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THE DAILY CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, AUOT'T 12, !m.
AT THE CAPITOL IIUTEEDINGS OF THE SINATK ND HOUSE TO-DAY. :n mnmrni nll ttmti mMihiMMmi But With an ImpirUat AteodJHtit Relating I Newsjapsrs. 1BE ROACH CLAIM TO BE ABANDONED. Repntluan, However, Will Be Vvmi to Go on Record With Refertnee to It-Other Matters, In the Senate this morning Mr. Hale reported House bit) to amemlthe census law So as to compel unincorporated ex press companies to give information abuut their business, ami' It was passed. Mr Ldrnunds' resolutions provldlsg fcr the fivc-mlnute rule In debate on the Tariff, hill was oidereil prtnttl and laid on the table, as was also one from Mr, IV ilr providing for tho previous question when debate was continued two days on any question. Mr Morgan concluded his argument besun yesterday on the Tariff bill, and was followed by Mr. Daniel, who spoke principally on tho tin-plate paragraph. IN TUB 1I0USB. The House this mornlne passed a concurrent resolution extending to Au gust 29 tho appropriations for the sup port of tho Government not nlremlv provided lor In appropriation bllfs passed. Mr. Cannon explained that tho princi pal Item of disagreement on the Sundry Civil bill Was legislation regarding Ir rlpatlon. Senate amendments to the llouso bill fir tho establishment of n National Park at Chlckamauga wore non-concurred in and a conference ordered. Leaves of A!ionco. In the Senate to-day Mr. MoMllhn reported favorably tho bill which has passed the House granting annua' leaves of absence to clerks of first and second class postofllcos, with nn amend ment including the employos of the mall bag repair shops In this city. ? Final Vote on the Atkinson Illll. After Tux CniTic report ou the At kinson bill In the House yesterday i Used, a motion to adjourn by Mr, Mil liktn was defeated 83 to 1331, and Mr. Atkinson moved to order the previous ( Jistlvn on the motion to recommit ayes. 100. navK, 50; the Chair counting n qikrum. Motions to reconsider this v !c, to lay on the table and to adjouru wire made, and Anally the House ad if 'lined yeas, 108; ntys. 41. The bill ics over as the unfinished luminals un til text District day, aud the (lending ii estlun Is to lay on the table the mo tion to reconsider the vote by which the previous question was ordered on the motion to recommit. MR. IlEYBUItN'S OPINION Y THE OL'TIUOKOt'S FOItCB HILL UK DOESN'T HKLinVR IN IT. Representative Iteybum of I'lilln dclpbla, the lato Judge William D. Kcllcy's successor, said today that he indorsed the hostile sentiments ex pressed by Senator Camoron toward the Federal Election law. Mr. Key burn says he voted for the bill In the House as a party measure, but that It did not meet the approval of his Judg ment, He says that It originated in tho craze for ballot reform, and that it wus taken up by Mr. Lodge and others as a matter of ab stract principle without regard to Its political effects. Practical politicians, like Quay, viewed the matter in a some what different light. In Mr, Ilayburn's opinion the question of undue repre sentation of the Uourbon ele ment at the South must be worked out by natural causes, ami will eventually be concentrated by the Increase of population at tho Northwest and Northern Immigration Into the Houth. ANTI LOTTERY DILI,. JILI'OKTBI) TO THK EBNATE WITH IN IMrORTANT AMbWDMBKT. The Senate Poetofllee ami Post Roads Committee to-day reported favorably the Anti Lottery bill prepared by the Postmaster General, ami reported to the House favorably by Mr. CaklweM o the iWLi ultimo. The Mil has been in the Senate committee sine the 20th ultimo. Ueneral lliaghain' c nutnltte Las, therefore, been more iadustrlou ttan Senator Sawyer's. The Sestet committee reported the folio wing nmecdment to the third section of ih ) it relating to newspaper. l'rovldtd that thU shall mat be eott ftraed to exclude newspapers puMUh4sd in foreign cnuntrtea from the mall, ua os. Jc the opinion of Ute I'oatnms.ar General, they are being circulated fo tbr purpose of advertising stick achetaes in violation of this statute, which aaU advertisement shall sot be publicly eon tradkud or repudiated by said peraos. frro bank, corporation or isefteietton.'' THE KOACU CLAIM. IKK HEPl.BLnj.alf IsiMtsti " TMK Hc4.SK VBOTOM tO XUkVBOK IT. The ItepubUcaafeadsiH of ism llama have tUternunetl to dsof the dbM of the John HoAch estate for $M0A lots sustained by ike actio of Sayrgjarv Limey regarding tke DolpkU and th.. Puritan. Titer clata skate is how eu money with waleii to nay It. (n the other kaad, tke Dewiociali do not intend to permit it to he iHsmkiad so . avalkrly They any ike Rtttnibtkans have hounded tke Ckvrftud ad ininistratiou for yews with tke ihurge that Joke Honest was ftaed into baAkrupicy mad faaUy d.gged to his death by tke nfladle iuujw of tke Navy TlwgwrtmwH dsutjag itat sdaalBlairaMnB Tkey ddM that if tke Boek cWau to juat it skouki fail Mid, aad i h.y propose to totem tke BeyukUcias i' ' gu on retold is refoiwe to It to uthet vote to pay it or abaixhiB Uudr putiiaan cnargne against r to.relsry "W'Liuity wad Preset Cieveis. The Senate toinmittee on issw jitatkn is Bow cawUmdmt tk pea iiuiy oi puuiiu( in tke QeMcal m- uiuiy Aprc(kUoa bill a iteiu - : i, prUOliii W.QO0 to MJT tkil clsilB- ,!i this Is 0ut; and tke &kte .,t f.ruvti, it, it to uuJttiiood Dm fimo- rj.il, Kupreaesste'lvcs win WH lot Is. 1U KepuUiCS If-a.- tosdsM W i " toadsiH t0t to m of kWr oun IHIM V PRACTfCALLY ENDED. The (trent StUIto m tlte New TerU Ccntrnl n 1'allBro. Xftw Your, An. 12.