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w THE DAILY CIttTIC, TUESDAY EVENING, JULY IB, 1800. b Ut k. ' ' 1 AT THE GUPITOL lWERPTlWS Of TUB SENATE m tllE HOUSE fO-DAT. 1 the sundry cmt ill mam. The AMitioMl Clwfcs Wanted -ftr Pensioa Oice Work, CUSTOMS APPRAISERS TO BE CONFIRMED. last Night's Caneirs-Ie OtMtafoae UneatisfaeteryTljere Will lo No (hf ftt the Sfiaie. The Senate this motnlnjr pmal Em fttc bill granting to th State of Wash Ington a section of pttMIc lftml for a Soldiers' Home and as ft training ground for the State mllltln, The Benhte then resumed coiwltlera Hon of the Sundry Civil Appropriation Mil. the first item being one of $800, 000 for surveying the public lands the committee recommending an In crease to $000,000. Mr. Gorman spoke, explaining the amendment, wbloh was to throw open to settlement the lands Intended by the act nf 18S8 to bo reserved for Irrigation, The llouso, after routlno business, 'went into Committee of the Whole on the bill appropriating $080,180 for ad ditional clerical force for the Pension Office, after agreeing to n motion that the general debate be limited to two hours. To ry ilatgkn. The House Committee on Claims to day made a favorablo report on the claim of Thomas P. Morgan, and re commended the substitution of the f enato for tho llouso bill. The claim Is for work done In the Norfolk Navy- Yard in 1881 '82 and declared for feited because not done in contract time. It Is for $4,803.04. It has been before Congress ever since. The Appraisers to lie Confirmed. The Senate Finance Committee this morning ordered n favorablo report on the nominations of tho flvo members of the General Hoard of Appraisers recently appointed by the President. Tho only discussion was ovor tho names of Messrs. ShaTpond Jowoll of Now York, against whom there, was some fcollng on the part of tho Democratic and Re publican members of tho committee icrpccllvely, Tho committee ordered a favorablo tcporton the bill to regulate national bank circulation. A Locnl Illll. Mr. Faulkner, from tho Senate Dis trict Committee, today reported, with" amendments, a bill (S. 4110) granting the right of way to the Metropolitan Southern Ilallroad Com pany through tho property of the United States in Montgomery County, Md. The most matorial amendment is the one terminating the privileges granted at tho pleasure of the Secretary of War in case of persistent neglect by the company or its successors to comply with the regulations Included In the net, OPPOSITION TO THEFOKCE DILL. THE CONCLUSIONS OV THE BBNATK OAU IX 8 IliaiILT UNSATISFAOTOIIY, It is certain that tho Republican ex tremists are not so blltho and chipper as they have boon during the past few days. Tho caucus of last night was not the blight and shining auccoss that Its projectors proudly hoped for. Tho night was hot, the room was close and there were eighteen absentees. Only thirty-one out of a possible forty-nine is not a brilliant score at any sporting event. Henoe the gladiators of the Forum feel tired. This morning they feel weary, ami ask among themselves, "Why Is this thust" And the only answer Is a cold proflt lees echo "Why?" A difference of opinion was dis played among those who sweltered about their country's altar. The ex tremists were compelled to'abato their demands somewhat and elve the mod erates a chance. The difference was not great, perhaps, but, like the lata Mr. Meroutlo's well-known wound, "'twould do." The rule as adopted changed the proposition from a cut-off after "three days" to a out-off "after a reasonable lime" That may be construed Into meaning anything or nothing. Tho traditional coach and four ean be driven through It and not graze the tides. Whether the absence of the noble i Id band of eigbtsen meant anything r cot is as may. The grand old states man may have dined long and well, ard felt too eomfertable to go; or they ir.ay have dined short and III, and felt ico uncomfortable to go. As remarked, tbfs is as may be. It will be reealld that the chairman if the Judiciary Committee (if the Home. Mr. E. B. Taylor, was wasted to attend a night session af his commit tee. He sent word he didn't feel well, and for the committee just to go ahead and fix things up to suit thetaeelve, acd he would be suited. Again at the last oae or two of the four caueussea of the Home IUfwUT iscs, the attendance was oaly about a hundred. Hut UwUi be aotkad that the action of Uumw wks? did atteadwas vtry binding. Hut the action of Use Senate caucus Lave never beast regard al as biaditur m it,ht of the Hatue wiMJMita. Tiw fact appears to be that tka efcMcea aw after Ulagaiiia thajaawggya a Federal UeciTuD law. Tie tang U in Dm way, ji. uch to the disgust of the exlMwe au-vt-caus vl a Fotee bill. Bet the tariff U U the way .md it can't well he yot out. It will have to 1ms caru'ldnmil and acted upon. Debate can't ttf shut f w k, bod may run till the saw? Mm, U the sm luns so will. THE BPBAKligCBBATfii A SMIUS, AMI SIS. U-W0JMS T vaWawattTr SJb. ShfSBv V? Tttl HI0W- Bpt ate Mend emM lmwhOr Dtuiocratk- aUk at the Bojs to th urn tinte yefttmada after aeon It eesssd isg a 4irutv Usually h k Bwjl a i.uuitua to -'daacUttW " Q a (a tie ULtttibera niwat: bats (Mb tfaw tbvic iwre oulv 191 fiFdU WjfchH n tu. Atkinson numed to go kato Comiwittm . t thv Wlwk fur the uuruate o eoy M.kiicg tt WU gtvia taePwueyl aiii4 Railroad Comdex uciaai l kaKe room in the