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THE DAILY CBITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, AUG I T 5, 1800.
AT THE CAPITOL MR. CIJMMINOS SPEAKS TO HIS NAVY-YARD RESOLUTION, nmm party policy scorn DitUtor Bet in Dafftr If TftkiHg a ItaKltr frem Pewir HE SAYS THE FORCE BILL MOST mi. Tariff in Mtt Senate -Dwirkt Milters. SigBlleant 08ffeiiee"N8 Wwk, No Pay," fr Meabsrs. In the Honse to-tlny, after tke trans action of Mime temporary routine busi ness, Jfr. Jlcltlnley ot Ohio, froin the Committee on Utiles, reported (as a substitute for the Cummlngs resolution) n resolution asking the Secretary of the Navy for the reasons for the Increase of the force at the Klttcry Navy-Yard. In speaking to the resolution Mr. Cummlngs of Now York sahl that he rose In defense of public morality and public law, which had been menaced by n high public official. The order In creasing the forco of the Klttcry Navy Yard looked as though the design was to use executive power for partisan pur poses. lie commented on the fact that cer tain shops of the Ktttery Navy-Yard had been burned in January, nnd tint the chairman of tho Committee on Naval Affairs (Mr. Boutollo) had appro priated money for their repair In tho Naval Appropriation bill. He contended (and In support of this contention he quoted from remarks made by Senators Allison and lllscockl that It was not in tho Intorost of r.ood government or economy in tho Navy to reconstruct these shops. Despite the remarks of these two cmlnont Itcpuull can Senators, tho Secretary of tho Navy had ordered an Increase of tho forco at the Klttcry Yard to reconstruct tho shops and to repair tho Lancaster and Monongahcla. Fifteen years ago a He publican Secretary of tho Navy bad stated that tho Lancaster was not worthy of repair and thAt the Monon gnhcla was In a tolerable condition, with a speed of 10 knots. (Laughter.) lie referred to the great evil which would result from the Introduction of politics Into the navy-yards, and, going back to tho administration of tho Mavy Department by Secretary Itobcson. ho commented severely upon the notion of that official In filling navy-yards with partisan friends just previous to Congressional elections. IIo charged that the Klttcry yard was used for Doll ileal purposes and quoted figures tn show that picvlous to elections the list of tmpkyes Jwas much larger than It was a month or two afterwards 1 he majority of the rasn employed come from Maine, the State of Thomas lircckctt Heed. He quoted at knelh front tho testimony taken bv tho" Whllthorno Commission in 1870 to thow that the policy of tho Itepuull enn party had been to use the navy yards to expedite political ends. This policy was worse than the shot-gun policy. In the baoate. At the opening of the Senato It Im mediately proceeded to the considera tion of tho Tariff bill, the pending item being polished cylinder and crown glass in the glassware schedule. Mr.lJerry was the first speaker. Among other things he praised the ad ministration of Cleveland and de nounced the precont administration. Mr. Wilson of Iowa replied to Mr. Berry. The discussion was par tlcl rated in by Mcttrs. Spooner. Paddock, Butler and Call. District Id Congress, The sub committee on railways of tho House District Commltteo will hear those favorable to the Mount rieasact Hallway on Friday next at 10 o'clock a. m., before the regular com mittee meeting. The committee room of the House District Committee is being over hauled to day. It Is to have a new and fresh lay-out of desks, chairs, car pets and other paraphernalia Incident to legislative deliberation. The people opposed to the Ecklngtoa and Soldiers' Home Hallway want a hearing, but none has been arranged to far. llrccklnrldge to tie Unseated. The House Elections Corn ulitoe had a quorum of Republican n tubers this morning, No Democrats i.ttemtal. The report unseating Mr. C. P. Hrackla liiige of Arkansas was adopted. This action was forshadowed la Tug Critic last Friday. Mr. BreclslurUlge'a op ronent being dead, a special eUetloe will have to be held. Mr. Brackla ridge will himself uadoubtedly be re Dominated and returned, so that Ike ItepubUeans will gala but a WW ad vantage by the outrage they propose to perpetrate. n DOCK THEIR PAY. TALK OF STOPrUiO TSg FAV Of AMwr HEFiUttBKTATtYBI. Major IIoiaMe, Sergeaat at-Arius of the House, said to-day that he kad mot yet received oidets to dock afeeeat weaahere ol their pay, but adsaJitad that these is a great proba bility that suek a coarse may be takes if certala wewhera, notorious la their ahaejsieeisM. tHtrrlst la abseaiisuc thesn telves wkkoui leave, altkougk psoiec tiax their votes with private pais. Tata dockage will be the laat resort to cosapel altc&deMse asui secure aad kohl a qiuwiwt. It has art beam -foseed for tuaav yean. la fact so oae coaaeetad with the House has aay reeoltoftioa that it has ever beea urn. fud. BEXD AKD ADJOURKilEKT. nur n ama ox tits, vmemtvat to fas Tits roues ball. SsMswdya fo H was iuBMd that BV ed had aafcd thai )UbbW th teattat pet tod the Pwknal ISbatlioM UN the House would mot adoft W frfTf aitST to adiouift the StiMfts) saight sead to it. To-day the PWIadeiphls MtcorU puhitahed the sUtesaesq that Hi. Seed, whea ashed wtuts he thought Cottaeat would adjourn, said: "If I have va In ft ware with the House, and I thiak I have a little, the House wiM aotadjouw till the EloOiga bill