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THE DAILY CBITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 10, 1800.
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Li
IT HE CAPITOL
MT, EFFORTS TO SIIELTB THE
sfAROBS AGAINST RAUM.
METFNG of themes committee.
A Latent Snsi tf Tmmj bmfik
ASSISTANT SniUTTAKIlS XOMHUTK)
The AppraiMtt OmRmraii'OiMiiwtiaf
Mr. BmkinrHfe's &t Hew the
"Ptiwy" Wae DwbI.
In the Hotise to-day Mr. Dteektnrhlfp
c.f Kentucky oltJtl to the approral
pf the journal. The yens ami nays were
ordered, and the journal was approved
yeas, lfS, nays, 8. One hundred and
twenty members were announced as
paired.
Mr, Owens of Ohio stated that the
colloquy which took place yesterday
hctween Messrs. Cannon and Ilouk,
during which some truths were told,
was entirely omitted from the ItetorA.
Ho asked whether the Democrats could
do the same thing.
The Speaker said he was unahlo to
respond and the House then went Into
Committee of the Whole (Mr. Peters of
Kansas In the chair) on tho Land Grant
Forfeiture bill.
Mr. Stockdalo of Mississippi spoke
In advoencyjof tho bill, roforrlng to It
as the best moasuro which could seoure
passage through tho Senate,
THE IUUM MATTEK.
THE COMMITTER ON HUI.B8 CONSIDRIIS,
AND THAT'S AM..
BcTcral moons have olnpsod since
Kcprcscntatlve Cooper of Indiana
offered In the IIouso n resolution call
ing for an Investigation of General
Ilaum, Commissioner of Pensions. It
was referred to tho Committee on
Utiles, and thoro it rested quietly
In Its peaceful pigeonhole until last
Fildny. On that day it was drawn
therefrom, and the committee began Its
formal consideration. They were com
pelled to this course by reason of the
ndverso comments on their course In
pockctlnc It rnado upon tho lloor of tho
House and clsowhorc.
Mr. Cooper appeared before the
committee and exhibited a copy of the
letter of C'nplaln Lomon to Com
missioner Itaum, asking for n ccrtatn
order or ruling; Haum's lotLsr stating
tho order could not bo made, anil
tho order finally Issued. This
was substantially what Lemon had
asked for. Mr. Cooper made a state
mtnt. Thohourof Unrrlved, and, at
tho Speaker's suggestion, tho commit
tee adjourned until Monday.
When Monday came the committee
failed to meet, though tho .Democratic
members were present, as was Mr.
Ceo per.
Tho fighting was In consequenco
forced on tho lloor of the House yester
day In tho debate over tho bill to In
crease tho force of pension clerks. The
result of this was a meeting of the Com
mittee on itulcs again this morniug.
Mr, Cooper ngaln wont beforo it.
Mr. Heed suggested there was
no connection between Lemon's
letter and the order as Issued. Mr.
Cooper held tbcro was a direct connec
tion. Ho showed that when Lemon
wrote his letter it was referred to
Deputy Commissioner Lincoln, by
whom tho matter was investi
gated. Ho replied at length,
showing It could not be done
without working Injustice to other
claim agents than Lomon and to other
clients than his. This loiter was ap
proved by Commissioner Itaum. and
there the matter rested for mora than a
month. Then came the order In ques
tion, which gives substantially what
Lemon asked to himself and other
claim agents.
The committee took a recess at noon
and then retired for further consulta
tion. After an hour or so the word was
finally given out that tho rommlttee
bad taken no action. No day was set
for another meeting of the committee,
as it only meets on the chairman's call.
TO DAY'S NOMINATIONS.
ASSISTANT SHCltHTAHIHS OP NAVY
AND
TIlKASUllY JHWPBCTIVKLY.
Tho President sent to the Senate to
day the following nominations:
Allured B. Nettleton of Minnesota, to
be an Assistant Secretary of the Treas
ury. James Russell Soley of Massachusetts,
to be Assistant Secretary of the Navy.
To be Receivers of Publie Monies
Jacob It. Wolly of Washington, at
Ohmpia, Washington; John B. Cdtlia
of Montana, at Missoula, Moflt.; George
W. Cook of Montana, at LewUton.
To bo Registers of Land OWms
John Anderson of Montana, at Mis
soula, Mont.; Charles A. Barry of
Mcntana, at Lewtston, Moat.
Also a number of army nwwotioas.
THE ATKINSON BILL.
HOW SOME iUGHTBO NEWSPAPER HURT
THE MUD.
An Incident wkien eostrtbutail to Ike
blaik eye gdninlefctwd to tke Atkinson
till relates to the ret Cane May ex
cursion given by tke Pewuylvania
road to the press. Certain goat tauten
wire otnilUttl frotn tke lint, aatl wes in
cc hk quince angry. Thay listeria! nad
to do a little quiet lobbying oa tsudr
own account. They diu so. and tin
iUtsiioiiably helped kit tka road yestar
Uay Those wko want psoMUy did
nuiuing and tried to do aotkiag for the
load Those who felt aggrieved tried
to injure the road, and unquaatioaably
Ltlpcd to do so.
One thing is sum, the friends of the
toad have aD aloa fait ronnrtent of its
pbssage, and that was the general teei
Jd g of the House. The advocate of
the bill were, thesefufe, as ausek cha
grined as surprised at the defeat they
wet with. The e tensive tohfcjr mm
pioy m pernaps nun woce inae w set pen
KepaUHaaa FeaMaj;,
Senator McPnettoa of Jfew
Las received Utter Uom
republican of Us State, stsjnnf that, if
PiUtiuna were wanted aoaiaet the Pose
bill ikey could be furnished fat pfasnty
f rum bin State. The feettng in face of
the tilt uuoa the Hepuhrtrsn of the
Nulla u by no snenne ua,synsttsoua. A
rtiuuikibk instance of this is asea in
iLc iuii that the liniisiusninaji iTpfse
tpundmu of the Muss satiety
ULuo.t it unanimously, wkk one noesi-
LU trxcepliun.
Mi. WweiiiieaiXBe's sins.
The KUcUoas CnsnssJsnsn of the
He ue luld saacisi sannhMt IfHshJ
htux KtpresmiiiHsn SssnnnisUsnj of
Allium and Jude Jon McClure
li-ukc Uit cuucludiag aryuwcais is the
Clayton flier k!nTMc;e contested election
case Mr. Breckinridge Tead an elab
orate brief, prepared ny his attorneys,
Mcfsts GaTland A Mayd, in which tho
caw was reviewed. Mr. Breckinridge
gave a narrative of his relations wntt
Colonel Clayton ami (totalled the efforts
lifnwre to bring hrs rnnrtferers to jnsifc.
