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THE DAILY CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, VUGrl'sT 11, VU).
i AT THE CAPITOL W1NU DN THE ATKINSON RILL THIS AFTERNOON. CENfllCRR ARESTILLTILKIM TARIFF. Fcrou.ra!s DvtttftM to Pffkt Dm Bill Ilea Vy linn, REED AND ROGERS HATE ANOTHER SPAR. 11' re Pension Office Grrk PrtrMwl Pur, Petition of Motmt PlMbmnt Citi zens A Blaek She, The Senate met at 10 a. m. with but twenty seven Hennton present to listen to the ( linplain's opening prayer. A quotum vrag secured by 10:30, ami after the transaction of some routine btisi nesss the tariff was taken up, the pend ing question being on Mr. Plumb's r.mondment, offered Saturday, to re duce tho additional duty on iron ami steel binds used fur cotton lies from two tenths to one-tenth cent per pound. The amendment was rejected, yeas 18, nays 23. three Republicans, Inealls, Paddock and Plumb, voting with the Demo crats in the affirmative. Air. Jlcl'hereon moved to amend the raragraph by reducing tho duty on iron and steel hoops to fitly per cent, ad valorem. Tho debate wrs participated in by f-cnaiors Wilson of Iowa, Butler and Sherman In llm riotine. The journal having been read, Mr. Uogcr- rose to object to Its approval but the Spcakar recognized Jlr. Cannon to move tho previous quest'on. Mr. Cannon yielded to Mr. ltogcrs on his representation that he did not wish to waste lime, but to correct an error In the Journal. Mr. ltogcrs stated that the journal Incorrectly reported a point of order raised by him on Saturday, whon Jlr. 1'nloc was claiming the floor on a ques tion rf personal privilege. After some sparring between the Speaker and Mr. lingers, tho previous question was ordered and the Journal approved without Mr. Itogors' correc ts n. The vote stood DO to 75, the Speaker counting a quorum. The conference report on the Sundry Civil bill was then taken up. Tho House agreed on certain amend incuts and disagreed on others. An other conference was ordered. TKINSON MILL YOT8D ON. At 2 ,'0 Dr. Atkinson called up his Mil, it coming over from the las District day mi a motion to recon sider r.nd lay that motion on the tabic The motion to lay the motion to reconsider nn the table was lost, line 55 ayis, 11 three more than a tjUurum, The rill was then called on a motion to reconsider. The motion to reconsider was carried 110 to 50 the Sneaker counting a quorum. A motion to adjourn wm then mail. Metro Pension Clerks, Tho Scnato Committee on Appropria tions this morning reported the House bill providing for an increase of clerks In tho Pension oftlcc. As amended the bill provides for an Increase of 41 clerks la the Pension Bureau, 103 in the record and pension division of tho War DeDartment.lO in the Second Auditor's Office, and two In the fourth Auditor's. Total, 600. Cost. $585,257 yearly. The House bill pro vided for 080 at JrasC.OOO. Tho bill contains a provision requir ing Soldiers' Homes to cover Into the Tieasury posthumous neastoa fusds, supposed to amount to $90,000. Will l'ic-.t thoTarlirillll. In the Senate to-day Mr. Vest an nounced that the Democrats proposed to fight the Tariff bill "Item by Item and inch by inch if it took all summer." This means business. Slonut Pleasant Ultlieus' l'elltlou. Mr, Id gal Is laid before the Senate to-day a petition of citizens of Mount Pleasant, D. O., praying that the Washington and Georgetown Itullroad be required to carry puseogere te Mount Pleasant without extra charge. A BLACK SHEEP. SENT 11V HIS SHEPHERD TO MAIL AMD EXPRESS Y1SWS. Charles W. And-job, a bright col ( red mulatto of New York, cbalmaB r f the Colored Young Mob's IUnootlean ( Jub of that city, arrived her to-day to address a meeting of colored maa to be held at the G A. K. Hall lo-nlgh to Indorse the Force bill. Among tho who will be present are ItepreueaUtlve t heatharu of North Carolina, would be lucresentatlve Laugstoa oX Virginia and other leading colored mea, Gaaara' t hslmers of Mississippi, the "haro of l..rt Pillow." Dr. Purvte of PWWmW-1-lita and other prominent Republicans of radical proclivities. Mr An.lersou is an educated bur, and at home is a Member ot the local Mali of the JtU aud &cpr. As a isitIog journalist he had Use ealrofl of the pteas gallery. His pstrawo there caused a wild srosgafinti accompanied by lively hasllatge, a cvlured matt ia Use psoas gallery baiaf ftomethlng of a runt tca Navnt-tlii-lrss, it is aot uakaowa. During the Forty sis ti Congnag here were several aiipMcattoui bareol ured men for ailiataaoa to the xaUtry. iUt of tbeoi failed to fultl the s iuireuiats aal was mtumd. Osi, however, untied through O. K. and was a regular on the scsiiona oX particularly the House, during Hie sa tire long sotatoa. anotaax oatmmi wan, named Stewart, cosset to tlse hum gulkry whenever anything big ami out ufihe way occui. He nipt wants the Colored AsKs ItUd Proas. A number oX dtopsifhw cmtxmit Mr Anderson's adveat was teat to tk uut of towu aJteraooa paaes- Sam f them were rather thauM, but tbjsjr U alike served to adverttae that Mm am Kiprtu, aot to suitBjtioa th 9&mmm ,A the Auck U which adsnost ii Mkt black saea. AVa 14 Urn Jar aa. AuBty--MjjH jm Wm to luiiguages, Bobhf f Bobby 1 cu Ul lw ii.w aunty Vuucajb? VhattMkJMWr'' tunitao aa ua Pus. ii c The Urn Gets On. I . (aiulivi. Tbc Man Uet Huiutr. WILL 6ET BETTER SER.ICE. Thn XV. B. nntlrtmrt Will linn Irs Cnrs TJirhnth S MAnnt OTmmitt; Tlrt House District CommHte, on th rtrrmmeidatlon of tire District Conmlroners, having adopted th Mil to give the citizens of Mount Pleasant through transit, without change of crs or an additional far of three cents, mwrh gratification is felt in that pro gimlve commnnity at their victory In a Hnt ami eqnttabfe came Ptesldent Hurt of jne Washhvgloit ami Georgetown Ilallrnad Compahy on 8atorday addressed a letter to Hon. L P. Atkinson in which