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! THE DAILY CRITIC, THtTifiDAY EVENING, JULY 10, lPfto. ! AT THE GAPITOL TOLD - BLOODED ASSASSINATION OF THE SILYfcR M-LAIT MTHEflGTOFrS.MTSMR.MORfiW Centifinatiea of Hie DtTt&la em IW Stovef Oenfereaie RepefU ROGERS GIVES SPEAKER REKO A ROASTS Scathing Denunetatrbn of the Patent Code of Rules To Caueiii oh the Lodge Bill. The Scnato to-tky agreed to a resolu tion offered by Mr. Stewart, calling dn the Secretary of the Interior for Infor mation aa to the selection of sttos for reservoirs by the Director of tho Geolog ical Hnrvcy. Consideration of the conference re port on tho Silver bill was then re turned. Mr. Morgan opposed the report. Ha said he expected that tho day was to be n crisis In the question of the currency of the pcoplo of the United States, m much to In rogard to the demonetiza tion of sllrcr and tho confining of coin to the slnglo gold standard, as was the act of 1878. lie did not know but that the effect of the vote to be taken to-day (If It should result In the adoption of tho conference bill) would not be really more FATAL TO THE THOSrECT OF StLVKTt COINAOE In the future than the act of 1878. Tho legislation of 1873 had been an act of cold blooded assassination of the silver dollar. It had been presided over by the same Senator whoso "lino Italian hand" was to be seen In tho conference bill, a bill which was n total departure from tho action of both tho IIouso and the Senate, and was as essentiallynow as If it had been n novel written by tho Senator from Ohio within tho last flvo days. Mr, Morgan went on to. speak of legis lation on all Important matters being now entirely controlled by conference committees comtnlttccsof arbitration whoso proceedings were secrotj so that, It such a committee were bribed to tho extent of n hundred million dollars, no f-cnator would bo pormlttcd to And it out. 3Ir, Allison remarked that there, was no necessary secrecy about conference committees. They were public com mittees. Mr. Morean replied to that remark by snjlng that, In this very discussion, Mr yiicrmiin had declined to answer a question as to proceedings In the con ference committee, on tho ground that turh proceedings woro secret. Mr. Sherman said ho had never de nied to the J-'cnato an Information as to what took place in conference, lie had been asked what particular conforreo had offered n partlcdlar proposition, and ho had felt that he was not at liberty to answer such n question. It he had beon asked who voted for it ho should have stated the exact facts, but as to disclosing con versation In committee that would be a departure not only from parliamen tary propriety but "from ecntloraanly propriety. Mr, Sforgau resumed hlsareument against the conference bill, and called the Attention of the friends of frco coinage particularly of tho Senator from Colorado (Mr. Teller) to tho fact that the same "line Italian hand" which had framed tho act of 1R73, had operated in tho conference bill to destroy utterly any hopo of tho rtmosetlatlon of sliver so long as it re mained unrepealed. bPKAKEIt BEED ROASTED. MR, H00KW8 OK ARKANSAS SPEAKS AN IIOUH ON TUG HUMUS. The House business was deadlocked to-day by an episode that was not down en Speaker Heed's limited partnership programme. During the reading of tho Journal Mr. Enloe objected to having been marked present and not voting when he was not present. ITe asked that the journal be corrected. Upon this motion Mr, Rogers of Ar kansas, who Is one of the sharpest speakers on either side, took the tloor and claimed It far an hour. lie then began a scathing and merciless review of the patent rules which have made the Speaker famous and infamous, and while sticking to his text, poured broadside after broadside into tin Re publicans for the hlgh-bandd manner in which they have engineered the pres ent Congress. Mr. Rogers' hard hlu were fre quently applauded by the Democrats, while many of the Republicans seemed to enjoy their own discomfort. Rogers made It so hot for the Speaker that he called Mr. Burrows to ihe chair and did into the lobby. The Enloe Roger's ineldeet, it Is hist!, was n a Use with the retaliatory policy which the Democrats have adopted. TO VOTE ON SILVER IHE SKKATE WILL 1'JtOiUHI.V BttitaaK OF THE (JUXWTMi)' TO DAY. A vote oh the Silver bill wHt fsMba bly not be taken unlit late tbl evening. By sstreement dab to is to be eta ml to day and Use Senators aw anxious to make the most of tnelr time, awl will be likely to talk as long m tney ean. It is generally believed that the bill will pass, and by a strict parly vets, with two exception. The BeputUcaa will nil support Use Mil, and all line Penao . ratic members, with the exception of (it ay and XcPhersofi, will vote sgainst it. li U not ikous ht that the House will luasitler the bill this week. It will probably not be takes up until Tuesday. There are so few nierabaiM yjntapt nsw ..days that it will not be easy to secure its ci.iaftkkrattoB bow, bat aa esfart will be made by Speaker Bead Is have a great tunny BepuMcea prmisnt when the bill k taken up. The vol is . House hi aJeo likely to he a Betty voe Jiutchlw, Trace awl other aai-eJNer IWnKxrat will esaue heeaiue It fives the Ber uses too mudt n4 the offctm Ltcsuee they get too Utile. W aAtM I fa 1st LfJwkMiX MwtJUiAtaeU ltttHkdaV sntesl. Kcpieseetaiive ConneH of JSiiwrmufct u i siting a favorable egeortwely to all uu for coniirientiine. Jt rie)itiH fsber sUua)tiii In the eamiry- xtte -Ue-Vesi MhU i. twatf of BewthMwMI SeeMm watt u teJd K-ht toietMMhM ewHwer . i uoi to take vi the LNfcja Pence bitt- t the aeMH, nM to 7m CtuTtie m- 1 tt! v certain the ifwtfi wtwU dwsMe u tale .ip the hill lie also thought k wrm'.d r. He would