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THE DAILY CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, JULY 2, lST).
AT THE GAPITOL 4-MTOR WGALLS MAKES A SIG NIFICANT SfATEMBflT. I .STFICT DAT (3 KWttlD OUT. The TfntT HOI Aaligirtvrtii by 13 THE PlYFRAHliriASftORBlLLtfilfAWES, Harrison Mmi H M Inimhwl B) It. ?enatotil Gamma Tfkt. Other FmlJs, The Semite tblt morning paswl Sen ate bill to pension Ail surviving otfrWrs ami men of Powell's battalion of Mis souri mounted volunteers, raiseM during the war with Mexico. Mr. Altlrlch offerer! n resolution fix lng the hour of meeting of the Semite nt 11 n. m. i which was Anally agreed to, with the understanding that the Senate should adjourn at 0 o'clock. Turing the discussion, Sir. Ingnlls (aid that the morning hour should last two. hours dally for the consideration of business on the calendar. lie said that as soon as the Tariff hill, the Ap propriation bills and the Blectlon bill were pntcd, Congress would undoubt edly adjourn promptly, Mr. Cockrell asked what was tho me of tho Senate passing bills when the Icuc paid no attention to them. Among the hundreds of bills passed 1V tho Senate, wore the bill refunding the direct tax and the Shipping bills, to which Mr. Hawley replied that ho wanted his record cleir, and It was not his direct bustnoss what was done or loft undone, elsewhere. Mr. Atdrlch moved to proceed to tho consideration of tho Tariff bill, but Mr. Gray antagonized It by n motion to take up the House bill for tho transfer of tho Itcvcnuo Marino Service to tho Navy Department. Mr, Gray'a motion pre vailed yeas 20, nays 3o. Mr. Cockrell continued lit argument in opposition to tho bill, lie Imputed the origin of tho bill to tho aggressive ambition of Senator . Chandler when Secretary of tho Navy, and said that It was now bolng pressed by per sonal importunities of those who would be benoflted by the transfer in Increased salaries, lie quoted from Admiral Porter's report against tho transfer and said the Hilllih Govern ment had tried the experiment and It had been a iallure. The service would l;c letter hs it Is now. In thn limine. the DlMtlct lost Its day In the IIoiim today and Incldently the Atkinson rallnad bill received a very black eye. The Icl1y for tbelbill was re-enforced by ex rnnator Sewell of New Jersey nr.d Hen Lefevre of Ohio, and Mr. At klns n was confident the measure would receive some consideration. Dut here tofore. In other years, the District his always lost its days toward the end of the session, when the pressure of other pnbllc business was very great, and so to day when the House met the first motion mado was to put oit the con slderatlon of District business and take up tho Sundry Civil Appropriation bill. This prevailed by a vote of 1U to 43. It Is hardly likely the District will get another day this session. It may, however, but the chancea and precedent are decidedly against It. The recommendations of the Com mittee on Appropriations wore agreed to without much contention, the princi pal Item, the Senate irrigation amend ment, being passed over until the other matters are disposed of. A Hlcoltlcuut Statement. The chief significance of Mr, Ingalls' statement in the Senate to-day Is found In tho open and emphatic declaration that tho Senate will pass the Foree bill before It adjourns. That It wlll.be shorn of some of its worst features teems to be conceded, but undoubtedly it will be sufficiently obnoxious even as it passes the Senate. This Is the first public utterance of Mr- Ingalls which goes to show where be stands on this question. District la (Jonirre. There will be a special meeting of the House District Committee to-morrow at 10 a. m. to give a bearing with reference to liquor license bills. The District Commissioners have been la vlted to be pretest; also all other ia terested. The bearing will 1 : public. Mr. Poet has introduce! a bill to grant a pension to Mrs. -Hurak Jaae Fowler, whose husband uaaa patrol man on the police force tud was mur dered. Mr BoutelJe's bill, (U It. 11338 ) rat If v log the action of ike District Com missioned and granting permits to es tend buildings and regulating Ike grant Ie of such permits kereafter, U before this House Dietrkt Committee. Tn Mil grows out of the Mia. Cole bay window case. Mr. Heard of Missouri has returned from a visit to his home. Mr Culberson of Texas to-day, by request. Introduced a Mil to reafttUte tlit practice of niedktne it) tke District It confers oat lb Imtaairal school of medicine all the rights. privHayj and protection providulby law for Ibe allo patkic and kosaieoMtMc sckools of medicine within the District. Mr Hitt introduced a bill lotneor porate the American Xatioaal Aasocta iluu of the Bed Croat. Tb bill names as incorporator Clara Bar ton. Georae Kaauun, J. B. iiub btll, M D., Albert Gleasost. awl Mrs. Omar D. Ccetger of thai elty, Joseph Bbekloa of Kew Haven, Conn. . Walter PkttUag of Hew York, Miss M. . Alaoai of Newport, R. I., and Mrs. aola Gardner of BeUotd. led The association is organised to iurnkb volunteer aid to the sIck and wounded of armlet ia tins of war. Mr. Evartt, Iron ike Judiciary Oom nltta. to-day reported to the aasuUe a lull (S. beS) to provide for the