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THE DAILY CHHIC MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 1, lf)0.
j I AT THE CAPITOL MK ROGERS AGA1R BITTRRLY UTAfKS THE SPEAKER, FEEf MS MORE GALL THAU SMtH." Necessity for ?tmi tit tint ami Harbor Bill SENATORS COMPLAIN OF MU KU7J, Mr Morgan's Perswal Ixplftsatie. Kittery Navy-Yarn to It lures!' gated Msmeers AbtMf, There were about thirty 8eotort pie sent when the Senate wm called to rrder at 10 o'clock this rtotnlag, but, 1 y the time the journal was rend awl morning business fairly betim, lUete were more than a quorum present. Mr. Davis offered a resolntlon, calling en the Secretary of War for Informa tion respecting the accident to the lock In Sniilt Bte Marie Canal last Friday. Mr Davi9 sold this was a carious calamity to the creat commerce of the lakes indicting damage to the com merce between the upper and lower lakes of perhaps half a million a day Incidentally he referred to the failure of the House to act on a bill passed by the Senate several months ago, pro viding fnr a second and larger lock. Mr. C'ockrcll expressed surprise that the "business branch" of Congress paid no attention to the matter. Mr, Payne said the matter was one of feflcral Interest to the whole country, 'ho bill to provide for the second lock passed the Senate unanimously and had gone to tho House. He did not know how delicate n Scnat6r should be In talking about the other House, but ho was Informed that tho bill had beon ap proved by tho Illvor and Harbor Com mlttcc of tho House, and that for sev eral months past tho committee had been unable to get It before tho House. Tho damage to the broken lock, ho said, was being repaired rapidly and would be completed to-morrow or next day, but the main object now was to secure tho second lock. Mr. Fryc, In order to emphasize the necessity for tho two locks at tho onnal, laid that mora commorce passed through It In eight months than passed through tfcccutcz Canal in a year. Mr. Gibson said this accident to tho canal lock also emphasized tho neces sity tor taking up and passing the IUver and Hnrbor bill. Ho had no doubt that the failure to pass tho bill for Improv ing the Mississippi ltlver was erjual to a tax of $50,000,000 n year on the pro ducers cf the Mississippi Valley. The rorlittlon was agreed to. The presiding oDIcer (Mr. Ingalls) ft .Id that he had observed with regret the growing tendency to allude in terms rf tevcrity anil disparagement to the proceedings of tho other House of Con gress. It was n violation of the funda mental principles of parliamentary law to refer Jn one House to what was done or said In tho other House, nc hoped that tho Senate, in the preservation of Its own dignity and in the protection of Its own immunity from recrimination, wculd observe those rules and refrain (rem such allusions In future. Tho resolution offered on Saturday lait by Mr, Plumb, as to the reinter ment of the remains of General Grant in tho Arlington National Cemetery, was, at tho suggestion of Mr. Plumb, allowed to remain on the table, to bo called up at some other time. Mr. Morgan's resolution for half hour recess dally also went over until to-morrow. At 10 -13 the Tariff bill was taken up, the pending question being on Mr. Vest's amendment to the cblnaware paragraph, reducing the duty on deco rated ware to 50 per cent, ad valorem and on plain ware to 40 per cent., in stead of 55 and 50, as recommended by the Finance Committee, and instead of 00 and 55 in the House bill. After dedate, in which several Sen ate rs took part, the amendment was rejected, yeas 10, nays 35. In tlio Home. The House to day went Into Commit tee of the Whole, Mr. Payson of XIII ccla In the chair, on the General De ficiency Appropriation bill. Mr Henderson of Iowa oxnlaUhi that the bill carried an appropriation of $5,140 000. The items of deficiency submitted to the Committee on Appro relations aggregate $13,500,00). The House could see, therefore, that the comrcittee bad carefully scrmlalzed all lie appropriations. The Pacific Uailroad claims were not provkUd for, While be believed that the time was near at hand when these eking would have to be settled, th eomaltttt had 1 cen practically uaasiRMMts is refusing t " provide for their payment when they wire still peeling la the courts of the c nntry Mr. Rogers of Arkansas premised Lis rt rear Kg by an esyuwlon of grail Hide that the presence of Mr. Payaoa in the chair was a quaraatee that he wrmd not betakes o& tbe Hoar. Ob tw t cession the Speaker Bad Ulua him (2 the floor. The Speaker bad re cctived and takes it Into his brain, fa It bad come out of bis nouth tthougb.it seemed to him that it was u-ore gail than brain), that he had a right to take a uiemlttr off the floor. Mr Kerr of Iowa thought It wag about time that members adaresstsgUw Huuse should cease to insult the pre tuling oihcer, and he made the point of t rder that the remarks of the gestht-u-an frutu Arkansas wete out ox order. Tfcu ihairaiAjs, however, permitted the gentleman to proceed, aad Mr. lingers, continuing-, attacked the Speaker and his rulings. He ihcn proceeded to eriricUe the rote uf rules under which the House is y. .. ceding It gave die Speaker power to ktrie debate, gag the Houae, force fat passage uf bills, avoid expoeufe, out jm and mistreat the minority and butt dv t the majority. Mr. Funstooe of Kenans sngfeatod that the Speaker Blight be a good bull .kcr iu the South. Mr Rogers thought thai he might be a .,d bull duicr in some sections uf iU tummy, but he did not think that U would bull doae long n Arkansas Mr A Ilea of Mkhutes Csoto vocttj. xi l kill uck fellows down there. Mi Kodgws. continuing, dosoiwed v.l.. Ll ter cued the tyranny of the -, i .iu itud the majority of the Coat- u a Rules. Tho ilouw.