he says, that it is the Intention of the company to lay double tracks to Mount Pheasant within 0 days, and to rnn every available car on the Fowtteenth-street line to that vil lage. Tlie rails prescribed by act of Congress, lie says, are rolled by only one mill, via., the Johnson of Johns town. Pa., and that the last contract made by the company with this mill for rails was executed March 15, 1890, for delivery within sixty days. After lite lapse of nearly Are months the Com pany have just received notice from the Baltimore and Ohio Itatlroad Company of the arrival at their depot of the last three cars of rails on this contract, which have not as yet lieen unloaded. President Hurt requests that the bill may be withdrawn for the reason that tho purposes which it is Intended to serve will be fully accomplished with out II, and that the company may lie relieved fiom the restrictions Imposed thereby. TO BE INVESTIGATED, Tlio I.lodcn Steel Company Will llfl Lnnheil After by ConErcn. Further than to explatn the process through which steel plates arc manu factured by tho Linden Steol Company (which has been published), the officials of tho Navy Department ore very reticent this morning. Tho report of the steol board recently convened for tho purpose of making n thorough In vestigation of the workings of the Lin den Steel Company has been completed, but the conclusions are kept n secret. It is rumored this morning that a resolution will be Introduced In Con gress directing the Secretary of the Navy to furnish a complete report of tho operations of the Department, with special reference to the Linden Steel Company SOLDIERS OF PEACE. Vcternoff, Who Aro Wnrrlar Only In Memory, at llnnton. Boston, Aug. 11. The GrondJArmy week opened horo with busllo and ex citement. Tho weather Is cool and light overcoats aro In demand to day. Members of tho Department of Information were at their posts all night and to day, and have been of great assistance to the In coming veterans, a large delega tlon of whom arrived during the early morning hours, when the streets nbout the doriot were filled with march ing bodies. One of the tlr.rt delega lions to arrive to day was the K. B Waleott Post. To night thuy will re turn to Walden to enjoy a lawn part there. Posts have been arriving all day, and the opening to morrow Is expected to bu the grandest In tho history of the Grand Army. IteroBulitni; SlHjor Webiter's Work. Chief ClvlI-Servlce Examiner. Major "William II. Webster, has received from Governor Bulkely of Connecticut an elegantly bound volume of tho record of persons from Connecticut who served In tho Army durlnt: the Bevolutlonary War. the War of 113 and the war with Mexico. On the title page of the book, signed with the autograph of Governor Bulkely, Is the Inscription, "Presented to William II. Webster in recognition of his valuable services when chief of the old War and Navy Division of the Pension Department, in supervising the compilation from original documents of a large and very Important portion of the Individual record." Major Webster, who spent a great deal of time and labor In the compila tion of the record. Is a native of Con nectlcut and feels much gratiftod that his services have been so handsomely recognized by the Governor of that State. llrawlliif; Italians Commit Murder, KiNosTox, N. Y., Aug. 11. A party of Italians employed in the brick yard of Messrs. Washburn Bros., at Glasoow, engaged In a dance in the rear of a saloon last night. Near mW sight a quarrel ensued In which knives, stil ettoes and pistols were freely used. One of the taeu were killed and another fatally wounded. Four of the Italians engaged la the affray have made their escape. Coroser Kemble will hold an luqutst. Ad l'uirovoked Aau!t, Joha Gray, a eolored hum, committed an unprovoked assault upoa Joel B. Crawfor on Great aveaue Ut night. Gray la ksowa to be a lough eharac ler sad has frequently heea involved la affrays. He has so far succeeded ia evading arrest. An latarMllUK Trli. Every Thursday to Islaad Pork and Harpers Ferry. Xa eosifuslua or crowd. iie. Evry Ucket attUU the hoUsr to a itsarved seat. touad-trit $1. Traia Uaves B. A O. Statioa aack Tkuraday uatil 8)tiat)er 1, it 11 i. m. Saciise Mais is advaace at 619 aad 1351 Feattsyi vaaia avenue. No extra charge- Ab OU Iltakary Walkiag SMk. A venerable-looking walking stick, ascribed "Andrew Jacksoa, the friead aad defender of his country, oppoted to a bank raoaopoly, aa unjust aad ua equal tariff." te shown ia the window of , down town caady store. It bus a well-established nedigsae, having coat f rota aa aged aagio, who was Qaaarai Jackson's body servant aad who vouehad for the fact that "Old Hick oty" uead the stick whan ha was Peati dent. Twak Utai at Uta V1. MnmMvmm' Wh "tiet ahead, toy bo!" saU ah) lather, "Get rJkasa in tats waat ha, Gta aasaa to the feat aai 4a-u ana the hay took hit Ma aaataa at the ehih he phuwi wall aa4 waa, Aa4 he as4 ua a aeal to sht ssowtog, Like Uzai hut 4ttawl toa- See the girl, ihais hoa-hit to tha ar-4aa. Maw ajuMtf haai haa tto) tUSt VttogJrihaaaacaftaton, l5 iW of tlntoi ate atsi-aav haato. fnm Ms isaaaslatav Sasjtote aVtcga-irar to kha aaw4Ba Bin Mkai " rimmry aanwy a"nHs rntpn"iF BIHCS 'HI inniiiiii) vwrr Baf atoVwaattt to fOtoi Jajr Jh Ci The wuoico ol Fiji have to do all the tistiiii lLt. utco swear tu the i-lrvaU GUY'S DEFENSE ENDED. ALL TrfS TftTlMimT WILL Bl 981 MITTJI BT TO-MORROW. Wltnee Wtoi Meen! 9ii'Ksmt KMrRrtm' vrorthTntty Never IMIM (fWT a Cent Arrmld Imrtllentett. The trial of LKmWmMt Guy wt re SBwed at 1 o'wnw thh aflefftowt, It being the etovUHli Ally of the pnowerl ints. John Talty was t? Hrt" wHwss calretl. Do von know Atchison, wm fttfegil, "Yes, sir." "Atchison surd yon met him on the street and that yon offered him fTO for Lieutenant Gny; Is that sot No, sir." Colonel William