses had led the children or Israel through the nl Sea. The excitement caused by the work ings of these boy preachers spread like a plague; whole families of children joined the host already organised; no amount of remonstrance on the part of the parents could check the epidemic In the least. Children Who were locked up lo keepthem from going on this trampof death died In convulsions or lost their minds In hopeless melan choly. The first great host of children left for the Holy Land under the leader ship of Nicholas of Cologne; Iho second band undor tho leadership of n boy whose name Is unknown. The combined number of those two armies was BO.OOO, about 0,000 being girls under 8 years of ago. In the same month another army left France under tho guardianship of Stephen of Vcn domo. This army numbered not less thnn 30.000. Tho first two legions crossed 1110 Alps rslcholas ntMt. Cenls nnd the unknown leader at SI. Gothnrd. nnd descended Into Itnly. Tho com bined armies of Nicholas nnd hts un known oily lost not less than 13,000 children by heat, hunger and fatigue before reaching tho first valley In Itnlv. Stephen's French army suffered stlli more terribly 10,000 of thorn dying tlefoiu the mountains wcro reached and another 8.000 before they roached Italy, the cntlro routu being strewn with corpses. Of tho lOO.OOOchlldron which tho fnnnticlsm of the ngo nllnwed to join the Crusade less than 20,000 re turned to their native land nllru. DISCREDITING PORTER'S FIGURES. It trill .Not Ho Mufti lo Uunto Them uti Hie .Slump. Fim tht Chkaga 1nnU. If a very small part of whnt nearly every city In the country asserts regard ing tho negligence nnd Inaccuracy of the census enumerators Is true. Mr. Porter Is likely to distinguish himself for the worst census ever taken In Ameilri. Complnlnts have been beard In other census years to some extent, but they have never before been ns vehement and widespread as now. It would take unite a number of nble enumerators to enu merate the cities that nio claiming that not much more than half of their In habitants have been counted. All this Is extremely bad for Porter. It really renders worthies everything ho has done to enable tho census to make a good showing for protection. "What man In any of these dlssalhtled cltlts could regard Its protection statis tics as reliable when tho censtu so grossly misstates thu population of his town? Wouldn't he want to reduce the tariff In retaliation for IhU reduction of tbe population of the city In which he lives and feels n patriotic pride? And what Republican orator In the campaign next fall will dare quote any of the pro tection figures so diligently collected by Porter In these Jowns? Knowing that they were drawrpfrpm , the same census that had mUstared.tbelr.populatlnn awl bollttled tbeir importance, they would smear him with tar and feathers and ride hi in out of town on a rail. Good ly. Porter. Tliroucli I'urlor Cur llatween SV!i lOElon, lUlltuinrr, I'hlUiteliilil it ml barstoca via I'enuaylvunU Jlullro.id. TlM) Pennsylvania fUllrosd Company an pounces that the through Parlor Car service ttwen WatblBgtou, Bsltintore, Philadel phia and Saratoga Is now lu operation. Northbound tn tbroueb Parlor Car laaves WssblnKloo U a. w., llalUtuore 10:06 a. m . Philadelphia 13:-U p. ui., awl, going via Jersey City, tba Wett Bbore and Delaware and Hud ton Csual Company' KailrosUs, reseats Saratoga about 9.80 