-. he aa4, I t gt-nt-rated into iuu. uf anarchy i ..uaua. It w o inputted that 1. -itiuur tuisxii ls baok as iJx fruak Ju.. isjjao, on f J in.ii.uaiy lor s-uiajsjii. on 1'.. uuz-sutary dsscats, as QlMdal i 1 1, i v 'n lastoric end pilrioic ., , - il .i Icr that hi wigbt ua . , ti i- ti-. J.0: hia part) lu power c'.rrv 'If iinarnTpiilon rnass of ipnOTnt and vulgar partisans, who prftttictrl the Infamotr and rortnpt majlffltbat the Ad jiwflfled th means, fie had decrsderi tw majotlty wftfc the fttH swriw on M part of Reflttl Iftan mcnabers that If thto scfwrn should break down nmlet th judgment of a lirnertt-lftvlng people, they would perish like Samson rnKtor the irews, bnt If It sveemtat that he alone should reao all Tfcti' :!t want of natrtotte couraw was eTCBWten oniy oy tneir sntcMiM irtuptu Ity. And smong them ll had tot Warn fonml a man with trw eonrafe of a .lafksnn, th natrloiffm ef a Item? awrt th lore of liberty that Inspirftl the fathers, who conld say "this is our ctrflBtry, th are our liberties, these are onr countrymen, and you are our wmnts, and we will not be the one trodden down under foot or the one outraged wronger. "No," he concluded. "May I tell you, Mr. Speaker, that they cure you and despite you ami hate von, and wlitn ymi are assailed In private and In public they are silent." air. CtimmlneV ltraelntlon. The House Committee on Uiiles to day acted on the resolution introduced on Friday last by Mr. Cummlngs of New York, providing for a Congres sional Investigation as to the necessity for the employment of an additional fOTce of men at the Kittery (Maine) Navy Yard, In Speaker Heed's district, prior to and during the Congressional election In September, by agreeing to re port a substitute calling on Secretary Tracy for an explanation of his action to be made to tho House, MK. MOKGAN OF MISSISSIPPI lltSES TO A rKntOXAI. HXT1.A3ATI09 AND DBNOVKCKBA "CAJIPAIOX LtB." The Hon. James Bright Morgan of the Second Mississippi District rose to day to a porsonal explanation. It seems that a few days ago the correspondent of the Atlanta Constitution sent his paper a story to the effect that Mr. Morgan, who is a lawyer by profession of many years standing, was so anxious to be re turned to Congress and so scared of the Farmers' Alliance that he had ap- El led to the court of his county to annul Is license to practice law, and that the court had granted the applica tion. Thus, according to this story, Mr. Morgan had disbarted himself. Then the story went on to say, Mr. Morgan had joined tho Alliance and started In to secure a renominntlon, but certain bright Alliance men had dis covered his game and had exposed it, and tho chances wore that an original Jacobs of an Alliance man would be nominated and Mr. Morgan be relegated to the shades of private life. The closing lino referring to Mr. Morgan was something like this: "What will ho do now? He can't farm and he can't practice law. Can he saw wood?" It Is only fair to Mr. Morgan to say that he did not have these closing sen tences read In the House. Mr. Morgan said there was not a word of truth In the story, that tt was wholly without foundation: that It was a cam paign lie. Mr. Morgan said he had belonged to tho only farmers' organization In his county the Grange for some fifteen years, until it was merged Into the Alli ance three years ago, to which be bad belonged during that period. He then stated that before his election to Congress he had belonged to the law firm of White & Morgan, which practiced In the State and Fed eral courts, and had, he thought, as large a practice as any law firm in Northern Mississippi. Upon his election to Congress, six years ago, be bad withdrawn from the firm and had taken no neiv business, on'y doing what was necessary to wind up tho af fairs of the firm. Ills successor, ho said, had been nominated, and was a leading lawyer of the district and would represent it in the Fifty second Congress. . i II i n mm ABSENT MEMBERS. THEI1K WBKR 13-1 laST SATURDAY AND 130 CALLED BACK. The difficulty in securing a quorum which prevailed In the House last week will not be felt this week. Last Satur day a quorum was barely attained on the vote which wound up the con sideration of the Senate amendments to the Sundry Civil Appropriation bill and sent it to