Dlauici ol Qaiuw- uiimucd hm voli4,Sil . . in uf ma msotlir1 Xti I:c J Lidwly vom wtd hagf to conaI .,. iUi vWw- nm mm cowatid li i.:uiUr feU atom HMBtf aboM ol ;u KUMU l. SO Ute QiMtlutl a i u- iUiC-v As uieadteiii droptd in oti cither We at the varlnus doorways the Speaker noted them. Anvi Cum mlngs entered with bis tall gray hat on, d jaMMfly ndsed it, m much m to sayr "Good morMsg, ol fellow'" Thw 9itaiikHooked oidm an mentally ex claimed: "One fifty eight elht more jweded." Then Mr. ffnrrows entered, and swing the tttfthjL w1aka at tne Speaker, as if, to tf: 'Tfnterl't jiJnnHid me yet, old man," and the speaker noted him. Finaily. at the end of about a daeen , mhrttes, tae spin ws broken ami tke Speaker announced- "One hundred ami sixty-six members present a quo rum. Mr. Bunnell of Mlnnecoto please take the chair, alike Hotite k M Gem mlttee of tko WS., Even the Democrats smiled at the neatness ami oeelaen of tke preeeed inf . NO M011E PUULIC BDILDINQS. SO 8ATS STBAKRR HBSB, AJO) BTSRT BOIT IS MAO. Speaker Reed has tatted Ms ftt, "No more public building bills." To say that the members, particularly those of his own party, are nwd, is 1 1 put it mildly. Many a man's renom 1 nation depends upon his ability to get a puttlle building In bis district, and If they don't succeed they are permitted to Worn a private station, one which though honorable appears to have no chatms for a man who has once tasted the sweets of power and plaee. The Itepubllcan members are very angry and wild threats of the terrible things they will do are made. It looks as though the spirit of revolt will break forth. Hut the Speaker doesn't seem to care how soon the break comes, very likely because he is serenely confident it will not break. Many a man's public career will end and his political epitaph read that he came to an Untimely end because he couldn't get a public bulldlne for his district. " FELLED mm A CUE, A Iloj'd Skull Frnctnreil rur Interfer ing With n Onme. Henry McCarthy and a boy named Hopkins were engaged in playing a gamo of pool In tho Globe Theatre building yesterday aftornoon, when John Myers came In and offered to bet on tho game. Hopkins was his enolec and thu pamo was proceeded with. Myers insisted on coaching Hopkins and showed him a shot which gave him n position and resulted in winning the gamo for him, McCarthy objected to this inter ference in tho game, and some wonls cniucd between him and Myers. Be fore Hopkins could Interfere McCarthy struck Myers over tho head with a heavy billiard cue, felling him to the tloor. After inflicting tho blow Mc Carthy ran out of the door. Oftlcors Button and Wnnoll convoyed the lu jnred boy to tho Emergency Hospital, where It was found that his skull had been fractured. Labor Men In Council. At a meeting of the United labor League last night, a resolution was pasted asking n consolidation of the other labor organizations. President Hodnctt appointed a number of com mittees for tho Irlsh-Atnorlcan League, and the mcetlntr adjourned. Convoylnc llrlctson'a Itemtilm to Suction. This morning Secretary Tracy re voked thu order of tho Essex, which was to have conveyed the remains of the late Invontor Ericsson to Sweden. The new cruiser Baltimore will prob ably be selected for the mission. White In Wellington, D. Shepherd White arrived hore late this aftornoon In company with L. Lusby of Lexington and B. B. Jeffries of Frankfort, Ky. IIuto a Itlsht to Kxpect, from Iki -W York Trlium. The measures on which millions of Republicans desire and have a right to expect action by their servants in tho Senate are tho Tariff bill and the Elec tion bill. If any Senator Imagines that Republican voters have no general or strong Interest in these measurea, or will see either of them put aside or post poned without Indignation, be makes a great mistake. Slunncer SIoi' Queer Mitcol, 1'run it J'rttUttit Jtmrnoi. - Theodore Moss, the manager of the Star Theatre, has a mascot in the shape of a small spider. In the burning heats of summer Mr. Moss' familiar face is overshadowed by a white tile. In this the spider has spun himself a web and is happy and undisturbed. Theodore Is proud of him as the harbinger of food fortune. One bad debt of nearly 3.000 has been paid since the spider set up his spinning factory In the man ager's bat. Yc, There U a Limit. Fioh tlu .Vw York lUeaU. We see that there Is a limit beyond which even the present Itepubllcan leaders hesitate to step. It Indicates that a remnant of the eotiseienee whled once characterised that party still lingers to warn it against self-destrue- liON. . . A Gooil Opinion ut Utuuelf, He (class of ') When Adam delved and Eve spaa, who waetlnw the ge41e Btanr She When Cain eons back frow college, be probably thought CaJa was uaktt things bavea't efeMgad mightily. Will Iure a Democrat, Jf any tWaar wese needed to iasstse tae ekciioa of a Deaaocfatie President it wouki In the spectacle of Johnny Davenport a saining Quay aad Dudley to appoint a T Insist uf Jefft4jiiiva, An IwiwMlble Animal. JUU3im Yttklukp. "I kave an klea that Hajeabv is soate tWag of a Iter hi," " Wao. a sa an has a tdac daw that will petfofai hb Uieks wheat tway a' ve ceKBpaay. Ibe Ke UinnMnn. itoaearit (sluTtsi to pap Tip you evr VotuiMt on iuUaiSy, Mu. Qothtml TIm WUkw flterhaai-I havea't taougmt lwick ahstu k jt. Tlsa 8ih inlian taok wuitv ntt&t 1 taha aad &c-tejw mS uav nnfitf was iMgjAAAid. tlt A a A g . .. fiavAffaUaaaaaaaiL sB?' 