p. m. South bound tbe car leaves Saratoga S.30 a. m., and reaches PMladei pitta 0.17 p. hi., Bulll Bwwe V:i6 and WasbiuKtea 10.34 p. m. Tba tbroagk ten Ice U available oa aesk days oaiy. A Leetle Out a' Date. IHum Uu Qaht4lo Sutt, Vacle Jeremiah Kusk seems to ba wade of good Hiatal, but be isanuiale laader. Constipation, IF not remedied lu season, U liable to bei'oiott babttuat aud chronic. Dras tic purgatives, by weakening the bowels, coulirui, rather tbau cure, taa eiU. Ayer I'llU, being uutd, esfectite, aad sueagtiutama iu tbeir actiusi, are gaaac ail ruuttuMicadad by tba faculty aa taa beat of ajatfinats " li iag been subject, fur yaass, la couktiuaUou. without beiiur able tu iua uuudt reik-f, I at Ust wUd A)r's Hits. MIIM'll Wb ilW MlU 4V 9 M Ml. I daeui it butb a duty aud a pseaanra to leetuy uuu i ua aernea aieat aeu efil if utu tbeir use. Yot uvur two years UaalaV X UaVVJ ttttltTHi 4Ma L tllmM HaUisi every uiabt ba&as tesiruia. I wtaUd uvt ailiiagly ba without tlaa."--G7 W. Bwwuuta, M Saat Umu at., Carbala, r1. " I have beea taalaa Ayer's Pills aad yffYe twin ia tuy fg'if y autca bis?, aad caaartuily lacosaaaaad tbeui to all ut aaed of a sate but eatectual catkagtk.'' Juba U. Bwtjga. LouiiiUe, Ky. " Tot eigkt years I was sMnHaJ with aaaatipattosi, wbi.b at bast bacasae so bad taat tha aW-tot could k as tacae fur ate. Thaa I kwgaa to taka Ayer's Pills, aad soua tha boweb) recovered their aatuxal aud rcaular atioa. so tLit aov I uu ia emelWt aaaitsv" B. L I,iuablriiltfe. Bxau, Teaaa. " Uaviui: umhI Aer's Pills, with good tesuUs, I fully utdocse tbaot tor the pur yuws tor a Uiib they are recosuataadad.'' T. CuuaciB, U l., Centre Bridge, fa- Ayer's Pills, VitMMi,. TlW 1 TbtK TU(R. WK WILL FAY I "tag Ke" (or gaatt' taat-slas seo o&d tuuui tlotblug AadxeeS or oall at Jl bill's vUi STiiiD. tl. D at n w- sitciat, wtiTicr. INTI1E StTREMR ( )I RT OP TrlR UATHFJl'MB, A l. 1OT0. TAtltTCK RtmWI. rhMatiff, 5nna.HfS, Pocket no. . iermanT. j fta Motion of Mis rffittff, hy ih. Chatiia Broan, M 1 ollctror, it 1 1 crAvnri that tho it fenrsst, ssn Rnrtdeti.for whom a m has bm himted mm retirrned -'nrt tn hs ffinrxt," rane her apposrunco tn M in tfrt hern'n on or before the llrt rnle rtny oftheOnort oroatrtna forty after thts day MtNB SO. ISSS): ohrte tho ennm will te proeeedn! with as In mo' tfefamt Pio VM1 a cory ot this order ba nnhiiihed in "1 hf WarMntton Law reporter-' ami Wah isoToh raiTtr at Mat ence a for three sncrrnlre weeks before th aM rahtitav 1 lip ohjert of tM nit t to obtain an ah mle diTorte from tne defendant on tte erctird of detenlon. V. 8 ft)X.nttce Trneceiiy. . 7 "TO. CtACT. Atrtrtatit oSS: gggfCftaimtHJtf) HT COlttlRRJB ni. FHAXKLIX ItfSrttAtfCK CO. of WAerttsroTow, . c. CAHTAL AD 8Uri.f8, $(. rtm never rnntefteri a Ions b7 Bra. but lwat irehes nrmni t and liberal s4JnstaMiU. Pr. Daniel R. ( lathe, nfea't: Oeonre M. r9Km, vh?e frest; Cfcarlee S Itradjey.lrwM ;l. rn wh-k rnaa, eee'Ti Will P. Hoteler. a-t we'y JirSSSm SOTICK TO TAXPATRRH. Omti of Tini Anroa or T?ie nirratrr or iyb.i ii, Jrsa S !. A IM will be complefed br Jt'l.T 1. 