-A!UtOTt " srftwe on the tfew York Oentritl ltfl rntft has not bwn declared off by the Knights of Labor, It Is tlrtnally at an Mn. Th decision of th rothrlwwl of Iiocntnotlve Engineers, In refining to eom ont, was Its death knell. Abnnt the Grand Central Depot this morning eterythlnt was onhet nml trains were being tlformtcfceW with per fect regularity. Th police wert nbowt as strong as ever, bnt tnr wm at ently no necessity for them to be there. Mr. Webb said this morning he was satisfied with the situation, ami that everything was quiet. None of the lenders of the Knlehts could be foitml. Last night, along the Tenth aventre frrlght tracks, a number of car coup ling were taken ont by the yemnt Uriah In the neighborhood, but this was nntekly stopped. It is expected that the general execu tive Venn) of the K. of I. will defHmnee the action of the lenders of the atrltre at their meeting to morrow. CASE OF MALPRACTICE. A Colored Alinrttontut Arrcwteil Wlillo llur Victim la Dying. Harriet Kelso, a young colored woman who lives at 12fi2 Union Place, was taken to the Freed man's Hospital last night suffering from the effects of an abortion, and her condition to-day In pronounced very precarious by the doctors who are attending her. She states that she was given n dose of medicine last night by Millard Willis, who lives at 308 II street south west, and was soon afterward taken violently 111. She said that the Willis woman makes n regular practice of ob taining abortions and that she was solicited to come to her office at the number above given. OfllcorTreadwell arrested the Willis woman and locked her up at the Fourth Precinct station. She will probably be committed to Jail to await the result of tho lllecal practice alleged to have been committed. The Kelso girl Is said to'.lmve suffered tho utmost ngony since 13 o'clock last night BALTIMORE AND OHIO'S GAIN. Incrennlnc Its Fnollltlea ly Oettlnc tho Hntllmore llelt Line. The announcement that the llaltlmoro and Ohio Railroad Company will In dorse the first mortgage bonds of the lialtimoro licit Lino Railroad Company, and that Vice-President King will have charge of the construction, means a great deal more Hint) appears upon the surface. Tho Dolt Lino Is tho scheme to tun nel the olty ofilalllmore, beginning on Howard street, below the present Itattl more and Ohio station on Camden street, running northward for nearly two miles under ground, coming out at Jones' Falls, a mtare and a-iialf west of the present I nlon Station of the Pennsylvania Railroad, continuing northward In an Inclosed cut to Seventh street, ami then on eastward with de pressed tracks to the present Haiti more and Ohio .line, near Rayvlew, a total distance of neirly seven miles. This will give the Baltimore and Ohio rapid transit through the city, will relieve It of Its present necessity of ferrying trains across the Pntapsco River at Locust Point, and will enable it to reduce Its time between Washing ton and Philadelphia and New York fifteen or twenty minute. It will give It a new equipment of stations In the best business and residence portions of Italtlmnru, ono of which stations wilt be within a few squares of the Pennsyl vania Union Station. It Is the most Important local Improvement that the Baltimore and Ohio has ever made. Tho Baltimore and Ohio has the mat ter entirely In charge. President Mayer Is now In London arranging for the taking up of some of the bonds by English capitalists. The Issue is ex pected to be sja.OW.OOO. IlAlileil a l'oker club. A raid was made last night upon the Pelican Club, No. -115 Thirteenth street northwest. This raid was made by Officer Ulock, Acting Lieutenant Uovle and Officer Weedon. A game of poker was in progress, ami William 11. Seye, the proprietor, was placed under arrest. Three of the players James William son, George Thomas and Charles Wat sonwere held as witnesses. It is claimed that the raid was made at the instigation of a young hub's family, who has been spending too much time ami losing too much mosey la the place. Seye was bouml over to the grand jury In $800 bonds in the Pollee Court this afternoon. . I. .V Saw llulal. Colonel C. C. Leister was in tke eity yetteiday and closed Mqfotiaiiow for a lease of the bw hotel building at the intersection of Tenth and II streets northwest. It will be known as the Hotel Lincoln, and will be opened as a family hotel about October 1. Colonel Ltitttr was formerly proprie tor of tke Hotel Langkaw and has re cently had charge of the Sheldon House at Ocean Grove. KejuuUt fr Uvvwur, Dovkk, Dbx., Aug. 18. Robert J. Reynolds will probably he nesnlnatesl for Governor on tke nrt ballot at tke con vesUioa this afternoon. Kx-necreiary Bayard, who to a delegate, to in eoav stutattoai with tke nnrty leadete, m1 tke result of tke eonie rents will be de veloped in tke convention, IVitl Slave to tUUtni U Utah. Honest G. Bullto, tke Inventor, who wee esmrjted lest week with nsstalnitm money under false neetessaee, kns been arrested on a requiatttuei horn Utah on tke snsne ckaf gut. W4a Miiilmly. lbs. Koutlnknnd I'm nf tfieji yost aw geisut to he tv ef otsf nAnentsJlffHinfty, itfy AknttoJs. I skaM tnk ttkn cane to 1 elect a ncesty girl for you. &I. ikaUobr Itofk test I won't irtwkte you, Ida. FtmennkjwaL Yost know we ClstonyMAss? nee sennnlnnnesl to 1 unfit lor ouanseneA vvisi tstnn nsn toinae anaAM 'ens sjad I'll geusrnnane I don't geTtoft. Tke YMMe Vntesno. from twjt. "Ssnitkeft' Ssninlnnf to e tettoud artist." 