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THE DAILY CTUT1C. SATURDAY EVENING, AUM ST 0, 1890.
AT THE CAPITOL llnR V NTS TO APPLY TUB G.VQ ttVLE IN Tim SENATE .( fuss his mm fge mil He Realizes It Grot. Item a kw in Any Olher Way. FOGtitt AND REEETS MUTDAL HATE. 'Re Indian Appropriation Bill ia the House Tariff in the Senate. Other Proceedings. Mr Hoar offered a resolution In the Scnnte thla morning intended to shorten debate on the tariff and other metwutes, which may lead to a prolonged debate, Ly the Incorporation of n mild "pteviotis question" rule In tho rules of the Sen ate. It was referred to the Committee en Rules. The Tariff bill was thon taken un. TUB RESOLUTION. Mr, Hoar's resolution Is as follows' Mttoltal, That tho rules of tho Senate be amended by adding the following: When any bill or resolution shall have been under consideration for a reasonable time It shall be In onler for any Senator to demand that debato thereon be closed. If such demand bo seconded by a majority of the Senators present the question shall forthwith be taken thereon without further debate, and the pending measure shall take pre cedence of all other business what ever. If the Senate shall decide to close debate the question should be put upon the pending amendments, upon amendments of which notlco shall than bo given and upon tho meas ure In Its successive stngos, according to tho rules of tho Senate, but without further debate, ex cept that every Sonator who may doslro shall be permitted to speak upon tho measure not mora than once and not exceeding thirty minutes. After such demand shall bavo been made by any Senator no othor motion shall bo In order until tho sama shall have been voted upon bv the Senate, unless tho same shall full to be sec onded. After tho Senato shall bavo decided to close debato no motion shall bo In order but a motion to adjourn, or to take a recess, when such motions shall tc icconded by a majority of tho Sen ate. When either of such motions shall bavo been lost, or shall have failed of n second, It shall not bo In order to renew the snmu until ono t-enntor shall have spokon upon tho pending measure, or ono voto upon the tame shall have intervened. Ptnator Hoar realises at last that hU wretched Force bill cannot pass unless the rules be changed. Hence this reso lution Tiic Senate adjourned ai 3 p. m. In the Home. A quorum of tho Uoute was only secured this morning by proceeding under o call of the House. After the Journal was read Major Ma KInley moved (by unanimous consent) the passage of a Joint resolution accept ing from the G. A. It. a statue of don era! V S.Grant. Carried. The Speaker then said the question was upon the resolution of tho Com mlttco on Utiles to move a non-concurrence in tho Senate amendments to the Indian Appropriation bill. Mr. Enioe rose to a question of privilege, but the Speaker declined to recognize him on the ground that a vote was in progress. Mr. Ilogers made the point that no name haubeen called and therefore no vcte was In progress. The Speaker ovorruled the point on the ground that the voto had been taken yesterday and bad disclosed the absence cf a quorum. The Indian Appropriation bill was then taken up. JUDGE IULKY. SENATOR SHERMAN IB SOT OFPOiBD TO 1113 CONFIRMATION, The report in the i'e this morning that Senator Sherman bad bad action irstponed on the nomination of Juc? Villiain O Riley of VlrgWa to be consul at Puerto Cobello, Venezuela, and intended to fleht bis con f rmation Is without foundation. Sen ator Sherman himself dented it to day in the most emphatic ttrirs. He had sot, he said, at any time oppo- d Jude Riley's confirmation and d 4 sot Inteml to du so. So far from itiat Seaator Herman said that he would be gUd to see Judge Riley confirmed. There appears to be sotse malleiou? person or persons hamuli Bg Jmle Riley became he is net possessed of a superabundance of worldly wealth, It is a contemptible btMi&ese and should tp NO RECESS NEXT W1BK. TBOgE WHO WANT TO MAY SO TO BOS TON MB. MOBSB IX TUB OKAIK. Representative Mom of Maeeeebu fctts will, it appears, bereeogsUatl after a t to move hU reeoluikw for the H'use to take a wees from Monday rest until Thursday, aad frost that day to the following Monday. Tab may 1 c dce this afternoon or on Monday. it is thuught th molutkm will fall of c 1 ption, but that all who want to at tind the Encampment of the Grand Army at Boston will he given Have cf absence to enable then to i In so Thla will unquestionable Have the House without a quo r i ji from Monday till Thursday, acil will render It exceedingly prob lematical whether there will be a quo rum present at any time next week. No legislation, therefore, to which there ia e trie us objection can pees the House rtxt week The Speaker recognized Mr. Matte's growing iesuenee in she Home Vy i aiiistr blm to the chair for a ttae yea today Mr. Morse acquitted hhn st t as presiding oUVcer wish ilc steadineaa of a legJaLoiva vetera. 