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THE DAIIiY CRITIC, THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 31, lf)).
h i AT THE CAPITOL AN EXEITT1VE COMMUNICATION LEAPS TO A LIVELY TILT mum mm m mm. Did Cormptioi Uti to the Pawage of the Sil7r Mil ? THE ALLEGATION CAUSSS A DEBATE. The Senate Approves the Disktet Arrets. fiiition Kll.-Matfers sf Interest to Washingten. The Senate in acwnlnncc with tfae resolution adopted yestertlay mot at 10 o'clock this morning, hut with Ism than ft dozen members present to Hstn to the Chaplain's opening prayer. Mr. Gorman at once raised the ques lion of a quorum. A roll cull showed only thirty-two Senators present, hnt others soon enme In and by 10?H) a (juortim was present and the journal was read. An executive communication from Secretary Noble. Inclosing a loner let ter from Major 1'owoll, director of the Geological Survey, on the subject of Irrigation and canal sites, was laid be irro tho Scnataand Mr. Gorman asked to have It reed. After the Clork had rend part of tho letter, objection came from tho Itepubllcnn slda of tho Chamber to delaying public business by rending a communication that could be printed nnd laid before members to-morrow morning. This led to a sharp discussion about printing such documents In tho Jle&rtl nnd some warm words passed between Mr. Gorman nnd Mr. Sherman. Tho former Insisted upon having tho lettor rend, nlthouch Mr. Hawloy, chairman of the Printing Committee, assured htm he could havo tho communication printed within four hours. Mr. Slier man finally objected to tho further rinding of the letter. Ho did not want business delayed by It. Mr. Gorman remarked that If the Fcnntor from Ohio had been In the Chnmlcr In tlmo this morning, under his own resolution tho document could have been read and tho public buslnoss facilitated. He would not submit to have any Senator Intlmato thnt because ho wanted a public documont read, In order to get Information from It, his object was to delay tho nubile bmlnesi. Mr. Sherman resented iho emphasiz ing of the fact that he had come Into tho Chamber this morning tlftcen minutes utter the hour ilxed for meeting. He hnd been engaged during those fifteen minutes In public business which he crcsldcred as of more Importance than llsticlog to the reading of tho Journal, He was probably present In the Senate four days for tho one day that the Sena tor from Maryland was. The Senate thon decided thai the document should not bo reed. Mr Gorman, with some warmth, re tented the Insinuation that because he wanted It read he was dolaylng public business. Tho presiding ofllcer then Bald the letter would bo printed as a miscellane ous document. Mr. Fryc mode a statement In rclatlou to the HI vcr nnd Harbor bill to the effect that, as a result between tho Committees en Commerco and Flnancot tho Itlvor nnd harbor bill would bo taken up on Friday of next week. Consideration of the tariff was re sumed, tho subject then under discus sion being licorice paste. In tho llouae. In the House this morning Mr. Oates of Alabama, as a question of privilege, rffercd a resolution for the Investigation of the charges of corruption In connec tion with the passage of the Silver bill against members of the Houso, con tained in an editorial in the JVuf&mal EcQnomUt. Mr. Oates said that when a charge of tbU kind was made by a respectable journal it was worth Inves tigation. Mr. Cannon of Illinois contended that if such charges were made speclQo and by somebody who had evidence to sus tain them, it would bo well to look Iqto the matter, but under the circumstances they were unworthy of notice. Mr. Grosvenor of Ohio thought if the House were to take cognlzanee of the matter at all It should be sent to com mittee. Practically it was no charge. Mr- Rogers of Arkansas sold that it was generally understood that the Speaker passed all the b'l s in the House, therefore the chary- was aa Ib feieotial one against the rie.ktr and the resolution oueht tobei. lopted. Mr Peters of Kansas was opposed to dignifying the article in quastloa by raylrg any attention to It. lis denied the right of the writer (e wake a charge in the name of the Farm we' AUlane Mr lUchardscn of Tennessee eon tli'trtd the editorial an assault unoa tLe Integrity of the House, and last l dy owed ft to its fair fame to Juve the matter investigated. The Speaker decided the motion was rot a privileged one. la doUg so he said these paragraphs were constantly floating about ia the newspapers f tke ) ccuntry 'roey were ot vague charac ter and made bo states sat upo which anybody could be expected to predicate a belief or a coavicstosu Te House would be put to great laeeaveai enee if any rs amber had ike right o the production, of a paraspapst llse tkto to demand as tavefittoftUea. Mr. 0iee appealed! raw ike ttaritio. wbiib. however, was stistalaed by a vote of 85 to 71. The House the west issio Catnmitsse rf ill r TTirlr Tin tin finiln 'Tiiwiinajrjhr to tie Sundry Civil Apptoarrioa MB. and discussion of the fartsjnUan inline wae tea wed. District ia Coacres. The District Com mis sine ats have submitted a bill to the House DmirJet Committee to compel the aWandnsae U witaeeses oa police trials ia the Eiatsfct, asd if the wttaarsw lause, they ahU beheld guilty of esmUmyl ami pun ished timrsfor The UIJ also wovUes that tks