1". of all real bfoeertj- whloh hall then have be come rnhtert lo taxalbw for the (lrt time, nd the valneafnxed thereon aernriilRatnthe lftlefor eelnit reel eftsle. TWi trrnt will Inrltnle all neir Mrartarei and ad (lltioeK to or Improvement of oftt sfrnetnren which hate become tax Me idnee laot mwe ment. TW fllee nhoald be tmilAed of the removal or detinetlon of any hnlllnc lnee Die lart refment. In order Ihut the wme n-.e y lie dedncied from the valnatlon as It now stand on IIic tax Itet. Complaint n to mid ajvemmenf ran only lielieaid and determined bet ween the TItlKD ANll F1J1ST .MONDAY OF JUI.T. MX. Hy order of the OommMotOT., t. o. MATTIIHW TltlMllML JwsOM Aseeeoor.l) C. OFFK'ROF fOt.t,BrroitOFTAXB3 DISTt KT OF COI.UMntA. Wahiito.h. June SI. 110. NOTICE All owner or keepers of doat In Hint Utrlrtnf ColnmblA are hereby notl fled ttnt the jenny tax Impeded byaclof fonatff on all dog nwneit or kept In ald I letrlct will be due and lyableon Jl I.Y 1, IHO. Upon payment of wild tax, tag will be It turd a provided In aid act. lly order ot Commllonem, D. C. K. . DAVIS, JiKt.'t Collector of Taxoi. I). C KBf-TKStt'OHAnY OFFICE OF THB ; WASIIINUTON UJAN AND TltUST COMPANY. ITOl F street n.w. CAriTAUJI,00O,00O. This company lne cert Ideate of depoelt bearlnc Interwt a fcllown: tin nil Rtwmnti (leiofliid for nicety day or more, but le than lx month. 3 r cent. pr annum; 11 per rent, on dcpolt for more tln lx month, but le than a yearaml I iieroenU on drpoltof una jeer er lenaw. Seenred InTeatmetts for sate. Money loaned W. II. liOUIfcON, Peo. II. It. WAHNBK. Pfea. DIIlECTOHSi Cbarle K llalley, (lenrve F. rtohafer, Jatne I.. I'arbour, .'olio A. Hamilton, rteorrc K. lhirtol, Tlioma gumer rllle. Illcliard W. Clay. JoUn A. Nwwpe, Ilorare H. Cummlngf, J. S. SwormMarlt, J. .1. IiarllnKten, llalterley W. THlbott. John Joy Bdren. (eonre Truaedetl, Charle J. Faulkner. II. II. Warner, Albert F. Fox. A. A. Vllon, o. (.(Ireen, L. I) Wine, llllem 11. flurley, H, W. Wno.tward. John B. Lamer, tThas. Heal. Wllkbwop. A.H.Wnr(hlnetm. fgy-J. WILLIAM LBK (Snecsseor to Henry I-ee'i Son), INDHRTAKHR. 3M PA. AVE. N. W feottth HWe. UrSBoh oatse. tag Marrlaml are, a w jgpr-wt whitk. CIHROrOUMT, Ufa iuh. am. ... Y,ili.ltj u.t.1 1 Tbouaand from 'ar aad sear vklt Dr. whits J for relief from aad aroWanoe of eoras, ban- Mm. uueaaeu aau ami uu otner ton trouble. Hour. S a. tn. tut p.m. Sun dave, 9 to lt Batabltobal 1861, reo.tl. jgr!UM-AW HBIOIITS. Tnnlaw IlsbtbU presents more rfmlraMt) fraturra for actual reoMeeet) I Itaa any ub i!UI!on In tbe I)llrlct ofCtdumbla. The ImpniventeBU, ixiw la rmrM, will Include all the euaTeslenven of elty lire tlai. Water, Sewerage, Kleetrle Cur Service and I'nveiTenta. The altuatMW taajudaatail Ir BStaral beaut r and eomnande laMPlMMtietM uslatorrtii.tl views of tbe City of Wasbieatoa. Maryland and Virginia. A.T. HHITTOW. I m- C.J.UBLI, fTrustea. HWat.M.w. Lota for tale by KITC1I, FOX A UHORTf, 1KT Pa. a vs. GOLD6UOHOUUII 1IH(H. CO., lWBI-a.ave. EMMONS i DHOWN. myI.lm Atlanlla Balbllag. K5JF0HSI18Ftl MURRVY. xy Aaeut la Watblsetea for TnEWniTTIKK ELBVATOK Of rWHtoa. THE DBfcT ELEVATOR IN THK WORLD. Over 46 have been pat Into tbe best build logs In sblngtoa la tbe but two year by iu. Estimates promptly furnished. Also aaents for tbe WottbiBgtua Mean Pumping- Maobia ery AIo General MacbinUUaao angtaeere. A large ttock of fSnelnes and BoUare, Pump and Kletators on lund. WarerooBM (rtm 1(01 to loos Seventh strsat toulbwytt a3-"L.DIBW LADIBSI LADIB 3a Mr. MeCafferty te tbe only bat sad boaaet-friUBe Buanlsetaret-In tbe city. Oil sad sea ber new iUpm. Bleaebbie aad preestag. Straw and felt bats altered to tbe Utoit styles. Orders proastlr attended to. t0d O street a. w. KHf-WIIY NOT UAVK YOPR