After a brief recess Judge McCInre id
drewed the committee, which then nd
jomnerl. Mr. 9wvrV SBHtme.
Mr. Sawyer to ifaj- tntrorlrwml In the
9tmabmtoteMMHmitl pott
ami Wteurtj ttrtk.
The Appraisers OftnSrmeO,
Tim Senate In secret smsfon today
conflntrtil nominations m follows:
Charles II. Ham of Illinois, ,Tnms II.
Jewel or Kew York, aeonre II. Sharpe
of New York, George C. Tlchenor of
the District of Columbia, J. S. It Wil
kinson, jr.. members of the General
Board of Appraisers, and Thomas K.
Irwin postmaster, Carthage, Mo.
WILL JUDGE MONTGOMERY RESIG.17
It Is Hollered He Contemplate lto
tlrlnft nml Itesttmlnc Ills I'rnctlce.
There was considerable gossip among
a number of prominent members of the
Bar this afternoon over the contem
plated resignation of Judge Martin V.
Montgomery of the Circuit Court.
From what was learned by a CntTtc
lepottcr It seems that Judge Mont
gomery has had several Interviews wilh
ex-Postmaster General Don M. Dickin
son and United Slates Senator McMil
lan, both of Michigan, nnd of which
State Judge Montgomery la n native,
concerning his resignation. Ho will. If
lie resigns, become associated with the
law firm In Detroit of which .Mr. Dick
inson Is a member, and which has n
very largo and lucrative practice In
caso of Judge Montcomory resigning,
Senator McMillan will recommend to
President Harrison, as his successor,
llobcrt K. Fra?ier of Detroit. Mr.
Fra7ler is an able lawyer and oloquent
speaker. It was he who nominated
General Alger for tho Presidency at the
Republican convention at Chicago.
MORALITY IN THE 0. P. 0
Or, Jlnlhcr, Hie Absence or It In
Undo Sam lllc Printer.
The following special from this city
appears In the Louisville Courier
Journal: "Tho Washington Capital
soys: 'If half tho current reports bo
true, morals In tho Government Print
ing Office nro at n low ebb. Tho
Treasury Department is tho home of
originul Innocenco by comparison, and
the Treasury Department has had sus
picions cast upon its moral character
for n long time. They say that one of
me most responsible positions in tho
Government Printing Ofllne is filled by
a man who openly acknowledges that
his wlfo keeps ono of tho most notori
ous icsorts of immorality In Indian
apolis. "Mattlo Douglass Is the name of the
woman, and she is said to have been In
ashlngton quite recently on a visit to
her husband. The man. who received
one of tho first appointments made after
Mr. Palmer became Public Printer, is
said to be a special protege of President
Harrison's, and the President, who takes
such an Interest in the man, cannot but
know what seems to be a matter of com
mon knowledge In Indianapolis.."
Tho above never appeared In The
C.U'iTAi.. It Is understood to be the
emanation of an erratic and irresponsi
ble fellow, who occasionally does
bungled work for the newspapers.
IN FEMALE APPAREL.
Henry Jlnrbonr Orentc aterrlment
In
the l'ullre Court To-Uuy.
At 1 o'clock this morning Henry
Barbour, colored, who was masquerad
ing in female attire, was arrested by
Olllccrs Boardman and Kendall at the
corner of Pennsylvania avonuo and
Eleventh street. He could give no
satisfactory excuse for being dressod in
this way, and the officers locked htm
up In the First Precinct charged with
being a suspicious character.
In the Police Court this morning
Barbour was unable to convince the
Judge that be was attired in women's
clothes for any proper purpose, and he
sent him down for three months. Bar
bour created much amusement by being
brought into the dock dressed la the
seme Kuments be had on when ar
rested by the otflcers last night.
ANIMALS AND ANIMALS.
Trlni to Find Out How Far Thoy
lUipoiul to Notes,
frm IU I option bKitMe.
A naturalist has begun a series of in
vestigations in regard to the amouut of
appreciation shown by animals for
muhic, He rinds that sheep and pigeons
are fond of the liute; pigs, oxen and
cows attracted by instrumental coaibi
nations and dogs delighted with sleigh
bells. Canaries generally respond to
musical sound and haras have been
known to stand listening la a held to
the chanting of choristers. Seals are
peculiarly susceptible and follow shins
for bui By miles where a violin is dis
coursing. The bippopolanius is vUibiy affected
by the drum. "Squirrels are not only
fascinated, but actually spellbound by
the music box or guitar." Alligators
and hyenas are either insensible or
frightened by experiments, and as yet
tradition only can settle the taste of a
wolf. A Scotch bagpiper, according to
an ohl legend, was traveling in Ireland
one evening wuea a wolf came upia
him. He was obliged to open hU wal
let and supply hint with the whole stock
of his provisions, after which he nude
his pipes skirl. "This the monster no
sooner heard than he took to the inoua
tains. 'Aye,' said the piper, 'had I
known your husnor you should have
had your tausic hefote your supper.' "
Tradition, however, would require in
this case to be cos tecied by further ex
periment. from tkt k'miuas Vity Journal.
"Idaho is the vowsnest Stale in the
Union," says an enThanste "hut it pso
duegg tg wiich silver am Jsitt as inaey
U&Mnfetl SAsnntes9 innnnnnAsVnMnf eU QsnVnt On? LsaVB
oldest." Horn- shout Xm Yosfc, which
has varts and fftfirT and Brice?
TUy Uasbt Ut Tuka Wuwlaic.
ftvm. Uu UmuJui WuHd-Utrald.
The campaign In Pennsylvania fa)
gtouig waiianf each day. Uovetaor
JsMllilOknl ttattttlsf H Hi UaV OlMsnHsnnnK
Tltf MwUmMMI SMrW mmSMJm iMI ft WsftM-
ifti to WwsWwilj sasuUsnCsiM---AU k
, .
ja AuajlAjmaaii)
T ns"iwCHBsinnm5
-'Kushessoed? fm't aaanr Chrisr
U4nasr
"Osj, U' only an A-werlrsniini twr
Utrj!"
f !! S
lEklS 6AsMk s4sMilUsf9 VMUttalf lA MsW CMLnV
w wwmh
Utimg Iffnjst kAneija efnUISann. i
vvenanpn vvnnnnn nnwvnnnssnsj wrnjsnsnj
an mm. nr Thiinsis ansa
attUoe at M.0V a w. Tfc-luu, I
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tot, including
fuwrvt kcU LuLb UlxvcUuM, ft.
I
PREVENTED A MARRIAGE.