conference. The House adopted a resolution, revoking all leaves of absence, except in cases of illneas, and Instructed the Sergeant at-Arms to notify by telegraph all members ab sent, except where leave was granted oa account of illaese, to return without delay. In accordance with this the Sergeant-at-Aims sent out 130 notices. The ab sent members last Saturday were Absent on account of Illness General T, M. Browne of Indiana, 3Ir. Bullock, Mr. Cowles, Mr. Dunpky and General Giout 5, Absent, paired Messrs. Allen of Mississippi, Bankbead, Barnes, Beldea, I iggs, lUand, Candler of Georgia, laikeof Alabama, Clark of Wisconsin. obl, Coaneil, Delztdl, Dargsa, De Haves, De Lano, Dickeraoa, Evans, Flower, Geissenhalner, Hasebrongh, Pare, Houk, Kilgore, Laid law, Laa- ng, Lester of Georeia, Maneur, Morey, Norton, Parrett, Hobertson, Seney, Sherman, Stewart, Taylor of Tennessee, Townsesd of Pennsylvania, Wallace of New York, Whiting. Wilson of Mis aouri, and Yoodky W. Absent, not paired Meeste. Alder son, Andrew, Atkinson of Pennsylva nia, Bergen, Bingham, Bianchard, Bliss. Blount, Boatoer, BouteUe, Breckinridge of Arkansas, Buchanan of New Jersey, Buss, Bust owe Butter worth. Caldwell, Campbell. Candler, of Massachusetts, Carlton, Cas well, Cheatham, Clancy, Clements. CoUirau, Cutcheus. Darlington, Ding ley, Fitch, Flood, Gibson, Greeahalge, Grimes, Grosvenor, Hemphill. Hender son of North Carolina, Herbert, Hooker. Kerr of Pennsylvania, ICetchjus, Knaps Lne, T imli Lodges iiAgner, MnCosaas, MoCormkk. 3c Cieary, Mttss, MilUhea. Hills, Moore of Texas, Mudd, Niedringhaus, Nnle, Payne, Payster, Perry, Pfeeian, Pierce, iifBfnnif lluins, Kendall, Boybum. Ktfe, Buak, Sanferd, Screatos, Scull, Shive ry, Skinner, Snktoia, Suidneekes', Stewart ef Georgia, Swkflajfa. Stone of aUisourf, Stump. Tatssey. J. D Taylor, Tucker, Yaux.Yenj.ble, Wade, Wal lace of iMstaih'tn?Ht w anhjsgtoa Wheeler of kbin. WtUw , Will son, wuteox, ajul Todei s. Thk makM a total of Us Five absent sfek leaves 139 to whom The attendance to dy i much Iw-provbd- Many of the near by Belon. ni.,.,. Pa I ,!! and spwiieFa TSFMimmwps m w m r T. others were la their seats when the BpeaJhet tanked iu order- No ijouWeta Jeaesf about huom no, und leaves wfil be pore sparingly iraniuddjrtog the teat of the eewJos. UM tto i HlsMf CtJf 'iiettal Est rie Itiu Uiu B A. 'J Uauk, du ijtJjt J t U Av J .11 jU Wilt rtncne in the Olit Line. Frtm th ,Vm JTnrrp ftifi-'er. Twenty fonr Inmates of the State pftMm whoee terms expire nest month, appeared befofe the Tlsftlng OommitWe of th Connectlcnt Prison Association at their meeting in the prison yefWfday morning. Among them was one who had erved time in many of the princi pal prisons in the country. When the question was askd by the chalrmtMi as to what he intended to do he rather evsded answering it, but Anally befog wrged by the warden to tell tire trnth ift regard to his prospects, he Mid he hstl always been a pickpocket and a iMef and W(HM follow that line in the future Courts nn lnvntlgntlon. SnpeTviting Inspect r- General of Steamboats James A. Pumont has written a letter to Speaker Ileetl, re qnesting an Investigation by a special committee of the House be made of his office since his incumbency in ISTfS to the present time. General Dnmont bases bis request upon the resolution recently adopted by the American Br other hood of Steamboat Pilots de nouncing such an Investigation. ' mi Non-Commlttnt from Nc. Col. Ascomb. What does that J In the middle of ymir name stand for? Mr. Batcemb Oh, I don't care to say whether it's for Uncle John or Uncle James. Both have money and both hate one another desperately! m m, Vnnblo to be Obliging, From th Xacktt. Miss Gttthy (as Snagby prepare"! to rlseV Oh, don't get ttpl Don't get upl Please keep your seat. Snaeby (slightly bewildered) Like to oblige you madam, but I get off at this street. Spare our lovctl ones. Hear the pleading That goes up (rent selling brt, Dnt griii death, our plea rinMeetrtog, Pierces with Ills fstal dart Those who with us fftln would tarry, Those we long so ranch to keep, And ere long their forms we carry To the grave so dark and deep. I'lertding with death avails nothtnu. We must tlotomtthhtglo ward oil the dsrt he alms at those we love. AVe must protect them from him. When the hacking cough, the hectic flush, or a pain In the Side or chest gives Indication of a consumptive tendency, act promptly. Oo to your drug plst and get a bottle of Dr. Pierce's Golden .Medical IHscovery. This remedy allays the Inflammation cf tho delicate lung tissues, it heals the Irritated parts. It strengthens the blood and tones un the de bilitated BTttem, and In this way death can be forced to relinquish his hold upon our friend, it Is nmrant(til to cure, If taken In time and given a fair trial, or money paid for It will be refunded. fllattued anb Died. lUiuricb. IIKISEK-DAIINKV.-At 8 p. n., .1uly M, !W, by the Rev. 8 M. Newman of the Pint t'uncrrgatlonat Church, Dr. William It. Ilelier ut It mint C'armel, Pa . to Mlts lole A. Dalmyof Washington. I). C. DicD. HUHKK.