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THE DAILY CEITIC, MOKDAY EVENING, AUGXT 18, 1890.
AT THE CAPITOL. ftflJiMOClTY AND IHCTAMATtOH 4N TUB TARIFF BILL m mm mm mmsm BH fi H&? Wfce Sto at lie Iwtewe f lite Alilhtefl)T'-PHw- lags f the Hsuse. SiwtOr JWfaTiwra this morntnf fjiftetlaj tke foiimvlBt; unrtmlmetit to the Thttf UN: "TVrat wuenem the President of the UnltW States shall ! satisfied thai any sugar prmlncing country, whence sugar Is txpVwtal to the United States, has nlKrlUliHl its duties or taxes upon the importation of the principal agricultural products of the United States, he may tty proclamation diminish or remit the duties Imposed hy law upon siiRar or any Class thereof produced in anil exported direct from any such country to the United States for such porlotl of time as he shall think fit, so long as such products of the United States are admitted free of duty or tax Into such country and no longer.' It is thought Senator Edmunds was selected hy the Administration to pro pose this amendment to giro It local weight, ho bring unUcrsally recognized as one of the greatest Constitutional lawyers In the country. Senator EdmundsnlsoofTerod another amendment authorizing tho President to Issue his proclamation of retaliation against any country discriminating against the Importation of any Amorlcan food products. Tho amendment Is Srnctlonblv the bill which pawed the cnate ,two years ago, but fallal to be come n law. OBNEIlAL DEFICIENCY HILL- TARES UI The Senate to day took up tho Gen eial Deficiency bill. in THE MOUSE. The llouso agreed to tho confermeo report on tho Bonato bill to reorganize t and establish tho customs collection dis trict of Piigct Sound. Scna'to bill was passed authorizing the construction of a bridge across the Columbia River by tho Oregon Hallway Extension Company. Ecnatc bill was also passed granting leaves of absence to per diem employes In tho Customs Service. The Mississippi contested olcctlon of Chalmers vs. Morgan was then called up. Tho majority report points in favor of Morgan, the sitting member. Dererred Until Wednesday. Senator Quay will not call up his reso lution to flx an order of buslncs until Wednesday, as Senator Hoar Is cot prepared to address the Senato on Ms proposition to Include the Election bill. In the meantime a caticm tiny be held. " -... SAD SUNDAY ACCIDENT. A Tonne Man Mteti Dentil on 11 l'teaiutB Trip. John Olcason, a bricklayer, who re sides on II street, between Sixth and Seventh stouthwest, was drowned In the Potomac River near the Arsenal yesterday afternoon. He, In company with a party of six other friends, started out on a pleasure trip down tho river. Thtlr boat was struck by a gust of win 1 and capsized and all hands thrown Into the water. Tho most of them had prosence of mind enough to hang to the boat until others coma to their roscue. Gleason, however, was carried away from the boat by the current and disappeared. The ferry-boat. City of Washington, was hailed and asked to render assist ance by loworing a boat, but the Can tain did not show any disposition to do so. Some distance up the river he passed the police boat, Joe Blackburn, and Informed Commodore Sutton of what had happened. By the time the police boat had reached the overturned sklft most of the men had been taken from the water by other boats. No little Indignation seems to be mani fested toward tho ofllclals of the ferry-boat for tho manner in which they acted. Those who were rescued from the water feel confident that bad there been a response to their calls for help that Gleason would not have been drowned. The body has not yet been recovered, although, the river was dragged by the crew of the police-boat untildark last evening. When the Alexandria ferry-boat was on Its way up the river this morning the Captain and the passengers noticed a body they thought to be that of John Gleason, the man drowned yesterd-ty, floating in the water. O '.era oa the boat, however, thought i to be the body of a woman and sot . wan. As seoB as the boat laati-il the matter was repotted to the pollee boat and they Matted off Immediately la search of It, bat at 1 o'clock this afleraooti bo body had beta recovered. Mriiok With an Axe. Yeeie.fdy afteraooa betweea I and 5 e'ehtek Bart Saudi wood and Saw Joba tea beeasae I evolved Is aa altercatloa Is tbe rear of pretaisee No. 908 Fifth street settthweat. During the fight Jonasoa was struck ia the hand with aa axe ia the heads oi Satallwood. The lajtwed bmb was atteadad by Dm. Mta a ad Gaidaer, aad after wards seat la the Freadaua's Hospital. N J asset have as yet beea a4. mm m Sparrlus at Karuau's. To-alga Billy Youag, the well-kaowa lkjht-wg.ht pigt, will spar four fasiasle with Mike Raedy at sCar aaa's Thaasie. The coalast will be for IMlikte, aad will doubtless be aa la r aejlajc aaa. Yosutg will auat all rowers this weak, aad a prise is ottered to aay aae waasa ha floes atst heat ia the aX toftMmuHtlttr of louads. Dariwc the vmk Kotiii McXUIftft, IMty, PlyMwi um1 at&jr local c-kfarf-8 wfil SyuUMM of IkhtariU fcUJma ? Jba Mttrm Oeht(MiTsCtfasl OaC aK MM! MaMAM it at Hi fl TtM ItiffPtf JsHgaflaV Usaf aah f " t s-i-tr. r IrilB bjbsbbsb; Bssnay sump y "-"24 Tswa! sl h -quale aid acrid, at others thkk. ct ait sjsjrnm, parwJ W -fls? 0sMamat (0 nnniUll wmMlT Baa IHUBK , wi -, mtmmui j , watery aaa luaaaewi i she 4fs, Uaaiaess, haclt o dear Ue throat, sxpec- kanste ef oaaaalie Matter, toast atr with scaas iBBsa ulcers; the voice Is cEauged aaa tvaag; tae orttaw u esteasivtt. IM taste tie towakeai thsse I e at al ill i) an jh aiaotal ilauatsaloa. a liaHiJaaT cottsjp sa4 Maarat uauiutv- If SMS kftsf sU. or auy ooushtsfabte uwuAar c taatesfan'tanis.yaM ace suSerbuc troui Xaial CaitMh. The more i.aiMtBcAt.ail W SSaaase 1m LmosM, Uwi Kteaur the Sfca OltcraUy oi kiuitMUi ui iuu niimll, wuUuui MMllI ia lUiletUUliUutl, iUd tuJ iu lUc (MS. KO JiotttM U