Rev. Mr. HalTey Declines to Marry n
inverted Womnn.
About 10 o'clock this morning tin
Bet. B. D. Bailey, who Is ehhf tbftk
In tke office of Citll Pervfe Kstsfn
Webster, was notified that a cowpte
wished to be married. Mr. Bailey
nroceerM to the rctJting room of Judge
Montgomery of the CTrrnit Conrt to
which the patties had been conducted
by a cororeu messenger.
The anrnle stood before Mr. Bslley
and the groom handed him a license,
which htd just been procured from
the clerk's office. Their names were
ltobett T. Ogg and Annie 13. Bon
ner, both of Staunton, Va. The wit
nesses to the ceremony were to be C mrt
BaHffs Ilollohan ami Lnton and a
Cnrtrc reporter. Bnt, as It turned ont,
there was no wedding ami no congratn
lations.
"I this yonr first marrlagef" ashed
Mr. Bailey of the groom.
"Yes sir," was the reply.
"I It yonr first marriage?" was also
asked of the bride.
"We II, n o," replied the Inkle, some
what hesitatingly. "I have had one
hwabaml."
"Is he dead?" asked the minister.
"No; lie Is not dead, but I am di
vorced from him."
"Then," replied Mr. Ballsy, "1 can
not marry yon. I am sorry, but it Is
against my principles to marry a di
vorced woman."
The groom replaced tits brown derby
hat on his head ami, when about to
leave the room, Mi. Bailey referred the
conple to another minister, who might,
he said, perform the marriage cere
mony. "1 have," said Mr. Bailey, "In my
experience merited divorced parties
twice, but It was done Inadvertently,
ami when I was not aware at the time
of the facts In the case."
DIYORCES GRANTED.
Domestic Infelicities that Lend From
the Alliir to tho Court,
Judge Hagner In tho Equity Court
to-day granted an absolute divorce to
Suslo Hammell nte Simons from her
husband. Walter G. Hammell, on tho
grounds of abandonment. Tho parties
were married nt Camden, N. J., by the
Bcv. J. J. Sleeper of tho Episcopal
Church, January I, 1887, and Mrs.
Hammell alleged that hor husband de
serted her June 1, 1887, and Is now,
she believes, living In Pennsylvania.
Thomas Morris was granted n divorce
from Ida M. Morris. The parties were
married May -I. 1HS2. ntSan Francisco.
Cal. by the llov. Father Callahan. Mr.
Morris alleges that his wife camo to
Washington nnd lived with n pirty,
who Is named as co respondent, from
December 1887 to December 1W9, nnd
that she committed adultery with other
persons In this city during the year
Edwin Cruso has filed a bill praying
for a divorce from Charlotte It. Crusj
on the ground of abandonment. The
parlies wore mottled at Whlckkom.
Berk's County. England, and have two
children. Mr. Cruse says that his
wife refused to miet him in Washing
ton; that oho has abandoned him and
sent him the tiro children.
Mr. Iluckldr'it Ittchnlloii,"
Mr. George Buckler appeared last
night in "Itlchelleu" at Lincoln Music
Hall, and was greeted by an excellent
audience. Ills Impersonation of the
wise and crafty C'ttrtUnal was fairly
satisfactory, and applause was frequent.
Mr. Buckler was supported by Miss
Klcanore Newton as JuUe il .Uorliiiur,
Mr. P. J. Plant as Uuti AY'. Mr.
John HolTman as Adruw tie Mmpnit,
.u r. jiaipu itowani as icmia, a ua
puchln monk, and others. Mr. Frank
A, Harrison was stage manager.
(Irantetl r.euvo
The Commissioners have granted
leave of absence to employes of the
DIstilct who are members of the Na
tlonal Guard from July SI to 38.witbout
loss of pay or deduction from the reg
ular leave.
HYPNOTIZED YANKEES.
Coroner Meiierotr Attonlalies Them
unit II a a Lot of Fun.
rw IU .Vix lkutn HtgUttr.
Coroner M. J. B. Messemer of New
York, who has been visiting In this city
tor several weeks, returned home today
to complete his preparations for attend
ing the International Medical Congress
at Berlin. Since the publication last
week of Dr. Messemer's power of hyp
nothing he has received a number of
letters from physicians In this city ask
ing a demonstration of these powers,
and a few evenings ago he held a pri
vate seance, at which only physicians
huu a iew personal menus assisted.
The suecess of Dr. Messemer was re
markable, and the feats he accomplished
left no doubt In the minds of the physi
cians who attended that he possesses
the power of hypnotizing.
Dr. Messemer took as his Bret subject
a young lady who knows nothing what
ever of medical science, and in a few
moments he succeeded in placing her
under his Influence. Then be called
out a gentleman from the party. He
placed one of the young lady's bands
on the gentleman's bead and the other
on bis heart and then told her to give a
diagnosis of bis physical condiilon.
This she proceeded to do in the most
minute detail. When she bad com
pleted the diagnosis Coroner Messemer
invited a couple of the physicians to
diagnose the gentleman s condition.
They did so and were amazed to learn
that the young lady, while under hyp
notic influence, nau made a correct
diagnosis of the case. In order to better
satisfy the physicians, a teat was mule
on another gentleman In the party, and
in this case aUo the young lady gave a
correct diagnosis.
Taking a German medical book. Dr.
Vessemer placed another youmc lady
under the influence, blindfolded her.
and at his dictation she read passages
from the volume. The lady does net
know a single word of the German lan
guage, bat she read from the hook as
though she were familiar with the lan
guage.
Another young lady whose linguistic
talent is co a lined .a English, was hypno
tised, and sang hymns us Latin. Preach.
and German, pronouncing the words of
each language as correctly as s scholar
could- The phjeUians present ex
messed great surprise at the power
nt-mousl rated by the Coroner. Dr. Mm
aemer tokl them that he had fieu.uea.dy
utilized hypaotsam is his practice, and
had found it of much advantage, lie
said the only danger is that it way he
used by unacfunulous peyyns for !y
SfTfunpriuh irwwt of e il. lie intends to
brans' Ul a dhtcuislua of the matter al
the iVhfTfM'HuJ Medical Congress
er u UmkIu Jwiae.
Prem L14.
Cutty Clswaeduptin the doch)-Wese
iWnlfijt Is is. ft fcwniteuW tftniwf
lttaalfc UhM onhmee-t(ew
Mft-kajNif Yr ain't has ukJ' to
IsB. hajisejt
Mat - ttanm tafeasn T WUa n-sJn bam
l. llJ " n snnnnsjnnnF snrnp "h9nsnr sjpp
BojeelsksaWOSMssr,Msoins sksssk
aSJuttt
C'"ntrt
any other but lbs ttwbnrt Purlacr Vlwana
Seer.