SHIRTS s-" Biada by uae of tbe sua celebrated suttees la Aneruu! Priues same aa those tblni-rate uutters charge. P. T- HALL. SM F at n w AUREL HEIGHTS. Xo such opportuaity ever offered as Pais ytitscs for laiiadian lots. T.Sta) to mjmaq fort, from $15 TO $75 baautifuliy tsattated oa kifiifrouad. X4a fat ts9 itvjntaUfapkf RgflMtbogitaajd ase iMltimg kit mom titaa twiea tba Honatig aoaat to ba ssactad ail over tka tract. IWn't tuiss ibis, but call aad sadafy yottMadf of thai outiouk fur lb city of Laurel. Carusii Evans&Carusi, taai f KrKt;ia x. w. JuiMm 0SMJTKY KUIL HarTATtt. TJtOf aaXsV-AtHKT IT ACRJtt O ST V is sitotisViil. on tba Una of taa aalalaa toa saa anlsMari.' Bmoe Railway, balag a part Jt tha etaie of tba late CUat Jaatbaj Cusm. aoar aaUaa ' sVUeauod." a good opnoiian Uy JHMt aALtt mim: Kt-La tmltlsi. t jaierti ;ai ai aaafar taa) teaa. JtMrttasisr Um,UcUs Ar sm an rMaii. HesXiiar Or, ttor aaut t-aiRtTax araa, u uacit. V sUeut racbol. I ulufcel. atieoiuloly pec Ittt .uuiklt.lj Sisvmo or iilili Sllallt. rnortnAT.). PRorn!Ai. on ihun nitMr. and tireVr' - offi i- of nnlMlne for alhtaer of forigrpp. Hs Rdt Capltot -tr. Wthlne, ton. D. f . Jnne SO, i"V trp-inne alM protoal for fnmlohteg and deilrerlna the frlld Iron beam and i late and trowed gird ere reqnlTen for the ftnlMtror for I thrary of tvmtreei. In thl rv. alll he recetveit at IM tffce antll s oYlotk p in on TmmsDAT. TB TmtlD DAT Of .11 LY. 1m. aid opr-ned Immediately ihcrtaneT in preernrc of bid der. ?relflretlon. general ratrarttmt arn eonnnion and wan form of propoeai mat be obtained rn anMbmilon t Ihl offhe BRrKARD R (JltRRft, Snsettn'endenf and I Engineer. Jnf 91 ft, ?,. If I pnrtrOBAI ft FOR scrTttiR, baTAKr. .1 ment ot .imniee, Waohmgrmt, D. C, I .inneMfwo-fN-aled propneal for fnmWl i mg tie reaartment of Jmatre with the nm- ry nnnite rf the following artlo e. nama'y. feel, l-e, atattonery, waemng towel, mlerellaneon. f It ne dnrhw the fiol yrsr ending Jnne tail will f7c refolrid nrtll 1 olo k m SojtDAY Jl IT T. 1i, at Ihepfriee of the fhlrf erk and fnnertn t nrfent of the building Tha right tn rait defer ta and to reject any or at! Mdle. rtrred. Blank form and Inforwajlon wilt e fnrntehed on applteitttoii W. IT. H. MII.I.RR, Attorney Oeneral. tail, nOPOBL8 FOR FPRftTSHIMg Tl 1 fTTTTA PTP t ASD BRA ScnSfl IN CTTT OF WASWtrTOTOrT. D. f? TRRRA THK Orrtcg or ran CoaejteetoKn. W (mTjtrij. Jnne IS, ln. rtAt.BDPROFimV!.a Will be received at thl office nntl! if o'clock in. oa 1Mt'8DAT, JULY W, 139. FtR l,fW feet tnchTerrs rrdta ripe i feel a nw-h Terra .Cotta T Branche t.M feet Inch Terra fotta Pine. I.nno feet Itit-mrb Terra otta Y Branches. re feel If Inch Terra Cntta Pipe. l.0 feet ItxMnch Terra Cotta Y Branches a.rro feet it Inch Term fotta Pipe, l.oro feet lWrt Inch Terra fotta Y Dranehe JWnfeet lmeh Terra Cotta Plpe.sno feet fliaimh Terra Cotta Y Hrancne. SCfO feet ?1 Inch Terra Cotta Pipe. S00 feet Ma Iw h Terra t otta Y Rranohea a WO feet lm h Terra Oitta Pipe (Metik fotm of nrormsel end p'tflMtlon can be obtained at this office on applhmtlon therefor, togetl.erwlt hall necessary Informa tion, and only bids on there form, will be cnneWered. The tight l rreerveil to reject any and all l.ld er tarts of bhts J Vf D0t7OtAS, L. O. IIINK, II.M. 1IOI1IIRT. Jafl.gt 'omm'wlivnrr n. I tVANTmtIIHI.I. AdrtTtltrmenti vntttr Ml hHt, fmrHnter tu, S8 emit br en inerrrMn.' R0 etnl far Utrn. "tlT-ANTKD-A'wilITB'aiHI, POll