'Yt bile Mr Morse was la the cheix Us. 1 annua moved to Uhe up the Inula Aivit.prUUon MIL The uuMtfcM of i.idjaUon wg railed. Mi. Boomcs t Arks&aag voted in she aJUnia t -'c ui.d inunediiOttly moved to l ruuLr the vote. The iaataat . .utr Reed, who waj in the lobby L'bcdooaopnn, heacd Mr- Vmhw i c u. tune he proaaptly steppedltao , . ..all and xeauoted the ga,seL M i ulcod wade the point L. & t, "bbjbj flBsBHHHBt Waji i k. j JBfMggBBi m& WbW lajNMBBte Lc vieaher in hht dryeet lose. i U t.r appealed, but the appeal - - l .d by the Chair. Tue la ,:L which the Speaker dues .. U. Kugers U at timm eiujua VIGOROUSLY lENOIrNCED. ntstrtetI)mrntEpreTrierselV(' Regnrtltngr the PSree Mil. At the last HweHns; of the Central imocrtlc Cofimntee, on motion of Mr. Bernard Kllmartln, the folhmlinr vigorous and denttwclatory rwolntfows of the Force bill were wltyptetl: Vbereis this District was mutt the ex psthwntal grmmfl for the test of wro sf frtjt ly U"1 RepnNtrsti psrty, whleii lwrls Htmt action h sppsrently (d ftom the ttieworl of every one cowwctert With Its namrement; be ft thererbre Jlrxihed, Tht we cull the attention of NepnMtctn members of Gtmtytm to the fset that the negro rote In the capital of the Nation Is STippremeA; tlwt this anonta lotts condition of affairs In a republic foflwled npon nnlverssl snftrnire iloei n t remit from a Sonthem ontrsfe, but from law proposed by a Republican, nsssed by a Ctmgrees Repnblk'sn In both brsnchw, fiml Mgneil by a Repnbllean PretMent; that the reaeon given for pseslng sshl lsw was that the nesjoes hstl so abneed the ballot that they hl proven themelves unfit for ltse, ml the only remedy for the evils resnltlna; therefrom wss the desperste one of depriving the whole eonrmnnlty from any participation In Its government; that the tokmn jndgment then rendered by Ke pnMirsns has never been reversed, and In Mrniich as no efTort has been mails this ses sion to restore the suffrage In the District of Columbia, 11 mart be considered as the present Judgment of the leaders of that party. iffwrfred. That the uo of troops at elec tions has alwaj-s been related by Kngltab epeahlng nations; Is abhorrent to a free people, and renders almost Inevitable con flicts between eltUens and soldiery; ttie people of Washington should not have for gotten the murder of law abiding cltliens who were shot down at the polls at a muni cipal election year ago, by United States troops unneeessarlly called out, when the civil authorities were amply able to main tain order. Tho Incident referred to In tho last paragraph was published In full In Tiik Critic of July 80, last, In tho form of a memorial scut to Congress thirty yoars ago by a number of prominent citizens, and which told tho story dramatically and completely. OFFICIOUS OFFICER TRAMMELL Arrests n Mnn on five Kxcecitlngty frivolous Chnrcen, Ofllccr Trammell evidently has It In for one of Ids neighbors named Arthur Talks. Ho had him In the Pol lee Court to day on five distinct charges, Includ ing profanity, playing biseball, break ing windows, throwing missies and dis orderly conduct. Judge 31111s said that not a single one of the charges had been sustained by proof, and lie dismissed them nil. Ho cautioned the olllcer to bronk up ball playing on vacant lots and thorough fares. Youthful UlRhwnTKien, Richard Roll, ono of thoCniTicnows boys, was held up and robbed by three Juvenile blghwaymon on tho corner of Twelfth and H streets yosterdav after noon. The boys, with stones In their hnmls, approached young Rell and under threats of violence compelled him to give up his purse containing his pennies and nickols. Hill went to tho llrtt policeman he met and reported the robbery to him. Shortly after ward the oltlcer arrested tho boys and took them to the First Precinct station. They gavo tho mimes of William Clark, William Gordon, John Ilutler and Ed ward Fisher. In tho Police Court this afternoon Rutlcr was dismissed and Jmlee Mills sent tho three others to the Reform School. L'oluuiblu'a Duramen Uo Away. The Columbia Athletic Club eight left this morning for Worcester, Mass., to tako part In the national regatta on Lake Qulnilgamond next week. It Is thought that they will give the Brad fords and Atalantas a good race, but will not win. Thoy will return nest Saturday and keep in practice for the Statcn Island regatta on September I, when they meet the Potomac eight. A Uutclier X'lneil lor Sunday Selllnc, Charles Talks, the keeper of a butcher shop at No. 3001 Eleventh street, was tried on two charges in the Police Court this morning. Ono was that of selling tainted meat and the other for keeping his place of business open on Sunday. The first charge was dismissed as there was evidence to show that the meat was good because several persons had eaten it. Judge Mills, however, lined Talks 90 for having his btore open on Sunday. Tlie Trust Able to Stand It. Fort Wayne, Ind , Aug. 9. The large wheel factory, formerly belonging to ex Congressman J B. White, of this city, but now controlled by the Ameri can Wheel Trust, wai totally destroyed by fire last night. The loss is estimated at $175,000, with $52,000 Insurance. The origin of the fire is sol known. About 300 men are thrown out of em ployment. Otticer Dyer on Trial Officer Dyer, who shot at Charles Giay when the latter was endeavoring to escape, was on trial in the Peiiee Court to-day on a charge of assault and battery. The ease was dismissed. - Female Inmates llu.t llreak Itueka Louisviixb, Kv., Aug. 9. The Board of Charity Cowalsaionere have adopted a resolution that woeaea at the workhouse shall he compelled to work breaking rocks. Nultlier becurlly Was UaU, 6U -V.ui York Mar. She was a forlorn specimen, the woman who Saturday had an un quenchable thirst and pushed her way into a Warren street hat room. ''Say, bite biased to the proprietor, who at once canse forward anu motioned her to go away, "give we a ive cent drink of whieky, and, by the powers, I'll say you to-morrow. You won't! Well, bad luck to you Here, you can have this good book for security," and she behl out a copy of the Bible. "No, no," exclaimed the saloon keeper Impatiently, "you go home," and he took her irmly by the shoulders and tumhed her to the door. "Bad luck to you," she re pealed bitterly, "you must he a heed sinner not to take my wotd or the Word of God for five cenie' worth at the devil's drink." A ObMk r Wlsiltim. muMmtkmmmU. A hlnch Hmn sanstsssng 1st hojhl ss&snf against a anew bnnfc wauM hf a sssMgr lmUU& jEOnT ft Xemte tinAA KOtmBml If llmt iUfflni fUCItstaMt ft SMflfll aMde lift ilMtMMK -- mi ilntuHslemiHr. MmiM 4ns mm jmefls itamnas. Mies Int Jht yog winjaajiit theee cornet' Cler k Vauatty . r you ate not en gaged, are youf in i .i j i iiMiii.iiim aIny aV MAJmifl WgiTst "'.H.ft1' ItH." WftU bttl UUisfl bc tksftkMT, Ffiur ftm w'ir Vmi4 ttfci poolft Ufti But leoamt rlaiii nniM ta MIW we kaoV U wants little of everjthlng. rmM. 1JC ff 4m9NnjisVCfta Mrs. vtu.i' nuuintsg nynjp should aJ be unl lui UUbn t thine: IX tuecho a. aJU iK-rittiO Uui kuom. Cajr aUy..i., vUJMmrLuJlcoik, audaie the best rawed j lot iiitbiA. 