to ikiiuuuu, uioic J. caatiM and JU4tfui, uf lvu iiuikttal. tii toce uaaaceaisMllj ueated by psutU- ilata. JlVe tihUUMUld duUus tsmnti U gtud l'j Ifct inauuhctmuri uf Ut dttg i aUirb &uuii tor a lium ul l,nt h FREDDY, THS PRODIGY. An Kletit-Yntr-nhl Unr With Many VnrMl Af-eumplUhment, A small btjy, with jet black y ami an otal face, clad In kntckeTtweVen, and locking for all the wwM like hntdredsof thousamls of other boys, Stood In the wings of the state at Kcrnan's Theatre this momfng and toW a CRTTtc reporter some of htt history and atcompltshmetits. lie Is a lad whose name Is known on two eontiMmto ami whose abilities hare glttMd htm a worhl-wWe reputatioB, altmmih h te not vet 8 years of Ills stage name Is "fmMf," and llcimann made him famous last year, whin he was the bright particular star of the great magician's company. The boy is a ptodley: but, wilh all his ac complishments, he Is a modest, nnat enming little fellow, and a delightful conversationalist. "I was born In Turkev." he said, "but my parents are Americans. Papa had a circus and was showing through that country when I was boru. I made my flist appearance In Vienna when I was G years old, and since then I have performed In all the larger cities of Eu rope. I have also been In Jerusalem, Damascus and Bagdad and through a good deal of Asia Minor. In fact, I've been nearly nil over the wo'rld. I like Patls best. It's a nice city. Have you tver been there?" Then Freddy, with the air of a vet eran traveler, told of his journeys In foreign lands, and he must be an un usually bright observer, for one gets Intcitstcd In the delightful descriptions the little chatterer so unconsciously gives. "I am 7 years ami 8 months old," ho continued, "and I can sing in eleven languages, although I only speak four. I can read In French, Spanish and English, although I can only write in one. What do I dot Oh, I sine, dance, and lead the orchestra, but I can do a tumbling and contortion act, if necessary. I am also learning to play the piano, but not for stage pur poses." "Do you find tho work hard?" "Oh, no. You sec, I'm accustomed to It, and I don't mind it nt all; in fact, 1 like it, and it does not tnnko me tired. It's easy work, too. If you will wait a few minutes I will show yotl what I do." Just then the lad's father approached and told him that ho niteht havo some trouble leading tho orchestra (his prin cipal act) because of tho lack of a cer tain Instrument. Freddy was disap pointed, but ho answered cheerfully ho would lie all right, and then bado the reporter good-bye. lie has ucver been to school in his life, but takes his lessons at home. His father, Mr. Clark, Is an old playwright, and has been on tho stage for nearly twenty years. Ho takos n pardonable pride In tho ability of his young son, who has travolcd tnoro and possesses higher Intellectual accomplishments than many older persons have. "I began Freddy's education," said ho, "when ho was 1 years oil, and have continued It ever since. Jlo has been all over the world, performed every where and Is one of the bcstMys In the world." Tho boy Is exceptionally well bred and the very pink tit polltom ss; n good talker, using correct language, and Is altogether what Is claimed fo- him a prodigy. WAHTS TO LEAYE TOWR Jolin Thcurer llun Keen Bent Anuj .Mnny n TIiho Ilefore, Sanitary Ofllcer Frank thlt morning Interceded with Judge Mills to allow John Thcurer to depart from the city. Ho was charged with vagnncy and promised he would leave the city at onco. Thcurer Is a crank and has been about Washington tnoro or lees since !&?. In August of that year he was committed to the asylum and when be came nut In 1S8S his fare was paid to New York. On June 7, 1880. the man came back to the city and was committed to the workhouse. A month later his trans portation was paid to Pittsburg. In October be returned and was bagged for sixty days. In December he threat ened Secretary Blaine and annoyed other people about the State Depart ment For this he was given six months In jail. On June t last he was sent to Cincinnati, but wandered back again and was brqught Into court. CURIOUS FREAK. L'clltor Hmltli1 Name mono Aoron the North Itlver. from Ikt JSmuuUmmy Spirit. We received a letter from our brother, L. D, Smith of Jersey City, dated July 18, which, on account of the weird na ture of Its contents, Is herewith given: "Dear Brotiibr: The Western Union Telegraph building was burned In New York to day, and while stand lag oa Pier E, In Jersey City, alatost directly opposite the seeae of the eoa flaeratlon, but probably a mile away, a little piece of burnt paper Hoated (low a through the air aad lit at lay feet. What I educed roe to pick it up I do aot know, but I did, aad turaiag it over fouad what will explain itself to you Was it a message?" This bit of burat paper, which was eacloscd la the letter, was about the size of the hollow of a mucilage bottle, aad directlv aerose Its face ia the cealre was prlaieu ia bold face type the babm of "W- O. Satith." Of course it was a mere eoiachieace, hut a very uaeaaay oae. Were we aooa to quit IbU autrtal frame ia aay vkdeat or uaaxpeeted way, superstitious people would believe tbatthk little bit ef paper, waiek floated away from the biiralag tele graph buiklusg, was oblig tag esvough to augur the eveat le our brother. May KaUava ObacUaM lBttltsMoa. Comptroller Matthews has seat a da cisioa to the CoiniuUetotwrs ia which he says that they may tsaue such re quiatttoa for charitable inatttutioai as are actually aeoaasary, pfmllBB? the av pcsBtsttfcat of the suparlalaadcnt of charities. '' - ' Made Uar Unihaail Stan Uatr. The win of the late Mary J. Oastlager of Kauai Pieaeaat, who dsaji oa the ltth of Juae, lssm, has baas iatd. Siie tojutatjaftd all her asoatttty. seal aad Msaaaal, to her auahasui Jasaas Q fifstjajjtr. iBfil apfitisBfajs bbbb soaf exectss&f- JTnm tki Cmu IHtaw. Leiaureiy