TOOT LUHC FAILS TO SMUGGLE.
A Cnte tMriKmsn tts to (t tllm
setr ntir fwm tfli.
LrwKmnT, N. T., 3df 1. Toot
Lung, with a dtrh, gM wntch and a
revolver on kl fwrtr, ts n finely
dresed aro, from Chlaee pMnt of
few, good looking, ntflwtri-eyol indi
vfdual, who plnyttl hf cnts to perfec
tion to get Into Unefe Sam's domain.
On Sunday lsst he csm from Toronto
across the pleasant witters of oM Onta
rio, and landed at Wilson, X. Y., with
a nartv of r ftcafstotttst. OoBector Cul
ver was on ham) and asked the China
man to show proof of cltirenshlp. The
wily John prod need a nnptr upon which
was written his Intention to so become.
and the collector allowed him to ps.
Soon after, however, leputy 1'nlted
Stales Marshal Pomcroy discovered the
trick played upon the Collector, and he
set ont to capture Mr. Luna; .with a view
to having him returned to Canada. The
Chinaman also got wind of Prtmerov's
Intention, and he started on foot across
the country toward Lockport. After a
hot chase of about sit miles the Marshtl
overtook bis man, arrested him, and
brontht him before United States Com
missioner Ponml. at Lockport, where
he received a preliminary examination
ami is sow In jail, held for further
trial. Lung mid he lived In this
country for years, bnt had wandered
Over to Toronto.
WRECK ON TIB B A 0.
Two Men Were Klllt nml TrnMc lie
Inyeit Several lIoHru,
Bai.timosb, July 1.A bwd wreck
oceurretl early this morning on the
Philadelphia division of the Baltimore
and Ohio Itallroad near Harford sta
tion between two freight trains coming
South. Two men were killed, several
cars and an engine demolished and the
road blockaded for some hours. The
dead aro A. Wendell, fireman, and W.
T. Purr, brakeman.
Tho rnlhnntler'n" runornt.
Nhw Yoiik. July 1C The funeral
services of the late General John C.
Fremont, the "American Pathfinder."
oceurretl this morning at 10 o'clock at
St. Ignatius Chutch, .0 West tOtti
strcot. The church was packed, and
the floral offerings were numerous.
Bcv. Dr. Arthur Itltchle, the pastor,
conducted tho services, whloh were
very simple, assisted by Bev. II. V.
Gorgas. The remains were placed In n
vault nt Trinity Cemetery, where they
will remain until a final resting place
Is selected.
A I.nrce llntate,
A liroscl land Is this In wbleh we lire,
dotted so thickly with thrifty cities, towns
and villages I Amid them all, with ever
Increasing popularity and lielprulnnas. Is
Dr. riirce'g Uoldeli Meilleal Dlscorerj,
giving hope and cheer where there is ills
ee ami tlpalr. Wherever there Is hu
manity there Is suffering; wherever there is
lUlTetlng there la the best field for tills
greatest American Itemed y. Coiittumtllon
(which ts lung-scrofula), jtehls to It, If
employed In the early stage or the dleease;
Chronic Nasal Catarrh, Welds to It; Kidney
and J.lver diseases jleld to It! If you
ant the best-Known remedy for all dla
eases of the blool, ask for Dr. lterce's
(1 olden Medical Discovery, and fade no
other. It Is ffuantntenl to euro In all cases
nf illeeasea for which It Is recommended, or
motey rcfiindeil.
1'robHbly.
mm tt.
Miss Gotham I have Just been read
ing an article entitled "Have We Kvsr
Lived Before T" I sometimes fancy we
have.
Mr. Ilowtham Indeed I
Mlrs Gotham Yes. I frequently
find myself moved bv a wulnl trnnacan.
dental emotion, which seems to be the
unquenchable and struggling con
iclousness of a precslstence. But, If
I have lived before, wheio could It have
been?
Mr. Bowthara Judging from the
kind of emotion you have described, it
must have been In Boston.
They -Undo a Mlatuke,
Frem IU IhlreU yrii Prut.
A circuit Judge In Illinois has de
cided that if a resident of that State
dies ami wills any real estate to u
foreigner that foreigner cannot hold it
They evidently made a great mistake
when they sent this Judge to the bench
instead of to an Idiot asylum.
Clean anil Comprehensive.
From 4 Hoit thralJ.
Slaryland'a defaulting State Treasurer
is a model In one respect, at least. Ills
confession of his wrong doing is about
as clean ami comprehensive a document
as could be framed. He can go to the
penitentiary with a clean breast,
anyhow.
Yes, we drink Robert Portoer1 Vienun
Cabinet lleer, because It U ulwajj good.
0QEFTS PURE
fflBKEV
FOR MED1CINALUSE
NO FUSEL OIL
'lltere urc muu) ae-vulltMl uhUklea
lu the uturkel, but il bus been proven
bt.juml u doubt Ibat HuHj'a ie Tilt;
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uu eMieueleua reuteil) lur ijwlu,
uh iutulrab! retuetl (ur ueuk
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oiereeHie bj Its JuUieloue uee. It
teuett tbe kjsletu uutl uurlHe Ike
bUMMj, uitlu
hTHEXUTH lO Ni:,
unit
ItKLIKt'TU ItOMlLN.
It eau be ubtaiuerf ut all drux
kkuw. -Seuil fur our beet..
llli: UllfV MALT tt'llIOUKYCuv,
Hwckttkler, . Y.
UMllHl, MMiiibar (tt Hushtiijtssia)
.VtMk H;tuiMJiv AH laaiU
uul annnrlllati kMi;Sa wtsl kM,
V-W.
HiRRON & RAMiY,
HO. USt STIUtST s w,
Jul.: 4m Wubuuo O i.
MALTl
HK1"
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I
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Save Your Hair
BY a timrly np of Arrr's Hntf Vlsjor.
Th1 prpiratiiin his no equal a n
drMinp. It krrjm tlio ic-slplran, root,
and healthy, and proi-rrs the color,
fnllnrss, and beamy nf th hnir.
" I Was rapMly bcrnming tnl.l and
gray : hnf after using two or Thrr
bottlr-s of Ajcr's Ttair Vigor my hair
grpw thtok and gtossr and the origins!
cnlor was restored. " Mclvln Ahtrich,
Canaan Centre, N. It.
" Some time ago t test all my hair In
eonseqnertee of (hte. After dne
waiting, no new growth appeared. I
then nsrd Aver'a Hatf flgor and my
hnlr grow
Thick ami ftro&g.