tpyotsU Bitnt of a renorter for tke Suocwae Court of tke Dtattkt. Th Sitt m ameoded by Banking tke. laVaor of ottoce of said reporter "dttrinx tbepkasux of said court." It alao de nies the court the power of ixu&g price per vuttttne of the puhlstsvad r poiUoftiuB Mtportef, Mai tuhrttettw ikcrefot tke proviaio that tM nrsjc) klutU ot exceed 3. sty lc Vadnwtber vt pages to be fixed by an court. cucm To-lMgsA X caucus of KcpuUiewa bosntnrs kas Ucn culld for u uut to oomWrr Uw r. purl of tfee KtpuUicus Wflsatwri of tbe Coautdttec uu Frivitcges ajkd Slat Uuhj OB le F.dt.i&l lw.tk M asv the report of ihe uuiw cuiMNS? VC iLe propojwdeui-i. iu U.I. Scate rok Iti Uuuh CoiuuiilUe on. Appropri Teolnilnn cxtendinc: for a few day the laws ad appropriations of the pat flal year. tTnTiraOTtl In tl Sun dry Civil. Indian Apprrprilm, Fortl fteatlons and T1trtot of Oolnrnbift Mils, whfch for thi vear have not yet be came law. A IHII Me!HtrMert. Mr. Coleman of Louisiana to day re UtrotfuCTrl In the ttcnm the Mil hr create a Bureau of Hea'th ami to pre vtnt th introdnctlosv tjrd etrenaton of contagions and Infacwont ilfsaiKs In tin United Starea, teh wsl tetre dwcttl May ? by Xir,-lWf If NaiMst. It Vrm again to referred to tin Commit twos Connnetw. HIVElt AID HARBOR BILL. A KIMrtMtT WILL Ml MAD TO HAVR It COJICTDBBEn. The Interest manifested In the Hirer and Harbor bill on the Pacific Coast, ivlttencctf In the telegram received Sat urday ami laid before the Senate by Mr. Mltcrtell. maj result in active ef forts by the Pacific Coast delegation to have the bill considered in the near future. The Commerce Committee Is vety anxious to hare the bill put through, and has Instructed the chair man of the committee, Mr. Frye, to confer with Mr. Ahlflch, in charge of the TarllT bill, to determine upon the best time for calling up the Ittver ami Harbor measure. Mr. Dolph, who Is a member of the Commorcc Committee, has been using every effort to have the matter taken up. At the caucus of Republican Sen ators held some time ago Mr. Frye asked for Instructions about the bill, but beyond cxpnsslng the belief that the bill should be considered as a regu lar appropriation bill, to be given right of way at any time, the caucus did nothing. Mr. Frye has not desired to antagonize tho Tariff bill with his meas ure, but he feels the necessity of having It put Into what may be a lone confer ence as soon as possible. There nro chances, of course, that tho bill will not go tbroueh. There has been a feeling among the friends of the hill for some time that tho White House Influence was lnlmtcal to It. They have believed, therefore, that there was a possibility that the bill would be killed. The easiest way to do that would be to prevent Its consid eration In tho Senate. Mr Frye will doubtless make an effort to have It taken up before the present week or early In the week following. He will try to reach an Agreement with Mr. Alli son, but failing in this he expects to an tagonize the Tariff bill with the River and Harbor hill In the morning hour. WILL IT PASS? (11IBAT DIVBHSITT OF OriXJOK IIBOARD INO TIIH yHDIHtAL BLIOTION HILT The question whether the Federal Election bill will pass the Senate at this session of Congress or not Is just at present interesting Washington more than any other topic. Views of the situation vary very materially among the members of the Republican party In the Senate. Mr, Plumb, who Is an op ponent of this legislation, is quoted as saying that he believes that It will pats the Senate. On tho other hand, one of the most prominent members of the Finance Committee said to a reporter of the United Press only a few days ago that ho did not think the Tariff bill would be put through tho Senate before Sep tember 1, and that It would be so tlllH cult to keep n quorum here after that time that he did not see how It woukl be possible to pass the Blectlon bill. A Republican caucus will be held pos sibly the early part of the present week to determine upon a plan of action. i. ..I... i - . NAVAL ORDERS. Hie i'eniiacola the Jflaohlp ol tlio bouth Atlantic HqumlroD. Commodore William P. McCann, has been appointed an acting Rear Admiral and has been ordered to botst hit dig on board the U. S. S. Pensacola on August 1. It Is sakl at the Department this morning that the order has no sig nificance or bearing upon the reported assignment of the Pensacola to convey Ericsson's remains to Sweden. Commodore Hamsev says that the Pensacola will sail for the South At lantic soon after August -1 as the flag, ship of that station, ami that some other vessel will have to be selected for the European tour. The Essex and Enterprise have also been ordered to the South Atlantic squadron. This leaves the Baltimore as the only avail able vessel, and the Commodore con jectures that It was a moral certainty tbat the Baltimore would be ordered to Europe. Lieutenant William S. Hogg has been ordered to ordnance duty at the League Island Navy Yard, August 1. Assist ant Surgeon 31. J. BUekwood has boas ordered to duty la the Bureau of Medi cine and Surgery. Iter. Hubert Oollysr Ue-44. Salisbury, 3Id., July 38. The llev. Robert Laird Collyer, oae of the moat widely known Unitarian divines in this