Stiaagaj 1 sssapoae ajosr you don't sell audi aae young apitaf cascheae as taeae to hoarlaag'-hiosMg keeaatat Profictator of Meat Mrkt Kot eHea. Mrs- Iroas. sfceuck, who kaeae a teaai- dsea of thaas evaty saoeaag. SuaagM (with ataciityr-fhaak mu. (Disappears ha the iHrtrV'r of Mra Iiuur ooarikag-houa-) iBiuyliBv Taia h very Taursaajr to Ulnml Sarh a4 hmfyer Fcnj- KoctMtluaUw or cam-U-g. Kvsry Ut-ket utiUos the aoklar to a rctartvtl kL KuUuJ Uip 1 TriUu luvu Vt A O Stoxiuu each ThurwUy ia.nl SrpicuiLtr 4 t lu a iu Set ire WHITE BAILED. TIB YGbNG "SfMETY" MAN kH$ FDRtfER REGAINS Hit FREEWMi DlKtrtrt Attorney Arraes OppiMMl the Arirllcntlan. Imtffm Orerrtaled. Tnken Away' tiy III Attorneys. Brwwn Peihum, th attorweys for B. ShflpswnlWfilte, armearsd before Jmlfe Bhullby Jmmwllately npoa his a nival in the city this afternoon ami presented Mr. Daniel Ifelllgnn as bonds man In the sum of $9,000. Mr. Armes objected to the acceptance of this bond, as it was shown by the tax schedules that he did not possess over $3,01 worth of property and had placed his name on other bond. Judge Bradley', however, overruled the objection ami held that Mr. Nelll gan was responsible for the amount As soon as the approval was reeelved an order was given for the release of the prisoner, which was placed In Jim Sprlngman's hands. About 2 o'clock White was brought before Deputy Clerk Merrick, when the bond was accepted and White given his freedom. He was dressed exactly the same as on the day of his appearance befort Judee Miller In tho Police Court; In a black cheviot sack suit, with black straw hat. He, however, wore a white linen shirt Instead of flannel. White, as soon as admitted to ball, was hur riedly placed in n carriage and driven away. His attorney would not allow him to converse with any one. When Clerk Merrick asked White where his address would be between this time and October, he replied: "52 Carpenter Block." It was expected that White would Immediately loave the city, but he did not do so. It was alto rumored that another warrant would Immediately be sworn out for his tcarrcst, but such did not prove to be ttuc. - ...ii- TOWN SPORTING TALK." lnlIe (lottlp of the Amateur nmt l'rafeMlonntfi, From tht .t$ Yorl Star. Going out to Lake Hopatcong one day last week 1 sat in the smoking-car behind Robert Dunlap, Mr. Brockway and halt n dozen othor city mon inter ested In this resort. I noticed they cast frequent antlclpatory-sort of glances at a lingo basket, occupying an entire coat, which I was told contained quantities of market deltcaoles, topped off with "Perfcctos" and "flM." The car tilled up at the first stop, a burly tramp taking the seat with the hamper. Along came the conductor as the train swung out of the station. "Ticket I" "No; hain't got none." was the tramp's reply. "Have to slop the train and put you off." "Won't you 1st me ride to the next station?" 'Not by a blanked sight! " Bell-cord. That tramp was hustled oil In no time. But what a rush there was for the back of the train as somebody called out. "Why, the conductor put the basket off with him!" The Impatient conductor had glvon the basket a toss and a kick and sent It after tho tramp, causing the contents to lly In all directions. The last seen of the benighted way-farsr, as we were whltlcd around a curve, was a ragged vision on a stump, holding a cold chicken and a bottle of champagne In its left hand, while the Angers of the right twirled a provoking dedance from his sunburnt nose to the sorrowful speculators leaving him so rapidly be hind. ' A HERO'S RELICS. Charles XII. In III Taint) a Neen hy (Jtcar l'reitrlk, ICIuc at dweilon, Frm Alt DUry. On the 31st of August, 1990, another King Charles stood surrounded by some of the highest in the land la the Cathe dral of ltlddarholmen. In the Curo llnglan vault, by the side of the open sarcophagus of his renowned name sake. A conscientious examination corrobated on tbls occasion how groundless were all the suspicions that our hero fell by the hand of an assas sin. Let us thank God for the certainty that his life, so full of gTeat deeds, bad a better and for him more worthy end ing. I, too, was fortunate enough to be permitted to glance at the remains of this remarkable man, before whom Eu rope once trembled, and above whose blanched temples InauaieraUe trophies Hoat high up In the dome, so eloquent in their silence. The moment U as memorable as It was solemn, aad the featurea of Charles XII. are deeply Iu pressed oa my miad. Leave was gives, me to break off a leaf of the laurel wreath which shadowed his forehead, aad to cut off a lock of bls-hair ia re mtmbrsBce of the day. To these trees ures I caa add two more symbolic of Charles, aamely. oae of the trutfy swords with which be so often fought bU way to victory, aad his Bible, from the pages of whkh hederlved that preceDte that impart streagth ia alt vteUsiiudeg, aad which ase sa baauti fully expressed ia the famous old war cry of the CaioMagiaai "With God's help'" A e l'lrw. Hi. B. K. Plata, retiring from active buUaeM, sells his iaterest ia arm of B. &. Plata fc Co. to Mr. Lewis G. Tewasbury, s soaker ol New York city. The auilaaM ia future will tie conducted ia the name oi Levis U. Tekseury Jt Co., with osaces is 'w Yoik, Uueago aad Washiagtoa. The eatce ia this city wiU be practically uiular the old management, as Mr. W. B. Hieta, ho has beca a member of the arm of B. K. Plain . Co. since that houM was satab lUthed tight kv agu, retains his In terest in the new arm. aad will have charge of the Washington ofltce. Mr. HibEa U wcll-kuowu in aaaaclal aad bual- aeat circles, and beam dastixedlt' a high rewitattoa for mtearttr ahwty. The oaaee of the ana will con tinue to be la the Adams building, l< P strthifi whfcch u hsaaaossaly mrrftnTftfld and tlmassurisly euuiipsjed for t&s traaaacstoa of sgaaerai fcsntlnYand brokerage basiaaM. Tie Sew York, Chicago aad