-On Saturday. Aiutust 2, liTO, Mary Ann, daughter o( Rmlnood aau Kate ItarKe, aged 2 months and SO days, DItArEH.-l)n Saturday, August t, at tf-JO a. m cbarl- S-, thit beloved ton or Charles H. and Josephine Draiisr, aad IS yeans ami i raonth. Funeral from the parents' residence. SCS A street nontbvast. Monday. August I, at tea. m. Friends Invited to attend. J0HN8ON.-On July II, tSflO, John Na thaniel Johnson, aad w yoars. McCU'K.- Oil AueuU J. lese, at 5 o'clock a. m UMIe May, baloved ilansktsr of JasMa W. and LaiiM A. ileOlue, aged Si saotKh UDdSdayj. ISiBeral from parent' re'snee, W I street northwest, Monday, Augnst I, at 3 o'clock p, ni. 'SI'RCl.tr, NOTIUII. g"NOTICEl A pnblle mretlBf of the eltliem and property-holders of 5IOUNT PLEASANT will be held In the I'otwrremtloaal Church, Howard avenue. FMDAY iVBNINO, AUO Uvr , jmo, at 8 o'eloek, to take further action oh the railroad question. Jyll.tt CHARTEltBD BY CONflKB MM. FIIAMCLIN IIUSUItAXCB CO. OP WAiniNGTON, D.C. CAPITAL AND StJHrLCS, ISSS,Ce0. lias never conteoted a lota by are. but always nukes prompt and liberal adjaeiraeeu. Dr. Daniel 1). Clarke, pree't; Oeorge E. Lemon, vlte-pres't; Caarlen 8. Ursdley, trea.;I. Feo wlek lbusp, we'y: Will I. lioteler, aw't seey. lu5.S KTST'VraY NOT HAVE YOUH SHIRTS a aade by one of the taoat eelebtated cnttera la Auterieat Priced tame aa thoe third-rate cotter charge. 1'. T. HALL, 006 F stnw. t55TEMPOHAHY OFFICK OK TIIE W WAbUINOTON LOAN AND TKUST COMPANY, toot F street b.w. CAPITAL St.CCOAW. This company Utui certificate of deport bearioe Interest as follow: On all bmoubU dioftd fur ninety day or sere, but 1m I baa tiz moath. t rr eeat. per atuuiia; U Ir eeat. ou derolta for Bare tbaa six BaontB, but tee taaaa ynaranUl proot. on drailt of on yr ec loaar. teeared bivntaMcu for sal. Mosy loan!. W. B. HOBIbON. Se. B. II. WASNKS.Pw. D-IRSCfOSS: Cbsrle B. Bailey, Gtotite V- Sebalar, Jsbmm L. Marboor, Joaa A. Hailltoa. Oeorae K. Bartol, Tboesa Soasar vtlbj, BletuM W. Clay. Joaa A. Swop. Borate & Cwambufa, J. S. 9onaMdt, J.J.Barllactoa, Hattetatoy IT. Tslbott, Ji.fiB Joy BiUott, GeotiM TnikMI, tkarie J. Fwiltaer, B. H. Www, AlUiti I. i'ux. A . A. Wttsoa, O. C. Gteaa. L. D. Wbm. WlUiua B. Gwtey, W. Woodward. JotaT Lantar, Chas. BeaO. WUkhaaoa. A- S. Wonabaatoa. igyiMI. WHITK. CBIROtMBiST, 14M Fenoa. av.. oppoiKe WUIard's Uaaal T!MHUBb irum far aad imw VW Dr. WhbW for mUl fnw aS avoktaaew.uf eenu, ta toas. rtlsaed aalis sad all other foot truuMc. Hon'lk2t 'Wtsi " jggf-TBB aTOBAS WABJtHOU 4XESK-AX SKCl 15Sy: Afl twos cm- A T BKHTOJf, PrasUasU, Wet khl i utsebik onMt, faetww L and M. UU1 be op to receive Furattare. Oar rtSH. 8Uvttar, Bfto brut, , SUtuary . Wise. Trunks of clothlu. and valuable uf all kind on Storages. AuatMt IS. UM. Seoarate Lucsea iron loaamrvatmi. y.,i.ll v.. (Mi .-m far fct.i of aHTaraure. Sud ofnecriviaa CarK5y FaakeJ and Xove4 witness tsounb to Oaraara. The only AtwcluUily rtrepnof faHMM in tb elty not ond bf las aniraunl &ar Mt& paa door. Tms and fall lafniiutnii -rrttT IT oaioa sawrtean crtty and Trust OoaKy. UtS G atauet aotlMSMat- GtMtmi Maaacai, Wajaaasawlasvs- ii! PA-AV . W.. n...h nitna bW 'Wariwiai sts s. w. rfjs"a aai rqas ' ' --r-- TOM WSiTTfM BLVATOat Of Bnftnw Oxer m bAsa bjean put bao tbe baas aUr tB0iaubutoo in ttwUat two seauty yqmate yromptly fnmhthad Aioi lur ike Worttuiiictun te woruuutun Mesas rui Also (exirai ttansiBkit I an. Alao lBiiaral A lars atock of Ksttjaat sad I ana XwvsAurf ui nua Varctuoc tr ui '.IK1 W U iassnUl UBduL SOBU5t aoanet Ixajse BjAuiiXctiar is tto otty. Can us iw bcr new scaixs Blublna an4 I prM!ii? Straw jo.a (eft his i'.tc.-uJ U- the Ssteet oty.i. Ordbia truuittly wicudeO, to J .OUi datltvlS W Rheumatisms Difl"5 ' i t . t) o presence of nrfc j "" nciiiniii i irinfl, ja most evrocwmuj fOTed by the ihp of Ayer'8 Swrsupw rllln. Bo snri j on get Ayer's and wo other, and t-iki' it till tho polsonotw actd is thoroughly expelled from the system Wo challenge srtteBSrW to Stria testimony . "About two years ago, after snrTerrfjt for neatly two years from rbenmatre Sonf , in irig able to walk only with great iwomfntt, ami having tried vnrioae remedm, trtclnding mineral waters, without relief, I saw by an advertise ment in a Cmego pnpw tha a man haxl been relieved of tliis drstresstftg com i plaint, after long suffering, y tnaing I Avcr's Sarsarmrilla, I then dcided to . make a trial of this meliine, and took It reunlartr for eisht months, ami am pleaned to state that it has effected a complete cure. 1 have since had no re turn of the fllseaee." Mrs. It. Irving Dodge, 110 West 188tU St., New York. "One year ago I was taken HI with inflammatory rheumatism, lieing con fined to my "house six months. I cama out of the sickness veTy ranch debili tated, with no appetite, ami my system disordered In every way. I commenced using Ayer's Sarsnparilln and began to improve at once, gaining In strength and soon recovering my usual health. I cannot say too much In praise of this well-known medicine." Mrs. L. A. Stark, Nashua, N. II. flyer's Sarsaparilla, raErjkntD bt Or. J. C. Aycr It Co.) Lowell, Mats. Trite eii six boUl, 4. Worth a bottle 1'imso.vAi.. AOrtttUtrmntttnxttr IMt So,i, fmr Hnt or Un, atmttftr otu IhmtHohi: !6 etnu fir taw. NOW IS TIIE TIME. WK WILL PAY "bl(? money" for gents' flrst-las eo-ond-hand clotbine, Adilre-s or oall at JUbTU'S OLD STAND. 