country, died yesterday at his country eat a iJverguaea. iltt. lie was strtckast with paralysis Friday night, aad did not again gain eowtcioiisafa. Dr. Coilvw was ISO years of age, and bad occuelad pulpits in Boston, Chicago. Brooklyn, Washington and Kansas City, and ia Leicester, England. Ha was at one time a Methodist Episcopal minister. Wast Tbeiu for lt Wsrld' Fair. Hon. Robert P. Porter, Uw Superin tendent of ike Census, has bean tendered the position of chief of the Bureau of Awards at the World' Fair, and Pro, feasor G. B. Good. Assistant naewMry of Ike SsaKksonlan Institute, has bean offered the position of chief of thn Bu reau of Classification and Catalogue. Both of these places are considered very important KnUkor of the gentkmen have as yet acoaytnd KMts CtkMS' IU. New Yosts. July in -Mrs, iUrgawt C. C. Steele, thWst sinter of tk late Boscon ConWiag. is dangerously ill at be home in Brooklyn. Skeistiytan old, and was for twenty years an in aneiascw in the New York Cosiow Bouse. YtalAfcwl lata ma) Law. David okoyer wa wrested to-day by Deputy Harnhil Joyce and fasknn be fore United nVtaiet CosnsnJsssVoner Browne, charged by C. H. Baser density collector of intarnai sesenm wUk manufacturing tobnw wkkout knvbjsl nnkl Ike nnedal skit- Qavtt-nef vtse it&asnannatanw A civil service . WS kebj today for four tka 8tiuud nWvke. two and sumogxapker. two irsnatsrs fas Custom House and one transfer in tka Pf.stwnVe ninaja.ment IT eera 1 Var sttstsMiB . . ;l. vKk bi' , Am'. J hll in n 4 ifa- ISHSSft Wjk, ul utjar in Von Kupps's beautttui opera, "Tbe Lovely Galatea. Nw extra i.Urg. U WJct ul feiL-inotj L.ai.U lv--Jti'l '-J.U ,L.ij fl RDP DOWN m THE MIGHT. A Steamship Oittte with nSeueWMM-. fb Orw AitvM. Bowwi, Jnly S8. The steamship t). H. Miller, frovn Baltimore, whteh at rited here yesterday, browrlit th enp taln and ctbw of the steamer ClMtfes MoTand, which wns run down ami sunk bv an nnkown whooiKT ear) Satnrriny nioming off Delaware Breatwater. Captain Marshall of the wrecked steamer tell the following story: "The Monikd snttett ffat New York Friday afterfltxm tor Vert Cruit with oil be longMc to the 9ta4ard Oil Company. She hd on board a crew of eighteen, the captain's wife ami daughter. On Saturday morning at 1:80 o'clock, dur ing a gate, an unknown schooner was sighted dead ahead. The steamer was fmt to starbonl, but the schooner changed btr coutse at the same time, the mull being a collision. "The sailing craft, deeply laden, stnick the steamer amldshlos, tearing oj en a ten-foot hole and flooding the engine-room. ' The mhooner's mist went by the board, ami as the gale drove the vessels apart cries for help were heard coming from the schooner. The steamer filled so rapidly that all hands had to take the boats, saving nothing. They wore only kept afloat by constant bailing. At 10 o'clock in the morning the cxbansed crew sighted the Miller, After an hour's exciting maneuvering on account of the heavy tea, all hands were gotten on board. Captain Marshall was badly Injured by flying splinters. What became of the schooner Is unknown, but II is believed that site went down with her crew. SOHDAYSCRAPsT A NtRto Striken 111 Antnconlst With n llrlck. There was a lively Sunday-morning fight In Douglass Alley between Rill Jones and Jim Townsend, both colored, There has been a little bad blood be tweon the two men for some time and thoy airrced to light It out according to Qucnsberry rules, but before thoy had gone very far Jones hit Townsend with n brick and laid him out. Townsend was bleeding badly from an ugly gash In tho head and his wife after waiting half an hour wont to the Slsth Preclnot and gave nn alarm. The patrol wncon was sent, but Townsend would not consent to be tnkcu to the hopItal. Jones was afterwards arrested by an ofilcer and locked up. On Saturday night at 12 o'clock there was a row In the samo alley and a woman was heard calling murder for several blocks. No arrests were made, though. In the Police Court this afternoon Jones pleaded guilty. A $10 tine was Imposed. T!ioiunml on the llelRlita. Every Sunday from noon until sua R't for some time past the Intersection of Thirty-second and M streets, George town, has been almost Impassable, owing to the big crowds waiting to be carried by the cars of Georgetown and Tunailytown Electric Railroad to the picturesque heights along the route. Rut this was not the case yesterday, not tbat many persons did not seek the cooling breezes of the country, for the number was almost doubled, but that the carrying facilities of the railroad were in better condition. Several new and richly-finished cars were put on, and there wore consequently no lengthy waits. There are more cars coming, In cluding, It Is understood, several vest! buled twelve wheelers. The road has already "proved Itself to be one of the most popular ever established. I'ranli Want round at Chloaco. XEwnvnan, N. Y July 33. A tel egram was received here to-day notify ing Mrs. Frank Ward that her husband had been found by Detective AI Mo Davltt at Chicago. Ward, it will be remembered, left his duties as receiving clerk of the Brooklyn City Railroad four weeks ago Saturday with the In tention of coming to Kewburgb. Since that time nothing