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TIIE DAILY CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JTLY 23, 180O.
AT THE GAPITOL inpian aitwmat.OiTBiUms- rtWETJffiTHEStKATB. INTERESTING HISTORY OF A SKWX BfflfD Warm Opposition te Ue Dwicmpky $11 in tin Hem THE FORCE BIU WILL NOT BE PASSED. About Sugar toil RKifrtity.-.IHpl-raatic Pnrattfos-'-0iHHe4 Sta tions Otkr Pme4iiifs. The Senate met to-ilay At 11 o'clock ami after unimportant business re sumed consideration of the Imllan Ap rroptlatlon bill. A paragraph appropriating $8,000 to Indians In Minnesota (full ami mixed Mood) heretofore belonging to the Jlcdawakanton band of Sioux Indians, and who have severed tholr ttlbal re lations, gave rise to a discussion, In the course of which Mr. Dawes gave an In teresting history of these Indians. He said thrv had irlven notice to thewhltM of tho Intended Sioux massacre In Min nesota In 1803, and had aided In pro tecting tho WHITE WOMEK AND CIIILDUBN on that occasion. They had separated from tho hostile Sioux, who haJ been located In a territory comprising 41,000 square miles, and where It was then thought they would bo forever remote from white settlements. Not an aero of the Immense area was to bo parted with by tho Indians except with the consent of three-fourths of all the bands, and yet within fifteen years thereafter thoy have uccn stnnovsDKD nr civilization and crowded and pressed until It had become evident that that vast domain had to bo cut down to mora moderate dimensions, that that Involved tho necessity of getting tho consent of all tho bands some of then four or five hundred mllos npnrt. In that attempt four or five years had been consumed. A FAIIt AND rtONBSTFLAJf has been submitted to tho bands and voted dowi.', becauso It only proposed to pay them fifty cents nn aora for thetr land. Finally an agreement had been made that they were to receive $1.33 an acre fcr their lands. This constituted a very large fund, which Is now held for them In the Treasury and Is to bo used in tho Ut way to elevate and educate them. The discussion was temporarily sus pended, and a resolution was agreed to tciiUcitlntr. the President to commnnl fait to the Senate Information touching the alleged arrest and imprisonment of A J. Diaz by the authorities of Culm. In tho lloute. After routine business the House re sumed discussion of tho Ilankruptcy bill. Mr. Abbott of Texas criticised the measure. In many of Its provisions. Ha said he would approvo of n bankruptcy bill which would do justice to the honest debtor and which would protect tho honest creditor from the dishonest debtor. This was a measure in the Interest of llio creditor clause. Mr. FranK or Missouri said the hill secured a prompt, equal, certain and uniform operation of the law. It was tho product of experienced minds which had operated to bring to this body what ho conceived to be the best, fullest, most accurate piece of legislation that had ever been presented to the House. Mr McCord of Wisconsin said It was a LIU In the Interest of two olasses the ono being the wholesale dealers and the other the United States marshals, attorneys and court officers, profes sional receivers and lawyers, who would be enriched by the operation of the law. Mr. Perkins of Kansas thought that the main features of the bill were right and equitable. Conteated HUctloo Oaae. It Is expected that the Chalmers Morgan contest from Mississippi will be settled to morrow, As heretofore ex plained, bcth the majority and the minority reports favor the eontastee. General Chalmers, It is understood, will take revenge on the committee, In his speech in bis own behalf, by fiercely arraigning the Force bill. Tnle Is all right, of course, but anyltT ig he may say n the matter will have at little at fee t one way or the other. The Langstoa-Vesabk ease from Virginia will come up next Tuesday. Mr llaugen of Wlseoaeia will make the announcement to that effect la the II.-usc to day. The ri'Dort in the JleGleata Aklereo t zc frrm West Virginia has gone to the printer It figures out exactly thirty majority for MoCHaa. Not ii,i;;b but enough. Public llulldlns. The House Coasatittee e I'usfek Fundings and Grenade to-tlay osdesed favorable report est fcslU for BuUk buildings t LeeeiMUg, Va , aatl arenas burg Fa. The bUk aausoarima &MM rath The Hbtlui Sea UorrHBBilB. The correspondent) tsttweaMt the State Ik-partiaaat aad tke t reign usnee leieiiag to Use iea controversy wn seal to t day by Secretary Bit thai THE FOBCjTbILL. INoli U KEnSLU'iK OWMMBtt TO IT TO WUTBAT . As matters sow stud tite esttloefc la t Lc Smite for ike Pose htU is ml tneot able to tli&t measure. Of Use HeaaWieaa Senators, AUlriem. Hale. JPaafthHr. Plumb, Teller anal Wefawnt aae Ma to be opposed to it. 'Tarty e teat spoken to titcir oppnetstoa. atni eav iliue that if it cuumi to a vol tistf will be (.ompeUvd to go uaiatt H- There are only tafity-tve lapwasiisi Senators nx-kuaed oa w iwtnjaly 4 avor ..f tke bill This leave M anas i u b4.r opposed to tke bill U toUt, Of op j ..st J to it in its present facta, or U llilt-tlul io it As ibc Kr public au majority at oas feu, of course ike Uil cannot poaattkly l bubbixHepubJuBViteagaik- urn of ike senators opposes) to tke i.iii t!itcrdey apuroeiekeaf a Dwswaccatk uator mi asked kiia if kss ska uiiild be wUttatc to cuiull ta tajrMt id ait w) i'ongcees would ajijiMsea by .ij.icUiUr 1, pfoviik-d they cooU be uji.d tfeat the i'orce WU TOU l .t toibe up at iui9 vtrnkm. 