washiatrtoa oaVes are roaaected by their own private wises, which gives them superior facilities Jur the haadhag wtth dtapatch of ordara fur aay seciusties dealt m the vartotts eachanMes of those ctties. TSm ktoy tar a MhjumiM. rum td VkUaJdvkia JUoj. It Ua't at all aacaaaary fog SouUera IWMuxaSa to hoffiviat MrMthata svorais hut Korthera KstrnthJaVthae aWWv boy cott Torn Bead 'wAh gitsaf asaitBs The iutKtuitt tam ! to he aU sdaWVaS' Jr Wsbp eamseaww Wal 9wsar j"il TPMIPbsN SBiwawasjmassa' W" . . . g - .... ,- ta at aa itsase asa aj jnks. ' William D. Hosts says the gntat A u-tricsa oovnt is to come nxt of Ue West. ' ' Weil Ohio "us wea .f Niw York juu knuw WANT BALLOT REFORM NOW. Ihe WtMnmeT"ttorfU H Tot Off TVIih Imletthlte frhralee. ritwn nt rt s. The hope of tr Qmty organs that thry have succeeded in eliminating bal lot refotm from the present canvass, and postponing the Issne by their Indefinite promle of doing sonretnlng unstwcilted In thatdfTfctmn by legwative enaet mint. Is evhwntlf not well fwnnded. The Knights of Labor, with whom the farmers ami the whole body of pro ducers In the State are In active sym pathy, are determined that this que Hon, so vital to them, shall be practi cally settled in the present canvass. They have had ample experience of the utter worthleseness of ring promises for reform. They know very well that a Lcgisla tine, even partially dominated by the bosses ami the corporations, and, very rertalniy, a Legislature in which the Ptnate wotihl be sorely undtr such In fluences, would never pass a ballot re form law which would be effective. Accordingly, they insist that Mr. Pow derly's plan of a constitutional conven tion for ballot reform, which has been accepted and is being pushed by the Democratic State candidates ami the Democratic party all over the State, shall be made the principal Issue in the November election. The candidates favoring this will undoubtedly receive a decisive non-partisan vote, a Gov ernor and Legislature wilt be elected In full fjmpatby with tho Knights of Labor and the ballot reformers; the convention will be called, ami long be fore the election of 1802 the people of this Commonwealth will bo In the en joyment of a free and Independent fictet ballot, secured to them forever by the Constitution Itself. AFRICAN PYOMIBS. The Enrllett Iteferencn Mails to Tlieno Little Men, Fttm A (iHitltman't Mogotint. The earliest reference to the pysmlee occurs In the narrative of Andrew Bat tell, who spent three years la tho king dom of Loango during the first decade of the ecventecnth century. He says: "To tho northeast of Manl lCcsock are a kind of little people called Matlmbas, which are no bigger than Boyes of 12 years olde, but vert thlckc, and live only upon llcshe, which thdy kill in the woods with their Bowes and Darts. They pay tribute to Manl Kesock and bring all their Elephants' tcceth and taylcs to htm. They will not enter Into any of the Marombos' houses, nor will suffer any to como whore they dwell. And If by chanco any Marombo or peo ple of Loango passe whore they dwell then they will forsake that place nndgo to another. The Women carry Bow and Arrowcs as well as the men. And one of thcto will walk In tho Woods alone and kill the Pongo with their poysoncd Arrowcs." The Flemish geographer. Dipper, wtitiog In the seventeenth century, refers to the pygmies In the following language: "Before the King's cloth sit some Dwarfs, with their backs toward him; 1'yrmles Indeed In stature, but with heads of a prodigious bigness, for the more exact deforming whereof they wear the skin of some Beast tied round about them. The Blacks say there is a Wilderness where reside none but men of such a stature, who shoot those Glgantlck Creatures, tho Klephants. Tho common names of these dwarfs Is Bakke-Bakkc; but they are also called Mlmos." A BIO REWARD. The UnciritioiM I'rlca OMureil tii Uet Kid oi JUbblti. From Mr XmU SptttoMr. To earn the 30,000 offered by the Now South Wales Government for "the effectual extermination of rab bits," numerous schomes have been suggested, many, as the Commissioners say, "of a surprising character, and quite Impracticable." olectrlclty, poi sons, firing the country. Inundations, natural enemies (Includlon rats, wild cats, weasels, stoats, skunks, snakes, Tatnianlan tigers and Tasmanlan devils, more objectionable as neighbors, oae would think, than the rabbits), fencing, traps Indefinite, and combinations of all the above. The large introduction of polecats, stoats, ferrets and weasels Into the Aus tralian colonies will In the end prove a remedy worse than the disease. It is said that children and lambs have al ready been attacked by them, aad yet the demand for these ferocious little creatures Is so great that game-keepers In Eneland are selling them for Ss. and 7s. each forexportattoa. lie raid Full I'rlca. Tm tkt Ttrn ibuU Mtpftu. "I waBt a pair ef tweesera, please," said the well-dressed customer to the Instrument maker. "Yes, air. Are you a physiciaat" asked the dealer, it being customary to make reduced rates to the member of that profession. "No; I am going lata the ice btui- new." i. The Administration Ferplasail. mm Ou Htm Pert Sum. "Benjamla, I aad that the roof of this cottage leaks." "Does it? H'm. 1 wonder whose place it is to have that ixed, Waaa maker's or miae." a3aitmedH Died. iUiwiew UOPKIba Aanut IS. IM Wft '. Maador of altera1 ZSiei. UglLBfti-Qa Aaamst u. at Wuctocaa. .. Fraak. ahtaataoa U W. F and Wa HeUee. to the Ush yaar 7ht aae. Funeral trum bia unreal realdenre, Utt Coneraa utoct. Hoaday, aaoat is. at s o'clock p. n. Xehttlves sad fnsaas Invited W attend. ahrTZ -On fcatatday. aagutt W. nut, at t SB n. a , Charles Salt, batovad haaoauvl vt JtUea elU. la the W year of his age Fuacral will take pmee Isota at- AWru charch. Jtoaday, Aacast la. at t. tu. MaUOVhY-aaddealr. on Saturday awm iac iuiui M us, at ik realdaaat. No. .11 keciatreaaorthieatBavU Maaoney. PJULUt- Oa autut i. WW. at : a " efcarlea V. FraUa.tor mure than twaatr years atahbtHJaubiaMOi B. W. Barker liOCMJaOa aumi la, ttoaeri 8 Mouo. hetoved on of K. t3aoaale. of ty(L. ii mvar. Funeral wUl take place iaauday. ai-i in, at his faisiiir'e reshtunne Itr c - "-t toatbsMat. at i o'chmkr Friaoda ua . . tlvk of the faatUy iuvitetf to auead- S0UN-Oa Frklay. Jktueuat is. ' Jamas B . oldest ua ol Thomas anJ u .' rin Bolden. seed 11 years- KUMCY- On Friday. Aucuat 14. VoM. n. m-, John Pural, only vhud oX Bc'... -i Joha Bohey. wed u moats aad I dy. lFrJaT.