94s. a bwtUe. GAVE UP VIVISECTION. AN OBlEtJT LESIrM WITH S&ND-BA68 FOR A FRfiSS YOuJfft DOCTOR, Terrible. Kxfletlenee or nn InretlenHne I'liyslelan YTIth an Intllgnnnt Unnrt of Jlntkeil Cltlren. fYtm tke CMcat . "I ws ow a vlviewtlourst, hut I re formed, or, If yott nwtlrcnl gentlemen who belUfve In It prefer the term, I gave It up several years ago ami have no de sire to remtme my Investigations," re marked Dr. 8. K. Wilson of Kentucky to several fellow practitioners at the Richelieu a few evenings ago. "While practicing I lived In a New England town. I was young and zeal ous in the cause, and It was not long before every one within the limits of the county knew of me as a man who tor tured live animals to death, and whit little practice I had I lost In conse quence. But I had some means, and remained at the village until the occur rence of tho episode which I am about to relate. "I had been In receipt of many threat ening letters Informing me that unless I ceased my ctuel pleasure I would be driven away. But at the letters I laughed, and to the remonstrances of the prominent citizens of the village I turned a deaf car. "One ultch dark nlelit. bavins; occa sion to visit tho drug store, I was met on my return by live stalwart Individ uals whoso faces, owing to' the dark ness, I could not sec, I was asked If my name was Dr. Wilson, and upon re plying In the affirmative I was eeized, hound and flung into a wagon. "After a half hour's ride we halted by a big barn, inside of which I was carried. A couple of lanterns were lit, under ono of which I was stood, while under the other my captors, now masked, grouped themselves. After a moment's silence one of them In n dis guised voice said: " 'Dr. Wilson, wo have long hoard of you as a vlvlcctlonlst. You pursue your investigations In order, you say, to discover, by observing the suffering of one ordor of animals (sufferings caused by you) tho means for relieving another order. Wo think your reasoning sound. " "We are a gBng of sand-baggors who make our living on tho highway. Wc do not wish to hill, but wo desire to so silence our prey as to enable us to escape era he shall be ablo to glvo the alarm. To always do this necessitates n knowledge of Just how hard a blow ia required to relieve ono of his senses. " 'Of course wc might learn In due time from experience In our profession, of which I might say wo nre new mom hers; but that would he unwise for two reasons: Wc might at first bit so hard ns to kill, or we might not hit hard enough to knock our man senseless, and a light blow would only cause him to yell an alarm. " Neither risk do we care to tako. So we have concluded to become, like you, disciples of vivisection In onler that we may be able to savo tho Uvea of others and preserve ourselves from capture at the same time. Wo believe that you will appreciate our worthy purpose and In behalf of humanity make no resistance, though, wore you to do so, no good would result, for we are far from any house. " 'What we Intend to do Is to pound you on tho head with n sandbag gently at llrtt, but gradually Increas ing the strength of the blows until you have been knocked Insensible.' "I gazed at the group with feellnes of terror," Dr. Wilson continued. "I did not believe them to be In earnest. But when each roan drew from his pocket a sandbag and look a position within arm's reach of where I stood trembling, I realized my danger and re monstrated, pleaded, begged, but to no purpose." " 'What we do Is for the benefit of humanity,' the spokesman replied with a horrible grin. As he did so he struck me on the head with his sandbag just bard enough to break roy hat. The roan next him struck me hard enough to make roe wince, tho next a little harder, tho next still harder, while tho fifth stnick me so hard my teeth rattled. "I screamed for help and In return rceived a thump from the spokesman and a heavier one from the second and eo on. I stood it until three rounds had been made and then fell on my knees and Immediately after received a blow that knocked me senseless. "Whether I was bit again I do not know, I wag revived by a bucket of water being flung in my face. Awl then, heavens' will I ever forget itf I was made to stand up while the five repeated the experiment, in order, the spoketman said, that the lesson might be more firmly Impressed upon me. "la vain I begged. I swore to re nouce my practice of vivisection, to leave town, but they laughed at me and Ugan to rain blows upon my head, increasing their strength more slowly than before, thus prolonging ny terrible agony. "Unable to stand the pain I fell on the ground and feigned Insensibility, but one of them, thrusting a lighted watch before my eyes, caused me to open them, whereupon down came the blows again until once more 1 was uneon bclows. "Thie time when I came to I was atone. Day was breaking. Pinned to my coat was a paper on which was printed in pencil 'Von have sworn to renounce your devilish work and to leave town. Do so.' And," the doctor concluded, "1 did so without a day's dewy or a feeling of regret" Muale for the 1'aeple. The Marin Band Concert will reader the following excellent programme at the White House Grounds at 3.