fees for wltseeaes shall ha the easM aa thaw allowed to wMoeiiai la the Police I'lKUt The t x en BTdmstmri, taste tss' tine nueudty fur the powers i;eniej plated in the bill hat loo beea feU. sad that tie preaeat iaveetigaUoa bow ka p t rets U greatly esBhajrraisad by the lack . i auOiorily whkh fee bfttt would COS lu Mr Harris tutoodncad the bill is iln s-eute to day. Mi Harris auo istioduoed- a bill auLUotUtai; the PreelaVst to dttati tew tlij:iaci.r oMeen front tbe Artuy. of luxk auburdisste Vj the ngia.r Coo im-bWir, to uecsonu smse duties as ii ay u 4MBga4 tbtua by the Board of H UiO-laoi'.'Otf I'm. t-.uU; to iy adopted the cOS Uata .H vk lav PtstlUl ApUSC relation Mil. It will go to the rreaj dertt at one What lllrtctor ttmell Ha nnno. The Seewrtaty f tfco Irtterfor, la rt spMrw te the remttithm of the Smeto of tire 10lh Instant, tmrstrdttwl to that body today a statenwnt of the sretton taken by the Director of the Qeototfriti SniveyMn selecting site foT reservoiTi, etc., nnder the Irrl tatlort act ef October 1, lSS. The Secretary tys that Director Powell hl tttually surveyed tire IIM mntitre hm rabdlvidetl. If Je, mtt Ititsdlled fturry the work to ttM eist of fttof Ding a system for fb rnWrWHWh Of the water. Accompanying the latter ate explanatory letters from Director Iowll awl the Commissioner of the General Land Office. CLABKSON RESIGNED AGAIN. The Oniclnl Itenittrann nt tho Tost oniee Uepnrtmont to do Out. The Baltimore Sun this morning states that Assistant Postmaster-General Clarkstm tendered Ills resignation to the President yesterday to take effect at once. During his conversation with Harrison Secretary Noble came in, and General Clarkson had to retire. SHOT AT MR. LAWLER. till Wife Clinrcot With Apsnnlt With Intent to Kill. Mrs. Honora Lawler,' who "shot at her hubby," at No. 3980 M street, on Tuesday night, was before Judge Miller to-day charged with assault with Intent to kill. The warrant was sworn out by the husband. In court this morning Mrs. Lawler asked that beforo sho made her plea that she be allowed the privil ege of looking over the bill for divorce filed In tho Circuit Court yesterday. Mrs. Lawler was placed In tho custody of an ofllcer and taken to tho City Hall. This at tornoon Mrs. Lawler answered (o the charge against her, and furnished ball in the sum of $200 for her appear ance beforo the grand jury. Judge Miller Telt that whilo tho ill vorco proceedings woro pending that It would not be wlso for him to mako any other disposition of the case. Tho night tho shooting wns dona Lawler came homo very much under the In fluence of liquor and attacked his wife. She shot at him, she says, with the In tention of crippling him and declaros that she will do It yet. One bullet struck in tho door about ten feet from the floor nnd the evidence was that tho shut was fired at close rnngo. Chances lnOlttce, The followlnc official changes woro roada in the Department of tho Interior to-dty Otllce of tho Secretory John W. Langlcy of Kentu:ky,JosIah W. Qnlnby or Ohio nnd Orson II. Glllmoro of Illi nois, membors of the Hoard of Appeals, nt fi.000. Ptnslon Office William A L. Grcs ham of Indiana, appointed clerk at ?1.200. Patent Office Miss Mary A. lbrnes of Maryland, resigned. Olrlce of Education James A. Pulsl fcr, appointed confidential clerk to the Commissioner at $1,200; Miss Frances O. French of Maine, promoted from ?1,200 to $1.100. SliocHlni; Munlor nnd Suicide. Mechanicsbuiio, Pa., July 31. Jeremiah Miller, a wood chopper, who lived In a cabin on North Mountain about eight mllec from here, shot and mortally wounded his wife yesterday and then killed himself. The husband accused his wife of infidelity, and work ing himself Into a passion seised his shot gun and emptied - the contents of one barrel into his wife's breast. Mil ler then placed the stock of the gun on the ground and fired tho remaining bar rel Into his stomach, killing himself In stantly. The woman cannot survive. To Try lbs Kiperlinent. Marriage licenses were Issued to-day to Adam Mezenburg and Mary Post, both of Washington, D. C; Henry A. Johnson of Philadelphia, and Olive C. irvln of Washington. D. 0.; William Gunther of Ualtlmore, Md., and Mary Edna Corbett of Lovettsvllle, Loudoun County, Va.; Charles Y. Peet and Lucy Hamilton, Samuel S. Brown and Carrie E. Hill, all of Washlngton.D. C. i i Waltlac to l'y Taxes. The clerks In the Tax collector's otllce have had to hustle the last two days. All day yesterday and to day there was a long line of people, extending from tho Collector's office out to, and for a considerable dis tance along, First street waiting, In perspiration, their turn to pay the water taxes on their property whicn was due the 1st of the present month. " ' HertzoB Fined. The ancutnents in the HeUdg iSArub Hog ease were resumed this after eooa. Attorney Cahlll making the opealag address and claiming that the club wm incorporated ami, therefore, sot a gambling house. Herzog was tfaed 35 a ad gives oat day In jail. An appeal was noted. Urave Firemen Injured. Chicago, July 31. Pivearemea were injured at a Are at Unto ami Lake streets last sight, ami two will probably die. Two were throwa from a ladder ami fell nearly forty feet, ami the other fell through a skylight. The damage will taceed 188,008. Mr. Lawler .Imwnr. Mrs. Hoaora Lawler filed to-day aa