P. Wood was ashed If, in one of his conversations with Arnold, that he (Arnold) had said lie had gotten Atchison to the sticking point, and that he (Atchison) would make a statement before Colonel Bobert? "I think he said so," replied witness. John MeKenaie testified to knowing ex Lieutenant Arnold and Sergeant Bur gress; several times he (witness) had seen Arnold come In front of Burgess' house and signal him, and Burgess would come out and they would walk up Eleventh street together. John Umbly bad also seen ex-Lieutenant Arnold and Sergeant Btinress sev eral times together within the last sis weeks. John Leslie had seen Lieutenant Aruold meet Burgess twice. tub DBFBNsnnBSTKn iikrk, Mr. Claughton saying that he wished the record In the case of Lieutenant Arnold to be filed with the proceedings. Clerk Sylvester of Police Headquar ters was recalled by District Attorney Haelton. Ho was shown a communi cation written by Lieutenant Arnold to Major Dye, recommending Sereeant Burgess for promotion, and In which he says that Sereeant Burgess was "one of tho most Intelllcent, Industrious and fearless officers on the force." '!Is that paper on record In the Police Department?" was asked witness. "Yes, sir." Edwin Forrest, stenographer, testi fied that the testimony exhibited of the Arnold trial was the same that he had reported. B. II. Uatnshaw wnscnllsd by Mr. Hazcllon; he resides at 1031 31 street south oast, and Is a grocer: had been living there since 1918. Burgees, he said, bore AS GOOD A CHARACTRIl as any gentleman he knew; had never heard any one speak against his truth and veracity. James A. Kemp testified to being the short hand reporter who took the testl mony In the shurlaml case, tried De cember ill, ISM; the testimony, es peclally that of Maddox, was shown to and Identified by witneM. B. J. Barnslmw, Hour and feed dealer, had known Sergeant Burgess since 1870; his reputation for truth ami ver acity Is good; had heard Messrs. llyan and Pyles and others speak of Burgess as a good man. Undertaker Gawler had known Ser geant Burgess for ten years and had never heard anything spoken against him. Ile(Burgess) owed him a bill and paid It. Shortly after 3 o'clock au adjourn ment was taken until 10 o'clock to morrow morning. District Attorney Haxelton's rebuttal testimony ami the arguments will be concluded to-morrow, after which the ease will be sub mitted. THE BABIES OF TOEWORLD. The Cradle ir a Hincle Year Would Jlnelrole the I'urtli. Fif tk4 St. LbhU JitpuiH,: It has been computed that between 36,000,000 and 37,000,000 babies are born In the world each year. The rate of production is, therefore, about sev enty per minute, more titan one for every beat of the clock. With the one-a-mlnute calculation every newspaper reader Is familiar, but It is not every one who stops to calculate what this means when it comes to a year's supply. It will, therefore, probably startle a good many persons to rind oa the au thority of a well-known hospital writer that could the Infants of a year be ranged in a line In cradles, the cradles would be overflowing ami at the same time extend around the globe. The same writer looks at the matter in a still more picturesque light. He Imagines the babies being carried past a given point in their mothers' arms, oue by one, and the processtoa being kept up night and day until the last corner In the twelfth month bad passed by. A sufficiently liberal rate is allowed, but even going pest at the rate of twenty a udnute the reviewer at his poet would only have seen the sixth part of this in fantile host after they had beea passing at the rate of 1,300 an hour during the cadre year' In other words, the babe that bad to be carried when the tramp bgaa would be able to walk when but a mara fraction of its eosaradas had reached the reviewer's post, aad when the year's supply of ha hint was drawiag to a etoea thate would he a rear guard, aot of iafaat. hut of soataiag year old boys aad gifts. Th Slty Oirl. taMt. In autusea ska U may cheeked. la winter pal aad gain healinieil, In soring irlsgustsd if she's taaned, In summer angry U she isn't. CTlQPttied Died. JUttrrie jswau.-aiLjU.--un Mu . am, at turn not. 2X7 b-rta Kev WdUaa)- 9aaa any. WUllass Jewell ud XlUaSetk a ftaaa, beta of a'ahiatoa W0MMi9-CQM9U.-Qm Tanratay. aa t v. use, bf .is Kev. x w. naaar. at nat- F.lhJ taw. A W- Fkuar, ai aat- - CMiaur or a aahinatoa. B. C- Gi.AUMOSf.-Oa Au.m.i Id larfkk wwm ristttiia ant KUa xTGU&aaa of Bar-ass." aad taa-aU uai of aer aae. runral M-rriea at Oak Hill CaL Tue- ia.1 aitenuK-a, at 4 li. bl aeLattvas aad unaaasi lavUud. yi.glagliMtNa-.-ia tu r.iaidj, aajHat ia. UBS, caariM LjuU liafai-hiasnn. saaaM jar-i. aaaUve Bavada. wft tor amay I ear a wlaaaj of WsMnj-toa-, , , Kli ruotral will take ulaue rtoas bis late sa-ddaaaa. ' Hotel. Si Peanj.ilvU asaBaK. MuaiUj afterBoua. anaa-a 11, at JOUtnOM -o ttetaaau morata. aitaast a llaf . at T-.t u'clu-k. ttiw iwidiliMu-afc. ? treat ottttt, Snurn a" . wiaow of Cat.rseP- ruai tai troao tfea nitiMnm naatti rtariaa (.'aur.h Monaai uubuub. Aua-aat 1L at VUtli't. AWOaaaoM -ua aaaaat a uas. ss xtse ovW t a.Min KUzajtatbn.aaaariuu.be ya ,a of Jtaho aV aajaataoa. aaau tt LJOMAkB. m. at um On the Sth iM. at w ae a ss-. at the i noun ut Ida aausbli-r Mr. Loun S7S H ktcuet MUibal. Hau7 of UBbilii city. neiara m:JI FftKIFFSM - Oa FEkUr Auaaat - USW.ai rccUcLi i.f l.trlit-1, a M tttet Uo-ltiBit Urr '. ufojji i vl f H ui ti:.i; tit fn i.nliak.'lui i'v i-i- enm Cheninr Tor Mnt Bleed, from . 1'rriry Frlttf. A city ph)fcinn says: "A pero wlm hi mWt to bledliit ftwat tj BOW should kfp sorm ftt J " poeltet, and when he feen cowifttg on (i-immenre chewllrf wf owsly. Nine times out of ten the in efaed activity of the facW mrwcles will avert tho bleeding . It h h not aMe to adopt the pterentlte ret him y It ae a remedy and ire win gwWtMiy find it fi'ucoess." srnoiAT. ifOTtrji. jjgfAS ABeTJtXTLY 9Ar IirVlT tHK wtmrjtE mnm AMB1MCAH SHCUIHTT AJTB TlWBT CO, sk'sl'ksssl? 