01 touiM; ikeHesanrratu icujai aajd yea iiua ptuiMaitJkja. Tfc IhspsWsi-sil ,bu went ustio try aat) asaaMK Ukf u.au uk ate osjtn stia. TksJ ant cli he hid te aot yet kaowa, and pu haps will not b- until the Tiepu1l!ri have csnrrwed sgatn, which It Is un dtrslnod they will do thta week. Thf radical element which favors the bill Is led by such skilled partla meHtsTfans m Penstors Sherman, Hoar, 8jjojt and t'Timtiller. They will do all In the It power to compws thelT ends. A certain ontslde political element, heirtfd by John I. Davenport, who has a bfc personal stake in the Mil, Is nrglng them on. Bnt even they cant ns a Mil with a majority against it. The disarrangement of business whteh la snre to follow th rmmage of this Mil was nsetl against It In the former eancw, and is bOlnf wed agatfltt It cffcctnnlly now. The threat of a boycott, however, are having an 111 effect, they tend only to route the combative spirit, and if persisted In may bring about what they are Intended to defeat. Senator Ingalls said to a Democratic UcimtOT wltbln a day or two thai he ws nppoecd to changing the rules. "Without so doing yon cannot pass the Forte bill," suggested the Demo crat. Senator Ingalls replied that he did not believe the Senate fnles should he changed for any such purpose; that he did not think any hill so Important as to warrant such methods. From this it Is believed that Mr. In galls Is really opposed to the Force trill, and that he Is one of the number who would like to see It smothered on the Senate calendar. President Harrison and Speaker Heed are both In favor of the measure, but the President Is not strong with the Senate, and that body Is disposed to re sent Heed's dictation. Tho chances now are against the bill, If the six Senators named above stand firm in their opposition It will never he called up In the Senate. SUGAR AND RECIPROCITY. 70 BE riSIIED IN TUB SKtfATB, BUT TIinnATBXBD IX TUB HOUSK. It Is proposed by tho Bonnie friends of reciprocity with American nations and colonics to amplify tho Pierce reso lution authorizing tho President at tho expiration of a year to restore tho duty on sugar coming from any country which has not entered upon n reciprocity treaty with us; to Include hides, woof, ten, coffee, and certain other prodficts of which an adequate, supply cannot bo produced In this country. This will open up tho whole reciprocity question. Thoso'Sonators who are most active In favor of reciprocity, like Messrs. Morrill and Aldrlch, have been work ing on the President to Induce him to send In another message on tho line of the other Pan American messages. They havo been so far successful that a rough draft of the message has been prepared. A significant fact Is that the man who has written nearly every reciprocal treaty which has como heforo the Sen ate In tho put ten years is now in tho city In connection with the present rec iprocity scheme. The duty ou refined sugar will prob ably be kept where It was put by the Finance Committee, although some of tho gentlemen who favor reciprocity would like the duty on raw sugar put back at something like the former Hz urcs, or else n specific duty of two cents a round lie laid. The Republican members of the House even those who favor rec iprocity in the abstract say It Is non sense to talk about adopting the doc trine of reciprocity at this time and In this way. They say it Is an Important, far-rcachlni; matter, one which should be carefully considered and fully dis cussed In all Its bearings. They Insist It would be risky to hastily take a po sition on this question which would havo to be abandoned later. They assert that the thing to do now Is to pass the McKlnley Tariff bill as It stands, or rather as It will emerge from conference, lluslness men, they Insist, want this done, as every day's delay and uncertainty Is loeing them trado and money. They will, there fore, refuse to discuss reciprocity, but will steadily vote It down If It come up. Altogether. It looks as though the G. O. P. would have a lively, if net unhappy, time during the closing days of the session. I'reililcntlat Numlnatlom, The President sent to the Senate to- day the following nominations: To be Envoys Extraordinary and Min isters Plenipotentiary of the United States, pursuant to aet of Congress ap proved July 14. 