aaawer to her huabaad's bill for divosce, ehwrgjag that he k adsttetod to the use of lheor. ami that he had fiertsmetiy croelly ami brutally assaulted her. It' 'ovr Our Property. The sew bridge at the foot of Peaa aylvaaia avenue tout beset wae to-day Uuaed over to the DiaUict Cojsubu iioaereby Quae red Haimu View X a, CowaeMat PnlteMDtuw. Mr. Geeege William Curtis ie aiwsye latetettiBg ia has Easy Chair talks. Mr. Cuttie puts ia a piee for dumb aaimte who are subject to cruel UeaJmeat is hie latest work of this Uad, asd It is ampo priate sow. when so sassy people leave cats asd other creatures at their homes, to suffer from lack of food and atteasioa while they are sway os their vacadosa. X hasdtome tribute is paid Mr. Henry Bergh is this cosoectioa. Mr. Curtis ia aroused to uswosted weantb Is hia ds suscsatJos of hueaas heartleasamss e exhibited toward depeadeat ilnmeatfa' creaturea- Hail He to sj am Ksua aa VemytvHta Huttnem). iur ibe UtLt.it, of tuoae deatrmg to vUt Ikicuu lariut tU iLoctlutf ot the Fatri ariLa Milium, Iudtoiudvui. (trdcr ot W iUuo Augul 3 U) IU, U i'cULyIviuU l.iilMJi tottlidll) Wilt M.U tXtUJ-sUto t . Li a lottii nu it sibfcit. Xati. f-.r lac i.uul ii i 1 1 kt-to i 1 ri Botd Vu,al - lv L, 4. J I u -. -1 VuUo! 1 I 13JO TUliiU (till tul l Laaret tV isttili Viuasac (rum C'bicao oetore aatfuat 7, and uXt -uri lirti i uiut be idcuUuvd ud Uic Utkit sUwlJ il ctutau Iti uUu DASTARDLY TRAIN WRECKERS. Sleeper jriaeed on the Traefc, bnt No Dnrnnco Dene. BofTc, Jtaly M. Tfl attempt wW mrw last evening to wrtck ttre PnlltSan train of the Boston and Maine rond, known as the Flying Yankee, as it wot passing through Chelsea about 9 o'clock. Jnst before It was dtre at the Eastern avenrte crowing three men re ported to Flagman Smith that they hl fonnd a new sleeper on the track and bml thrtWa Itr!wirTtSe bank. In a few minute He tnsitt -vHrne rnthing down ttre track asntltstppWaear the crowing, dropping a sleffer Wch It had struck near the Forbes bridee. It hail carried the sleeper a quarter of a mile, striking and splintering the ties and tearing up the road bed at Intervals. The enslne was only slightly damaged. The police are Investigating the matter sndgieaily desire that the three men who reported an obstruction should communicate with them. The train consisted of seven well filled can, and it was running with great rapidity when It met the oTrttttrctlon. rirst to Catch tho JmlEcs' Bye. Sahatooa, N. Y., July 31. The weather today is Clear ami pleasant ami the track In good condition. First race, one mlKs. Levlnia Belle first, Longshore second, Gertie B. tbirtl. TintcMMS. Second race, Saratoga stakes, two-year-olds, six furlongs. Balgowan first, Palestine second, Blacklock, third. Time. 117. Third race, three year olds, one mile and one-sixteenth. Hectare first, Worth second, The others were drawn. Time, 1.52. Fourth race, one and one eighth mile. Khonc first, Drtexle second, Clio third. Time, 1.00. Fifth race, six furlongs. Objection first, Austrnlltz second, Dyer third. Time, 1:108. Sixth race, six furlongs. Bradford first, Ballyhoo second, Cornelia third. Time, 1:101. . .I Ilo Met tho U'rone Woman, Fnm M nUmMphto Xtronl. A young man named William Tory, living on Haddon avenue, Camden, has for some time past been annoying a young lady of that city by his frequent visits ami tondor missives. Ho was told by the maiden that he was not wanted, but he persisted In annoying hor, and she finally nppoaled to her cousin for relief. When a letter was received, requesting a meeting In front of the Cooper Hospital for Friday evening, the cousin got a friend to dress up as a woman nnd meet tho masher. Other friends were lying In wait end they greeted Tory with a shower of flour, sawdust and similar articles. After pleading In vain for morcy, the fresh young man took to his heels and es caped, amid tho laughter of his Inam orata and her friends, who had wit nessed i he whole performance Consult tho iltaniirncturer From tk .Vtc Yrk TiiMt. A controversy is raging In Chicago between the Inttr (ktiin and the .7raW of that city concerning the real purpose of those who have caused tho duty on tinned plates to be raited In the pending Tariff bill. We suggest that a careful Inquiry in Ohio and Western Pennsyl vania as to the attitude toward this pro posed change of certain manufacturers who arc members of an organization called tho Iron Roofing Association might throw some light on tho question. I ! !! m -!! I It' un Old Truth, .ttow .Vm 1'er WtriJ. The truth which Mr. Blaine Is tell ing that the protective tariff system In no way provides a larger market for tho Jarraor whom It so severely taxes Is not new truth at all. It is the old truth upon which Democratic speakers and newspapers havo dwelt continually for many moons. And the farmers are be ginning to understand it, too, as West urn elections acd Western political movements clearly show. Musical Nlckel-ln-the-Hlot Machine. Paris cltlens will shortly be able, by dropping a half franc piece into a slot, to hear a play or a concert. MM. Ma xinovitch and Szaravady have devised an appaiatus for this purpose, whleb they have named the "Tbeetrephone," and they propose to introduce it into clubs and hotels. An experiment was made in Paris the other day, and was pronounced a very successful one. Exliautted Stuterlal. Vrotn