-W o'clock thia afternoon: March "Sarnie to Sew Yerh". Uumore Gounod's music to "Jeanne JfAm." Cornet nolo, "Caprice de Con cert." ..Hartma Mr. Wuham tuonrurtlr issjsf nerve JHjnm of'the'lmWan kv Ttw Visional pyff , .j, jiennei TJtsfrtrtive Fantasia. An itPtmile m a solver's hie, or recol loci me of the war, fwtinftJuHwg the cass at ghf'. riffline nre, the he$s sing "Annie T iserts " the enemy sweninti a urprit, the battle, the tetuia to camp, Vm band heard in the dtlsinpe. gradually 4wtug neater, "the Vacant Chair," a dream of "slome, jlwost Home," (sruinmer's eU, the morning gun, she reveille, the anvW, 'Hikjry Hallelujah,'' MHpeon'f call, stable call, teeahfaat ia. tat call for guard, inewMy of nua)Ni mtnmi, fce the color, htnHs snti Itmtlsi, me t and drum corps, tv yygjjL roast feeef dinner celt, "Umtehmg Theougb tieorgta," the mamas aunent sua, aimi concert- "fhe Mtwhina' ptirj." tttttoift, "The hsme, Vr fine, """"' ' " Marehrtert" . .. .Wasner Kaiiosal air "maW, Cvdumbm". Fyke A Wtt t PtJM (Aaf (Hsi$Mtitmtl tffit When a new suburban addition! laid iff nmeasWr that the President of the 1 cited States and hie numeruus huutchvld Uiual bs kt in uSUit jriv-ud Bet. I .ru4iis PROTESTS AGAIKST FDRCE. A Clrfftn Who Wmtltt Irrr MH1 Iw to tho l.Mt 1M1I. Trim Amrricm WWff The following letter, In iesWM to e-wr recent article (.Inly T) m M Force Mil, Is Interesting, mmm ft thflows mmn s'de lights on the me, ir889 ami the polltfottl sttwtttlwi In " that many Northern nwB do not appreciate- 1 wish to thank you for yotit article W th Aninrnn (irorrr Of IMS Week C rBe Forre Mil. I m a Virginian; was whipped a rt1. erll enough, and wallowed m the dttst of nmntliation and defeat, was robbed and op pressed by the lMe armv of carpet-bathers snd srslswagt; am paying tastes to sehool nfgrtwn, aiw to me It looks strange thst we cannot ttmply be let alone. The one bright spot was When Virginia was .Military District No. 1, ami the United States Army officers would not plunder ns or permit us to be plnndered. For one. t dresd the thieves backed nn by the power of the t nlted States, bnt I think the Forre bill gun will shoot as far behind as It will before. We are prospering s a people, snd there arc now "several Tears eood steaHntr vet" In all the Southern States (In the Isngmte of a South Carolina Itepnbllcan leader), but my Idea is that they will And It hard to re allre on anything now except tli offices pettalnlng to the United States, wbleh may be all that Is wanted, We can, at least, lorce mmi law as a lesser evil. This is the kind of Protection that pro tects. Yonrs truly, p. When an American cltlen deliber ately chooses martial law as a lesser evil than the mlc of politicians, It Is an Illustration of the evils they experi enced from carpet bac politicians work ing with the Ignoranf and vicious ele ment among the negroes. The truth and sincerity of the letter Is evident from the writer's frank admission that the United States Army officers would not themselves plumlcr nor permit others to plunder Wc do not believe that the people of the North wish to treat the people of the South other than they would wish to be treated if they themselves were left in the midst of a large, Ignorant colored population. The exigencies of partisan politics may evolve propositions like the Force bill, bnt, as stated by our correspondent, "tho Force hill gun will shoot as hord behind as It will before," and, we think, a good deal harder for the great majority of tho people of tho United States arc not willing to Inaugurate martial law In a peaceable ami pros perous community twonty-flvo years after the close of tho war. This Is not the Republicanism of Lincoln and Grant and Garfield; Unltn Natural. ftcm M Fort Worth (.cliftU. J. Flrcaway Fornker holds firmly the opinion that "we have reached a point in the progress of time and events when It is our duty to cease looklne tack ward." Considering the romarkahly dull thud which Colonel Foraker met with some months ago, it Is not to be wondered at that he Is so loath to "look backward." Ironlcnl HlKtilllcance. rem fu.k. De Sutc Where (ltd you get your clothes, Harry? Harrv Saltator's. Hut why do you askT He only does a cash business. mat t led .mo Died. lUarrico LYtW-WJilOllTOn Angust 1. JfiO, at tho reildence of W. V. Mason, In t'rlaee William County. Va.. by Kev. Mr. Turner, Frank Ljon. ei . of Richmond. Va.. and Mils Georisle liars Wrlebt of Nashville, Tenn. Died. IIOCK.-Ob Thursday. Aurnst 7, 10. Mary M. Hock, agttl M Tsars and -M dars. Funeral will take place from St. Domlnla's Church on fennday at i-J0 p. m. Sl'KCIAr. MtTlUB. tSST-fsOTKCT YOUB6EI.VE8 AOAIS3T l5 TYPHOID AND MALAKIAL FEVEKB. The Alvaret Disinfectant Company U pre pared to fumigate asd disinfect all premise Invaded bv typhoid and othr malignant and contagious furs Ask Tour druggist or groeer for the ALVA llKZcLobKTAND CBStiPOOL IHSlNFBCr ANT. Trice, 50o. and 31 per box. For fur ther information ac dress the Company, at 98 Ft n w auS.tm KSr-WnY NOT HAVE YOUR SniRTS -x-' made by one of the moat celebrated eattns In America! Prieea same as thoe third-rate cutters charge. P. T. HALL, 008 ? stn v. nSSyTEMI'OHAHY OFFICE OF THE & WASHINGTON LOAN AND THUST COMPANY, loot F street n.w. CAHTAI. Jl,0CO,CO0. This eompasy Issues certlacatea of dapoalt bearine Intarett a follow: Oa all amouuu depofted for BUaty day or more, but lw than six moBth. S ir cent per annum; Si pr emit on dapo! for taore than six HuwtM. but lew