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TIIE DAILY CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 15, 1HW).
AT THE CAPITOL. TAOT01YB8 WAY TO T?18 RIVER AND HARBOR BILL. (MHE&MM mm m a scheme Wntoh Will Bnralt ibe fr&ttlint PnWie. Tbe Tariff Mil wm Infii aiitte In the denote this twrnilnv, ami mi motton of Mr. Fry tl Rlrtt ami Harbor Wtl wm taken up. Sir. Hampton baring aitl Mr. Frye to allow him to have a bill taken up for action, Mr. Frye ox ctisetl himself for declining to do so, and mid that he had asked the Finance Committee to let him have two days for the consideration of the IUver and Har bor bill today ami t )-morrow and that he should ask the Senate to remain in cession tomorrow until the Mil was finished. IN tub hoots. The House this morning Immediately after the reading of the Journal consid ered the conference report On the In dian Appropriation bill. Mr. Perklnj had charge of the report. District In Congress, During the consideration of the Illvcr and Harbor bill this morning Mr. Fryo offered an amendment in roferenco to the Long Urtdgo and Riving the Dalit moro and Potomac Itftllroad Company authority to ciianeo the alignment of Its track on Fourteenth street. Mr. Edmund, made the point of order that the amendment was general legis lation, nnd was out of order In an ap propriation bill. After discussion the matter went over without determination. Neither District Committee met to day, the House Committee falling to get a quorum. Taking n Itest, Senator John II. Mcl'licrson will go to the Jersey seashore for a fow days' rest whllo tho Illvcr and Hnrbor bill 1, under consideration. He will return In time to resume his control of the debate on tho Tariff bill. THO LONO PUBLICO. tin cajidth's idba for Tim urnrfit OF TUB TIIAVELINO PUBLIC. During tho last Congress Ileprc sentatlvo Caruth of Louisville, Ky., one of the brightest men in the House, urged Postmaster-General Dickinson to cause to bo established, under the au thority given him by law, receiving boxes for mall matter at nil the railway stations of the country whoro a post nfllco 1h nmlntnlned. In support of the Idea Mr. Carautlt was liackttl by the request of tho varl (U9 divisions of the Travelers' Pro tcctlvc Association of the United States and filed resolutions from those bodies before the Postmastcr-Qeneral- The convenience of the arrangement com mended It to tho traveling public. Ity this means the business man or trav eler desiring to mall a letter, would not be compelled to trust to tho uncertain kindness of some Idler or stranger who happened to be about the depot, but can place It with his own hands In an authorized mall box, to be collected by some recognized officer of tho Govern ment Itccently there has been soma revival of talk In favor of tho establishment of thcio boxos, and to carry out tho Idea Mr. Caruth yostorday Introduced a bill to amend tho aot eo as to niako it tho duty of tlioToetmastor-Guneral to cause theso receiving boxes to lie placed in all the railroad stations where a postoftlce Is kept. The bill Is referred to the Committee on Pottolllcee ami Past 1 loads. "WILLIAM WALTER PHELPS. J1E WILL NOT RUN FOR CONOURb THIS YEAR WILL REMAIN MINISTER. "William "Walter Phelps will not re sign his present position as Minister to Germany to run for Congress again as has been rumored. Phelps' district is at present represented by Mr. BeckwItU of Patterson. Mr. lieckwltb Is a candi date for tbe nomination a second time and will probably be successful. He recently received a letter from Sir, Phelps In which he Inclosed some newspaper clippings which had bees sent him by friends on this side of the water, They stated that he had bo In tention of resigning his present ottce. He liked the work very well and had had enough of Congressional life When he retired from hie preseut position U would settle dowa as plain Mr IMtelpe. The letter also said that Mr. Pbelpi would be glad to see Mr. Beckwiik again occupy tbe seat that be bad held In Congress. The nominating eoavea lion in the Patterson district will be bdl the latter part of this month. Hepublleuu Cauapalsa Committee. The Ilepublicaa Congressional Caw paign ComuiHiae yesterday cotupleteti its organization by electing ItepreeeaU Uve Thomas C. Carter of Montana, secitUry, awl Kdward C. O'Brien of Ktw York, treasurer. After September 1, Mr. Clarkson, who expeets to resign the First Assistant -Postmaster general ship will take joint cnarge of the cam paign as chairman of a sub committee of the Ilepublicaa National Committee appointed for that purpose. The sua-atuit-Dt of tbe canvass for the nest House of HefxesesUatives will accord ingly fall upc-a Mr. Seldtsa, Mr. Carter, and Mr. Clarksoa . . Could lluva (lose ftllir, if am IM Mot Jourmd LCelmtU tares). The Quay Club costal have gone a step father and included the Mlt talgy bill in their condemnation of the Faroe bill- They have an tlhwlrtotM era in we in the person of Secretary Blaine, who says the Ull will not open a market far another bushel of wheel or another lau rel of pork. Beakkw, the negro hews all the burden and gets none of the benefit. m Te Uoal wttlt 4rtL-Ml foetusse." Jr'nse ear Atlanta t i.sifiditto What, then, hi the pcoftt xetuedy lot the uriginal package evil t It U siiuidy u fall bach upon the Uecsenduue police power of a State, under whfch the orig inal tj-pior uecltage honinjMM UMUT of dctlaxed a niileanrni and wueanilv tits ieaawes. aw epawBBnBBjnBnBse1 annanae BBwsaesBjs"Br 'wmw pressed. Unless it stretches the author ity bcyotul ay exaiunUs hi the pant, the (Federal) Qovmtuw cannot Interfere w ub a tmnte in the waiter of