not, however, express an opinion as to whether he MtoneM It worrld require a Chang Of Ike Senate rules In ordet to aecotftpifch tMt object. In the Forty third Congress Hour, Pitwe, It. awl Hawtey. all voted atalnst the eelebttrted Fore Mil. These men were M that time Repre sebtnttre. am! tenders of tlteir patty on the floor of the House. They are now United States Senators and will soon bare to puss upon the Lodge bill, which Is even more Infamous than the mens 8r the oppostd In the House. It Is ety mtath ttrtt Qrantlm Hoardtfd his colleague, Dawes, who wears Hour's collar, will vote for the bilk But how will Hhwley ami Hale, who do their dwn thinking, vote T m OFF THIS TltfB, A Confidence Alan Who Obtnlneil Money from Sriedlcnl Men, John T. Downey, who has been rep resenting himself as the agent of the New England Mutual Accident Asso ciation, has got himself In trouble. His practice has oeen to go around to phy sicians and tell- them that he was au thorised to appoint an examiner for the company and upon the payment of $ 10 such appointment would be made. He figured that the doctor who undertook this work would get at least $800 an nually for Ids sorvlces without interfer ing with his other practice. These representations were mado to Drs. Carrahcr, Munson, Adams, Johnson, Rautcrburg, Chamberlain and othors. Downey came from Indiana and claims to be acquainted with Secretary Hal ford. In the Police Court this morning several of the doctors who had been ap proached by Downey gavo their testi mony, which tended to show that cer tain representations mado by him were with a view to obtaining money without giving any value In fcturn. Deputy United States Marshal Mc Caffrey and C. A. Johnson of tho Sixth Auditor's Ofllce said they knew Downey to have been a reputable Insuranco man for years and also a membar of the Indianapolis Council. Judge Miller commented on tho fact that Downey was unable to produce popcrs to show that ho was an author ized agent of the New England Mutual Accident Association. Just as tho Court was about to give n decision Mr. W. C. Haldman of tho Arm of Easterdy & Haldman. the general agents for tho company? testified that they did not know John T. Downuy, and that ho was not employed by them as an agent. For a number of years Dr. Harrison Crook had been employed as surgeon of the company In tho District of Colum bia. Judge Miller took tho defendant's personal bond, with the understanding that ha was to discontinue the practice and leave tho city. STRIKING SWITCHMEN Joined In Their ItoTolt br Ilrnkemen HtiRlneer May Unit, I.oiisvn.LK, Kv., July 10.' The brakemen on the Louisville division of tho main stem of tho Louisville and Nashville Railroad Joined their striking brethren on tho short line last ovonlng. All tho day switchmen struck yester day. Tho men on the Jcffersonvlllo, Madison nnd Indianapolis and other roads arc expressing groat discontent and may go out at any hour. The pas senger trainmen are not taking any part in the troubles. It was reported last night that the Chesapcako and Ohio, and Newport News and Mississippi Valley switch men would strlko, but they were work ing last night, and one of them staled that a demand for hlghor wages, the Chicago scale, tho same as tho Pennsyl vania are demanding, may be asked for today. Grand Master 'Workman Arthur Is expected to arrive horo tbli morning. His coming Is eagerly looked for, as It may have a considerable offect on the status of the strike, and there arc many conjectures as to whether or not the locomotive engineers will openly ally themselves with the switchmen anil brakemen. Hlr KalctiU l.'njoylnj; Tlicmtelve. The "Washington Knights of Pythias are having a good time at Milwaukee. A party from Washington Division headed by the Capital City Band started from camp at 0 o clock yesterday morn ing fantastically attired In ladles' wrap pers, Mother Hubbard dresses and queer-looking straw hats ornamented with onions, cabbage leaves and dande lions, and going down town marched through several of the principal streets bringing up at the Chamber of Com merce. The bulls and bears there un locked horns.' and the floor was given up to the Jolly crew. Following the lead of the Washington Knights a hoo doo parade was given last night, which was one of most fantastic exhibitions ou record. It is believed that Supreme Vice Chancellor Shaw of Wisconsin will be promoted to Supreme Chancellor W. W. Blaekwell of Kentueky and J. D King of Ontario are the most prom inent candidates for Supreme Vice Chancellor. The con last for the place for holding the saxt conclave is be tweea Omaha ami Boston. Mi-Cro Flretiue at Wurfc. l.m huvho, Va., July 10. Great ex cltetueet has prevailed at LebaaoB, the county seat of Russell County, durlag the past week, owl eg to aa attempt at SMewii&iisM. aegra wowaa was caught In the act of settiag Are to a hoiwe aad arrested. Two negro took her part and made threats agabut the Mayor of the town. la the difficulty that ensued Tow Rofc Imo. eae of the negroes, wee shot awl killed. The wowa was jailed. A Buesher of other colored pereoju who sided with the two negroes were drives out of tows. Waut to tie GeaeraU. Cadets have been appointed to the United States Military Academy at West Point. William P. Pearce, KUOk district. Indiana, Isaac . Boulwaw, Eleventh district. Missouri, O. P. Towa shewi Nisteenth district, Illinois, II. D. LUihcttge. Sixteenth district. Ohio, Paul Kelso. Second district, Arkansas. Abraw S. Fleming, Fifth district. Kes tmeky. Hilton L. leQrew. Fifth dts tries. New Jersey with Thomas J. Hlli ery. Kockaway, Fifth district, New Jersey, as altera!. (UaT Jutee Mnshaut' V; Chief Justice rMsfhsai of the Su preme Corns! of the TMelrirt left