'snstund artUt, ck( Mffejr, ke to only 91 yews old." Jrkl w tot. kua vu nsin't knne to . . . .. - . : i-., Be very auu veisMc IhannV iter mm - u this bntking suit de rigutujrf 'Yea. It to orn by nil wko axe ia tke kwiut." But I vent to uy out of tkeswitn-' Ha. UlnatoWs noirtkhig feau ttouM siw b ami tur t-nfldien teeinlBst It kuvUlc tiw OilM, aUUsui Uie UOU, Sie til ytHit, tuic wuul JL., HI.J it 1b lh IwaS ROOSEVELT TALKS, FAY9R6 OKI 90MMIS81MJW, AMI tiat nk m. mmx. Vetetintnz t Itewmvnls nmt Apmtlnt-mMh-Utn Wot Ulro n dlvil Ifenltin I.Mt Other lestimsny. ThflntwrtgnUoB Into Civil Serrtce nethorit wW ensisffrite'tl this nwrnltig by the Hrmsc eetnmlttn, Mentm Lyman and Itowsrelt reprenentlnf the Oom tnlssloB. Mr. Roosevelt wns given a chance to explain methods ami answer qneatlons. He intrortneed his remarks by an etilosy npon the Civil Service law and the Commission. Mr. Roosevelt was In favor of one Commissioner at -W.OOO a year, rather then three at f3,WO. lint, under the present circumstances, It would be better not to change, since, under a single Commissioner, the public would not believe In the non -partisanship of civil service. A perfectly Just Com missioner would be hard to find, but, under the present Administration, Gov ernor Thompson would be an excellent heed. He then, in answer to Mr. Stone's request for a list of removals, gave the following data representing the appoint ments and removals In the classified service: Last year of Arthur's adminis tration, removals, 3R; appointments, 878. Cleveland's administration (four years), removals, 190; appointments, 1100. First year Harrison's Administration, Removals, 188; appointments, 380. Of the removals under Harrison, 01 were appointees of President Cleveland. In Cleveland's administration 8 per cent, of the 373 of Arthur's ap pointees were removed. The following Is the percentage of changes under the first year of Repub lican postmasters In the following cities; Indianapolis. .14; Denver, .10; New York. .08; Jersey City, .10; Chicago, .07 The follow ing Is the estimated removals for the last ten months of Republican rule: Milwaukee, .03; Philadelphia, .11; Newark, .07; Syracuse, .38; Albany, .98. The percentage of removals In post offices under the first year of Cleve land's term: lloston, .07; Rrooklyn, .11; Philadelphia, .20; New Haven, .01; Al bany, 43. In the first year of tho present Administration 72 per cent of the cm-, plcycs in tho postotllco at Troy. N. Y., wore discharged. The Commission Investigated these removals, oxjiectlng to find them to have been made for po litical reasons. Hut after careful In vestigation they found that all the re movals had been Justly made for neg lect of duty. Mr. Roosevelt Indignantly denied that the present law tended toward a civil pension list. It would lm greatly to the detriment of the service If men were appointed for a certain term. He considered Mr. Hopkins' suggestion that the record of the clerk should be considered for reappointment was a good one. At 1 o'clock the commitlee took a re cos until 2:! W. QEARY ON FORCE ELECTIONS. Untrmnr (Jonrj'n I'rnlrit Aunlnut liny- nnot lilnctloim In 1H70. fttm Otam'i Aitnuui JtoMgv, 1871. The employment of United States troops at elections, without the consent of local and State governments, hae recently received considerable attention and reprehension. It to regarded ae an Interference with the sovereign rights of the States which was not contem plated by the founders of the General Government and If persisted In must lead to results disastrous to peace and harmony. The practice Is one so seri ous lulls character and so Injurious In its tendencies as to merit prompt considera tion ami decisive action, not only by the General Assembly, but by Cm Kress. - At'the last October election United Statee troops were stationed at Phila delphia for the avowed purpose of en forcing the election laws. ThU was done without the consent or even the knowledge of the civil authorities of either the city or the State, and with out any express desire on the part of the citizens, and, as far as can be ascer tained, without existing necessity. From a conscientious conviction of its Importance I have called your attention to this subject. A neglect to have done so might have been construed as an in dorsement of a measure that meets my unqualified disapproval. The civil au thorities of Pennsylvania have always been ami are still competent to protect its citizens In the exercUe of their elec tive franchise, and the proper and only time for the United States military forces to intervene would be when the power of the Commonwealth U exhausted and their aid Is lawfully required. 1 Look Tbat Way. Frmt ltd Xtv 1 ort Hetl I When Ike government of a nation U told by the accredited Minister of an other nation tkat if it does a certain thing it "will be held responsible for the consequences," is not tkat a direct Ikientr And if tke threatened govern ment refsnlne under this menace from doing what H pur pot sit to do, is not auek action tot the nature of a backdown? Maktt Up. Prat Jtutet. 'tkuugn 4u way quarrel, Homu'ut tkav Kit ium. ate sure 10 "mane en ' , , -.-w- .. they go on the stage. fllatfttiedwi Died. Kir UMOl -At Mlltua, V N . A Ihtt. Ui inn wa sear of u am. stev Saunaer Lincoln. Utbcr or r. X. 4.uuai A mure ec tats cur. VOWAMPat ker Mother's rwUiB.a, In How tie tonus;, ai umt 2. uat. attar of aix ,'Bt. JUS. err X Howard, wife of tiSdtensnsMnssT Obnntr. Mr fiiuwf iBTM and Matilda a a eaeeeteror ttu lata Waaler JMraett, ana a slater ef can nan nvneru. , u. UW. at w 15 p. av. u 01 tne taw isusnee rule. V. &iUaUJUSt.-iJB .tueiMt . lamtiftp.m..nry anon ss nwttiasanu av Yaaatal "ham wiiilenne, on Ua- cute arena above s p. rnetios 3ve invitee to at luxustW, laiaUl EJtal C. " l and Wean aw, reaBgetfaHv la u attend at renvt up nrnemisajai 1 k. m-bunt ah tau rajtawaini gint new a attest iunnmt. KUl BTKUt.-Ou Aiutut WW. after a taurt iliaea of eart faUutB, Fiaae aVuaW trle. Med 4 yaaw ! auatfejt and daia. rwsccal 4 u. at . aoiun U. faesn ale ieu anUtMSu:e. set a atnset senahennt. TlaMiilcn. - Ou aituat ii. IBM). Su cluck. Jx- ViujAift, belwued ie uf UeaM Twnar. JrVaeralUusB knrlateaMalaniie. Kjttttt twtnas W ana O cutanea Tuesdej. u aiiBt u Kviativo and frieniM manecttulir Bit.t. va'K -ou Homier momm.. auu. w. law, . aai .! a Vance, in the T3u ctrui lu- vullioJ iiuui tii- Ul lt.idciu.t: V 1 ,i5 aauunar. tuSsnanAnl BI'ECIAT. NOTIOR. TBg rgBHHTOllF. 1WW5S or rs AMnWCATS ssrrimTT AlTO THWST CO.. iwsrtng tnterrt t TtV r1t cartfT-gpne-ante seat annnaiir,gmeA wertotetfmfin he Anv ASTAGB8 f Hint fwrm of nrtwt nwnt ovr rterds of tnirt are: . 