-o Friday, aaamat is. w- ' YisuhiHosi-em antut i. law. a Irving TUumntoa. yuuaaaat soai ; and xary 1 b amnion. WBXASi-On KrUiay. Aaut is. ' ' oVckct p ui . MafBte, oetuved U.j ' VSliajn anJ CatMriae Wbetae. m i year of b.r tfc ijj hiMtaet frauie iBanntaotarar la the c; - and mm ber new ahaMa Ww. BMluit&f Utl abd toll AAU alUtt. taitirt ti. titvlrs yruaLtlj tu ututv.-r em Tueaaar aTaTtha aaaaimaaa at the tUlh aairJat aopaia aa taa . sniey sV INFANTS .V INVALIDS. ' ' a i ' JJ Iffli THE ONUV Perfect Substitute for Mother's Milk. INVALUABLE CHOLERA HrANTUM rnDTEETMINO. A r, iirklT .milit1 FimmI fit DYSPEPTICS, CONSUMPTIVES, CONVALESCENTS. A PERFECT NUTRIENT In idlMtlncdlMm ismm ss eeotma. mips is ah cumatis, oc'"'lnfiints,,,mfldfreetoMij3mB. B DOLIBER-GOOOALE CO . BetTON. Ms. sriioiAi. jJOTicra. a1 WAmnTO!, D. e' .Aae IS, Im WIhlritto retire from actlvo limine, t tisvc ibis day sold all my latn-et In the Arm t f B. K. Ham Co. to Mr. Lewl O. TewSs bTj. Maker Wt Brnier, of Mew Tork CTty. Tie bnrlBs hereafter will be rmntncteil In I bnam cf I.ew! fl. TewXrtnry f-o. Vt. W. B, Mlbbp.wlm ban been M.orinte.l with ue for the pat eHrht yr. contlnne with the new firm and will remain In churn of the Washington offlca. Mr. IIIMn needi no rerommerrtstlnn, as ah IntHtrli; ami abil ity are well known, bnt I take pleasure In reromnwntliT'pmy nr-foT to nr patrons ll the pnblto renrmlly m twine m all re ptcts worthy of their -onfideace and pa'ron ar.e. b. K rtAis. OUTfFTOWM BVS1SK8SA BrRCIALTT. tewl O. Tewhslmty. W. B. Ill bbs. Hanker, Mew Totk, 'enroadway, thioaeo, VablTitcm. 41. 4S Hew nt.. WmblnRlon u 0 . Sew York. Manager. LEWIS G. TEWXSBURT & CO- SUCCESSORS TO B. K. PLAIN &CO., BANKB RS, l88FST.,WAgniOTON,D. C. Investment Securities Dottsbt and Solil, ORDERS EXBCUTHD1N Stocks, Bonds, Grain and Petroleum FOK CASH OH ON MARGIN. 4 per cent Interest aliened on deposits sub ject to cbetk. erfrtent. Interest altovretl oa marclnae ernnts. Dallv Market Letter forwarded on applica tion. Con it a at (JnoUtloss of all Markets over onr own rrlvalo Wire. . TtiErnONit Call-315. Casui Apnsr-' faipwlatr." aaisjit PC33T-A OKNKKAt, MRaTINfl OF TUB 3" M okliolileri of the Hqnltable Knlow ment Aitoclatlon will be held TUSHPAV. AWiUiTH!, neo, at a p ra , at Itr office. 9i F stnw. ALt.KNC.Cr.ARK, null, 18 Secretary. KWTEMI'OIIAHY OFFICE OF TIIR !Xf WASIIINOTON LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY. 1001 F street n.w. CAriTAt, 11,0)0.000. Tbls company luue certiaoates of deposit bearlnc Interest a follows: Oa all amounts ilt' lot It nt tor ninety days or more, bnt tent than tlx month. S t-er cent, per annum; H per rent, on deports for more than tlx montM. bnt Ims than a year and I percent, on depotiu of one year or loncer. fecared InveatmetU for sale. Money loaned. W. tl. HOUIkOK. See. II. R. WARNIR. Tres. DIKBCTOH8: t bar lee It. Bailey, fteorae F. Sohafer, James L. Harbour, . John A. Hamilton, OeorreB llartol, Thomaii Pomervllle, lllcbard W. (lay, Jobn A. Swore, Horace S, Cammlaas, J. 8. ttwormaUdt, J. J. Darlington, Ilattenley W. Talbott. John Joy Baton, rieore Trnetdell, t'harle J. Faulkner. II. It. Warner, Albert F. Fox, A. A. Wilson, o. c Oreen, L. I. W1m, William n. Onrlry. 8. W. Wood want. John 11. Lanier, Chan. HmJ. Wllkloaoa. A. S. Worthlneton. r"DK. WUITB, CIHROFOIlIgT. 14I retina. aTe.,oppolte Wlllard's Hotel. Tl.oqumU from far ami near vMt Dr. White for relief from aad avoidance of eorae, bun tons, dlteaaed nails and all other foot trouble. Hours, 8 a. ra. to S p. m. Suu dan.fltolt BatablUbollSSI. Fee.jl. KBf-WIlY NOT IIAVK YOUH HHlRTa :XJ made by one of the moat celebrated entters In Amerlenl Frtoa aanw aa tboa third-rate cutters charge. I. T. BALL, W F ItCT, KDr-FORSBBHO i MUBRY. vzxs Axent In Wanulogtoa for TI1K WHITTIKR KLKVATOK Of BO410B. THE BBST ELEVATOR IN TUB WORLD. Over 40 bare been put Into the beet build lass la Vi aahlngton In the Iat two years by ua. Bstlmatee promptly fnrnlaaad. AlMaaaou for the WortLington Ktaant FumpinK Maehln XT Alto General MaebinMt and Kngineer. A large Hock of Basin and Boilers, Fumpi and Blevatora oa band. Wararoosa Irosa JC01 to tost Seventh street soutbwatt. fSiT-rjiOTItCT YOUB8BLVE8 AtiAINST ll TYPHOID AND MALARIAL FBVBiW. The Alvarez Dlalafeelant Company U pre- Cjtd to fnBiat aid dlalafect all preaaMea vadrd by typhoid and other nuUeaaat and cost a pious fever a. Atk your drugfiat or pocer for tne ALVA REZ CLOSET ASD CEaaPOOL DiSINFBCT ANT. Price, iSe. and St par box. For far ther Information adrM the Cornpaay.at Nt F at. n. w. aatUia fJ. WILLIAM LBB Unceaaiar to Henry Lae'a Sena), VNBBaTAKHK. 34 FA. AYK. N. W.. Btaash oatoe. m Marytaad aye, s. w. tW'CiUlrrBBJsB BYOfkiieKBial laW. FHAMCLIX IKSl'UAXCE CO. OF WAHlhGTOf. a C. CAF1TAL AVU il-HFLla. fS.(0S. Has necer tnataated a loa by Ira. but always make panawt aad ttberal adjnataMBU. Dr. Daniel M. Cbrie. pteat: Georse B. Leaaoa, ticn prra; inane a aaaurr,inu.;i. rwa- wtik lena-, ay; Will F. ltoUkr. 't Htf. taSB,aa WA.NTHU-HHL1'. (at A . Jtanrahursr M. SS tmUt mr m iaiirnltay ml $r thru. Waatb asm tu iarraiuaH.vs asb l aaU a anectaity oa aaiary ur rommiatau. ASdry gHvKcrtm. 