It has apparently emwe to stav. Thft
Vigor i evidently Agreat aM to natnre."
-JB. TViUhmM, FkreviHe, Tetas.
"I hare used Ayer's ttair Vliror for
the pant fonr or five years and find it a,
tnmt sAtisfnetoty dressing tot the hair.
It i all 1 conht desire, bring haTmlr,
canning the hair to retain Its natural
color, and rennirlng tmt a small quantity
to rendet the hair easy to nrransre "
Mrs. M. A, Mnlley, 9 Charles street,
jtiavernui, .wans.
" I have been usintt Ayer's Hair Vigor
for several years, ami believe that It has
enured my hair to retain its natural
color. Mm. II
Kins
ing. J)f
rille, M.1
Dealer
Dry Goodi, Ac
, Bishopvil
.1.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
rncrARED jit
Dr. J. C. Ayr & Co., Lowell, Mass,
Bolt! ty IrtiftgtU unit l'otf amftl.
SI'KVlAt. NOTlUn,
THR STORAOK WARBHOfSI!
or Tiw
AMBH1CAN SRCUHITV ASD TRUST COM-
TASV.
A. T. hfilTTOX, PresMent,
West sWe nfteenth street, between Land
Will be open to reeetve Fnraltr. Car
rfKs. Mlvrrware, nrie-a-bnie, Statnarjr,
Wltie.Trnnlia of C'tolhin. and valuables of
all Kinds on Storaco. Annt 1 1"W.
Fefamte Locked Iron cympnrtment.
Sptctal facilities for Mora of (llrcrwnre,
l'lanoia. Mirror, rietures. and Book
(lootls of all Description Carefally Packed
and Moved without trouble to Owners
1 he only Absolutely Klrefiroof Ruildlnc In
the city not owned by IbeOovernuent Iler
dles pa e door.
Term ami full Information obtained at
Ofllee American Secntltyand Trust Company,
1119 a street northwest.
ALBKRT M. MK D.
Oeneral Manaser. Warehouse Dep't.
jgr-CHAItTBItBD lit CONOUB JS1S.
FIIAKICMX INSUKAKCI! CO.
OF WASntXOTOX, D. c.
, CAMTAt, AND StriirU'S, JSSBtOO. lias
nerer contested a )o by fire, tmt always
makes prornrt nnd liberal adlustmeiils. Dr.
Daniel II. Clarke, pre't; Oeorire E. Lemon,
vlee-pres'tj CMrlesS llntdtey.freiM ;I. Fen
wtek YMinr, eo'y; Will V. Doteler. 't
sco'y. Jnyi.lm
K3rTK.Mt,OltAHY OPF1CB OP TUB
KS WASHINGTON LOAN AND TKUdT
CO.MPANY.
1001 T street n. w.
CAPITAL 81,000,000.
, This company Issues certificates of denolt
hearing Intrreat a fellows: On all amounts
ilcroeitcd for ninety days or more. htiHe
than lx months. 3 pr cent, per annum: II
t cent, on detmnlts for more than lx
inonlhs, but le than a yenraml I wrcent.
on Ueros Its of one year or lotimr.
eectreu inveimLis ror nw,
Voeer loaned .
W. D. llOBIWJN. Pee. 11. II. WARNKR. Tres.
niHKCTORU:
Charles II. Ilailey, firorre F. Sebafer,
James L. Harbour, John A Hamilton,
n eor ire R. Hartol, Thiinms evtnervlll,
Iltehard W. Clay, John A. bwope.
lldtace S. Cummlnfts, J. 8. Hwiirmiedt,
J. J. I)rlln-ten, Ilattersley W, Tulbott,
John Joy BdMrn, Oeiwge Trtteadell,
(barleti J. rsulkner, II. II. Warner,
Albert P. Vox, A. A. WlliOfl,
O C flreen. L. D Wine,
W Ifllsm 11. (liirley, H. W. Woclward,
John 1). Lamer, Chas. BenJ. Wilkinson,
A. P. W ortblnirtoB.
jgr-J. WILLIAM LEK
(Snecessor to Henry Lee's Sens),
VNDKRTAKBR.
S8SPA.AVE.N.W.,
South Wde.
Dranah Office, m Maryland ave. s. w.
jgfi'K. WHITE,
CHIROPODIST,
14M Tensa. ave.,ofelte WlUard's Hotel.
TbotiuRiU from far and near vMt IV. White
for rehVf from and aroMatwe o( eonw, bun
tons. dbwaMd bIU ami all other foot
troubles. Hours, 8 a. m. lot p n. Sun-
gays, to is. jutaniMned iwt. rso.jl.
t-ar-FOBSBgim m1rrv
s Atreuta la WasWanton lor
tiik wmrnuK blbvator
Of BoetoB.
TIIK BKirT ELEVATOR IN THE WORLD.
Over 40 hare been put Into tho best build
Ib la Washington In tbe last two years by
tw.
Estimates promptly furnished. Also slants
for tho Wottblmdoa Mean PuhidIo. Maohln
err. Also General MacbiaUUsnil saeiaeors.
A larco stock of Bsciaat aa4 BoUars, Pumps
and Elevators on band.
Wararonou from 1001 to HOB Savaeth straat
southweat.
tf-LADIBSI LADIES! LADIBSI
'ZX' Mrs. MeCaffarty la the only bat and
bosBet-fnuoe maaafaatarer ts the elty. OaU
ana see bar sew sbapas. Olaaehiatr and
KfmiBg. Straw and left bats alterad to toe
test style. Orders promptly attended to.
1QJS Q street B. w.
3H--WHY, NOT HAVE YOUR SHIRTS
a-u- made by one of tbe noet celebrated
entters la America f Prleea same as those
third-rate euUera charge.
P. T. HALU MS 9
H W
rent heat-iiousisa.
AitMTUtaaaai wvurlMU aJ, fmtrltmtitr
Uu, St amU M m Ua.rHm; M tmlt M uV.
TjH)K KSXT-UHFUXVIaHKD-
MU Maw ave. It te aad subie txeee
Ml! K at a w. II n d Gd
1011 Conn ave. IS n KS 00
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USS M at a w, IS N tSSM
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JTS7 O m w, I! re 5 94
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. awta.i.y.
mm mi-iwo hams
s.- buusb msBs auusea. nun
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ntnw
nnsannnnnsii'ii ' i- 1 um u.jwi, .amm
VH ALltMtWW4VLAhKy.
. liMBtfisi 111 n esMsW t4s asskt, .Ws.ar
ttnktJssnt Ar mm U-raVa; 96 omUJm tkrm.
racm. sta. u-utcu,
TinT ehaonuety nss
or ePBiy 314, st s e.