dnelfoir itb vhnt the local couitj bold to b uuiaancea. " pa uaaaaajauy agaanaa Jfnm IM Km Vm httsU. rb&tbuainaathaj the Vvfcnd tlntee u. ibsge is itHgtom pMaelyting of i.u ! lijwus. vhen its poMey toward iicu. . i huiulreil yenn ha been tjb In, u.i.J cAiiociios? CAPTAIN THOMAS D. SINflLITOtt. Ihe Rnmnr AlMt ItM Tronlle WIMi the ratlee ff Pl. In fntMit eTpteoatlon of the nn wtratel atitl absurd story which sp pcsrfrt In Wednesday's Cnttrc refartl Ig Captain Thomas D. Singleton, it wemsthat th reporteT wa Imposed npon by a so-called friend of hlmelf awd Mr. Singleton. The man's name Is "Wallace, and he told Thr Critic re prter the story m It appeared, think ing it would be a joke on Mr. Slntle lon. It would have bH Mkd Ure Wt been so many trlfting Ibwecitraeles In It. In the first phce Captain Singleton 1? a inimbcr of the Lleht Infantry and a well known popular officer. He had rliaree r.f the target range at the en campment when his company practiced, and many excellent scores were made. He is himself a first class marksman, and was personally complimented by General Ordway and requested to go to Creed more. There was never any complaint by the neighbors of an alleged private rifle range In the rear of Mr. Singleton's store for many reasons, and conse qtieLtly no occasion for the Interference of the police. The story was a hoax nnd a "fake" of the worst description. Imposed on a credulous reporter, and was absolutely untrue. THE DAGUERRE MEMORIAL Unveiled nt thn NntlonnI Musonin Thin Afternoon, The Photographers' Association con cluded Its business to day and ad journed. liesohittons of thanks to the olUcers, the press and others were adopted. It was announced that $131 additional had been subscribed toward the Daguerrc memorial fund and then awards were announced. George 11. Hastings was awarded the grand prlie, valued nt $835, and other awards were mado. The memorial unveiling exercises took plnco In the rotunda of tho National Museum at 2 o'clock. Tho exorcises wore In charge of last year's executive committee, via.; II. McMIchaol of Buffalo, N. Y.,Georgo II. Hastings of Boston, Mass., J. M. Appleton, Dayton, Ohio; O. P. Scott, Chicago; M. Carlisle, M. D Washington, D. 0. Mr. McSIIchael was master of ceremonies. The statue has been previously described. A BOAT-BUILDING SENATOR. Mr. Kennn or Wen Vlrclnln forced to Avoid Alt incitement. Senator Kennn, who Is still In poor health on account of serious valvular troubles of tho hoart, has been strictly forbidden by his physicians to engage In any exciting occupation. Ho has been warned that any shock due to excitement Is liable to result In Instant death. Ills family and ftlonds have had some dlillculty la getting him to content to remain quietly nt homo. They havo succeeded thus far In keep ing him away from the Senate for sev end weeks. Finding some occupation necestay, says the Washington correspondent of tho Philadelphia lltcord to day, he has rented n spot near his residence, and Is now engaged In boat building. Every morning and night he may bo seen go ing to and from his workshop, dressed in the garb of a laborer, with his tools In his hand, accompanied by memliers of his family. The Senator is at pres ent engaged in constructing a boit twenty feet In length, to bo used when completed on the waters of the Upper Potomac Winner nt SunUocn, FAlUTOfJ-i, N. Y., Aug. 15. First race, Yarmolurc 1, Guardon 3, Caprice 8. Time, CO. Second race King Crab 1, Granite 2, Fuwle 'J. Time, l:-ll. Thlre race Ilonetta 1, National 2, Goldstcp !). Time, M. Fourth race Maid of Orleans 1, MalorTom 9, Ban Chief 3. Time. 1:18. Fifth race Architect 1. Bob Miller 2, Profligate 8. Time, 1:17. Sixth race Cortlcello 1, Gunwad 2. Ilaymond3. Time, 1:111. Venezuelan Claim Decided, The Yenezuelan Commission decided several claims to-day, In one of which Seth Driggs was allowed $1,000, with S per cent. Interest from 1S10. Several other cases were decided against him. In Gowan b Copeland's case the commission allowed the claimant $30, 000 without interest Mr. John 8. Blair. Mr. William S. Pllppin and Carlisle & McPherson represented tbe claimants. Mr. Ashtoa also Bled a brief for the Government. Guild' l'Jay for a Court. Frank Gllkm, a colored man who stole four tomatoes, was before Judge Mills to-day charged with toreeny. His Honor told Frank that he would have to pay a one of five eeets. Lawyer Mom volunteered to pay the line but the Judge concluded to take bis personal bonus. DcutU of Dr. TUaupMO, IUitTPOKri, Cokx., Aug. 15. Dr. Charles Steele Thowpaou died Uet night at the residence of bis son in-law Poet m art er Kenny. Dr. Thoaspson wae M yoaes old and wag the ouieat living graduate of the Yale Medic il College. ii i i - ... lEatlraU lu Ireland. Lokdox, Aug. 15. The bill provid ing forthecoaeUruetionof railroad fce Ireland was brought up in the Haute of Conusvoe latt sight, and, after a lengthy discussion, the bill, by a vote af fa to 13, wae ordered to a third leaning. Arctlae Plaaaetat TfoanlM. Losoatr, Aug. 15. A Buenos Ayres dieontch slates that at a nteetinaT of the Psrttain eatery iroinniiitiwi the Mtniiinr of Finance announced that the Govern yo tklM aj hUaUftnd Ktf ahUV ittiatf o immmmt latoAnty fctut Iw far S4x Mti4w, Jtiifet XJUi v Pi Jtty six Qt ItUMAflftC WJaCttCiW UliS QaWOif J!lknVMf Kv KTHttf VdfT BNttAnAnl WHMMWy sSUMH UtVS is u Jny . Miw No fkU IM wwtcte of yp j,ji dbHtfMnttl kwr doti Is BftF bilntes uk U tttAmtmg nuJ k IfelUiA OM& flQaf aw ayi9av sawwesmeaj sf snyn vvw wsw ----- adriie vim SBMHna. t4 I haien't ihe fXHnt ftwun J. Ifticw Fvit Wales (to v "- Cwker Vhat MM of the Stales ei you dot Ht Qsnot) (vho