1600: Thomas II. Anderson of Ohio (now MInUter Resident and Consul-General at La Paz), to Rollvla. Clark E. Can-of Illinois (raw Min ister Resident ami Conul-Geaeral at Copenhagen), to Denmark. John 1). Washburn of MaMaehueetta (bow Minister Resident awl Coasul General at Berne), to Switzerland. John I. Stevens of Maine (bow Min ister Resident at Honolulu), to the Hawaiian Island. George Maney of Teaaaasse (new Minister Resident at Montevideo) to Paraguay and Uruguay. Also a number of revenue orheers aad army promotions. To Widen Tenallytuwu ltoail. Tke question as to tke right of tke District CommJeatoaerg to requite par ties building oa their lots oa tke Tea aUytowa road (Wisconsin avaaae) to ptaiee tke building line back from tke edge of tke road as heretofore aetak lkked, has been referred to the District Attorney for kis opialoa. Tke Cotu Bsesssoaers have decided not to approve of subdivisions kereafteroa this avenue which do not give tke avenue a width of 190 feet, while tke preeaat width doee aot exceed sixty six feet. MaklttK Out IHmIm. tJuaeriateadeat Porter Vs eagaajsd la asakjag out ckacks to pay tint ensttu eauMgtators. It is stow aad hifcotfoiw task kecastsa tke law aaajaai tka Siftai4asandaat to appaad ais ahtaa ium to eaek ckerk. To HnU OnilJllM' UfMM. Judge Uegaer will ksad a stneaoa of that Orphan' Court oa Ft W- a. sa. Tais is doaa to faissiiiase tke iaaaa ajaoisat of Intsaaaas that asanas up kg fore Use court oa tikat day. Mr. itarf Mm. rtuuntmrnto WnjiUHif. LiMitMM. July . Hr. Joasafc Ckiaifcartajai aad kit) wtat. who janna early la August for iisaariri, agaaat to Mead thfae woathe ia tha tour of that country- tm 5t rumim' 'Jists mm. ysi fj JEtfafratfanVT RsMfanaaaaWT T0 004snnif T GOUaanWt iftanMaW WsftlUI 3T la the wkila tha sua ehiaat, as tha esty ooMfiit it parking kis grta-aaeh to take a natuta trl ia about toank hm ttaa Meat HjwsH t Haass fiuunA Jito Vmu'ilutkm. Wiiaihi wMi scad two fiuaaiofs aad ( ae anaaaaasatlva to WaaMsnfJsQnV Ajt old wosaaa. two bogs aad a ref'irsaaj w,..- vui w. u.m u tVy fiat to kaaa ansaaanajanr rm p pb? w sanv nw - 'TF at, p. at- arssie Asaanas vsay w kvund trip, S.JO, gooJ three le. i. Bwstas kavsas kft toot antasdsj, Juu GATHERING OF THE G. A. R. The Veterans and Their friend In ros SMSlon.or Sliver I.nke Ansemhly. Sti.tk Lak Asshmbt.t, 2. Y , July 28. This Is GrarM Army day here and the vefeTHM have taken entire posses sion. The Grant Howard excursion train arrived last night from Xew York and there was general regret when It was announced that Mrs. Grant was too 111 to be present. Major General Henry W. Slocnm, who was also expected, dm wot arrive. Bnt those were the only disappointments. All the other tlls tlBgnlshfrl people who were invited are here. The hotels ami cottages at the Assembly grounds ami along the lase were crowrled to overflowing last night. The snn broke bright ami clear and fine weather Is assured for the cerebra tlon, which Wds fair to he a pronounced sttecew. Early this morning crowds besran to swarm In ami about the As eembly grounds, and as the hour for the opening of the ceremonies ap proached there were over 5,000 people present. At 11 o'clock Job E. Hedges, Com mnmter of the Department of New York, Sons of Veterans, called the as semblage to order and made a brief ad dress. He then Introduced Major-General O. O. Howard, Commander of the Department of the Atlantic, U. S. A., who delivered an address on the battle of Gettysburg. AGAlft WE LOSE, The Nit Attnntln AMoelntlon Ten m Winn In Ten Innlne. The Washlngtons Inaugurated the Atlantic Association In Harrlsburg yes terday and were defeated In the two last Innings. Tho game was an oxclttng one and required ten Innings to determine. Until the ninth Daniels pitched effectively, but heavy batting enabled the new team to tie the score, and in the following Inning thoy batted out a victory. It was a very creditable opening for the new club, and the at tendance, if It be a criterion of what Is to come, ossures the petmanency of the club In that city. As yet no effort has been made to get other men and strengthen the team, and tho prpscnt outlook (s far from pleasant. On Friday the Washlngtons will play the Ualtlmores nt Capitol Park. ilttltillnc I'erinlli. The following building permits were Issued to-days Charles S. Denham, two-story brick addition to 2027 G street northwest, to cost .?M0; V. P. Rcupport. repair 087 L street northwest, to cost $200; David Murphv, to repair and Improve 1200 and 1207 Third street southwest, to cost $000; W. J. Kobb, to build n three-story brick addition to 001 New Jorsey avenue northwest, to cost $700; George DuHoise, to build two story addition to 3008 Q street northwest, to cost $000. Lawyer Cook Carries 111 t'olnl. The Dlock trial was discontinued yesterday afternoon on account of an appeal to the Commissioners by Attor ney Cook rcquestlna that he be pet mltted to represent his cllont, Mr. Low cnsteln, before the trial board. This privilege has been twice refused him by Captain Austin ami Lieutenants Gees ford and Heffner. The Commissioners this morning directed that Mr. Cook be allowed to be present. The trial will, however, not be proceeded with until to morrow. luilce Slontgoraery lietiijreil. Judge Montgomery of the Circuit Court was expected to return to Wash ington from Michigan on Friday next, 96th instant, but Judge Ilagner his re ceived a letter from him, in which he states that he will not be able to reach the city until Tuesday of next week. July 80. Violator at tlio l'liuriiiuoy Luur. A letter was received to-day by the Commissioners complaining that the following druggists are breaking the