OayTttv Ab ta.t.
tleUJt-ABOlT 17 ACBJEb OS SB ST
n S ssjifinnnrt on the nine if the nj.iijf
kSnsf thlilliirs' luaeaMJ. hSatt a part
u( ue late cue Juauue cntww.
is it st a w
1 T BBS BSSS.ru
swwgsjuisi--4(ai!xi "4
for laveeturs For Liri.oal
inuuJxeuCUAl'lN BKOWS
rnoroe-AtJi,
1)FOIiisth rnR II RTtflllVf. PAWV'l
J ant nrch hrlfk for the nWrW o'
trtnrrMi often of the r'otnTniwionprs
W a'tilneton, D C , .Tnly 1. I Sea'c t
pvopopsls ntll be rcwrvw at thi office
OTtl ItSsBAT. Jt'l.T n tw, f..
fnrntthtnt pavlra and arcfc hrlrk fur
the Ilstftct of VntamMa. Bliflk tmm
of prowisals ami spertrlcattotn run
be rhtainen. St thts omee npin anpll
catfon tnerefr.r, totothw with nil neceary
information, awi rmt nws up
SIM emit nMS p thee formi
will be ennsMervfl The rhthl 14 rencr
Tne rtfht l rencrven
rejrci sny ana an npn or pans
nan o
if bids.
w. I ui'ui.Anp, b. . inn
ft, .. mnRT,
Commissioners,
Ifiont
fllSJtAntlW DARTWsT. WAHITtO
J ton. Tt. C . Jnly a, 1st) -Slenled propol4
will ha Twelved at tbe ofllee of the guper
rW AreMtect, Treasury DVpsrtm.'nt,
n. I'.jtiniii o"cioe p m on
r nt JtiLT. IWn. for fnrnlhln
and delreerlni
no nriiTerrai; nnniirg innreiian tor tne
above named ofllee dnrhtctbeflvenl year end
Ins; Jnn W. twi . in arcordsnee with the pei
fleatlon ana chenn e, which msybeoii-alned
t n application at i hi ouvc Each iii mnt
ne Bfromrarren ny a cernneo: cttees rot psj
rtrawntothe order of the Treasurer of ttrs
Pnltso Watte a a cnarantv for the itkte-
jsny fulfillment of the order and ttte delivsry
of thf) mntfrisls Ti Denartmrnt will rn
jv I all bm received after the time Used for
opening; the same; aloal1 bld which do not
er-mpty strictly wtth all the requirements of
this Invitation rroposal mnt be incloeed
In envelopes, ealed and Indorse t ''rronosal
for Fnrnlfhlns and Dclivrrlneln-aftlnt Jlste
rials for rlBte of SnBeTvMng Archltee.
Treasnry repartment, Wahlngton. D C."
and addressed to JAMES II. WINORlW,
tnpervWng Architect. Jy8,eod,st
TJROnWALS FOR TAViya MDRWAt.K
J, uwser the Permit System In the Dlotftct
of Columbia.-Ofllee, of the. CnmmlMloiwr,
W sshlnglon, I). C , July !, 1SB0 -ealed pro
pesls 111 be rreelved at tht4 ofllee until It
o'clock m. on Tt RSDaT, JULY W. 1SWI. for
Mdeftlt a. The District of Columbia. Inrlte
proptwal for Laying Sidewalk under the
Permit system of Aphalt Block. Asphalt
Tiles. Yltrifled TIIe, Flagging, Sheet Asphalt
and all varieties of Cement. Btdlers will
fnmlh specification of their pavement ac
eompanled by lrnwlng. Blank form of pro
poal. etc can be obtained at this ofllee
npon application therefor, together with all
necessary Information, and only bid upon
these form will be considered. The right Is
reserved to relet t any or all bid or part of
bid J.W. IKOTt.As, L O. IIINK. II M.
ROBERT. (omnr'sloner . C. jTl.t
PROPOSALS POR FUEL -OFFICE OFTiTr
Con mlkmer of the District of Colnm
bla, Washington. July 10, 1SW Sealed pro
pols will be re-etved ntthe office nf the
Cnmmbloners of the District of Columbt
until IS o'clock m on SATl'IIDAY, JULY 19.
1SW Tor furnlshlrg the varlou bntnchesof
the District tMvernment with bard owl and
wood dnrlngtho fleal year ending June fi.
IWI. Dlank forms of proposal, together with
nil Information, enn be obtained upon appli
cation at IloomSB, Ditrlct Building. 1st t. n.
w . between II and C t. The right Is re
served to reject any and all hid or pari
of bids. .1 W. DOIOLAHS. Pwhlent Hoard
of Commissioners of the Dlttrlct of Columbia.
3HUt
WANTiin MKi.r.
AdrtrtlttmmU Wftor thlt Aesrf, foirlirtttpr
tu, SS sen ftroru Inttrtien: to ent ftr IAr.
rANTEIV-A WHITE OIHL FOR OKN-
r t erai nonseworx in a small family.
man, wife and lioy s year old
rittrmM M-f.
ferred;to the right party a pleasant home
ami good wages assured. Anolv at No. 100S
O st n w.
WANTRD-nY A GOOD ail.OKRD LUN
dres. washing and Ironing to do at
borne; references given. Apply 1819 N II av.
AN AHLE ADVERTISING. INSURANCE.
Pate, Lightning-rod- or Hook Agent, or
Reporter, of great sorolr fairs, for llternry
work. Large salary. Wrlto London A Hart
ford Pub. Co.. N. V.
WANTKnStlSCIlLt.ANHOUS.
A(tnrHnnU ttmUr Ml IMKl,fmr Hum or
ItH, SS tnlt ftr w lassrrfen,' Ml ttnt fbr tkr.
A FEW DBBlRAIlLE ROOMS, WITH
steam power, good elevator service ami first-
class Janttorshlp, In tbe POST UUILDtNG,
for rest at low rates to flrst-olass tenant.
Apply to STILBON IILTCHINS, U Post
llalldlng. or FRANK MAGUIRB, Superin
tendent. 1'HltSONAI..
AdurtUrmtnU umhr tAU Arf, fmrr liruter
liii.X ttnuer otu laserMeM,- 50 unit ftr Vtrtt.
"MOW IH THE TIME. WE WILL PAY
X . "blgBHiey"for eeatt' irst-elass seo-
OBd-hamt clothing. Address or sail
at
HHIIH UUI BlAU.BlSUSt. B. W,
rim hai.b nousii'.
AdtcrlUanmU vntr IAU luod fmr lirutcr
Um, ifi ctnU fur on trurruon; 10 emtifvr IArt4.