144 Kha -lirABTBh MBN TO INTaUMH'CB AND w JAMTUf-A WB1T WUbUK FOB taBat- aral hoeuuework in famflv of i adalt. Stat Fat la,St w ATaW-BABV ABO QSUTKJATB WILL intUXaUAdarliu vacation. UU6tb IIS. la.it Ar AaVTBD-A LBO WBITB WOet AM. 1 1 aeas and huneet, to cook and do general homework in a aaaall family; no waahtnc or bakinjr;(uod 4BUshatni resetencea nqaoata. nuivu to IMatBOLATaXYOOOU. BB aari far atmaral aoaiemurk. while at 67 B at a MMt AUAKrhB-iJOD UAUav FOB A JMXL tt kot4;aoae other need apply: with ret areaea- Mis Bat aw. U.U WaOTIh-i OikOO GMtL FO 00 COOK It lac. wakkias. iMBiaf and asaatal boue- work Apply arttn j . la.1t 7Aj D4 oBTl'LtO. BBUABI4L well aeeouiawBdad couk and Aenerl nottaeworhar. at ins ST at n w. or tath. la.1t WABT BD-A KBF1SBD UUHG TBrTB V woaoan ir narae aad UJr'.mald wbo 9ahaa a yaraiaseul plate catbolu: we- teread Cail sltawToUmbU a a w is.at f ABD-A Bay WITS aOMB XSFBBi 11 wwe Is prlsauni buUa. UK " lr4atTKD-AK BXFBBIBKt. U CULB VI aacae for infant goad rafissttaoe re- unaw: vao a wonuut tur senaraiaousesioca, Mt VafBVOt7NCi kt4NWBOTB4T8 4 V V ioad hand. isair at its tth at a r AMTJuiA OatAsT l"o lOOB, WAatl II and tax moat brma: references and tis at BAaht Anti. m; t 'i.1'?.' 1" t AVAJITEJU- A UUU IN A5l otrl It II BU3l Ut i..'.JIl4 J I o.l I mr jg say -m mm wiNTKP- -nrr.p. NTnaBoWTnAXn WtlITll AND w opfraffpr on FOTnTnaxo,rr. liowe nnx ex- pri rorrt halm ntl symTf- tii JJwrrn jm, FoM,.p-Bnlldlnj. corntr Tth and Ft. Htfrn 4 atlrl Sp IB. l w Tn-f jfKn mm. vrjit nBissRAl, bonctr1t. Apply at SfS rth st s W. 111t . . Mt rvinetV WAV 1 1 TM 111 ' fni'slhonoewort fa all famtty. C. c Al5Aa.:flRatltrt9pa. nst "Wwi trp- mat. fdK nCSHtRAt. Rrrt- wot: tin washmt or tfontna. s Mb M n w. H? n w. AY rAISTBT-A 1IDT WBTTB OtRLTO AT i lead to the awnrral honeework of small private lavlly;B wanMiiiror ironimr; mtwt May at BUM. WUCtwtt lWt WyANTF-P-WHtTF. MAN TO WORK ON V farm near this rtty; obp who ran do anything perttlaina to farm work, tpptyto Borm IW, Leamari wiIMIbr. 1419 Y are. lft WANTKII SITUATIONS. Wa'nTFD-IbY A TofNf? I.ADY..lfT KTRdnater! from the Tllrt School, a jwl t ton as clerk. Address ORADTJATK, thfnf flcc. JMJ rANTKD-BY RRT.IAB1.R WtttTIt MAN, V V owner of faet home and dayton; wteh'S steady emrloimcnt; very reasonable terms. Artdfeo K el K rt n w. IMt W ANTKD-rlY HgarirCTAllt.lt OOtD Ktrt.s place as chambermaid ami wait In maid. Addre- FRBSBNT BMFloYliR, 1311 It rt nw. Wt 7ANTBD-BY RBSrBCTAnt.B WIHTK woman, a place aa oeoki pod reter mc. AdrlreoBox IS, thlaojec I",3t 1rATKD-BY A YOUNO MAN OF BT V V perlence, a ll nation as clerk In itnre or office. Call at IK nth t a w. is.n WANTED-HY RRSPBCTADLK WHITR Irl, a situation a chamrwrmaid In fmall family. Address 11" Wlltbereer M, bet.SandT.sthandTlhstsn w. IS,t w waltn ANTBD-ttY COLOUR!) WOMAN. StTU ntlon a rook or as phamhetmahl and waitren Call or address ISIt K st n w. IMt tVANTni) IltieJMS. VyXNTEb'tOMMUNKCTWrReWMS VV ami boahl for lady and on: ttttween th ami 1Mb. F and M MS n w; terms moderate AddreM II P. 1 this oftk-e. ItSl tVANTKH MISOKl.t.ANKHUS. AdttrtUtintnU nmfrr IAU riad,foT Umter Uh, 16 etntt for on tnttrtton: 50 ttntt (n thru. nirANTBD-HOIiBHI To'rASTURIt AT V Oeneral Ilealn'a farm at $S per month: liet of paxture. rnnnlnc water ami plenty of hade, with careful attention. Apply to ten eral manarer. K. 11. LAFFKRTY, 10th at and Ij are, or at tbe farm. Telephone call, 705" 4b A FEW DESIRABLE ROOMS, WITH steam (ower, cood elevator eervle and flrat- elS Janltorsblp, in tbe l'OiST DUILUtNO, for real at low rates to flrst class tenants. Apply to STILSON UUT CHINS, 913 rost BnlMlne, or FRANK MAGUHtK, Superin tendent. rtllt BALKUODSRS. AitrrrlUrmsKti uiultr UlU Mad. favrlliuicr m, ttntt fer en intrrUen: W ttnttftr Wro. J70HCRD SALK OF IIKAI. KSTATE. ' DO TOU WANT A SNAIM That fine old homeatrad, 3M it n w. comprlMps nearly snuu feet of Round and arrone the mot clellathtful elevation In tieorcetown, will be Mhl at a racriaoa If taken toon. Ttrma ran be made Mtlfto lory; bnt the protwrty mnt bo aibl Bt onoe. Key at Mr C. It. FickllnK't oSee, Utah at. tteoTRetown. Write to L. ei JOHNSON, anfctf Rbharlrllle. V. FOR SAI.K-A BAHOAIN IF Sll.l AT onoe: S-Mory and baaement brtok house: : room and bath; all mod Imp; situated at No. taeiatnw; ptlce 1 1, IPO: term one-third oab, balance 1. tl and 3 year. Aprdr to FfctNClS lirFTY. 1301 F t n w.s fer; an FR RAI.B-1N ALBXANDRIA. 8 RK)M frame honte.Jutt flnlablna; nrdraat In yard; lot lSxll.l; nur home: price, JMX). Ap ply to IIOHKltT J. T1IOMAS. Room No. 2, Sit 1Mb at. I ?OIl HALK-TIIHEK OF THK CIIKAFBbT ' bontea In Watblnston, led, 10S and 110 1Kb at n e; two-story and bat omen t. brown atone trimming; 7 room and bath: eleotrte belt and eai: price, Moo each, two eaab balance to salt or trade tor rood Iota. Fell! ItKNTIIOU.HrW. AUfrtunnmtt mifHU Haul, ftmrUttor hu. aa tttt Ht out hutrttm: SO tmtt ftr Vm. F It HENT-UNFimNISnED- H1J Maaa ave. IT ra and aUble MOO lilt R at n w. is r uoo toil Conn ave, IS ra. iwi a k B w, jara 14ti t ex.. It r lseollaenw. it ra l0!thn w.llr 1TS7 Oatn w. lira 174 Fatnw.lt r , , IM. K H. , . . SLai.Tette-onaF.U ra.... SIS R at a w. IS n 31 :i?mbtB w, Mr rsse Iteo chapta K a w, M n rsoa Sis N Y ave n w. IT r 70 ea Sot lath at n W.Mrs SS ST I91S SWh at B w. M) ra SB Oil IMS O at a w. It ra SS SO U-HUlyer Ftaee, 11 r SB M litsNttnw.li r sooo ltso N t n w. W rs moo 1514 Lataw, lr & 1T4S N at n w, 8 r 59 OS IKMMotwbtOBK.Sr 50 00 itcesemwbiooH.s m so oo 1S11 vMim Ma, 9 ra 58 OS lltSlTtnatn w.T r tsee Itoocbapiaat.Sr tees U4lthtn w.bm 40 oo ISM Ttfa at aw, strand dwg 00 auxsoatn w.tra 3S 31 W43 Fierce Flaee. era 30 0 5SB lath at n w. ra MAS ltt N Y ave. S r 3S CU it -Mb at n w. S re n eo M4 asth at n w, ( m oa laeiitatatBw.sr The above hoaaa nan be eTamtaad by per mit from onr -Mae only. THOMAS J. FISH BR Jt CO.. IS Fat. a. w. F HKSV-T-XO BRAND NBW telX- K franw ho-aea. Uiik and drr looa- tlua; sear aharehe and nmhlla aehool In Dstecto-vn. Inanireof A.SkHKKKD, ta Haw rtIK ItKNT KUOMS. AdftrUftfi uat wttr IMt Af, A-rl4-M W Uh, at tfJt Aw em Uttatinn; tAmuttr lAm. JjHl TOK HKVT-MC1U.Y FUBNUHIBO BOOM las tnl-r-tf-a rB-all-r' j-usslv t.k oilla.n IBatnw. -a -..