hat been UsvveaJnVf h no yo&Dsm i or tbuuiae4s ul im Out briUo 6 b-.ee li ib turn oW izt-bU! as, To tie mails the butt uf au uiku j-Aoi, lv a lu onltr Ums mule uli M..ik. THE TEUTONIC'S QUEER LOS. (Mptaln Watklit r the Rival Stitp l)htii ti risnrm. ITw To, Aug. IS. TrVg Tu toftle's log, according to whfch sto beat the record of the City of Paris, I w Inaccurate, according to Captain Walking of tbe City of New York, m to leave the Paris still the champton ocean greyhound. The Captain say: "I cannot see bow the Teutonic made fifteen miles more distance than we on the City of tfew York did when we bail her in sight half the way oTer. Another peculiar thinr, which is shown by a comparison of the logs of the two ships. Is that at noon on the second day out, while it appears there were only two miles distance In longitude between tho two vessels, the Teutonic's distance rec ord shows that the ship was nine miles further frcm Queenstown than we were at the same time. Then again, at noon on Sunday the Teutonic had made 1.H1 miles ami tne City of New York 1,185 miles from Queenstown, showiag that tbe former was forty six miles ahead. "On Tuesday noon the Teutonic, ac cording to her own re:ord, was i0 miles from Samly Hook, while we were 388 miles out, showing, upon this basis, that the Teutonic had only gained two miles on us In forty-eight hours. "The distance logs for the sane perton show that the Teutonic made 981 miles while we made 998 miles, which Is a difference of seventeen miles. Now, how the Teutonic could sail seventeen miles further than we did during the forty-eight hours from Sun day noon to Tuesday noon, and yet have gained only two miles Is a mystery to me." LOYAL LEGIOH EXCURSION, MoTemtntn of l)li(lnciltitil Oentle men Attemlnnt on the U. A, It, Boston, Aug. 15 Over a thousand companions of the Order of the Loyal Logldn of America, some accompanied by their wives and families, enjoyed a harbor excursion yesterday In the steamer New York. General Sherman, General Corse, Colonel Fullerton, Sec retary Noble, General N. A.M. Dudley, Governor Buckley, Collector Beard, General Martin, Mayor Hart, and other noted military gentlemen were of the party, Tho squadron and Fort Warren were visited. The Vendome lost three more of its notable guests yesterday. Secretary Husk loft early on tho llagshlp Balti more for New York. Kx-YIce-President Hannibal Hamlin found that the excitement of the week had begun to tell on him, and, Instead of staying In tho city until Saturday, as he had In tended, he returned to Bangor. Secre tary of tho Interior Noble left at 7 p m. for Washington. General Alger and his family, Mrs. General Logan and her son and dauehter-In law. General Sherman and his son and daughter-in-law and General Sickles will remain In the city until Saturday, unless something occurs to alter their plans as now formed. TWENTY THOUSAND SEALS STOLEN. Only n Miittnr or n I'nw Yoarn Wlion Sea trill bo latlnct. San Fiiancisco, Aug. 15. Captain Lisklnc of the steamer St. Paul, which arrived yesterday from Ounalaska, says the poachers at Victoria this year have secured 20,000 sealskins, and In conse quence the North American Commer cial Company which lease the seal rookeries from the Government finds its take reduced to 30.000 skins. The Captain says It U only a matter of a few years when seals will become extinct. At Ounalaska It was reported there were fifty rive poaching vessels at Sand Point on their way to Bebrlng Sea, ami that not n single attempt hat been made thus far to Interfere with any of these contraband vessels. Ulopeil M'ltli n Muilo Tcaclier, Nrw Yoiik, Aug. 15. The Jltmhl reports tbe disappearance from her home, at 12-1 Grand street, Brooklyn, of Mrs. Henry Schuyler, the wife of a manufacturer of musical instruments. The woman took with her her 13-year-old daughter and $7,000 of her bus band's money. She is believed to have eloped with a music teacher named Frederick Schwarz, with whom she has long been infatuated. Schwarz is 37 years of age and married, while Mrs. Schuyler i -10 years old. iii m . Ad Bdltor Tarred unit Penthered. Azus-t, C.u. Aug. 15. J. M. Bent ley, editor of the A'wrr, was yesterday taken out by armed men and tarred and feathered for publishing an article re flecting oa the conduct of Mies C. 11 Fraeier while teacher of tbe Azuea grammar school. Tbe parties Impli cated are being arrested. Alleged Newtpaper bladler, Utica, N. Y.. Aug. 15. The Utiea Obmrur to-day warns the newspapers throughout tbe country about two newspaper swindlers named Aubrey C. IUaflloe end James A Dawson, and earaettiy asks for Information regard ing their whereabouts. Fell I'roui II U llur.e. David F. O'Xelil, a mounted meee eager in tbe employ of tbe Signal Service, received sosne painful injuries yesterday afternoon by falling from hk horee. He was taken to his home, laQtt Eleventh street, and atteaded by Dr. Briscoe. Lot UfcT IVMb u Kaprlii-!. There were ten mall boys la the Police Court this morning charged by A. J. liurkiud with entering hie Beenv bwe and steeling his fruit Tjintf, after reprimanding the boys, datauhuM tne Mutrt la Ml Aacaut). Tsbbm Havts, Ins., Aug. 15. An inveeWgaiion by the City Council, it Is alleged, has disclosed a shortage of J,W in the accounts or ex-utsy Tieeauier Fttrneitiflr. Hie ill be sued. rt!DUkk is now presi dent of the Inter-State Baseball League. ii JD Ue-th mmu as Kilnilnn, Pkovu-. K. I., Aug. IV hUchlCaMoU and John McEUoy. the two e who were Injured yesterday in the TfwIeH Manufarturfag Company's wpkwiott, died last night The eight boys injured aw doing we-, CiMMtet ut in the - CutVAOo, lu. , Aug. W Cfeaia