to-dssy, secow&nMhtii h his wtfe imms a ejun mvm Kortjnere tour. Fitdirt Uuner, wfe it litiangw the Equity Court, wH Augnst. r CSMlllB A.tt&flttt IMA IHHiiMMMMte Uf &er nil Qssf 04 wUi ctipMlivM Ac turn OU iUiithi lumM Tu uiaAKUraiB 4gl h) now fought ouf , ft es to h eMMk U In T flit gffiKJ hjAti hud Ineejh) m4 F'Maker, m nfwteg the Ute wajr, heel it by mum twenty tv years. YOUNG MR. BLAINE'S MISTAKE. lie TVrs lyeeteit rrflM the rioer or ttre nM renteMar. w Towt, A'trty 10. -A WftlfM dtspntth ht t dy's WerMsHji: "Tlrere f a story afloat tonight whieh hM a tinge of sensation in it. It is to Ike ef fect tbttt Speaker Reed hfci ytig James G. Blaine summarily ejeewa from the floor of the Hoe tody. Yenng IMsle te clerk to the Committee on Foreign Amdrs, of which Repre sentative Illtt of Illinois is chelriwtn, and as clerk of that etnnmHtee he has a right to be on the floor whenever any bUl from that committee is under con sideration. "The story is that today he ant only went upon the floor when the Foreign Affairs Committee had mo biteinees be fore the House, but that he raited a row with one of the pages and created a disturbance In the vicinity of a mem ber nho was then ndureestng lire Hcuse. Speaker Recti, noticing the disorder, sent for DoorkeSper Tom Coakley and ordered him to remove the Intruder. "Coakley accordingly expanded his chest, and In the best style nf the art stepped over to young Mr. Blaine ami told him It was the Speaker's order that he should get outside of the Chamber. Young Blaine remonstrated a good deal, but he wont out. It so happened that the story could not be confirmed tonight, for both Speaker Heed and Mr. Coakley were out of town. Young Mr. Blaine himself was seen, and he gave n general denial to the story, but lie explained that he had entered the Chamber In the afternoon under the impression at the time that a bill from his committee was under consideration, and that finding he had made a mistake he came out ogaln immediately. "Ho said that ho had had some dls- Euto with the Doorkeeper as to whether e had, at that particular time, a right to go on the floor or not. The em ployes of tho house soy that young Mr. Blaine Is very troublcsomcs that he Is In the habit of asserting rights which do not belong to his position, and that ho acts like one who regards himself as superior to all rules. Speaker Rccd, It Is said, has had many previous provo cations to bring the young gentleman to order, but that he refrained from doing so lest his action might be at tributed to the woll known strained re lations which liavo long existed be tween himself and Mr. Blaine, sr." FROM POYERTY TO AFFLUENCE. A llnnkrtijit Stork llrnker tlm Owner or n Itlch Mine. CinrAoo, July 10. A special to the Tnter-Otean from St. Louis says: On February 27, 1S85, a day familiarly known to local operators as "Black Friday," Mr. Benjamin W. Lewis of this city was hopelessly bankrupt. Today ho Is the owner of what, If preliminary reports are verified, will prove to be one of tho richest mines In the world, and one which has an esti mated value of $187,000,000 rbr 1.000 feet. Mr. Lewis writes that If the vein holds out but one week he will lmvo all the wealth that a man can desire. Lewis was very rich once, up to the time of his failure, but was caught with 5,000.000 bushels of long wheat on the eventful day when tho market dropped 0 conts. Ho was mined with dozens of others here and In Chicago, and friends subscribed $80,000 to give him another start In life. With this Lewis started West, located at Tin Cup, Col., and lost nearly every cent of the money In unlucky mining Investments. He was down to his last dollar when this second golconda burst upon his view. Yesterday ho was penniless, u week from now he may be a nalob. llltla tor l)litrld.Htiulle. The following bids for terra eolta sewer pipes wore opened by the Com missioners to-day: Somervllle & Son, S2jc, 84c, -lie, f 1.04, 47c and 05c per foot; United Staten Clay Company. 22ic, 33Jc and 48c per Toot; McMahon, Porter & Co.. 98c. 85c, 45c, 00c, $1.05, 48o. 75c, 01c and $1.20 per foot; American Sewer Pipe Company, 42c, 9SJc, 83c and 45e per foot; Angus Leon ard, 7ic, 12c, 22c, Sflcand 47c per foot, Potomac Terra Cotta Coraiwny, 5c, 8Jc, 14c, 23c. 32Jc, 55c. 03c, 18c, 30c. 50e, 05o, $1.10 and f MS per foot. Bids for cement were opened as fol lows: Wm. U.Lewis & Co.. $1.10 and $2.70 per barrel; George Do Mitts, $8 20 per barrel; Samuel S. Richardson, $iS,03 per barrel; S. M. Hamilton, f2.8i and $8 per barrel. l'opular l'eoilou Agent. Few notaries die and none resign. Mr. Frank White Is an exception. He has resigned and opened a law and claim agency olVlce at 61$ Louisiana avenue, and his popularity Is attested by the rush of pension business there and at his partner's niticc la Baltimore. Mr, White was one of the youngest applicants ever admitted to practice be fore the District courts. Gmcoui Vapor Killed TUeui, What Chekk, Iowa, July 10. Fred. Armstrong, aged 22, and Frank Hawk, aged 8, were killed by blaek damp In the sir shaft of an abandoned mine near bt-re. The child attempted to climb down the ladder, and was overcome by tbe gee. Mr. Armstrong attempted lib save him. but was overcome. Both bodies were recovered. 