'Bflp iBiB""""a from U4 m 9m -Maud-Jack propiaad to am we wcie in the surf tuaethat SaalaasVuf- Vi'iie Yet I wai aSbwt ae saiai duck w if I didn't. H wiM( WMMto mm- Kow that ataetey hw fouwi Uviatf atoaa and rescued late VithB aa saajf v,,e rnnaiiMattli- iMalinilir k aMMna HB'Bi V'nBaVBBVBaiBPBBP'"' B "F pBepeBfBMBB anthsx io suited to sis tajaatj; but B be isa wait uatji m ct get eat K '. king tve B Buxikun. IMPORTANT RULING. THB CIVIL Snmi COMMISSION AM m mimr mail snme& Aftornef-icnerat MHIer Deelilw In lSrnr ortho ftitntlom!r8"Trnw. fer Oletha Mnet no KxnmliMnl, Th AMrDr-fiperal s femlwtd an of throft ftt Motfl In a em In which the Civil Service CommrtlOHrs and the Superintendent of tke ItallwayMall Swttae wWtt unaW to agree upon the protrsforrt of tke dvll sctviee law: DTATMBftT or Jrstrct, Tf jtsit:TOw, July a, lem fht rmittrttt: Snt: Tor eommnnfestfon of June 3, ewo, Wi the papers therein referred to, received ray eonsMewHon. The question presented grows out of the appointment of threw railway transfer r letfts at Albany, N. Y.. who bml net been exanlneA ami certified for appointment by tbeClvil Service Commiwiwi. Tke Ctvit Service Commission hoM that these appointments were Illegally nwie, beranse the appointee bail not been ex amined as required by the civil service mles, vthtte on tke other hantl the Snpwrlu temlent of the ItsHway Mall 6rvie n tendg that tbey were valid, as comiier wlthtn the amendment of etanee Ave or rsilvrsy rule two, which was adopted August 19, 1880, and some months before the appointments were made. The amendment of cianse Ave excepts "from examination In the clftMlAed rail way mall service" "clerks employed rx ctvtiirly ae porttrs In handling mall matter fn etil i jftejb or ponthe) and net othtr wfce." The facts found on the spot by Civil Service Oemmftelener Lyman are that the duties of the transfer clerks In question were '-to handle mall pouches ana sacks, look after their safe keeping and transfer them between trains and between the post office and the trains; transfer registered matter In pouches or sacks between the depot and postoffice; lake letters from the station letter boxes and assort them lor the outgoing train, delivering them to the railway mall clerks oa the ears according to their proper destination. In transferring registered matter, the transfer clerk receiv ing it, whether at the trains or at the post office, Is obliged to receipt for It, enter the packages in detail in a book kept by him and obtain a receipt for them in this book from the Party to whom they are delivered. Tke handling and transfer or open regis tered matter and the handling and assorting of letters taken from the depot boxes are as constant and habitual with these clerks as arc the handling and transfer of closed sacks and pouches. These facts were ascertained and com municated to the Civil Service Commission by Commissioner I.jman in obedience to Instructions from the Commission to him, as appears by his letter of April 4, 1800, a copy of which Is among the Inclosures of your communication ot June 3 ultimo, and do not seem to be controverted anywhere mine correspondence rcicrreu io ine. i. therefore, assume them to be what they purport to bc,ratber than return the papers to you with the request that the Civil Service Commission be asked to make a statement of tho facts Involved, In con formity with the settled practice ot this Department. It Is also stated that rsons discharging the duties which the appointees in question have been performing are legally known and designated as clerks, and this we also assume as a fact in the case. In view of these facts, It is perfectly clear that the transfer clerks In question do not come under the amendment ot clause 5 of Hallway 1'ule II., wblcti applies only to clerks "employed ntluiirtlt nt porttrt in lwndliag mall matter in bulk in tekt or jiovtha, and it oMfrKi'sr," and, con sequently, I am of opinion that tbeto clerks should have been examined, and that, sot having been, they ware appoint ed In violation of the rules lawfully estab lished for the benefit ot the civil service of the Government. 1 am aware that section 1010 of the postal regulations (ed. 1867, potto 96") provides that "division superintendent may, with the approval ot the general suiterlntend ent, detail clerks at certain Important Junctions to look after the handling ot malls at railroad depots, utul lo perform wk clhtr dttfiti )Ttnitinq to tht mnmiy MnU btrrnce ut may be rtyuimt. Ther win beentlroly Onder the Supervision of their division superintendent, and will look to him only for all Instructions." This regulation, however, cannot prevail over, hut mutt yield to, the subsequently adopted amendment of clause 5, which should be strictly confined to the class of transfer clerks therein mentioned. As to the question started by Commis sioner Lyman with regard to the legality ot the payment of the salaries of the ap polntets, it Is not properly before me, and, therefore, nothing nerein is to be construed as an assent to the proposition that the money paid to these tic facto clerks ought to be disallowed. 