had been heard of bim. It Is not known In what condi tion Ward was found by the detective, but It is probable that he was demented. No arrangements have been made as yet In regard to Watd's future oa re turning East, but It Is thought that If his mental condition will permit tbat he will be brought to Newburgb for a brief vacation. Fqlal Ulcctrloa! l'henoiuenon. New Flohexck, Mo., July 98. A singular electrical phenomenon is re ported from Amerfcue. sixteen miles distant f com this place. From a small cloud in an otherwise clear sky a single vivid flash of lightning descended, striking two men standing against a batbedwlre fence, Instantly killing one and paralyzing the other from the wtlst downward. A number of horses were hitched to the feaee, ami one was killed and several Intured. Tne shock was felt all over the village, several persona being stunned, while a hoy la a house tome distance from the point wheie the boil struck was knocked down. Winner at Saratoga. 8-ttuTotu, N- Y , July SS. The weather today was warm, wftk a cloudy sky. The first race was west by Bradford, with Oeynet second and Vldette tklrd. Time M. The second race was won by (Ionian Reel, witk Puzzle second and Aus tralia third. ItmelSSi. The third race was won by Modjeeka, Cascade second and Tons Donahue tklrd. Time, tfty-tkree second. The fourtk race was won by Long shore, witk Little Cute second ami Xajor third. Time, l.-WJ. pi mi ii m m " m AtiWHlM its Ukdv, Ckarkts Calkoon was before Judge Miller this afternoon for annulling Of icerKern. The latter had Calkooa's son under arrest and he undertook to take kits from Ike oOcer. Kern took Cajkjae to ike autlon kouae. Judge Hitter land tke jht" U- Wiu the Aiuta Must Lot'taviun. Kt., July 88. Last ntgkt a betgkt tram on tke Louisville and HaskWile Bond sirufi a mule near Sulpkui Station, decnilaMg tke train, wkkkran tkrougk a tofcife. fbeaaan George Barker was killed and Ttogtoitw Murphy badly hurt ii i i J " H' .- witt fresiiiktf Manx sw AtuirTA. CU. July fc Tke sktsiesne thrmrt ikni saornkag sef ujand a aev trial for TomWoUoik. vko mur dered nine pf rtfws In Bibb County. I tsaomd t '. Marriage hViWsm vete ieaued to-day telasnen Hananr and tr.nM Ware, Ckwks k. Andenon and Mary Brink ley, iB uTthw city. Tdti). kvwi Ifcanonj to Harper's r"rj. Mo oaeruitnnar csoniae Sry skket -MHtknektnrwnwMs4ss. .Sound trin C Tram kvw B fc O. TkUMdnf, iul U,Ut a Secure seats hlc i uU. il RIOT AT A POLITICAL BJStl&G. A impntr AlMitit the tJlvWO" er Time Ntn ..RK,,Tnly W.-tne f hw tnc f. 1 1. inn spwfat rrotft fthtnlngham. Ala At n nnlltipal bnrrfectrt at Dav s Oap Walker Countr, c Saturdav. a 1 fifiht rrrttrrrd. In which thirty shot. wrn- flird and seTernl propfe xt rn'rd A terrible riot was narrowly ,' avoided. R a IHmocrnOc meeting, He speakers being OewgrWWiaJ. Bank head, revtral Imin ftoitt tM cHy. nd i the county candraate. R. M. Ijong, Republican eaodhiate for Ooretnor, was prestnt with other Retmbllcan speakers, and they were Ihvlteu to a joint discus Hon. A dispute arose about the division of lime, ami as to who should sneak lat, the result of which was a free flht. T. L. Long, Democratic candidate for the Legislature, and a son of the Re publican cam! Wale for Governor, was strnck on the bead with a baseball bat and badly litttt. Several others were sllchtly wounded, but no one win killed. The Republican speakers took no part lb the discussion after the fight. REBELS VICTORIOUS. Tho Itflvolntlnnlstfi nt ltnrnon Avres Defpflt (Internment Troop, Bi'KMos AvKKa, July 38. The revo lutlonaty movement Is spreading rap idly. There was desperate fighting be tween the government troops and rev olutionists yesterday, The former were dofcatetl ami 1,000 of them were killed or wounded. The revolutionists have been joined by the navy. The covernment house and the barracks were bombarded yesterday by tho ar tillery of the Insurgents. The'opposlng force have arranged a twenty four hour truce. The Department of State Is In re ceipt of a telegram from United States Minister Petkin at Ruenos Ayres, Ar gentine Republic, stating that revolu tion by force of arms is In progress; armies divided and state of siege de clined. WANAMER AND THE COTTAGERS. The Newport I'ontinnMer Itcilatn n Itnlil on tho Trentnrr, Newi'okt, R. I., July 38. A few days ago Postmaster Brown received Instructions from Postmaster-General Wanamaket to add two letter-carriers to the force, In order, It Is Bald, that some Philadelphia cottagers might recelvu the Philadelphia pnpors earlier. Postmaster Brown had not been con sulted and did not approve the ex pense. He disregarded the order and wrote Mr. Wanamaker that the change was unnecessary and would not be made, adding that, if Mr. Wanamaker did not approve this course, he could appoint a mw postmaster. PARNELL STILL TIIeTeADER. Tho IrUli Member lirny tho limlnua- ttonn u r Dltatmlons. Lonl gpttM it M X J", TrwM. ( rwfcntoy.) The attention of the leaders of the Irish party here Is drawn to the persist ent attack! on Mr. Parnell which are beiDg made by a New York newspaper that Is supposed to be friendly to the Irish party. The London correspond ent of that paper has been circulating the report that Parnell's leadership Is In peril