than a yaaraadt percent, on deposit of oee yar or longer. Secured laTestmeeu for sale. W. STH0BI4ON. See. B. H. WARNEH, Pie. DIHBCTOHS: Charles U. Bailey, (eerge F. Sehafar, James L. Harbour, Joba A HaBUlUm, aeoree B. Uartol, Thomas SosaarvUle, Riehard W. Clay, Jobs A. Swop. Horace S Cuaailsa, J. 8. hwofuntwlt. J.J.DaruArtoe, Hattenlay W. Taluott, Jobs Joy Xdsos, George Trwa4eU. Iharle J. Fauliuer. B. H. W'araer, AlWrt F. Fox, A. A. WOaoe, O. C Gro, L. D Wtee. Wailaw B. Gurley, S. W. Woodnwd. Jobs B. Lamar, Ctuu. Baal. WUklaaee, A. S. Wortktoeloa. ITHK StTOKABX WAXJIkHMJaS AMSWCAN SKCUK1TY ASB TKOST COM PANY, A. T. BRtTTOK. Fveatdael, West stile FUteeeUi atreet, betweas L aed M. W4U be open to receive Ferattare, Car wSal'TrualY of ciuthljut. and ilualo all iklad on Moraee. Amput IS, leS. i leeaaa tree yompaniaaaii hctUtW for Status ofswerware. fi?anfiecritUaB CarefaDv Packed aae Moved without trouble to owner. The oaly Absolutely Fireproof Batbtiae In the city act owned by the OoTematnit Bar ias paaa door. Terms aad feU lafonoatlou obtataed at OAee American Security and Truss Uoopaay. VO$ 6 street Burtbweat ALBERT V. KsUU. beaeral Maaaeer, Wareaoaae Dep't. f -t' AiwoU is Waakuutoa for TBB WHrfTtBR BUIVATOK THE MJUT BLBVATOJt DC TUB WOttU). 0Mrhae been pet luuiUe beat buHd fasee ie naaktMtoa is the but two year by a. Bstrsnsfy nrnespt ty htmlsheii also lor tte WurtWnu Wtmm ?j jarw. a.uo uaBBBvai -"""""' ry. Alaoekismral A Utrstf itiiMffjr ftOtor4HaM sk&4 - eUaw isf Tiyvrf vw aUnsW Wazeroosas IrumlOMw Halt lee seek sueet WHl.wwit fjy dk. wtuTB. cwmmmw. MUtf Fettea. T.,opuo5w Wjiufs tkl Lt i&d bon wltvM&m Wmm torn yra sjUMcjMbbM Hftf M ssfiR sJsH 33fcW ivitf eaTOaHiaUt&Jl! &? rTrniiirTBBtB BTmwniiiB ww""- 8aflH saes"ip m vtNtpsNPsslnnwl iisssw FKJtlKLIK IJCsil KAJtCsS CO, CAPITA!. AKD ItVHPLUa. lawga. Ha- Bever toBJeated a luas by BM.but atwaj vwwfi aau. uoertu aujutUMSU- im B Clarke, uraa't. Gems X. Lamuc. viae-preat. CearU b ra4iy, twa..L Bet. e rue, wst y, UJ P. Soteler. i !i jn.-r.1ju KSLUUg, LADCW1 JUUMBsa Msr Mr. kUCaBen j Udw only bat 4Es Mfjaet truie mmiiifa t-axet la tbe oity iv aa aee her sew attAPoa BlaacBing a MoU. 9tla ajid. Suit koi alUrcJ U '. ;. iftdtta uro unrd.l &tct..lM.l MWUUv 1 W SITCIAT TtOTICm. 3 WILLIAM LKR (Sftcrewor f o TTnry l tNDl tARBl. WJPA.A t l. W, Sorith MS. Branch rHB, ins Wm snd it . WAWTBdMULI. A4mt1rmttt Mjm f1Wr Unfter s, SB tfsnfs flof iStw ttNswneH,' W wsHS rSf Wfs, YtfANTftD-j ArRrrTcte;5HJff come Y well rrromwendwl JOHN R, RUBHL- 1NU. 1 ithtntnrRods and gieetrte Works, lfs I'a tttf n w ant, It W ASTRrt- SRI'. LSD WOMAN fOROBN I eral hon'cWrrk In fatstlv of S:mst star niehts and have rood refrtetw. Apply !0t T n w ,re W,' AKTKTlAfrtVll. 1tltT.tARt.lt mtMB9 tlo fcrrencral honsewotk fori SIO B te 91 xrA3TKn-rwor.rno!ro boy to Help 'n tl( lumlth hot. Aeply CHARLSB HEITMt'l 1 RR, 1SST lh St n W 9 H rASTRD-WMtTB OlRt. FOR LtClMP nonewtiTR ins lamiiy o' -,; nrni iv nith'.o oerman ptergrreu. iw ntn .it rANTBD-COMMl9tOS AND MA3U i fartnrfni' anmts to aceeM Stfttn ammr f n I reptetent onr aoronnts of German Ca lineies; exptrlenee and referem rwinlred Addres 9. T. MOtK CO , Mllwankce. Wl Mt V.rANTKD-COMPBTBXT WOMAN TO Y cook and assln In renersl work In small family Apply at 1S) B st a w. 9,Jt rANTED-01RI, 16 OR 1? YKRS OID, TT wnnn or coiotcti. inonirc ii .ra. ntin OBH.Snnthtnw. ,lt rANTRD-WOMAN TO COOK. W81t and Iron, mnt Hay at nleht and brine rcferfrr Apply IStT Corroran H 9,-tt TrAHTKD-EHtAN W'lM AN FOR OEI eral housework i none bnt tboochAVImt best of reference needarptyat WlPstnw. B,8t WANTED - IMMEDIATELY -A RF.Lt able white man with oxcellent refer ences to sleep at offlee bnlldlnr and work around ame: Rood references absolutely es entlwl. Ajplyatiescst nw. Mt WANTED-1M.MEDIATELY-A DOY TO feed prlntlnpprcs;mostbcexrerlenceil ami willing to work. Apply at 108 0 st n w. stt WANTED-HERMAN DOT AllOUT It years old to help In rettiranti room, board and smalt salary to right party. Call at swol Uth tw St w ANTE D-2 CARPENTERS FOR INSIDE finlshln? App'yrtllBthstnw R,St WANTED-A 81NOLK (1IHI. TO COIK ard do renrral housework! references required It ' lortd; to stay at night?. 9CH itli st n w. 8 st w AiNTED-aOOD COOK-81 17TII ST N w: reff rerets rcrinlrexl 8 It "WANTED-IIIU MON.Y 8ELI.1NO OUR machine for printing advertising Mgns; wot wonderlnl device ever produced; pit entedjells to every merchant: sp'endM em niciTment: stendr vorK aiii; .siAurAi,- 1 U It IN( co.iiaclne. wis. I St WANTED-COI ORKD WOMAN AS WAtT ress and chambermaid In a mall fam ily: must be tbonurhly competent and be well recommended. Apply toWSlMh st n w Mt ITTANTED-EXPERIENCED WHITE Cook t for a larollj ol I, no washing. Apply atSlSGthst nw ,tt i TANTED-WIIITE SBTTLED WOMAN I to tlo rook Ins and aeneral honsework: good n sgt': rnunt tny n jthts and have go xl refcrene Applr at :r8lwhtnw. H.tt "MN ED-A TIIOHOVOIILY CtMPE- tent ursctotakp entire charge of an Inlant. Atply. alter i 80 p m.at stKI'st n w. T It rANTKD-MAN AND WIFE TO TAKE V ihareenf Dairy. . miles from H.iund ary, at It. It. station, with good wage to flrst class parties. Atldreis iAKMEH, this office. " yt w. ANTED - HFSPKCTA11LK GBIIMXN Girl to Cook: irnut have flrst elas rf- trences: stay at tights. P C.OAKDKV.C3I Estp rat WANTED - SALBKMAN - AN BNSH- gc tie man to punh our manafacttira on this ground. One of our agents earned lAV In t-0. Addres I. O. llox 1371. New York. 7St lArANTED-A WHITE C.IRL FOR OBN- etal Houiework In a family of four. APP1V 4Mi st n W. T St "WANTBH AN INOI'STIIIOVH COLORED i r hoy, about IS or ltl, for the llouno. Also a good conk, willing to do light wash and stay at eight. IK ml st n w. 7-lt I y ANTED-A