1'utuuiMU asii Aoa4Mtla itallurar. Th e CommUihwer have decided not to permit the Potomac and Anacoetta Railway Company to lay their tracks aVong Tenth street northwest, hut the following route will he token from the Baltimore ami Potomac Depot: From Sixth street to Louisiana avenue, theirs eastward to Fifth street, thence U) F street, and fthmg the Metropol&ajt rails to Eleventh street, thence along the rails of the Belt Line to B street. LoiuiaB't Mall Tuiuhlsi. LustMS, July W. Two hundred of the parcel postmen were dMirdaiml to day. The week tegs, protected by the nottce, are working alongside of the Unionists, who seem to be weakening. The delivery of letters is map ended Ut a few plaees. white in others there U a delay of two hours U the carrier service. HutLllag v Permits to build have bees issued to i. W. Smith, one two-story frame dwelling, FranUin street. Anaooatfct. tn cost IMft; W. XL Brown, two-story and n'flBIHMWHBP" PIHIpw 1e Vsf QflMlBw natliMsst to cost JrD-WB. Km. A- M. Rttef one use-story frame d weUiajt, to cost fl.5a. tertneostntf ttie ktiAatMt&'s tttltse. t'nitsd States Marshal HinijM wsmu none air and light for the f oie em Mf vtlh thai vi is having M i uiennl Mt cut through the sail, and r - - tlhea hmWistt aW teV tttkUteV Jtineael. m RpmnplPP W nnn Tm 'njmny tftf IjBfaifirfc If QmW llbMt Atmttl (Jm tsjBsB tliHk ul mil. Thik nMMiA ftttael lisB U tiJaeJ mmwMm kftfcor1 mUto m&'iwSSk MMOkr Ott by ktV- tiUeolvU it u, SOCIETY jN HAYTI. Seme or tl) 1'cmimr HrtiC Dews At Danritie rrtfe Tee average ball ftt !N FHwe. a fWnHne soricty affaW, nWI ttttwe m tMftg oharacterWSw. f -pd to arrive abrtwt 6 rrdk In tfce eretifBt, and to KayM urbre. Towr host, not vour JrofW, li the eo spicnous pt rnnage. Sh i nobody and nowhere In mrtleahir tht Is, ac cording to Hayti's ctl, sttj, a corre spondent of thePhHadnlBhhiylWri. Tom- host has setoeted a few of his gentlemen friends to assist him In re reiving. They meet th gtWBts tptm their arrival, ami etWrtt the hwlles to the ctresslng-room, ami, waiting for lhm. take them down to the graml salon, where the women, young ami old, are seated around the room ami left to themselves, the gentlemen congre- f rating out on the galleries until a dance s celled, when partners are chosen ami the wallflowers are brought forward. But the dance over, there Is no pleasant gossiping between the sexes no sitting on the stairs and all that, but the bulks are straightway led berk to their seats again and left to meditate or chatter among themselves. Two buffets have been set up for the occasion, one for the gentlemen out on the gallery, as a rule where drinks ami cigars are served, the other near the salon, for the ladles, supplied with light sweet wines and confections. A ball Is rather stupid for a woman, un less she has plenty of partners. Uven the display of fancy hosiery that Hay mnrkct belles delight In palls upon the yawning wearers after a time. Silting there, between the dances, they stretch out their slippered feet, and the effect of these bright stockings Is some com pensation for tho ennwAhey must en dure that tbe men, so merry outside, may enjoy their bell. The horseback parties up in tho mountains are a marked feature of Hayti's better social life. The CavaI cade starts off ot daybreak, or perhaps even earlier, the objective point some mountain cabin, where tho contents of the hampers will be spread, and possi bly beds provided for a night or two. Through tho beat of the day, from 0 until 4, tho party will loll about In tho denso shade, eating fruit, singing and ploying cards, tho delicious mountain air making it hard for a stranger to be lieve that he Is In the tropics, and to wonder why n sanitarium is not built upon these Invigorating heights. The Haytleb gentleman who would express tho ulmost courtesy tonstranger In Pott-atiPrlnce Invites him to uw his bath, tho highest distinction ho can offer, and one most gratefully appreci ated If the strangor Is staying at the one hotel ot the capital. Kvory Hay tlen. with any claims whatever to re spectability even, has a bath, a large swimming bath, as n rule, through which the clear, cold mountain strlfem Is tunning, nnd In which ho dives many times a day. Those swimming baths ato latticed pavilions, standing near the villas, their basins some ten or more feet fipmro or circular, with broad steps leading down to thorn. They are usually about thrco feut deep, but sometimes deepor, and nro furnished with every convenience for bathing. SHAKESPEARE'S SERVANTS. Itiilclnc rram the riy. 4,Iloli" In III Day tVn UnxatUfiictorjr. In the time of Shakespeare domestic service was In a state ot transition; the old system was decaying, the uew one springing Into life, and If one may be allowed to judge from casual references scattered throughout the nlavs of the poet, the new order does not appear to t'lutmberii' Journal to have been alto gether satisfactory. In ' King Lear," to take an exam ple, Jitnt ifcnouucefl 0mtUl, thu stew ard, as a "knave, a rascal, and eater of broken meats, a base, proud, shallow, beggarly, three suited, 100 pound, worsted-stocking knave!" Front Shakespeare's plays it furlhot appears that the servants of the period were companions and confidants of their master, and that they were generally sly and pilfering and players of practi cal Jokes. In treat families It was cus tomary for servants to take an oath of fidelity on their entrance Into oltk-e. I'otthiimoui alludes to the usage when be says of fmogtnt' servauts. Her atUiMUats are All sworn and bo sera We. The condition of servants at this period was, therefore, peculiar, and It Is clear that they were ruled by a curious mixture of stern discipline and great laxity. One method of enforcing obedience was by Imposing forfeits or fines, some of which are enumerated by Sir J. Harrington in his "Nugte Ah tlijua;." For being absent from prayers, for uttering aa oath, for leav ing a door open or "for any follower visiting the eook," a tine was In tile ted, while In another set of rules It is pro vldsd that If as; one tbU rule dotb break, Aud eut wore bresd ttau be tta est, feball to the box one pvnny pay. lit case an offender should refuse to pay "direct, without resistance," pro vision U made