IU BmtOK JhrotJ. The counting out of Demoeratie members of the present Congress has thus far proceeded to the extent that, out of the four Congressmen chosen by the people of West Virginia at the last election to represent them, only eae still holds his seat, and it U presumed that, if anybody cestui have beea found to make a cosiest against him, be would have gone, too, making the revolution complete. Kept III Word. Eattera Capitalist Greet Stare ami Strips' Is this the site of the new eity you persuaded me to help foam? Why, h's all hog asd swamp. Weetera Speculator Yae. air. You know 1 sein it ould be a seeeml Chi cago. KceltUc a Oret-U ta It-alt tJco, JM Uu I'aaKAMaa. One of the oddest uses of the Kieeae Ced ie that which it is applied to by the womea of asdest Kieasa, whose the cieed wae is great pert originally for mulated. They recite it after putting EU a pet to boil a a meaiuie of the seeded te cook them- It te said they do this without any hies of tueveiesce. new Sort at May. fiem UU OIU-Pmtiirnt. The country has six sorts of money gold cols, silver cola, goiti cattimkw. stiver certiBceiee. greaahsct asd sa- ssosal bask MUs-now. awl it will have another sort the Trent sty bullion soles whkh the sew silver law yeoeilee foe s few weese hesse. n ii i Kaatt't W a a BiUilnn. trttm (a St. Uuli lUixtUic. Oee of the gsesi uuettiiaas she He- mmaXatV Mi Halt SAVJ1 ftaUamm. H sS"lsT PP,ss ssnsssis asamssassa ny whether Haam Jieed's Uw tmmbt will Btshe a better itusitnsi thss He. Jim Btoass'e white plutse- JfcsaWjHsVbs HMMaU ktttaMlsaMte mm U4 Mm r WerU. Boss Qusjrs csstasige of "cocsa," "asad" ssd stteace is Pessaylvi it dafariaai huadamss of hoasatf itBtaasMeaas aaamwSrSm mBSBaBmiSf a aeaapa r w"jsnp to ths -"- of Psttieos asd Black. 4rT.se te Cbfcwne ami Siaanwi via M. . K K. OO ttt ifCSaton ol the IllnStlag fUi kjU MUUoKt, I O O. y., at CbioataS 4.SS ut j to 10. ibe Baliuuore uJ i.nJo Uil n.1411 ul otll ixcorsluu ikK.sU to that j.oli.1 AuLuit . tu d. IUi.lus.ve, at out-taxe fui . Lt ivUl4 Ifiy -iKkelsooil n-t'Q. Bg uulii August 11 VaflUagUiu Graud Cau tti leave via ltu lUMt il 30 n. m, 4uUst i TLkaU Li eolo t tLe tuuuuUtU at ihSd fiilu'' Mali, BCVtaLS dial tu.il l t Ji C LlSi.Ii tlu MO0N FACED PIRATES CAWBT. lf1j- lIlKhitrmrn ot CWrTtse Wfttef Cantoned or KtflSH. From r nit frttnrtum WSfSSlFl. TheVirrrny of Canton rtfwftt trre enptnre of a Inrge number of pttstes, and solicits rewards for the ofHestt Who specially dttlngulshtl trremeeltes in effecting thrir apprcteftfrftm. Trrtcoatt of the ( anton province h it at Ststest, been Infested for many years VjV buiid" of pirates, who hare formed tirem selves Into powerful organlstloir, and haras the country far ami wide. Tne chief of all theto goe!irt. whew nwm btr Is consMerabty over a hondred. was a rjororioTrt pirate cnHetl Tshgln yu chuan, whose depredations hal long been the terror of the const. Last year his principal confederate, Tseng Ya ehieh, fell Into the hands of the authori ties, wherenrmn be otganired another band and contlntml as active In crime as before.' After rapturing twelve pirates the Imperial troops came in sight of two pirate vessels, one of which carried the Chief Tteng-ln-yu-chtsen himself. A brisk fire was at once opened on both sides, ami the pirate chief, being wounded ami closely pressed, was obliged to take to tire water ami swim for his life. Finding escape hopeless he stabbed himself, and was arrested In a dying condition. The vessels having been boarded, seventeen foreign guns and twenty-three charts containing the pirates' plans of campaign were among the plunder. Tseng's evidence was to the effect that as a boy he had joined the reliets In the Canton province, and had sub sequently taken up piracy as a profes sion. For nearly a quarter of a century he claimed to have been ties undisputed leader of all the pirates In the Canton waters, and his yearly income, which, exclusive of disbursements, he estima ted nt several tons of thousands of taels, wns shared in by the other members of tho confederacy. He died before ho could be sent to Canton, but his head wns exposed to the public gaze, as were these of twelve of his followers who shared his fate. Two other parties ot troops which were sent by Admiral Fang to scour tho neighborhood suc ceeded In capturing thirty-one pirates nnd three vessels. Several of the pris oners proved to be hoads of pirate or ganizations which have been preying on the country for years. Altogether over forty pirates were brought to justice. lie Cnrctul About Signing l'npers, from M total Iftraltl. Don't sign any paper for any one ex cept thote with whom you are ac quainted and know to be honest. A new swindle is being carried on In Con necticut by means of a double fountain pen, one end of which Is filled with good substantial ink, the other with Ink that fades away In a day or two. Tho sharper writes his Agreement, contract, or whatever particular lay ho may have chosen with the Ink that fades and his victim signs with the other end of the pen In the Ink that lasts. In a few days he has a slip of paper with nothing on it but a good signature, over which he writes any sort of a note that he can most easily turn into cash. Describing lllimrlf. Vow Puck. London Hotel Clerk. You are an American, I believe? Mr. Gotham of New York. No; I'm a cosmopolitan. I