and tbat he Is at odds with his principal followers. I showed some of those paragraphs yesterday to William O'Brien, John Dillon and others, ami they declared that there Is not the re motest foundation for such statements. They said further that they would not care to notice the attacks, except for the fact that In view of their mission this full to the United States they may do injury, as propagating the Idea that the patty Is not harmonious. The party, they say, Is as profoundly de voted to Parnell as ever, his influence In Ireland Is undoubted. l'otnpcllan rete, llaltlniore, rattnoonl, On account of (be wsatber the exeurtioa announced will be eancslcd for this p. at , July 30. Special train will leave II. A O. Halloo Monday 36 for this Fete at 5:90 p. hi. Tickets good on tbls train only; Including admission, $'... Depreulon on the titock it chance. LcoiDOK, July 98. 2 p. m. A feeling of depression prevails on the Stock Ex change. i-iiiM'ii ' m i ' iii ii m Why Not Tux Theae? Not enough credit baa been given the McKinley bill for Its devotion to the In terests of the poor man. Taxes on blankets aad clothing and earpets and all household utensils, even upon fruit which the fruit dealers will say is an "unhealthy" taxation ean do them no Injury so long as they have the follow ing articles fM.- Catgut, wbipgut and wormgul. Dejuielione. Ctdecory. Diamonds and pteeiom stone. Currants, Human hair. Dates. Grease. Okl soap. Mots and tea weeds. Rags. Mother nf nenit. Tobacco atesne. Kangaroo skins. Raddle. Iba II. & O. KittOMtaa pa HamuUua tele, HiMiiian, Atunilnnml. The k. k a have entirely sknsntaniat tke Idea of running trains to Baltimore to tint Fompeuau Vets at scnrslon rates. Their regular rates wLU prevaii. aaaanawasassaaaaBaEsmnsmmanaBsaaaap flQanttied Died. iUarrwa. IML1MD -1 avis - Tneadar evcuum. March U. una. by tkeliev. J.f- Wcbuiaoa. Wonknutoa of VlndsU anil Knuna Fraftces or wasningsoaww - MiWX-IIOtKI.-On aatanlas. July . uaw, tt it Tboaase; Ctuuva. KearYurk tj ue sucm nev. wuuam raret, u. u., sinop of jbrjland. asabted fcj tba Bev. tU-tcU tfSn rw!s tjL o7u lata BW-laantal B. Clyg-u 4 Witk. SVh? i.mttTelt TwatrseSiJ est, ahuvtcal wul take iaee ssvn u as stxeet ni4i tcbircb on Vedat Ul, t, at t p. ss- taeaetovsd aawktjter of swasua -J ',uj fcevn- and iranngsnaiiier of nam u InasiiMns Clark, alter a Uagvmn u .--. tke tttb tear of bar as. aged 1 ear auq smiuhs. VKUvmt,. VTOW Vt TBM rat. w wi - J"J X bi ajuaar" twr mW txat .?: and battll ctothlLi A Jdrcoa r .1 at JlbfE b .ID TAi,i tj V at -z flSJagi boftiseSbstar r c a xi r , pi INFANfl? ifttj INVALIDS. J " The onlv Perfect Substitute for Mother's MM. invALuaBLK m CHOir.A -NrivriTUM mo tcetmino A qntrklr .RnlnlM F.1 fw DYSPEPTICS, CONSUMPTIVES, CONVALESCENTS. A PENFECT NUTRIENT! an nwtfr ( niQVMtts its eesitiia. tttps is Ail ittMttts, DOLISER-QOOnALE CO.. BOSTON. MASS. SI'RCIAt, NOTIC15, BrrnErrjHT of tmic amtrmoR OSStTrMt. JtATTOWAL BANK At Washington, In the Dfotrfct of Colnmbia, At tie close of bnslns Jnly ta, iw. RBBOtJHCBI!. losmir tmrdm earw. and (ffseowits. aie,eBn or i,msa w,wd ee fl, teenren and tlttM- U. a. bond to nre clrentatbin. ttoeks. raenritlw, JndtnBt, elahn,ete Hue frrni arr111' reserve aeents ime from other natinfial banks. . Pnc from State batiks and bank ers Danklne home, fnrnltare and Sx tare Tntrent exrenm ami taxes rwht. rmlHms onU. H. bonds Checks and other oash ttsms Bxchanaes forelearbiK home.... mils e( other baekv Fraethmal paper enrrenev, nfok- tea go tn,ri si sn.sta os 1,TM OS ta.mos 1W55 stvessco 19,09 08 ISrMI K aiso so iass 1V8CO on ami cents Bfrore Vcfaltendsr ......,. ...... enc mpiwn idthi wim u kiisii' hut A per cent, of ctrenlatKHi).. WW M Total Ji,e8,eT n LtABILlTIBS. capital stock pahl In $t,oXi 00 Snrphw fttml 11MX) 00 UnUlvhlHl rrots . M National bank notes onUtandtnx. W.oco CO DlvlOomt uanahl 9!t 00 ImlUWnal I'sportts tnbjeet to eheek LSSftl T7 Ilcnuyiil certificates of deposit ,. W.T90 ro CcttSled chechf 30,108 ?J One to other national banki r.osa 38 Total ll,,t,T) JMrtr1t f Cehmihla, City f tt'uhkten, w I, Jims A JIUPF. oathlor of the' above named bank, do Htlemnlr swear thAt thn above statement l true to the beetot mr kitowledrc and belief. J.A.llUFF.CBililer. fuhfetlliol ami sworn to before me this Mtbdai otJnlr. i0 OUVBHT-TltOMI-SOX. Xotarr Public Conet Atttst: .I01I.V 1 BDWAHDS. B. CHAKLTON, W. B. CMHX, JAU. U BAHBOUH. V. K. MSNOIMIALL, ALI1BRT Ot.BthON, WILLIAM U. WBUll, IHret-torj. Kar AX UtIKAJI SBt fKITY AND THUST n13 CO., Hit (Jam w. This Cmapanr Will Inane on AUHltaT I next tta Moimd wrlea of tir0.no of debenture bond, bearlnc Inter eat at 5 1 er cent., parable ml annuAtlr. -enred by rillsT UEf DM orTHl'aTtitmu real estate In th CI1V or WAStllftOTON. areonntlric In Ibe aegteaate to fion.eon, de pnaltett with the Ileal Batate Title Iniurance Co. at the Pliltlot of Colnmbia, truoteea. The bonda Villi be In denomloatloiMOf SHO, ."0 and Jl.tOO. subscription at partothn above recelveil at lie office of tke Company. PEHlY II. MRTZtlBlt, Treasnrfr. A T IIB1TTON. ITealdent. Ir.U 53T CIlAKTXItKI) HV COXHKBtt 1SH. FKAXICUM IMSUItAXCK CO. OF WAbHlNOTON, 1). C. CA VITAL AND SUrlPLUtt, JtSaMC. Has never coateated a loan by Are, but always makea rromrt and liberal adjaatmenU. Ift Daniel ll. Clarke, nree't: rtaorve B. Lemon, vlee-prea't; Cearlea 8 l'rally, treaa ii. Fen wlck Vuuug-. sve'y; Will r. Botaler. aaa't teo'y. JuASm rSSf-WIlY HOT I1AVK YOL'R 8IURTS a-ty Made by one of the moat celebrated oatttrs In Amerioa? Price aama a thoae tblrdrate cutters cnarjte. 