law by employing unregistered clerks to fill prescriptions: W. S. Tnompaoo. Dupent Circle; Mllburn, Seventh awl II streets; Christiana, beventh and M streets; Ryng. Twenty-ninth ami P streets. Slurrluco Ueeniei. Marriage licensee were Issued to-day to Charles McCIellan of Auburn, lad. and Minnie E. Illbba of Washington, D. C. ; Robert King and Mary Sweeney, both of Washington, D. 0.; Andrew McClelland Futzer and Flora Tyson, both of Washington. D. V. Lt a VaKiaut Go. Solomon Diggs was charged with vagrancy in the Pol lee Court this morning. He was arrested for loiter ing around Seatoa Park at night and annoying people, hut Judge Millar dis missed the ease as he did of another charge ef treiqieae, Grats on Fire. Yesterday afternoon sparks from a Italtiwore and Ohio Railroad locomo tive started a ire la the tall grass la a Held surrounding tke reshleaca of Mr. T. R. Dwyer at UraaekvlUe. Md. Timely assists are prevented great de struction of property. The frlliit's MuveuuU. X tUspalek was received fraat tke While House by a hi smear of tke Paa srlvaata iWieajitiaa. wksek indicated that tke Preekteat would e to-aigkt to Peaasf Ivaala to aitand the eaeasnpateat of tke State troops at Mount Grata to aMwaow. wlUwlttsd ha Katl. James Giaaa, a colored boy, charged with assault to eoassast ism, was yaaannsjay njstalaa to east ia Vta of ft,aM, Jasaes Johanna kit MMty. Two Vital Urn. CUulamJ Holm IMaUr. Tke MeKialey bill aad Mr. Blaine's Mitfar policy an based upoe tha error of assuming that trade eaa ha forced. The McKlnley hill lakes it for granted that we eaa compel foreiga aauoas to buy our agricultural products by selling cheeper. Blaine's policy suppose tkal we caa oblige South Aujarice to buy our fam crops by thiaatealng to shut out atatar. Trade is Uke the proverbial ana it drsW t t eaa tar coawi, out eaa t oe Hw Wmms Hata Ttwstr Miiitnmts. E4MS ISS JbtM C'4MISSjaj ' What du you thank of this klea of voawa ntising anaat huahaadat' "Oh! I tktaf It It fute ttua." Vby, law ahotvedte hear you say ti TImiw to Wn -dMtnaU St -S VM kljkaJ aasyKatlaBBBVfMiyB nataVJaT aaaV anaaanWV-' Wa aaiansssstBBip ssea-w 4OT PP slTnnT wsnsgp Ws" Ha meajt'te tjha daaa. .maaleaa'ta -axjnayaiae Vmmmyi -r.k COUNTRYMEN AFRESI ' A3 THIGYES. TnlK Miller I rDmplly rlcharjre the Accmtd from Cnstmlr. Among the nrrhals In the city over thePennfvhsrila Railway ha evwaiag wftn two yrrini; men of Get mart pnfeii tog, nhtd Fritz ami Jnfk tny came from Nemours, P., and were on a vacation tour on foot They hml been to Philadelphia. Atlantic City, ami Bal timore. And no sooner bad they reached the city than seme wonhl be detective Infoimtd Officer Gstlway thttt tey were crook. nnd he knew that they had a jlmmj In their possession. Mr. fJsllway fonnd them on the Ave nue taking In the sights shortly after ward and locked them up In the First Prrrinct station. The ymint fellows both protMted thtlr Innocence, and their plain make-up ami country actions and appearance would have convinced most anyone that they were Innocent. They told their story to Judge Miller this morning. Jopst said that lie was a school teacher, arm that he had hist closed his school at Jfemonrs. The other was a clerk In the same town, and they hail both lived there all their lives. Frit had a revolver In his pocket, anil a charge of carrying concealed weapons was also lodged against him. Roth men hail considerable money In their possession. Judge Miller allowed them W go. Con til He reel Otherttlae? From Iki Chicago thraM. Rlalne's "free trade utterances" are taken for what they are worth by both free traders and protectionists, but they havo excited more Intorest ami caused more discussion than all of Harrison's doings ami sayings together. It ought to make Benjamin feel rather small. Sainaon Described. Jrm M ,'W Am. "Johnny," said his teacher, "who were the two strongest men of olden time?" "Samson ami Hercules." "Can you tell anything about them?" "Oh, yes. Samson was n regular Hercules." in iii --a- it' rimt iirrtct. r T (Prre w wt"Cl "Look here!" exclaimed the grocer to a loafer; "that's the sixth lump of sugar ycu've put In your mouth!" "That's all right. The last tariff bill put sugar on the free list " Hooking Him. Ftm Ihi Itntim Cmtbr, ' Is your father opposed to me, Mary?" "Certainly not. Why, It was only yesterday he asked when you and I were going tn be married." "And what did you seyr" "What could I say? You have never spoken to me on tho subject." "Well, tell him wo will be married as soon as he gives his concnt." A Clnoit Fit. rtom r MwfeM Otobt. And now Rowdoln College makes Tom Reed an LI. D. "Doctor of Laws." It's a very appropriate title. Thomas has been doctoring the laws at a terrific rate lately. At tho Thratrn, Van LlprineHit Maoatiii. Box receipts Black eye. All stars The firmament. Traeedy Kggs for applause. An Interior scene The colic. Spoiling the part Mussed hulr. Before the footlights Raise it. The frontier Sioux reservation Stage fright An aged coryphee. The leading role Vienna twists. Tears, Idle tears Unoccupied seats. A private box Pugilism lu the fam ily. Comedy The tragedian who takes himself seriously. Dati?ied nub Died. illnrricb. MASOX-HUitXaTT.