get my morning cocktail from an Irishman, my laun derer is a Chinaman, my cook a French man, my tailor an Englishman, my wife a Hollander, and my landlord a Austrian-Jew. Shake well before using! KDCOATlO.NAt,. T01IN8 HOrKIJJS U.NlVEnSITV, HALTIJIOHB. AEoueHai fer tbe Next Aeademie Year ASK JtOW READY, And Witt te Seats AprffoaWos. V1 ERJIONT ACADEMY. ONE OF THE BEST IN NEW ENGLAND. Stndsnts la every eeUaee Is New BaaUad. A tberottxb preparallea. Fiwt-elass faelll ties In Engittb. BalMhws sew, large asd at UactlTe. Labetatorle, Qyauuulam aad all faeiiittes. AWeteoeaerr. Twbss Btederate. Address YERMONT ACADBMY, Saltans River, Yt. w ASB IXOTQW AND LBS VMIYBHCtTY. laxtagten, Y Ssr eeiaawwassteas . W.O.LEB. A MHSMirTWJitUBHSeaOOL LAXGIMflBa, A?, JsCfBtsQE. UTSRA TOME, MArttKiATtfW AB mvsieAL TRAixtasa. Fowtseatk vnsslna at Amsstst Oottase, JULY T to Al'til'ir . Tot programme address rWO. W. L. MOJSTAei'a. Amasrst, Ma. i teth year OCT. t. lastracttoa thornagb MBBewSia-aBsmwssmmaaMsgaiasBjsga- rag" 1 1 usage m-t " A TONIC. Haisfard's Acid Php6iute. A meat MUest asd astsjaasile teste asd lblmstiTssg mt VsmmsTsaismsmt Ufi isl If Jmn ihl MlslM tm SajiSJSSJIiaismSr s asy SBSsjsaBSassiS BSW eSSSf BPBejsaaaT wr Uisd beam asd aody , antaMesesewed sserff asd visasaf aad essvass the Br K. it- Clsrfcs, Oeseva, K- Y.. ssae.' "it bae ssosed ef aea vajee f mi tow; sad EasAviisSBsr. laaaaaaa.1' Jr.. 8. rfHsiBt. West SraMlebrirn vt Seataarelia)twIMH., 1 sMaUB Ul ttttiMljkiMJUisf (aJsVsi ImVMftmaOSll' PAJtmotL-se suns (he word ' atorsl-Ji . Is stmtmt ea the labw- tUousuwi Hevw mm is bulk VVMWVJLl,. SsSsvesMassats uader ssss Smd. JSasrsssw UmmtmiAr ess msirnlmsWiamss far d NOW lb THE THIS. .1 WUX I "bir lauasf ' fur otti' irat Jaa ocd baaa ilothu. Addreas ur to, aibTBa K.IS STAJkUf. SIS StUW jt RAN DOWR A SUICIDE, racts thsrt lrttoaf)trit a atftetrHn lt rnet Are a -.stetj." "The telephoni 'n the bmi totII of the fitumn fta i -g hortly hafere 1 o clock last night, ivs the Chicago JVr, 'and through tht Timiitet Into the lUtencr's ear p mnd the startling information that there had been a sui cide at the Palmer rtoase ami that the employes, unmindful of their dirty to the public, Intended to dispose of the body serretlv. Three minutes later a reporter stood before the night clerk. "I understand there las bmWsnietde here," he seW. The clerk said he bettered something of the kind hsd occurred. "I underMaml, too, thnt von are In tending to serretly dispose of the re main," said the reporter. This the clerk also admitted. Why? Becante the deceased bad no relatives, and as It was not pleaeant to have the news of a sutehle get out, the best thing to do was to rjnletly get rid of the body. "Where is the bwry now?" demanded the reporter. The clerk thottght It hadn't been cut down yet, the bag in which It was to be placed not having been brought. "I should like to see the body," said the reporter. "Certainly," replied the clerk, and, summoning the porter, directed him to conduct theyoungman where the corpse wae swinging Throueh long aisles ami up many flights of stairs the pair tramped until the head porter's room, one at the corner oi Monroe street and Wabash avenue, wns reached. Fulling open the closet door the por ter pointed to the dangling remains of a little dog. "You see the dog was tied to the floor, but he climbed on top of the trunks, and in trying to walk across the beam he fell on t'other side and" but the porter explained no more for the scribe had gone. flatified nnu Died. iUiutici). McLBHAN-8TnANCJ.-0n Toet1r,Jttljr 28, ISM.at WakeBelil. It. I ,at the tbnrch of St. FrsncK by tho Rev Father Marr of Dsltl rnotf, Icle Ahbv. Oattahter ot Samuel A. 81 rare nt 'tw York, to John Beber MoLeran ct Washington. D. C. MEDLEY-INnrtAM.-On Sttmlsy. Jnlv 3T. tWO. at the rehlene tf the brltio'i father. Prney I'olnt, Mil., by llev. Manrlee II. Vaughn. I'hlllp J. Meilley ami Nellie M. taarmn. Picu. llODOAN.-On Wednesday. .Inly 3D, 19W, at So'rloik p. ea., of eholem iDfaatttm. James Jtamlcc, infant ton et mlmiind ami Mary C. ilrrean. Fnneral private. EMKllSON.-OnTue(tal, .Inly , lSW, Car He I , wife of George L. Emerson. Inn oral from teslilenceof parents, Oeorae V. ami Vlretnla 1 liter, Til Fifth street north wf tTl.utlay. July si, at 1 p. m. IteLitlres ar.d frlecds Invited. DOWDY Altera brief Illness, Lucy, be loved wife of Uarney Dcwdy, ageU 53 years. FlTZGEI!Af.P-Un Tplay. July W, atfl oVk.ck p. m., in lllrTnlneham.Ala.of heart failure. Mrs. Ssrli W. Fltzcprald. a ted 70 ytart, foirnerly a resident ot Washington. IIAVHEItT.-On Tunday.jMly SO, at S:n p.m. alter R'lwrtlmt nelBful Illness, Mr. Catherine Ilaubert, In the 74th year of her a Be. Fnnernal f rem her daughter's widen IIS Elpt t street toothnet.1 hunday at 4 o'clock p. HI. STErTOR-On Julys. IW0, Prederlek II. atejitoe. sited "I year. T month. V itayi. rnieral from St. Mary's f'twpel. Twentr third siret. between rtsnd II utreet north west, cnThnrtdsy, JalySl.atSo'olook sharp. W ELsn.-On Tnetday, July ft, laes. at a m. Susan, wife ot Tmbws Welsh, In her ttd year. 