at tbe eoneluslon that: Ksea one here shall be assistance, Abu be that doth refuse to sM it) him ou psaay shall be pant. CttliroroU Mane, Vi em tht Xa Ytti t Sum. One of the flrst things which strikes sn Eastern man who goes out on the Paeinc Slope as queer Is the use of the word "fustier." The word has exactly the same sienUcnnce there as the word "hustler" does here, and is lavsriably' used by the Californians in place of the latter word. No one has yet explained the reason of the chaage in the initial letter. Another expression peculiar to Californians is "lie's a bird," corre-snflndtng- hi the Eastern expression lie's a dnisy," ami implying utat tlm gentlesuan referred to has great fsritlthw or powers in some one tmrtieulnr. ot :A. Xtu York fun. x vour nance is coming here nit week,' he said, as thny strolind along the bsarV "I am s field the eur little walks will then be oer." "1 don't know a hints! titnt, she an swesed slowly. "Yes." he said. "I am ahaUso. You see my flethCe Is Gosning hese then, too." 4Mtieke4 Vv Ksui, truth 14 ji I Uv4S VilittU- The Tart mil. iecioi.;ty ami the Silver bill all measures framtht wtta vital interest to the people are side barked by Ked in order that Congress y dtse iniquitous ways end mesa to win a ReyubUcen vu toty at the nolU nest fall. M is weU Vu keen this lit uc Mit'Vfr ha mind as we go along "Mandiaic tta retevtaut (set Where the hwofc sen riser med, 1 s vei&Mi ut uisidVuhi.i iSWiu njBsjsns wumanmssi hsaMeMS .iposr' at certain 3mesTbkh tn4tms toeguSriu aa vsaeMf many a Jl With deranimmeau oi i, Ut. Hnteei fasudte tv irrfBJMMl mft uf illimli'illTlll Mai VmJkkas It 1 T.; M"' Ifl"" , BWemBmBlMip tHMMI M "' um wmrm women, solub ejnm' w tMtuiH: jam um tm t mn facSuts that it wiU asm antiemetimi .tWW.imijmmamhniiiMigl Tt . ttUll kgAn'mndDeS b -i Jtart. W LIFELONG DANGER. Wtire rijii rtt tn lalty l'ertl of rautiia t.tfttr ti Hrf(m Trtntcrl. Strada Ktft, Ctrf's longest strfW, beglmiint m the vi -v edre of Aft fwrt sMe, lewts almost dt "orttt fwfd the vnko'J peh within a few fwt of ll.oflO feet above the level of the sen, and fully twenty eluht mftei away. The area of eowniry domlitntert by the mountain, and at timet subjected to oTerflew of lav., h astounding. Its elr cumference Is fully 170 mile and It de scribes an Irregular circle, of greatest dlamwer from north to svhUIi. Catanta steudii at the r xtreme of a southern de flection In Its southern segment. The Alcantara River, rising In its northwestern foothHh), flows to the northeast, then circles Its northern edge and finally sweeps attmml to the south feast Into the sea. Tlte Slmeteo River, having Its source at tire northeatt. near that of the Alcantara, circles the base, first to the southwest, then southward and then flows around ami Into the sea to the southeast, below Catania. From Catania to the mouth of the Alcantara the Ionian Sew on the east, running with almost a straight Wall of shore, cuts a thin segment out of this circle. But Within this extraordinary distinct circle of 170 miles there I not a square Inch of the earth's surface over which the lava 1ms not at some time poured, which one cannot now distinguish to be unadulterated lava soil, and which Is not subject to-day, or any other time, to a new coating of molten lava. The entire majestic contour of the mountain, broken here ami there by lescr volcauoes, Is visible from any point at this tremendous base-edge; but more strange than all else is the density of population within the lower and cul llvably luxuriant rim. Threading the base, along the seashores of the Alcan tara, around to the south along the Inner, or northern, shore of the Stmeteo, and crowding up to the Very edge of Ite lesser volcanoes, arc between sixty and seventy cities and villages, housing and every human being In life-long danger of destruction upward of 300, 000 souls- LEMON ELIXIR. A ricannnt r.rmon Drink. For UIllousnMS and constipation, take I.emon Elixir, For lmllcwtlmi awl fbnl stomach, take l.tmon Elixir. For sick ami nervwis lieedachss, take Lemon Kllxtr. For sleeplessness and nervousness, take Lemon F.lfxtr. For low ot appetite ami deMllty, take Lemon Elixir. For fevers, clilllsnml mlarla,take Lemon Elixir. Lemon Kllxtr will not fall you In any of the aliot o illteoses, all ot wbleh arte from a torpid or diseased liver, etomaeb, kidneys, liowels or blood. Trepsrsil only by Dr. II. Moslet, At lanta, (la. SOc. and $1.C0 per 'nttle. Sold liy dnt( gUts. A l'romlnoiit Milliliter Write. After ten jears of great tufterliiK from Imllgeetlon, with great nervous prostration, btllottsneM, OlforilereJ kidney ami consti pation, I have been cured by Dr. Motley's Lemon Elixir, and am now a wll man. Hev. C. O. D irn, RUI. M. K. Clitireb. South, No. '.88 Tstimll St.. Atlanta, (la. t'ltOrOSAT-S. MinBASUKY DKrAllTMBT. WASHINO J ton, I). C July S. lSW.-Sesled im-ummsM will be received at the oUtco f the super vUliik' Arcblteet, Itesinry Ueiwrtment. WaiMDftoti, D. V- nntll Su'elook p. in. on tbelsrrflBAY OPJl'LY. ISW.for farnWilmt and delivering drafting material for the above nameU office daring the Hcat year eod Inn.Inno SO, 18S1, In accord anoe with (be ipeel fieutton am eetiedu.e, wlilch may beolitalnwt tn application at ttiis office Kaoh bid mint bo nccomi-anltKl by a certified clck for 190 drawn to the unter of tbe Treaturer of tbe United States aa a guaranty for the wtiifae tory fulfillment of ton order and tbe delivery of tbe inflterlaU. Tb Department will re ject all bld received after tbe 1 1 ran Hied for opening tbe lame; alto alt bid which do not comply strictly with all the requirements ot thU Invitation rroponaW mut be Indexed In envelope, ealwl and Indoned "rronoaat tor FnrnUblDg and Delivering Drafting State rials