hat paased. sot evee if we have to it here till bjU Jksmktu-" lie i xepnaeatad as tasty; very sauch iAvaroeat, and at this is the pr.s.ace of two or Hum. Cnagregawe. a well as the fcottti.nimUM WiU youifiaiat osthe paasafeof the I - dgL bill or will a tuodUed ateaaure k .a u.. Uud aajual JTLt 11 i iJ Lax. U. In. tk.ki.pUblv tn the House, was the Speaker s slgnl ficant replv In view 'of recent speeches and decla rattans of IndepeMeme in the Semte, rrTilatIy jmerAKf, the Spwktt p pears to be reckoning without hh troat. In attempting to dictate to the Senate, M well to the Hoose, the Speaker has undertaken a job greater than that ever (resumed by any previous par liamentary or political lender In Congres. The situation apparently favors It, In that there Is nr acknowl edged nmlTtputcd leader of tlw majority In the Senate. Netertnelett th)Ite publican Senators are little likely t ac cept ae a lender, or rather dictator, a number of the House of Representa tives. They will Inevitably revolt sgalnst It, and when they do the would be drctator will find himself ponmllng hit head against a stone wall. In the meantime, the Senate mler can't be changed and the Force WH ran't be pitted, even with a majority In their favor, unless they are As to sit ting until December the Senators can stand it better than the Representatives. Only one-third of I hem are to be re elected, ami only a small proportion of that third are In any danger. Those who want to can absent themselves without the formality of asking leave. A prominent Democrat, when told ot what the Speaker Is said to have said, said significantly: "Reed can't prevent Ihe House from adjourning. It will adjourn and he can't help himself." A prominent Republican said It would be difficult to hold a quorum. The House might remain In session, but a quorum could only be had at Intervals by sending for absent members. Altogether it looks as though Speaker Recti was in danger of taking a header from Ihe pinnacle of power to which he has climbed. IMPORTANT CONFERENCE. QUAY TltVINO TO WItir ItBCAI.ClTRAST SBNAT0113 INTO I.tNB. A meeting was hold at Senator Quay's house last night which may have great political significance. Among tho at tendants were Senator Plumb nnd other recalcitrants so far as the Tariff and Force bills are concerned. It Is thought the purpose was to convlnco theso gentlemen of tho error of their ways and try to Influence them to icvcrso their views, or at least their votes so far as the tariff Is concerned anyway. Indeed, It Is claimed In some qtiRttcrs that Mr. Quay Is himself op posed to the Force bill. IT'S TOO BAD. The 1'oIIco Wont Let the Negroes Do aa Tliey rienae. There will bo another Indignation meeting hold by tho colored peoplo at tho Second Baptist Church tonight for the purpose of discussing recent out rages alleged to have been committed by the police upon the negroes. The cases more especially referred to arc those of Officers Trammell and and Dyer. Trammell Is an officer In the same precinct with Mr. Dean, and it is claimed that ho brutally beat a colored gentleman named Bailey. A warrant was sworn out for assault, which was nolle promil by District Attorney Armes. It Is now proposed to have the case called up again nad tried, and at the meeting to-night resolutions will be pasted demanding that It be done. Officer Dyer will also have to ex plain why he shot at an Inoffensive colored man who was escaping through an alley with some stolon plunder In his possession. "These are neither of them Hutchinson cases," said n well known colored attorney this morning, "and you can bet the result will be different" It was rumored title afternoon that if too many Incendiary or anarchistic expressions were used that some arrests would follow. INSPECTED BY SECRETARY TRACY. Cullltlon of the llaltlraore ami the Dolphin ut liar Harbor, Bak hakhoh, Mk., Aug. 5. Secre tary of the Navy Tracy, accompanied by hit daughter. Mrs. 'Wllmerdlng; his granddaughter, Miss Alice Wilmordlngj Mrs. Chadwick, wife of Commander Chadwick, of tho V. H. 8. Yorktown; Miss Stoughton and Naval Secretary A. G. Paul, arrived on the Despatch at noon yesterday. After luncheon the Secre tary made a formal inspection of the warships Petrel. Dolphin and Balti more. Tho biggest guns were fired with ISO pound shells. Vice-President Morton accompanied the Secretary on board, Mr. Tracy and party will remain here a week until after the return of Mr. Blaine. The ftaetblp Baltimore sailed yester day afternoon atl o'clock for New York. 'While swinging to head for the oceau she ran aose oa'to the Doipala, lying at aBebor. striking her la the mid dle of the stera aad naaklag several ugly dents is her stera plates. Secre tary Traey Immediately ordered the Dolphin to sail for Brooklyn for repairs. The Baltimore proceeded os her jour ney CANNOT GET A PENSION. A boliller luiprlaoned by a Military Trlbuuitl Forfeit 111 Ulalu. General B. F. Butler, recently ia a peastoB ease beore the Interior Depart weat. advanced aa unusual argument. He appeared as counsel for a dependent mother, w hose son died while serving a sentence in a military prison for theft. General Butler contended that the mili tary cosamiasioa that sentenced the sol dier was not established by a tribunal holding jurisdiction and that thereore the sentence wag null and vokl. He claimed that a military commiaaion could waite no order, and said that