--- n f wwa, w njvmaie--- tS.'t 01 at HKht-t OB 3 LABSB UNFUKNUU'D nuu on 3d u. with he a. ku awl batk: objeeiiea to light houeeepl. aaaail la By of 8. Adatreas or cil,Lt . Kit m BT-t.troTABLY HJKNUH'D out room In amall famllv fur one or two team-man or taaia rur tana 13 hth st a w. la.it Tj0t I .BUT -VBBY DBtalKABUI FL'B I? niahed front room; ualythf per aaoaAa. Call .tnr lltbau w. alter 5pm. 3t J-sUfi BtarT-LAhB, FlBAa-VajT FKOKT X' room wnanowa;aioaaB.m. rouaaa. f la; oae ua 1st too aaltable for la valldT SOS tath at aw. ISM F01 B BBBT-FBIVATB FAV1LY NB4B rtnra t Circle will rant U. a desiraole at-' ty 4 or 4 nicely fare sod aounu at ruaaoa- price, can lean tain ail ,x m ajsVlSOS BSTi W. BEAITIFI'L rooma on and 3d Sooth: commitnl catinal ana unfrd: central looatiou; near War Uetiartment. beat a. utbburnuod, heat, Ua and bath, fanuiy private, uo cnil draa. MLtt TTAOB BBMT -BULF OF FlalE KOOhl. 3D r toor. At aUdln; $11 par moatb, Sll not rent to real eatate parttea. Addre m a. Atttt-rBbfla. m.k TOO a4-7 I -at T V W. 3 UAatB J." sua parlor oa 3d aooraad4 aor room., eafurniahed. ht.3t TX lUJPT-FAJaLOB. ; LtJL'aUCTUn I' rnajBher aad dk-al naoav aawy furuibed and p4it( for hnn art serine,; caterer upyuaiMr, aaia' rtto.ju.blf 173S 14th t caterer oppoaiAe: latli nrlvau tassliy; tacaw ii.it F)B BBaT-Sl'ITC OF BOOMa ON 3D dour tlecantly (nraiahed; alao front and b. . ronnrn. 3J Sour, asntlesnen only JUL lilt liJt T-OB BJtliT NIL LT ESa-Olt: for one or I -otuhera exu uxe. two tfenUenict.. '-at. U a A a w 15.lt TMk BNT- BS ON SO ASU) 3D J? Buur; -vutb front, nicely fuiiul a-nt-etaen preUrrcd 511 g at a W It WB WIST Ft itUsBi BOO WITU If board la yriie tastily a par tn-otii Addr D. C tiiu urnce .lt tAUAatUlWtl. MBh tOLlJN. Fuih-atLV OF LmMUsT u ha trimiit'cil Ur Fiencb bv)rd Uotf l, uat t 14! ! K i . lr, f r ui Na LiLa' Tti-ire Per.-. i u H, urii. ' ;. J 1 . u - cr .lioU rr, t, : -r a . . .. t ArcTirr IMW GfF.OR(.BW STtCKrTBY.Ailotlowr, r mBtrw. By vtrtne of two deerts of .ttust, mtsatd An l i,arid tlhs ttmk ttif JM21. aad rfhly rewrrh-a retaMrawtl" . tjs No. WIS, folio lie, e eq aid llbto. 1 ,fll- SW, et ea. of tfta htBd rword of Mr DWrict of (Yvinmrjie, and by the mt rMrmt of the party scared therety. WW srnr"!! at tabjrft auction, in front of tn Hjirnsat,m TVaWDAY, AUHCT aB.IS5n. t. o'erflokB m., lot lettered "P" in H. MagTitder'a snbill vtsto t.f lots to, 11. w and IS la writers nam hmA oa hnndrsn and flfty two OW in tn city of Wsshtnatrm, D v , with the improve Biejht term- One half cash, balance In one year. With tntemt at ppt cent, per annnm. e enred by deed of Inrst on propejrtv sold, or 511 cash at option of pnrchanr. Deposit of 100 rfttirtriw at time, of n.ie c vn vjyanoln r at M ti' e of BBtchaeer Term of sale to at eapetlt e of mrrc he comrlwd with within ten day. CTtARi.RS B. FRASRR. ,tAMBS FRASRrt anil codAds ttflstee. IKOROKW. STI KNBT.Anotloaeer, nrn r st. ttBS' BALI OF VALtTABLR IM IOVK1) Plrol'EHTT HTCATBO ON sntRIPAN AV8NIE. IN THRISCBDI VISION OF BARBT FARM. By vlrlne of a certain deed "f trust re corded in libr-r No 1ISS, folio Itlt, at aei one of the land records for the District of CVrtnm Wa, sad at the reqnest of the party aeenred thereby, we will offer for sale tnjront of tire premises on MONDAT, Tlfrt MTU HAT OF Airot'BT, at 5 o'clock p. m., the followlna; des'-tlhed re .1 eMate Mtnate In lire County of Washmirton, DtMrlct ot txhrmbla, and known and deecrllted a lot numbered 17, In wctlon 1. of the MibdlvMon of Barry Farm mado hy 8 c. rom eroy, John R. Blmns and O O Howard, trnte. Term) of n!e- tme thlril ch and the bal ance In one (I) and two S) year, with inter et at the rate of six per centnm per an num. payable reml annnally and tenrn by a deed of trust on the property "M. or all cah at the option ot the porch. 1108 deposit at time of aale. All crmvgyanclne; nmt reeordlnentpHrchaeer'ieoM. Term to be compiled with In 15 days or wroperty will be resold at rlek and cost of defaalllmt pur chaser. WILLIAM MAYSK, FRANK L. CALHOUN. atrS cod.ds St Trnateei. rnorosAM, VjitorosALB FOR TUHCHASB OF RAW 1, Hide Trunks--I'oMollloe Department Wahlncten,I) O , Ancnat II, IStiO. -orwte realeil nrnpnaal will be reeelved nntll norm on WKDNB8DAY, AfOUST T, 18W, for the inrt'hafe (in Iota of tenor 'more) of 100 raw ilde trnnk. formerly pnrchated at n cot of I5 each, none of which aro much worn and many sot at all. All bids should be marked "Proposals for Inr baalmr Trnnk" and ad dressed to "DIsbnrMn: Clerk of the FolofBce Department, Whlnlon, I). C," at whose office the bid will be opened at noon on tne S7TII OF AfOfST. 10. In the presence of bidder. and where sample trnnk may be ttcn. (A amplc may nlm be aeen In the poatcmcea at Hoston, New York, rtdladei pbla, Cblcniro nnd Cincinnati.) "Tti rlcht I remved to reject -ahy ot nil prootml. JOI1N WANAMAKBIt, l'oetmater General. aull.ltaw.aw LAYING ASrilALT FAVRMKNTS -Pro poalfor Irrprorlna; Street and Ave nues In the City of Washington, D. C tMDce of the Commissioner. I). C.. Washington, It. V., August 5. lata Sealed IYopol v11l be received at tbls Office nntll 13 o'clock ra. oa SATURDAY. Al'CIUST JO. ISM. for Improv ing Streets and Avenue with Curb, Unlter. hhlewalki and Roadway lavement. Blank forma of 1'ropo! and Specification can be obtained at thia Office upon application therefor, together with all neoenry In formation, and only bid upon these form will be conaldrrrd. The right 1 rescrrwl to relrrtanv and all bid or Part of bids .r. W. Dfl'OlAMS, I. O. lilNK. II. M. HOBKRT, Commissioners, V. C. anOnr I'KltsONAI,, AjHTtUwunlt Hfftrr tMt !u4, fmtr Un or tin, Mttnttftr aw lrrfn: M trnU for Uirrt, ANY rKHflON ANXIOUS TO DIStVWB f a good second haml llano at reaon able price may and a purchaser by addreea InyA H C eVltlfl Office NOW IS THK T1MB. WK WILL