'Sl'EClAT, OTICH. ggr-notice' A i ill Ho mettlcr of the cltlsens al prop erly holders of MOUNT PLEASANT will be held In theronreatlnaal Churoh, Howard avenue, FKIDAT EVENINO. AU(I UST 1, IMo, at 8 o'clock, to take further action on the railroad iuetlon. ysi,st B-pr-AMERIWN SECLIHTY AND TRUST s35' tO 141S (ltn w. This Company will Issue od At'Cl'bTlnext ltaseeoad series of IKSjKO of debenture bond), bearltie Inter est at 4 per cent., payable semi-annually, cartd by FIRST DKHOS OFTRL'hTupoo real estate lo the CITY OF WASHINGTON, smouBtlBr In the acgreeateto IICO.WO, de posltfdwnb the Heal Estate Title Insurance lo. of the District of Columbia, trustees. The boad will be In denoroleatkraiof S1CO. I MO and ! 1.(10. Subscription at par to the above received at tteoSleeof the Company. I'KXtY II. METZGEK, Treasurer. A. T. BKITTON. rresldant. Jr.lt iar CIIARTEHED BY CONGKB 18W. FBAXKU.V IKSrUANCK CO. OF WAitniNGTON, D. C. CAPITAL AND 8UI1FLVS, tUO0. Has sever coDtested a loss by tre. aat always make promrtaBd liberal adjostmsata. Dr. Daniel II. Clarke, prea't: (teotjif) E. Laavw, vtee-pres't; Caarle S. Bradley, ires ;I. Fso wlek Ytrtiar. seo'y; Will V. Boteler. ass't see'y. )usn.1m K-WllY NOT DAVE YOUR SHIRTS sx' made by oae of the most eatoarated fitters Id America! Frteas same as those third-rate utters charge. F. T. BALL, 809 F HBV. KDJ-'TEMFOHAHY OFFICE OF THE a3 WASHINGTON LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY. toeiF street b.w. capital ttuajxn. Tb's eompasy issues certiScates ot daposlt mrire lnuml at foUow- Oa au asaouata dMJts4 fur aisety day or mots, bat wss Ikit six woBibi. 3 r cast, per aaaam; Si Hr seat, oa deposits for more thaa six mastas. bat lass thaa a yaaraads nsroaat. a seaasiu or oae year or hit. tctrd !a?euaect for sale. Maary loaasd W. B. ItOBmOM. See. B. M. WAHMBK, Fras. DiKBCTOaa: Caarbas B. BaUey, (ssorsw F. Ssdsalsr, Jassas L. Harbour. Joka A Haaalltoa. rTSS: j4s7ATu, :e sl fjuamBua. J. 8. awotastaflt. J. J. Barttastoa, BatSswtof W.Talbott. Jeha Joy Eisoa, Gaoraa TnsssdeU, Charlss J. Faulk nar, B. H. Warmkr, Albei t F. Fox. A . A. WUsoa. O. C 6raav L. D. Wtaa, VUItomTewwy. S. W. Woajwari, SjfDU. WHITE. CUsUroiMST, Hts Festaa avs Thoasaad from for mnaf from s tuaa. dlaeassd Hts Festaa sv.. opposHe Witts!1 isotal irom rat aaa asar raw sar. www for mnaf from and avoldaaas ot oaras, baa- saua aaa sji ouwr sons rs.8s.rn. toSnm. Saa- trouble. Hour.! days. 1 to U. astaWtsaad Hal. Fss.tl. tatertis eroauas WABsWaBCsst o tu aUBJUCAU aElTBJTY ANfi TBUT COM A T. atITOst.Vssslsal, west stde lUteaat stress, hstraaa L aad s. w mssh rasmmssa. w clothlns. and valaswss of . mru-a ataa. ataxaan. aoauH is. a Luasaai Uorsat of atlvsrware. mTVedafly backed UdUOanaM. taiy vtxapaouf amssma us tbrUGeeersjaeot &cr dtnhis Terms sad full islormettos obtaiimd at ifflMSat,rwdTt,ut amm- """aLBEatT X- KJJVtt. twatrai Manarsr, Wsxsaouse Bt't ssat la ValastoB tor taUt VBJTTIBJt SLEVATOS not mm xvqbi the wou. , uswfsau ksauspat latotlw best kstttd- .t Into the best mwd thc last two sears by am aainiMU m , SWmstea MoaivUj luraudMd. alsoasants tor the 'WonVbiaton susm Puuhjuw XseUa try. Also QsBsrsi MmAJatsr.1sjdmitBiisrs i attoa or sataiiws sua suuera, rumos atat on ha.nj It, Ul -Ut'I tO IMS) SMTSBia I aWJstatbar kst sad bnsnut trams atauulw-tortir In toe oUjt. CaS SM sae bar new ahs.s aieachlof and Brwalua. strsw ud f.lt buU Jt.croJ u Lbs tetsiia. Otdors i,rombt!j situndod to. UMSatr.ts W- wm as owe u aawaaem aMawaw. WSUSS&fS tisss wraoaajnciiirat anJliiSMS S.,nt mail .AtS! MSSlL srrctAi. wonotw. 1. WILLIAM MB (eeiset te Nasty bee's few. litJMHl'ftkrtSSt. asePA.Atm'v.W., Braneh cdmm nmfbmA sve. . w. SROI'AtS. D' 'ErAfmtrTor'9TATWASlrTW, Tniy 11.1890. Sealed oroposals will ho re -etvefl at tjTrrSt SS T".1 ' -m of the 4Tfl BAY Of AtTGtrST. ltW, to fnr nlh ld Department with tatlonery and mi'pellanrow afilrtes for rhe year endlnr ,1nne so. ls-0. re aooortanoe with a sehnrtale of article which Wtll he mpplled to prrson end flrtrs propmrmt to bid. The rich' to re lert any and all ltMisor to ercel any portliffl tf any Wd or amend the qnantlty alTen of any article In the solredale Is reeted. Bach Waiter will he rennlrert to fnmt'h with hts Md a horrtt with tn sureties, rf) the ivm of ft ess, as a auantntee of a fattrifnl perform afr of the rontrart Which may be awarded him AH sample nbm1tted tiontd be left at the "Statlr'Tiery oom" of the Ptmrt irent lyin.m1 WANIRII- IIHM. tpf aft ttfttt far mt hswrfffW: 90 ctnw for 'Arty. W ANTKD-A WHITE HIHL FOR OEN eral housework In a smalt family. man, wife and boy 8 years old t German pre ferred! to the rlsrht party a pleasant hejme and aood waxes assured. Apply at rfo. KB Ost n w. WANTBD-BY A tTOOD COLORBD I.AtJN dres, wathfns: and Irorilrurto do at licmei references given. Apply lSW N 11 av. AN ADLK ADVKRTIsmO, INSURANCE, 9afe, Llahtntnrmt-or Book Agent, or Reporter, of treat eavolr falre, for Blarnry work. Large salary. Write London A Bert fontrib.Co..N. Y. WASTED- MISCm.t.ANHOUS. Almtifrmtt ihhHt tAtt htft,f9r rrssser tt, S6 ttnto flw lttrf!h; SO tmtt fer tint. VXvV..-V - T.r.1 VfNV A FHW DBMIUULE HOOM8, WITH steam power. Rood elevator service aad int ense jardtorshlp. In the fOST DUtLDING, for Test at low rates to flrst-clses tenants. Apply to STIL90N IIUTcniSS, IM5 Post Ihilldlne, or FHANK MAGUIKE, Snperla tendent. ron sALBnousnt. . AtirrrtinnurtiunHrthU htad, tmr Htu$er hit, etntt far em imtrtlon; SO emit fer Uirti. JJVHl SALB-A HAnOAIN IF OLI) AT ; once: s-tory and basement brlok honse; rooms and batnl all mod Imps; situated at No. litnn; price ttJMQi terras one-third cash, balance 1, 2 and 3 years. Apnty io r i(A?iiin uurri. mui rn w.