1 have the honor to be your obedient ser vant, (Signed) W. II. If. MILLER, Attorney-General. te'oiuethlnc for Hamuli), IfitM tki St. Louii JtomMk. ltoise County, Idaho, has a sheep that would make a good match for the one described In the Republic on Sep tember 21 last. This Idaho wonder is the property of James Johnston of Hound Valley, ami was a year old on May 33. It has but two legs, both on the hinder part of the body, and con stantly walks erect, much after the manner of a kangaroo. The legs and tail are as smooth as those of a dog, not showing the least trace ef wool. The bead Is woolly and Is provided with but one eye, which solitary optle is set in the centre of the bead. Tne neck has a good showing of feathers, rescmbUnf those of the guinea fowl, 'lite shoulders and pUee where the forelegs should be are as wooly as the bead, extending back to where the smooth, dog-like hair bagias. Writer's Dram p. John litown, stenographer, tells the Ghie-lkmoemt: "People often ask uie when I sit down to do a long job of 8hothaad why I lay hefose ma so many psaeihi of diSefeat slaee. My resoa or it is that by picking up pen cilfi of different sUea. and cosuequeatly weights, 1 aw. eaataad to M aay haaas whjk continuing to work. Baehdlf fesant paau-H brings into active ptajr different u-uscks, aad I never suffer froui cramps, as alight be the cat if I used but uae size pencil. A horse going ovr aa Mdiaary turnpike, uu hiu sau down, will be In better condition at the end of a day than a horae which has swanBWaa INI s1bbbbmb awsnsanana sa aBBjBBBay fjaaw n racst t1-'" The Het JiscUsti U Snakw hi liejaiuj. i'MMtasJkMsaaUeas, ThsMt is ahstadaat nvinVaan) histori cal and phijajngir-al, to pae that that iMffmMeiaiiVnB of tha lSoffslsh language kaowsi as 'Walt hMfws" is the beat and PMTfcfist SbUEIsWsi tfibliUMaV a aapBBanssHFWB aaiBanBaF efn r eanBseje'e fwm (As Cmtmr JvtraL Just think ef it, aiarli'wa sailMon gal lons of wt pat day I TmatU what waa nsi hsr saa naoala ol Lonhurtiln datilaa tan saal kaaaad smII. BPPBB-'STaj iepe!Pr Js jPWBBPPBiBeF nj J Tlfy aaliTisf KsuaatUuIr Tsas,sB TF "SSB"Sf'SB fm tit 4srt Jr,ii, WAttsatt VBaMsakaV aal ttBfLl-S-l A BLKAikA lV 'te't 3gt7juo' fartotw huadTto iMIsw. . 14s X" " HM. i.WJJ JU vxvj, aft A(VByUUBJf p, eps in tB w BBBwB OThl.- PalBwJ vttx 4uf tooua, aaid ho kssinr wi iaoj vag wH. hut ssMtcaow ho couldn't place DETECTIVE BLOCK OS TRIAL. Inveslleatlnn of the Charges Against ltim Jttgnn This Mornrtig. Tn trial of HgHHWd J. Wock has bWfc Ih progren bttrie-Clfh AnstS awl Lfentennnts 0soM IIIeffr fj in o'clock this mtofhWfc. f feertrncetrllngs wef UeM, tewewr, wlfb cfocd doors, not vefl the news- riper reporters being admitted. Up to o'clock this afternoon six wttowses had been examined, iiielacffiig OoloBel Wood, Richard Arnold. Major Walker, Jim ?priDgnnm and Mr. LcWtrnttetn. There are a number more to be heard, and it will probnbbr take all day to morrow to tinkb. the trial. One wit ness tflil Ititve W be brouglit from out side of town and another Is confined In the workhouse. Mitch of the matter gone over to-day has been published time and again in the newspapers and refers more particularly to the old cbarttee. There are, however, a num ber of new fasts to be hrougtitout that will probaWy surprise those who have maintained that only the old grievances were to be ventlmteu. gharlotteImith VENTILATES HER OPINION OF NATHAN bijur and the "rmss." How the Interview Was Obtained by n Fnlte Introduction Will Taho Action Agnlnst Her Tradncers, The article In The Critic of yester day In which appeared n reprint of an article of June 33, published by Mrs. Charlotte Smith In the Working Woman of this city, concerning Mrs. J, W. Mackay, and a cablegram signed "Nathan llljur, counscior-at-law," to Mrs. Mackny from New York, after he had Interviewed Mrs. Smith in Wash ington, elicited quttc a sensation among those who know Mrs. Smith and thelr namc is legion. Mrs. Smith was seen this morning by a Cjutic reporter. "I deny," said the Indy with evident feeling, "that part of the cablegram which says, 'by a very few she Is regarded as n pro fessional blackmailer,' and which Im pugns tho sincerity of my offorts In behalf of the wotklngworaen. I have wltbln the past eight years expended S-18,000 out of my own pockot in Bos ion. New York and other cities in ngitnting and exerting my energies in the cause of worklngwomcn. I dare and defy any one to Show where I have received, directly or indirectly, any as sistance from outside sources. "I will tell you," continued Mrs. Smith, "how those two men Lodor and llljur had an Interview at my office. I.dilor came with an Introduction to me from a well-known correspondent. Lodcr went to the latter and made statements that ho was Interested in promoting the Interests of tho laboring classes acd would like to see Mrs. Smith of tho K'orAinfr Neman. The corre spondent gave htm n written Introduc tion, although he told me last night that be had never previously seen or met the man. Woll.ltwason thu 10th Instant that both Lodor and llljur came to my oltlcc. Lodcr said to me that he was an organizer of labor In New York and bad been watching my course for years, llljur also said that tho laboring classes in England had also taken much Inter est In my efforts for the working women. Ho (Bijur) represented tho English working people. Mr. Loder asked mc if I would not go to Now York In the Interests of the cloak makers, but llljur said that by all means the best place for me was In Europe. "'You have a Vory lively paper,' re marked Uijur, 'but why do you write so about wealthy ladies r Now there Is