2&m tsViiw5i'paiB aM stnsi-aansNMir, leseen fa serwt of no i,cw Th AOVAltTASaa of tats form of mw-t-iftentover Heetts or trat are 1. The inrehaoet la rot MirAenatl with the esr ot an? paMrs save the bonn ltelt. . Vo tm and tnraraiKe to took after. 3. The interest Is pW on the DAT IT is BfR. t. The bonds are seenrrt by frtt deet ot trnst upon real estate In the city of Wahln Ids, anrnatint never ten than sieo,sao,aiM the properties npon which lira trnati ara 5 tared mnrrpfate a wfli taint of abont .rMW. B. The trnut are silimpn over to and J lured In the hondfi nl the Heal Ktate Title nnraBeeCowpanT of I he l)ltrlct of Colrnn Wa, a trnetees for the bondholder, with power to ell at once and dIMrlbnte antonc the boadhohlsrs In ease thH company tie faults In r J merit of either principal or In terest npan mm boadi. S. The bod art farther secured by the capital of this oompeny, S3C.CW, and Its large aet8. 7. The fecnrlty belnc npon an acrremtlon of properties In vntaes nearly double the en tire t erle of bonds a hrtnka(e In the valne of any partlcnlsr property wonld still leave a largesnrplm of sernrtty. eerie 5o- e, dated Atienst 1. 1M, In de nomination of !l.eeO, JSW and 81f0, for oato at par And accrued interest at the oBloe of the company. 1 US a strsct. northwet. A. T. llRITTON. rUHCT BiStRTfOBR, Trwldent. Treamrer. Anil tf KarA OKNRHAt, MKltTINfl OF TltK a7 I'khoMer of the Knaltabte Bndow taient Asoclaflofl Will be held TUB8DAT. AUOUsTSS, 1M. at 8 p m., at Its office. SOS F it n w. AtXKN V. C1RK, fttill.lS (jeoretary. KMT-rHOTKCT YOURSBI.VK8 AOA1M1T Isr TYl'llOlD ASU MALARIAL FEVRRS The Alrares Dllnfectan Company I pre pared to fumlcate and disinfect nil premte Invaded by typhoid and other malignant and contagious feer. Ak yonrdmsltorBTOceTfor tbeALVA RKCI.OSRTAS1) CBf-SfOOL ntSINFRCT A?tT. Price, SPc. and $1 per box. For far ther Information adres the Company, at M0 Ft.n.w. snS.lm KJSf-WIlY ROT HAVK YOUR SHIRTS! a-y made by one of the mot oalebrateii entter In America t l'tloe am as thoe thlrd-rato cotters cbarxe. V. T. IIALL, DOS P stn v. KSrTKIPORATtY OFFICK OF TltK r' WASI1INOTON LOAN ANB TRUST COMPANY. 1W)J T atreot n. w. CAPITAL Sl.0fl0.0C0. This company lan oertlflcates of deposit bearing lnltrett a follows: Oa all amount (lepotted for ninety day or more, tint 1 than lx month. per cnt. per annnm; M per cent, on depolts for more than lx month, Imt le than a year and I percent, on tlepoelt of one year or longer. Pecureit Invnttmeiiu for sale. Money loaned. W. B. MOHteON. Sec. B. II. WARNIK. Pre. DlRRCTOKr): Charlei B. Bailey, Oeorgc F. Sobafer, Jinci L. Harbour, John A Hamilton, Ovorge K. Bartol, Thomas jiomervllla, llkhan W. tlay, lobn A. Hwope. Horace M. enmmings, J. 8. SwofnMte.lt. J. J. Ihtrltmrion, Ilatterstey V. Talbott, John Joy lblfon. Ooorge Trneadell, Cbarlea J. Faulknsr, H. II. Warner, Albert V. Fox. A. A. Wllaon, O. r. Oreen, U V. Win-, William BToarley. 8. W. Wondwanl. JbB 8. Lamar, Cha. BuJ. Wilkinson, A. 8. Wortaiattoa. Kar-THK STOKAOK WAKIHOUrfK B' or tb AMKHIOAN SKCURITY AMD TRUST COM PANY. A T. HHiriX)N, Prestdent, Watt nlde rUteciilb treet, betwvan L and 51, Will b o-en to rucelv Furniture Car riaget. ttlharware, Hrlc-s-brac, btatnarr. Wtu, Tntnk of Clothing, and valuable of all kind" on Mora, Augut 10. Separate Locked Iron CoHtpartmaaU. Special Facllltlea for s torag of Silverware, 11a bos, Mlrron, Itetura. aad Hooks. Goods of all DeM-rlptloa Carefully Paekad and Moved without trouble to Owaers. The only Absolutely Fireproof Building In the elty not owned by the Uoveraaivut. Her dies pass door. Turnu aad full Information obtained at Ofllc Amerioaa Sueurity and Trust Coatpany, HIS Q street northwest. ALBKKT M. HBAD. (ivneral Manager, Warehouse Oep't. KEir-FOaBRHO MUHRAY, a3 Aganta In Washington for THK WHITTIHR KLKVATOH Of Boston. THK BRST BLEVATOK IN THB WORLD. Ovar 40 have baen put into toe bast build ings in w asalagton In the last two year by us. Bstlnataa prosnptly furnisbad. Also agents for tli WortaineHoa Maam Pumpiag Mackia y. Also Osutenl Maabiaistsana Bneiaaors. A larga stock of Bnglaas and Botiars, Pumps aad Klnvators oa hand. Wararooau from 1001 to W05 Ssmath straat southwest. sr UK. WHITE. CHIROPODIST, Ills Tenaa. ave..opeoUe Wlllani's Hotal. Tbousaada f roan far aad naar vMt Dr. White for relief from aad avoidance of ssnu, ban tons, dlseaaad nails and all other foot troubMs. Hours. 8 a, m. to S p. at. isua- days, to ta. BsUWfa IISBWl llatl. Ftss.il. ag-J. WILLIAM LRB iaaecassor to Hsaury Last's Sons), UNDRMTAKRK. aiPA.AYB.N.W.. Soatk Sate. ReaneB Oisee, sSS Mswytaad ave, s.w. rar" OH A JtTBRSO MY CONURRssi Wta. FKAKKLI.V IXSUUAXCK CO. OF WAbHUiOTOH. D. C. CAPITAL A'D al'RPLlhi, ttnMnt. Has never aontastad lues by Ira. aat always take ptoawt and Hharal adjuslmaals Dr. Baaisd B. Claris, preaH: Georasi B. Laaton. vie praat; Caarlsst S aradluy, trsu.;I. Pea wkk Ywunc seu'y. Will P. Boteler. ass t te'y. juts.lai asSf TTw. MeCastarty Utha only aat sag tinswnt liaase msautaiaataf in. the atty. Can ana see kar new sfcaisa aiaaoarag aas asaairai Straw and felt hats attarae toths wrasr ssraa. wnnts ssroawur IMS: to. latum .w. UOXUX Tit LOAN. j OMBY TO LOAM ON KJUL BaTATB UK ill ant -class savoritUw at towxtat raws of Stenwt. Su delay where security Is guod. O. C. GKJKtf aaitas rtnw. MOKBT TO LOAN ON titlb i-a.ceuii (sUOOaaVVSlTY. av. TO LOAN Oki JtSsU. BaYTATtl SJaOVR. AT I AsW PsUI CSVT. M M.PAhtUta. Utff at- iI OMKY TU huastoauk Tat. Oaawaov; JVV A CVOMU 144 T llTDiOt Msiiihar at" Wnjahlatr'" AH Jsacta sasat WtJaTstY MK4X MajTaTM. raa-Aiu:Tf ackk as tu J as axttuisWd. wi a- ana I the X1.0 toa and Soldltr,' Huit Hallway bam,; 1 ot the r.-.Lu . t ttia 'ate 'biuf J aU .e -so coaled' Kde .d ,. , 1 , 1-. fi-f uvett-.