W. L. hUrsheil, U. S. A., who i in charge of the river and harher imftoveiAc-ta about Chicago, tays It b tmBoaarhte to an im a& mm tm-oivttI t the - lm w snmw "r T """ " r ww harbor in time for the World's Pair. mlsr Mft Vm M , Jf3el(A iWpit'Sjmmf paem mPH p vmjmy a1 ema 8a YnAVma, Aug. IS. hVw. John P. Kewmaa. D. D, of New Yorh, ar- lflyagj YJtlaf hi t Aftmfhih CLV of Fekln mam - wheat he ban " W wmw wmwwi uw em-" m- Viwnv4 4M aw-li hIAJ UU Ueorge Sejawur w riaed f 10 ioiy (uj an ussauit on lella Brieui-o. JuiJgc W.1JU aVi. lilix, -i -nit LoihlCg tu tttl-Uo A HERO AND A PRINCE. J.rtttnnt tair IUfWInif SWelal w rti With Tonne; WTK Bswlpn. Nw Your. Ang. 15. A Hantax special o the W'otM says: "MwitwiMrt ftsiro, 'he yunf DelMto who c rompsnled Stanley throngh Darkest Afrira divides with Print Oeorfs the social honors of th ty. 9th slight aftr awrl ctrjwrt wftn lurit tion to .t o'clock teas and dlnnws in official ami high social circles. On Tneday night the Princess liOtilse FnMleers entertained th fantmn trav eler at a banqnet at MorrlsOB'a Hotel, Bedford. His Grate, Archbishop O'Brien gives a grand dinner party to Prince George next Tuesday evening. The Archbishop has recently moved into a new palace and this dinner will be one of the social events of the season. It is understood that the invitations will inclnde General Sir John Boss, Admiral Watson, Governor Daly and a number of leading cltlrens. IS IT A MURDER? The lloily or nn Ornnjsemnn Fonnil on n Jtnllroml Trnck FrTTsmmB, Pa., Aug. 15. In the town of Homestead, ten miles east of here, the body of John 11. Sheets was found Sunday morning on the railroad track, badly mangled. The doctors think they have found a bullet hole In the man s head. They contend that the body was placeftl on the track after the death. Sheets was an Orangeman, and the members of that fraternity claim he was murdered by those whom'hebad ami ered by his speeches. The inquest lms been continued until Saturday. She Stinnt.l Have Kept Unlet. Claudia Davis was fined 5 this morn ing for using profane language. She could not pay the fine, and when taken down-stairs she pulled a handful of whiskers out of Mr. Harbin's chin and spit In his face. She then began screeching at the top of her voice, and Interrupted the proceedings of court She was brought Into court again charged with disorderly conduct and the ue of obscene language In the presence of court olllcials. Judge Mills Imposed an additional fine of $10 or ninety days in the workhouse. THE FORCE BILL UNNECESSARY. A Colored t'npltnlliit ,ilvlne tho No Eroe to Itofrnln from Votloc. A correspondent of the New York JltraUl writes from Pine Bluff, Ark.: Wiley Jones without a doubt Is one of the first cltlrens In this place. He Is the owner of the city's street railway system, and through Industry and good judgment hat slncc'his freedom amassed a fortune, according to common report, upward of $800,000. When asked his opinion about the Force bill, he ex pressed himself as follows: Being neither a political nor an edu cated man I do not consider myself good authority on the miestlons contained in tbe Lodge bill, bomo of them arc alto ? ether loo large for my understanding, Iowever, I will say, since freedom I have endeavored to be a practical man. striving to have a bank account and a competency am In that lino yet. I am a Republican, as everyone knows, and In our county, which has 1.000 Ilenub llcan majority, we divide the olltcee with the Democrats, and this plan brings about peace and harmony. The plan seems to work well, hence I am'ln favor of a policy ot compromise, as In Mir local affairs. "If I had my way, however, I would see that every colored voter should pledge himself to refrain from voting at any election for rive years at least. If our people could be Induced to do so I sincerely believe that our condition could be improved In every way. Too much politics has been tho ruin of in.t of our best prepared young men. We need more Industrial schools, more me chanics, more land-owners and fewer politicians. "Harrison received 3.U30 majority in this county. We must have had a free ballot and a fair count here. The bill is unnecessary. The effect of tbe Fed eral Flection bill will be as nothing. It will cut a figure neither one way nor the other in tbe prosperity of tbe South. As for myself, I shall continue to pur chase goods la New York, Boston, Philadelphia and other Northern cities as heretofore." dolxldle and tslilpplue. fttm tU XafHmal Dtuuxnu. The British Board of Trade has pub lished the statistics of tbe merchant ma rine of tbe world for 1888. They show a decreased tonnage during the year for France, which bas been subsidizing ships for ten years, ot 10,300, and for Germany, which baa been subsidizing for a shorter time, 15,000 tons. Tbe only three countries whose merchant marines did not decrease during l" were Fnglaad, Denmark and Norway, three countries that do not subsidise shipping. England showed an IncreaM) for the year of 131,442 tons. Not a I'leasaut TUought. tkt Y9mtt OU4U4. "Husband, dear, that clock I ordered has arrived." "It has. eh 1" "Certainly it bag, hut what are you so lugubrious about t There hi aethiug especially denrasihsg in that annonaoe ment, ii there r" "Isn't, eh ? I'd like to know if it wouldn't make any man feel had to be tokl that hie time had eome l" femHHe fanntm . iwJa-'i Wnit. A gOOd MHwrfflT at uoor. very A tall man ie Yowr abort A white man hi MwaHraej very A blue booh ie sose4aaee seAd- A tenderloin steak n sosaeosnee very tough, A lawyer is sometimes an honest fllaFtf ied . Died. BU. m-ii ;3&mr." fciiHfflFw VeriK'U rgjrttt&au'irfev. TlCh-oe,Wedot 4t, tamem i--L4.iu.MeeC . tiekxeesusuf maneniC - 4 luisuiunsT i-vaet. axee w rear Funeral from U intheWw-lienaufr FUti B ftrvet i!urthwi&t.