for OlMee of SupervMng Architect, Treatery Department, Washington. D. C" and addrexnt to JAMK8 II. WI.NDK1M, 8aperilng Architect. jTti.eod,t STKCIAL .NUTICH. (rarNOTICE-TIIK ANNUAL MEBT1NO s3 of tbe utoekBohlew of tbe National Union Insurance Co. of WatWagtoB for the elaettoii ot directors will be beld ar tbeoftloe ot tb eempany MONDAY. JULY li.tew. foil epen from I to t o'ekttk ) m. N011I.E P. LAKNBlt. Secreury. Jy.Tt ftgfcr-CHARTEHED BY CONQRK48 1SH. FIiaXICLlX IXSl'ltAXCi: CO. OF WASHINUTON. D. C. CAPITAL AND SUrLUS, SSmtflO. Hu never conteeted a lone by are. bet alway wakee prooirt and liberal aUJuetaunU. Dr. Daalel II. Clarke, prM't; Reerga E. Lmbos, rleepreu't; CaarltwS Bradley, treaa ;l. fen wlk Yeong, aec'y; WIU P. Doteter. aa't tee'y. Ju,3 a-arTgJIfOHAHY OFFICE OF THE VTASIUNorrON IX)AN AND TRUST COMPANY. loot FstreM b.w. CAPITAL !tCK. Thia coutpaay bMe eerttteaMM of Jpu.lt beartog tettirest s felWws: On all anooata depeefied fur slasty day or were, bet m than U BUAths. i per csi. car asaasa: u per eeet. on depooltii for win tawt six bobum. but Iw taasa yearaadt pereeat. ob UfIU of one year oc loaesr bueereJ MVsMiit for aate. Money loaaed. W. B. JtOBtaOK. See. II. H WAHNSX.rw. DJKBCTOIitS: CharbH H. HaHer. GeoHM F. Senaler. jsaws l. naruinr, eaorav B. Bartot. nwaara w.twy, Meraee p- iasi 4.4. Bi cbarhM i. FainWr, . AHrt V. Fo. O. C tSreu, WlUbuB B Cartof. ertnSSker A. S.W, J WIU.IAJ1 LBS masemmm to Henry Lm" unBtsraKut. mr.,ya.v,w.. Hraneh Omoo, teg Varftaad are- . w. JDlt WHIT. OUUtUfOflSMT, flasjHA from tax &&a atthr VMtt Br. wiate ImflMe dUttiMim ltf fftiflT WH 0HMff iQOt emaB1JhUn&wt! &" t,Miewatmmno' (or TUB WUTtUHK BtlVATO of fif-i-a tub neer sutvAToiis tb wokld Oca kve besawu tntotae bestbtuid tans & wssMagtos bt tbe last two years by us. feJwsteepruaHitlyfernlalm't. Atkuasut (or the WarthUigton bssm) Purt JJ1" 4' mjne stoss. ot nngue aaa mmeM, rumps iterator on hand alarum ' i" " lo ' aetwKu ti LAWBK ISIWtffr' 1 ItslsBJ! -rsesSBJsasKctarer'-B. tbscky. CW new saaoes- nssiMnwg sae ,w and feft bats altoreCtu tbe 0r4ees piosBMtly sMeaded te. aawsjsKssaa. w mt"9X N4W U.W YiK'R ,aiKTS w ButdS bi use of the bk tbrtt eastern in tswrleti Frice mmus a? th tsanirsMi cauen c-barse. P. T BALL, m ssaw J.QHNP.AQNEW&00 VJMjfaiiiiJtf I tut MitTiiH fflmMrr 99HsWSev P K9& wsP ibW Omem tmw-vm- foan ISJMftan- SJU: t or. m u sntf 80. ece Tt"' F" SOt-t.'.M-'l !. TtoaaswieiiTvaie, J. S. fetaninTafnlit. isntkrf. talbett. L.B'wtne. S. V. Voniwaid. Wnklaaan, Save Your Hair BY atimely nuc of Ayr Unit VlRWr. Thin preparation has no eqwat as a dressing. It keep th sralp rlean, cool, and healthy, and jweaerTM the color, fnllwss, and hwwty ot th h1r. "I wo rantdly neconttnf bald anil Kay : tmt wt nstng two ot three tttes of Ayer'S ITatr rtgor my hair grew thlctt and gtonsy and the original color was reirtowd.' Melvm AWfrteh, Carman Centre, s. ft. ' 3ove ttw as I lost all mf hatr In cpnueqwew ot wat. After tine watting, no w growth appeared. I then nefd Ayefs Haft Vigor and my tatlrgrew Thick and Strong. It ha arnmrentty ceww to stay Th VHrwis evblentty agtwt W tonatnre," J. It. WllHnrns, novesTltte, Texas. "I have used Ayw's Hair Vigor for the ptxrt fonr or fire yenrs ami find it a most snttartaetory dreeetna; for the hair. It Is all I eonM destre, being harmless. cAttstng the hair to retain Its natural rotor, ami requiring tmt a smelt qnantlty to render the hair easy to arrange." Mrs. M. A. lletley, 9 Charles street, HaverhlUt Slass. " I have 1n using Ayer's ITalr Vigor for several years, and believe that it has catMil mv hair to retain Its natnral color." Mrs. II. J. King, Healer in Dry Goods, &c, Blauopvllle, Mil. Ayer's Hair Vigor, rnr.rjinr.D nr Dr. J. C. Ayer St Co., Lowell, Mass. Bokl by DrajglirtiiaBd Perfttmrri. KtltJCATIIINAT., rniiE NonwooD institutb. KxirnetfrtmapriroteUtUTt "In reply to yoor request for my advleo as to a good eehool for yonr danghter, I en with conddenee recommend Jtr. nnd Mrs. CabeU'n Norwood Institute, In Woh!ngton, D. C. Tbe standard of eoholarshlp there Is blgb, tho Instruction tborongh and the Influ ences good. L. (J. C. LASAn, Jnitlce U, S. Supreme Coart." Tho eebool opene Sept. SO. ansB-d AUf WANTEtl IIKLr. Adtertlimunlt under IAU litad, fmrUiutor iff, its emit for otn Irtitrtkm; B0 ctnli ter thru. WANTKD-A WHITE OtltL FOU OKN eral honework In a small family, man, wife and boy 8 years old! Oerraan pre ferred; to tbe right party a pleasant home nnd good wages assured, Apply at No, loos o st n w. -7ANTED-riY A OOOI) COLOUKD LAUN YV UrOTS, washing and Ironing to do at home; reference given. Apply 1810 N It ay. AN ABLE ADVKrtTlSINO, INSUItANCB, Safe, Ughtnlng-rod-or Book Aeent,or lterorter, of great eavolr falre, for Itterary work. Large salary. Write London & Hart ford Pub. Co.. N. Y. WANTED MISCKLLANKOUS. Atittrtttmnnti imttrr inu hfd,fir Hhhot Utt, S6 ttnii fir en bwrtfim: SO rtnU fvr Mm. t FEW DBSIHAHLK HOOM3, WITn steam power, good elevator service and flrst olass janltorshlp. In the POST IIUILDINO. for rent at low rates to ftrst-olaw tenants. ApiJy to STIIJBON ni'TCHINU, Post llulWlng. or FKANK MAOUIUE, Superin tendent. I'HKMINAI.. AdHTtlHirunU wtr Mt af, fmr Hiut or lt, titnUr etu (MerHetw; to MM ttr thru. XTOV IS THE TIME. WK WILL TAY X "big money" for gents' flrl-las see-oml-bsml clothing. Address or eall at JUhTH'8 OLD 8TAND. 819 D rt. n. w. rou ui:st itooMS. AdttrHtttMnU tmitr IMi Aestf, fomrllmivr tut, X ch!i for on imtrHm: 50 emu for thru. HANDSOME FURNISHED ItOOMS, EN suite or tingle, at tbe lluektngbata, 90 1Mb st n w, overlooking MoPbersoa Square. CbolceUble. I?OK BENT-TWO FUHNIsnED HOOMS, ' suitable for gentlemen. No. 908 M at n w. Foit SAr.K iiocsr.M. AdrrrlUttnmU ututtr tU lUaJ, fmrlUuier I Un, X centt for on