RE8PBCTADLK WOMAN for general toUHiwork: small family. Call be.ween 9 aid 10 a. tn., ltKW HaOlson t n w. 7-St "T,rANrED-AN EXPERIENCED SALKS lady in a fancy potion and worsted store; ref erroeea requited. Inquire tug 7th t nw 6jt irANTED-A::WHlT8 QIHL FOR CHAM V ber and general Itousawork for small family, references rkiiulred. Call atWiDtli it u wor tiarth st nw tilt K N AHLBtADVERTlbtNa, INSURANCE, . Safe, LigbtBlng rod or Hook A rant, or Reporter, of great .twvolr fatre, for utarary work. Irge salary. Write London & Hart ford Pnb Co.. N. Y. WAMBII-MTUATHIN9. AV 'ANTED-BY KKSPBCTABLK COL'D elrl. situation as nureeor ekamBermald lurritate lamilv. Call atfiWT st. betsth and 7th n w 9,!t A rANTED-BY HKTTLHD WOMAN. First i class took, a Dlace with nrivata family gttod rerrem Call at Jull Lata w 9,3t fANTKD-BY MIDDLB-AGBD WHITE woman, a place to cook is private fain- liy. lBte 9;St AV 7ANTED-UY OUNO LADV, POsilTION t a comDaaloa or aovaraaa to taach EuglUh sb4 BMUie. Addre A- K-,tbU of 8.tt Vi AJiTtD BY AKBbPBCTABLK COL'D alrL a ulaccto do saacral bousawork. bo wathiag or ironing, good referees. Call atW3Hhm S.K AV JANTSD- BY A fcCOTCHMAN, WTDA- tlon a laidtor. UBderstaed ateaw heat In it, plumbing and rarpeatry, can glva secur My ALEX WATKtN IS 1 l AV MNTU-bY KEfcPKlTABLE COLD i woasaa . a Dlaea a cook or to do lanwral busaewotk is small family goud refaree' ti. Aprlv 'o itilthtn w . AY fAVTBR-BYrA RESPECTABLE COL I urd mas. a ulaie aa eook or to do aan- ertal koeaework in a uiall family: asod ref snisis Applyat Uttllthstn w. Tit T AkTED-WI V ATUt TO WAIT ON t J riyaie family w u km and raid man ttr is grocery sture Addres 1-1 i Dl a w S to. WAIHTKll-lIOCSIib. AV r A1.TED-H MJitrHKD BOlkl FOB tae wiair:Kiui aava as uhjh o uwpui ruoai. net tee i eraB room, awusss, woe BMve aud lull i artleelar. F a Bex Met. W Ctitr P t.5t WAKTKI1 KUOM1. AV rAkTkD-FuK LADY AkTIbT. TUD0 i or fuinlched asartmest coiitaalvat U) tMiutM Art Stfcool Atld,ree. wili par tiueiar. B B. BLACBWBLL, kaietiackat PotvBice. Martha Vineyard. Mas ; refer earn entumgtd. s.tt - T AkTBB-BY A LA D -eM FORT ABLE fill uiihtd room, betwees SUt aud 14th, F and E ata n w price ut to exceed fit). IA- drea M T A.thloSie tSt I in mi II. -t-Iiuhi Jm iljwim.jmjm waxn;uiihOKi.L.i tuivn. A'isisenlnsajMiCr asatsr C4M AaaAJeer ttaseer Uu, m tmtt for CM inMrftua. S0 CrtUs tar Urs. t ny Piitoosi ANxtoie to tNevaes XV ' a good seoood hand Piauo at reasoe- W A B- CTcrisleOalce A'Ak.TBie-U).e TO PAeTLB AT 1 1 Goral Bi-ala farm ulc mouth, ut of paatere. riuiuiug water and pkoty of eu. aua 7 l . uv, or It the farm. Teliow call. 4 VCW PsaisUttLB BUUM WITS -tea vewer, ausd eieeaAer servioe aad am . JaaifasrasdB. tn tee POeT BLUOsUBu. i t ct at lew rate te rt Uase teaajat. Altai w wmmm mvvemm. w Pot bwleMSMb or ntMMt MALIK. ueria- VMWMMiAV. AeiBir4iijeejB4 sasevsr tsas saadL jSBsrflsiiieT m'jto'mimmm.Vmtotirt5m, vrjt will b paid tJit uu sravmr J uashioB paying f tot per awntb too j.lA1 csferwt.,! IlOLAND UUS U CharU t t orlcojia Lj. iM NuW m THE TIME WB WILL FAY "big eiouuj ut iid St --" 5w J Liini .Iobitig Aidrtas -r v.l L . STlVl VLB TAAE t.9 V : W roit SAT.K OTTr!9. A s!smP!sPFTr'tr' CT le, emt for t wtsew rass , 50 0tt9 ftlf iwf fiTOf C F.D tALB OF REAL KSTATB. 1' DO TOT WANT A "SAPf That fine old homestead. Wt Q st n , romprl'lng nearly some feet of tronnd and atrrnng the mt deilgbtfnl elevations In tvenrgetown, will be sold at a KarrMf if taken oon Tstms can hr made lre tory bnt the yropetty msit He oM at otte Kef at Wr C B. Firs Hint's oAce, High st, Georgetown Write tn nng.tf lWoharaniie, va TTOR At.K A BA1WAIN IF SOLD AT 11 once; t-toty ami BasewttHft brtek lnn; 7 mwrm and bath; all mod lmp; sitnaleit at No WB I st n w; price $1,Wt tetiw one-tWrd cash, balanee i. and S years. Apply to FBANUB BUTTY. 1W1 F stn w. feKW FR ALB-1N ALEXANDRIA, R"0 frame Bonse.Jnst finishing; ardramln yarfl; lot 16x115; wag . hpme; prto, .Ap ply to ROBERT J. TlfOMAS, Room No s. Bis lMh st. TW SALK-THREK OF THE CHBAPR1T I1 houses In Washington, WB, K and 110 Uthstnej two tety and basement, brown Mone trimming! 1 rooms asm brtthjeteotrle belts and ga: price, f S.5W9 each, jwo cask balance to tnlt or trade for good lots. rtiiiim n Tito its iw. eeernwrwnw tmaer MM Seat, fssrlter Ittt, ctntt br bim hwerffnnv SO rntt AW tAtee. TpOR RENT-UNFURNIBHBD- ltlSMassave, l?nand stable fW 00 HHRttnw.lSn agg 1011 Conn arc, 16 rs 1 CO llth'tex.l'Srs 189 IW M st n w, IB rs Wo 00 lSOSllsmw, 18 rs ll leeowthstn w.llrs W9 00 KSVqstnw. 11 w 100 00 17 Pstnw.Hrs.. JC069 7U Slt n w. It m W30 00 Lafayette Sqnare, 15 rs MS J? st n w. is M 88 SS JI71thstnw, I4M 78BB 1 too chapln st n w. is rs 78 on !1ft N Y aye n w, 17rs WOO Mil lft h stn w.lSrs 9 97 IBIS ?eth st n w, 10 rs A no IMS o st n w, 11 rs 00 ase liniycr Place, 11 rs goo 14lBNstnw,ll rs 8900 nsoNstn w, 10 rs ioo siitstne, 9rs Mtffl Hit L stn w, 10 rs .... SB'iO 174Nstnw.w 50 00 swsstnw.iors WW Wis stn w. 10 m WOO 1401 &tottghton st. On SO CO !4C6Stouchtonst.B rs BO CO 1611 Itlggs Place. Srs 50 00 11417thstn w.7rs 4.00 HOC Chapln st, 9 rs -MOO 2IMPt,7r , -WOO irS!thatnw.8r ,. wno If 7th stnw. strand dwg CO 3nltnw,3r MM B08 istli st n w, 5 rs SO co liUNYste, 5rs 30 00 1W9 3(h st n w, 8 rs 3ioo IWl lothtn w, 6rs 86 00 1M1 th st n w, 8 rs SR 00 ion aeth st n w. 6 rs 88 oo isciaistetnw,8 ri Tlio above boiies can bo examined by per mit from our office only. THOMAS J. FISHER A CO., lWIFat.n. w. I?Olt ItENT TWO BRAND NEW StX X room frame houses, high ami dry loon tlon; near chnrohes ami public school In Unloctown. Inqulroof A.DEUKEND, mu stn w roit iii:nt uoo.ws. AilNTlttmnnU hthJIit thU Aeaif, fmr flas or tni, 'J8 etnti for etir lutnUen; B0 emuor thru. TJ'OH