-. . r ,. j.-- rr t C C-BHJL BBt I. BslTATB AM jOfaW- p4 jMsaias i alTWw o Safer. Ute .WS "S ic A lir -r -A. J .TIUsJvi USVfTVk?aaj "aJO si Ca i Jmr sTANTKO RKI.P. Atttrr'tHmrnlt vmtrr 'tu htatl, tow Itntt ST ess, st cmtt fur tmt htmion: so cfhtt fVr (Arse, WANTfP A ROT Tti RrJ A Pft-MtltW prp:al-TOsnerrdbny Apply at SSI f stn w. II TUANTFIVOIW.T'1 on'; AND rrOS'! ersl honseworlt In th r family; no WS-hlng or Ironing. mn -c references. Apjly at "m nh it n . 1 1 ,n -TANTRD-6 (mm CARPKyrtEltS. AP V alt to W F. KIMflEI.. rmlMer.AMI Wlh H.at W A STEP- 1 FIRST CLASS TTgNlRS AT once. CASTtB URMWaw, hit 14th t n w. iLSt -rASTBT-BnY 15 OR TBAtS Ot,Ts ' V"! tron the conntrt iiitfarrsjd. Apply to g. NttlRR, Flor1t, I.lnoOTO ate. aoote Bonndsry. ll,3t rASTF-D- OKI'lLBD WOtAll FOR OBN eral honrsrnrk In family of S: ran! tay rjghw and have good reference. Apply tow rot 'Int. s rt rANTRn-AffITB, BRLIABt.B TrOMrM He for general honsework for 4 sio B te. . s.it "WTANTRn-oorm. stRrvfm bot to iTejp In blacksmith shnp. Affply ctl RL89 nJtirMtLLBW.isfrihsta . n,H AV. nt7ht; TAtTBD-WIIITR OtRt FOR M-JflT rroiisenuia ra a laonij o- 7; mni ray ai Herman prererreg. vn in '. ,Jit rASTBO-OOMMIMION AND MA?HJ 1 fsctnrers agent to accept State agency ana rtprent onr accounts of Oerrtmn ca flmere: experience and reference rennlred. Addres.T MocKrrj..MHwaiic, wi. B,et TA5TFD-rnMPRTBNT WOMAN TO l cook nl alt In general work in mnll fsmllv Aily at irg Bt wL VSt rASTKD- )IRI. If OR 1 TBARS Ol D, V white nr colored. Inqnlre if Nrs. BUR- rjBH.lthtn w. 44t r.NTBD-WOMAN TO CTtoK. tVSH andiron; mast stay at night and bring reference' Apply 1XT ortrcoran tt. ff.lt T ANTRD-OBRMAN WOM N FOR ORX V eral honewrrk; none bnt thnse having bet of reference need apply at SSI P t n w. Ml AV; ANTRD - 1MMBDIATBLY -A RRLt abln white man with excellent refer ence. to Iecp at office building and work around nme; good reference absolutely e rentlal. Apply at lost' t nw. s,3t -lrANTBI)-lMMBt)IATBLY-A DOY TO feed printing pre; mnst be Mrertcrreed and willing to work. Apply at 108 Ortnw. S4t rANTKD-GKn.MAN BOY AltOtrT U year old to help In retanrant; room. hoard and small salary to right party. Call nt01itbt n w ,3t AA' rANTKIl-JCARPBNTBRS FORIN8IDK nnimrg. Appiy:i intn r.nw. f.ir w ANTKU-A S1NOI B OtRL TO COOK ar.d do general honework: reference rcqnlredlf colored; to stay at night . WS '.th t b w. sjlt AA TANTBD-OtlOD COOK-SU 1TT1I STN w: ieiervrc requirm. n rANTBD-Btt MONKY 8HLLINO OUR 11 machine for ptlntlng advertising sign; most wondertnl device ever produced; pjt ented; ell to every merchant; DlenlW atn ployment; steady work. ARC MANUFAC TUltlNO CO., Racine. Wis S.Ot "lv.TANTBD-t1Jl.ORKD WOMAN AS WAIT V res and chambermaid In a small fam ily! must be tbortiirbly competent and be well m nmmeBded. Apply to08 19th t n w. 8.3t "ArANTBD- BXPKRIKNCBD WHITK Cwik ) for a family o( 1; no washing. Apnlr atSISdth t n w .tt rANTBll-WlHTK SBTTLKl) WOM N 10 do cooking and genersl hoti.wsrors: good wage; mut tay night and have go nl rcftreme b ABolvatTrstOtb t n w. H.tt AY TASTEH-MAN AND WIFR T TAKE I i hanr of Dalrv. S mile from Bjnnl ary, at R. R. station, with goml wages to rtnt class parties. Atldrrs fARMBK, thl onlca. -tt AATANTBU - RKsPElTAHLB HBRMAN Z Oirl to Cook: tnast hare llrst-clas tvf ereaees; -tsr t light". P. ' OAKUKX.8.,1 B st e flt "XlTSMTBlJ-AN INnrSTRIorsCllLORRt) boy. about l.i or Hi, for the House. Also a good ccok, Hltllng to do light wash aal stay at alstl.t ihmi ft t n w. T It AJ N AHLK tADVKRTISINO, INDURANCS, eale. Llehtnlng-rod- or Book Aasmu or Reporter, of great aavolr falre, for Iltarary wors. i-arfc sajary. nnui losmob a nan fowl Pug CoJN.T. VANT1!11 SITUATIONS. TAiTKD-PLrB AH CHAMHBHVA1D crVook In small family. Address 1117 tthsta'w. It rANTBD-BYaiRKxPBtTABLK COL'D 11 woman, work to d by the day: wash ing and Ironing or bousa chanlngor oaa or two small washes i home, call or address M rs. FKYK. 114S SBd st B w. n. K rANTKlf-HY YOUNtlMAN WITH Horse 1 and llgbt business wag. a. work for store or agent by day or week. Fortarma AV TANTBD-BY KKaPtcTAHLX COLD 1 oirl. situation as nurse or chambermaid In nrtvatu famllv Call at BsatT st. bet Sth and Tth a w 9,st TANTKD-BY s.TTLBD WOMAN. Hrst 1 1 class 000k. a nlace with nrlvaLa raBsilv: aKHl rererenctw. tall at am i. st a w. S.M AV TASTSD-BY MIDDLB-A(IMI) WUtTB I woman, a olaca to uuk la orlvatti fam- ily. teiBstsa. t,1t AV TANTBD-BY YOUNG LADY. POsilTION t as comDunlon or atvatBaa Ui Utiah English snd mBic. Address . U , tbii of- ica S.a AV kTASTKD-BY A RKbPBCTABLB OOLD girl, a iilace to du guaeral hoasevnirk: bo washing or Ironing; good reference. Call at uessthstBe. sJt "TANTBD-BY A M-OTCRJIAN. MTVA tt tioB as lauitor; uuderstaads jfaam hstat lug. plumbing aad carpeatry: eaa give secur ity. ALBXTWATfcON. 41S I st s S.H AV rANTED-BY HBHB TAULK CiOL'B 1 woman, a nlca as cook or to da aasural hoasgwork In small family- good rafsiraaces. ipoly to HSU Htb l u w S.St tv.tT;ll uousiw. AV TANTBD- tlltNIt-UXDHurastrVlKllitf L (..... u... , k.w ... Ia... it ... . . - I 1 KMW, oius. a,v 1W W MyBf rouaBs isiMei ." tiLi lucais. Aarass. with true aud lull 1 .tnicu'ar-. P O. Box . Vst k."rr Pa 'J.H wanthijhooms. AV rATKD-BY Oliitt MAN. MUUM IN 1 a ivvxal labia Lrtvr familv: rMrmaasai if sauabla Addret-s T . Bos U. utith-iaiu InstitutUa. Htt Ar TAVTMB- BY MIDDLK i.KD LADY, i 1 or thraa uiif umiahad aexund dar ruoms with kosrS: would ba uamnuutui if suited. Adsfrew J V KOBAK. I SI n w. I' a AV TAMTKU-PUM LADY AKTttsT. aTUDiO I or urulsLsd aoartabmt convenient to ivnvraa Art Itclidol Addras. wttb w llcu .. V. MLATKWBLL. ssjuTasukiaat Pustollva Martha s Vineyard. Mass ; rolss- engea t bagged ".st Ar rAaTKh-BY A UDY-CsJaUOSTTAJUJi 1 luihik4.tuam. vnnran Wh and lata. F and K sts b a. wu aut to aacved iu) Ad drsa. M F . this uis t.it WAYKUMUrCKL.I.A-KM;a. aJasrrlssanats