- i A.-SQ n. m . t . 91 IT. theiath iat Maod uf Lka fiimili u lovtwe u attend. TMILkTI,-Oi) Autfttit U-W.&L ' Ittte riaenv. u Keemb Sem au-iefti tf.fc m-i !? yae ofthi hSecsi- . iaeraf IrWavt" V " u 9HamWHnmmwnB-Himttmml neitjW4.j. bMisjMiai, J. wuxtay UH ouc.oivr io Smut Lev' , iKnrn. .. VA AVg. V. W . .wLD e-t. sri.cf At Noncf. m-wms&sm JlrATOWf (tWPi AM F'-et n,w, CAPfTAt '1.ie,fl. TW ccTTiianj l(nie -rtlf oafes of rolt taurine laterw a frl, on all awinnt ilt rottci1 ror nTtety or or more, hat Nw tln ix mnntht. 1 per c'e. per annirrn; 11 per cent, on deposit foi tnora than nx mortns, hut Je than a tear and 4 percent. i n ojprr of one rest or totitw. Jecwreii mMtffmt4 for saw. Jlorey loaned. w B. RrtBiaow. je. B. H. WAICTBW, Pres, DUtRCTDtrB: CrTB Ptte. CMtoem F. Sehafnr. ilitnpf I.. Rrhrmr. Jnhn A. Hamilton. oer.Kc R. Bartot, tmrnn SflmcrMllw, uif nsrfl w. nay, Horace S. (-ammraa, J.J. DarllMtrm, John Jry Eann. c hsrlc J. Fanlkner, Albert F. Pojr, wlllltun B. nutter, S. W. Woodwanl. John B. tantur, Cfgw. iwnt. wiftmsws, a. werwwutwi. U . MFPn, lar an Aim WB ,Y 8,FB tSVBST- THB BKBB5TTUKB BWTB5 amsricaw ractmrrt a?m thobt co., beeHng Ifiterfrt at F1TK TBIt CTSWT.jiv sbre sesol auntMllr. Ismcd hi rfeso SWaXm WT he AnVATTAtim of tM forwof Invest ment over deed of trnrt are: 1. The jnreheer l ant bnrdened with the rtrrol tty papers vc the bend Itselt. . So isxf nl In-miwrc to look nfter 1 The Ir.tertft i rld on the DAT IT IS IU-K 1 The bonds are seenred by Jh-nt deeds of trnst npon rt' estate Inthe ottyof Wahrtia Idr, frefathiK never lem than Stco.oM, nnd the properties np" whfeh thf trmM are Placed sntreirate a riling rnlm of about iir.jo. 'i The tnuits are aleneit nrer to and pliired lnthe hands of theltaal Bttate Title lnnnce Company orihe District of Oolitm bl, as trntees for the bondholder", with pswerto Ml nt onee and ilfctrlbnteRmon the bondholders In et this company de fanltsln payment of either principal or In terest npon W bonds. I The bonds are farther "ecnreil by the capital of thts ectnpany, tl,JS0,000, and Its larre tsrets. 7. The tecnrlty belnir npon an afrretathm of rropertles In Talnes nearly ilonble the en tire series of bonds a shrinkage In the vAlne of any pttletilr property would still leave a larre tnrplns of security. Series So. J, dated Atiro' ' tSW, In de nominations of tt.000, IWOand $K0. forsar1 at per and sccrueil Interest at the offices of the company. 1 110 O street, northwest A T ilHlTTON, I'BRCy II. MBT7.0RR. Frcsldcnt. Treasurer Anil St CgfDK. WIIITB, cntrtoraDisT, 1416 Penna are.. opposite VIUtrd's Hotel. Thousands from Mr and near visit Dr. White for relief from and avoidance of corns, bun ions, diseased nails and nil other foot troubles. Hours, 8 a. m. to S p. m. Sun days.tlolf. Established 19S1. Fee.fl. Kjsr-wnv not davk Totm hhikts J3' made by one of tho most celebrated octters In America? Price woo as thoso third-rate cutters charge. I. T. 1IAIX. 003 F stn w. KSir-FORSBBHO MUKIUY. ZX3' Arents la Wasblnrton for TDBWHtTTIKIt II.KVATOK Of Boston. THK I1K8T KLKVATOK IM TUB WOUUO. drerWhare been pnt Into the bestbnlld lns In Warhlngton In the last two years by us. Estimates promptly (nrnUbed. Also agents (or the WortUtnrton Meant IMmnlna Maehln jtt. Also General Mnrhlnlsls and Hnelneers. A lante stock of Eiwines and Bollrs, rumps and Xlevators on hand. Waxeroom (rum 1001 to 1K 8evMth street sontliwest, praB-PHOTKCT YOl'HSBLVK) AUAINST I1' TYriIOIDANMAL.RIAI, rxvnm The Alvarez Dlslnfeetant Ciimpauy Is pre pared to fumleate aril disinfect all premte (nrstlfil hy typhoid aud other mallensnt and contagious fi'ters. Ak your dnwirUt or erocer for tbe ALVA rtF.7.tlOKTASI CKforoOL UlilNFKCT ANT Price. SPo. and 1 tr box. Tiir fur tlur Information address the Company, at Ml r si n. w ut,i 13T CHAKTHJIBI) BY CONUKH48 tSM. FUAXKL1M IKSUIIAXCK CO. OF WASHINGTON, D. C. CAPITAL ASD bTKPLl'g, tSfttOO. Ha never contested a Is by fire, bet always make prompt and liberal adjustment. lr. Daniel it. I larke, is't; fiwiw S. Lemon, vk'c-prrt't; Charles S Umdley,treM.;I. Fen wlck Ywunr. sev'j; Will P. Uotvler, ass't. lee'y. lu,1m KKT-LADIE61 LADIBW LADIBsl zx an. MeCafferty 1 tbe only bat and boanet-fraoM maanfaetarer ta the city. Osll sad see her Bw shape. Blaohlo and preeslae. btraw and (eft bat altered to the latest style. Orders promptly atteaded to. lusirjutrtw i. w. tVAJITKU IIKL1. AihHTtUmtnt4Hr Mil AM, mrUnHer m, 3t tmu frr em iirtii: 50m ftrUrn. w ANTKD-SHOHTIIAND WMITIK AND oreratur on hrmlu'-luc: none but ax- pertoncfd ruud ued apply, fall Kooro M, noooiBs nuiiuin, corner ,iu iuw ru. ee- tween I and 1 p w lSvX v rANTBU- GOOll eiML FOR GENRKAL I huutework. AdoIt at 90a 7th it s w. 1J.11 TANTKD-fOMPKTKNT WOMAN TO IMJ i e(nral bouMtwork la saaa.ll (ajallv. C a ABAJIK ;os Market tipeoe. n St "lirANTKD-blNL rOKtilNKKAL HouM- work, no washing or irwaia. alW Mb at n w. IS it 'WAVrKD-A TIDY WH1TK OIHLTO AT- t tend to tbe oeoeral housewurk of aull private tastily; no washing or Iroatae; mut tt ay at nlrt t wxcswts. UJt VAJiTED-WHlTT MAN TO WOKK ON t farm near lU utty; one who ujm do anything pertaining to rarei work Apply to Boom ll, I enmas Building. MIS X Y are 15.lt w AV'IKD-WHITg OIBL TOL'OOKAMO do general hmuework la aa.!l fMellf: wastiiiig or irouiajt; cur reietence re Atlvl WlSth nn h a w. U. w 'ANTU-AT OMC'h-e UOAtt iM i itrtrw Add! after 4 o'ulo, k d m i say a w U.tt w f ANTtU-YOLbU JUNTO LIAKN M.E- f -haait-al drltla-- Aunls to Euom IS. FaeU- Building 14.1t Vft