F
Oil BAI.E-A IIAKGAIN IF SOLD AT
oncoiet-storr ami ttAswmsant hfinV lu-uisba
room and bat ft; all mnsl Immt sltnataa.i nt
j. tt tiitiw;
price 1 1.300: terms one-third
oiij uniim-a i, unu t T'
to FHAyciB UUFTY. Wl P st n
1. and 3 Tears. Amur
fesr-ou
I?OH 8ALE-1N ALEXANDRIA. SHOOM
: frame house. Just llBishlng; Bydraatla
yard; tot ISH15; snug home: prtoe, J. Ap
jjjr to ROBERT J. TlIOMAil.ltoom No. . M
I70R BALE-THREE OF THE CHEAPEST
' bouses la WashlBgtoa, 1W.J9S awl 116
Uth st ne; two-story and basement, brown
stoM trimmlBgs; 7 room and bath: eleetrte
bells and gas; price, tlOO each. X eati
balsBce to salt or trade for good lota.
ItlK HALK AMI IlENT.
"O EAL ESTATE BULLETIN
THOMAS K. WAOGAMAN. IT F street.!
Cbasges made Wednesdars and Satardays.
S bTORY UHICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR
StSIttnw, bh. biI.isfs $hUO0
."MH.h ' w. b h. 1. M rs is&w
JWQatnw, bk,nil,tf 'aao
lUhlSthHBW.bb, 9 M ,,., Ore
alBdbiBa ave a w.bb,rs 7M
1SUS Mass ave n w. f h, S n tjw
IMlrlouiuiarystBw.fh.S's... T.Bs)
MlstBw.bh. lira awo
stssthst a w. bu.nl. 8 rs itu
51naBdans71hstBw.bh.8M 4&0
aatSB st a w. bh. Mrs t0O
MlsNJaveBw.fb.tN tjus
lintssthktaw.bh.6n 7j3o
Alley between lt and W,M and Nsta
bw, bh.rs ijko
bTOKY BRICK AND PJtAMK BOiUEsj FOR
WIS K C
all
a est se. bh.tni sgjoe
SOSVaaveaast asttthst aad'2
907 and
uniasi
abroved kits, s u jiu
SIS to fit lath st and Kr ave. has S O
ave aaal !!
4JH
m
ma
stmt
SBSSthst se,bh.S m
SIS llthktse, bh.br
S0SaB4tllIstse.fa.Sta
Alley bet nth and 7th, G and K tts a.
bb. Its "7
MS Mtb st s e, f a. S rs
Utfte M4satsia,t h.lwe4
7 Hop ave s e, b h. 1 rs.
SLats.bh.Srs
t.a
UNIMPHOVKS PitOPnstTY POst 8A
SALE.
Per loot
T"-t-1rg iitt sail Man II -' --- -' '
StSB w zT I I
aU rt, bet and Ostsaw '..;
mst,tjtt'judJBd
aadCsas aw.
O at. tat 1st aastlTsasa w....
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n, seti
X tug Ya ave and ana at a w..
hawks! Qst MESrT.
Her
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MtSCstaw.rrs
SWh)maw,tn.,
TUttatst iv, 7r...
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SKIS H Ha w. 7 ra
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CS Jatksvc sJJey ,$
M Chesur Court a W.t -.
lsUDeiavvsw. r
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law B t s w. 5 r
3,Sa&dUO'aWeU'iCotJtn W.trs.
susntuiallUiBar
AW&m&
Li
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FWAG iAWAV.
nut SHChT-MMet.
msTlUsBMBrt iMOer emi asost. ikaarShnHay
St ssats AV tas Uutrum: VtrntiMrmm,
UAJKMOIUI ri kXlsiUB tUUMsi. W
uite or sbutltt. at the BnHUafissl. M
t iw.oUks1m 4scPtssan tmrt
iSiSnTsyo tvutUsUB jamm.
V satesJMn tot gentknitui. totnjM'gtBu
ffisj tnaijiSWlf UJP SsScsML
. uvny. ooat'st or dsbm sok al
ana iwruuca, to ut. ate., ons.
,
7th t. bet M and 8 at a w 1 ri
Sath St. hut L saJ tl mt. m w t u
, -
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1
UNPRECEDENTED
ATTRACTON
Oyer a Hon
DISTRIBUTED.
La. S. L
Louisiana State Lottery Co,
InceTprtmfed by the Leglslatnre for educa
tional and charitable pnrpnses, ami It fran
chise made a part of the present state con
stitution, in 1ST, by an 0Tgirnattm rarv-
Ulfl VeTR.
Its BRAND BrrRAORtHNARY DRAW
INOA lake piece wtrtAnimelly (June and
Iecemrr). and IU (IRANI) StNtlLE NUM
HER DRAWINGS take place tnesrthot the
other ten month In the year, and are all
drawn nt mtette, at the Academy et Music,
New Orleans, La,
"We do hereby certify that we supervt
the arrangements for all the Monthly ami
"emt-Annual Drawing of the Louisiana State
Lottery Co., nnd In person menage and con
trol the drawing themselves, and that the
seme are conducted with honesty, lalme
and In good faith toward all parties, and we
anthorlte (he company tone (Ms certiSjcale,
with fae similes of our signatures attached,
lu Its advertisements."
fsf&o$
C'uiiiinlsslouers.
We tbe BRderslgned banks and bankers
will pay all prises drawn In the Lonilana
Slate Lotteries which may be presented at
our counters!
It. Sf. WALMSLEY. Pres't U. Nat. Bank.
P. LANACX, Pres't Slate Nat. Hank.
A. IIALDWIN, Pres't N. O. Nat. Hank.
CARL K01IN, Pres't Union Nat. Bank.
rawing
WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE
. New Orleans,
TUESDAY, AUGUST
12, 1890.
CAPITAL PRIZE,
$300,000.
110,168 Tickets at M Halves, S10;
Quarters, $5i TeiMs, l
Twentieths, Si.
LIST OF PRIZES:
1 prize opjswfls 1 Isaacs
1 prize or wjx)i jcugma
t PRIZE OP SSJiMbl 5SJ3U8
1 PRIZE OP &Mhl SS.WS
tPMUESOP SJar S8M
SPNIZaVOr SJSSara. J
SS PMUEhOI' l,Min SSjftO
Ms) PNMKkOr awate Ufm
suiPKIZEhOP SMSate t4
is PKIZIbsUP SMtaee nHsS
sHNssjuMAfsna mi.
sM Prise of SatWase )
nsSPrtsesof SSSue gaue
MSPltsnsnt SSwase ..... SnjtM
sMPrtsMot-faWaie.