OBN- oral lioatework In a small family, men, wife ami boy 8 yearn old; Oerman pre ferred: to tho right party a pleejmRt home and good wages aesured. Apply at No. 1004 O t n vr. WANTKD-nT A VIOOD COLORED HAUN' dre, washing and Ironing to do at homo; references given. Apply 1819. N II av. A N A11LR ADVEHT1HINO, tNSUTtANOB, 1 8afe, Lightning-rod or Hook Agent, or luporter, of great tsavolr falre, for literary work. Largo "alary. Write London A Hart ford Pub. Co.. N. Y. tVANTKDMISCELLANROUH. AJttrtUrmtnti titntir Ml Air,bir iitmer Itn, 88 unit for one lewrften HO ttntt br three. A FEW DB81MA1ILB IIOOMS. WITH team tower. goot elevator lervkseamt flrt olasa Janlterehlp, tn the POST IIUILDINO, for rent.at low rates to flrst-sla tenant. Apply to STILSON HUTCIIINS, SM lVnt HulUIng, or ritANK MAflUIRE, Sapertn leadent. rtut H.vt.n notisRt. A4ttrtUmnlt Whfrr thU heaJ, Wr ItMer Uh, 'C erftfe for etu intrtien; CO tenUfrr tr. ifoH BAI.K-A HARtlAIN IF WtLTI AT 1' once; V-etory and baement brlek hue; T room and ttath; all mod Imp; ultualod at No. 43 I t n w; price Jl.3n0; term one-third cah. balance 1. S and 3 year. Apolr to FMAN(TH Ill'FTY. MBIFt n W ferM FOR HALB-1N ALEXANDRIA. BROOM frame hone,uit flnUblng; nydrantln yard; lot laallS, anug home; price, thu. Ap rOytoHOBKKT J.TJIoilAS, Moom No.S.tiJ FOIt HAI-TIIHKK OF THE C1IEAPB8T houMS la Washington, IW, 10H and 110 11th it n n; tvro-ntory and baaeaieat, brown atone trimming; T rooms and batb: eleotrio bella and gas: price. .0 each, SWU oah balanoa to mlt or trmle for aotxl lot. rj I IK It IINT- II tl U.S IM. AtltritfmnH4 tMjrrtAti Hunt, four Huh er Uf,eeUforuiirUe; to eu ft thru. Tf OH UENT-UNFUHNIHnED- lrTlRIavenw.l7r JSMM lill.VaMarc. 17 rs and stable so) GO 141! Katn w. 11 r 'Jul oo lSlt Conn ave, 15 n Its 00 Uthtex.. lrs IM oo UWMitnw, ISrs WOW laeoll at a w, It r lit ft) CurSd t and Ind are. STrs XU SO lewilthtn w.llrs Wvoo 1TJ7 qt n w, !l re , loi sa lo etui Jn it n w. It r loooo jttt Pstaw.lt re looeo Tf4 tut n w. It rs wo oo Lafayette Muare. U re tlh E tt n w. It re fig M !4at rbaplB kiv.k m ...' n oc iisNt, n rs reo) isethtBw. lii r i.... aau) StK lllllyer Place, Mrs i.r. S 00 15M u t n w. u r 5 W K NY ave, Mrs i.. 00 lOtftoughtoBt,frs MOO lKSMosgbtoait.S rs MM 1S11 llleg llace. 9 m WW MUiAUtnw.tr. &9 sa lT04M.t,7 rs ( Ut17thtn w,7 re UOo ttat t a w. re , 41 W S49gjiitbtnw. H re 41 r SlSSI'.t. Tr. 4SU9 ltWiathstaw.Sre 49 oo smuthun w. rs 46e 1817 O it. Tr. M tan WalUeh St. t rs , . CO MvStthktB w.atraad dwg 00 MlBW,M Sat MM mil at a w. 7 rs M SeSUtbstnw. Srs :.... 00 WISN Yave. 6 rs t IM UMUtbstnw.Srs CM WltsathstBW.Srs u lttt R I ave a w. 7 rs N last 1Mb H n w. ( rs USSMstnw.Srs ill UM41 tJ W.Irs WW laeisutstn w.Sr Tbe above beaias eaa be eiamlned by per mit trosa our uflae oaly. THOMAS J. HlitiBK Jt OO.. Hit F st. a-w. FK RtWrT-TWO BRAND NEW WX rooai Iraaae boaiai. Uga aad try loaa tlon; near eaarebee sail aabua jtiaaol aj rniontowB. faaatM of A. BKHRKKD. tail St a w nm i:t:.NTitoo3is. AitetmummU aaaw IMS lui. fmerUmi tr hu, St senti gr Mw hTlirrtrxi: M twUJmr Aru. HAXUCOUK FintKUiUKD HOOsU, RM suits or imgle. at tie aaeUagasaa, Bt) tstb t a w. overlooking MaPheasea aaaata. Choice table- TOOK KKVT-TWO FVkuVIattaD HOUkta. J' na liable for aantlsmsB Ko. WXaiw, Mtl.SKY T4I MIAN. Jl UKKY TO UUKOK ataUL RaTATtt OM ni class aecartties at beat ratua of tateiest- So delay wbeni aeoaritr fat good. O. C. HIsW. WJftbsta