-Oa July S. 1ST, at SX. ABeeotlaa'n charefe, by ttw Hsv. Father lterke, ilr. Waltur Mason of CbarhM (Jaunty, Md., to Um Cora Burnett of SyraonM, S. Y. icb. BLACKFORU.-On TiMwday. July i. WW. at Silt a. hi., or typhoid lever, at hr lather's rWBee. ScM Q Mrwtt. OootnotowB. Alice Heirna third ilag liter of H. Uwli Bliokfonl, sbmI is years. The faaarsl serTlces of Alice Ketroe Hlack ford.daugblerof CoJoeot H. U. BlaektoeU. will take i4ae la ChrUt Ihureh. Georcetowa.oa TkurMlay laonuac, the iltU iatuat. at 9 o'uloer Friends are iavtted to attend. B terwest In Ljneliuorg, Va. HILTOK.-Maadar. nudaietit, July 21. IlaroU K. Illlioii, at rrovUsaeo lleeoltal. Ifiterawst at Atltastoa CetaeUry Tbarxiay at S p. la KULBEN -Ob THCMlay, July M. ISSO, All Bte, hokt.ed wife of John V KUlaea. and daughter of the late Joeoh and JtlUabeth Ihuilele, asd SI years. Fnuerat will take nlaee fraaa the rwideae of her father la taw. JSu. 1IH Fifth etreet, tur(kwat, Thartoay altetooou, at J U'VIOCX UE4 KIR.-Ob Moaday, Julyl. lW,Loula ...iauMr or rxtricK aau jtaaie aeoner. ifisniciw. Fnteral WeduMlay. Jane 28. froattWO tlr8t aeisTialW'isV, BI'mMKTTX -Ob Moaoay. July 1. 1W. at ie-Jji.iB.. at hh nehteaoa, 1M Vtnrialaave sac MMtlkweet, Thmam LwUette Bufsaita, aefd M year, and Teteraa of the ttask-as war and tale war iLMOBE.- Oa Tweday, July it, Utt, Mary A . iaibeTTthyearofharsra. I tibetal M o'clock Thanday Btrwratar from ihfBth st rear UMUhaaet IatanBaBt at Km k Cwwk Cenintery. FOWLER -At Oak Hill, UoaSaoaury toasty, I'd., oa Monday. July t. hto.Bva Lsusm. sbMI at avth aad St aays. daujrb ItrUHtuU L. aad. Mia C. Fowkr, Jr. FMaaral private. UAHTBEU Oa Voaday aftaraooa, July A, ltee. Bvar Lhtdea. Md . fcaltts M GarUell, ctdeet daurhtsrof Bafaa W GartraU. BOiX.-Oa Jalr Mat. aftw aHaaertac UJnvw, iharhM J- Hope, at hi reeldeuoe, Ko. nt u ut nt rthwest. MAMhJiia.-OB Uoadsy. July It, tant, at If o'ilock t n.. Jaa Handd. noa f John aad Mary I. Manaiaa, saadt years, lauatth aad SI days. VILMSV.-Oa July . Wta). at tl a. m.. VUttaas Joaebh. sid 1 wars aad it 4ar. eUeSuoTThBeClvhaaaMiryA Vibfar- Fuaeral will take vbM. at o vluck Thar day B-wBlsg rrom raahtcace. Wv ah ro peota.Mius Mm at Holy Truuty Church at M 'vku.k WtLLi.CH -Oa July . SkW. after a loan aad MkUal tUata. which dut bore with rhTiitlaB iituJa, Katie A. WaUaefc, daarh Ur of Joba Wallach. la tku ihx year of bet aae geat la yeace Funvral fross ht AUyajs church. Wedac-i day. J uly sa, at S u'oWt p. n WKTCHES. i w. Giim h ca CaUt atttrntiom io tkeir sto.k 9 Wakktt comprising all US most dtsiriiM4 movement mi sty Us oj (astMg, from the kwtsi friC4 for wiuck a re kaiU timmk4pv cam be Wi to aaV mast titpmw iktSS muMtkekMm JLftMf OUT bbbs-p- BTISIBapawiBnrY VssnpBF Wt fvm warn md v JuUy WiMm Wade Aft U grubs. Sick Headache IS a complaint fr. i wht" h many snffer and few are en H? frop its canse Is indigestion and a 'nptrish Ii r, the CUW for wblrh i tea' 1 fi'imd In tbo nsc of Ayer'a Pitts. " I barf fonnd that for irk headash, ranseil by a tl"ordordl rondition of th stomarb. Ayer's nils nro the most tr liable remedy." Samuel C. Bradbnrn, TToTthington, Mass. "After the nse of Ayer'S Pills for many years, In my prarttre anH family, I am Jnstitteit in saying that they are an excellent cathartic and liver reerttvine snstalntng all t!w claims maste for them.'' -W. A. Westfall. M. D., V. I Anstin ft N. W. Railway Co., Bnrnet, Texas. "Ayer's Tills nre the best medicine known to me for regulating the bowels, and for all licenses censed by a dis ordered stomach and liver. I snffcred for over three years from headache. In digestion, and constlpnt'on. 1 bad no appetite and was weak and nerrons most of the time. By nelng three boxes of Ayer's rills, ami at the same time dieting myself, I was completely cored. Philip Lockwood, Topeka, Kansas. " I was troubled for years with Indi gestion, constipation, and headache. A few boxes of Ayer's litis, nsetl in small lally rteeesi restore!! im to nw"'"- . iM n.rttrtt. ami effective .roj ..... ........ ... ----:- C .. . Al. Strtmt, lesKtviiie, ra. Ayer's Pills, S rMFlRBO BT Dr. J. O. Ayer & On., Lowell, Mass. BM by )t DrasrW end Deelwi ta JtrtWne. isrnoiAi, MiTior, KaPTllK STOrtAOK WAKBitUUeR AMBftK'AX StCUHrTY ASD TRUT COM- PAST, A. T. BR1TTON, resident. West side Fifteenth street, between Land M. will be open to receive Furniture, Car rtares. Silverware. ttrle-a-Urae, Stntnary, wre,TrBk8 of ctothlnr, ami Talnablesot all kinds on Stnrare. Anrnt is, lsoo. Separate Loeked Iron CnmtmrtmenM. Special FaollltlesfoTEtorare of Silverware, ItAiia. Mirrors. Ilelnras, ami Ikmtts. Ontln of nil lleecrlpthm Carefntty Paeked and Moveit wllliottt trouble to Owner. Tho only Absolutely Fireproof Untitling In the elty not owned by the Government, iter dies pBMikmr. Term ard full Information obtained at Office American scenrltyand Trust Company. HIS (1 street northwest. AI.BKKT M. IlKtl). Oencrel Mannrer, Wrelmue Dep't. S3T ClfAIlTKRED 1IT CONOUBSJ 18IS. F1IAKKI.IX IXSITRAXCK CO. OF WA8HINOTON, D. C. CAtiTAb and srnrtus, tSWCOO. Has never ennterted a !os by flro. bnt always make promt t and liberal