ia time of war a military commission ia a board of officers appointed to investi gate facts of alleged misconduct of pri vate citizens or belligerents. Assistant Secretary Buasey derided that a military commission has jurk dfcsiion over a certain class of oTeiigfi, and has both the power to try and sea tence engenders. He rejected the appli cation for pension and rtted iiigafiroui authorities to sustain hi artion Til FLA8MM AT FABLT. Tbtlt MastsAt CaaMtf a Sinlnm aad ruOutlUy Fatal Aaahlanr. pLArrstu.no, N. Y., Aug. S, A se rious acchiamt iMtursni osi tJhe lhiiitainfe and liiedeon Railroad aiKit tour sjattei south of Pott Kent yeatesday mofiaf Two extra freight trains is charge of Conductors Long and Connors Wit bete auout noon- When one mile souu of Port Kent. Long's train broke is two. Connors' was closely foUowtajt. and is rounding a sharp curve, some miles further os. Clashed Into the rear portion of the head Ui- The engine of Cos tioj' train was completely ikmoMahed sad seven .is detailed and badly uanj4.d i-ii,.iLut.r King received at vera! Uuj, d yireutns wsss was so badly hurt that be may die. The teukc . tl. uci.idt.ui is said to bitvc LttU tl- fuil-.t if LLc JingUiiUl to go f li it-iUt'll U s'.iii ttl UttlU CADGHT IN THE ACT. Two Men Try to fto Throngd ft House on Cnpltnl Mill. Ottlcet Cottem ami Oranford arwsltjrt two tarrl ftogllrg fMtvMnatt latt night at they were in the act of robbing the retMence of E. P Stocking, No. 80S A street southeast. Mr. and Mrs Stock ing are away on their summer vacation and the house has been locked up for some lime. The two men were caught in the act of ransacking the house, and when the efftrtf appeared on the scene they had a trtittt fitted with clothing, silverware and othtr things prepara tory to removal. At the Fifth Pre cinct Station, where they were locked up. they gave the names of William Seymour and Henry Cllftrn. Both men were mensnred at Police Heailqnatters this morning ami phot v Brtpherl for the rogues' gallery. Later they were taken before Judge Mills In the P( lice Court, where they were charged with housebreaking and de fctidid by Campbell Carrington. Both officers testified to rinding a consider able amount of booty in the possession of the thieves, besides what was packed In the trunk. Judge Mills bound both over to the grand jury in fl.000 bail each. OBSTRUCTING TRAYEL Complnlntu Mmle to the rotlce About the V .V O. Ilonil. Complaint has been made at police headquarters that tho Washington and Georgetown Ball way Company obstruct travel on Fourteenth street, between W and the Boundary, and people fre quently have to wait for drivers to get their cars and horses out of the way. They make a practice of unharnosslng and changing their horses in the street, and there will frequently behalf adoren teams there at a time, completely ob structing travel. One of the cltizcnn who mad a com plaint thinks that the company ought to be kept down to their charter rights, Insomuch as they do not seem Inclined to give the people out in that section ot the city the service they so much de sire and have repeatedly asked for. New Deputy Comptroller. Mr. Itobcrt M. Nixon of New Castle, Henry County. Ind has been desig nated as Deputy Comptroller of tho Currency. Mr. iflxon Is expected to arrive In the city soon. There apnoars to be no doubt of his accoptanco of tho position. Jlnrnril by 11 ro. During a flro at -101 II street north cast this afternoon, Michael Donhast. an employe was burned severely. He was taken to Providence Hospital. fnatfified nnb Died. Pico. DKNDKlt -At Oxen 1 1111. Mil .on August I. U60 at 4 to a m. Frederick Ileniler, la bit TW rear, huabaml of Mrs. W. Oemler. Fiintral will take place from till Uteresl drrre at Oxen 11111. Mil., on Wednesday, at t o'clock p in. Friend and relatives retpeat tnlly Invited to attend. COLBKItT -On Saturday, AngnU 3, 1SW, at 1:10 p. in., Iisilora I'. Colbert, aged It yeari. 11 montlm ami 98 dars. Tuners! from John Wevley Chorch, Tues day. Atiguil 5, at 4 o'clock p. m. KIIEHLE.-On August 4, IStO. at 0:80 a. tn . P.Mox Kberle. Funeral from Ms late relden:e, 4 It First street tcuthwett, at 3.80 p. in., on Wednes day. KIlKDS.-OnMondgr.AiiRUStl.lSW.atajO o'clock p. m of Inflammation o( the bowels, at No. 41)1 New Yotk avenue northwest, Mr. CbarlesO, Krebs In the Cist year of bis age. JIcCOY. Oa Saturday, Augntt , at J: p. CD., Mary Ella, onlr dsuithter of Illoburd and Katie McCoy, axed 10 years, i month and 17 days. WILSOX.-Suddenly. August I, ISW, Whit well Arnold Wilson, ion of Wbltwell II. and Jennie Franklin Wllsoa. Funeral services at Itock Creek Cemetery, IJOp. Dl., AUKUSt 3. SI'EClAr, HOTIGK. jCgpNOTlCE! " A public meeting of Ue clilsta and prop en y bojders of MOUNT PLEASANT will be beld In the CoBereoatlooal Cbureb, Howard avenue. FKIDAY EVBNINO, AUG UST 1, Jto, at 8 o'eloek, to take lurtber action on the railroad queettos, JySI.fe 2CIIAltTJilt2D l)Y CONOKB W 1818. FliAMCMN INSUKAXCE CO. OF WASHINGTON, D. C. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, 185.(00. IUJ never selected a lose br Are. but always make i.rosi t and liberal adjustments. Dr. Daniel li. Clarke, tires't; George E. Leoson, Tlre-pres'ti Cnarles 8 Bradley, trees ;I, Fea wlk YotiDg, sec'y; Will I'. Boteler, ass't see'y. lu5.8m KJSr-WHY NOT nAVK YOUH 8niRT3 XJ made by oae of the most celebrated Batters In Asternal Pikes sasse as those third-rate cutters charge, p. T. QALL, 008 P ilsv. KJll-TEMPOHAHY OFFICE OF THE tZC WASHINOTON LOAN AND TKUST COMPANY. HOI F street B. w. CAPITAL J1.0CCv0CO. This eompaay bwttes aertMeates of deposit bearing uiterest at follows: Osi all amount depotfled for ninety days or more, but less than six moatb. 