Mrs. Mackay, she Is not only a very wealthy, but a very charitable, lady. Why did you write that article about herr1 "To these questions I replied that I was living In a free country; that every dollar put Into my paper was out of my own pocket, that wealthy society ladles took no interest in the affairs of the worklngwomcn, and that for that rea son I had a tight to crltlclie them. I had never seen Mrs. Mackay, nor did I entertain any other than feelings of re spect for the lady. "Loder and Bijur," continued Mrs. Smith, "asked me if I could let them have complete tiles of my paper. I left the room and upon my return saw llljur soing through my mall box. He said: You have a large correspondence,' and J replied 'yes,' showing blm one letter I bail received from Cardinal Manning. They filled their pockets with papers, for which they never paid a cent, and took six conies of the date June 36. "I'revlous to the ealllng of these two men. Inspector Swindells had been to my office and obtained several copies of my paper ana weceeuve iwock csueu the next day. LotUr and Bijur had Ken to Police Headquarters aad to Senator Pierce of Dakota, who had known me for vears." Mrs. Smith denied everything that Bijur had said about her. "Ob, yes," the added, "he Mid he would arrange a great reception for me when I arrived in England, hot now that I bav i ffended the 'Bonanza Queen,' it would, I suppose, have been a reception by Wing eeaairned to a dungeon. I am torry that such a -weak-minded' person as myself has raised such a social cy eloaa with Mrs. Mackay aad her frit wis, and I such vstry hat weather." Mm. Saskh, as stated yetida', has written Coloael Robert lageHou aad consulted counsel in "Washington in reference to what action sh shall lake asiaiast the Tim for publiahlnic Bijur' s cablegram- JB UklatMHM, oU Hm rare . , "An w to haw anrvaeaa ante to naorvow, Doctor T "No. not to morrow. Put goiag to drive the Cathedral over to Boosutowa hi the morning and try to gather a few convert over there. " t'UK KENT-KOOatg, mrUmtt et ssSsWsssisf tbt sm swtBssaa 10 64wsJhr taste. Hxsmomx rcsMaBaf Muatss), n suite or alBjrtft, at the prcift1na;Bsw. son h u w, imnnwumK wrsrtnw wstn u u w. ova imm.' Fsjsnm. ltlft F s4r-t. Msiuhar of Wiotesststoti SmU KsgaiaiiKe, AH laanl ulaBtil aiui sjiasriajiss bnssGtu aul aU, v.tr Juumm iwuix BAatg-i HERRON & RAMEY, MtaLWRaTf, VsMMtv satertfts ttMf BtswytasMnrii. )iii-JB Vuhu.itcB V c CS-a uvvA- ViiA- j ; Save Your Hair BT atlmMy nte rf Ayer's Hair Vigor. This preparati. n has nn equal as a ciresrtng. It kefpi i ' e wn tp dean, cor, ad healthy, and pi serves ehe eoret, ftrllness. and beanty oi -he Unit. "1 ,i tapMly beeoniflB; hM and atay; bat after osing two r ttire bottle of AyeT's ITair Vigor my hair grew thick and glosv and the original coior was restored. "i-Meivin AJWrfch, Canaan Outre. S. ft. " Some time ago I lost Ml my hair in Cfmtequc-nee of measrw. After due waiting, no new growth, appeared. 1 then naed Ayer's Matr Vigor and my hair grew Thick and Strong. It has apparently come to stay. The Vigor is evidently agrfjstt W nature." J. B. Williams, Fjoreatfiie, Texas. "I hare used Ayef 8 Hstr Vigor for the past fonc or Ave rears arm flntl it a most satisfactory drwefttg for the hair. It is all I could deeire, being harmless, censing the lnvlr to retain Me natural Color, and renntrlng but a small qnnntity to render the lwjr way to arrange." Mrs. St. A. Bafley, 9 Charles street, Haverhill, Mass. " I have been using Ayer's Hair Vigor for several yearn, ami ttelleve that It has eaneefl my hair to retatn ita natural color." Jfrs. H. J. King, Dealer in Dry Goods, c, Blshopville, Md. Ayer's Hair Vigor, raaMnso bt Dr. J. C. Ayer tc Co., Lowell, Mass. PoM by Dregtfttaml Psrlimeti. Sl'KOtAI. IIUTICB. g"TUK STOrtAOB WARSHOU8K AMBIttOAN SSCUBJTY AND TIlUST COJt TANY, A. T. UBITTON, rresWent, West side Fifteenth street, between L aatl Will be ovn to receive Fttrnltnre, Car rtAKes. fcllverware, nrlo-a-lmw, Statnary, Wine, Trunks of clothlne, and valuables ot all kinds on Storage, Aturnst is, 1890. Separate Tckeil Iron Compartments. Special Facilities for Storage of silverware, Pianos. Jllrrors, Ilotures.aml Deoks. GckhIs of all Description Carefully Paaked and Movetl without trouble to Owners. HieonlvAbsolntely Fireproof DulldlBg In the city not owned by tbe Government, lter dlcs pass door. Terms and full Information obtained at Office American security ami Trust Company, i im ci street norinwesi. ALBBKT M. IH5.D, (ieceral Manaaer, Warehouse Uep't. lylttw OnAltTBltBD Bt COJtailBSS 1818. FKAKKLIM IIUStmANCE CO. OF WASlllNOTON. D. C. CAPITAL AND St'HrLt'8, JSS8.tO0. Has never contested a loss by Are. but always wakes promrt and liberal adjnstments. Dr. Daniel ll. Clarke, pres't: Georjre K. Imon, vlce-rres'tj t'barlesH. nradley.trons.il. Fen wick Ybuii?, sec'y: Will P. Boteler. ass't rec'y. lnS,Sm sn TEJirOItAltY OFFICE OF TUB WASHINGTON LOAN AJIU TKUST COJirANY. 1001 F street n.w. CArtTAL8l,Ci,C00. Tbls company Issues oertlfloates ot deposit lies tin Interest at follows: On all amounts deposited for ninety days or more, but less than six months. 