1. T. HALL, 9M V stn w BSFr-TEJirOHABY OFPICB OK TUB sv WASHINGTON LOAN AND TKUST COMPANY. lOOlFatreetn.w. CAPITAL 11,000,008. Tbla company taaaes eertlaeatea of depoalt beartDg lotereat a follow: 0 all aaouata deroaned for ninety days or aaore. bat lees than tlx Btonlba. s per cent. tr aaaam; 1 per eest. ou depoalta for more than six nomas, but leaa than a year and 1 percent, on depoalta of one year or longer. Sueared MVeatmeiu fur sale. Muoey loaned . W. B. HOBISON. See. K. II. WAKNBR.Pras. DIKBCT0H8: Cbarlea B. Bailey, (teorxe V. Seaafor, Jaiaee L. Barbour, John A. Hamilton, rteerpe R. Bartol, TboaMS oaMrvtUe, Rlebard V. Clay, John A. Swop. Horace S. CuBUttiiiKa, J. S. Sworaaatadt, J.J. IlariiavtoB, Hatleraley Vf. Talbott, John Joy Kdwm, (jeoriM Treeedell, Charlee J. FanlkBr, B. H. Warner, Albert F. Fox. A. A. Wuaoa, O. Q. Orees. L. D. Win. WIBtaM II. barley, B. V. Woodward. John B. Lamer, CImm. Beaj. WUklnsoa, A. S. WonUaeUM. fr-PK WBITB, CHIROPODIST, KM Penaa. av.,oopoalte W1Hrd's Hotel. Thonaaada from far aad near vWt Dr. WUte for reiVrf froaa and avotttaaee of eoras, bua laaw. dfawated aalU aad all other loot livable. Hoar. 8 a. n. tot . m. Sun day, S to . BatabibOwd 1U. Fee.fl. Kar'TUB STUKABB WABBHOC4B Isr or vats A3IBB1CAN SBCVBITY AXD TBUT COX PABY. A T. BB1TTOK, Freildaaa, nee able Fliteeiitb street, between L aad lTtU be oM to receive Fanslwre, Car rtsfee. Ulverware, Brto-a-brae. Matuary. wise, Traaas of Clutbio-. aad vajaablM of allkbida on Storaea. Aoaaat 15. ufi. Sanonte Lm.-ked boa " - - Special FsvUlti (or bturaee of ittlvr ware. PIiul Hinsn. Pintail, a Goods of all ftMrfprtoa Cawfally Packed aad Moved without trouble to Owaver. Ike only Absolatehr Flrecroo Buudiae ta Ike city not owned by tbeuavSrasamit. Ber 41 f oaaa door Ytsasne and tall ksfeaannihn obtstaeil at Oaice Aascricaa aaearity aad Trust CkMayanr. tstSOstrecaortksNat. AUsBBT X. BBtB, Wneral Hanataar. Waresawac Bw't h aaai i jgyj. wautkt ui Wnocaaaor te Mantr tea's naa, tmSWSTAKJUt, WIFA.AVB.B.W, BraMkOsnae.tBayt1nB4ae. s. w tUM WBJTT1BB BUVATOst HI BEST BLBVATOB IB TAB WOtUJJ. Over eS have been pat Into ibe beat build inss in n aabiucuis in the laat two year by as. ast imams proaanuy ramnaen. auo aeenu for tke Vortaiaatoa ateaa Pamfdoe Maokia Stf. Alao Ceneralllaf hhHal aatHkmrt. a lan atock of Baemea aad BuUers, Funos Bsttgistes proaantly famlaeed. Alo aeeats SM Vevatun ou hand W tearoom ssaatkwest fruu uui to nan aevetuk suest taltir't tT" BY' 1 trtimtt 1 tmsW' raTgniSBrUtke Si ant and as-iraiBe sgawuawarer ia uw . vau set ker new skawi Blajannlne and ntraw and tea nu snewwus tmv Orders lfjf B 1 mmmmmm mmmmmm mmmmu mimm&mm mm . SUtVT ttCSUJAB. miUcruUi ad. atviaaas tr W uares. DJaW BkBT-0 rOtiSltOUU So. UHttr J a w: b auud ordur: lucanua naexceuoa tor any twalnv. reut very reaaooawe. St Saeliiiil BIM9 w mt mw- jyatrt-t m aXortIltSltcSu&S ill, ovriOuauie awroanxai euaave y anaakto tut geu'''w" 1 KBVjtkjrj eBMWItjttBB tMC tMHtm f. BtBJUK. COB U. OF OBBpti Ok tU jU ms aud Territories. m ta. af- OPS- mM!UUJtM rRorrwvr.s. lllioFOHAIJ! FOB T PKWmTBH' AMU J Stand-War Hcp9T-nnt. snppljr PI vi'lrn, W afilfite, f C . JalT , !!) -'.alfd prnfoa, Wi eSnetlflato, nbtrt to II r nnl condltlOTWi. vtlll he received at tb! cfnt-enntit n o'cWk mnon frtoat, tt'f. 1ST 1, two, for fnmtMn, twelve smith 1 !-m!r Tfpewrit'r, twclte tyttwriter i'nd and twttve ropviMeta. Bllfr rtc wntfled that Tttv ard or f.-n-rtwl ai irptarc or ant bid nridrr thh alvrrllf ment still be made antll WhtPMS makejan apprnpriatioft from tMctl tho snoplts cl!e1 tr ran re pnTrhaited Tfce rsepartaient re crVM the rtirit to relfet any or all bhta ami to waive defecta. proposal mnat be m ( lo-rd la sealed envelopes Indowed on the -mfrt Proposals fot TtwWrltcrs and ftard," and addrnsssd to ft R. TITORP, (hhf supply Division. Jyv wAirrnu- iiKi.p. AAr'iMaMaiaf tats a, Jnnor ran, s emit for m JfiwrfUm,' mt fm tatva, w ABTBO-StX FIRST rXAW WAtTBRs at H'jrTOAWB Htrrnu in wnnv. HUM ttAirnro-A witttb oirl for obis VV sral honaework m a small family, man, wire and bov 8 years old; Herman pre ferred; to the riant party a ploanl hotM and irood waxes assnred. Apply at ISo. KM Ost aw . WABTBD-BT A iWKID CflLORBIl LAtrN drma, waahln and Ironing to do at Boms; refettnees siren. Apply fSlS.W.lt ay. A N ABLB ADTBRTIStifa, IBBTJRAm.'B, Safe. Llchtntne-ml- or nook Aent,or sfajtler, of gfoat snvutr faim, for .