3 per oeat. per aasuua; Si per cest. on deposit for more than six moots, but less than a year and 4 percesL oa deposits of one year or longer. Fecnred layesimeou for sole. Money loaned W. B. HOBlaON. Se. B. H. WAKNK8, Pre . DIHBOTOR8: Cfearto B. Bailey. George F. Sebafer, James L. Barbour, Joka A. Haatlltoa. Oeor ee K. Bertol, TttOBaa SosBwytUn, Blehard W. Clay. Jote A. 6wote. Bonuse 8. CMmswnm, J-8- Swormiixlt, J. J . Daruutoo, Hattetetoy W. TalboU, Josus Joy KstooB. George. TruostUU, Cbartos J. Faalkaar, B. 8. w'waer, Albert F. Fox. A. A. WtW, O (' Green. L. D. Wbse, WlUlaas BTGarley, S. W. Woodward. Joaa B. Laraes-. Cba. Beaj. WUklasoa, A. 8. WoHsuagtoa. f5g"BX- WHITE. CHIHOPOiMsT, MM Feaaa. av..ofiost WUlard's Hatsl Thofusad f raaa far aast near visit Br. Wait for relief hosa aa4 arnsaaasw of eotas. bua luo. Jlsi'iisasl aafls aal all other foot ttoaUt. UoasaTs a- as. W 8 a. ax. ua days. 9 to M. Eslsbllshed 1881. Fee.il. SraTTHE STOaUSB WAXUIOCW !y ojr mi AiJEBil AN SECUBJTY AND TMUT COM FAWY. A T BBlTTOsr. Freatdastt. VI est alile lUtetWh uet, tartweeu L and M. Will be oosw to raoaiva Furattare. Car nage. htlTarware, Brio-a brae, 8Uary. Wlae.Troahs oi Clotblag. aaaTvaAaata of all kiao oa lUoraaa, Auajsat IS. s8M. f irnarate IiP aaa; Coasgssliaaaat. SptvciaTfaulUtfae for Storaa of aVlvta-ware, 7g gf au BejacsssBsr raiafwlrr Faakail aMow TS-osuyAi tMefctyaotoM littai Hslia fJatkal 9WVi MtjL faH ig&QUHttot- 0)isWMd tt t7S street .rtlsassT General ataaaga . ViJisanss ttso'X- J. WUXLUf UUC Wni-tissjisr to lasirr Lea's SMF4-V.J.W, trssrt fltflttvi 41 HrBsMs) yw s.w. ratSrSfts4 TaUt VsOTtOUKSVa-TQat VtU SOW MJPtJBmVt TW WOsJLD. Ovx40hai been put buoUs) baathtttUt Istga ia t aabligtuo us Um laat two jaars by a Satsoatas laxisBafly bsssUahaet- fclfi' aaa&ss for the WoftthiiigwssVaaB) Fuawtug Waihtn ery Also eau-iJ aoiuJiUjiB4Ttaoer. A luice tuck uf Kniues and Bollors. Fume hb4 Eleiktora u bud Wartriiffi: niu '.UU1 lo luoS Sc.ec. l siroit 6 J.. t Elieumafcism, BEING duo to the presence of uric arid i n i he Wood , Is most effectually cured hv tho tie of Ayer's Sursarm" rllln. Bo nro you get Ayrt's awl no other, and take It Mil the poisomma aclit Is thoroughly expelled from tn system. TTe crrallewB attention to tlrta testimony : "Aiwnt two yenrs tfO, after nffeTinj ffr nearly tiro yesffS front rrrewwrttro gout, heinn ah8 fo walk only with it rtiirf,mfort, antt imvtng trtetl various remedies, Including mineral waters, without relief, 1 saw by an advert!' mi nt In a Chicago paper that a man hatl been reltevwl of this distressing com plaint, after long snflering, by taking; Ayet'S Sr8nrfltft. I then decided to malte a trial of this metlfcine, and took It retrnlarly for eight months, and am pleased to state that It has effected a complete enre. I have since had no re turn ot the disease." Mrs. it. Irving Dodge, 110 West 180th St., ITew York. "One year I was taken ill with Inflammatory rhenraatlsm, ljeintj con fined to my honse six months. I eamo ont of the sickness very ranch debili tated, with no appetite, ami my system disordered In every war. I commenced nuinn Ayet's Sarsaparilla and bea-an to improve at once, gaining in strength and soon recovering my nsnal health. I cannot say too tnnch in praise of this well-known medicine." Mrs. L-. A. Stark, Nashua, N. II. Ayer's Sarsaparilla, rnsrARED bt Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Price $1 i six bottles, 85. 'Worth a bottle WANTED II KLr. AdtirtlHnunti vntltT Ul AMtf, fmrlinftcr ut, 16 emit fer era InrHi: K) eentr ftr lnt. WANTED-A rtOY TO STAY IN STOVR and tin store. Apply at 1117 llth st n w. tt "rANTBI)-WOMEN COOKS. I0 to 3: tV thambermnldr, nurses and lnundree. In city or away; waller, driver or farm hands colored Men cooks. SAU'L A. COOMBS, ngg F t n w. SjSt ANTED - MIDDLE A f K D W II I T K wnmsn. oxnerleneed In care of little children; wllllnu to leavo cltyi references ro qnireil gat" Wa'hlngion rimle. tMt WANTFD-WH1TE OIItL AS CIIAMIlBIt maid aad nurse; must hare reference. M6Kstn w. 5j WANTED-I MMKD 1AT ELY-WHITE clrl ns lanndrcss and chamtiermalil for a family of 4i references required. Apply at 181 1 Mam ato after 1 pm. 5,3t "W: ANTED-OOOD DHIVBIt tWIIITB) AT MADBH' IIOTEI , SO st nnd Pa UT6. 5, It rANTFD-LADY FOIt PSIt.MANKNT tt ro'ltlonj experience not necessary, but good references required: salary, $9 per week. Apply Id am. WISth st n w. Silt rANTED-SETTLED WHITE WOMAN for genera1 housework! good wage miut bring references and stay nights. Call at S10W st n e. 5,M WANTED-HOY AUOUT 17 YKAItS OLD to attend to and drlre a horse. Apply 839 Mass a en w. 4.SI "W ANTED-A OOOD PLAIN COOK: TO slav nights. Anply at 107 1 st n w s.at WANTID-bllOK DHL.MMEK ON COM mls!on;exrer1need road hoo sales man to carry a lull line of medium priced shoes for an established, reliable sboe manu facturer, nore but ext-erienoetlmanot abil ity need arply. Addre, statingn-tperlence, territory rovereil and references. HOOT ANII MIOE M'rotO.ltoston.Mass. aul.1t w ANTED-WOMAN TO COOK AND DO rrreral lM)Uewrk. (IWIItnw I st v MNTKD-FIItST-CLASS L'OL'D COtlt. i washer ami troner: must come well recommended. Apply at lXKMIth st, oorN t sc. 4.st WANTED-rOLOIIBD WOMAN, tlOOD cook and laundress, to goto Ohio. An Ply 11 H late. M w ANTED-WAITEI18 AT NAVYYAHD Exchange, luosthstse ut "VrANTED-A HEAD PANTKY MAN IN A Y hotel. 