SStPriststeX ttnans.
,nhi Prise issonittng to.
Hmm
tntr res cujb natns as anr IttMhst Mhwesa
tawn sniains vtm ugmr to the
CotMstr, asass Mat Xsjnvhw. Hem ntnht sn
tnnnnbtlasatverr wtu mmmmi H josw
lu-ksntvan enU ssbmbsc few Ml nsV
Important.
Alt ssstSMsf Letter ctwtstnsj; fMsnt
nBU,nsiey ObsVsti lasued hf ail finisss
gosnnnntsM ol tiew Yors. Kichait-
M, AsDAUPHINf
huW OM s'lTii "
-- ' '"' IS iTpnwsssBBBBi snssesjr
ennAsntasttti
VMt flf'llllsjlBI. Iuii.
IS WAlUMTHi 9 KhUls KATIOUAJL
hLaJUnal Kent tnaanskv and the tkknu are
uarasBBBeBVBBr - i pfBSBBBBBBssssi esssajg -BssspBF ssnsssBssBBssep BBsses;
bf tts rsnanasnt n siwstwtchM
shstigenitnt tsMocsisiiatoUw
BsaBslat i-fsst 1tS4SsMaaBSt hAsnhPS tst all tSai-
SBntsBsSsM OF sUMsnnHnMsnsll
MMMMMMMkt IbsU tlM tWrUMMM COilmYS
SBSSB9BBBSS"BSeFS"ae7 SnSS BBBBBB- JW SBBBBBBBBBBBaBr feSTSBg
theUolinM ntnte Uttg- On, hswogat
TtUtT snth. the ntsAe of Uttuauana which
DUE OT EXPLItS VKTIL JASi. AV 1
gBm!g0
GraodMoilvD
FOR SALE!
HOUSES.
stl AspBaSfaaK. snanasl tkggiLaBVt Ub BBseBss it
-swwjsnntA sssssssBjif rn-fTnynt er k
Ijrnnns; asSWlslseft tts fn nfssjhes Is; situate
lsejrnsi strsen nsxsrsjsjsi Q ssnt It .
itt Price, jn,fmo
tfany frfnhon,wfthla4mtot; sltua'e
on Slut street, between B anrl U se.
StT Prtcn, J,orjo.
8-story brick house, eontatntng 0 ronms
and bath; site of lot, 18tTft; situate on 1;
street sw.
488 Price, saoon
8-storT srrd back bnlMtnt; brick rlweliirr,
cnntafnlnsr 10 rooms; all modem Imprnvi
nsents; sttnste on corner of Ninth and (J
ftrtets sw
4J1 Price, fn,ooo,
mnry brick hnns, ft roonts and bath,
sttnats on I, street, between North Cspi'ui
asnl First streets nw.
4 Price, 3.M0.
netor brick honee, containing; 18 room
all modem lmprorenient; sttnste No. tut
K street nw,
tn Price, 110,500.
eVstory brick house, 10 rooms, site of lott
95x196; situate No. 1138 N st. nw.
1 Price, $10,000.
9-story ami reerant; brick house. 7
roonm and beth; sltnateon New Ham hlra
arenne, bet, I. and M st. nw.
t Prfce, n,Vi0.
9-story rVrnom brie It house; situate on
(Tlamt are., bet. 19th ami iath, W and
Hnnmlary.
t Price, $l,non.
9-tory fl-rnom brick nenee, on Wallath
llace,
til Price, f4,300.
9-storj n.rooa brick honee; situate on
Wallach Place,
t Price, ,100.
3-story brick nonse, containing; 11 rooms
ami Iwlh; and all modem Improvements,
situate No, 190 Q st. n. w
tM) Price, $15,000.
Improved property on the north side of
a t., w hie front.
Ml Price, $35,0"0
A large stable properly In a deslrsMr 'fl
eatlon; now under lease to good tcnaiit,
paying 9 er cent.
817 Price, J8H.000.
ttrt Frame dwelling, Grant ate., Meunt
Pleasant. Price, $7,000.
t0 Fonr alley houses, containing, t
rooms; each rent lor $15 per month. Prkc.
$41,600.
4S0 S-room frame house, lot 90x73, on
st. s. Price, (1,000.
47 8-story srul cellar brfck bouse, 0
room and bath; situate on Colutntlt
IlelghU. Price, $10,000.
llausra at Falls Clinrrli, Va.
A
new cottage, sttnate only 3 minutes'
walk from Fall Church stations, W. A O
K. K vs., eontalnlns; 6 rooms, bath, pan
try, ami trunk room; site ot lot, HOxlW
feet. Price, $,1C0. TersaseasyT
ALSO A new cottage, sttnate only 3
minutes' walk Iront fall Cnnren station,
W. ,t O. K. K., Vs., containing;, parlor,
dlnlnftrocm, kitchen, 4 bed-rooB4, Uih.
senraBU' room and sttlc Price, $3,MiO.
Tr m easy.
Vuruut Gronuil Nortlirusl ami .Voiilli.
east.
All of souare 1WI.. 30
" " lMt asc
" " South 10W 85c
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Haltot nil &)c
1 tot lfleJ . aoc
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4lnLsassetseseossst 3V,
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s hm asc
nflsW ) aoeeeg-eeoaa WUC
ii " ", $1 - 2?!
w arWi a) e "tWC
7 " ' -....-......... naic
Ilesse la Alexandria, Va,
8-story artel, awtanant, IS Msnsm, with
ettke ancnx and Imc) tad Is; situate on
eor. Duke s4 St, Asattt. tts.; lot TbxKr.
S-story and back building dwelling, ron
tainiBf 18 rooaa and hath, Jot70W, .t
nate ,o. tu Prince t.
41 Price, $t,SOO.
8-story sad bark boJUttns; brick house,
rantatnlng; II rnosn; sttnate on sesstbeast
esr. Prince and Patrick tt.
th prine, $a,soi.
4-fctsvy httck ireilin: henia, bcttlt la iha
Bkaat tsshetantisl nwanntg, "-'-igir jo
SOMhti site nf lot atxlia.
ont Price, K5tO.
9-noT and back nnildtng hrick koa,
fneitarBrW naosns, sMu on Oaiiuabua
., near Print.
Price, $,4M).
Hsi 8 story brick dwainag sou, ton
Utninsj M Nsoaat ami all nwdern unprove
ntcnto; Urce side yasau tituale on cor
Wsssatnfton anal
st., oppoeire
w lane inaicn, siswassMia, r. U. 3
hi the bast situation tn t IsaranslHs Prl.e,
mjm. TJnw-ta-tBiit cash, halanve
nn and two jaata.
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