VTKO-GOOD. nTUOJsU BOY TO are taviia and stove buwu: ou wee has bea at the Made preferred. In iiulrear ssetiat w P a StCIH 11 li "ItAH'ttD-LADY UITH SOMIEXPataU II sauea a typewriter for oluie Work; moderate Mlary u beein. Call Wibtusw. ir?L "t 'AUTtW-TWO nOYtCVao BAYB X uarkn. ia tpvMKttak, at H.J. MAK TIS'eFtiBiligoaige.SMGstBw. U. AY rxvtua-i FitusT-iXAise wait I maker a to work through August. Call at t0 y t b w (or i oar. w,k -t-iyAatTBD-rOLOUW lOAfUhUS, BJC periCB'td Slid Willi iCUud NfetsUb. a. to nr nnnne, miHBsinnB uamu- AtrAMTEll- 3 tUtUKUAYBiU) ON H T. l Set Jdi-itdBuuadartw lS.Jt X7 AWnV-MJJi TO MILK AND ATTCnU 11 tu eew end stable. nwt nve worked tering d. neex ltthTSli He-act. t.tt ' " WsWsWsssWmssssw- ii iii inn i ,mmmmmm "i WASTED- lOMNIlON AWD JUNf 1 1 faetarer ' aeii( toaccvpt SUM agency aa represent uttr auouat f QeraunC'es rimswmsm: nm; Mrioj.. e aiui naiereesK riiurea eas ivF o.l i O . If Uweukue, Vi JBm Asib3tuiS iwijriiAii-B rraert- ikV mVaisat I tMinl ru istertfg. uf gnsat savob bUreTjNratmH WswamsiriWswmW' sn aan-svesra amev w swowi W TftTftsf ieniaftFf . WtlVw) TlffMflW w&TtoiT. Co., v. f. WitXBB-etTi Al toe. AV Aari'SO-BY WtePtXTAULK WHif I 'ift a iilttuttun j . 1. , rh.rtnalt in .lAA.lt fmtnflv -- tfc.1"", U. i thoroMr .t bet 8andT.utb4itdn"tu w .St 7AjrVSiV-BY OiAU)slP WOMAN. TV I ULau wuuk or ae ituiiihermaM and wahaess Call ur 4Vlie l'JM rem IMt Araarrsi-iMifarTaiNu to ix-i-iJHtK; Vl uji4erla,iio doubV cauy buukAeei4ii. good buaUie-ji tviicjie aa m ckk tn4 sbpvel. too. lefcrtuics al tsu S. W B-. thleulke it.it ATsH-eY AKEATcULOBBOCleX. 1 1. lMce --" UuaiberaMJd. surae or to wait en table IIIIi g to a it in ge usral woefc AustocMi :v u n w ItJt "II 7 ABTXi) U 1 1 il.i K n.D W OH AN sdlf It atk,B a u.. . j.- ha.i.U.ruiuJil aaJ wJt.ie csj, 1 1 aUdii.- ill S si u w t it "WAJITk!! b .'MHi-rBNr H " Il sit. ' i V l."hF JOMl A. 9WT, OewajsTfoewreil, B. ft. Warner, A.A. Wllwn, T n TTlBA WAWTK KOOStS. -TANTBD-BOARD AMD ROOM Ft)R WArrrBT-rWn AS rWARWItarsr aire fawitTy for om conpte Astdrtw X.. tMsoftre. Jtjt irATITBB-S fWttBlrATTln TKKHtS Vy ad board for Isdy and son; between fftti and IWb. F and sts n w; terms moderate. Address T f. D-Jhli offl -e. 1 Wt rASTKT-tT TWTT8 COCPLB, rjiT V tilt fnrshd rooms tint excellent board with private fanfly smrt of trthand north of 11 st. v. f. T., Honse Press Osllerv. M& n i WAKimi-M iscmAATiW) im. Arrtwmeiwetet- ttt awe, Ber ns or fcss, SS emu for me hmrtttm: SO emtt for tkrm. w ArlTBD-HOBSW TO rASTI'Rt! AT T T Henerai ik:ii s inrm 11 itoi iiniiin, hMf nf iMSforn. rnTittnr water and mentv of shade, witrt carefnt attention. Apply to gen erat miiT. B. B. LAFFRRTT. Wth st and leave, oratthe farm. Telephone can, 70S 4,m A FBW DBRiRABLK ROOMS. WITH steam prjrer, good elevator service and firat etafs! Jnnftorshlp, m the POST BtJIMWIta, for rent at hrwnrte to flrst-etaes Miesrts. Apply to STlLflOK HUTCHtW, 9 ro trtilidmr. or FKA2K MAOTJIRB, ftreerta teniient. rnitsoNAi., essrrH'twnti' nmitr tnii ejd, fnr Uses er Uft, S6 ernfcfsr tm tmnHanH M eesre fm iknt. A NY PBRSON ANXIOUH, TO DIHPOSB J! V of a good second hand Piano at reason able price may And a pnrehaer by sddress Ing A. B. C. Critic Qflfs NOW IB THK TIMB. WK WILL PAY "big money" for gents Srst-class see. ontl-haed clothing. Address or call at JUSTH'S OLD STAND. SIS D St. n. w. F'U SAI.n IK1USR9. ldtrtOrwifitmrIAU Ato4, ftrHHor Uti, ttitti far oea tnfrtten; B0 ttnbfor Ihrtt. J?ORCKD UU OF HKA1. RSTATK. ! DO YOU WANT A SNAP! That Una old homestead, SSM st n w, cemprlslng nearly 30.000 feet of gromid and among tbe most delightful elevntiom In Georgetown, will be sold at a sacrlBoe If taken soon. T rms can lie made saUsfac lory; bet the property mnst be sold at once. Key nt Mr. C. It. Flckilng'a office. High st. tieorgetown. Write to L. O. JOHNSON, n3,tf I hanlsTllle, Va T70R HAI.K-A BARflAIN IF SOLD AT " mce; si-story and bnsement briok house; 7 rooms and bath; nil mod Imps; situated at No. 6 1 sin w; price tMOO; terms one-third oasli, balance J, i and 3 years. Apply to FRANCIS lirrrY. IIOI V st n w. leh-W TPOR 8ALB-1N ALKXANDMIA. 6-ROOM frame house. Just Sntsblng; nnlrantln ysrd; lot ISiin; snug home; price, Soa. Ap ply to KOUEKT J. TllOMAS, ltoom No. i, 813 ih St. FOR 8ALB-TI1HKB OF THK CHKAPB8T bouses tn Waiblncton, 106,106 and 110 11th st n p; two-story and basement, brown stono trimmings; 7 rooms and bath; oleotrlo bells and gas: price, M.too each. t!00 onih belBBoe to salt or trade (or good lots. FOIt ItliNT IIOCSIM. tiir(iwMitt vntur t&U ,Vf, ftmr Nsw er Uu, St tml far est lrrie.' SO mtt far ttort. T?OR HBNT-UNFURNISHED- Hil Mass ave, 17 rs ami stable !J( 00 Hi! R st a w. is rs ano 00 1011 conn ave. IS rs tan 00 ltthstex.. ISrs lff Co lMVMstnw, isrs MM lllsin w, Krs Ill ft) lexntthitaw.llre rOOOO 17S7 g st a w, 11 WW 60 7f PstBW.lt rs MOOS JUHMsta w.IIm icon) i Lafayette Mnare. r. His Rst n w, 1m W Ti7 ih t n w. urs rMW 1400 c haWn t n w, M TSM OmNYavenw. l.rs 70 00 uu lsthstn w.ltrs OS ST lMSSMhstnvr. Mrs , St (X) Wis o st e w, 11 re SfSst lllllyer Plaee. 11 rs U HiftNktnw.il rs euro itsoNstnw, Mrs on slit 1st st n e, t rs MOO IMILstaw.M rs 90 "O 1743 N st n w, S rs sew) sasstnw. Mrs WOO Ml 8 t 11 w. 10 rs Woe 1 KM MougfaUMi t, 9m. S0U0 !4e6toughtnet.'M te CO !ll Riggs Place, 9 n , soon HM17thtn w.Tn 4ttW 1W bai4nst,M 4S 00 lSSI't.7r M lsseisthstBw.srs wro lM7tbtn w. strand dwg J600 aoceQstB w.srs u fen uthHnw.tr aooa ISUNYave.trs S t lsesjuthstn w.Jrt nm I9ttiiethstnw.tr am is4 ssth st b w. t w ssoo 1014 jet b st n w. re -aw 1301 Wt.t W.8 r Tbe above boose can be examined br per mit (rem our otnee only. THOMAS J. FleHSK A; CO.. Ht F st. n. w. FOR HJCNT-TWO BRAND NBW HIS room frame boeees, blgb aad dry loca tion; seer ehurefcee end pabtla stieool In UaloEto-VB. Inquire X A.BKHRKND, 4WU HSW toil ItKNTllOOSIS. AdHTlUtftMiU mutT (AM tagst, fenrlituttr Ih4, M ct4i tor swa iMfrUee,' ie tfUitr Uuu, tOR RKNT-PARLOK. COMMl'NICATINO L chamber and additional room; newly turaltfccd aad appllaneea (or tMMtsrkaeetae; (.atereroppuelte. mall private famUy; terns reasonable. 