1110 loth st n w. auUt -ISTANTED-A WHITE (IIKL FON OBN VV eral housework In a small family, roan, wife and boy 8 years old; German pre ferred; to the right party a pleasant home and good wage assured. Apply at No. 1008 O st n w. WANTEDUY A OOOD COLOHRD LUN dress, washing and Ironing to do at borne; references given. Apply 1819 N II ut. AN ABLE ADVEHTI8INO, INBUltANCE. Safe, Lightning-rod-or hook Agent, or HtTorter. of great. savolr falre, for literary work. Large salary. Write London X Bart ford l,nb.Co..N. Y. W.1NTUI1 SITUATIONS. A7ANTED-BYBB8PECTABLECOLOHKD t girl a situation as chambermaid or nurse; references. Call or address 141 L st u w. 3,tt WANTED-I1Y COL1HED GIRL. HITUA V tton as chambermaid or nurse; willing to leave the city: best of teferenoes. Call tor 3 days at 1181 80th st B w. 5,Jt y ANTED-BY COLOHBD GIKL. PLACE to cook: no was hi bc. AnolrtoM M. Mlethstae. s.St ArANTED-BY KBbPECTABLE COL'D girl a place as chambermaid or nurse; city references Call or address 1128 K st bw. Mt W rANTBD-BY KBal'BCTABLK WHITE Ptrl a situatloa a shamberDwia or boateKorkerlaa nrirate faaailT Call or address SUN stsw. Vt "WANTBD-BY SETTLBD COL'D WOMAN a pi see as cook; eaa lurnUb good city references. Call or addres 1814 Wtb st nw. yt ArANTKD-ANY AL'THOK CLBKGY- 1 Y maa la need of a steaographer vr haviat Mb8 to revise or proof to aorrect address C, 14ee Conoraa t. 4.1t w rANTBD-ASl'sBFULMAIDTO LA DIBS r bv an Kaitliik twraoa ur to take care of cblkrtn; gwd needla woman; speaks rTeavb X S..IUH1MBHIW. AV 7ANTBD-klTUATIttI AT HOitSS i hfelB2. one wao hasdoae llrerv nork. nrdaratAEd the hnslaess: sUrajiier la town. jUldress POWNKY. tale oc l W ANTED-BY A BK1QHT. HONBsiT BOY of 18. pUee la real estate or aay other i flice; rite good bead, quick aad wil lag: (an give relreuce il teqaired. Address AKXIOl'ti. this omen. 4j WJ ANTED BY YUCKQ MAN HAVING sii&ie lima from ether haslnes. coos mercuu or oases wora iswai ui pm Address AMBITION. Ibis oaioe. 4 U IVANTKU- KOOMS. -7AaiTUs-BOOsf ABD BtsAHIt BOIt at AM V aast wife la the v clatty of sHaatoa )aare. Aiklriu DMCGUI8T. cor ath st aad Has ave a e '-St UMNTKHWISiUKLLAMtOUM. AiHtrttimnmtll tuussr this as mi.fmtr litut or fats, 85 6s ftr ew binrfssa: M ssass star tasss. "NV fANTBD 8TB NOG BAP U BBS AMD i ttnawrllers to rest machlnas fur learning or practice to increase speed; terms reasonable, write for naxtleabsrs OaU. B. gaUFFXKT. 18 s HotUiiay t. xtaaiasote, a Mt -17ANTBD-AGlX)llTfNAllT BOS FINE suite of boosb. furnished or unfur xdahed. light bout at toping allowed. Call " 814 54 at aw. 6J: A NY PBB80N ANXIOU8 TO DlaPOoB xV -'l a guust stooad baa4 Piano at reasou able prUe my Bud a purchaser by addrass uf ... inw mivm rABTKP-H4fflU' FLAT OF WAU II usgua aaaapnes aeoa to Box 81. Tahmaa. D lagtoo SaM prl as and where au W V. J ArAiTBI-HOBsB TO PA8TUKB Al 1 Geaaral Baala's fans at IS sar uuut bast of Baajwra. raxuiiac VWWr aasl pleui ' shade, with careful altsajjina Xajsig to . Sauaaaar. E lUlfttflii st v i re, or at the fans- TeJsyaoa call. A W DShUOBUI MOQHi. lli Msfs owsr, good asasratog laavloeaaJ ur ciaa laitft.irssibj, tk INkgf aWLUMN for tau at loviaM to tM-olajswutii'-Ajly to WWUM IjrKWsM. tU lu i BolJsto. or FaUBE aUUlBX aw UT 4.iHt MttVVU. IOsS-Oal WVDAV WSSJHJOM O.N vlu 4 ttiw, AtiuucUoaof stbUaalB Y' poohetbonk. nmtalalng suas uf asouus -1 9ffi uxenu reward pia it uttiat rut- drugsurc ath t and N j.ic F.'ll rils atuBatlNo A lOUU -hi' fKIJillc 0uti l t v. . Ji L JtN' L a nm kfnt notsiw Adtrrnmtmri mnrr cnu hMXf, fmramor kn, SB ctntt fer ont innrtHm; SB sWW M n. tfOR REWT-tRFi RNIMSB. isyave,ns TiitaMe f8 141! ft st n w, r ill Wil Conn are, 15 n no 88 nth st e . 1 rs MOOS !Jlntll, tSn i08 jams n si n w, nr n" lis ieo tttb st a . 11 ft WO K87Ustn.ll m iT4SFstaw, mat 7RI4 811 B w, 14 WBfSJ -'iflrsyettemtmiSfs SISBstn w, IBrs.... 88 58 uroj hapin ft n w, 1S , m niTaTen,l7rs 70 00 roi ltth st n w.li fs 88 67 IMSSMhttnw. nn 68 86 IMS O st n w. Il rt ft StSfBlllyer Place, 11 rt SB 08 MlSJtstn w, II rs 8000 1480 Ntn w, 10 rt 08 80 tlttststne, 9rs 80 00 1M4 i. 1 1 n w, JO t WV K4!Nstnw,Srs SO 00 ""TSstnw.Wf S000 !Stnw,rO SO0O MSstn w, fS , 80 00 1404 Houghton St,r. 90 00 !ft MoncMon M.I rt.... 9009 lsiiWggsriacsjlrs soon insswstnw.lrs..... 90 00 11 OKthstB w. r. t'VSO 114lTthStn w.7 rt oo 1408thMnst,9n 4809 S13Srrt,7r 400 ISSilSthstn w.trs WOO 84IS 14th t n w. r 40 00 in7thtn w, straaH dw 85 00 JPOBtJst nw.Jrs Mm N458thnn w.9 rs joi KJ 18th st B w. 5 n 9000 181& N T are. 5 r? , 80 oo tesfi roth st n w. rs oo IWMhsttiff.Jn xs 00 1581SHh stn w, 8 W 88 00 1014 88th stn W. 6 85 00 14WSIU aven w,7rs 88 00 SISBst s W,8r x ro ISM 4 st s TP. 6 rs 1809 1801 91st stn w,8 rs.n The above bones can be examined by per altfrom our offlee only. THOMAS J. FIStlEIt CO , , 1884 F St. n w. J Toil RENT-TWO BHAND NEW 8IX . room frame houses, high and dry loca tion; near churches and public school In Unloc'.o-vn. Inquire of A.llEUIlEND, M81I st n w FOlt 11HNT ItOOMS. tifrrttm(t tmiTr MU Aeat, fmr Hotter lot, 86 Hntt ftr ent intnUen: 50 eimtfor tArtt. F Oil DENT-NICELY FUItNISHED Iloams. with or without bosnl: hmm ramfnrts: terms moderate. Mrs. M. C GItlFFITU'S, s w ror ith and II sts n w. ,1t F on nENT-.i on 4 iiooms on an floor, Willi uscof bath; nlcelrand comnletelr turolsbed for housekeeping. 