3 per cent, iter annum; It per cent, on deposits for more than six months, but less than a yearaniH percent, on deposits of one year or lonaer. Secured lnve(metu for sale. Money loaned. W. U. JlOUIbON. Sec. D. II. WAKNKIt. Pre. DIKBCTOItHl Charles D. Bailey, Oeorae F. Sebafer. James L. Harbour, Joba A. Hamilton, Oeorae E. Uarto), Thomas Somerrllle, Illcbanl W. Clay. John A. Swope. Horace a, Cunnwsaj, J, S. Hwornnie-lt. J. J. Darllniiton, Ilattersley W. Tulbott, John Jcy BdKtt, Geoiye Trnesxlell, Charles J, Fanlkner, II. II. Warner,7 A Jbort F. Fas. A . A. Wltaon, t n Hum Y T. INu William ll. hurley, a, W. Woodwar.1, John I). Lamer, Cbas. UeaJ. Wllkl iDson, a. a. wormmaion. g5grM. WILLIAM LEK (ficesr t Henry Lee's Sasts), L'NDBRTAKBR. aPA.AVE.N.W South SMe. Braseh Office. M Marylaad ave. s. w. DIt. WHITE, CIIIHOTODIST. 1416 renos. are., opposite Wlllard's Hotel. Tbonsaads from rar and Bear visit Dr. White for relief from and avoidance of earns, bun ions, diseased Balls and all other foot troubles. Hour. 8a. m. to 8 p.m. Kan days. 3 to 18. Bstabllsbed Usl. Kesi.SL tsgr FOllSHKHll & MURRAY. Agent m wasBioiKon tor TnEWHITTtBR ELEVATOR Of BatfoB. THE BB6T ELEVATOR lit THE WORLD. Over bare been pat Into the best build toeslnasbloBton In tbelast two years by us. Estimates promptly tarnished. Also agents for the Worthingtos Kteara PusspiMC MmUb ery. Alio General Mnublnlsti ami BBgtaeers. A large stock of Bnglses and Boilers, Pumps and Blevators oa band. Warerooms from 3M1 to HOB Seventh street southwest. rSM-tADtESl LADIBSt LADIES1 b5' Mrs, MeCafferty Is the only hat and bonnet-fraiae oannf aetarer In the etty. Cull and tee br new shapes. UleaablBs and pressteR. Straw and f eft bats altered to the latest styles. Orders promptly attended to. iws O street n. w. tSMfWHY XOT BiV8 YOCR SHIRTS a-3-7 nudebyoBeof the most celebrated enttsTB In Amerieat Prieen same as thoa thlid mt cuurs cturge. P. T. HALL, DOS F St B 9 run UEJiT UOUHIW. AJunutiAtHli uwrtUi luaJ. fmtrHaMtr Uh, 86 emU for m butrUmi SB nMt for tkrt. F OR HBST-BNFUHSISHBB- 1113 Has ave. U rs and stabto MM Sfl Mltttv.H sow JW1 COBB ave, Uf moo lsthstea. i HitRw,M m 13fHw, Wm 1 ItWBUUlW.llH. lwTOTlB W. UN mifB,fM TtUSlUM W.Mrs M9Mk MB W.Mrs Uttoua w. lira- nltstaw.8n. wrsstBw.WH... i at D w. ID rs. istnjf itw... a 'jtearatrai st. Sss ts lstSStwiglcoust.Si. was till KaffiPUce. S is. Hiis nce. is HUUgilBW.Si SBBB liisau sti taw, Mrs.. l4Xst,7. MMI w. V is. tt a w, 7 rs. ills P . 7 rs. . baiiathstBw.tw Hit IsU st a w. Mrs lSOftshst w.str and dvsg ssat QatBw.tni aestftTsi .( KlijVsst.5m. 153 Sttk at B w. S rs SfB iouieMw.rs mm islSBlaveB w.7r as iss wis div.in. MSSttsw.ers tjMts. stsw.lcs ISKTsta w, & rs... lanstatstBW.BH... sa jsco is as 10198 TPSM SJHTVB BflllSBS can OB & isosB our eJtee onK. emaiBiH f tw ruotuat- tanst.B-w. BOOMS fiatS) JWHslffSi' VifSJ ? Bar n VnksvUtia. JtwiliB MgasBBMgg.M'H.'ii, .i iLtasaasaBmmam VVK .tblt MlWltfcLAtStM!si. IsSS, 9BV(inV(U LtrUlM.. 5 Sor tkMt. S-feFK-LsX f AK. SIWC. it, I ulcieirabJ'lT pat PSM-.TIiY JtKAL SMTATK. Tailsl sals-about 17 Acam pmjq st JC B a BMendod "B Sa 0I ttsi4SoldT- iucUwsj. ot tan sjfiate f tb late Ctdtf Ji M Uae of the Euiio- r. Baiag iiojv a state vt tb late CWtl JusUCB Ctti.e, BOBJ catMd -Ed.jeiBoca." a od oppoetAuny W isvl.tt,ta tt i.fcrv.cuir. r.tc. u C.B't. :n brown Samali i rrtorosAi.9. rPTtEASLHY PErABTMEST, WAS!1IN J t. r, n. ' . J-ily l'TO -Sealcrt pmeols will be reeeivwfl at the offleeof tW Super vlsinjt Arrhttei-f. TTeii("TirT DerBfimeBt, wasfflrtiiii D. . nntii ,'nYi-wtt p. tn. on the 18T1I DAY iF JV1.T, I"!", for fnmlsMn? and dr' vrlre draftirjr mnteTlals for the above rnmeri office iinrlrtg the nseni year etm tnt .Inne , WW. in aeeorrfanee with Mss speel fkatlnr! srifl ohedn c, which may beootatoed i n application at this rtnve. Bach bid irrtjst te accompanied by a oertHed cheek for W0 drawn to the order of the Treasnrer of the fnirefl mates a a gnaranty for the satiirsw tory fBUHimntof tie order an ttre 'tetlvery or the. materials.; rhi TJwnjcnt wtii re lett ail bias retSfteJ after m tBaefl red for orJrnjrtBe sae: also all tVMs which do not (plfKrtctiy wfth all the Mtrrtrements ot this InvRatfcri. rrYwalsrrmst be jpnloaeil w enwopff, seated and Indorsed 'rTojiftfal for Fnfim and DeiiverwtPrartma;fte rlals for OWoe of iSBnprvfstwr Arobtttet, and WoTesen to ajso h. wjaimi.;, srrjBjrvlsinf Arehtteet. S,eod TJROTTjjlALR FOB PAVISO BlDBWALKS I nnder the rermtt Sytetn In the rMstrlot of CWnnibw.-OWee of the .OonrnitsstosKsrs. waahtntton. I) c, .inly o, isso. Sealed pro posals will !e reeelved at this office until 13 o'clock tn.on Tl-WDAT, JULY ,lfl,f..r fMewalk s. The District of CWrnmhla lnvlte proposals for Laylne sidewalks under the rerrolt System of Asphalt Blocks, Asphalt Tiles. Tltrifled Tlle, Flsg1n, Sheet Asphalt and all varieties of cement. Bidders will fnrntsh specifications of their pavements ae comranled by drawlnes. Blank forms of pro possds etc., can he obtained at this office npwn applleatlon therefor, totether with all necessarT reformation, and only bids nprm these forms will be considered. The right Is reserved to rctwtanyorallNdsorpajtspf btfts 3. V. DOUOLA8R, L. G. 1IISE, it. M. ROBERT. Commissioners D. C. jTl,t nnorosALS fob fukl.-ofpice oFtnE X Coir mlssloners of the IMstrtct of Oolnm Wa, Washmcton, Jnly 10, lSW.