RENT- JOI D ST N W, ROOMS ON D 1 floor. lngly or en n'te, bath room and porrh on tne flour, family ot adults; refer ence" exihsngeil 9.6t FOR HENT-FI'UNISIIBD-ONK LHOK and one mall loom wdh oloteu; oen tral location MIFsrnw. It St I70H HENT-1 IltKlMS. UNFURNISHED. L su'table for light honwkeeplng. topsr t tn without children. Applyto 1919 H stnw Mt T?OR HENT-1011 IJTU hT N W. D FLOOR, . front room, with good board; bay win dow house. ii.1t 70R IIENT-J UNNL'RNISHBD COVtMUNI J' eating rooms, suitable for light bouse keeping A pply (HO L st n w H.tt I70R RE.NT-B0S N J AVE N W. UNFUR . nlshed rommunlcatlBg rooms; flrst floor; Parlor. !d and hall or part of house: private (sinllji lKime eomforts; near four line of ears. Mt IPOR RENT-ONE L.VKOK FIRST FLOOR ! three windowed room; one small com munleating room, with water: one large three windowed front room ami two large bark rooma. t WKtnw M.St COI NTKV IlOAttl). I EXCELLENT tOUNTRY BOARD FOR J about six rersons: plenth of milk and cxpelltmt water; price. $4 per weak; cldLtree half price. Addres W. Z. t.KBENX, Clarks barir. Montgomry County. Md. 7, It rtlWO DEbltiABLB ID FLOOR ROOMS 1 vacant at Harris House, near station ami BO mile from Washington; good shade; excel lent water. Add raw Mr. H. C. BARKIS. Fnrcellrllle. Loudoun County, Va. Let 10UNTRY BOAKD-H A WBBK AT A j farmer' table on the summit of tbe Blue fJT.l ia n f, ItimKt aat tuUitomhA In. Hldi OUlreoftHAfcKHOYS 1 F st u w. Huo'm 10. 4,t Bl Ll'EMOl NTA1N HOUSE. FOOT OF BLUB Hid 2e Mountains. Brand soanerv: road: shady walks, good water; abuedaaeeof loe, milk, cbleken. vegatable, Ac ; targe parlor, homa eomf otl. Mrs. J II. tt ATBKb. imiog -erTitte. Va let FOR BAI.K MISOKLLANHOUS. AlHTlltoiut4 vhJit Mis Asod, fsmr Out er Itti, 'J6 cthU (or mm iaMTtten; 60 tmtt far Ar. 170R fcALJv-btVlARE PIANO. GOOD CON I' dlllon, cost J3S0, will sell at great tacri lice, f an be saenat gajAMttn w. g.1t F H SALK-A DAYTON WAGON AND barsea. good a sew, for ; ose put lorm wagon for tat. 91tlWhMBW. a. it FK SALE-FINBLY BRED SADDLE AND Driving Horse, Are year old, good rua Bar and jumper lT5thtuw. tit F OR IsALE-OR CHARTBR Tt'O B T; also steam lauecb Jtarly ixacatiiMi tlmofo t Baltimore a. It LtPsT AND FOUND. O-. REWAHU FOR RBCOVBKY OF DOO a4u and tinlcttoaot parson who to Irish setter (Bithard) 'ov 1. Usfl, a befre advent d U naif tbe aaaal size. JOHN H. KLEHLlht.. Llgbtclng Bud and Blaetrio Wurk.lJ6Paava. au9.lt LUeT-bMALLGBBEN BMAMBLBO LACE pin, four leaf clover, with diamond ia tn. toward If UH at Mug B I aye B w. g.jt T OtT-atlieT7, WHITE sbttbriukj. 1j Mack, with black ear; had oo collar with tag No . A libera reward will It: idyu if nturced to 907 O at B w, after u m LQST-THl RbDAY. ABCM.T A M, BB nasi lltk aiul Kajul Wih aatt Its a w. lady' pucketbtK.k. coataloiua nmney papete taluvnur card Fiadcr wSl pbsaae return to WU tub l and r. alv raward m T osT-ON bl KDA Y AFTBBKOO ON TH NOMiY TO LOAN. foMBY TO LOAN ON BBAL BtTTATB OB 111 rt cue aeearttte at loweat rate of tntereit. So delay waere seoerltrU good ceaeoerltr ugoo a C. QWBfK. mi ttk t b ' MONEY TO LOAN ON OUOD SJSCUBJTY. TrTLE OO-.L-eLaey. lM1 BJAU.BVM& TO LOAN ON REAL BeWATB 1MBX1BJTY. AT 5 A FdHt CSirT. M M. FABJUUL 1lYTOULUS I. uu., leu. .Vbf1S tJJjBjoll UOIMieaJA US' UKKAetL ,') ! IIILmillUIUlSSI' '" 'II ' ii&U&L RAM BY. W-W MKBKl. HlfRRQN & RAMgY, BBALBbTATf. Luss. Best, asd lnj.rAv 5.U ,T. FslkiSl N XU st car, at juuinouui ta h w m 1 a peiketbouk 0 .Dialling a sum of money and paper Liberal re ward paid If left at P BBN TtSi' druaeture. wh t and X Y ave V.U At CTIO eiLRS IfORt.EW. ST1 KNBY.Anctloneer, sasFn tV- ALB Ot TALttABLl! 1M ffD PROPEBTT BTTCATB1J IIN t taw Avrtrc. nt the rRni ritroN OF BARmT FAMt. BV ttrtn of g certain deed of trnt re lordett inlibtrNo 1W. folio PB ft i one of the land rerwis for the Distrlrt of colnm hla, and at the rennwt of tbe party e. nrl thereby we will offer for stths In front of the prembeson HfnitDAY, THB Wit DAY OF AfonsT, at o'clock p m , the following de- f rhd re I estate stmate in the county of Washington, Dtrtrfet ot tWemM. and known and ttewrtbrd a lot wttwhered 17, in wntlon 1 of tne snbdlvl(m of Retry Farm mado by V Poiweroy, John R. Blygn and O O HoWard, tfne. , , Terms of sale: one third eaah and the bal ant-r in one m and two 1 years, with inter t t at the rate of six l) per eentnm per an num. payable tetnl ennnallr and sn-itred bf a deed of trout on tbe property M, otan (nh at the option ot the pert heer tWB itepwiitat trese of sate ah eoBTevantng and MWfttWtni at pWcheaer's eot Terms to be romntled iHthln 15 days or property Will he resold at risk and cot of defanltlegpwr- cbMt WILLIAHIftTSB. FRANK L CALnoON. anfl eod.ds.ct Trustee i. RATCUFFB, DARK CO , Anothmeer, Mi) Pa. ave. n w. CHANCERY SALB OF 1MPROVBD RBL bSTATB. LOCATBD IN THB CITT OF WAHTltiTON, BMNO PREXtSBS Ntrj. IHi TWENTY FlRgT STIIIsT JTOrrU WBWT AN6fCTWBNTT THIRD 9TRB8T NORTH WBT By ylrtne of a decree of the Snwreme Coort of the District ot Columbia peeaen em Jely ! 1"0, in eqnlty eame No. iss. doeket No Si. I will ell at public net Ion. In front of tbe premloes, on THURSDAY, At OfT FOUR TEBNTrf, 1W0, at ItALFPWT POUR O'CLOCK P W , lot nnmberrd nine (9) In t hanpilenr and Spalding's reeordetl n& rlslon of lot lettered 'A" ami "B" In De Vanehan's recorded snbdMs'on ot origlTjjtl lot numbered one (I), In qnareniimber forty three (ta). This grotmtl Is Improyed by a wtbrtantlal tyro Uiry brick hnnm In stood rentlr. Is A corner lot and Is Terr delrable In eyery way, either for a home. Investment, or spetmla tlon. Also ON THE SAME DAY AND DATE AT HALF PAST FIVE O'CLOCK T. M , In front of tbe prenrlses. 