1. Th turehaser h set Wintsned Wit the osrc of any pspsn save the bone Itself- i. NntiixesTi4(lnwniwetolnnk after. 3 Thcmterett Is pM on the DA? It IS DfB. 1 The bones sre seenreil by rf deeds of trnst nrm real estate m the rlt pnrtehtnir teif, nrjTatlnt eever lees than $i,ewi, nt ttn-rropertles npon whtch the tnwts ar placed aMTeeate a iftlli" ralm of abont jiT.ona. . Th trusts are afslened .over to and tlced In thr bands nf the Rest Rotate Title tnTT cemnfianr of Ihe WKtflet of Oolnm Ma, as trnftees for the bondholders, with nnwwto wli at once and dtstrltmte anion the bondholders hi ee tWs oompanj- de fanlts In rf nienf of either prlnelpat or In terest npon said bwnls. S The. bonds are farther eeTed bj lira ranttal of this eomnenr, S1,WW, and Its lanre sweta. 7. Theeenrlty helnit npon aa afsreiratloii nf rrorrth)s In valnes nwirty donwe the en tire rerlea of bonds a shrlnkaee In the vatno of any partlenlar property wontd still leave a larite inrpttn of rocntHr. Series An. S. dated Anatnt t, 189, In de nominations of SI.CD0, mm and firo, formte at par and accrued Interest at the offices of the eompanr, 141V (l street, northwest, A . T. WlfTTON, ifBRCT B. MnTJOTBR. President. Treasnrer Aniitr KjprmrrjtcT Yotmt.VKs ArAiST TTrilOIP AWU MALARIAL fBVKHff. The Alrarea rHstnfeetAnt Company l pre pared to ftimlratn asd dIMnfeet all pretnms invadrd by typhoM and other malignant ami contatrlnns feve'. . . ... Ak yonr dmrrHt or rrocer for the ALVA KEgti.o88TAi) enwroot, msisntcr AJTT. Price. SPp. ami Si per dot. Tor far ther Information ai dress the Company, nt M9 T t n. w. auS.lm 3l7"WJtr SOT HAVK TOt'lt SlttnTH 'xp matte by ono of tna most celebrated ontters m America I Prlcen same as thoo tblrd-rate eutters charge F. T. HALL, DOS F stn w. Ksr-TKXtronAHV OFFICE OF THK KB WASII1NOTOJI LO.VN AMD TltUST COJU'ANY. 1C01 F streot n. w. CAriTAL f 1,000,000. This company tones FertlSeates of deposit bearlnr Inlerest as follnws: On atl amounts dctsflel for ninety dAys or more, bill ei than lx monttis. 3 per cent, per annum; St per cent, on deposits for more than alx months, bnt I ess tbaaa yearand4 percent, on deposit of ono year or longer. feeured Investments for sate. Money loaned. W. 11. ItOmSON, Pec. B. n. WARNBII, Pres. nniBcrrons: Charles n. llalley, Oeome F. Sohater, James L. Ilarlour. John A. Hamilton, Oeorre B. Ilartol, Thomas Somerville, lllchnrd W. Clay, John A. Svropo, lloraco B. Camming. J. S. SwornHtMt, J. J. DnrlliHtton, Hattersley V. Tathott, John Joy Ednn, neoree Traeedell, (buries J. Faulkner, 1). It. Warner, Albert F. Fox, A. A. Wilson, O, C. Oreen, L. I). Wine, William H. uttrley, 8. W. Wooitward. John 11. Lamer. Clta. Ilenl. W'ltklneoe, A. S. Wc-rthlnaien. a51 nr ths AMKRICAU SKOTHITY AI) TRUST COX I'ANr. A T. llHlTTOJf, l'resltent. West M Fifteenth street, between L awl M. Will be o?n to recelre Furniture. Car rlaaes, silverware, llrlt-a brao. Htatiiary, Wine, Trunks of LlnOilng. and va'iiaMeaof all kinds on fttoraee. Aucnut l 1"W. Separate Ixeknl Iron Compartments. 8ieclI Ficllltle for btoni of Mlverwaro, Pianos, Mirrors, picture, aad Hooks. ftooda of All Description Carefully Packed aad Mot ed without trouble to Owner. Tlte only Absolutely Fireproof MuHtthu Jn the elty not owned by tneUovertitaont. ller Ulc pam door. Term and full Information obtained at Oflee American Securltyaml Trust Company, 1 UK ( street northwest. ALBKKT M. UKI), Oeneral Manager, Warohotno Dept. Kxy Aitents ta Warbtaston for TTIBWHirriER BLKVATOK Of IkMtOR. TOE HBhT ELBVATOR t.S THE WORLD. Over W bare been put Into the best build Inns la Wasblngtoa lu tlw last two years by ua. Katlmates promptly famished. Also agaats for the Worthlnetoa Mmm Punptoe Mactoln Jry. Also Ueneral MaobiutU and KaelntMn. A lanre stock of Breumki aoU Uoiters, Pump and Elevator on hand. WarertwaM from lo)i to 1W6 Seventh street southwest. ggrDR. whitb, chiropodist, HIS renoa. ave.,oppoHe Wlllard's notal. TbouuBd from far and near vMt Dr. White for relM from and avoidance of aora, bun Ion, dteeewil nalis aad all other foot trouble. Hours, 8 a. m. to S p. m. sun days. Slol. natabttohad MSI. Fw.fl, jgpr-J. WILLIAM LKK (aneeessor to Hanrr Lse's See), UNDERTAKEN. M3PA.AVB.N.W.. South BUa. Braach Qke, IW Maryland ave. t. w. pCHARTBRBD BYCONOKBi ttW. FIIAMCL1M IXSUKAXCK CO. OF WASHIJJQTOJI. D. C. CAPITAL AND isUHPLUe, lS.Cee. Has nsver toatted a loss by Bra. but always make prompt and liberal adimlmaaU. Dr. Daniel . I wrke. ftm't. Gaoriio S. Lataoa, vke-pras't; Csarl S. tSradlsy. traa.; 1. Feo kk Ywumt, Mc'y; Will P. notaUr. au't etfy. iaSS.Hm KSr-LADIE! LADlBfit LAD IB! 3E' Mr. UeCafferty I the only bat aad boBnat-fraaM nuaufaotarer in taa etty. Call and mw her saw snane. MysMsMC aad preaatas. Straw aad fwt hats altered to toe latest styla. Orders ereeajJ aueadad to. fKKSONAL. AJiTUm.mU umltr IMi tuJ.Awttucr lu, -A rmtt Sar tmt inifrglrtiif- m rtsafi Sir tkrM t MY rUikON ANXIOUS TO DibPObE J of (uod sacoatl baad Piano at raasuu able prfaia mar And a purulu or by addras iat A. . ' CrithTonl. a TOWn THS HS1K. WE WILL PAY Mc aninejr' tor aaati nrat-ela mo-eM-aenaT nlathiac Idaraa or eatl at jvtirvi oldstJkd. sis d . . w. LttoT A Nil FOVltlS. r OttT-aMAU. GilKBJI BKAJIKUUI LAOS Lf ub. tonraaf olover. witb dtnaaond een trea. Baward if laf t at ue K 1 ase n w. Mt T OaT-Al.l"ST7. WHITB SBTTtB IMXi, lj Mat'k Uh buu-k ear: bad ua collar wfib tag u . A UbaraJ raarardwUlbu ijivrB if rttmuad to r O t a w. after 8 p u- rHIK liALB MIClSLLANttlft. A aJaarf ttii tHthr tM$ hmd, tmr Ututor taw, S( ar Jav aa aasaratea. 