wsilsr tats ast,Nig Aassar ktt. TJ cmt for m4 Uurtkm; Wcaats Jtw tarss. AV J-AMTBD-BOBaasi TO PAnTVMB IB AT General &' farm at IS par month: : Banters, rnauuia water aad pleuly 0 bast of kada, afflk caretul attaata Aaoly to au. A aW BtSaUUBLB kvuOMa, WrW ststia Basaav, good elevator erweeaad orst t.ias htnaaaitriv. m the PtWT ItUlLUfaW. tog tut at loaf rate to Brat-cUa waaata Apabj M BTlLaOM HITCHIM. U Post UuaMng. ot rU4.au MAbUlMC aaBerut- ywstaath s . hMtfaaTamttit tnausV naUnt gst JaammV ammaaMl m its. mmSfm!JSmmiSSmim. NY PasWOW aNxh.il vo Oias-OaAv XV vf a aooa icuiml hand Vijij at reason Mu price ajar a.d pun. luscr by addjaaa M a. v . iymc oat.a Tfu nuM. WM WILL PAT taLJ$T'.'m mm tvaJUaaUsVU4. k . sUlsBsnwtfnBBflBsBMsWsnf HtHtft (JUS sWtjUp, JnHsT 4VMgf Ot 'Wb SBjeT SapRBip gups' aBBjfRj Wt4&9mlui &J sgdssssm lg7 ISsBrnsj LXK aai-atH Akue funo. c-jODC f awest: cu.-t au. ti; !! u tn x nee Cha he saeu sittiMtua C-JODCO ixl mt aa XfOM aVL X- asssaass ioroi aagti) S4XX-A UAYTON sTAAsOgJ jo uv. lor bob; one agtu tor oh t n w F'S SAl E 1-INh 1 bl L -vDPt E N J i-iis ! .. .. a . . . rnn sAi.r -norsKi. aVwsissrJuiwW wwrVT tU ssnd, ST tjsa, etnti for em tasemfla; ss mti$J ihrtt. FRCED SALB OF RJAL BSTATB. DO Tor WANT A SNAPf That fine o'd homertend. SSS1 i 1 n w. comprWng nearly rt feat ot gtoend and among tho nwt delrghlfnl elevafkm In Georgetown, Will be sold at a sacrifice If taken non. Trrm can he made tlfjtc tory hnt ttre propettt nm1 be oM at onc5 Ref at Mr. c it. Prcallnf" oce Hhrh . r.eorgetown Write to .. . . I,, r; .IOHNPIN. an-l.tf rhardavWIe. va E m SALE-A BAROAfN IF SOLO AT JL nnra; -pny snn OHeinrui nnr, n-.H-w, froom and bath; all moo rmps; sttrtatcd at No. V I st n w; price !,S0r terms one third cash, balance 1. a arm S years. AppIv to FBA NCW HtTFTT. WW F t a T. fc7 1) T.-OR SALB-IN ALKXANDRIA. S-RS)N L frame rromw, ot flnlshtng; Wjrant in yard : lot ItixltJ; most home; priest, J&9S Ap- yarn nlvt liy to RUBKItT J. TBOJIAB, (TOOm HO. V, OlS iBibrt. poi .si its..nsss n vttt ISIIISSSS P hnrmc In WssMnsnon. I0S. Me and IIS ntn rt n e; tw-rory ano tmcnreni, orowa tons) trlmmtna; T rooms and bath: electrle bells and gas; price, .m each. $SrJ rji balance to salt or trade for goon lots. sr-.. ". . 1 -- - --. . . ; . i""fC kwnt in)triK!. fQtt WO ttbtf f&f ffPf pMrTfs,a M sfMt fifP WTrt C)R RBNT-UMFUNNtSBBD- MIS Ms ave,1?rs and stable WW HI) Krtnw.Mn sfODO Mil Crma ave 15 rs MB CO 14th st ex . 11 rs g WW M it n w, IS n I!f) isns H r n w, IS rs IBB 100 Itth tn w.llrs W 9 r.n y t n w. n r ire ir f t n w, n I eo 7r.i4(innw,iir X" w Lafayette Sonar, 15 r .. wtnw,nt ss ss 'iTtethstnw. ISr TSW WW Cbapln st n w. 13 rs JS CO nsN Yavenw.lTr Wei em istht nw.lt rs Ssff 1519 set h st n w Mrs 00 IMS 0 st n w, II rs SB 95 w IIIIIyerPlaco.il rs ties llltNstnw.ll rs g hso n t n w. w rs sees 14 1st t n e, 9 rs SS W 1811 Ltn w, Ifl r I W ITS N st n w. s r 09 smHUnw.rors mw B3I S f t n w. 10 rs 50 09 MMtonhtont,Srs WW Kesstonebtoast.S n.... 99 00 111 Rlgm risce, rs SB 9 IHSIrthstn w.Trs 09 HMCbaprnst.Srs SI W iMS r l. 7 r l-.i591gthstnw.8r M no rnn9 ;th t n w, tr and dwtr SS w StVa)stnw.SM MM t 1.1th t n w, 5rs -in 09 1V1R N T are. & M SB CO lovsjsthtlnw. 8rs JM 1M1 10th st n w, 6 rs asm iMHSSthstn w. S r SS 01 Wis seth st n w. t ni 1 1" laoisislstnw. s rs The above house can he examined by per mit from onr olttce only. THOMAS J. FI8HKK A CO , ISWFst.n. w. irOK HKNT-TWO BRAND NBW H1X .r room frame houses, high and dry loca tion: near ohnrohes and nubile school In Unloe'.o-vn. Iaqnlre of A. UKUKBNJJ. tnjll MB W S'Olt KliNTKOO.il. AtttrlUnmU Keufer .U Asssf, Awe 'lass sr tt, Ittn4 fitr (sis OserrJssV ift tmt fur tArit. I?OKMBNT-BITMKH MIRS MOOMH; AM. J tenvenieners for hotisekceplng. M1 r at a. ll.tt rOR RRNT-NICRLY FI'HNISHRI) H.Kms near ;.ver. mant Printing (. with or wHhout board. Apply T 1 1 N Cap at. 1 1 St l?OR RBNT-FURNISIIBl) OR USFUK J nlshed-I nice, larga third story Moms; alo basement, dining-room and kitchen; near line of car. Apply to 111 A -t n c 11.31 F' (IK HBNT-FURNI8HBD FIIOXT AND back rooms for hoiiaekeat ina ttr srirh ponni 11 neirei .trniy S'Jiitn st u w 1 1. (.' l?OR RBNT-I NICB fl BTORY MO)MS. J1 unfurnished, with lth and ga. hot aud sold water: facing park; also a nicely lur t lhed (arlor bedroom, south Iront. T 1 K st nw ll.st J70RRBNT-1 LA llfl E SOUTH FHOStTUX Inrnlshed room and X rear rooms, fur Blshed: all onvenlences: perfect repair; gen tlemen preferred. Northern private tamlty. MEstnw. 11, J?OR RBNT-PUItNlallBD. DBLIOHTFfL rooms- Una locality; convenient to rars; prhate baths; with nrwltboat botnl; fa to j las Farragut txiuare n w. ll.St JjVlRKiNT-tsM STH !rT N W-HOOMS BN ' suite or single; larga south front room with alcove, by week or iuobiIi: near Patent oncaasd park: new bousa; wither without board. ll.lt TfOR HBNT-S PLRAHANT ROOMS TO gentlemen at moderata prices; rWer enaes required. IsOSCorcoraa St. 11, St Fo IOR RBNT-AT HIS9TH STN W. 1 LM1B room. Sd floor. J windows, furnish CummunleaUug room, imfurnlslisd, and 1 room. 3d ttuot. trout, unfurnished, for aan tlsmeu. n,Jt IJiORKBNT-NICBLY Pl'NHHIiO) Story . front room, UT. ball roost adjoining. $; als4 third itory front tuom. A. 1) Bsl n w. 11 It F OR KBNT-IAH4,B. PLBASANT FRONT rooms, e In room, wild haunt. SJ&: alnale nom, SIS, ob Brst tloor;l large room, suitable tor Imalld. on first floor. 9M lathst n w. 11, a OR HBNT-PURNI8IIKD1 LAHflKCom- muukatlng rooms: water saau floor: (or light bousakaapiBg If dtstred, luuw. first alasshousa: Jit pr month, bo children. 