w. M OKSY TO LOA OK GtJOB aaWStTT. TtTLE OtITge La ave. UmVtt WAU Sir. WJ LtXia- OK BaUL aaTATtl SttCUlUTY. AT D Ilt CfUJT. V . FARCSM. ISUFst H f OttEY TO LOAK IU toaaajstoSuit Oa Aopraved red Baal (state aacui av sTwOajtst t Sec unty. i-u- ssn w C. RJUJL. KKAL WTATS A LOaJta. Jtacaaias ia sil oarta of tbe ally. Lite rue Intiuance. Coraei ath and F ata t if,u uiuu anuanoj. riaaZl saraace sad Trust Ootnuany of 1 to adva&Aa Baune on Baaoroviel Washington an to 74 per oaut of i Itat valaa, vita or wttaoat Uie ! usrabla la avntlv or a tia, raan a S. W. ISorta many wsuiums ,fnf Dsonsats tbemsi-Iof shon"'T. E. I iSsrsta w ww au- WW- t4t-Y HERRON & KAMIY, MO ar F STfiMT K w . raMsaaa It ' - -- i AT TTIOt etr.Fm r'IH'WAll nttt.IV; i,. ilw r TRt STFB8' "ALIt OF !.P1fOVD PROf rm?B'w''mVr n0' " D 8TR,et' Bt trtneof a rettsja deed of trajt tfd l7 lli'A IR. rtfffrr repiiryiad mlnar Ste. !. Win !?, et cn one or the rand moor frr the l'l'trieiof niaatMa, and at the wtrt ten rcnnofl of thi party ci-nred thareby, fro Till offer for abs in front or the urVattea M JIiaPAT. THR FlBtT DAY fF .HILT, A. IE ian, at oVb ck p. m . the followlngdwinlbed protetty onnaaeia the (Try of Washington. I II(Mct of toinmMn to wit- The north , tirvnty one fa-1 tRfaa inehw feont h the i derthof lot nnntber fith rn oiiare nnm Irred nttr mat, rmpfettd bat Wa glory frame riciringhnna.A. Terms ot al- Ob half eah, balance In one and l wo year. lth Intern! at the rats of 0 ter centnm, ray hie eml annually, and eenred b a deed of trnl on property toM, or alf eaeh at pnrehaaw' optmn. ftWoV rorjtst time of wile. All conveyancing sad rttoiitrnf at anrenaera erat Terat ta ha c-om piled wlA in ten day or thnrmaMRy vrltl be resnnf at the risk and cot of dafitttlf leg pnrehteer. TnotlAB J. i rTTRBM., Trastaa, . nor Pa are. and Wm tt. WALTBRO DtCRRTT.Tfiriliaii, Cor Pa. ave and . rt, tetUlt rtilt IAt,K AM) ItKNT. t tRAt, BBTATK Bt'LLRTT-e THOMAS B. WAHOAMAN.tlKFatreat, Change made Wednesday and Sarardaya, STOHY BRICK AST) FRAME HOTOBB FlIR ttttaw, bKir- ttaM nrnmhnn w.bh.ml, R)rt tttijf fVf Qatn w, b b,ml, tare Mn IlWWhatnw.bh. r Km M iiMllam are n w, b h. I n 7Jto 14tl Boundary ft n w, f h,.r 7,140 in Mem ave n w. t n, era T.i 4rrtne.bh, r 4.1 14IRNJamnvr.fh.gr HI list Mtb at n w, b h. S r IJM0 t-STORY I1HICK AND FKAMB MO0SB8 FOR SALE. M(itw. bb,7r a,aB0 1114nedlllMhetsw,b h, 7r.andl nrlvwi J t hrt iw.' b ',' ni' I," V rs '. ' '. '. iSm Wt 14 l w. b h. 8 r S,rj W7 and Ma Va are and SMMhtt and nalmprovetl Iota, e e I W0 (OLtitnw, b h, Tr W9 WNtn w. Iih,7rn MT") Alley bet Mh ami Ttb, Oand B te a a, bS.tr um tO (taw.rh.tr 1JW9 lcassca pat, bh, tr l.aw UN1MPKOVBD PTlOPBnTY FOR BALR. rer foot Pa ave, Iwttth and 7th t e Jl on 7th at.liet Rand S Man w I 7S IMht. bet Kami Ftn w I SB Liinba rlon ave aad Meall et, 30th ami Slt sun w t tt I) ct.liet canal and Cuts n w IW O l, bet Ut and 3d tan w at 7th it above tlrant ave n w W Mount Ilea cant , 4S Mh at, ! Va ave ami Oitc.... DrooklBd V 10 nousKs Fon hent. Per month. 8Mllit n w. II ra Ml 09 I1N J avnn w. flu Moo 1 in ft n w, nr soon int I ofeoran ft n w, lr 45 00 1I9 Corcoran atn w, II ra WOO 14S1 Florida nren w. 8 rs.... oo 44ctnw. r Ston 117 N Yaven w.7r 30 00 W7N Javen w. its 1 00 71lstnw. o r srr Wl gift ii tnw,7r .v IMll vt aven w.8 r 00 t't.perpartltic pata w.Sra 0M am i. rt n w. 8 ra 50 lira and lll Ortne. 8r ai oo 0rtn w.Sra 19 30 blares w. Or 17 CO fsai v sta w, s r t so RKMdavea w, 4r....