80 saalr Jtar taN. T7OK SALB-A DAYTOii WAGON ADD L Uaxaess- sxtod a new. for $: one plat form waston for iaa. Wtsthstnw. S.3S TJtOB aALB-FIKaXY BSJBfi SABBUASD E IMvinsx Uere: Sva year uU: aud roe Bar and juniper taw Sta at n w. T MOMtY TO LOAV, -n f ukti UKBY TO LOAK OH BJUL BnTATB Oat ill fint ciaas.ssnnrttnM at losntet rata. vf t rate , bsTOod. nuereM. mm oetay woare seuaruvu tm Ihj dular whara at utMannp. an Tin ta MtmrceVgnyMMct,tlTV ill U ALL eVtt. TO LOAM Ont 8JUL snifATtl vt'turi. AT 3 AJUB Wt CBS. untr-it. TyjojUYTOtxua faW JlTsTsnTlsnfnnnlMsn tWsVKTttY BsAL ajsiTsVT. TOOBSALE VBolT IT A-Rsni OX ID J n e wateaded. ou the Una of the aV ton and Soldiers' Hubm Kallway. baintf Jt the estate uf Uut lato CUlot Jut!v '. now Luilod "KdesBHiud " a guod ott. ' fur tavuaWi Tur uarucuuar-. in , Lu'is A CHAi-ia BHOW ii. It-- WAWTKDMKt.r. rsa, So rsnfs w" ant inerrffefi,' sa renss ns avrrei rAWrnTl- ASLPBr.TwA!tA!IOTre VV to tahe rharee if pluce; rood heme; small par. s. m ffrtT.i :S, fiootf Bone, Ana- cnwia P. o. u.st -tlTAHTSP-A WDITR RTTI.RI) WottAM ) for rhambere-nrk; o- nithont Inetrm hraaee; to tay at night, a ,.ply 171.1 H St. Is.St TO- NTBn-wnrr iitnt.tnrrwMr !tn lo tbe tlnfnswwtfr ttf s MMH Ssmtl Apply to ids rth 't n . te.n .AV rAMTED-SBIIVAIST TO DOOaTiStRAt hensewnrk for a smalt fantftv at Ta- koma Psrk. Apply at Weats rjwMt. Mh snd F si- a ; references reqntmu.. l,3t Wc ASTEP-A TorSBMAS or 11 Tears old: mast have ansa sSainlWli i (TM1 t WAtTE S Pharmacr. teth and I. sts n w J1t w TANTFP-GIRtTrUTmRASD DTOBS cal housework In a private famllt: no wa nit, or ironme; must nare rererences. Apply at VQHt'istnw. J 1 , j NTED- anon CAttPBSTBRa. .r- V V ply to w. r. KtMMWu Sender. w4 10th stnw. ., li.et WA3STBD-S msTCLAsSTlSSBRS AT one. CA8TLR RSSSItlA. HIT . . , . .5 i & -- 1Mb stnw. 11, -.I WAjrTBP-WJT 15 OR IS YB.Rt OLD: one trom the eoentry preferrel. Apply to B. MILLRR, Florist. Lincoln sve, above fhttrndsry. 11, it -T A?TBD-SBT'-XBD WOMAN FOR OBK- 1 1 erai nooswwora m ramiiyor ,i;masimay nhtht and have rood reference. Apply row entn st n w, flit -WANTEP-A"IVB, KBT.tABLB 1H)MB8- 11 tic romcneral housework fori sio B st e. ! 1t r ASTKD-OOOt). STHOW1 BOT TO tlcln In blacksmith shop. Andy CHARLni IIBITMFM BB, 1SST Hth st n W. S. .1 rAXTBD-WHITB OIRL FOR LHJItT tmnseworit in a tamny o' 3; misi stay at it, (ierman preferred. ITSS 14th St. 9.3t VASTBD-COMMISSION AND MANt' factnrer' arents to accept State arency an-l represent onr accounts of German '"as slmetes; experience and reference required. Address S. T. MOCK CO.. Mllwankce, Wis. 9,at W ANTRD-COMPBTBNT WOMAN T.) nook and assist In general tenrk In small family Apply at l?8t It st s w. Mt irANTED-OIfir. 16 OR YEARS OI D, V white or colored. Inaiilre cf Mr. UUR- OKH. 4Sn nth st n w. Mt A TANTKD-WOMAN TO COOK. WASH h ...I 1... ... a..... ... ..1..1.. M.l tavla.. references. Apply lt7 trcoran st. 9, it " Ar ANTBD-OBRMAN WOMAN FOR OBN- era! housework; nonelmt those havlne best of reference need apply at 1 P st n w. Mt WANTBD - 1MMBDIATBLY -A HBLI able white man with eiceltent refr cnees to strep at office bnlldlnr and work around sam:axicd references abtolutelyes sentlal. Apply at 108 t'st n w. s.lt WANTBD-IMMBDIATBLY-A DOY TO feed printing press; moat be experienced and wIIMbb to work. Apply at 108 C st n w. Mt WANTHD- GERMAN HOY AIHlUT 14 years old to help In restaurant; room, board ami small salary to rlht patty. Call Btseensthst n w .st w ANTED-JCARPBNTBItS FORINSIDB nnisning. Appivstsisthst n w ,n rANTBD-A SINOIK GIHL TO COOK tetiulrwdtf oolored; to stay at nlyhli. WHTth 8 St AV TANTEP-nOOD 'AK)K-aii irTII T N w: refrrerefs rcHlrel. Sit -T ANTED-HIO MONEY 8BU.1NG OUR machine for ptlntlna advertising signs; most wonderful davke ever prodttced; pit ented, st-lts to every merchant: stendld am ployment: fteady work ARC MANUFAf T tltt IX CO . Haclne. W Is. hsj XT ANTED- CttLOHl D WOMAN AS WAIT- V ress and chamliermaid In a small fan lly: mint l ttxriMrbly competent and l wall recommerdeil. Apply tows 1Mb t n w. Kit w ANTBD-BYPEH1BNCBD WHITB Cook for a family of I: no washJna. Aonlv atMSethstnw. Mt AAr JASTBD-WIUTK 8BTTI.BI) WOMAN I tndocovklnr and aeaeral housework: rood wages; most stay nirht and bate jrod ref erem-e. U A pftl y a t Tie let h t a w. Mt V ANTED- -MAN AND WIFB TO TAKK rharae ot Dairy, a ntla from Houad- ary, at R. It. t itVon.wttbiriHxI wastt tint class parlies. Adilreia rARMEK, tblsorSca. Mt T ANTED - RFbrKCTAIILB GRRMAN Girl to Cook: nut have rirst-olas ref rrtncea; stay at Bight P C UARDBN.SSt Est e 7 dt AN ABLK:aDVERT1SING, INbURANCB, Safe, LleblnlnK-rod or Book Azent, or tlaporter. of oreat tavotr falre. for literary work. Jarge mlary. Wrtte London Hart ter.1 Pub. Co.. N. Y. tVANTlUI SITUATIONS. AAr rANTKD-HlTL'ATION AS WATCHMAN I bv middle aaed man. sloirlc. soNtr and wvu years' rafaranca from last amployar; country or city. iu, aucn. narun nutei, MS Pa av n w. ,st "7ANcED-nY YOl'NU MAN OF W moBth' exprrlaaoa in awroaBtila bul- aaw. a place where he will sot have to hai- dlellnuor. Lullat WUSthst. w. UM. WANTED-HY YOUNIi OLOKKDnOY. A place 'lu store or private family; rood raferpos.BAlplv at M1 L t n w. Ii.lt AV 7ANTBD-KY COLORED OIRL, PLACK i a chambermaid, codk or oaaaral houa- worker; references. Call lor ANXAH CRAWFORD. Mr. Taylor', Good Hope fllll, SBSWWMI. it .- , AV ANTED-BY KKPBCTAHIJt OOL'D I wuman. aork to do bv the dar: wajth- Iuk and iraniaif ur bout cltanisitor ona or two mn Kuwuai horna. (.auoraodrea Mr. FBYB. IMS SBd at u w. lLtt "lrANTED-BY YOCNUMAN WITH Ilorwi 1 1 aad Ufht buaiiiaa wag. o, work tor slora or anent by day or weak. For term addrc- W.:(J.wfeKBtt. lUr Md ava n a. lt.1t AY TANTa'D-BY MBSPalTABUt COLD I airi. hituatkui a Bursa or i harnhMfiaafat in DrtvatB familv. fall at ta T t hs-t Sih and Tth n S.Jt AY ,7ATE-m UiTTLBU WOMAN, Hrt I i:lascook. a nLtca uith orivata faaailv: good leftrrntea tali t jfttl L t w S.lt AY rAfcTiD-BYJalUDLa-AUBD WHITB I wi'Duu. a uiiua to took nt urrrata faio- ily. nugii 9,-tt AY AM'BD-BY YOl'Wi LADY. POalTlON I aa toBiuuiou or amreraau ta twtca SBgllsk aod anisic. Address A B ,thU of fice. M lrAKTBD- BY A BEaPEtTABLB OOL D 1 1 girt- a luaea to ou geut-ral uuuaawors at wswiuag or wvajnin goon rdttoute Call stent Mb st a a- k A 'ANTED-BY A tt'tiffCBMAN. BrTVA I sm jai,,sssr. sisruwrss 1,1 upaiM smbsm lug. plumUuc and carnsuitry; eaa give acur Ity. tin'i rncaiTstt t t s a. h.u -VlFAlrTID-itY BBafnVTAJJIJt COLT) II "WSMSSSMWVWWIHBBa,, hidiwidk b. I nil ffAwtilv. dons attfaMM.. II woataa. plata a couk or to 4o Aixtlr lulUSltthstB w .st IM sBsgngjsi,ssii.