13.tt Bst a w iLit FOR UXNT- M 1J hT N W.IROOMm ON JD floor, singly or en suite; bath ruoat and porch on same flour, family ot adults; refer u-es eichangad. Ms OR HBNT-FUMNItiHBD-ONB LA HOB aad una mail loom with ebasts: aaa ral local Mi Ml P st b w. 9.U niiB urvr-i Biuiuti 1n2ssnavik.11 an V suitable t.r light houaekaaplag. ti pt' Hes without children. Apply to I9 II st B w. 9.n ITHtst HJCM'-iull UTU T N W. ill KLOOK. ' front ruuat. with mod board; bay win dow huusa a. a TOR HKX1-S UNNl'MNinHBUCOMMUM I1 cat Ian rooms, suitable for listht nouaa Searing Apply ant L st n w S.H FDttl cUfa RKMT-JM N J AYR V W. 3 UNPUM aUbad losnmunkmtlng roosaa: nraf floor: sartor, bed and hall or pan of hoosa; at irate bull . avow cutkru; ustar four Uaes ! cass I TXjM KENT-ONB LAROK FlsUtT FLOOR V thme-aindowcdrooas; aae small com Bnlcailbg room, with watsat oaa large thrrst-wibdowird front room and two larga bat k room, at fcav K t a w S.M su.tKiitxa. Tiraa. lULUN, FORMERLY F UtftHST it J B w, ha transferred her Preach auard-Dsjf-kwaaa tu till Bsl aw.Sdoura frosnaa BtLtnai TBcaire, rajhuon jsourgaois: 1 rooms, very good Ftweca diunar. with elaret 5ac: board b week ft eOlh'THY SsUAKIt. risBUtiB WUHIMS3 BOARD NEAR sMX-M X t4iaa vaa nasi tarn. vsai suonta 4tb good tahsg aoaas at Ksstarataprttsis by ad drawing Ml-. L CHiabUST ttaadUon, Va Ujit nOARPIKa WANTKD Putt Al'GPST AND ! J SuptesBber; ratas, I'JS uKatbJy. a alia froaj stitiuu:i.uataju. furnished back ana forth. Address Boa M. Kaosvles. Ma. lOt CIMMEK BOARD IN BOaTOM- sWO)M p and board In x small private boardiag JKua, near t'otky Square, Trinity Cburen. Ait Museum . . terms from ts to super wesk satikiautory rcfireuuts rxv.kiuijad Address b . M . at. Janiaa ve. Balk Ikir. Boston. Ma u.it nRKK OM rotBOaTIKMK CAN PMO .ure pi.asaat rooats sad board In s. pri vate family In ttu aurthvast. with snade and tanaat court Addreas aHADK. taia ufce I31M BLtt.ST lOUKTKY BOARD POM 'j about sis irviim; t-lnulll of uiilAaad Bu.uutskr:ri' X Lilt ukt Addrew W. Z wwwaek. ikibtrea Claras hara MobUumery County. MJ r.at MVau DKIhABLB tt) FLOOU ttUiMs I j...i.i ai tUn !s Huuse. near -.litioo au t m uii.e now Wjkixigvjm. good snadsj: ai-el fant water AJlress Mrs. g C.WstKU. Purt ell ville 1 . uioan tvuaty. Va IM llLlEhU-il SiTtSiHui:K.'OOTalfBLl P Kidaw Mouuiwns grand soaaary; ruads. &ui v&mt nruisjHiiBjoa ot : d. vegetables. : large pari, t AVBJ&. suit UM Ustar ku-ist. I UTT tHaALH-KKK kNAUUBjV LAVS Lt pili, four kailti wi'tj dtawfad ca fres. faalfLttdtliOt.KlavaBsT. , LOS.T- Al I.IS.T r V HITS bKTTaV BOU. Muck with 1 " i . &r bd on tolUr Wl'i 'arf o . t-a . wardwdlK EiLcss-forts arsvllle. Va At'CTlOTt SAtKS STI K.NBV. Anil lone am Pt ; 8ALB OIL VALrBIJt jlf" IN rrv PROPKRTT ATBTt O.N KlDAN AVlTSt . IN TnB St'BIH VfBTOW OF BARRY FA1 Rf vlrtne of a certain deed of trnt re orrjerl In ItKr No 111. folio is, ct 1 rme of the land records for the !1trct of Coin -n Ma, and at the rcqitwit of tm parr v ecnrcd teTcby, sre 11 otter Tor sale In front of the premleon JfOfWAY, THR 1TH DAY OF ATorST. at oVIonk p m., th) f-ilrnW'ne de-cribed re l estate sltnate In th Cqanty of w ashlngton, District o! WttmMa, and kniwn and described as lot nntnbrrcd IT. In section S. of the sntRllvlfnei of Rant Farm m hy 8. O. Ponterot. -rohn R. Blvarrs and o O ltoirsrd, trustees. Terms of ar: (for third cash and the 11 ancc In one m and two it) years, SMth Inter ct at the rare of si (Si par centnm pr an nntn payable semi annnally and scenrsd bf adeenof Inmt o the nrtvpertt old.or an cah at the optfcm ot tha nnrchaser JK deposit at tre of sain. AH converanelne and reetrrdlnt at tsrcrmer' eot Ternw to be complted within IS day or property will ne reeom at raw ana cor or ueraniungpur. WTM.lAHMATStt. FRANK L CAl.TfOt'N. anfl eoa,dast Trustee ? KATCI.rFFB, DARR ..(()., An. tloneers. "WP. ave. n w. CBANtKRY SALS OF IMPROVBD RUM. rtATK, LOtATBD IN THB (ITT OF its err iRxmn HVt M fltRDSTl ARniFOTWN. RBI N't PRRMB No. 1144 TWENTY hRST STRj' IORT1T WKBT AWItSBOTWilrTTY TU rTfRRIIT ISOKTIIWllBT. Ry rlrtne of a decree of the mprsj? Conrt of the D1tr1et of ivdnm Ma passed on Jnly 11, lfm, In cnnlty canse No. 1SS9S. docket No SI, I still sell at ptiblre anctlon. In frrmt ot the premise, on THURjibAY, AUOrsT FsitTR TF.ENTII. lSWt, at HAI.F-PASIT FOUR Oi-LOCK P M.. lot nnmhered nine ii In Chappl'ear and Spalding's recorded snmH lron of lots lettered "A" and "B" In De Vanghan's recorded snMtvlslon of original lot numbered one il). In mnarennmher forty three (4S1. Thl grtmnd I Improved by a substantial two story brick house In good repair, la a corner lot and Is very da1ranle In evarv way, either for a home, Investment, or sfsjeala Hon. Also ON THB SAMBDAY AND DATE AT HALF PAST FIVB O'CLOCK P. M., In front of the premiss. I will oll at nubile anctlon part ol lot nnmhered fonrtswn 'It) in square numbered seventy two (TS), besrln nlng for the same on Twenty first street wast thrrty-fonr CM) feet from the northeast cor ner of said lot nnmbered fourteen (1 1 land mi nlng thence south on said Twenty-first street nineteen (19) feet and sit ( Irene, thence west at right angle with said Twentv-ftrst street one huml.t-d (K0;feet ami five (t) lushes, more or less, the depth of aM lot, thence north on the west line of aW lot numbered rear teen fin nineteen (19) feet and stn tS) Inches, thence east In a straight line to the place ot beginning. Thl ground Is improved by an old Frame Nonsc. In tenantalde repair. The t.ut Is particularly valnshle.ln a desirable location, with a recently-opened alley In the roar and with all municipal Improvement. With Lot a. In snusre W. Is an appurtenant right to the free use of and right of way over the alley In the rear of tint said Lot. Hoth ftonses are under rent aad are yield ing an excellent return Terms of sale: One, third of the purehawo money la oasb, the balanee In one and two yean, evidenced by t lie promissory totes of the purchaser, and secured by first mortgage: or deed of trust on the property soat. De ferred payment to boar Interest at the rate of s per tent jr annum nntll paid. Teraw of sale to lie compiled with within tan days from the day of sale, otherwise the tntlt will