FAY "Wr money" for uen'.i' firat-olae mo-ond-hand ololhlne. Address or oall nt JUUTH'S OLD STAND. SIS D at. n. w. rem kai.r anii hunt. TdTbAL BttTATB BULLBTIn" '"""" THOMAS B. WA OAMAN, 1T F street Change made Wedaeadavs and SatnrdaTr, I-STORT UHICS AND FRAMB HOUsffi I FOB SALE. (3D B it w. I, b. 18 r t5jO0 616 to eso Md ave a w, b h. I ra ItU) SlSGataw, bh.Tr S.308 1114 ami 111 Stb at a w, b b, 7 r, and 1 f brear aim 4C6and40Slltbtw. bB,mt. r.... SvSoo aHWitiw, bb. 8 r 9000 5erand500Vnaveand 900Mb st aids unlmMored lot, a e 1,500 31S to 3K 13th at and Ky ave, bet a 0 ave and Bat an. 4.000 331 toSNiDatse.f b.Sr 3JB3 SKSthK se,bh. r 1a 404and40S Capitol at aw, fh.SM... V and 341 M t w, f n. 4 r XSOO lift lltbte, t.h.8 ra . MS)andtl lat ae.f b,3ra t0 4il Ha w.bU.5 ra 1.S0O swaataw, f b.Sr 1.5S0 Alley bet Sth and 7th, U and B ata a e, bb.Sra 1MB 3l lOtb t a e. f b, 5 ra 1.5ft) 1 Capitol alley aw. bb.Sra 1,150 Hah) S Can at, b b. 5 r 1J00 136 id lMRtss.f b.Sreaeh I.'M) K alley bet fl and H. h and Mth ate aw.f b.Tr l.hO 7 Hope ave a e, b b, 4 ra aOO CNIMrHOYKD FB0PK8TY FOK &AI. Per feet. Fa ave. bet tth aad TU suae (loo U at. bet 3d and 4th U a e 13k Maaa ave. bet Del ave aad Ut Ml e. 1 00 K e eor Va ave aad 3M at n w Tt O at. bet 3d aad W n e 69 S waerSdandLatan e 3t Bandaaa ihand3ttau t Moaat IteaMat 40 Mh at. bet 'a ave aad G at a a 33 Bfook land 10 atOtJ-Bd FOB KENT, Far ataatlj, Ml 314 t n w. 13 r ft OS 1S3I Yt are a w. 3 n 37 50 lvll M t n w. S r 3 at SISKttne. In SO 3k Defree at n w, 3 r IS 33 asEitiw.ln Ua) 3SMfHMatae,Tr 1311Dklsw.tr 15 SMB. 3704 Tth kt road. S ra Fear nut-Mat aw.sr was arTOBBd. OFFtCBti. BTO. kloreaoom S K t a w, p .! . UI) SUFUnw, 3dt w.Sfroatraaeas.... SW tlSTthatnw.rooaiS at S StraaddWKtlaGataw.tr 3S0J S4uerooaaaad cellar MOSNCnsat. .. s SO 4Sfe Laate, 1A Boor. 3 front r 301 MraaddWtfSWlstne.tr U Morvroom 1541 M at n w IS SO ST3 15th t- room 1 3d door, front It 00 Shop rear 1033 O t n w 5 30 LOAN). hj. aaaas W sett at S per eeat. Theafaeve la oary a .sortloa ei ithe aMaersy ea ssf hooks. For fail Oat call at aA for teih. aed oa the lat aad tsth. (H)tTKY KK.ll. tT.VTW. T?OBALB-AlkJlT li'tl'IIB OK IO ST 1 a e extended, oo tho liue of the Bvaiau toa ana Soldiers' Home Ball way. belae a part ot tae etate ilio ate Cluef Jaatioe Chaaa, Bow called ' 'Bdtfewood,'' 4 food opaurtanliy for Investore. Fur partioalar. nrtoe, eto , faonlreuHHAPIK BBOWX. sit U at a w. in",1'! 1 JasgssBemBmsgSBSsaat MtlJsKY T4J LOAX. Tl T OMBY TO bOAaW HMkl. WTATB OB ill arai aas aemialtlee at tomaai rate of mtereat. dey where aaaarltyl ad- arlTat.. A t ON BY TO LOAM Oat uAJaAP tWBiT Y. ill tfftJI Cie..470Laave. oaUSY, TO lAUK OH ata L TF4VB SBCCB1TT. at t ab t ram cmn. MCSY TO " OBAiiawadBeil Fas a O. hvsahu inalaru of tK,y JJse ted Fire Iniraa.-e Comer Uh aad F tU iw.U Droit Be tiding. UUt ST taLsMMHa Mf 'a'LAy cufetaSAwttusiss ur ua-tai m. a.B4.kUY .0HK0FDBB1MF08 AIX fc '-at d TerniUW. tie U are . ODD. jAssyrJL1 lijSlrfiiJIjaSVfili ty hJ UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION Oyer a Million BISTELBUTEB. La. S. L. Louisiana Stale Loitery Co, Incorrotnted by tbeTelalattire forcln'a tronal and eharltnmw pnttye, and Its fran chlee made a part of the present State 1 on atltntkm, In 1870, by M OTasrsmatsine mtc lar Tim. Its OHAND BXTrtONOINAKY DRAW tNTTS take place Annnally Unne and December), and Its rlrUND StNflt.B NUM BKK DRAWINOS take place hi eoch of tho other ten month In the year, and are all drawn In pnnlle, at the Academy ot Music New Orleans, La. "We do hereby certify that we snpcrr'ai the niinnevjmeuta for alt tbe Monthly an'l Semi Annual Drawing of the Louisiana sta't Lottery Co., and In person marnvge aad c. u trot the drawings tbemnitm. and that tbo same are conducted with honesty, falrnes and In rood faith toward all parties, and wo antMnire tbe company to use this certificate, with faorrmlree of rmr signatures attached, la Its advertisements." jsfSf Commissioners. We tbe rmderalaiaed banks and bankcrj will pay all prises drawn In tbe Louisiana State Lotteries wbteh amy be presented a' our cuttntersi K. M. WALMBLBY. rrea't U. Nat Bank -r. LANAUX, rrea't State Nat. Bank. A. BALDWIN. Frea't N. O. Nat. Bank. t'ARL KOIIN. rrea't Union Nat. Bank Grand Monthly Drawing WILL TAKE FLACK AT THE F New Orleans, TUESDAY, SEPTEM BER 9, 1890, CAPITAL PRIZE, $300,000. 188,10 Tickets ai l Haltes, $16; Ottartersi S5i Tetlbs, ll TwesUeihs, SI, LIST OF PRIZES: I FX1XE OFJSf,rei JXW.OOO 1FBIXBOF 1W,J1 100.000 1FBIIKOF SejWli -iSOOO 1FMUBOF aajsMl .000 SFBIBBSOF JMar J0 0CO SFKISBSOF tasgare. W St FBIZBSOF Lfeaare .KO JMFBIBBnOF tseare V.000 sFKlIKaOF sesare ui.oiO we FKizBkiOF aviN wo,ooo xrntotMntmti yatsae. IHFrlaaeof $6f)ae twro lFrtao( WSate XV00 WklFrra of tae .000 vayaas. tsWFriaoflawaae. ., MB Ft as af WH. ?c Has Fttsas innnatisg te litM. AGENTS WASETEB OTYWOERE. Psr-Fos; ssam Bates at aaf tatthnr tutor ma ttoa aesisssl vsskt fjaty le the aaderawna- elaWiFaWmt joar tatMWMaVWSth Mate Coaaty. aaheetaadMia f. laapereju '. taraaJdadrratf wa heaesased by r tMaeehkf aa sataateae hernial lr tu. Important. All orUlaary Lasteae 'Lnm'BVttt r- -i den leaaad hr all Baprcd Of he York! M. A4 DAUPHIN, Oaat.LV rW QDMtkWi IMtlMKMs SAh ' thyh)Bll' oi Fi - is WAuRnn wr tuei katium 41UU)tew OsiaaMuaa the tick, t, . . siav by the Friataiaat ef ttiut. whene chartered rtcateajns aaeetntxsHl . bi uourt. Therefore, hearere U tAiioAa or eAoaywoas aohasase.'1 SIUtaUUEJI that the nrekent vbtfi, the LoaMaaa ata Lattery uo , 1 ta M'FktKlU COl'BT UFTSB VaTKX &T U l b decided to be OOhtTstAcT state of lavtUalaas and part ot theii ttoa of the atatv IkUlWBSFil ii JAJtCAAT 1. tdta. Tue Ui:i ur. -t ia. Which adjourned oa tbe WU - -of thU vaar b ndered an iatWDHt iu tUei-i.i04iU!iUtu i the stale t" ii m.LtvU to -.- .. V At ji t.r Hi c u!.l a r: '-. Urt.t.r wi 'lit i AMI rithf a'i ASik .. - r i.. L M'htL' 3.i M r. . jgm0 kUkft sejaSf ha