-m-tJS- ssr VANTUHhUMrMst 'rAnTBD-MY LAikUbt, i hVUOnU OSi ) saaua lour If noaainW; cne fureished, two unurui-fced, sritboBt heard, rafataaca aa cnaagad Adores. lADJEn, Paava n w. AY riiTiii-itv vmtnu uts whim 1st I a reaBan'tabla iivatv (aadli uarmaaaat ifkiiltabJai aAdresnT. Baa nt. BBilbaoaiail lnasttntai. L -lV4?sBlY hUDOLBAtsBD tAJBY, 1 or tare uaJurakbad n.una sour roan wttk boar: would be i runnaat U aunvad AddreeaJ F. BOfcAS. rfsH I t iy. njt rAiWaD-roli LADY ABTUT. aTLDiO or fnrsnahed apextsaant caageadant to Corcoran Art 1Kb. oj SartJie with tor- lsatrk. a. B. BLACSWBU. aHtOtawckat 'oAjIsee. nlsvrtha'. Vlo.yanl. Mas : refer- eacen eareangaii g Xr ASTB-Y A LADY tVMWJTAXfi t fuiiiisBad room, batweau b Sd 14th. V and X at n w: prica nut to ascaed ISO Ad ores Mr k. tbl osnee S.tt ansnaaneai, ' i',ii'nnnntnnnnaiisniniiiii,iiiiw W AaTKAt at tta: KA L A k Utat'si. stsfaaraiianianri iat cat uad, Our limtm Uu,cuUt(orm4lMrtia: U iaf r rtrs. A -UAJtttf TO fA-sTCK. Vg b It.GOXUEM. o, od H-ua llttl. U. C. VLU xrunm-omm to pastlbji at ,i cCavsifl BealaSutnuat $s ir etjauh; beat ol Mature, runuiug watar and plenty oj inaae, nana earatui actswiue AdoTt ton eatw sBanHneag, jsxyan Mrns s K. n. LamtlWE. idsk asaiat tke tarm- Tulaptvwa utaQ. Ki- A IPV ManlBsWII lOJOitsi W ntlaf ansner. gwod elesaltor arvaiesjt4 rt claan aaBaauaaUB. ha tsat FtistT BWiLasiah. nnnnsnr JBKfBBnnnnnnnweasvBSB'i m mwr sa." vtwasasrsmpamsasrssw for ent at tow rates to tint via tenant. Afplj w nTIXact UlTltUJ.3, S4u foii iuJ.UiO ,r KAB- .VA' l.hS. 8.,i WASir.n nntsM AVi ANTED V I RNIPHEP not B TOR the winter, must have at least -leeptng roosns hetMes 4 servants' rootKr. Address. with trice and fnlfpartlemsrs, P O BixWtO, Westckcsttr.fa, Jj rtK SAT.R rtmmics. fl (nysprrnyWsW ant aaaav ( fnuasr lew, r eanfr f mm mm: m em m 'ww. FltCED SAL OF AL ETATS. DO TOT WANT A "WAPf That flne old homctend. njM q a , comprising nearly soosti feet of eronnd and Aimer the most detlfhtrnf elevatlnrrs m tieoTgetown, Will be M d a sacrifice if taken soon. Trrms can bo made sarisfac tory: bnt the rretsyrty asnst be wld at onee. Key at Mr C JR. Ftckllng's once. High st, t-eorgetown write to L. O .T0WNfO5, ati-j.tf nTcnaraevlih'. ya. T?OR BALB- A BARGAIN IF wLO T I1 once &- i and uaseniellt nnca nTte; 1 roens and bath; all mod Imps; situated at No. B I st n w: mice ss.sno; terms one-third cash, balance 1.S and 1 yean. Apntr to FRANCIS HtlFTT. WW F rtnw.' feff 9 F SALB-1N ALEXANDRIA. C-R(MM frame honse.Jnst finlaMnc; nydrant In yard; tot ISXI15; snag home: i My to mBBTtT J. THOIIAS, 1Mb st. PTIC, f JSSJ. ,p- Room No Aoia pi R BALB-THRBB OF THE CHBAPBBT hnnse In Wathlnafoa. If. 108 and lie 11th st n e; two-story and basement, browa rtone trimmings; t rooms and bate; electrte bells and gas; price, M.SI each, 89 onsn balance to n!t or trade for rood lots. FOIt ItB.NT HO USBS. terTTtsrmeani myaer tjfr Atmt, nw Wsaw er scsr, Se rean? fur en wserress) se sssn ftr fAfTr, TTOR HBNT-uifrTjMNIfWEP- lilS Mass ave. l;rs and stnMe fW 00 1411 K rtnw, IS rv JCl 09 tot! Conn are. 1& rs ISfloo Itthstex.. ISrs ISO 09 ISWMstnw. ISrs 1M0D IWlltuw, ISrs 1(B lsoa nth stnw. lira WOT ltsry stnw. Ilr 1TO00 17 Pstnw.lS rs Wto TDM slstnw.l Irs no 00 S Lafayette Square, Ik rs ,- sis B st n w, lfc rs BB 717 ISth stnw, r., TSS9 1400 cbapln t n w.M rs rt 09 fWN Yaven w.lTrs W 08 sol 18th stfiw.Mrs 8S7 im seth stnw. wts. ft oo IMS o t n w, n rs Seen aat UIHyer Place. 11 rs.... (Am IllNHnw,ll rs eaoo IrtO N stnw, 10 rs (09 SI 1st st n e, 9 rs WOO 11U Lstnw, M rs SO 174AN.stnw.Srs asm fiSef n w, Wrs M 09 HI Sstn w, 10 rs W oo 14C4stonghtonst,9rs jn 09 1406Stougbtonst.9 rs SOW 1811 Rings Place, 9 rs W m im 17th stn w.7 rs 4S0O lC6Chnrlnt.9rs 40 00 smrt.7r oo lnwitthatnw.Sr teoe lsi7thstn w. strand dwg X 09 aoos tj t n w. 5 rs It M S08 ISth stnw, 5rs mm UtSNYave. irs sn oo r.wwthst n w.Srs shim 1J1 toth st n w. t rs 1VM2thttn w, s rs ssoo loitsr.thstnw.Srs st oo l.toieiststn w.Srs The above bouses can be examined by per mit from our onme mly. TIIOMAB J. F1SHBR A CO., lS4Ft. n. w. IT'OR RBNT-TWO BR.ND NBW 8IX I: room frame house, high ind dry loca tion; near ehuiehes and publle school in ITntocto-ve. laoulre of A.tlBHRBND, 4811 stn w KOlt niJNTUOO.MI. 1rHewnatr wwtsr (At Aattf, fearHssM r Ut, raatr fr m t4trHn: SO tmtitr SScm. I70R RBST-B17 1JTH ST N W. 1 II ND I. some parlors on id floor anil two lit Hoor rooms, uafnr pished H, It FoRKBNT-BlTHRR lONdNiHiMii IM. ccnvenlenve fur houekceiing. oil I st s w. II F' OR RBNT-NKE1.Y PVKNHHRO Room near Ooverument Printing Office-, with or without board Apply 714 N Cap st, list I?OH KBNT-FL'RNIHHBD OR UNFUR ' nlshed 1 nice, large third story rooms; also basement, dining-room and kitchen; near line of oar. Apply to 141 A st n e. ll.St F 'OR RBNT-FURNIHHED FRONT AND back room for hoiisekeeninr or with board If desired. Apply l.l tltb M u w. ll.1t T70R RBNT-S NICE 3D STORY ROOMS, J. unfurnished, with bath and gas, hot aud cold wattr: facing park: also a nicely fur l Ished parlor bedroom, south front. 713 K t a w. ll.it F OR RBNT-1 UM4GK MX'TII FRONT UN famished room and S rear room, fur- nlshed; all ti.nvanianoa: iwrfect repair; gen tlemen preferred; Northern private tamlly. Wl B st b w. ll3t I?OR RENT-FURNISHED. DELIGHTFUL ; room: fine locality; convenient to i-ars; prlvata bath; with or witbont boird: to 8S6. aas FarTBgnt acinar n w. UM F OR M NT-Sea STHSTN W-ROOMSBN sulfa or alui: laraa south f ruat room. with, alcove, by weak or month; near Patent Omca and park: new bun; with or without ooaru ti.st l.-'OR BENT-S PLEASANT ROOMS TO I' gentlemen at moderate prise; rafer enea raciuired. 