tmertten; 50 ctnfjer thru, , FOR SALE-A BAROAtN IF SOLD AT 1 once; 3-story aad basement brick bouse; 7 roonu and bath; all mod Imps; situated at 1 No. 4UIstBw; prlee fl.S0O: terns one-third cash, balance 1, S sad a yean. Apoly loJKANCISHl'FTY.lSOlFstBW.' fi7 0O I T?OR BALE-IN ALEXANDRIA. ROOM I l: frame bouse, just onwaing; nyurastia yard; tot ISsllS; saog luaei prlee, I'M, Ap ply to ROBERT J. THOMAS, Room No. 3, f 1Mb st. T?OR SALE THHEE OF THE CTIEAPBST I X' bouses In Washington, iw.uw sad no llth sine; two-story and bosesieat, brown stone trlmslngs; 7 rooms aad bath; eieetrte bells aad gai: price, S3.SCO each, $500 oash balance to suit or trade for good low. lTOIl SALE SUSCELLANKOUI. Adrtofuunt vivttr Ml Kmt, four Hiut or Uii, as cti for on inurtionj 50 cmltfor thru. F0' H SALE-trs-SPKCIAL bTAR, 41-INCH, stluiit racbat. I nickel, atwulutttlr atr t set condition. AddreMorapplyaatAstse. COUNTHY HEAL ESTATE. Fl R SALE ABOUT 17 ACRES ON 3D ST n a atmuta.l j-ii tins Una st.t ttui t2lrtniy. ton ob4 Soblirk' Huuu Rallwav. baimz i twrt ot tbe Mtaie ot tke Uto ChM JasUoe Cbase, now eaUed "Bdewood;" a good ooportaaUy ter niveston. For nartloulars. anott. ate.. laoatreotCHAPIN BROWN, set li M a w. sio.sr;v to loan. M OK BY TO LOAN ON REAL B6TATE OR ant visas ssi-urai at kwM istw tn Internet, Ko Aatay where seenrsty U O. C. UftSBN am rt t a w. It 1 OJJEY TO LOAN ON OOO0 SEOt'WTY. 1 1 TPH.E CA. . tre La e. M OMSY. IK ALL SUMS. TO LOAN OK REAL HsrTATK S8CCRITY. AT t AND S PMt CENT. M M. PlsHtBE, wisr m u OktEY TO LOAN inanass so suit On AHeorssfRaeJ Batata SavHUitF, n. a. warsir a oa. war sta w. St'. RILL. REAL BnTATX iW Utm . JfemesiastasU part. oftSdtyT jOto see jftrIasarsaye Ceraet itE aaA Fats a w. Ls BroR nufldlas. OttMMtljsiltiNEK UF BRIS!. SS. BUS ySaS S. BCtiDY, IXkM'E OF tUOs BOK ALL ann Turrtuesea. as ui. sssl. 111S l' ktrt. MiuUr of Wttahhiglun Stui'L tM'UuuKe. Alt lerul asovka aiul ssvurlUea bwuskt stud tekL Grscd U : gat and Saars PIANO-FORTES. HwJa. !tf ' , .'ihaacrs , aivitvU ' . t -r Nsvt Atmani. ulk -t6BBsr Dc55Tl E ART " PtAJe mx RW aetiwne' beait at Ail Prioes. BS7 Msrktt ifvnce. i i i w roR RriT-noi m AUTrmwtmtnn vnnr rtt mad, ftrrr Hw m fcw, SSfenfr for on Inm-fHm: SOeenflr fnr'rtt. RlDlt R WtTU5Fli Kit ISM HO rtlateaw.T7rr... sflgf itistmsav,i?rsinMiieaM -Sfi lfl!Kn.lSn mm il cown ave, 175 injiei.wri wo mxttit.m. 18 8 a w, t r Its rsrowthstBw.itr itw 0 ot n w. ll ft ir F st a , WI4stjiw.Mrt......, s Jtjtn w, Jrt..u.. .. ie Chspfn st a w. n ft.. roimhtn,lja,.,... iMtharWrt IMS o t n w. if r 987 s n n w, Wif. WdSrtB w, 919. tJisitnf.w iw Jtonebtnt isti tAttmnHa w. it. liithstn w, f. liWMIUI CT.j. ...... . iminhitB w.f .. icmhitnw, T rs.. SlPt,Tf..... ItlSISthetn'ir.Srs... Wit lttb st a w, rs. lM7Qst,Tr nnm n w, str and 4wg. SdCeOMs w.trs SOSltthstnw.Sn.. W15NTs.vs.SM... ltllLrtnw.Trt.... l4ftSthMn W. 9rS.. ISSi SSth st n w. S M Kllth st nw.tr MtniiKSiir.lM ei mbstB w.Srs si6Ksts w,8r sere lSMtl stsw.Brs lew lS91titHnw,8rs The above boees ea be examhWAi by nef- att from our ofHce only. . Thomas J Ffsnsn A CO., im Fst.n. w. T7H)rt HENT-TWO BRAND NEW SIX X room frame house, hlb ned dry teen Uonj near ebnrebs ami public, rut In Unlontown. Inquire of A. BBnftEND,8H sin w FOIt HALB ANII IIHNT. -jnikh B8TATE DULLKTIN THOMAS E. WAOOAMAN, 917 F street. Changes made Wrdneedars and Satnrdays. 8-STOn.T BIUCK AND FItAME U003K8 FOB SALE. 99 B st s w. b H, 18 rs tSXP0 SietnSMiMd nvesw.bh.trs ISrfgJ lBlSECapst ne.bh.9rs S.8F0 916 Gets W, bh, 7rs MOD 1114 and 1116 eth st s w, b b, 7 r, ami 1 r hrear S.W) 4(flnMe8lithstsw.bb,ml, Srs.... MOO S07 nnd tee Va ave and MS 8th st and S unimproved lots, se 4 SBB Wl lolMSTDstse, fh.Srs 3,000 301 nth st se, bh. r 3.HX) MSlltbstse, bh.8 rs . MtanilMIMsts w, f li, Irs .ep One and 911 1st se. f h. &rs S.S0O 44SI stsw.bh.S rs 100 setUstsw. f b, 5rs 100 Alley betStli awl 7th, O nsd K sts s e, l.h.Srs 1A W lSth ft s e, f h. Srs 1,R 10S8 S Cap st. b li, S r !.) 1S45 lo lAUHstse, ( b.Sneanti l,fl D0 alley bet O and H, 9th and ieth sts sw,f1i.7rs 1.W) 7 Hope ave s e, b h, 4 rs W0 HOUSES FOR RENT. Per month. 1SK L st B w, T rs ? 14l(Jstn W,9r...."" 4S0O 1319 Corcoran st n w, tt rs ) isvi nth ttnw.srs si so sillststs w, srs ioo lSiSVstn w.Srs H) 7Kstnw,7rs W 90 Bm7thst ne.8 rs BO line ami 111 Ost se. In no 00 7f 1Mb st n w, i n ISM 13 Myrtle it ne. 7 rs 17 00 .MSI Prospeet ave n w.Srs inert 1 C st s e, rs , to SO ST0HB8, OFFICB. KTC. StranddtvgllTOOstiie. Sr $) ft) Str and dwg9NSG sts w.Srs tlW Booms 9 and 19. id floor see isth st . . . . 39 W Str and dwg IStI Md ave n e. 8 rs 1JT M 8 La are. -lib floor. 3 rs M Str and dwg 1W0 Del nvesw,7rs O) Hoim 11 3d floor, eSS 15th st n w 10 CO set 11th st n w, front rm, 3d floor 09 Storeroom 4VI L st s e 8 ft) LOANS. In sums to suit at S per eeet. The above Is only a portion of tbe property on ray books. For full list eall at offlee fer bulletin. Issued on tbe lit and 15th. UNPBECBDKNTBD ATTRACTION! OVER A MILLION DtsTMIBUTED. tcli o. L-i LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY GO. Incorporated by tbe Legislature for educa tional and charltabl purposes, and Its Iran ebbe made a part of tbe present State tV stltutlon.ln 1879, by an ovkkwhslin roru- LAR VOTE JU OttAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAW INGS take place Send-Annually (June and December), and Its OltAND 8IN01.E NUM BER DRaVVINOS uke place la eaob ot tbe other tea months In tbe year, sad are alt drawn la public, at tbe Academy of Masts, New Orleass, La. "We do hereby cwrtiry that we supervise tbe arrangements for all tbe Monthly and Sent Annual Drawings of tbe Loutetaaa State Lottery Co., and la person manage sad con trol tbe drawings tbeawelros, and that tae sate are epsdueted with honesty, taJraew sad In good faith toward all parties, and we authorise tbe company to use this eertlaoate, with fan simile of our signature attaoBvd, la Its sdvertissateats." Jf J rtvofrS jT Couimtsstoners. We tbe aadmicaed banks aad bankers it III pay all prtsw drawn Is tae LoMbdaaa State LMtertes wbleh ssay be presented at oerooeaters; R.M. WALMSLEY. Frest La. Nat. Bask. P. LANAUX, Prea't state Not. Baak. A. BALDWIN. Pres't N. O. Nat. Kauk. CARL HORN, Fres't Ualoa Nat. Bank 8RAND MONTHLY DRAWING will take plaee AT THE ACADiMY OF MUilC. NEW ORLEANS. Tt BSDAY. Jl'LY 15. le9. CAPITAL PRIZE mm tesgtatTleasts at ; Halves, 1S; Qaarters, SSt Tsatsx. te; Twoattetae. tt. LIST OF PttiZBb. OFSSSkasls.. OP UkMWts OF 50JW1.. 