- - i H . ' . A T.. lvtot rairo, ror gnrarr Write London Allan- work. Large salary, ford rb. Oo . Y. WANTRt) MISORt.T.ANIMIVS. Aitttrtttnnfnu wnler MW Aatf,wr (hwsr Iftt, 6 eml nr tmt hwwrftai,' 90 for thrtt. A FKW DBBIRABLB ROOMS, WiTH steam power, aowl elevator wrvlce ami flrat elam Janltorshlp, In the POST HUILMHn, for rent at low rates to Brst-otaes tenants, Apply to STILSON nUTCHINS, OB Pott Ilaltdlna, or FRANK MAOU1RB, Snpertn tendent. rOIt SAT.K 1IOIISR1, tdrJIiM wuttr MW Anut, fmr Hnt er Un, ttnlt fer tmt tnirUtm; V0 ttttUftr thru. I70R SALB-A DAROA1N IF SOLt) AT " oncet 2-atorv and basement briek hoiwot T rooms and batfi; all mod Impa; altnated at No. 4S8 1 st n w; price tiJNK terms one third oaab, balatico J, 8 and 1 yearv. Anplj 10 FKANCI8 IlfFTY. IS01 F at n w. fefr-SB Fit FALB-IN ALBXANDRIA. HOOM framo nottso,nt finlahlne; nydraat In yardi lot 18x115; nu borne; prioe, IXI. Ap ply to 1IOBEHT J. TllOMAS, ltoom No. 3, tit 1Mb st. FOlt SALF-TIinKE OF TI1B OUKAlB8T hoties tn Washington, 100,108 ami lie Hthstno; two-atory and bamnt, browa stone trimming; 7 roonu and batb: aleotrle belH and cast price, SS.S00 each. ISOO oaab balance to salt or trade for (tood low. FPU ItBWTllOWSIW. AilHTliMrntnti wMttrtAU Aeetf, four Hotter Utt, SS nl fur bim iiwerf fm; SO unto Jtr IAtm. Toh BENT-UNFL'ilNIMIIsb- ' His Maw av. IT rs and atable tmi 00 Hi! K nt a w. IS m am 00 lbtl Conn ave, 14 rs UQ do 1thtex.. lira ISA 00 us M st n w, it rs lww ltosil ai 11 w. It n US W lHOiethetB w.iirs wo 1 1T3T o s t n w, 11 ra K ir rut n w.ism tea TbllinatBW.lIrs WOK) a Lalayettu Square, St ra eis k it n w, n n as V) Jno Ctiapln at n w. it M TS K eihNYavenw, ITrs Tdm rot mil at n w.ll rs M S7 IMOtWthatRW Xta SS SO lM3(ltn w.IIm SB SO Jtas nillyer Place, II rs turn HISNatn W, 11 r 60 00 !4Natn w.10 n 0M ilititie,in SO 00 lSIILatn w. M n SO SO lt N at n w. S ra SO 60 svrsatn w.wnt aesa wos.tnw. iom aoaa Ml s at n w, 10 r seal lMktonabtonat,tr SflO) lMoaMonst.t rs SUM ISU Hlaa Place, S rs SOW Hl.Olatn w.Sm SOSe lltOUtfaatnw, Mr, ttto llWKthsUi w.Tr , vSW itoscbaplnat.lra nw S13SPat.Tr 46 00 iaittiiatw.sr roeo sMtt inn at a w. ter w ieo?thstnw,atranddw It 00 'JKe tjai n w.Jra 1 M K'tstthatn w,0 r.... , m 5t lttb st n w, S rs . W15N Yave. S r 6e ltm 10thatnw.tr SS SO Widtbatn w.r ft) liMWIiiis w.s r ea ienS8thatBW.tr eo ins K laves w.Tr as oo StSBatsw.er C0 135411 at aw. Sr IS W 1381 flat at n w.S r The above boeae can be examined by per mit from our oatoe only. THOMAS J. F18BBK CO., IBM F at. a. W. T?OK KBNT-TWO BKAND NBW 8IX V room fraaM hooaea, man and dry loca tion; near church aad pubUe school U) UBioctowB. Inaalreof A. SXUKBND, tall MB W FOlt S.tLK AMI ItH-NT. T1BAL BOTATB BLLBTIiT " THOMAS B. WACCIAMAN.MTF street, Chaagw nude Wedaeadav and taatntiiay. SSTOKY BBIC'K AND FBAMB HOUSBai FOB SALK. IIS SwUi at a w. f h. w. and kooae rear, 1 reeeb HJX0 ltllll stBW.fb.tM tes asa to ass FaBw.fa.tr ul HlitbtBW,bW.r.... i0O 405to4UBaaialleyBW.ba. n 4,000 U4TaBdlaMadMMi at BW.fn.fr. aadtbh rear tao ssi togsaaUktBw. be. tw tjeo JtNtBW, fa.tr. aad t kamses rear 4 1MVKIW, f a.Sr 1.014 atWkstsw, ba.tr S.0W Alley bet tlh sad Ttk, L aad Jt U b w, fh.4 n S.S00 OLaiaw, b h. In SJSf SaaShata w. bh.Tr tVW ltUBB)VaetteetBW,f h,lr Idyl 461 and JS3 Bide at w, f a. 4 r tm 47L.taw,bb,Bil.tr. MS 111 nth at n w. f h. 4 a U6S tNSMWUNSllariW.IB, M Uataw,ta.t ra IHSBstaw, f k BWIMFBOYBS hBOeBBTY FOB SALS, Fart tot a. K at, bet MU and ITS atn w JB Las. kelUttajkraBkakaaw to Q.t, WltihaadBkkatsa w J 7t uh at. bet U anal X ste n w 1 rt Jtb at. bat B aad ' at a w I Tt Stth at. but L and M U 8 w 1 tj 1Mb st. bet B aad f ats a w tt V Pub barton ave and BaaU at. MU and Mat MSB W IU totb at, bet B and O at n w 1 O at. bet let and td u n w ft X e eor Va are sad Hi t a w Bt rtbataJboeeeraatave a w af B and cTikk aaTsiat ate- BOUamn BtJat BjanWT. rutlatat aw, Iw lm lCSGat a w7s. ajS tine i,fn. - mat llfBYavaaw.Tr MOB WBWeneatow.il. man lnrTavenw.Tnj. MSB Tiisataw.sre as lUUst.aa. fi lSSltUtatawTlrs S UM Bat a a. In- m TaSWtbauw.tr BJ bsitbaae,n m uascatsw.tra . B MetBrtaw,.. 9 te Beibrrei at n w. i as. ... . la asfnsjetntf.H g uai&lavesw,(ra- 1 StH at a ,... B a8 Eafrae at n w, I m St 131Si aw. In &3S&& bnBntln. lasned an tke taVef t aaeeet- Bwsiike- tt Wiitisrtatl mm awavtot-attiai- VW.HAlMr-p-U e, . . .1tei. , A !. C mlitSBJ, nH.Di-1 I LUtJBMU. iiJ:: -r .V'.J t$ A at S 8. f,.-h tV.-.'- ?jnmBjBBBBBBBBBj snBBBBBBi emBm T sfVkBaateltsT nsnerenlnnnnBmmW aenaJnater eTaJLHUC& UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION 3ver a Million BISTI!IBUTiDi B (Uaan Louisiana State Lottery Co, Incorporated by the Lsntslatni fovednea tkmal and charitable paspneoa, and IU rtnn ehlse made a part of the pt slant State Omv stltatkm, hi isrt , by an oYnavnntMine rera mb vera. Its OR AND BXTBAORUINAKT X1RAW I BOS take place Semi Aimnalty Mntra anil IeeMheT, and It RAN StNflMI MOM- UBH OBAWINB take ptaee In each ot the other ten wrath, hv the year, and are all drawn In pnbtte, at the Aoademy of .Masto, New Orleans, La. "We dn hereby certify that we ropervtse the arranirjamenta for alt the Monthly aad Hem1Annnal Urawtnasof theLonlslaaa State Lottery Co., and ta person manaee aad con trol the drawing iheinaelvea. aad that the same are conducted with honesty, iaimees and In good faith toward all parties, and we authorise the company tonse this eertlSoale, with fae almllev of our signatures attached, It advertisements." Yggg fSc Ceitiinlsalnnera. We the undersigned bank and bankers will pay all prises drawn In the Lonivtana State Lotteries which may be presented at onr counter: M. M. WALMSLXY, Prei't U. Nat. Bank. P. LANAUX, Pres't UW Nat. Bank. A. BALDWIN, Prea't N O. Nat. Bank. CARL KOI1N. Prea't I'nlon Nat. Bank. rawing WILL TAX I 11-ACB AT THE New Orleans, TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1890. CAPITAL PRIZE, $300,000. 