adJnMment. Dr. Daniel II. Clarke, pree't: Oeorro K. Lemon, viee-prc!; CbarleS Umdley.treiM.jI. Fen wlek Teuntr, ec"y; Will I. Uoteter. a't sce'y. JniB,m KPrT-TKJtl'OHAIIY OFFICK OF TUB KE' WASHINGTON tXIAN AND TKUST COMI'ANV. lOftt F street n. w. CAriTAL Jt.0O0.CW. ThH company Issnes certlBoate of depoolt l-arnc Interest ai follows: Oa all amonnU dettlled for ninety day or more, tint lee tlisn Mx months. S per cent, per annnm; SI Iver cent, on deposits for more than W bhwIim, tmt lets than a yearandi percent, on itepoelts of one year or loncer. f ecureil InToiraetit for salo. Money loaned W. II. HOBIbON. See. B. n. WAKNBR. Pre. DIKKCTOHM: Charles II. Ilalley, Ocorre F. Sebafer, James ! narboar, John A. Hamilton, Oeoree R. Hertol, Thomas SonMrvuta, Diehard W. Clay, John A. Swops. lloravot. CumralBas, J. (I. Sworraeteilt, J.J.IhtrllBirton, llatteraley W. Talbott, John Joy Bdaon, (leorira Traaedell, Cbartee J. Faulkner. II. II. Warner, Albert F. Fox, A. A. Wilson, O. C. Green, U R, Wlae, W'UlUm B. Oarley. 8. W. Woctwartl, John I). Lamer. Cbao. ItenJ. Wilkinson, A. 8. WortbiMton. Jjgp-J. WILLIAM LEK taneceseor to Henry Lse'a ), I'SDBKTAKKR. Sat PA. AVB.N.W.. twth SMe. Draaeb oako. tee Maryland ni. s. w. Jy-DK. WHITB, CIIIHOfODWT, 1114 Teas, are.. oppoHe WtUard's nett. TboBMBd from far aad near vMt Ir. Whlta for relWf from asd arotdaaea of aeras, bus iest, dlteaeed Balls and all otbar foot troablcii. lloarn.Sa. m. to p.m. Sub days. to . SUblUbed test. Pee.jl. -ar--FOR8rlgFl MURRAV. -r ArwBts In WMhlBittoa for THKWHITTIRR RL8VATOR Of HoetOB. THK BB8T ELKVATOR W THK WORLD. Over 46 have been put Into tha bast build ing ia WatUlogtou In tbe laat two years by u. gllaalas promptly fnralsbad. Aleo aaaaU for tbe Worthiest on Maam Pumniag Maanln ary. AtMi Gasaral MaeUaUU and Baemeani. A terra stoek of Rbitum aad BoUars, Puatps snd BWvatorson band. WareruoBM frow MSI tn loos Savaatb straat SOBthWOt. K3r-LADIE61 LADIW! LADISW :XJ Mrs. MeCVffarty U the only bat aad fcennet-fraaM waaafaoturw in the elty. Oall aad a bar saw haiNM. lilaaeabu aad preeia. Straw and fan bata altarad to the latest style. Ordar nroBBtly atteadad U. Um a Mrtwt a. w. KST-WHY NOT H.VVK VOUR SHIRTS IJ saada by uua of tbe BMMt oalabratad eBltsr in Anariaat Prioa wow a tboae laird rat ealtar charae. P. T. BALL, 99 ? MB W rKHMINAI.. ttiitf awiwifi wir IA4 Aasif Swr ISW4 Of Uh, atfetuWK mu Uurtio; SO eUt aw (. XTOW IS THK TiMi. WK WILL PAY 1 bfac BMMwy" for fMats' awt-elnw -bWBMJUT"l haaa elathW TirSOLDSTA Addraa or aall at JtJSTH' IKD. NIDh.1. w. H)K S.1LK-lIOUSHb. A tl&trtLiULfml WsBsiaW tWl AJanasf AbW sntaUtf s9f r,HJK SALB X BAROAIN IF SOLD AT 1 ostsa; S-atury aat ttaoaiaBf brick aottMt; T room and bath, all mod Imp; sitoated at Me Ulmw; uric $4.V, tana oaa-tbird eah, balaaca 1. and S yuaw. XuUs to FRAKl'IS Bl FTY. Ut F t a w fatT-SS TMM SALS-1N ALBXAKDRIA. ROOM V fraaw hoaaa, hut latublnit; aydraatla yard; lot Wilis ; u Subm; prica. SaM. Ap pFto KOaSJtT jT TMOSUa. Mourn Mo. S, tU TMM BALM TBI F hnai.j la Wi MX CBMAJHarT MS.UIaad m nth at a a: two-kton- and atoaa ttteasbMa; 7 roosts 1 halls aad (thaTnrhat. P- salaawi to att or traita fur aach. taflD WK MKhT MMIt. s4aMsv,aMiBaaBBnWiaa alladssT Csasaf sasMsat. AMftT sanMst sFf attsVTcsalt Ar aa iawrtiaa: WeltM tasas. ITOM MBMT-SrOBKB.KlM. Mu VMS 8 ST P a w; is xuod order: Ui.auua nam -alWd for aa? barilla root tery tnaaonsbte: laaa il doirod TBOMaaW FIBXDS riaxua jravu HAMtnjOMK FCKBTUtUO MOOMS. MM salt or kin!, at tha aectlnstiasSi aat OU at a w, ovwrtooaias McFhawoa buaar. Chohie tahte. &L MBnt?..&m jm- HK &AI.MUI4;BLLAVKatl. , dsiraitilijr aadrtat tasd, NJiafr SS. IBsaBty sar oa tasarttsn.' 80 wU4 fur tsasa. rHg3Kr? GMaMMtaaAiihKK Or" UMMJM. OOM'M 0 DilU ao AJLJl m sv aaa- esas. sssasoBSBSsnanB V- V- mmt'M- UAAigL R45t- HERRQN & RAMfY, MMAL 1A MtaVaweUtst-. Jatf-saj Vaaaiagtoa, 9. C- rROPIMM.S. rpT-p?l i' phi )VKT h !. r. n I S"ntfl pr i.iHm ill tin recelicd at 1hc nfTro . r the '"iHcrlnTnilcnt. I rcmnn PnlMInc " til two ?. iiMi-ict p m THK-l-DAY. r. Mi !no for rnmlMifn crtatn bookhli (ter ma' tint- r..T f tS TIc of his Dc rSTtmiit. .ami.o if the artlclosmav be st the snperihreoitent's office ana a rfcrdnl of the mc oMatned. The right f rcrvrt to rejeef any or all hd or pirf of y bid Rnvloties cnntstnmr j)ropotsl -lmnld be marked "FrorjoSals for BookMnd ers' Matertl" and addressed to the Serre tsry ef the Ttntsnrv. Wasritngton. D. r (Slrnid) MSOROB ft. BA THgLfBR, Actlne gecreiary. . ixnM , tVANTRl) It MM. sAsvltanwsnrr sssserttat tsnW, werftneer rr, SB rsant nr ese fsssfTtsn,- 99 erani fat taws. WA1TTM1V-A WHTW CTRL FOR OttTf eral housework in a smalt family, man, wife and boy 8 years oM; German pre ferred; to the rbrnt party a pleasant home and com wages assnred. Apply at Ifo. ISM ostnw. -ITAimm-BY A tTOOD COfX)RRT1 T,1T!