819 D Bt. n. W. WASTGt-IlELl lrfrrtlwn ( MO f, fmr tttt or ttottitfQTtmt inttrtim: 50 CfnU far trti. WANTKD-llOY AltOCT 17 YKAItS OLD to attend to and drive a hore. Apply 98 Massjti e n w 4,Tt WAMTF,D-A GOOD TLAIN COOKi TO tay nlchta. Apply at 1071 ;t n w. 4.M WANTED-8IIOK DtlUMMKIt ON COM mia!r-n; exrcrleneed road shoe sales man to carry a lull line of medium-priced shoes for an ettabllihed, reliable shoe manu facturer; none but cxiertencedmanof abil ity need apply. Adtlres", etating experience, terrltotv covered and references, BOOT ANU SHOE M'FU CO., Itoton,MaS; anl.1t w ANTED-WOMAN TO COOK AND DO teneral honewf rk. SH II st n w. t.St -rANTKD-FlItST CI.ASJ COL'I) COOT. V washer and Ironer; mint oomo well recommended. Apply at IWJlltli st.oorN (t ae. -t.at w ANTED-COLOHBD WOMAN, GOOD cook anu laumireM, to no to Oiiio. ap ply 1411 It lave. i.at w ATSD-VAITIItS AT NAVY-YA11D Exriianve. nwsinntie. 4jt w ANTBD- -A rtED l'ANTHY MAN IN A 1110 10th t u w. aunt DOIl'I. "WANTKD-A W1IITK BIRL I OK (IBN V eral bouiewcrk In a small family, man, wife and boy 8 yean old; Herman pre term!; to the riant party a pleanant home and pood wages aaiured. Apply at No. IMS Oitn w, WANTKD-BY A ttOOD COLORKD LAUN dre, waihlrit and lronlnc to do it home; reference given. Apply tstS N II ar. AN ABLE ADVERTISING, IN8UKANCB, Sate, Llffhtnlng-roit- or Hook Asteut, or Keporter. of great sarolr (aire, for literary work. Large salary. Write London & Hart ford I'nb. Co.. N. Y, tVANTEtl SITDATtltM. nVA"NTK&lY AWimiFnR CLKItOY- l roan In need of a stenographer or liavlnt 11H8 to revise or proofs to correct addreaa c, 1W8 Corcoran tt. s.st WANTED-ASUSEFULMAIDTO LADIES by an English pertos or to take care o( chllcrm: guxt needle woman; speak French. B, S . 1101 Wh t n w. 4jt 7ANTED-S.ITUAT10N AT HOUSE 1 hoelne: one who has done tlverv work; understand the tnilne: ttraucer In town. unde Add rem DOWNEY, thl ofHoe. Ut WANTED-IIY A BRIGHT, IIONKdT IWY of IS, place In real estate or any other oatce: write good hand: quick and wIIIIbk; can give reference II required. Addre ANXIOUS. tbHoMee. M WANTBD-BY YOUNG MAN HAVINO spare time from other limine, com mercial or office work from Sam to 2pm. Address AMBITION, thl ofllee. t.lt WANTKD MIKOiU.I.ANHOUS. AdurtOtHinli urvltr out 4aJ,fHr Untior Uh, A chU for out iMrtien: 90 tU for Mrs. Tny YersoV ANXIOUS TO "dispose 1 of a good secoad-baad Piano at reason able price may Bud a purchaser byaddriH tag A. U. C . Critic Ogee. "WANTED HOPKINS' PLAT ' WASH- iBgton. stnl pri-e and where can b seen to Box El. Takuma. D. O. w ANTED-UOBB TO PASTUHK AT General Ileale' farm at 5 car laoath: bact of nattura. running watar and tdantv of haj. with careful attention. Apply to gen eral manager. E. B. LAFniRTY. lOth t aul La are, or at tba farm. Tlpbooe oall, TOJ 4,3aa A FEW DBCIKABLK HOOMtf. WITH Msaaa powar, good elevator rviee and rlrtt elaas Janitorsblp, to the POtrT BUILDING, for rent at low rate to Urst-claa teaoat. Anely to STILSON HUTCHIN8, MS Poi Building, or FXANK MAGUIKB, Superm tendcat. COINTKY IIOAHIl. IXCELLENT 1'OVKTRY BOARD FtWa It about ats perias: pleath ut milk and excellent wau-r, pric. $4 par wack; chlldrea half price. Addre W. Z. GRBEKB. Clark bntg. Montgonaery County. Md. TJt ritWO DEalVABlg 3D FLOOR BOOMS X acantat Harris Botuo. near station iu4 90 mile irom Wasldnctoa: goodshadt): n- 1 teat water. Addrva Mr. B. C. HAHKls. Furcllville, Luudaun County. V iM LOClT LAWN-bUMVBR BOA SOI MO buuta, iruit, milk, - , in prof utiua; tabM sssurpaad; very larsw lawn, with anabun da. ol tbad: no bjU eaUdres takau. A.4 drtrt ygAKKBIFP, Bc-XV Md. ite rtOVKTKY BOAKU-H A WEEK AT A j farmer's table on tba utnmtt of tba Bitta tlklge. Va , U r Auguat and Septeaaber In quire uf CHAoJi KUYb 631 F at a w. Boos 10. 4M Bl LIE atut'HTAlK BOTJaJL FUOT OF MLPI vi,jjrt Manntalna. grand tuirv; roads; tbady walk;guvd water; abundance uf we, tiflk. ibliktn, vgiabUw, A ; larja paxi.-r, butnv comfort. Sr J H. ATEBB-Snlog-ettiill. Va. fOK SALE-JIOKLLASK4lH. l ilwsrfhiitnanfli mkjsr taas Xstiit, Jaws fin or bss, V 6a2 fbr onr teaasSasa S0 GttUt JtaftAr. l'ltalJtKtslClAiL M l.'H, V sflunt raclset. I alakal. aaoiuwly par Het oondlrton. Aa4iaacaiHly20At. 1 tUsft f jhaVfeaaftaLa AaanlnrJanaUr ttaT VtsnkaaafclnUtAaBt MU UuiSutMKM. AH httml numU-t ami twaiirlUasi tmtuetu iuhS msM. assatBnnggjssgsHSnV9Ss!nVnnBtns V. V. MM3WQS. DaJUJBL MAM4k HERRON &. RAMgY, Kit. 1 F TJHCT . W . U'siaimgf no B V sssgss m n isasiutf ttst ijr ttttmw. 'L.ZE$fife 1 K.B . Stat ti Hal BIMDY CUM KOFD; VUB a tHAta vox TorrUrke. La. av v.. rKtirosAt. 