- i F 'OH BALE IN ALEXANDIUA. S-HOOM (ramo noHse.just nnlsbinst tirdraatin yard; lot MxllSjsnuff home; price, fn ply to TtODEKT J. THOMAS, lioom IMh st. AP- O.X, o: 13 FOK SALE-TnitEB OF THE UTtEArBST bouses tn Wasblniton, 100, toe and 110 11th st no; two-story and baoement, brown stone trimmings; ? room and bath; eleetrlo bells ami ia: prlee, M.fOO each, SiOO ooih balance to snlt or trade for rood lots. roit unNT nousm. AUHtlutrtunU UtwjrMtj Attttt, fmrUiwior It it, SG unit fer en inttrtUm: JO urUt fr (Ar. TfOR ItENT-UNFUHNISUED- tsts Ma avc, tt rs and stable iXH oo tan Kstn w.isrs -to oo 1011 Conn are, 15 rs IS) 00 Itthttex.nr 160 CO IMeMstnw, 18 rs , UOO) 1801! St b w, Mrs II (0 lfcteiethstnw.urs wneo nsrustnw. 11 rs W0 00 K t'stnw.wrs looeo Tl t n w. U n KW00 ZLafaretleNjuare, IS rs sis B t n w, 15 rs 8S !e (hapln st n w. ts rs Ts ft) siSNYavenw, lTrs TO no eeiisthstnw.Mr st lsissothstnw. iCrs SSOi) l&lSO.t n w, llrs WOO Mseillllyerriace.U rs oo W14Nstnw.il rs SO 00 1480 N it,n w. 10 rs sn oo lllststne, S rs sett ISHLstn w, 10 rs SO 16 lSNstnw.Sn WOO 9T8stnw.iers Mm MS S st a w. 10 rs SOW (SI S st n w, 10 M SO 00 1KH Moughton st, Sn 50 00 lhtoulilont,0 r S0P0 l6!tKlrrllace.Srs to oo KttfcMatnw. 9r sosn lllOHthatnw. 10 rs et) UMlTthstn w.Trs -uoo lsoschapln st,9rs -teoo 3S I' st. T rs -MOO lsseisthstnw.sr -teoo stis nth it a w, 10 rs , -woo 1M Tth st n w. str and dwg 16 00 SGOSQstnw.SH mx itssethstnw.srs. lose 5StlMtbstBW.5n pCO Wis N Y ave. 5 rs moo 1541 10thi.tnw.Sr sr.se lassetbstBw.sr See 1634 set t n w. a r moo lit sethstnw.tr ssoe MM K 1 ave n w.Trs la 00 9i5Etsw,(rs aece lM4t stsw.Or WOO 1301MtB w.b rs The above aeates eas be axamtoad by per mit from our oatea only. TtiOMAJTJ. FISUEH A CO.. lSMFst.B-w. TJOH RENT-TWO BRAND NEW 8IX X1 room frame bouses, high aad dry loca tion; sear oburebss and nubile ssttool la UnloEtown. Inqatreof A.UEUKEND7lwa tn w fUIt HALB AND HUNT. TO EAL ESTATE BULLETIN THOMAS E. WAGOAMAN, SIT F street. CbSBges made Wedfiesdavs aad Saturdays, 8-STOHY BHICK AND FKAMB HOOaBa FOB SALE. ssiNstBw.bb.wl.f n (4 4s N st s w, f b, 5 rs, aad t tout as rear tjtoo lSkKYHnw.tb.ers 4JMJ SuSlaabstBW. bh,trs S-SM la4thkt ne, bh. 5rs 4JOO Alfef bet Stb asd Tth, L and M sss w, tVi n T:. SslS efasi, b h, Tr Sbsoe art so sas u si , i a. sa ajat) laMnt KaSMMi st a w, t a. 4 as.. 461 amt 453 B!da st a w, I b. I vs.. smttbst se.bb.Srs tl&lllbstse. bb.Srs lis aad 344 M ot w. f h. 4 rs 1 Mystic stne.b a. Trs ilfeS 44k I sts w, b . 6 rs , MS 1WK stse.f a,Srs USV utMvrtWstBS. bk,Trs OB T4.?S 4 8BdsMetMtue,ISa.Trs.. t,SSS eSGitne.t h.4r ljtM Alley htt 4i amt tss, H aad 1 siss w, 4 rs W UNiupjtovEs pmesaFX foe sale. Fart lot a. E st. bet Msk aad JTUh Ms a w.MJjj L st, bee UU amt letkstsaw T8 Q st, Iwt 1UD aad Ufa st S W I T Mtast.astMaadltsssaw tn Tth st. bat B aad S sts a w.. . IT atthsuVstLaadMslsaw li mbst. asalaadPsUs w It Bst.bM3daad ttksts s-.-, 1 Istb st, bt X saeTO ats a w IS mussre. Dirt Balssaaad latsta 1 m BOUSE KhB BSSW. Itsrmejsilk 65o3itto w, psrUy lar.Mra. IP iSS S J aveaw.en Bet tteistaw.lirs sesf itatustsw,srs.. . sees Issl Florida as a w, S rs tf maatstsw. Trs fits 4etcstsw.il. ls6tsw.trs Ii isi nttuw. s site UMTrtWatn,Tm ., SI S aTOsrBa. 0ls7aM, BJKL MS F st a w, ad ioor . t frost ssssm. ttsnfeatitw.uaima. . Str and dwsMd eats ,. Boom S aaa M. StVuat. taf tHfc St. m 4 dws m tfaVes a. I s.- au aaa awi saw usj wis t j.u u o ,q. dwaMstste e. sis ratSslU staw... iaei4stw Storeroom Ml K t a e OSt ttaaT WSatlWSj. 4daTft.itstTifi sis- s. Sssajmsssr ms, emts m ssasrtsss.- ssssass isr wses, 1 1 suite or aa-a-e st too SiniHnham. at? ats t a w. ovsr.oufcLjf mJaenos Sqmare Ctnf tabw Tat suprr-TWo nsaWDjums, I satoaCM fur aetiUiiamii So W$ S st a w. Vat aS-lSV.mt'sVKLLAKISBS&ia. Arrmsari uJr Jut KmU. Saar sssts W sj. m cu for mm umii. VljWkjJba F"" K bale :-ai,S'. ial srAK. si 1M.B. a fulrubot S uVkol a.rl-l.olj pur UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION ver a Million DISTEIBUTED. Lcl. Oa L Louisiana Stale Lottery Co, Incorronrted by the Lesjrslattrre forednca tkmal and charitable purpose, ami Its fran chise made a part of the present Mate Om stltnthm, m lets, by aa ovBnwsrawumi rare- LSRTOTB- ita (IMAND BXTK,OBJMNAltY DKAW INCH) take place Sefm-Annsmlty (Jane and December), and Its GHANI) BtNflt.B MUM BEX DRAWINGS take tM m esxsh o the other ten months In the year, and are all drawn In pnbtra, at the Academy ot Masks. New Orleans, La. "Wo do hereby certify that we supervise the arrangements for all the MentMy and Scml-Aahnal Drawings of theLonlsSatm State Lottery Co., and In person manage aad con trol the drawtnes themselTe. and that the same are cond noted with honesty. tafrneM and In rood faith toward all parties, and we anthertse the company touse tbts certieoata, wllh fae risrllet, of onr slanatures attaeaett, n Its advertmertsBts." frfftcf Commissioners, We the undersigned banks aad bankers will pay all prises drawn In the Loetstane State Lotteries which may be presaatad at oar counters: It. M. WALM8LEY. Ives't U. Nat. Hank. r. LANAUX, lTes't SUte Nat. Baak. A. BALDWIN, rres't N. O. Nat Bank. (AHL KOllN, rres't Colon Nat. Bank. Grand Monthly Drawing WILL TAKE l'LACB AT THE New Orleans, TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1890. CAPITAL PRIZE, $300,000. 