1 will sell at wtbllo auction part ot lot nnmbered fourteen til) It; tinare numbered eventy two (7. begin ning for the ame on Twenty first street wnt thirty-four (84) feet from tbe northeast cor ner of said lot nnmbered fourteen (IHaml rne nlng tbenee onth on ekl Twenty firt street nineteen (19) feet and six () Irene, thence wet at right angle with Mid Twenty-first slreet one hnntlrid (ISOtlfeet and five (5) Incite, moreor les, the dentb of hl lot, thence north on the wet line of hl lot numbered fourteen (It) nineteen (Id) feet and six () Inches, thence east In a straight line to the place of beginning. Tlil gronnil I Improved by an old Frame llmie. In tenantable repair The Lot I particularly valuable. In a desirable location, with a recently-opened alley In the rear ami With all municipal Improvements W Ith 1 ot n, in -titisre W, is an appurtenant right to the free u-c of ami right of way over the alley In the rear of thesahl Lot. Both Houses arc under rent and are yield ing an excellent return Term of sale- One third of the pnrehfte money In oasb, the balanco In one ami two rears, evidenced by the prom!Ty totes of the punibaser. ami secured by flrst mortgage or deed of trust on the nronertr sold. De ferred payments to bear Interest at tbe rate of 0 rer cent per annum entll paid. Term of sale to be compiled with within ten day from the day ot sa'e, otherwise the trusted will resell at the risk and cost of the default ing purclwer, alter public notice. In his ill cretlen, A deposit of 9US0 on each lot will be rtunlred when tbe property Is wild. AH conveyancing aBd title examining to be at the cost of the pun hacr The prwile may be Inspected upon application to tho trustee or the am ti. nicer THOMAS M. FIELDS. TriHtee. No 341 D st. n. w, sue." st. Washington. D J 1'itoi'oSAr.s. AYING AM'HALT PAVEMRNT-t -Pro-tHwals ft.r Improving Streets and Ave nnc In thef Ity ol Washington. D I'. Oflne ol the Commissioners, D O. Waihlngtoa, D. C , August 5. twitt. Pealed Propoaals will be received at this Onlre until U o eloek m on SATURDAY, Al'OL'ST 10. IMS), for Improv ing Streets and Avenue with Curb, Clutter, Mdewalks and Roadway Pavement. Hlank forms f ITopocal and Sclflcatlons can be obtained at this Ofllee upon applioatloa therefor, together with all necessary In formation, and only bids upon these form will be considered Tbe right I resorted to reject anv and all bids or part of bid. J. W. DOl-aLA", U . 1IINK, II. M. HORRKT, Coinmltwloiiers. I). O. u9tit T AYING ASniALT BLOCK PAVX.M5NTS. Prnprsal tor Improving Street and Ave B uea In tbe District of Columbia, cmcBor rmct'oiiio!iEks D. C , Wi'HiswtON. I) C.., Aug. a, law. Sealed propoal will be received at thl oflk until U o'clock m. oe SATURDAY. AUGUST SO. leSO. for Improving streets asd avenue with curb, gutteri, sWewalk and roadway pavement. Blank form of proposal and seeeliieatiae can bt obtained at thw oMoe upon apfdiea tkm tbttrefor, together with alt neoaasary te formation, ard only bid upeetkeae fores will be eooeldered. The right l rawve4 to reject any ami all bids or part of bids J.W. DOUGLASS. L Ci filNB, II M ROBERT. au6 U Commtosloaar D.C. Wilt SALE AND REST. IDEAL BaTATB BCLLBTIN THOMAS B. WAWlAMAN.lTFtrt. Cttasge made Wednesdays aa4 Saturdays, 1 IsTORY BKJCK AND FRAME UOUSBSj FOR SALE. SlBlMBW.bb.ml.Wrs Slt00 juVGatBW. bb,ml.Wr 8je MSIadlaaa ave h w, bb,r 7.SM lieWMaaaveBW,f h.Sw 7JM Hit Boundary stn w.fb.sr T.R ssiubw. bk llr . M5Whta w, bh.mi.fcr 4.7' 141SN Javea w.t b.9 r 3.0W HttthtB w.bh.Sr .... IJsV Alley between t asd U, M asd N t nw, bb.trs 1J89 3 STORY BRICK AND FVAME HOOSSsi FOB SALE. Ilia JOth t n w. f a, I r, aad t aeeea rear. 4 iswu.li Mil D st u w. f U.S M nkiuBUrmw.f k.1 1 Mte eui at a w, b a. .... 40B u.411 Rear's al6?Bw.bh. 1 r Sjm UMT aad lieJ Madtaa at b w. f it. i r. aadtbti rear Law SSI to&aidta w. bk, 9r UkW UBtVtBw.fb.N ajee Stlttdgs w.bh. r 3.SM Allr bet (U aad Ttb, L and HtUaw, fk.4 r MW UNLMPBOVaS PMOfBRTY FOR SALE. Fait lot S, X. tt. bet 1U and 17tk aU a w.BUB LU.MIUUUI1 HUHSXV u st, bet 1Mb asd 1U st n w 75 lfah u. bet K aed N t a w in Tth t. bet B and st w ITS Wk t. bet L and M m B w I SB 19th at, bet Battd Fate aw. 19 DeBbartou ave aatt BeaU at, th aad Ui git w .. . 1 sea t, Mk'HdOetsv 1 tAittVWcieiM(li'teaw. uaiuai -boh UttW. Fart ol ua H tt a w. U n. Saw F stnw. Urn, fur-. -tteiw. tin, makdtw.ut) M in isthatB w. Bn . aft fc9tbaa. llr... , 1334Con.rastBW, tfra- nis foreora at a w, 11 re- lui Florida w,li, uactBw.r m 1K.-7 a m a w. 7 r , lattBlaacstBW.sI.. . .. r T - .. IMLrtBW.ir - tBMH tS.ln. 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GRAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAW INGS) tehe place tamt-AftWMny Usat ami Deeember), Met Its GRAND StNt&K NUM BER DRAWINGS take piaee In eswk el tbe other ten month In the year, ami are all drawn In public, at the Academy of .Mnslc, New Orleans, La. "We do hereby certify that we sweervlse tbe arrangements for all the Monthly and Pemt Anneal Drawings of theLewwhMa State Lottery Co , and In person manage aad oon trol tbe drawing theiwelre. and that tbe same are conducted with honesty, lalrnes and In good faith tewaH alt partfee, ami we anthotixe the company tottte this certlBeate. with facsimile of our signatures attached, n Its advertisement." JScf, Commissioners. We the undersigned banks aad banters will pay all ptlaee drawn la the Leeblan State Lotteries which mar be pt as on led at our counters: K. M. WALM8LEY. Pres't U. Nat. Beak. I. LANAVX, Pre t Stele Nat. Beak. A. BALDWIN, Pres't N. O- Nat. Bask. CARL KOI1N. rrea't Union Nat. Beak W ILL TAKE PLACE AT THE New Orleans, TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1890. 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