14W Corcoran it. ll.St F OK hENT-AT I4K9TH ST N W. 1 LANXJE room. . boot. 1 ninoowa. rnmlsSiad: communicattag room, uufurnlabad, and 1 room. 3d floor, front, uafBraiabad, for gen t lemon. i,t I ?OR KENT-NICETY WNHHBOl) Story ; trout room, tit; hail room adtoiniag, 1; also third story frout loom, $h. m E t n w. it. FOR HENT-IAKtiK. PLEASANT PHONT rooms; In room, with board. S3; kitwta room. Sis, on 8rt floor; 1 large room, suitable for inva'id. on 6nt floor. Sag tath st a w. Il.1t pi R RENT-FUBNISHBD-3 LAHOK tXMB- muueating rooms, water floor: fur ts.Lt katuekeeolait if ilasired: la a aaw. Snt cIaai;Sltiern)oiitb;not.hiIdrco iiu ktstaw n.it FOit ttSNT-JfM D ST X W.IBOOstS ON D Boor, singly or au Milte; oath row Jid porch oa una noor: family of adults; rWcr anca rifbsagwl 9.tt TTKrK MBMT-'litKlSHBi-OKE LARUE V snd una -srall louuwlta uUiaats; can trai loaalloit Ml F at a w. Sit lOat RBXT-i Bt lOMfl. I'NVVitNtSHBII. it bmsi-kaat4a, to par 1. Apnlylo WISH stnw. 1' suitable lor luht tins without uiidraa. Mt E TOB BEXT-1014 tTH JTNW.JU FLOOtt, front room, with ai board: bar-win J. it I710K BENT-3 I'hKURmSUBD LOMnlNl V catljig rooau. suktable for tight aoue kaaatag Apply aS L st b w Mr TJtQjR KfnrT-tsSl X i AVB X W. J ItNFfJB J? olhed ooBiiniiBicatiiig rooms: nrt Soor, g trior, bad and hail or uartot huoaa: Brivat mlly, noma comfort; near four linn ol caw Ml XMiJt BUrT-OWB LARGE FIBST FLOOC X taraa-wltiilmaail rooai. oae issnll ensn- mauk-atiua room, with thraa wtnaosMst front room an4 hawk room, at 9 K t a w two w SUAKUDta. A r COUJX, BOSMEJU.Y OF u4 H ST ill u w. naa irniiMvrrau ner nenea Buara-njg-houacto tall Bat DW.tdoora fromN Tbaatra. FaBaiua Boawmots. rougM, atawt. vary good French dinner, with taut Sue. board bg weak. ll.M COlXTIiY htOAHU. riSttOSB WtatUaVS BOAtU) NBAB MsH'X 1 tala can and large, plaaaaut ruotn with good tabic board at Bkslratprka by 4 ll.W T4sUJ VjLStmjfM AfGrs ASO 13 Saptcnjber; rate. 998 moathlr; a saOa from taiioo;eoBvayaniarttrBlhad back and forth. Addia Boa U, ltuowU.-. il. U.at VXXEX BOARD IX SMTOst-stOOntS an J board ia it aaaaUprivatw boardlast utf Lai I'oL.lev Sauaru. Tmaliv duuen. Lui Art Xuseiuu , tarns trum X to tit per sitk iiMiLorj rattreuuea excaaunea Addi-ts a B X -T at Jamas c. B-k Biy Bostou, Maa 11 "t rtiaUUC ox rob u tnTLKauN can i tto l t-uri- ulegMti' rovtaw aast noard in prl vile family is t U u, Ttbatoj-t, jriui annda and tennhi iomt AJJras SalADE, tnts ottica E 0hVEU.XT tOtSTWf 1 about aix .TaultJs. Acs.lUt naui half u-iiia. Adu ""?..; Ad-irtsj. W. Z Gl bnrg. atuatgomer y 1 ouAt, stxeo DttoisAW-E iu nam vuom 1 vacaat t llarrts BcUse. near tUon and yorcaBvilla. Loudaun 1 1 unty a tM EVE htm STAIX Ut..l E. (WO O nVLl' Kldgc Bl.'UEt,i i-. .-r.ujJ eocry, r.iad. a1.k go. J a b,iad,i,ni.cof i tti:'k t,bickec v.. - & 'jgv im-"-tii.e 11, :c.-- K . A TEH-- -- WUVSg) FOM nth of mlii a& ntauk; cbililrru tSeWB. Clark wa. r. cti'ii s.tirs W ATI 1 IFFE, DAHR ft CO , Am tloneers. traora ite n w. VWIANDUfVi TAVBRTV TnlRD STREET lstTrTrnwBeT. By vfrtne of a decree of the Supreme Court of the District of ,ilnmhia nasged on .inly n, !.". conlty cans No. inw, docket No it. I win sell at rnbife ancttnn. in front of the piTtils. -b THURSDAY. AI or IT rotJR TFENTH, 1W. at HAT.FPrr ftrt'R rvriiifR p Jf.iot awmhered nine tth In happltear end fvMh)ns recorded snhdl- llon of lots lettered 'X" and "B - In De snghart's recnrrH! snhvtlvlslon of original lot nnmbered one (lh m srinare nntnber forty three (43V This grrond Is Unproved by s tbtantiel two story btick hnnre In good repair, 1 a corner lot mm ht very Ttrable In every wy, cither for a hnte, m vestment, or sfmealn Hon. ON ?na fMrtOAT AJtlinATll AT n hf PAST FtVB 0CtorK P. H., In front of the prerr Ise. I trill cll at nnbBo suction part of lot nnmbered fmirteen !) In qnare awmherrd seventy two rrsi, begin nlng for the same on Twenty first street trest thirty-ronr tat) feet from the northeast cor ner of said lot numbered fourteen (Hi and run ning thence srmth on sm Twenty first street Phreteen 19 feet and sis (Si Itches, thence wet at right angles with said Twenty-first street one hnndn d W0)feet and Ave (S) Inches, more or less, the depth of sntd lot, thence north on the west line of sntd lot nnmbered fourteen (ID nineteen (18) feet and six tm Inches, thence east In a straight line to tic place of beginning. This ground Is Improved by an old Frame Hone, In tenentable repair. The Lot Is partlcnlarly valnnbte.ln a desirable location. with a recently-opened alley In the rear and with all municipal Improvements. W ith Lot 0. In snmre 4a. is an appurtenant right to the free nse of and right of way over the alter In the rear of the said Is Both nvmee are nnder rent and are ylcM Ing an excellent return Terms of sale: one third nf the purchase money ht cash, the balance ht on and two veare. evidenced by the promissory totes of the purchaser, and secured by firn mot wage or deed nf trnst on tbe nrorartv said, fie ferred payment to bear Internet a. the rate ofSrertent per annum until patd. Terme of le to he compiled with within ten days from the day of sale, othef wise the tnwtae will resell at the risk awl coat of thsi default ing purchaser, alter public notion. In Ms dH cretkn, A deposit of S on each lot will be required when tbe propertv Is soM. All entleysnclne aad title examining to be at the cost of the purchaser. The pi einlsos may be Inspcclcd upon application to the ttesfce or the anctloneers. THOMAS M. riBLIW, Trustee, No. Ml D st. n. w . anrf t. Washington, II. 0 rittiPOSAUi. f)ROPrmAL8 FOR PARCHMBNr.-WAR J Department, liippIrlHvlsliin, Washing Ington, D. C. August I. lafiO.