1)ROPOLS FOB Til ILI) Mi liiiSfirVL fffice of A A ' M , Vt hfneton Bat racks, D.c.,Angnari,isno -a!ed protWl, In trtplloate, will be received at thisoffiM until fi o'ciofk a.m., . An.t'ST , ismawl ttien pnblioiy opened Vieat. for eorstpse Hon of a Brick Horit at thin prut for ttc bnlldire. .. the heating and for the plnmWre i be nhmftted separately Bids for smeid ys tem of beating anil ei, ilatne, or its fonal, si aio longht in a tninn to those forth ytem law down In thenlam aim tecffleatforti in artdition to bids for tno eontmciim of ih exterior wall In pressM tvrlek, hid re rcnnetel for tlrelr BOBStrilC tion in rand brl. k to be coated srYtn three coats of goo.t painr. plans, speelneations, general lntrncti,fia to bidders and fornrs of proposal can be obt aincd at rltajilc by responsible partr' Tse United Steles re serves the right to reject any d all Mdf. Envelopes mnf be narked rtPreTS fot Hospital r oust, tion." and addressed to OKCTAKT1NK tHASB, First tlentenaot wlIQJI Thirl Artillery, A. A. H. M. Jgg,? rott SAt.B itousrw. irW, 9C Gtrt$ fw Wrt tsfrttOtli" W fcWyiJr irTftVe TrotH PD SALE Of REAL RSTATB, I1 IK) TOU WANT A SNAP f That fine old homestead, sntt i)t n w, ronprlslng nearly 30 tn feet of gronart anst arsftng the twist dellgntfnl elevations In Oewrgefcwn, srllt be sold at a sactWen It taken scrm. Ttrms can he made atlf tory; bnt the prorwrty nnat be sold at ones. Key at Mr. C. B, Pickling' oflce. High at, Georgetown, write to L n .tOH'fflON ana,tf Hlehardsvllle, Va. F)R SAI.E-A BAROAIN IF OI,i) AT once; a-stery and basement brick houj 7 rooms and bath: all mol imps; situated at No. 436 1 n w; price S4,Stf; terms, one-third cash, balai.ee 1, f and S years. Apnty toFR,VNCISnt7FTY. lSBIFstnw.s feW-98 FOR SALE-1N ALEXANDRIA, S ROOM frame houee.Jnst finishing; hydrant In yard; lot lSxl; snug home: price, 100. Ap ply to ROBERT J. THOMAS, Boom No. S, SIS 1Mb St. TrOrl SALR-THnKE OF TTIE CHEAPEST J. houses In Washington, 106. 108 and 110 llth etne; two-atory and basement, brosm atone trimming! 7 rooms and bath; eleettle belie ami gaa; price, StOO each, two oteb balance to anlt or trade for good lots. FOTt RKNT 11QUS153. A(rririwf wmerrAM Ataf; fimrltmter Uft, S6 essifr for ent imtrlteitt SO for thru. yyoR RBNT-UNFURNISHSD-' 1413 Mas are, 17 rs ami stable SO 1411 K st n w. 13 rs wow 1011 Connate, 15 rs ISO 00 14th st ex.. ISrs ISO 00 isvMstnw, isrs lsoco 1SWII sr n w, n , 111 ( lfoo 16th stnw. lira loo 00 177 o at n w, 11 rs no no 174Jratnw,lrs too 00 7fl4 21st nw.l trs IflOOO g Lafayette Square, IS r 61a E st n w, V rs MS 1400 Chapln stnw, IS rs 75 00 oihn Yaven w. 17 rs TO op WllMhstnw.lSra SS St 1119 sot h stnw. lots , oo 1513 o stnw. 11 r ffioo wasillllyer Place. 11 rs S5 00 lllSNttnw.ll rs SOrjo 1480N st.n w, 10 rs SB oo ai3 1st t ne, 0 rs 50 00 1.114 1, et n w, 10 rs. 50 V) 1743 N st n w. H rs woo WrTSstn w.lOrs 3000 vnsstnw.lOn SOW Ml 3 st n w, 10 rs woo mi Monghtonst, Ira seoo 14fflMcugMonat.9 rs SO 00 1611 Illifgsl'lace. 8rs 90 00 H!2 M stnw. Or. wan 1119 Mth stnw. Mm, ttm lllflKthstn w.r w 4500 1406 Chapln st, 9 rs 40 00 siss P st. t r woo I At 12th it n w.Srs...... -M oo xiiMitbstn vr, io rs.... 40 00 lioo Tthstn w.atr awl dwg..... oa awoitaw.Jri W KMSthstn w.9 rs 9000 508 ISth st n w. 3 rs SO 00 I5 N Y ave. J n SO 09 151 10th st n W, 8 rs MOO 1943 etbstn w.Srs 3500 1594 9th st n W, rs 9500 10M 9Bth at a w. S rs 95 OU I4S8 R I are n w. 7 r 9509 MIBst w.Srs f0 1354 41 at a w.Srs 18 00 laoisuutnw.S r The above house esn be examined byptr alt from our offlc-e only. TH0M.MJ.FlSnjH CO., tiitFst.n.w. JfOH KENT-TWO BRAND NEW SIX 1 room frame houses, high and dry loon lion; near cburokea and pabllo wbool la Unloctown. Inquire of A. BEUHEND, MS U Mil W rott iti:.NT koomh. AdHTUiitntHti mtittr tAti Kn4, four Uiut tr tin, 9t nmH for OK4 iHMrlion; 50 tfUtOr Uuh. TfOR RENT-3 H0OMS ON 4D FLOOR', IN A L new house and la a good location. serT 11 tt n w. jt J TOR KBNT-rURNIbllED HOOU; FOR ! gentlemen only; suitable for two; low rent. W7I I tt n w. 4jt IJ'OR KENT-LARGE. PLEASANT FRONT room, furnish I or unlurnlned, in pri vate family; all conveniences. 1135 3th t nw. Jj I70R RKNT-91S 11TH ST N W. BKAUTI ' fully furnUbed ana comfortable tsconJ story room, with strictly first claa board; summer rata. IJt I?OR RENT-COOL FURNISHED ROOMS on rst sogr, with board, 71 I0tk st nw. I,t F OR RENT-LARGE Fl'KNISnKD SBC ond ttorv front room: southern exoouro: gas and bath; SI4 pswuwntb. 1M9 Corcoran t n w. IJt Ti'OR RBNT-3 UNFURNIbHED ROOMS; ' gas and water. U D it a t, Capltoi Hill. UK F OR RENT-FDKNUHED ROOMS FOR aeatIBMn: second and third door. tSfll Sth t n w. 4,M H ANDfiOME FURNISHED BOOMS. EN tulle ortlazle. at tba Baekbuhant. 990 uu h n w.oyeno aging acrnawoa sa. rSMiIca table. FOlt SALK AMI KKNT. pEAL KirTATK BILLBTIN ""' TBOMAS E. WA (UM AN, SrT F ttt, CtangsM gust We4nes4M and Satanaars. 