- II 00 JJaekeaaalleyne.Sra W 30 1-art aarer patt Ittl Katn w. M.... 10 00 Ml Florida ave It w, 4 ra 9 00 LOANS. In ante to mlt at a per emit. The above la oaly a parUon of tho property on my twoka. For fall Net call at office for bull In. leaiuid nn Mm t4. ami IMh UM'nXCBDRNTJUl ATTKACTION1 OVBK A MILUOKDteTRIBUrRD. L.8., o, L, LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY CO. Incorporated ttr the LnglIatur for ediioa Honalaed satmlnble turpoe,ant It Iran- aatavrtof the nrut state !. atltath,ta wh,byan ovikwhslxinu rorn- MM VOVK. Its OMAXD KXTRAORDINARY DRAW l.VtW take place feml Anniiallr (June ami December!, ami IU (1KAND rllNOLR NUM IIRIIDUAWINIW take piaoe Inaadhof the oilier ten months In the year, ami am all drawn lu public, at tbe Academy of llusle. New Orleans, La. "We do hereby certify that we supervise the arrangement for all tbe Monthly sad NjibI Annual Drawings of the Louhmtna iHute Lottery Co., and In lainon manage and con trol the drawingi thenMelree, and that the same are conducted with bono.tr, lalrninH and la good fallb toward all parties, aad we authorise the company to u-e this eertlao'ile, wllh fao simile of our alguaturue atlaeaed, ta Its advertisements." 0?f ec CoinuilMloner. We tbe uaderstenett baNks and baasers will pay all ptlsee drawn la tbe Louleiaaa Male Lotteries which Btay be preseated Bt oar counters: H. 11. WALMsLXY. Prea't La. Nat. Bank. P. LANAl'X, I-res't State Nat. Bank. A. BALDWIN, Pres't N O. Nat Kaak. CAUL KOHN. Pre' I Union Nat. lUak. OHAND MONTHLY DRAWING will take place AT THE ACADBMYOP MUilC. NEW ORLEANS. TUESDAY, JULY IX ts. IHP1TAT. PRI7R . vmilliu I M1UM -IVV Wm Tickets at tsv; Halves. fU-.Qaarten, St; TenUu. ; Twentfattbs. fU LlaT OF PRUBa. I PRIZE OF5W,e0 Is $H I PRI-K OF aMU IWuMg ll'MIZEOP MU 9t 1 PRIZE OP aeS4k , UPklfiaOF KUSiaM SPRIZ-SOF tlan .( SS PSIZ-feOF Uiasare .) k-PWEKOF trtare. M i PSf-BOP sseare ueH Me PKIZRSOF -fare ,W srt tsta-Ttaa rauas. wa Prises of i&fidare MM iwrnaesoi aw are su UProf Wiw uu vssjtu.ii. vniaas ate fru of $e ate. tasM MPvUesof Utasa MJH .4 PrUes aasaaattag to 4WjM -C-TS WAVTSD BYBttYWliJUUL tar Foa cura navas or say farthar Utorsas- "f 1i-rriff -"--r l-nair' - tV TH-rlraaif eleariy startaa yoar resldeaca. with Mate. toaaty. atrsat aad Maaiber. t-awiag-ire turn BMOi dalitery will basasasaa by inw I Uistagaa eavsiosa has Hag yvar fair t dress mPOBTAMT. 1U oaataary 1 Mars eoataiataa P-wtal Kotas, Xaww Ofdec. tasaed by m Bspress Ouauiaates as Baa York. Bsaaaaae M. A. -UtUDHtM, -vBBB an 4fa 4a- to W O.LBt, aT-iL 4)K. naw OgsaM-sla. -""" that thaianaaaol film U ttiUlfUUrtV FOtgATlOXlX M aew oriaaas. aud taa taoMts M bv the Fieeldeut 1 u ia chartii I rbebu are iatuni kvat Uabast loaru. TbarWore. beware of Miff tstra or saoayahoas actwass &BtJUliUt that the aTPBMR OOUttT ot INITBD TATK4 bmTS that the Louiaiaaa tt te LotteryOa. ba a Ot- saa C-JtiM.M lljwHiy VnK ) If IfrJNMM &m i ( X f f" luinatr-- , U - J WjT . . 9 ! Jrviu.ws , wK luJL C-XcVjA & . itntY. outt'ttosrafpH MS . Ie hs Taa las. lu. a-a.. FOE. SAL HOUSES, MllJPj' MM lrWfBfNRIt -T'ftfBftH WiCrt tiMa i Mah aj tfta at "''W'W'S WW IWPfmiTgl l"mFaVnpV OTr9 lXl9 9-0MN1 RFNAi VVPvVta 0 ! W Ml -Mrtory fffft3 tMNnBjir1 MfM te4 Sihinf 6 ob Sj.rtti finwt) gWtTrvsfi B w 0 v 97 The JM!W. 8-story bfff k )io?ir(r snifYtaftw P ltwiii mt mih; Ht of lot, 18i7!V, tHemitt on U HB rrtea, Bt.000. H-etory aad haek h-fMlne: hrtett d watting, crmtalnina; 10 rovna: all mwlarn tt-prnTe ment; eftaete on earner ef Ninth and 0 tdreate aw, 4M rrtw, ,. 