118 P st n w. 5,St JfOn RKNT-NICELY FUnNISHED FltONT ? rooms In private family, with or without :ard. 1811 llth st nw. 5St IJOR nENT-8D FLOOR, OVER WUITE : 8ct!ng Machine Office, 187 9th st n w. Apply In store. Mt FOR ItENT-1186 13TII STN W. FURNISH'D and ur furnished rooms in beautiful new house, oor Mass ave and lth st. 3, It I TOR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED PAR ? lor bedreom near the Pension Office. tt O st n w. 5j FR 1IENT-S1IOOMS ON 3D FLOOR, IN A new house and In a good location. 8017 list nw. 4,M F OR RENT-FURNISHED ROOM; FOR gentlemen onlr: suitable fc.r two: low rent. K71 1 st n w. 4,t F OR HENT-LAHOE. PLEASANT FHONF . (ijiii. ,u,,'ii, ui nniuiHIMR.lt in ()ll vato family; all conveniences 1135 5th st n w. Ltt I70R HKNT-918 tlTII 8T N W. IIEVUTI . fully fnrnlsheil and nomtortable seoiind story room-, with strictly first class board summer rates l st IT"OR DENT-COOL FURNISHED ROOMS ' on first floor, with boant. 718 loth st n w. i.1t IpOlt nENT-LAKGE FURNISHED SJC ' ond story front room: southern exposure: gas and bath; J10 per month. 1 109 Corcoran st n w 4 Jt 17011 I1BNT-.1 UNFURNISHED ROOMS: I gas and water. 3C8 D st n e. Capital lllll. 4,St T70R RENT-FURNI8IIED ROOMS FOR I' gentlemen; second and third Hoors. 1081 St h st n w 4,Jt TIANDSOME FURNI8IIBD ROOMS. EN IJ suite or single, at the Uueklngham, Ssa) lith st n w. overlooking MoPbersoa iuare. Choice table. FUK S.r.r AND ItKNT. T EAL BSTATE BULLETIN THOMAS E. WAoIiAMAN, 917 F street. Change made Wednesdays and Saturdays, S hTORY QUICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR SALE. SlRIstnw, bh,ml.ir 11400 ion 1Mb t n w, b h, m I. Mrs IUe 9U70stB w. bh. ml.lOrs SAO llSHSthstnw.bb, 9 rs SifO aa Indiana ave n w, bh, 9 rs 7,800 18K9 Mass ave a w, f b.Srs 7JM 1481 Boundary t Bw.fb, 8 rs 7.1CO Sblstaw, bh, u rs tjeo Ksethstaw. bb.mi.8M 4,ra :aMlaadtU?tbstBW, bh,8rs 4.8f 3S! K st B W, b h. 10 r JJXO ltlhN JaveBW.f b.9 r ... S.0to lIl83Stbstnw.bb.8r 10 Alley between lt aad W, M aad N st nw. b b.Srs 1JO0 8-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSH8 FOB SALE. 638Bts w. bb. 18 rs fesjvfl 818 to 080 Md ave w, b h. 4 r laDU0 lOstsw, bb.7ra tJHX) 1114 and 1118 8th st w, b b, 7 rs. aad 1 f hrear COM 408 aad 408 llth st w. b h, m I, 9t.... SJCO 889 13) st s w. b h, 8 r SAO 44 .iBd 4S S Capital stsw.f b,8r.... tm 548aad34IMstsw.fb.4rs XJB0 448 1 tw,bb,5r 1.W0 940tsw,f b,5r 1.568 lfapltolallys w.bb.Srs 1.484 1088 8 Cap st. b b. 5 r 1J9S 566 alley bet U aad 11,9th tail HU Ms sw.f h.7rs l.KO Alley bet 41 aad 8th. H aad I st s w, 4 rs tea UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR HALE. 0 t. bet N Cap and 1st siea w S4JM Va ave aad th t a w x.K A st, bet 14tb aad Uth suae LSff IMhst, betECapaadAstsse U Pa ave. bet 8th aad 7th tus a Mw 1Mb st, bet E aad F sss a w I 8 w vorSdaad Lstsa e 81 7th st above Oraat ave a w 88 Mouat Plaaaaat 48 Brouklaad at HOUiE8 FOR KENT. PtaVT tanBtaiiVtk The Malt by." N J ave aad B tt- Part of lUSHstaw, Hrs 888888 SS52 P st a w. 18 M. I BJf 8888 MCstaw, r 888B TnMhstaw.Ur 88 m 1714 13th staw.sSr 88 88 WkUhuaw, Hh 8ft 08 &ixjifiw,tH mm 588 Slstst aw. partly Jar, 89 r Sf& Ml tftta st a w. 10 n 95 818 N J aveaw.Sn 9JSISIBW.I8N . 1888 Coreurag at a w, ti w. M8Qtaw.9r.. .-. . 1818 Coreoraa t a w. It -1481 norida ave a w. 8 r.. l F ave a w, s r 714 jlatst BW, 7 117 at T ave a w. 7 r. . . 1388Bisgataw,8M-. LOAMsL Ia saas to salt at 8 par seat. baUsisa. avaad oa the tat aad tsta. t iTVagoamam. assssSBSXSJBBBSBBSBSBBCS Si!9SSaStSBESSSBSSB rOK SALK MIUKLLANHOUS. VtssxaT8J8tssBasafl MAbJsjsT CAil ftatfjll. JeMaT saiaaWf yT IbpsWi St lasafttsf iW dsjtff smWaVsatoH SO tssMatat JagaT Saaafstata TJtOBSALB-CBBAF-OKE FIBE FAMILY V bay hoika, 5 ycar old. will giiaraataa V bay horu Sim psriectJy i sound aau gtuiia cgii at o. sct th aad O U, West . TJOK SUL-&ieXU. BTAJL U-latCK. 17 ansad fgfHfre t TM-fcr1. aiaaoia&aly sag fact coastUioB. Addnsssor ady astA at ssv W. V-assWKML DAWW, 844UBT. & RAMIY, SUMO. TTf. Loaao. Beats, nd Uuuta&ik. VM 1J9J F bTEEET N W IsMssr ktettjsU Millibar tt HileMlUCtsSn atjk HrgAiaintav AJI hssWl WSsM sBSjsaasBessas sbbbjbbsbsjssj sssxfasasa aj9Bal rort Ai.n- tiorrw. Xirtwwssswewni muttr Otu hsooT, fmrnim er less, St emfti ftr on tnrtrnm: 90 evittt tm fxrtt. TjSortf ED SALE OF BE I. ESTATB. J' DO TOU WANT A AP That fine old honYestesM, 8WI Q st n , cofnprl-lng nearly 80(00 feet of rrornid n1 aw-rnig the most tlellgbtfnl elevations In uenrgetown, Jill be so'd at a ssterlnce If fnennon. Ttrnis can be made tjfac tory: bnt Ihe pvoterty must le siM J "no Key at r. C H. iSckltng's otoVe. High st. oenrgelown. Write to ., L O JOHnHOS, 4,tf WcTmrtstflie, v. yam salb-a baroain it sotp at L1 on ee; story and twsement nrtelt bmise; t rooms and bath; all mod Imps; situate t JVo. 498 1 st n w; rtee841ts. ternis one third cash, balance I. 9 andl years. Apply toFJtAirt.19HUFTT.190irstBW. feW FR 8ALE-1N ALEXANDRIA, 8 ROOM frame bonse, hist flnlsblng; aydrant tn yard ; lot ISxIlt; snag borne; prtoe, J800 Ap Btt to ROBERT J. THOMAS, Room No , 618 1511 hst y R SALE-THRBE OF THE CHEAPEST hoiwes In Washlneton. 108. 