101,18 Tickets at Uh Hahres, Quaiters, Tenths, ll Twetiltetbs, SI. LIST OF PRIZES: 1 FRISK OF S9 1 SBoiftM 1PB1XKOF 1M.UMUI WajHSI 1FBISBOF SOjOMi le6ds 1FBIZBOF Mjmt VMtt SFBI8BBOF kMare eaJOS SFBUBkOF UMut BW saPBJXBHOr LOWare StvftM UMPBlBBaiOF SWare taAar aM FMiaaHiOF MSare anjtaat 6DU FRUKSOF mSare Bi Avna)stausa raaans- najFvtsesot- StaOate., ttBBW aMFriaesof Mt are ajkt icoprtzcaof mo are ........ asjhat amFrnKwofianlaM. SMPstaesei utase. sjaiPvinN iCEKTs waot mrsm tJaFencteaarnaoiaayrartaer ttoa neBBMat wette aantWy to the Caaaay. staeat aad Bamker- ktstv mmt re tmst asatl deilverF wsjf ka aaanmni, na noaw iawtattnesn envelene kaartMonrlnil aV Irnportant. As) ondmary Letters oiTntajhtkht rastai 9teaBMter Ctoden leaned brail of Ben York M, A. DAUPHIN, saw amjuiikLA, "r snR3Sn',pnW nm SJT B,HHtjBW tkat tkewawtnlef Fruxw at 61 AeUBBJlM B fX7B U04LaX BAltaoltoiwinwis and tke ttaknts am iMd bf tke rwattiuBt m an uslaWtt waswoknMesnntrlnBMnM reeonnsJ. tn tke biekeatuearta. ttmnstvnss. Warare uj all im) tatihfnr ur aaiAi4nnjaMnjBMfjani.M BMiktm tkna ske mmmmomvt wass nP' w nwneBnm mmjaenaeftmmj, smBBm maaBBBBmBmy ssmamv Mts t ntitniejrt sBnte SetBanf Otv ants) snskV tSACT wkk the mete of Loalafavaa km CDBa NOT BXFIBB I NTH JaBVAT 1. La .rfzmt-?$ GrandMonivD ...fsajse Mjsstjbv FOR SALE! HOUSES. n-ttoTT asM cmnntwni tt-rDom hr ck tmm ait jiiib nstniniitBwste; situate Second strjet tintweetji C ann D sn. ITO Men, ,noo 8-storj frame hrwith laws hrt; situate on Siatk street, between A ana C in. STT rrtee, noon. k-stovT brick hiisstn, evjatathtnt 9 room and betht stse nt tot, 1818; sttnatc nn O street sw. m rYtte, fB,non n-atorv and bark bvjfM!n hrteft dweliirr, etmratninsr 10 rooms; alt hwirtent tmprnvr ments; annate on eemer f Jflath and 0 strWBts tw. 4BB rrice, ,ono. Setory bttck honse, ft roae and btb, situate on 1, street, between Jfertk Capitol and First streets nw. 4(W Prten, ,.V0. netrtr7 nvteR nnvne, cvnttatnlns! 18 rooms, alt modem lavprnvemente; sltnate No. tw S street nw. 486 rrtee, ttO.WO. ft-rtory brick honee, 19 mom; stse of lot, 98x18ft; annate No. 1-188 N st, nw. 181 Vrtce, 10,000 9-story ami tmssmsntt briek nmiai. 7 rooms and batb; attnateon New Hampshire; awnne, bet, L and M sta. nw. m rrtee, i,soo. 8-story ft-room briek kOBse: sltnsle rm tnsvemad avr., bet. lttk ami Mtn, W acd BvnuHlarr. HB Price, r1,00. 3-4ory S-room brick kenee, en Wallath Place. 161 rrlce, 4,300. 9-story rVroom bttek hetwe; situate on Wallach Mace, 1tc Price, f,lM. 3-tory brick bowse, eentetntaRll rooms and batbi and all ntodern tnrnrnvemcuts, altnate No. 1980 Q st. n, w 460 rrice, 1.15,600, Improved property on the north side of U st., whle front. 414 Price, 135,000. A laryre stable property In a desirable lo cation: now under lease to cood tenant, parlnc il per cent. 81? 1'rice, ISa.000. 4IM Frame dwell I na;, (Jrant ave., Muutit lleaaant. l'rlce, ",0f3O. tea Four alley nonees, eontatolna 4 rooms; each rent for IS per month. Price, fASOO. 480 8-room frame boose, lot 30x75, on stse. Price, tS,000. 407 8-atory and cellar brick house, j rooms and bath; situate on Columns Height. Price, 110,000. lleeae at Fulls Church, Va. A new eottace, annate ooty S mtnuttV walk from Falls Church eUUone. W. ,t n. R. K., Va., eontainlns;8 rooms, bath, pan try, aad trunk room; stse ot lot, 110x"0 feet, rrice, 13,100. Terms easy. AUK) A new eottaee, astnetc only 5 minute' walk from Falu Cfcnrek statinD, VV. A O. K. K., Vs., eoatalaina:, parlr. dtntnsproom, ktteken, 4 bed-reoms, l.i.n,, servant' room and attic. Price, JJ.a, Term easy. turuiit Urontiil S'orllieuat uuil Vtntli. vttaf, All of snnare 101Hm..m.m.m....m.mm... 2f kontk H.m.-.-..... asc i, , iaafl... hx l1.....-.-.... inc JntK V Jill leeeeeneeeeeeeeeeeaee avKT 4 let Mlei..... -oc SF IIBjlfaHaHiss sbsss'imss JaT sf trHeeenette eeeeeeea tC J " Utww. w.. auc tw J9fjnrenee eeeee eoeee - C A JBBFtl vaMMfla eeeeeeaa)ea JtJV. Waeeeveeeeejeeeeeea '40 X MHtBe.),, eeeeeeeeees iWaeeeeeeeeeeee)eee) TnJO X MHtBnaeae eeeenoeeee 'HlC JmnWieeee a J-t lnsnnne sssta eeeee e 0 dieee e e . 11 M MW .. m...... euc t ntf-.... hoc " MMW.MWM., 4 7" " 1BU..M.. ic tleaaM la Alexandria, Va, B-atery nnck dwiH, U Mem, win eekee annex and tarne ant Iota; srtuau oc asr. Ikske and it. Aaank at.; tot 7ij. tvatory aad bask hjll4faT dwetBair - r tatniaj It roanM and batb; lot KsVO t ' nale So. AH mace at, 4t Frkse,kt,y0 S-elery aad back bnlldrnsj brick hou-c, eiwtalning 13 rooms; sttuate on soutbtast car. Prince and Patrick at. 48 Price, 3,5o0. t-atnry brick dwelsmer satsm, bailt m -!.e meat asieatanlrat manner, esawtatam ." rAms; atre of tot mmT m rrtao. KSttt kterv aad back btiiUraf brack boa-?, eMantasnfnjt S romna, nisiaete an Opium ' 4 st,, near frtnee. MS Ptke, kt,k 4tt 8 story brick dwelaMer avtae, cue tamksg la) renms aad all modern biru taents; lane avm vasal; satmtte oa cr Wsakingtun and Cajaerem sjhw evtwiid (MeTCkriat Cburck, tleraneWaTY: Tl s tt tke boat sttaaatkm in tleeansWs Frk t . amjau, Terse. tlatkkwt caeb, est and two lease. -A ft- WHOLE SQUARES ROSSLYN. Ctty. FRANCIS HUFTY ItiJ &tgt linker. I veti Wiilistt-ieii, (