1TSS 14th t HJk IJ'OK RBNT-SCITK OF ROOMa' ON iD . Moor; eleeaetly feral!; also (root and back rooms, 3d door; gentleieen only rfk) 11th Uw V.:H. fXK RENT-NICBLT FCRNUUIEO ROOM; V koetbern expwure, suiuble for oeuor twogeatlemeu, rent. $10 a njoato. iii N Y HtlW 18.it T?OR RENT-ROOM OK D AND 3D X eoor. MWtb front; auoaly furnished gent leewa profarred. Md H il a w IS It FK RENT-FUWIIStiXD ROOM WITH board la prttate family; let per month. Addr D C. IliUoetee lt.lt JTOB HENT-i FlRNUaSD COMMUNI- XI tat tag r..uin oa Sd Aoor; single or en anlte TA lath at n w 15 St 170R HESiT- i ROOMS ON IkT. tO ANU ill V luun; one oa each floor; board if ia aired: rent low UH I at a w. U.it TTHMt KkSiT-Fl RUUsU id STORY X front room, wtsn ahmeas, etuaets aud 1 wlnslsws; also Sd alary bnuk, together ar sewnnuely; koiiefceinm er with board ABBsrsUUthstBW. it,fc T!OHHEWT-U I'XnHNleUBU ID FLOOR X1 room, with board, with a moli lantUy of adults; teles an res required; reduotion made for August DiL.tns H.U TOOK RBKT-SL'ITR O ROOM' ON D l' oor: elegantly raruiatwd; also beat and bait ruoma. 3d floor, fautlemeu only i 11th at 11 w 14 it 1iuR sUb-rVRNUBSU OS UNrUst X' Bisbed rooBu.rtb or without board, parlors suRaeae lor a physiclaa or dentist faith at a w n. jjeja BIST-Tl A GOfTLisUN-FCU X ulahed hail roosa, 41 Soar, front, with gaa and bath teat, S3 per month Miiioih.t if it n TTsOM RJtJT-r7 WTH ST N W, nUrEIY I ftuaiahed rooiea.ee mute orsiagle. M Hoot Iront. wttb akove, lame waaae- la.lt IX) RENT-FIRSUUED OR CNJ-LK-X' naettd. . large id story rooota; front rooes. large eJUvve etusets: bath on sitfae loor; aJao Urge back Bailor with alcove; ae botte tlvateTanail tttt tjth a 8 W. U.U (nouedary t 0 wv It, It IX KJNT-4 LARUE ROOMS VACAYrtK js sue auaunter reiiisteiiee near Segjeestena, abady lawn. teru moderate, fee fall sai tkulr, Addre Xra. iUYLOS, College o( M Jataes. Md IS. It IM V&XT- liftUHmTtVU.VVKH. 5ia i vli (umished roOBM, nsh or with u.t boorJ real reu.v i,it)!e ItHieth.tnw lilt umx 4 isvvy. Li mad ul ii so g. Id piece; iJtiaJ K A lTiud tli Reward If left at e . r of 9th and j -' - li it T 0T Oh .THAYEJ-ta Sl'NtA. KI Ij eoe. ': tu e , .-keo ott hi.iro, whiu i.n lai'e au'l ttuh treperty ot DOLuLASS FKEKXAKU Auy jii mattes teAukiuBy ruteHed at IATjUi .iii U.it tMM'KWttl tth-Ai- WATel. rU sALK-ARol r . A. RS ON iD sS n e 1 needed ..'i. ' .ta j( the htk-io 10a -ud ildi,. r U. i... Ki. 'wa? beiaa part it --Le olLe . 1 Lk j'. ' t..el ituUe ' "Uae, acw&led Edt. a . i epfcioria. ty 'ir t(.tt.s V. ta - .'- 5r e c i,.' . utiAt'iN hhyWN . it j ai ction str.rs. SEcRt.K W. STIKNBY, Anotiont-er, PlroVKn rROPBHTT nTTOATiD ON SrtBRlDAN AVjmE, IJLTHI YfStOS OF BARRT FAMt. STjBDI By vlrtire of a certain deed i-,f tout re rorded in librr ?fo lias. f,do 119. M e . ow of th land record ir tlwt nistrlrt of rvrtnm Ma. and st t he r. ,,i et .if tb patty sennT-' 1 then-by, we will offer far sah In front, of the prmfces on JtONDAY. THB lTll DAY OF AroVRT. at s o'ctof-k p. m , the foltotrtng dei nbrd m lestetc situate In the I'otwty of Washrngtoo, Mstflot of f InmMa, and known and dseeilhTsl as lot nttmbeird 17. in see tton 3. of ihe subdivision of Barry Fsrm mado by S C. Pwmsroy . John R, Elvans and O. O Howard, trustees. .... Terms of Mm: one third cash and thn bal ance in one (!) and two (? years, with inter est at the rate of sU f8 per rentntri per an nnm pay Me stmt annually and secured nt a deed of trust en the property sow. ot all cash at the option ot the pnrcnaer- J too depesft at ttfne of sale. All conveyancing. and teeotdlwi at pnTohaset's cost. Term to be csTrwalled within is day or property wilt be rwjoM at risk and rnt of defaulting pet eneser. wilma WtTanV FRANK L. CALHTJtrN. sWflfflJ S3ES2t f'MUI'USAT.S. OrTqrr!ALS FOR rARCnMBNT,-WATt .1 Depertment. Snppty Division, washing IngtoB. D. c, Angnst i. 180 Sealed pro posats. In dnpllesK", subject to Ihe nnl roBdltlons, will be received at this otTtoe until IS o'clpok wmn, MoSdAT. SErTRW BRR i, ism, for furnishing this Department with &,o" sheets of parenmetit, 10115 In., as per sample, to be bed npon appjbmtloti at the office ot the andershreed. The Depart ment reserves the right fo reject any or s,ll hide, and to waive defects. Proposels mnt be Inclosed In seeled envelopes. Indorsed on the nntstde "Propossils for parchment," and addressed to M. R. Thorp, href. Supply Division. aug1,13.11.!M7A.(. LAYlNfl ASPHALT t'AVKMBNTS.-Pto-posals for Improving Streets and Ave nues in the City of Washington, I) C Office of the Commissioners, I). C., Washington. D. I'., August . 1W Sealed Proposals will be recetsed at this otBre netll IS o'clook m. on SATVRDAY. AtorST in. 1J0, ffr Improv ing streets and Avenues with Curb. Gutters. Mdewalks and Roedwny Pavements Blank forms of Proposals and Specification ceo be obtained at this office upon application therefor, together with all necessary In formation, and only bids upon these forms wtl I be eonsHlrrt d. The right Is reserved to teject any and all bids or parts of bids. J. W. nbrolAeB. L. . HINK, n. M. ROBERT, Ommrsloners, I). O. autMIt run s.tr.r? ,1.111 iusnt. nBALBOTATR BULLETIN THOMAS B. WAMIAMAN. MT F street. Changes made Wednesdays and Saturdays. 