110,000 Ttekefs at .S2li Hahts, SHi Ouaiters, S5j Teiltis, ll TweitielliSi Sh LIST OF PRIZES: i fhizb of saoajwo is iseajiee l fbizeof jeevwet jw.ose ll'HISCEOF M,RWbl 5seee ifkieeof muwets Js.ese XFBUBslOr sRar JSVM SFBJZEtiOF ftUKOara. . tf FRUBSOF ieeare J m FKISaaOr SMare. sejsM ms FEJEEaOF aseara taUftti ted raJZESiOF MSM BMjMe AfraaauixtksM rataas. WeFvtsasaf sstease tSSJkal Msirvtsasal Smase SUkkl lSOFrtaasof Steasa. ....... Myitat raaausat. raiaas. aFrlz;sof itWare. SetFrUmo aaarn. U rasas asasmmtmt te HmjW AfilTO WASTED OTYWIOII tWToa tcs asras or any tartser Utotsaa tsvs dsstrad wrtts legtSly to the asilawsisiat. sartrstostas your tmMsmee, warn tmmv tsrssmildslSTCrr wiB ssnsssaad sr yessr Important, rVmasi mmftammts "mmammtraf tmsEmsmB mmmlammi aW ssmt TH saBaaspaT PSFrSSmsj saBJ ssass afaswYosa M A, DAUPHJN, aaV fHITSMt lii fT' rlaaipeassssar ibtsbbs" M4MM 9S&W& imum stAsatSiAiaiJsetsf' fhjM- stasmawssaaBBB sfbb' w tTVatli- SAsUt. . U- "9Wwm ta BS-rmess Frute IS WAaABTaWB BY IX tUTloalAX BAJtsaofBaw Os4asst. sew the tksseu are sisnwd bi tss FsniMaei e as iostituuoo 5sbtaaobaiiredrtaTSnase leooanisad in Uut bisuiatoiwste. Taatsauae. sssmw U sit " Uktsms ir smmsmeee smsssas-'' SJUtEISSaB that tse aCFtsJU UHJST OF TU L WTB IsTATaM has sbsuidsd tss las LouiMaSS fetaic UiUsary Oo, has a CtMf TSAiT auk itm atats uf LooiaJAiii which UdSo 2uT aki'iaa IBT1L J AS IAS J 1. aS FOR SALEI HOUSES. CWtHW ItN-ftn bttwtw (a? ind 15 ! tre pries, n,m. 8-stor j Insrse bests, wHs latin lei; sttsate f itts street, between B and O x. SH Price, rtWflM. 3-story tnlck bsjsjsa, nmtsJsflsjr I rt sod bath; sire of tot, IftxlSTamMte u Strsjsjt BW, H8 Price, l,0rjf. 3-storv and hack bsrlMtaf hrklt rlwnlBne, contntnitnc in mnsna; all ssesjrass lmnifjv nrent; strnaSe on earn- et "stats ssd 0 streets sw. 48 Prfce, S,(tn. 8-story brick Isossm, 6 rrmsae assri hath: situate on 1. street, between "vnrth Osattol and First streets aw, rfsi prtee, tttvMo. S-stor; brick brmsn, eonUtnfnsr It reems; altmotrern isaproversente; sttaatn No. SSt X street nw. 4BB Prtce, tlSJjsst. 8-etnry brick bowse, 10 rooms; stse X lot, S5jtl9( sttnate N. 14W X t nw. 381 Pr1c,l,aa 9-story ami baumtntt brick bonee, 7 roems and Imth; sttnate eri New Mssrfsjtslrs avenne, bet. J, sad M eta. nw. tea Price, nvm S-story 6-room brkk honse; sttnate on Cleveland aw., bet. istb aal !, W and Boundary. 46S Price, 11JM0. 9-story s-room brick bowse, ea VVaUaca nce. 4S1 Price, ftno. 9-story 0-room brkk bessec; sttnate on Wallscb llaco. tt Price, J,1W. 3-story brick aonse, eontalala; 11 rooms and bath: and all modern IsBprnvetnants; situate No. 1380 O st. b. w 4W Prfeo, tl5,fX. Improvol property on tbe north stde ot U st., wMe front. ttt Price, tS5,0CO. A larye stable property In a desirable lo cation: now under less to need tenant, Jiaylnc tf per sent. 317 Price, rte.oro. 4tH Frame dwellltn, Qrant its,, Xennt Pleasant, lrtee, $7,000. 4IK) Four alley bouses, contalalsa; 4 roome; each rent for 113 per month. Pffce, W,S0. 4M S-roora frame bouse, lot 30x79, on st. te. Price, $2,000. 417 S-story sbd cellar brick betsse, w rooms aad batb; situate on Ceinmbis llelbts. Price, $10,000. llouacs at Full Olinreh, Va, A new cottsae, situate only S minute' wain irom raua unnrcn Katsews, w. m ). K. K Va coutalnlb;8 rooma, bstavp try, ami trunk room; rise ot lot, 110a pao- isu itvi. I nee, y3,uv. isrmssasy. AUO-A new cottage, sttnate only 3 minutes' walk from Falls Church stattoo, '. A O. K. K.. Va , aaaWlulM,, .w, dlulng-room, kitcben, 4 bed-roosas, bath, sarvaats' room aad attte. Price, 1S0. Terms easy. VMt'uut t.'roiuiil A'urllicuat uml JstsMts eunf. All et square ivtH....MtMM...M..MH. S3c 4taasn..........M,M. ... sne i. it liouth l(aat............ afic u i js,,.,, mc iata.................... c Hall el Ull........ . . S3c tlots " 10l....M.................... Sue s im. ........... 90c si JwlHosaaaen sssssssmisssssssssh sVeJ J. X I Wl a e saeeosma esaaass e s V0 St " IvMssHstft saeeee s...aa4 35C X WPsTTa eoasae eaaeaas see 99 jC ' Ji"l4ie sn4resesesss a ee aVC X JlPtVssaast atseteeeeseeee lfC X vaEaaaesaeeeaesewe HC A JVsteWaossoa esaeasasussaseassKase sjWC lt....... ,...TO.-. SOe jSjMb.t..........,w .......... 99c It jea. ...... ...... wwi.,iwhi ewe r7..,..MM.M.... m..mm. btc la jsmvM.,.M.w ......... ...... wc t ttsm,..Kww... ....M....M mijc llSBses la Aleiandrla, Va, S-story brtetc awtatrmc,1S reesne, with oflke saaax aad larna ssite less; stlsata on eer. Duke ami St. amps sts.; mt 7bst. S-story and back UllldlBg dwelUaw, con UiBlBf rooms aad bats; tot TfteW, it uatc No. ell Prtnca at, 4S Prtsa, KMA S-story and back mithrhsg brick seosc, eontsjamtc 13 somas; twwata on ssmtmaut car. Ptssec ami Patrick sss. 4M PHs,W. 4-atawy brtek wiB hessia, bmtttm the SasMUemmfsU smaeaMMa CsmWsmsEmisfHE sV reosse; atse of let asdlS. EM Pries, K- atery asd back buUdlax brick souse, tsnsjsusss 8 remans. sHnalr on Ceasmbus St., sear Mace. aS Prtee, l,tS0. SSS story brtek dwelBaf oousa, eon taiaisg ! snnms asd alt Buxkra aasliscws mestai larce stdtt jrsvsd; ittusia ea ear. Wsjssisgttm asd Camarsm sts, onfmi'W Old Cartas Csurcs. iJ.amulsS.ra. This is the bast sttuattos is AlmsasWs Mrtca, felaa). Tsraas4m tsird esse, bamtua oae aad twa yaaaa. WHOLE SQUARES ROSSLYN. QVHWMIsnm' W aawflawBeBwff Psw 'sF cis Hum rmI Ste ipeit r, LUFtinu, VfrisJnsastU H-V.