9-atOry nrtck mTaee, ft moats aart bathi rttoatt oa I. street, betweaa Nortfe Opltcl and First atrMta aw. 401 PrW. IMM. il-ator brtek home, ewnUinraej It room all modern Improvement; attnata !To 924 K atreet nw. 4W Prlaa, fltVm S-lory brtek aoaea, 10 room; itae af I'. fltzlM; sttaate No. 14H N at. aw. A aet rrhN,$lMeo. 8-stnry ami baeetnentt brtak, PHf, 7 roewHi ami bait; Mtnetetm New Maiopllre avenue, bet. Land M 4. nw. 400 Mta, HM". 3-torr C-room brlcR baa grtaala nn Cleveland avo., bet. ltth sM Th, W stxl Donmlary, 406 PrtgeV fJ,W0. 3-etory 0-reorn brtek house, 4a tV41a.h l'laee. 41 rrtee, fHnft. 3-lorj o-room brick hoaeet tttWate r Wallftcb l'laee, 44S l'rtees fK,tt)0. 3-ftory brtek house, eontatntae; tl reow4 ami ltli; ami all modern baffBTements llHRto No. 1W a tt, n. w 4M rrhte, tU,000. Improveil property on tbe nerth 4e of 0 at,, wide front. 444 rrfen, HS,XI. A Urge r table property In a ileatraMe Irv eatlon; now under lease ta seal tenant, pavlm? tier cent. 817 Price, tmfiOO 41M Frarno ilwclllnjr, Grant are,., Meant Pleasant. Price, $7,000. 400 Four alley bounce, eeataMajr t rooms; each rmt tor $13 per month, rrtce, $0,500. 4S0 8-room frame bouie, tat 90x7t, cm et. re. l'rtce, $8,000. 407 S-itorr ami cellar brlek baaee, 0 room and bath; situate on Columbia Heights. Price, $10,000. lloueea at Falla Clinreh, Ta. A new cottage, situate only 3 ralsute' walk from Fairs Church station. W. .t O. It. It., Va., eontalnlnge roosts, bath, pan try, and trunk room; size ot lot, llOxIM feet. Price, $S, 100. Terras easy. AUO-A new eottsge, stUtste only 5 minutes' wslk from Falls Church station, W. it O. It K., Vs., eontalnloK, parlor, dlnliiK-roora, kitchen, 4 bed-rooms, bath, servants' room ami attte. Price, $3,S00. Terms easy. Yucaut Ground Northeast ami Notidi. rut. All of Musre 10U4... 2Rc " " low asc Houtb 10C .. ane " " " ioee .... Ma " " 1618 00c Halt of 1111 sac 4 lots ll SOc 5 10U3 30c 31 IwVl t. v ........ ..................... iMi lie,... ....... .......h. ...... 30Q 5 ltrrs see 1 " " 1M7. . 371e 4 ' 10U .., 40e 1 " KM 4k l ' " iaM vt. 1 " " 10W Me a ' vm 50e U .VJsJ......,...aa.a,....,...v " " 1A&7 iW AM(, ...... ...... ...aa...a.., tA 5 " fil lV ...,.Ma..a...aa. a..,,,,. CWfl 10 " " ltMO 4V uuw ......... ......aaa...... 5 7 " " 100J ..., ... t!e llouaea In Aleiandrla, Va, 3-ttery anaa awstHae,ia raaaaa, with at-ec aaaaz and large side tot; situate on ear. Duke and Bt, Asana ats.; tot TaxeV, S-ttory sad bsek bulldtaf dwelling, con taining IS room s and bath; lot TitJbQ; sit-, uata No. 814 Prince . 44M Priea, $t,300. S-starr sad back building brisk, bouse, containing IS reoatsi sttasta oa saatbsast ter. Prince sad Flirts- st 4M Prise, $8,500. 4-siory brick dwUln baaig, batlt ta tha aaost sabstaatlal aian.r, Wntiilnlrr 'JO K-; sixe et lot MtxllS. a-Mory saa asaa aaiwiag; bstt aaatilnlae S roams, sMautaaal St., asar rrtace. m Piiaa, f,44tt. 44 -it7 brick dweia-g at til-tag k9 raaass sad all i ji iniara Meali, large sbie yaat; staaala aa car. HiuMjigiiiB sad Csaiaraa ts., aaaaslta OidCCta C-tuea. .laxaadaia, VsTrfcis Is the baa sttaatiaa ia tlara-aria Pake, ,- Tetais-Oaa-t-trd a-sa, astsaaa a-e sad two yasss. -AJfD- WHOLE SQUARES RQSSLYN. B-AsMitayr ai Akv FRANCIS HUFTY Rwil & tati iie&ftrf d y -innr. tVii.hi.i-.oiv M. c