resell at the risk ami oost of the default ing purchaser, alter public notice. In his dl crrth n, A deposit ot M80 on each lot wilt be required when the property I sold. All rot tejanclng and title examining to be at the cost of the purchaser. The ptomlso mas be Inspected npon application to the trrstce or the ancthineers. THOMAS M. FIRLDS. TTimIho Nn 344 Dsl.n, w, eugf st. Washington, 11. I'HOl'OMAM. 7 )RiPOSALS FOR PURCHASB OF RAW I Hide Trunks Postofllce Department Washington, l O, Aiiguit II, is0. aeparato at aled trotoals will I reealred until noon on WEDSBSPAY, ArOl'ST 7, WOO. for the lrtirchase (In lot ot ten or :more) of 1W raw hide trunks, formerly purchised at a cost of lia each, none of which are much woru and many not at all. AM bids should be marked "Pmyosalslor lnn basing Trunks" and ad dressed to "Disbursing Clerk of the INwloraes) D-artmnt. Washington, D. C," at wbos ofllre the bids will be opened at noon on the TTH OF At'OCHT, ISM, In the prasanca of bidders, aad where sample trunk way ha kcb (A sampln may also be seen In the postoffires at Boston, New York, Phtlaitel phla. Chicago aud Cincinnati.) "Tho right I rcssrved to reject -any or all proposals. JOI1N WANA.MAKBR. PostmastarOeaeral. aull ltaa-.tw LAYIMi AM'HAI.T PAVKMBNTk.-Pro-posals for Improring Mr.-etn and Ave nues In the Cit of Washington, 1). C (MBoa of the CianmUshinrrs, I). CT, Washington. D. C August 5. 1NOt.-Bald Propuanla will bu received at this office until in o'clock m. on HATI'RDAY. AVOU8T JO. lsnu, for latnrov hig Mreets and Avenues with Curb, Outtara, Sidewalks aud Roadway Pavements. Blank forms of 1'rojiosaU and bpacMicatioaa eaa be obtained at thl Office upon apnUcatsan therefor, together with all necessary In formation, and only bids upon these forms will be roaaldersd. The right U rasarvad to rrjett any aud all bids or parts of bids. J. W. DO! OLAsa. U G HINE. H. M. sWBBRT, Commissioner. D. C. auSt 1 AMNU ASPHALT HUX'K PAVRNKNTH. proraIs for Improving; streets and Ave rt ues In the Distrk.1 of i olumbta, Orriigor rns Commissioiibim O.C, Wssninotaji. D C. , Aug. ft, USM. Sealed protsMals will he raedvast at that omce until 1 o'clock m. on HATURDAY, AUOUbT SU,Ue, for Improslng stns4s anst asrnuee with curb, gutters, sidewalks and roast way pasesaeats. Rlank foenw of proposals aad atsaolnnatloas uaa hy obtalnad at this osnaa upon sanHna tton therefor, together with all necaasarr ht tosmalkin. ni d only bid upon tans torses will ks esjasaaarSM, The right Is r oarved to reject any and all bids or partoi bid J. W. DOl'ULAasi, L i HINE. H M ROBERT. auu.u f'.nmlsslisssws D C. FiijCsiAi.H AyiiHKST. T1UL aVTATB MllLLBTfN THOMAa K, WaSuAMAN.U? Fatrssa. Cha anas saaaa Wadnaadava aasl natnaflnys, VTOltY MUCK AMD PtUMK hKWaaal PUR altaw, bb, mLWrs ftassw srudiw, tt,nt,isn a tt Indiana are n w, b k. 9 rs T. tsa Mas ave BW.fh.Srs 7, Uii Biiundarr st n w. f b. s rs T. tslstaw.bh UN tgus assthst b w. bk.ntt.Brs i.T His i J ave a w. f h. r. Uns llataMhstnw.bh.SN Ma) Alley between tst aad aM. M aad M sta aw. bh.tr um t4Q-iiaMXAimjmiawmmiw 11 1Mb atnw,fatVrsaa4saoasas rear, 4 1 each JBsS ll5tuw.fh.Sr sjas anstonatPstaw,fn.Srs. -. 5.9BS St5sathatnw.hh.9ra.. ... tJs aatosltaaalJsVBW.bh 4 rs . 3,0 fer and tSgMdisua at nw. fk. trs. and ilbh rear- . tJaJS tSltuSmSsastnW. bfa. 9rs . . A0I KasYstBW. fairs 1M aatmha w.bh Srs. USB Alley bet sth and na. Land Mat n. fh,4 rs cMLMPMovae rwrmm m. mm. Part lot &. K at. hssUlhanjt tTtk stOsStW 1st. bHi aad ktsa stan w suo w.bsrtUsadUthstsnw ts JMiahatM JadMatsnw in Tthat, bsalaodSatsu . I Jt atth st. bat il east m ta a w tt twh st. hat Band P sts a w-. ... .... Puabarton ave sad shall t. afchsad lis at a w. 1 St aahst. bvtliandOsua sy 1 fot, bet iaaaIaa4CatnT IV Mfurati autt mmsjv. Srtoi is Bstu W. Urs atPatuw.Ura.hw CitiB. lira mstksiBW. Wrs BM au st n w. aaaustaw. Uta- gSConkMStairs corooraa at a . n r I FVoriaa a . rs. ast c at a , e . ta K t a f is- t WggSstB W-r' tvis tt stn . T ra tMtBstnars ... II SLtt46stae,Sr- . . Ub st a e. 0 n, u tf irataf.f 1 rJefaaas t n as r 15 SMirt)stBasa. g S5UtB.4c JS09 "0 Cefrces t a v. i M 15 If SMBI UssasstosaUntatttreMaV . t rjSSfJSlW ssassm.Mgasji uii ag ii ssssssapmrsss -srms, ssssbsf -- HL m WV TTyj .VI.V vutsattaaAoaMM or tMUttM. St a minds' i tM a of uksdo pom axa U States axd ll - i ' : Co. 4'c La sfe COB tyBall rtUlhUlw sn UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION Oyer a Million DISTEIBUTID, La. S. L. Louisiana Stale lite,; h Incorporated by the Legislature forednca tlonnl antf cliaffltaMSl fMfOssja. naa ssa rran cntssj Matte a sinet of the israteBt- nsnitl fa strtntr,hiiava,BYasi ufMWisjttsjsi two usn vtrra. Its BRAND KXHUORMNAXy SrUW lNtsB take ptaca Ssjast-AnBoally tsaw and Irecember). and Its GrUNT) StNVitR NtJf MRRDRAWIWW take ptaea taeaeket the other ten month. In the year, aM nVt all drawn m pahrr,al the Aaademyef MRstc, New Orleans, ha. "We do hereby certify that we sapervle the arrangemeats for alt the Jlentbly and Pewil-Armaal DrawttMR of tlVe LonMana State Lottery Co., and In parson maaate aad con trol the drawings themselves, aad that the same are conducted with boaesty, fnlme and In good faith toward all pnrtraa, and we authorise the company to use this ceftlBcate. with facsimiles of onr lgnatare attached, a Its advertisement." JfScf CeMwtlsslsxiers. We the undersigned banks and banker will pay all prises drawn In the toalshtna stats Lotteries wfatab ntajr ha prat sated at our counters: K. M. WAI.VSLRY, Pres't La. Nat. Bask. P. LANAl'X, Pres't SUW Nat. Bank. A. BALDWIN. Pre- t N. O. Nat. Bank. i ARL KOHN. rres't Union Nat. Er rawing WILL TAKB PLACK AT TUB ACADEMY OF MUSIC, New Orleans, TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1890. CAPITAL PRIZE, $300,000. 1H,I Tickets at Ilk Haites. 10i us. & Ms, ?i TwcMst SI. 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