108 and 1 16 lit n st n e; iwo-etory ann mseeraom, orosrn tone trlnmslnirs; 7 moms and tmtb: electrle belts and gat: price, a,9no each, jsrni oaIi balance M suit or trade for good lots. r-;. . . r . . I . , . ' . . COt'NTItY ItOAKI) fiSXCRt.I.ENT COVTTRT BOARD FOR ill abont six persons; plenth of milk and excellent water; price $4 per week; cWMren half price. Address W. 7.. ORRESB. Claras berg. Montgomery County. Md. 7,.1t fPWO DEAIRAHLE SD FLOOR ROOMS vacant at nam House, near station ami 90 miles Irom Washington; good shade: excel lent water. Address Mrs. h. v. UAnnis. Pnrcellvllle, Lomlonn Connty, V. l.st LCK'UST LAWN-SUMMER IrnARDINfl hone; fruit, milk, Ai , In profusion; table unsurpassed; very large lawn, with anabun dart e of shade; no small children taken Ad litest FRANK KF.Pr, Hoyd's, Mil. 4, It SOUNTHY BOARD-S4 A WEEK AT A farmer's table on the summit of the Bine Ige, Va , for August ami September. In quire of CHASE ROYS 081 F st n w. Room 10. 4,tU BLUBMOl'NTAtN HOUSE. FOOT OFDLUE Ridge Mountains; grand scenery; roads; shady walks; good water; abuudaneeot toe, milk, chicken, vegetables, Ao : large parlor, home comforts. Mrs. 3. II. v, ATBHS, SnloK ersvllle. Va. 4.0t 1'EIISONAI.. Art9rtlinnlltMKtrr tkLt Sjiaif. fHrUn6r tut, X emit for cm lnnrttent: 50 nU ftr torn. Ctrl WILL RE PAID FOR GOVERNMENT COW position paying SWOper month. Lou l.laraAl referetce. ROLAND WILSON. 13 ft Charles st. New Orleans, La. 5,lt WILL KIND HEARTED GENTLEMAN assist young lady to position; she Is Without funds nr friends and a stranger. Ad dres 1'OVEltTY, this oalco. Mt VTOW 18 THE TIME. WE WILL PAY JLv "big money" for gents' flrst-cJass see-ond-hArd elothulg. Address or mil at JHSTH'B OLD STAND. 019 D St. n. W. 1'ItOrOSAM, PROPOSALS FOR DUILDINO I109PITAL Office of A. A q. M., Washington IMr racks.D C.,Atigustl,18W. Sealeil proposals. In triplicate, will be received at thisolOoe until 11 o'clock a.m. on AUUU8T 30, lS90,and tten publicly opened thereat, for construc tion of a Uric k Hospital at this post. Bids for tie building, for the heating and for the plumbing will be submitted separately. Illds for the Smead sys tem of beating and ven'llallng, or Its equal, are also sous ht In Addition to those for the system laid down In the plans ami areclfleatlons. In addition to bids for the Construetlon of the extetlor walls In preesed brick bids are requested for their oonstmo Hon In sand brick to be coated with three coats of good paint. Plans, spcuirlontloes, general Instructions to bidders and forms of proposals can be obtained at this office by responsible parties. The United Stales re serves the right to reject any and all bids. I nveloyes mu-t be market! "Proposals for Ho'pllal CiBstrucilon," and addressed to t ONSTANTINE CHASE. First Lieutenant and It. Q. M. Third Artillery, A. A. J, M. siirl-St KDUCATIUN.IL. Tt T IBS AIKEN'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Stamford, Conn. Established In 1885. Prepare for aoiiette, travel and bone. The method by wbleb the mental faculties are e.luetd will be foaad In the second edition of Miss Aiken's pam phlet on "Cooeenlrat,! Attantiea," aow ready, ror sale at Brentaao's, iUakMSaare, New York. TVTESLEYAN ACADEMY. Wllbraham,Ma. Oae of the halfdaaea beat aasilemlg at elaasteal seheet la New Baglaad. The pay meet of HI a advance will aever ordinary tuition, with board, for fall term, begiaaiag AUOUlrT 87. Send for catalogue to REV. G. M.STRBLB, Principal. rXADVIiaETHBOLOatCAL SCHOOL, MeadTtlle, Pa. Educate for tbeChrtotlaa Ministry. Hoaaa rest aad tatt hw free. An aatraaea fee of 98 for gas, heat aad eare of room. AH axr'ain moderate. TermbegiagSBPTBMBBR. Address REV. A. A. UYERMOKB, D. V-, P sWeat. MeadvtHa, Pa, T)EXTLBY SCHOOL FORBOY8. m Madlsoa vv.. near 8th at.. New York City. BaotwM at ahovo nitdiaal OQTOsiBK 1, m. WUtrna MsW. A. B. (HaidWPB laaJ. Asbseea aatu Ifiilinihiir w j8a, Far Btwkaway. L. J. Y-atBHI'T !YlirTYs )islrVtts8.TiaB Tan BsBomihgiB, fhW m,?m ISsmtS t MBBsgfUlM 1StHpfS l 99109 Wtsi-S VtlilllWL I yWULS 9M&m fOat VaMas. Aatvga. $ngs Laka. . T, Xrtdtjtf. &mt SO? CsgVUssVMWsSaW .immmm w U6US ftaTIllssT aaaaava xs sarts tps" w,ssasssa t 9ST asffSPrasssia' W -- asUasmAismasi 4aJawwJ slrsasT aftsnaaasT mA YsBasamBT IggggggU xPSsSBwassaasaaaj aasaasafsssp arastP Qgayitsj qPBfSSr SvBarg tSW PMaMZatt iOsI ftsm sasaMt sttlgl.fJgggggBV. SMsJaaahfeiAfh pjseaa"sar -- s psaaaaasse spefjsjaisp fjrvsnnT me48a' wpaa1 aaaaaaaaagaaai aBsr K. H. thg pMtidKBt r nkO? E B-BA'OU,). fsM ht laaHOh Kit t8H8J4. Bl'NDY COIt'B OF UEEDsj BOat ALL ana TwrrtkiruM, ae ia. aie.. ogav xaaasaa aaassxl Aanksas AVCTIO SlI-M T( 1 IFf F, PARR '. ' , Anctl .nccr 190 r n e n w WWT AND 000 TWB1WT TniRD STRBBT 1TOllTit1 W KT By virtue cf a decree of the npreme forrrt of the rnstri t of i oinmiiia issrl on .tniy si. isp. In equity cause ISO 1208. doetet No 1 , I will sell st inbllc ancilcn, in front of the riemlf" n THURSDAY, At OUJT FOtJR TFENT11, ivoo, at riALFPrT FOfR O t tot K P M , lot numhsred nine (to M fhnrpllear and Spalding's recorded suMI viicn of lots lettered "A" and "B" la De anghan's recorded snbdltls'on of orlglnat hit numbered one (1), tn square number forty three 141) This ground is improved by a substantial two story brb honse In good repair. Is a corner lot and Is very delrable In every sray. either for a honse, lnestmef, or specula Hon. Also ON TBR SAMS D VT AND DATE AT lUtF PAST FIVE OCLTX'K P. ., In front of the prenrler, I will sell at nnbllo auction pert of tot numbered fourteen (14) In square numbered seventy two (7, begin nlng for the same on Twenty first