- Y dress, waMnx and trrmtneto do at home; references riven. Apply 1919 It H av. X ABLB ADVERTISIiro. IJWIRAWTt, ssre, Mirntnmir ron- or noon Agent, or cant eppftet. of reat savolr farre, for Ilterar rary srt- work. Large salsry. Write London A H ford PbR 0, It. Y. tYANTKIl Ml.tCRI.t..tNltttUt. TVgWrtfrWFnr,rer' WHsFW CrMfT tnljHIf t VfrT lrWw" tff IfTr't't wo C9M9 pPT G&? frWftlr,Wl, W r,WT JvT sWWX A FEW DBStRABLR ROOMS, WITH steam power, rood elerator sei vise and flrst etass Jsntttirshlp, tn the roST BtTII.Dtmi, for rent at low rales to flrst-elass tenants. Apply to STILSOIt nUTCHISB, MS Post Knlhlmr, or FRAK MAOCIRB, Snpertn tendenU. FOIl HUNT-IIOUSHS. ArfftTfiiiw mmn tAt Aarf, ftmrtttmtr Itftt SB ttfitt fsv m rseeriws, W rnw .fw wvw. F On KBMT-UMFtmNISUKD- 14IS Mmin. lrreaml stable Sim 00 Mil K t n w. is rs jqoco tan cenn ave, 15 rs If 00 llth st ex.. IS rs in 69 lSKMstnw, Kn M 00 lseeitstnw. it usee 18RIave. II rs MB W lWOlSthetn w.llrs m CO 1W7 () st n w, It rs too on 1T pun w.it rs too eo mtaittnw.itM tee oo 2 iAfayelte Sqnare, It r SIS B sin w, ISrs St m lion Chaptn st n w, 13 rs A CO WI teth rt n w. It rs T 1sisotlitnw. tors 91 w IMS 0tnw, lira SW scajltlllver Place, 11 rs oo 14S0 n h n w. 10 rs asm IMlI, tn w, IS m ) jt N Kt n w, s rs met) sersotn w.iew mm SSSBUnw, 10 rs SO eg t-St fl t n w, to rs ffleo not tttmabtofl t,9rs Aco 1SFtoebtonst,Srs S9VQ 18l1lllntiiPlaci,9rs so 00 mis M t n w. 9 M !) HIS llth at nw, Mrs W llteiTthttn w.Tr 4AS0 l nth t n w, T rs oo alSSPM.TM 4499 lstPitthstnw.Srs 19 00 i!f tlthstn w. 10 rs WSp I(Tthatn w, straml dwx ts 00 "spootmn w.Srs S M NWlSthsta w.Srs 3099 ll N Y ave. 5 rs OH 181 10th t n w, 6 m KW IWftWhutn w.l rs W isetssthstn w. s re ttpo taiissthstnw. m as oo nts H 1 ave n w. T r wee titBHaw.sni ears ISM 41 st s w. rs IS 00 lSMSUUtn w.H rs Tbe above bnueea can be axaatlnad by per mit from oar office only. THOMAS J. FI8I1BH A CO., iaMFt.n.w. FOR RBST-TWO BRAND NBW HIX room frame iKmses, high and dry loca tion; near ebareba and public school la Unfoc'oWB. Isqalreof A.UBHKKND. 4W8 Ms w FOIt 8.I-n ANI1 ItKNT. -ITBALBbTATR DfLLK-riiT" THOMAS K. WAU(UMAJf,17F street. Cbancee made Wedneadars and aatntdayi. 3-bTOKY 11HICK AND FRAME UOU8K8 FOR HA LB. s)Dtsw.bh.t rs Jsroo SIS to an Md are sw.bh.tr fcLOtW leUECapst se.bh.tr 8.SB0 l(astsw,bb,7r SJftJ sessnd-MSltthntii w, bb, ml, r.... Vi SB8 11 t w. b h, S r J.KO wr and see Va ave and W5Mht aad unUBDrovad Iota, e ,,... 4,'jCO tlStoSKlStb st and Ky ave, betUU ave aad Untie 4,000 teiaart-weS CapltoUts w.tb.Cn.... SOS aeesthtt se,bh.S ri tiuo tUIltbutue, bb.Sr .) awltlllt e,f h.tr A) 4481 stsw.bh.sr 100 Allay bet tth and Tth, U and B ts s a, hb.tr use Mtausir, t h, 5m ijeu Sflkietbttse, f h, 5r 1U U Capitol alley w.bh,Sr l.ue lStt te lSteRstse.f h.iraaeh 1,W e alley bat O and H, Mb aa4 Mth st w.fb.Tra l,jo Allay bat 4 aad h, II aad I st w, in 9 T Hope ava a. b b. 4 r WO UNIMPHOVKD PHOPBHTY FOR SALS. Gst.batNCapaBdm 4nw SI.SS0 VaaveaBdSMhatnw ,t) A at, bet nth and 1Mb at s 1.368 lftthkt.Ut ECapaud AaUaa l.ftM Par foot Part lot S. K t, bet lath aad lTth U a w.fiJS L st. bet lath and istta as a w $W Q t. bat t&th asd teth at n w t TS Pa ava. bat tth and tth u 1 e see 7lb at. bat K and 8 at n w 1 TS Wth at. bat N aad O at a w its HOUSES FOR HUNT. Par meat fa. ruaittatBw.Tr fss te iter k t a w. t 1 sets uGat Bw.tr tas et4Utstaw.tr tseo MMrrtiaatBa.Tr WW laHHatBa.Sr as ttt set stb t a a. t r Mat TU5AktBa.tr.... am ahihtwkiBw.iN 15 as 1 Mdataaw.tr JJ ft) SiTOata. OrPiCaW, BTO. RoomaSaad 1 ad tioar. tat ttshat.... SMe Store UH O at a w, r W Stniwroom 1WI M at a w ttaf tevLaat. ba.krooBs,l boot ttst Mr aad dw CM f at a a.tra fi 89 Mb at sad Pa ave. room If tt Hail use 4i at w ate Storeroom 1 L at s a S Moreroom SSI K at a a t at bop rear mm O t a w 5M mMsi. sreaai. baiataaayy 3t . .. as MONKY TO LO.VJi, foMRYTOLOAMOM MaUL BMTATB OR 111 lrat da aaoaritiM at toanwt rata of interest. Mo delay wbar aaoarity U taaL ' gat Tth mv. 'I 1 1 unlaws wmwmm$mfm'mmlmmmmm M" OSaT, IV ALL Wat. TO LOAM OK MUl aVTATC StJCUsUTY. AT t 4MB t Pattt CtJMT. M M. PAStXtW. tttigat- Jl,J OAKY TO bOAM Km LN.A(.. ihiVKwW l.Mjt)l' CtSBBBsnV araiB'a W? !Hiam5etfwBR!r AJ J aaUsdjaLja ffgafflpLm jfM -pj MJTaY MMtL RsrTTts. LT 1 aoaSetCBAPUl SaWVS. Ml WS v. UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION! Oyer a Million DISTRIBUTED. bWiw4Lr nsy a tWaen Louisiana Stale Lottery Co. Incorporated by the Leetslatnre for ednoa tlonal and charitable panoses, smt Its fma chlse made b part of the present State Oon atttntron, In lBTt, by an ovaawmrLntse rore un von. Its ORAJtD BXTRAOHD1XARY DRAW IXOS take place aeml-Annnally tJnne and December), am! Its ORAXI) 9t!4TI,g SUM I1KK DRAWlNtnt take pteoe m eH!h of the other ten month m the year, ami are alt drawn m peMIe, at the Academy of Mnsle, Sew Orleans, La. "Wo do hereliy certify that we snnervlse the arrnncement for ait the Monthly and Semi -Anneal Drawings of the Louisiana State Lottery Co., and la person manage and con trol the drawings themselves, and that the seme are condncted with honesty, lalrness and In good faith toward all parties, and we anthorlce the company to nee this certlloate, with fae simile of oer signatures attached, ta Its advertisements." Y&f&gX frf r CniniiilMlnncrp, We the Hsxtwlgaeil bank and bankers will pay alt ptise drawn In the Lonlalaaa State Lotteries wbleh may be fsasnted at onr ewjnterst It. M. WALMS1LEY, Pres't La. Mat. Hank. . LANAUX, Prea't state Mat. Bank. A. IIALDWIN, I'rea't N. O. Mat. Bank. CARL KOIIM, Trea't Union Mat. Bank WILL TAKB I'LACB AT THE New Orleans, TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1890. CAPITAL PRIZE, $300,000. 