3-aTORY BRICK AX FBAME HOUaiN FOR aALK, ileluiw, bb, ml.lSr tttjPOJ lOUlOtbunw. bh,Bii.Wr 15isS 7Utn w, bn.al.10H MH llSkfthssaw.bk.9N iJm --StlndUna ar a w, bh.9r T.ses IMS Mass ava w. f h,ii. T.S ltt Icnadarv at a w, fh,Srs 7,109 tbITaw,bh- UM 8.SW HSSthttn w. bn.ml.sr. 4,Tf -till indfl7ibtn w, bk,r 4.10 tt'.K.iiiv.sa.Un tm HisS Javenw. f h.r ffl 111 9tth t u w. b a. t r jMQ Alley bctwasm Oat aaat , M aski M ass aw.bB.Srs W S-nTOKY BAUCK AygHtAMK mOBiiBS FOB t.iBM w.bh,t8r tmm us to ao Md ave w. b k, i r. ...... Wm S18 0atsw.bb.Trs,.... SjS UMatHMSUssw, a, tm. aaat I e and4CS iltk t s'w.' b k, si' U 9 ' - - JS 13i t s w. b a, r. 4M and stts S Capitol at w, f a.8r.... WaiMlSMilMtw, f a.4n. 44e I t w.bh.5 r , W4GUw,f h,5rt K Capitol alter w-t)h. Irs lu-jg rcitott. b nu. JOSalWIatttaantaOth anst Mkh at w,fn,Tts um Aiuy has ti ant Sth, B and I sttsw, 4 rs M) IWeMMaaWE MiHraaWFY Wat SALS. w SMI A l, tk at. MS X Can and A at a. Bag laasMMaMTSksasse b aiMtaMTstss w ? v.-coiaVatMta s ' " itgwaw aw w WaP'"JJ sWJ i ha MaJafa" K J us ud . H.-iFsw.ga.fttg Jl . L'ttnw.Wys. S ;: sth at m n. ka -.-- lafiw.HfsV S , Sffl as , n s MBkaaataw.SM. . "ts to att ai 8 twr oans. a my hooka. Fur tu 1 l:at ial n.t oflau fwr - ittln ihsuot vn usr li sjuJ '.Mb. i E iKAS KDUCATIONAL. "jt.v 1R8 BAYARDS IN8TITVTB, IfortSall', cesve, A Rome School fot Gifts wi ToWr tslstNk. Jtrrmner of boarding nsrirtM rriMtsrl to tWtf . FveeHent astvanHhte In MWfe, Att sMIM Ungnages, Bymnaslrrir). Plswfrt giwwfds, liealthfnl rocatfon. fnpns oejett ttriwrge the snnrmet rnoirth. 9oskTss siajmSail at tnition in the BskgHsn btssnenen, JIW nee 'oholastreyear. sl rot etrttrlat. YT XMLC COttJIiX tm VfOM w, Aurora, CarRga Late, T. Three fell eenrses of study, beestrws bentstwai aa hearlMnl. A rtnVrtrl CiftHaS liOlSi 2frrV lyWrraflift ttfcfltV Mil W0&&FWfft sMiBrtSvi IrttjiTOl 9 9 r f JMt BR Wn Rrw. WWn ror s8sIiw9Wp S. s miswii &., FriAtttstUtt TplJWCK CM Jlf WHif CrJU.l8i m&m$tatt, CALITOKNIA. A rtrst-ekHS Sehtjol tor LUtM and Oentf men. Abbs Faenlty. Tewjummee Town, rleasaul Climate, Health; Loeaw, Reasosmblp Terms, etrveral Cenrsee anrt JJeerees, Addresa 3. C. KBtTH, rresMent, rtAMBRtDOB SCHOOL MARGARKT WINTHROP HALL, Cambridge. Mass. English, Classhsal and Brsettve Owirjsjs for Girts. Home comforts anil social cultivation. Imlhllngand farnltnre new. Noernwdhw?. Applicants srast be over 1 1. Address MR. ARTHUR OILMAN, Cambridge, Mate. QT. LUKE'S SCHOOL, Bnttleton,near rbllitelrI, Pa, A hlgh-eles seboel, Bxeeptiooally bealth ful location. Delighttal anrroundlsgs. Doiatt good work. Prejsare for any college or ml ness. Doys tent this year to Tale, Harvard and Princeton. Special ears of younger boys. Number limited. CUAHLaW II. STROUT. Principal. y KATBfl' INSTITUTE, Laneaster, Pa. TheKev. MONTGOMERY K. HOOPER, M. A., Head Master, rour boys reesshreil ae membert of the beail Blaster's faatiiy. At preaent there are two vaeaneiet. Mr. Hooper hastnt toys hi Harvard. Yale. Princeton, Columbia, Lehigh, Amherst. Tiltdty, West Point, Annapolis, Ac, and has net bad a oan date for admission roted. M 188 AIKEN'S SCHOOL FOR G1KL8. Stamford, Conn. Batablislied In tseS, lYepares for eolleg. travel and home. Tberaetbol by wWchtbe mental f sonltie are educated will be festad In the second edition of Mia Aiken's pam phlet en "Cotwentratstl Attention," now ready, for ! at BrMtagV, 3 Union Square, New York. W.ESLKYAN ACADEMY. Wilbralam, Mats. One of the half doge beat aeadstale ami elasaieal schools in Nsw Bngland, Tbepay Bant of SSI In advance wUloovsr evdiaary tuttkw. with board, for fall trns. beglnnlag AUGUsT T. Send for eataJogne to REV. G. M.STBBLE.rrtJtclpal. n,rADVILLKTHBOlOCAL SCHOOL, MeadvlKa, Ia. Kdueatss for tUCbrtttias Ministry. Hooai rest and tattsBB free. An aatraasss fee of 90 lor gaj, beat and care o( roots. AUaxpansss moderate. Tern begin SBPTBMBBR 90. Add Has KEY. A, A. UYERMOKK, D. D., PTfsMsat. MaadvUJa. Pa, TBKTLY SCHOOL FOR BOYS, M MsiUaon T.. soar BHk st XewTotkOiy. Miiagsnn at abos pWsni OCTOBBK t, nsH. WrJUaaa Josvaa, A- B. rltswwast). Frtt eipai AsbUsstiaatllSinai'r jtMBkt,Fa Boskaway, L. I, gT-COLLEt Hill. Tf Pf tsnanwsj J ntsntas nW ffaatr (UUIiii faajapf) ssnssatni SBrSBS ksssttaikf m ymmm vwmmrr. Tm itSssontaaaas. si sansi "iftk itswtel- sWSS VJSJli'FsrllPspp9 SSIPB5 eJWflfJ Ssywsji ipsstbssf ' "J tastUt. tRBM fO ACaBSansnlsBHsnl atafeftsnnV tO ",,ssl 'T,S,P", snr )'!rSPBJs, awisiBainnngg- tfsjjj! THilA afi IJWsyWW oWWstB!R lWsW's"elWFsily 4PsVsjsM((J wispWolsi fqfKf lw 4W JsBW Fmmiss log the hjas sVsltaMsV sdtsTstUse inrbi gecooft. a -.. I 1PS1SSSPSSSPSSSS' u Jf'-I j4p?' sty sitslaasa tie) Ereetdgng cr MBit, Blast BsicatttMStsbl nf itady, IwtWJatw lantlnKiia, far saai iosst. : hi L h hw- lib gnrcATiov.tr,. L 1NPSN SRMIN RY i-nit. ft. A senoel for yoirmt girts KlA totwg ladies, atlftrtav LfflWef Corrirst, f frrt fear. A safe, eemfortabie sevmef nwese tbewwlgh rMrmrts; earcfnl ovsjrslgfft of the tndlvtdnal legation; steam heate. per year. 1Wi imPlMlW TjaiVJtRWTT. JeULTtSWHst. AMroswauWt ret m mm iXismid MtMmmtmm, AMw1Rrs3tete ApaHatrc. E oaJtotAltf itAU, woAimm im day scrum tor YOUNG UDIBB, mlsl,Mr LAIS1W4 and Mi SB Mtnrrs RBBS. ChrtstmM terai beghm orjTOBBR 9. For etteffe address IrOSRMARY II ALU QXFOKD fOhhn COLLEQg FOR YO&lfc, 1.ADUBS, Oxford, Ob. Famosjs CtatHsMstt and Plnlshhsg Sstmot. It teaekerft 19 students. The Anna