3-BTOKY BRICK AND FRAME BOUBBtt FOR 8ALK. 81SI stnw, bli.ml.ur InVOO 307Ostn w, bb.ml.iers MOS 33 Indiana ave n w, bb. Sri 7fl IMS Mass ave n w, ( h.Srs Ijm m Honndarrst n w, (h.Srs 7.18 wist nw. bk lira &m SOS tth st r w, b h. m I, S rs 4,7 HISN.lavenw. ( h.9 rs S.OfiS llsewMhstnw.li h.Srs leo Alley between fist and md, M and N stg aw.b h.Srs lJsOO t-STOUY D1UCK AND FRAME HOUSBsi FOR SALE, lrm loth stn w, I b, Srs, and thonies rear, 4 rs each ! 1811 D stnw.fh.Srs ftAO mshtoSoSMPslnw, fh.irs &,(s llHISethstn w.bb.9rs SA 40b to 411 Hoar's alley nw.bh. t rs S.tsjO 1947 and 1S40 Madison it nv, lb, In, anditbhrear I.SIW Ml tossnmdstn w, bb, trs 4,fioo llSSVstn w. ( h.Srs k timisthstn w, bh. rs 3.0P0 Alley bet Sth and 7th, I. and X sts n w, Ih.4 rs WOO UNIMPROVED rROfERTY FOR SALE. Per foot. Part lot S. X st. bet Wth and 17th sUBW.RM L st, bet lMh and leth sts n w S 00 0 st, N't inth and lath stsn w 7S loth st. tfet M awl N sta a w 1 7S 7th t. bet R and 8 sta M w 1 75 Mthxt, tiet LandMsU nw t W 1Mb st. bet X and F stsn w 115 lranbar ton ave and Beall st, 90th and 3tst tn w 1st seth st, bet N aad O sua w 1 SB lit st, bet Canal and C sts n w 1 00 H0UKS4J FOR RENT. Per Bsenth. Partodrea ttsta w, ltrs WO tsl StMttPstnw.Urs.fnr SOW secstnw, llrs tw 71 Mb stnw, U r 09 17141.ltbstnw.1tlr SSOl eetth stnw, lint SOW 1SS4 Corcoran st n w, W r UW ISie CieoraB st n w, llr 4S0d 1 Ml Florida ave nw,r wtst 4eiCstn w.vrs C) 1T KstB w.Tr S lSttRlgga sta w.Sts atei) avjli.tn w,7r so eioLstaw.SN w 1SN1I tne.ar WW Wtw, 10C4 G st n e, I r 33hatne,Sr W IttWDstnw.lr MM tm Df re t n w. 8 r It SO m Myrtle Kn,7r tase teetSldaveaw.trs.... Mt aHstne.tr UN K) Befree t a w, 8 r ttoe LOAe. In sens to selt at t per eanU The above I only a nnftton of the Meeetty en my book. For tali net eatt et ellee lor btdlettB. Isweed on the Ut ansTlaU. HOAltlllNO. I?l'KNIHKDROOM WITH HOARD FOR i ' iwBtlesen,seeondlInorlroat; also sev eral table boarders wanted; terms aviderale. 1I8 llth .taw. UUt AIRtt. COU-IN. FORMERLY OF bsMHST Alt a w, aoa transferred af rrensn boom-iag-hooaato Ull Est nw.Jdoor from N tioaol Theatre. I'eu.loo Boargeots; food room; very good Fraecb dinner, with pint claret. Me; board by w.-ek It .St COl .NTKY lWI.VKO. rPHOSK WlhlllNO HOARD NEAR MOUN- tauuiaoBad lare, ideaaeot rouu with Sivd table bi-ard at U'lderoto pnoe by ad resalug Mi L CUAMBLIN. Hamilton, Va. II t BOARKERs WANTED FOR Al'OUatT AND Sepwonber; rates, tee asuntkly; a mUe from tatioB;euBeyaace(nrnlabadbaa:k and fottk; Addrea Box 11. Kaowle.. Md. 1 1 St CUMMER BOARD IN BOeTON-RO )M i 1 and Doom in a ujail private 6oardint BoUsa.aar Cotuev sauore. TrleMv Church. Art Maseme Ac . twas from Js 10 JU per wees, aauataotory reteroUMM eacaaaaen AddressSB. M , A St James ave. Back Bar, Boatou. Maaa ll.dt MMIRER ORFOCRLiRJiTLEMeX L'A'S ("BO 1 l ure plrassnt munta aad Ujar.l a a pri vate family la tbe aorthweat . with aede and leutiia uourt Aaoraaa nti). teis oanin fOK SALKMl-BLI..lMii;ii. easWtaMwalBsWBmns1f Wnsnanaf iMf isWtamC JsBsnlw tHnsbnt sSw tstsatsV 60U Af sMf fflsBnsrtWantl assT fTsWtasf Jlssf fltftna! 1JHW SALS-PATBalT 4.S97. DATRO MAY L sn.lsae.lor taubuoider. AwdrwOtfo aTaiPALL. S34 Liq-fci l. Bajtla.re U.t FR A0Jt-OMEO THE ttESTBAaVQAINS ever offered if ao'd ' oaue, a strong pbaet.4i tuawy and haj!diuBe top bung's both Hri cluu maki .-xhJ o new; osWaer leeviati towo; QiUat sail- Private stahae. MM i3ti.iu lilt MOKY TSi LalAV. jt j OMEtf TO iAURI iniJATl OR mterest. No delay wbe aeeuglAr 1 ewud. MONEY TO LOAM Ott OUO WWMft?. fttLM CM. . 4T La ave- iliiiiiLiyiiiniiiii .1 ipn 1 1111 im 1 11 iiiiiiiswwiwsisssWSSIP- tOJT, A(i . gWB" gsssVsfjpenw navmnj smjnmssTM'a bmR'sb p es sfr wipflwWsstswe 4t n at t aiio Ft cam- AltAMY TOLOAM tm ALit.roied Real B. H. V. "" " sr--'" -""LWwrn TTT- ten C. BILL. SAUL ESTATW AMO mi .t In ii uorla of tne and Hre Ina&raaue Corner Stn aad F ate se.Lt Droit nmiaiBg. roatattaio.K or Ata-Kite. c Cty s.. bi X o. K or' URaMto FOR L1 states OiiU Trrr . rim. Vw Lv ale iBC Ma r nwaet Wiiinesiiir ef tiisnisisjnB mwmwmns SnMsssrnmwmwaBawV sJaemf mwmnVmst nmwmsffnmwl UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION Oyer a Million DISTEIBUTEU. La. S. L. Louisiana Stale Loltery Co. Incorporated by the Leglslatnre foreiln a tlonalsnd charitable purposes and its fran chise made a part of tie present State 1 - stltutktt, la !S7s by an evtawaWLsnsw rory haRverc. Its ORANTI nrrrUOMtrtARY DRAW INGS take place wnt-Aanaelt tJane and December), aad He RA!fD SINWtR u BRRSRAWtNfHS take place la each of tho other ten months in the year, end are ill drawn tn pebllc, at the Aoedenty ot Mu -. NewOrteeaa, L. "We do hereby certify that we snperv -.5 the arrangements for all the Monthly ar I Semi Annual Drawings of the Louisiana '-.r. Lottery Co., sail tn person menace and n trol the drawnsgs themselves, and that tho seme are condensed with honesty, faime-s and tn good faith toward all parties, and wo aa thorite the ooaapany to nse this certlfi'-a'c. with fee similes of our signatures atu ted, la It advertisements." JScf CommlMleoers, We tbe undersigned bonks and banke-s wilt pay an prises drawn la the Loui-iaci Stale Lotteries wbieh any be preseote I a' ear coenters: R. M. WALM8LEY. Pres't U. Nat. Back. P. LAXAVX. Pres't J-tate Nat. Bank. A. BALDWIN, Pres't N. O. Nat Bank. 1ARL KOIIN. Pres't t'nlon Nat. Bank rawing WILL TAKE hLACE AT THE New Orleans, TUESDAY, SEPTEM BER !'; 1830. CAPITAL PRIZE, $300,000. 1H.8II Tic.els at ttl Mm, SfOt Quaiieis, S5j Tenths, lk Tweniieik, l, LIST OF PRIZES: ) PRIZE OF l3fsVs I. t FRIER OF Vjm 1. 1 FRIER OF Mjm is. . I FRIES OF , I t FRIERS OF nUWare . 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