-8ete.l pro posals will be received at the offlce of the Commissioners of the Dlstrtotof qolttBtftla until IS o'clock m. on SATURDAY, .IULY 19. K0. for fnrnlMn the various brancbesof the District fJovernment with bard coal ami wood darlntr the fiscal year cndlnc Jnne 3B. 1S91. Blank forms of proprwal, tntether with all Information, can bo nbtlaed rn appli cation at Boom 29, District Butldlof ,1st st. n. w., between B and C sts. Tim. rWit Is re served to reject any and all bMs orpatts of bMs. .T. W. DOUOLABfl . President Beard of commissioners or tne uisiriot or uoinmora. WANTKIJ n BLr. AdtertUrmtnU muter MM Ttfad, fmrtinttcr lit, as ientl ftrOni Interllon: W tenti ftr three. W' '' AOTKD-i'AnTNEri,' vVitfJ 'UNDER stasds the Pension Business ami ean invest (100. Bare chance to Dalit rutty. PENt-IONS, this office. Jrl WANTED-A WniTE OIRL FOR GRN cral Jbonscwork In a small family, man, wlfo and boy 8 years oldi Herman pre ferred! to tho right party a pleasant borne and good waves assnred. Apply at Ho. loos O st n v. WANTBD-BY A OOOD COLORED LN dress, washing and Ironlnu to do at hornet reference given. Apply 1819 N II av. AN ABLE ADVERTISING. INSURANCE, Safe, Llghtnlnff-rod- or Book Agent, or Reporter, of great savolr falre, for literary work. Largo salary. Write London & Hart ford rnb. Co.. N. Y. wantkd atisanr.LANiioutf. tfwrttMmMstrtHTsr Ml Mt(t,faHr Miwsor leu, 96 ante ftr m tmrUm: SO nti for three. A FEW DE8IILBLE ROOMS. WITH steam power. Rood elevator servlee and flrst class janltorshlp, In the TOST BUILDING, Tor rent at low rates to flrst-class tenants. Apply to 8T1LSON HUTCI1IN8, 911 Tost Bnlldtng, or FRANK ilAClUIHE, Snperln teBdent. ITIt.SONAL., Adterlltemmtimtttr tM Aef, Jmr tlrws or XeM.'MterMJw om limriimt: SO ants ftr three. XT OW :I3 THE TIME. WE WILL FAY iN "big rnoney" f or genii' flrst-olass so-ond-hand olothinc. Address or call at JUSTH'S OLD STAND. 618 D St. n. w. rOIt SALB-IIOUSKS. AitrirtUmunU utultr (Ml head, four Unit or leu, ante for on tiueruon; SO centijor threi, jfoil SAUt-A BARGAIN ip"s')LD AT 1 once; S-story and basement brlok house; 7 rooms and batni all moil lmps;sltuatet at No. SM I st n w; price 1 1.S00; terms one-third eash, balance I, t and 3 years. Anoly to FltANClM HUFTY. 1301 F st n w. ftrh-CT 170R SALE-1N ALEXANDRIA. 8-HOOM ? frame house, last finishing: nyJrantln yard; lot ISxlU; snug home; price, 3-00. Ap ply to ROBERT J. THOMAS, Room No. J, 613 1Mb st. -T70R SALE-TnilEE OF THE CHEAPEST X' bouses In Washington, lW!. loa and 110 11th st n e; two-story and basement, brown atone trimmings; 7 rooms and bath; eleotrta bolls and gas; price. SS.SC0 each, tsoo cash balance to suit or trade for good lots. mit SALK AM) JtUNT. OEAL EkTATE BCLLSTTN THOMAS E. WAOQAMAN.91IF Street. Chanties aoade WadBesdars and Saturdays. ! STORY BRICK AND FRAME H0U8E8 FOR SALE. etSIitnw, bh.ml.JSM tl4JXX 113 ltKh st n w, b h. ro I. W rs 1SJXO aorostn w. bb.ml.Wrs aioa USSfiUistnw.bb, Srs &000 3BS Indiana ave n w. bb,9rj 7J0O lBisSMassavenw, tb.Srs 7Jf-0 ii Boundary iuw,iv,8w.... tjoo asistnw.bb, itrs , 355 rvSKbstnw.bb.ml.Srs 4,7 ianiaBdSBlSTthstnw.bli.Srs 4.000 SBMBstnw, bb.l0rs...., 3.000 UtfNJaveu w. t h.9 rs 3,ouo lite Mchstnw.bh. era 1,500 Alley between Sistaskdatd.M and N sta n w. b b. r 1300 2-6TORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUfiES FOB SALE. 1IS8 SOtLi etnw. th, N,aad Ibeasea rear, 4 rseacb HJX0 UtlDstnw.f h, Srs aw SBSbtoSBST PMBW, f h.J N Um UWJNhstn w, bh, Sm. SJU) SOS to 111 Boar's aBeyBW.nb, 4 m S.0U) 144? tuul S4 )ledbw st aw, f h.tre. sud Jbh rear lft) ssiiosasgsdstnw. bh,w 4JM ih,h.ih, ait noas rear fjw 1HIVltaV.lB,lH J lsrth st u w. b h. t rs Alley bet 6th and 7th. L aad M est B w, t B.4 W ' SBLstaw, b a. Trs ssafciistBw.sTk.rw.. latl-atMadlseastBw.fb.tM BOtMBsl FOR RENT. IHtiiuiiw.MH fftWai 9awfstBW.MM.lnr ItaS isih s w, IS rs S at KNiw.Uh ss tSthMBW.ltrs SS iMsFatBw.iaiB mm Estnw.Wis t wmsBtnw,Ki 1 ur alfaT a w. n 9aa 8Ustsw. Ss S sfotuat. orinei,vm Ball. Jd door. -uawthauw We BU ' t B W, M SiOT.S I Mr Str twm iiruil ftr aa4 dwt Ufa) Bsrt avesw.Ti stag SsJi.l3ufl44stw u at StllU o y, irut rm, 3d ior m Storeroom a L st s e SW LOAM. n aassM Is oalr a naBtlan si las SEg&t&tfiS&L V. 1FWGaAUAV MmcLf4gr"8ta?,, urtatmr. XX IH t'l tiUJaa, wuti m ssal wui ci;wty. at i w 6 rm emmr. i SBJIIIBMB ' ' '"" ' On Ajuoad BmI BstsM byuaiiBn. AjWamToa; K!bj. . u ft & Bl'hCDY. -OM M Ot OMfflSl MK AiX States and Terr, wries, sob u. i AdawKiMsisBa,H wm and dwe SIS G st s w. (as JBCfl iaihtAtt:::: SS MtiXMY TO IMA. Saanaaa. Xo ittilav where snoai i is ansa. Braanaaanipa prw wf ' jJ T7SBmaS &mP . .wwi iwwwwwiMSgr UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION I ver a Million DISTRIBUTED. La. S. L. Louisiana State Lottery Co, Inwrporsrted by the Lealstatnw foredsiea tkwelaBdeharltabHs tmrpassss, and rtsnan ohtwniadeapart of the prwentatsvta Oon stwtton.mMTS, byaa oiwewmmmtm rem ur von. Its ORAM) BXTRAORDINARY DRAW IMOS tae ptace Senrt-Anmsnsly Wnne and December), and Its GRAND 91NOLK NtJTM BElt DRAWINGS take pme m eas of the other ten months In Mrs year, and am alt drawn in pnbtra. at the Aeadawy of Mnste, New Orleans, La, 'We do hereby owtlty that we snservrs the arrangements for all the Montbly and Semi-Annaa! Drawings at the Lonlsmna Mate Lottery Co., and In person Manas aad con trol the drawings themselves, and that the sabs are eondaeted with honesty, laknesa and tn aood faith toward alt parties, ami we authorise the company tense IMs eertMoate, with fao similes of our signatures attached, In Ita advertisements." JfJf Commissioners. Wc the nnderslftned banks and haakera will pay all prise drawn In the Louisiana State Lotteries which may be presented at our counters: II. 31. WALU8LXY, Tres't La. Nat. Bank. P. LANAUX, Pres't State Nat. Dank. A. BALDWIN, Tres't N. O. Nat. Bank. CARL KOHN, I'res't Union Nat. Bank. B WILL TAKE l'LACE AT THE R New Orleans, TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1890. CAPITAL PRIZE, $300,000. 