- mll pro posals. In duplicate, snhleot to the ttrrat citatlltltins, will be received at this olYloe until IS o7clock noon. MONDAY, flSPTRM BBH1, lsw. lor furnishing this Ih-pattment with 5.9te sheets of parchment, Wxis In., ae Per sample, to be had upon application at the office of the nnderslaned. The Depart ment reserves tbe right to reject any or all bills, and lo waive defect. Proposals mtutt be Inclosed In sealed envelopes, Indorsed on the outside "Proposals for Parchment," ami addressed to Jt. H. Thorp, Chief, Supply DIvHos. augI.lS.ll,lM&ni PROPOfAt.8 FOR riHCHASB OF RAW Hide Trunk. PoatoSHca Depattment Washington. D C . August It, ISSO. feparnte sealed proposals will he received until noon on WBDNB8DAY. AUGUST ft, ISM, for the purchase (in lots of ten or more) nf 109 mw bide ttnnks, formerly purchased, at a cost nf $1. each, none of w hit hare mnoh worn and many not at all. AH bid should be marked "Prnpal for I'nn-haelng Trunks" nd ail dressed to "Disbursing Clerk of the PustunV-e Department, Washington, D. C," at whose office the bids will be opened at noon on the 1.7TH OF AIOIKT, IS!), In the presence of Mililtrs. and where d sample trunk may be en. (A samplu may also be seen In the pnstofhecs st lloston, New York. Phlladel hla. Lbk-agit and Cincinnati.) 'The right Is rcrervnl to reject -any or all proposal. JOHN WANAMAKBR, Postmaster Ganeraf. attll,IUw,gw LAYING AhPHALT PAVEMENTS -Ito-puals for Improving Streets and Ave nne In the City of Washington. D v. Office of the Commissioners. D. CV. Washington, D. ('.. August ft. llM.-Seuld Proposal will he received at this Office until U o clock to on SATURDAY, AVOtlrT 90, ISM, for Improv ing Street and Avenue with Curb, Gutters, Mdewalk ami Boadway Iavemeuu. Blank form of Proposal and Specification oan be obtained at this Office upon application therefor, together with all necessary In formation, and only bid upon the form will be ronslderrd Tbe right Is reterved to relet t any and all hid or part of bids. J. W. DOl'otASB. L. G. IIINeTH. M. ROBERT. CoinmlMloners, D. C. auoat J" AYING ASPHALT BLOCK PAVBMENTS. Proposal for Improving Street and Ave nue IB the District of Columbia. Orricg or th ConnusuosBa D. C , WiNion. D C, Aug. V tssn. Sealed proposal will be reoalvad at IM oBlce until U o'clock m. on SATURDAY, AUGUST SO. istsj, for Improving streaU and avenue with curb, gutttr, sidewalks and roadway pavements. Blank form of proposal and saaoiBcaUon cau be obtained at this otneaapon applica tion therefor, together with all necaavsary in- foraatioG, aid on will ha consdrl a oaiy ma upoa taasa loras Tha rbfht la f uinvtid to reluct anv ami all bid or part of bid. j. vt . wmuLU, L. G. niNE. II M ROBERT. f.tmmls.toaet It C. auCSt ftllt SALK AMI IIHNT. T eal estate xuujrrnT'' THOMAS X. WAGiJAMAN. 1I F street. Cnaaga made Wsstaeadav aast Sntntaafs, VnTORY BRICK AX PKAME HOVSn MHI SALE. lfcl.tuw.bb,LWr ISWH0 jm tiat o w, n n. mi.wr jphj nts Indiana ava a w,nn,r Tjtnt isa Mas sva n w, t b, r r.JSS 141 BwiastaryatB w.f kin 7.1) a I stew. bh. 11 r ajH hCSMh sta w, bh.ml,kr 4,74 141eN JavaB w.f B.S rs JJ ltsgssthst b w.ba.ra IJss) Allay bewcan1tanlsVal.XasVtXt BW.bh.Sr Ue MrTOXY BRICK AMU FfAMB BOUfsBS FOB 11JS seth st n w. f nVtna! and 4 anaa rear. 4 r auck tSJfO lillD st u w7f B.S r Hm sssBiorarsinw, is,) a vat 14W SSlbit B W, b h, r J aWtotllBaartaDarBW.bh. 4 re ajhsS 14; and lnssXwUsoa at aw, I a. t ra. in 1 d s rsu . ... sal tSSBBlstnw. bh. 9rs W Vstnw.fb.tr asnttusta w,bh. Srs A lli-y bat fc and 7th, L and X at n w, f b.4 r UXDIPilOVnsl IThUXJrTY MMt UAiJt, lVthtBW.i.S0 mm .. 2 rs .. 1 rs ITS . J 30 rssa aa m aasi w as aw s v "- "- ua aad -" t. juth aad list etB w I at aeust. batxaadOsUB w . i 13 st. bat Canal aast c at n w Xm nmsjifiaai Man wbmt Sxtotlso Utaw.Urs 3511 Cstnw. taw SB TUlMhstB W.Hn s truutnstnw.svnt e eat tth stnw. lias. aef tswcoreoiajistnw. nfse- S HgcnsagannssBw, was ew iHFinWenw.BS- mm lsav K at a w. 7 r. , 41 lSttKiggsstB w.sr wet svi'j H itB w. 7 r W U)LtBW.Stn it SB ussnsatM taw. Bits e st a e. r bits Sth t a a, M WCxinfa SS Bcfrea ntl a.lu afB!stVr.:::::;:::::;::::-: i3BstBa.3r , nt fgBfraaiav, tr V T.sTiW COMtnaaatOkWit or tMUttha. Ife . ht U u a o DnMiM voat AU. tuux suit Tt-'t -las. tMlt vt CDB- Ba..' Part lots. Est. bat tath aad 1. a , ssw nsn aaa man sss a w 5 st. hat uS and fiS ant n w Bh..wtM an? Vats aw- . :th st. bat Band at a v.. .. seth t, ntl aasi Mats a w. U Bv Ssltaadl, tkSsaJk KsBBnBBeEntBnSBAlM I fenfelentttV nSilnesan9nttatiV AM BnnMI iMtMbtl UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION yer a Million DISTETBUT1D. L.3.. O, Louisiana Stale Lotleij Co, IrcrpTrated by the Leglslntnre far elnca ttnnnt and charitable tssrnoses, anH Its fran chise mnde a part of the prssent Btnte Oo Mltnthm, in 1879, by an eennweaa-Mtaw mrc LARVem. its GRAND BXTRAORITtNARr BRAW 1N4XA bake nt ,sjwrl-Arinlly Unee and December), ami It GRAND SlWMjt MOM BRR DRAWING) take plaee In eneh of the other ten months) in the year, and are all drawn In pnhtte, at the Academy of Mnslc, New Orleans, La. "We do hereby certify tnt we sneer vise Ihe arrangement for alt ton Monthly and Bnrnl-A etrnal lH wmg of the LoisMana State Lottery Co., and ht pernn mamge ami eon trot the ernwtngs tlimnnliss. asrd tent the same are convtneted with honesty, fall it sss and in good faith toward alt parte, and we authorise the company to nee this certlBeale, with fee srmllea of onr signature attneuet!. In Its advertisement." Cntomlsslotiers. We tbe Undersigned banks and bankers vrill pay alt prte drawn In the Lowkdaaa Btnte Lotteriea wbteh may be ptasantsd at oer counter.: R. M. WALMbXBY. Prest La. Nat. Bank. P. LANAtTX, Prea't (state Nat. Mnek. A. BALDWIN. Prest N. O. Nat. Bank. ( ARL KOHN. Pres't Union Nat. Beak. rawing IA ILL TAKE I LACK AT TUB ACADEMY OF MUSIC, New Orleans, TUESDAY, SEPTEM BER 9, 1890, CAPITAL PRIZE, $300,000. m Meis ai Vt Mmt S19i Qoadefs, SS: Ms, U TweniietbSt SI. LIST OF PRIZES: 1 rUR op jjusjate u snase 1PMUKOP leajavJi KM,000 IPBIBKOP fktt StVMO lPtuaKOP awtwht , PttURttOr- Mutntare .( tPUSBSor WSsJare. avaw nt PsiUtntor LMstsre BUM) we pRiEBnor Miare. 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