5f mm. jpjgej 35S tajatt mm stvnu mm or mm aw nwafe. ijeeafa or lo? trraosuuTMMi rauas- MSfsiacaof : SteMcsMuf too Prises of riuukii. mua SejFrtsesoSMgaje. ftli&U AKVfi WASTtffi" EVBRYWttltitJt aaasaui ansfiassnat1 ta&usna; 7Stnmy t? ttiesnwieiaesH fowstTi ntseat vast Knssner. Sesse rajElf as- eensew.wnj oesssaxe an sniwlone searfnsycitf tsll so- lttPOelTANT. All oroinary Letters cuatstaiajf PjuI lert TsBJinai' TatnlsBii 'Bses'asnj rBSSBBSW jesssss CBB&BSBBBtfUaal flC Jftllfc AMreiwed ' taMMi? UMeMsV WW wft wwSWMft IUA M. A. DAUPHIX, AtffutflW Itocliil prad lfT0ffi 4MMfti&JitC if rclsCJ to VSW QSLMAW N4"rtO4X H4Se SsMV SsKttAsUs JA. ot vetsea Is WAlAjTUa Sir FOUR KATttIAX SAnnsor new unaans, sun. use , uSarunuJ rucau ant tacocaizad tn tho Ijw tha pruaviaiir at u Uigbost uonrts. Therafyes, ossrare uf si -atf tatbs or sAonyeiona ssasssses- olwsnWBOTATtSie54d that tk Louiatua State LjtCu. ha a OOJi WACT WKh Uu 4atti of Louisiana vbku t$?ax EJFH tnn vstti PIL 4, W-V Hs5.BJHsW HE.RRQN UAJilL RAtWY & RAMEY, Ml-iim WaJiisitoe .c. !::""'.'.:;::"::::. stoBemen w t n Rhwfn. 1 t urn i pbjII 1 rln nBBUK rayajn mum iS? a" 91 ass Sat ate tw'JHinicura i tfcn asrm wrl ss I ? LTE? mss FOR SALE! HOUSES. tVeffsyy Mni Bseswestt BBsbsjsb Wriek mjwt tXl BMttni lijiJMBj iMMt9; sttMte GwsjiiJ etTHt, fewenCweffife. 471 PrtM, feoo. Htswy trttMtawe,TrRBlsM)nt; tltnste ow Sfito itrwL tsjtweee S aiM C w. tn ww, ww- 8-rtory brick hettse, eowtatntM 9 rooms smi bstn; site of tot, 18x7-, sttwrte m U rtrt 8W. 48 Price, ,TOn. 9-t4rT swt bwcktrotWtn brlek ifwlBntitE, contstmer 1" roocM; sit mnrtern Iwpwve- awnu; Mioete em cotbt w riiatn sna u streets sw. 488 re f,wo. a-etory brink hone, 8 roos t bath; sttaale on 1. street, between Nertk Ceprtol bb1 First etreets nw. 408 rrtce, W,,W0. 3-story brick bouse, coBtatotBC IS rooms; nil modern rraproTewients; sltaate Mo. frti E street nw. 496 rrtce, JKLm 9-fttorr brtck aoaee, 10 rooms: elte ot lot, attain; slttiale No. 143C N tt, nw. 381 rrke,$10,fXfl. -story and bemt; brick bowfe, ? rooms an4 tmtb; sltaate on New Hampshire avenues bet. I, nail M itf. aw, 408 I'rtee, tVX). 3-Mory 6-room brick bowse; tttnste on Cleveland are,, bet, 1Mb aSw ldtb, W and lkmmlsry. 406 rrtte, $!,". 9tory 6-roem bytek houw, ob Wallach nsee. 4S1 rriee, 14,900. S'Slory 9-roeA brkk henee; fttusle on Wnllacb risce, 44 Prfee, $8,100. 3-etory brick house, eonUInleg 11 rooms ami txitli: iml all modets Improventents; sttHste No. 199X) Q tt. b. w 4M) Trke, tttsfX. lraproyet property on tke nortb 4de ot O st., wide front. 444 rrtce, Hft,wio. A large stable property In a (ieeJraMt lo cation; now under lease to oo! tenant, paying 0 per cent. 317 rrke, J) 494 Frame dwelling, (5 rant are., Meuut nsnt, Price, $7,000. 4B0 Four alley bouse, containing I rooms; each rent for $15 per Bsesnh. Price, ft5,50O. 4?R 8-room frame bouse, lot S0i?., on L st. sc Price, fe,600. 407 3-etorr ami cellar brick boiwe, 9 rooms nd bstb: sltaate on Columbia Heights. Price, $10,000. llonsrs at rails Ulinreh, Va, A new cottsee, sltaate only 3 ralautes' walk front Fall Church stations, W. it O. R. K., Va., containing 6 roeme, bath, pan try, and trunk room; etie ot tot, lloilV) fret. Price, $8,100. Terms eay. A LSD A sew cottsae, sltoste only S mlBiites' walk front Fall Cbnrek station, W. it O. R. H., Vs., ceatatBiBs;, parlor, dln!nK-roo, kltcbee, 4 BSst-roems, bath, ssrvants' room ana attte. Price, $3,A00. Terms easy. TacMiil (Jroimil Xorlheast "lid Nonlli. east. All ol square 3KM... " ioa.,. ii goata ....... ....a,... ,..... BC 35 loyt.................. 35 1061 Hid 1018 0c 1111 9Rc A0ststa.se.easf e JW tS tns asssassee vOtf IK'MSMSH sasssae aXJ slttstssitssMtssisS KN lont... asa im, 37tc liAWnxeo.-ieeanse TC lvisH seaeeeeeeeaeeeese a! "vtteeeeeaseeeetseea "W HVss se.saasstss4-ts evC 1M.5 50c it)-............,........ 5e 1"W, ...... .-..- ..a..,........ tVQ btlM.. .,..... .- a........ COS IW... ....... ......... Sv IW".... ... .,.-, .....,. v Ilsltot 4 lots S a l s l 4 1 1 1 S a n a 10 7 it i it llonsrs Is Alexandria, Va, S-stery BrteK awetUae, IS roosni, witn ofnee sbbsx sad larjw sttte lets; sstwate en eor. ttuVe sad Et, Asank ts.; let TSisV. $400. 3-etory sad back IwsIIsMbk dwsIRnn. C"B t&Minria rooms sad both; lot lfo, wt uste ho. Sit Priace st. Price, r,VW S-Uory sad back buildtajr brlek aouar, eoBtslsiwg IS rooms; sweats on seataeast ear. Prises sad Patttek sts. 4W Price, WSM. 4-Mory brick dweiltat; nense, ssaflt tn the meat tnkstantlal manner, eerrfstntsg M meats; she at let JmxlH. W prica, w.mo a-etMV and back buUiUae brtek houtt-, rnnlataiBi S i, situate en Lnhsmbus st., aear Prince. tfiS Price, 14,400. ttsS-tVstnty brtck ttmeUtnc as con tstntnir 10 reosss and all moilrts taspieye sttaU; large able ysnti tttttate en cor. Wasldnffton sad Canueen ass., ennoaite OidCWst Chntek, AteTiiasWe, Ya. This It the heat tfcnatton in ileranttiw, Prke, fOUL Taiaas-OsvirtMM cash, haloid one sad two yesrs. -AXiW WiiOLE SQUARES -OC- ROSSLYN. RANCIS H1IFTY RmiI Kstata Bpoir, MM r-suees. WintlatMBtein. B, c.