street west tbrrty-rrmr (94i feet from the northeast cor ner of said lot nnmliered fourteen Uliand rut sing thence sonth on ld Twenty flrst street nineteen (IS) feet and ix (8) Irenes, thenee wetat right angle with said Twentv first Sreet one hundred (loflilfeet and five (S) Cbes, more or le. the denth of aht lut, thence north on the west line of said lot numbered foartecn (II) nineteen W) feet and six (S) inches, thenee east In a straight line tn the place of beginning. Tbl ground Is Improved by an old Frame lloii-c. In tenantanle repair The Lot Is rnrttrnlarly valnabie.ln a desirable looMlon. with a recently-opened alley In the rear and with all municipal Improvements. W Ith I ot 9. In qnare 48, Is an arptrtenant right lo the free ne of and right of way over the alley In the rear of ihe said Lot Both Houses are under rent aad are yield ing an excellent return Terms of sale One third of the purchase money In eas h, the balance in one and two veers, evidenced by the promissory t otes of the purchaser and secured by first mortgage or deed of trust on the property soul. D terred payment to bear Interest a the rate ti Brer cent per annum until peM. Terms of sale to be compiled with within tea dars from the day ot sale, otherwise the trustee will reselt nt the rlk and cost of the default leg purchaser, after public notice, tn his dts cretlen, A deposit of 9950 on each lot will be required when the property la sold. All ronxeyamlng and title examining to be at the cost of the purchaser. The premises may be Inspected upon application to the trustee or the auctioneers. THOMAS M. FIELDS, Trustee, No. 311 D st. n, w, s n gf st . Washing! on, I) . C. nmrcATiON.ir.. rUMBRIDGB SCHOOL MARGARET WINTHHOP HALL, Csmbrldge, Mat. English, Classieal and Elect It Courses for GUIs. Home comforts ami foetal anttiratioa. Building and furniture new. No erewtlm;. Applicants mrtst he over II. Address) MR. ARTHUR OILMAN, Cambridge, Mas. QT. LUKE'S" SCHOOL, llustletcn, near rhtladelpMa, P. A high-class school. BxceptJooallybealtb fill location. Delightful surroundings. Dotagr good work. Prepare for any college ot busi ness. Boys sent this year to Yale, Harvard and Princeton. gpecwlerotrotwierboy. Number limited. CHARLES It STMOUT. Principal. T INDEX SEMINARY. Lltlts, Pa. AMboolforyotUMsnrl and young ladle, atlitlta, Laaatr Cooaty.Pa. tttb year. A af e, eemfortable Mbool home; thorough method; oareful oversight of thelodirWiMl pupil; ad vaaeed eoor of study; very pl hat loeat lo! steam heated, j per year. nOsBMAKYHAIX. 0.DI.SO AND DAY SCHQOt. FOR YOUNG UDIJW, WaUisgford, Com. Agadeaale asd preparatory eoans. frieeipels, MI8B LAN NG aad MIS RUUTZ RBBsl. CbiMbum term laglw OCTOBER 3, For eatalogae address SOsBMAKY MALL, QXFORD lOUo; COLLE43B FOR YOON4J LADlEi, Oxford. Ohio. Famous CiaasisAl aad Ftalshtag jsahoot. 88 fasshstv. 18 MBtleau. The Alasa Mater of Mr. Prastdant llarrbtoo- Coaervtory of Music aad Art. Xarofaau Yasntlsa par . Rxnr.FAYEWALKaJE. Preatdaat. Yn10T ACABBMY. ONE or THE BEarT IN NEW EMQLANB. Stailaais as every aollege bt Now Baglaad. Athotoaoh preparattaa. PlnM-ahu faotli tle ta jtagttsa- Baihtlawsw,larisa4 traaiH. Lahoralarte. Origin iium aad all faellltfaa, Ahss) iaa)haf 7efa mgiigeasa. Asmfeag YBWHsKT AOAtMMtY, SxtM Biver.Yt. TXTAhBUJtiTtW ssSaaKS"flBjfsi99jajB 8V W Vi )8swyBBa) s AMaW kmb nf0 , la.lnufl.in til itnil.fc Ulk wmr nrV 1 Istruciiun thucoBgh. farm ssodtrat Addie the prtaa- pal MIMA E TUUMAk jya.iawBi SIMMIX KKAsOKTsi. Long Beach Hotel, "Oat thaAUaatto. Oady 86 HUM troas mm Tort. roun uxwxrr smmL tin ssthM eat of Long Iwacst- Hmuifn, aaiftag aad ishtar ia the has aadooaaau asgaaaaeaB B sBssat" " "ss saji ejagsasar spibsssw UMM T. OSVIlMs sidniLD mm i !, Hotel IfeHirifton, rKHStJggrark and Kvw Bathjag BibUt mmn "jTur iauuud iiawthhw, illsjgrjsja, 4 lfesWH.UhX&Owoet4hf ynfted SUtf Hotel, LOMas let 8 aWal LAJJKD YAH CL47, Fw)tior. TR5MIIR HOUfS, CATbVUX JAOL'UtTAIXS iuu ., fur if,tui I'USIH TKSIPSK 1 -IM UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION ver a Million DISTEIBuTEu. La. S. L Louisiana State Loltery Co. IncoTporated by the LestlsTatnre for cilnra twnal and charitable purposes, ami its Iran chlse matte a part of the present Mate con stitution, tn 1879, by aa ovgawnatatiw rmrr UK VOTE. Its GRAND BXTRAORirtNARr DRAW 1NOS take place Mfat-AnBttaflF Unne and December), aad Its ORAND SINGLE NUM BRR DRAWINT48 tale place In eaoh of the other ten months In the year, and are all drawn In public, at the Academy ot Music. New Orleans, La. "We do hereby certify that we snpervi.e the arrangements for alt the Monthly and "eml-Annaal Drawings of tbeLonlstaea tatt Lottery Co., and In person maaaae and rn trol the drsmtngs themvelves, aad that tho rasse are eondneted with honesty, falrnes and In good faith toward all parties, and wo authorise the company to use this certificate with fao similes of our signatures attacbul, a Its advertisements." Jbf$ t'emttilssloners. We the nodeTsleaed bank aad banters will pay an prises drawn IB theLonl-iara State Lotteries bleb may be preeented at our counters: R. M. WALMBLBY, Pres't La. Nat. Bank P. LANAl'X, Pres't Ute Nat. Bank A. BALDWIN, Pres't N. O. Nat Bank. t'AHL K01IN. Pres't Union Nat. Bank rawing WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE New Orleans, TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1890. 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