100,000 Tickets at 20; Halves, S10; Quartets, l Tenths, U Twentieths, SI. LIST OF PRIZES: i ntizEOKjseojxo is rseajeoo ipbizeoi Kxvioobi waoo ifRiZEor ssvsoobi sajsoa iibizkof ssosis avooe Jl'HiZBBOr Mueeoare fiee SFHizBtiOF svea. asee MFRlZBtiOP wwase aweie H-e PHiaEHOr- SMase ,' me rwum or aa bijbbb so) FKizsttOr aMase .. taaea ArvoxaiAstBM mum. W Criiesa SsVvm usntusa bWbm nm WTiHmol saaasa .... mm tmtMHitivfum, satPssassiadWOMe IBbM mYrUmiX IsObm.. Mfrt n.w Prtrw mwtnsntBff tft Jljmjtf AGENTS WANTED BVBRYWflEREs rjsrJ'o ems uw as say fssnbar Uitwraa.- tkm iissfiiS-waMhssnaayiUeiiitiisiiiii. cieBjiif sienasT ysnar isnIaeMaasu wti,a SSjaasv usssi bbssI itarivery will twaasBWai f Maw isndiasansr an uavaf ona haaBiaaj May fatft aaV Important. AJLi 4Ws4taaftsty LaYttWi 5 WstslltM' tfuA M9Misi 3teMf QWstefaj tasU)si ter aUi Jjupms ui Itow Ywk. finiwifti M, A, DAUPHIN, MM? IBMiTrSsM I 1 1' "laTaBfsjpsiB bbtp1' .SBtasilMl BBBBSS'SB' MPf rnnmn tufluaiAl. HUK. 14. 47 IssuS AWJataL aisteB; Qrisians aaathe ttohatj vt pf tas) fsaalilant 9$ an lnJiUwo ehutineasUbtaaBa tanBaanbusi ta taw U&mtww- sMiBhiisv4aluB- tsnjfesemai cm ftttstlflMtfsW sttisttsMst BrBJBXafJBlBSF sw fBUBJeseiB up u n unj. 1 1 1 imi Ute loBsaiaaa mm uuaw Co. hs oaat- ntscvnriah the Btaw ett lwitana vhios SOU SOT KXPIBE UKTIL lAKVASY 1. aPS Grand MonthlyD ! FOR S-iuLEl HOUSES. 1fts4ttniiE ftwrft -rt - .., -,. --jS.,. jeW L SBSSSBS JsBsasssI fi SsSsL 9-stwy fraiBWBtre,imhlarsAmt sftnste onSimstrv ttwenBandC. m Prtctj, fMBjO. 3-torv brtek noswa, eontaMM 9 wwma and baa; else of lot, lstTO; sfMeM en C street sw. 4e Wee, MJt. 9-story and bar bnlMlna; twtek dwetllnc, eontalnfaa 10 mosns; all meslarn larproT raente; smnte on etrswr ef JNatti and Q ' frlesj, feVOOD. B-stwy brtak aosw, S rnnsM and bath; ultaage on u strant, batwew Morth Opttol and First sSrfjejss nw. m PrMe, )eD0. 3-storj brick bomsj, eontahfmf IS room: all BKstern trepTOTements; sttnaw Xo. 934 E street nw. 4K Prtee, SKjm. 3tory brhsk honse, 10 rannw; stte of lot, 3Sxias; sltnete No. 1-M8 N st. nw. J81 friHfra,nn. 3-etory and bsnsBt; brstk awsse, 7 rooms and bath; situate on New Hampshire avenue, bat. 1. and M sts. nw. 4W rrkre, fMW. 8-story S-room brrek BOttM: situate on Clevetoml aw,, bet. lath ansl 18th, W and BotimliHy. 4e 9-story ft-rowa brtak Men, ,. n VYallach 9-story rVroom briek hornet sitisste on Waliacb 11se, at rrte, fa.ioa J-story briek hew, enllnss; 11 rooms and bath; and all modern imprevesnents; sttnate No. 19)0 U sU n. w JW rrk, 115,600. Improved property on the eorth stde ot 0 St., wide front. 144 rrtee, 8&,C00. A Urge stable property In a deslm We lo cation; now under lesse to trwxl hsnant, paytnt 0 per cent. 17 Trie, fP,0e0. 494 Frame dwelling, Grant are., Msmnt Ileaeant. Friee, $7,WX. 4BO Four alley hots, chUWij 4 rooms; each rent for $15 per nsoatb. Price, 10,500. 48B S-roosn frame bowse, lot ?&, on I, st. s. 1'rke, S,(KX). 497 t-story ami cellar brick boose, 0 rooms ami bath; sttnate on OohtiaMa IJelRlts. l'rlce, f 10,0(0. llonsee nt Titlls Clmrch, Va. A new cottaae. sttnate only 5 minutes' wslk from Falls Chttrch sUUoaa, W. A U. It. It., Va., eontalninicfi rooms, bath, pan try, and trunk room; stse ot Mi, llOilW feet, l'rtee, 18,100. Tarass Baas'. ALSO A new eottBM, stMse eelr minutes' walk from rails Chnrch station, W. & O. K. K., Va., ermUimn, parlor, diniBit-room, krtehen, 4 hed-roems, hath, rervsdste' rootn and aUle. VtU, iSGO. Thm y. Vucuiil tiron All el square ii ii i ii i i ii it JUlloi " 4 lata 5 j ii it 1 u 5 " " j ii 4 it it X it ii j tt J M H J H M It 11 3 it 10 it it ml A'ortlirust unit oiilli. eukl. iWSM. ....... ...M.. m..m..(. 3oC lt......... SSc eotttb BM.................. 35c " WW ... SOc lwl9ttisst lrVC 111 ! sesseressBen JC lOct) s a B ihi e e Be Bt etB JJvC XCMMh MB Beese4 9fC JwHMsie sBessitBB iwC !.. ...,.-.-. sue Mr, ..,..... ...... ... iwC JtSBJ,...M........M... SSIC JvlB...... ....m..... ........... ,C JflSv..... .......... .,.. Sec JSwJI....m ..MM.w.M 30C Jest.. ....... ...... .,... omc JSBK. ............ ........... SSjC JBJBT..... ...m ....mm...m BMC OSBm................. ....., BOB lSW,...rt.., ,Mn.m.M WC JSABT....M......MM ..mm. BVC 7 " Ilonses In .Alexandria, V, S-fttnry nrtta awiE, raosan, with offlee sn&ei and lame aide Ms; situate on ear. Dtike aad St. Asaph st.; let 7ssiw. S-story and back buJUtt.Mf aweUhssr, coc talBlaglli reews and bath; kit MS0, sit uate So. 614 Print at. -MS Prto, a8Ca 3-story and balk bttUdlag brisk hoosv, Bontainlag 13 roosns; sttnate an satMheast aor. Priacc and Patrick sts. ieC Priee, JStJO. 4-story hrtok dwssttng hawia, ksstst ia thu Bsett BBhsUattsl Bsaaiisr, eaiJalniBir & wisrai; site ol hx M&US. atH rMea, H1- 3-atet y aad baek buiidin brisk house, anntaiaiiij S ranaaa, sriiistii an OBtnsnbua at,, near Ptsaaa. 4et fvtea, M.4O0. 4b 8-stoy brtck dwtiunf anttsa. eon Uisiinf M bbbsbs aad aK Bsoderc isnfsove awnts; huge aid jMut; sitnaw an cor. waafciaafia and (aiajaiasi. sss-, aMosste OW Christ Chmch, Alsdri, YaTTBia it IB aass muauoB w jsiananwrwi mie, Tanns tiaw third cssft. hatatu aad two years. WHOLE SQUARES -IK- ROSSLYN. ot U lv FRANCIS HUFTY Mml Msfci Wml&r, ThisTisT "-'"ii-'-ifr" "