Mater ef Mrs, PiesWswt llanfsen, Ooworvntory of Masts al Art. Btitssmnm Tasatton gst tles. KEY. FAYE WAbKBK, lealdont. T7KMOr AOADKMY. ONE OP THE BEST IN NEW WMLAND. Stmtents In every college In New Bngtajsd. A thorough preparation, rtrst-eiaes faolfl ttes In Bngltsh. BstiMtngs new, large ami at traettve. Lalswa lories, Oyatnaslnm ami all facilities. Abrsteeehers. Tens asedevato. Address VERMONT ACADBMY, SniloswKltST.Yt. AV- ASUINOTON AND MiK UNlVlRsiTT. texlogtsu, Ya. For catalogue Mdrets G.W.C.LRB, rveattteat. AMHERST SUMMER SCHOOL -or- LANGCAOBB, ART, BCIBNCB. LITERA TURE, MATHBMATICH AND rilYfclOAL TRAINING. Fourteenth Seasioti at Ambatst OoUeaw. JULY T to AUOUffT . For programme address PROF. W. L. MONTAGUE, Ambertt, Mass, 5 ST. MARY'S CITY. MD.. cotamancss) It i a inn hi u i 4Eth vear OCT. 1. Instruction thoroiuh. Term moderate. Addre the princi pal, auttri a. THOMAS iy3,taw,m scant i; it iinsoiiTS. BEEADIO TIM, Rfpton, Vermont. A few k001' rooms lo bo linil. Choice company ami almnilanl Kecreatious. Terms, $12.50lo $M Per Week. Grand "Union Hotel, Saratoga Springs, Vaster tie yew Measaaat, UOr for too taasoBto OCTOBER 1. EOKtB- APAMB. MagagST. LONG BRANCH. WEST END HOTEL. Cottages and Restaurant. Fatlor concert ctery noram at 11 JO o'clock and iunJay evttiiBg enneatt at the AunBt Ball by Etttsi Sein's ttkMti Ofclaia, Tabs d'Hoie and Baataarast acknoai sdgad to ba the e,ai of 4oy fas or out of Tork it- D.M. W E. BILDBjrrU. Long Beach Hotel, LOBU BEACH, L. I , - tte Atlantic. OnlyMj:. rrcin S Yerh. ytltBdSllSurf BtblgBafloatb coax. CKhaetral Biuic Twice BaJUj. goat WUWBt MHNK Five scllo seat of Lose Bstttih aaiiintf ar-d fttbln; in ta bay sMoMaV JvBki T. DBViaUt, SICBHILD SPBIK&S. . I. Hotel Earlington, Fronting Fat and Nw Batbiac mnabHtH aant. Fcr iavtsA4 paaitelsw. wtjntass, ap-,aa4gtwi Shapn SpHngfj N, Y. aittosw ItuliislBgWtW. ixatkiB, BaUw SjBsI BawchM (,t, caian and ttMtPsV- l.,l ul WU1 WR gCUWS usm S. i-aBlrN.EB M MMW, SSWSWSSnMgSS ISrS BSSS""SS1SW P BSBBSSBSS United Stai H&elt UiU VAN .LEAF,Fjvt-tet. 9tn can ha nnrarait as laaati ri Sona. S3& BbLaSt mt "" WVasiiimaiiiiTTi 1 SSIM ramrfniYT TEIMFIR HOUSI, CATtnULL ktOl'lsTAiaW Si-ii raiK tt, j,. '. for sea t A 4 Ur U54 U TH8SKEH a r . UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION I yer a Million SISTEIBUT1D, La. S. L. Louisiana Stale Lottery Co, Ineorporared by the Le0s?atre for edn a tioml nod charitable tmr?js, sast its (ran eh Im made a pari of the present Start Con strtntXm, In isra, by a evaasrsm.aiaw mr c uhvem. Its BRAND BXTRArrRfltNARr BHAW 1NX48 take tH S-tM-Arnvnariy tfene and Deeember). and Its GRAND SINOtB NUM BRRMtAwTrtQS take place Ineaokof the ether ten months hi the year, and are.m drawn te tmblM. at the Acadsmiref Mnsie, New OrhsMs, La, "W do hereby certify that we snperri'e the aTTangemeirts for all the Monthly and aeaat-AmrBai Drasrlogsof theLotttslana Mate tottery Co.. and ra person manage and on trot the drawings themselves, and that the same are conducted with honesty, Uirnc-s and In good faith toward all parting, and wo anthortae the company toow tbia eertillcate, with fac similes of onr signatures attached, a Rs adrertleemenU." ffS4 Cum Hiles loners. We the undersigned banks and banner will pT all prises drawn in the Louisiana State Lotteries whleb mar be presented ' Mreemtatsf K. M. WALMBLEY. rres't U. Nat Bank . r. LANACX. rres't Stato Nat. Bank. A. BALDWIN, nest N. O Nat. Bask CARL XOIIN, rres't I'nlna Nat. Bank rawing WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC, New Orleans, TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1890. CAPITAL PRIZE, $300,000, 188,811 Tickets at Ilk Hfe is, 15; Ms, U IntMh SI. LIST OF PRIZES: j FMiiE of .e.oi ! jjeoope I PRISE OF 100.1OO is 10S.CSW 1 FBIEB OF V'.OliOU.. 50 000 I FRJZE OF Ma 1 ... .S.WO trauisor lOkOar -ioouo SFBJEEiOF S,8Har. - -S.00O H FKJZkSOF litWaro. . . . too FBlESSor sfiBare. - SCO FJUBESOF anOSM V.UDO SS FBIXEaOF SK) are wo.uvi MeswiwanoH laWBt- voorrireaot issoato. ..f,-. twFvixMef tassrs) ?. tnvFriggsol titaw - - --.-- ' estFilzcsef $usi- - -- wx 80S Prize of JOtaw ss.aui S.lt Prias iaaoagting to Sl.tss - m&vmtmTwm aoB sBsnsPEsflPW BnaaW aqpanrV 9mm BiTtB: sflPpBnnp4BOBiay a tsrasagH ggirlvery wUI Mhsisvnt kg r-; Impoftonf, AU oedbjatf t sitters viimi)aig; -- slgetBBf hEJPpJEvSB pppESgBf snOBBjB- Bg? fsW sBJPffs" CgsBUBianf hie Kk 1 "sWnsTpssssasssssF v-v1 eassss"ss sa issnisns si Ma A DAUPHIN. tA AsttMftft jt35tiist laftJtliri i1frBtiliaa4ltg i. U sanr iBEtli wasmtaat. maMS apanF'snsF snssganBsnBBBsnnBnB iintgifLtnpssrssintsnBisaF ajs ss si 1. m wmmwm w mm mw BAWBfll ytw Ortyioi. utj tli TJtjjttn a . jflTTlalal ta EsWafcliSIHr SiM U JMililit TI ' tgopntasnepnT "V ""sjev w hi u asswssysiss vw -ssr iiiiii n - ;sjsqtntnjnr-j9sasagnrsjnnrng' s'sssnfwtsisn' snnsssaw ' ssJIBSrssntRSssne tAflurM 9 ftMkajyBiMi4it mf nii hi jjWHbbMs' " iw,wmi tut the wnam -01 hi trTWHSJTeTATB ha OJOddstd - UwUuian t-ta-e umi c, ha a -'' aUCvntb ir,tf mti '! Usa.oiaui sjtKi DOle NOT BAHKi, I Vm JAKVABY iS GrandMonthiyD ttau