1D0.G90 Tickets at $2D; Haltes, SIQs Quarters, l Tenths, M Twentieths, SI. LIST OF PRIZES: 1 PMiftx or sesame tt tsaa t PRIZB OF MVs U tSaeS ipmibbof taseb steee ipmizbof mjmu n& PMlZBOF MVKae aaisN tPMUBSOF tteeara. avow PttiSBSOF Leeeare avow We PHIBBfiOF WON MMJ awPMiZBSof astaaa es,iw tee PMlztwoF asr aataM ArraAU4ttaM taraat- IMPrtMsaf Ssare....... laja MaiPttaasei attaa , ttdtM Mtrrtaatat .,... .. sat Priaa a $M a, . ... twprisasef ktw..... .MtltiMt HJHJa ACQSTS WAOT BYEtYWIE lByBanrnBswMaaf'bsrtharLUurass- ttsa bbbm1 nata bMSaay a tan uaMafessaad. tataaBiatttasf U saasaaraa) bf t0t Important. eaataarf Latsass eonsalataf Poatal York M, As DAUPHIN, tttUt laslTtm 1 1 saajar ajMAajsa MSTafSflifi MAMSX. mmmrwSjp ammmraiassnaBar BWBjtfBrvTBvajf BftBrerBB Mesy Qrteaas.L Uaat to paBMSt of PniB ta WAILtJrrU MY POSTS aUTtoSUL MAMMefMnsr Onlsnw. jaa tee ucju are ataasi bf sat tasiaawi at aa iastttioiuu j&tdrartsma Paaaaa renaailsad at tw atajhsat noarts Taaaaaa, heatsiw 4 all Uni tattaas or anoasnaias saanMasa.'' vBMEatMUt that laa asftTaMaaU OOUMT BBBjBmmjanBmannnsenr' awa Bnw aaar aaF-v -w ip OS HI I'MtTBD bVAIbbI aa eavaaVaataat tsar Lonlaiaaa taata latMaai Ah aaai tsaaV mata ta taana ai IswMsmh tsa Bfitw vm xxnju m umtm i. jflvr&tffl Grand MohthlyDrawing or. salm HOUSES, IbbsbsbSV Skasaai UBaaJk STTlVtV sWCWj 4T 3OTi MVOfT ifVm HIIIWflB MfMl Mvi & ?rxtB Stftntt sWanTWw JB WW U s'ftt m fPCW fs9)fflr9 aVfftOTT a fl mines' BaaasMB aam4attilBa4aaan st MBbBBtttBBT T nflf" H mninh UTnitveUHIsanm. V ITfTJIWB Mrrt tmih; rtrB of lot, 1875$ aRMtt mi 0 StfWt SWe SHttorr stMs by fc tn0tnf bifc rjnty, COlfUllmlW 10 FtMffltTl! Btl RrfRsVTV tmRfRWrlh nClnfif Mflvtttta Oft COfW Of Nhltn MVrt ( sVlory brtck JrowWa, ft rtrthats witI ImMi pttvsta on l stWBt, MlwtMi Zwtk 0tfft9f nwl F1rt rtrwt nn. IWi IvfWWa iSfWrv S-fltory brick bonee, eontAtniHg H rtVpaw; ft 11 infr4wTi hfifrtvmoHtoS fittnrt N tw4 1C slrwt mw. a-story bnen uesise, 10 monrst sfss ex stt WxrM; sttsmte Mo. Hat M st. aw. Sit rrtee,$n,. astrity arm bnaeraentt brtetc hsnaref 7 rooms and batht sitnste on Mew Mensanjavre avenne, bet, 1. and M ste. nw. 4sn prfee, jajvnn. 9-story fl-room brick nwiiei srtte en Clereland are., bet. lttlt and itMh, W ami Hon ml err. 4S l'riee, p,m. 9-story 8-room brick hawse, on Watnelt nsce. 481 l'riee, 14,19, 9-story rVroom brfek bonee) sttwate en Wallace Place. 441 Price, WW. S-etory brick hrmse, eentainlag 11 reeme amt bath: ami all moilern Imprvjvemeete; sttnate Mo. ISM 0 st. n. w , 4IW 1'fUe, tWiOOO. lmpmveit property on tbe north stile et U at., Wide front. 444 Price, t6,. A large stable property In a ilesirsble lo cation; now under leaee to icood tenant, paying 9 ter cent. 817 Price, 98,130. 4t Frame ilwelllpc, Grant are., Meant Pleasant. Price, 7,000. 490 Four alley bouses, containinc 4 rooms; each rent for $13 per month. Prtee, ,S00. 4W 8-room frame house, lot 99x75, on st.se. Price, B,O0fJ. 497 -tory and cellsr brick home, rooms sl Viath: situate on CoraMbm ltelffbts. Price, $10,000. Ilonara at l'alla Chtirch, Va. A new cottage. Mtuate eatySmtnatM' walk from Fall Church stations. W. & O. K. K., Va., eontalnint;o rooms, bata.paa try, and trunk room; sise of lot, llftitM fret. Price, $3,100. Terms easy. AI.SO A new cottage, sttaate aalr S minute' walk from Pall Church staswa, W. A O. K, K, Vs., eoatalalBg, parte, dining-room, kitchen, 4 bed-room, bath, rerTtat' room aad attk. Price, rrro. Terms easy. Yut'unf Rrotiuil Aortlieuat uml South, cusl. AH of sAHare 1o1Hm..m................m.m. 9te " 14) a 1 S9VnV ll1l.eeeata Wal IWOlMHIWtmtMMt CWI WfBaeeee eea aaaaeeaaeeta 790 Ifalfat 1111............................ 9p WI 1 sRt r ese e as 4a eases e 9S H 10W eeeeaeaeaaaaaea a-H a I U gLi Sia Ja"J I east aBsr 1 ' ( 1117 fetal Sll UMa -aVeeea fs a VsnV V WlMtMti aaeeaaaeevaeaaeae 0f9B AH H Itfifli -4saa11 1 H J 111 ....., 4ft WaMHittNMiMHWNHH 3"esJ I leS ... 1 H ISbH. Ma apewv ) 9 a ssaVf WJ s sm . m ia iBBrt. .......... ... ............ -I. 7 " " 1301 .. ............ M) Houaea lu Alezandrta, Va, tVstery artek awetttnc, IB rsai, wtth alMee aaaea aad Urea SMe M; sttaate eat ear. lake aad at. Ap st.; tat Ksan. $e. B-starr aad back Imlhiiaw dw tatalagu rooaM and bath; Jot uato JTo. alt Print st, 44SI Pitta, fsLjat), 8-ttery aad bark he coaUtBlBg IB routMs sk car. Prtace sad Patrtek sad bark baihrJaa; brick haaasa. tan Prtae, ttUOa. 4-story brttk dwatrtag ham a, bastt 1st tha aaBflatstt MV44aaa)eftaVl aaBaVaMMBa nMaanBBnaaBnanBC1 SsV raoaas; stse at let MxllS. l PrtsKsmt. ,atnrT asai baak haiMlar hrttk lea, cMBaataaT 8 reasas. a, sttaate ant as., aaar rnaca. sal nsnasahj fBjBajaj as a. story brick owe tweUtaa- atntsa. asav- tnintag Is) Mean and all madsw Imaitss asalii; Jarta stas yaU sansata WasUaatoa aad Crssaroa eta.. Otd Chrttt Charca. Atoaaarts. Ti Is the heat MtyrHr ia tisTaasTHs I'ltiu. tasaa. TJsasjaaiBBfi assav one ana two years. WHOLE SQUARES ROSSLYN, lsnBaaX&lllaaailB RHCIS HUFTY Ifttl gsftite i?oi5ri Woiltingarina 9.