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TIIE DAILY CRITIC. "WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGI'ST 27, 18110.
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STORMY SClllKOit T11B FMJOR OF
TBI ROini TO-DAT.
A FERGE Ht&-tO-HWB ElfGOWTTER.
Mr. IMwiil of Htw tatqr 3ril
at Senral Memrs,
THE C0MBATA!m ARE SEPARATED
Am.dst Ike Omkct OnMh-MeAto
Bitterly Stores 0aB8B Tariff
is the Staile.
The Senate after the morning busi
ness again took tip the tariff, the to
bacco schedule being under consltlora
tlon. IN TI1K I10U9B.
The House met at 11 o'olook this
morning. Mr. McClammy made the
point of order that there was no quorum.
A call of the Houso was ordered, and
about noon n quorum was secured.
Mr. Broetus moved to dispense with
further proceedings under the call.
Mr. Mason called for tbc yoas and
nays, which resulted yoas, 140;
nay?, 31.
The Clerk then read the journal In
the usual abridged form.
Mr. Mason demanded Its reading in
extenso, which was done.
During the wrangle over the approval
of the journal of yesterday Mr. MoAdoo
mado an impassioned speech against It,
in which ho scored Mr. Cannon un
mercifully. Mr. Cannon took the floor to roplr.
He said the gentleman from Now Jer
sey "abounds In wind and under pros
sure goes both ways."
Mr. Knloc demanded that those
words bo taken down.
Tho Speaker came to Cannon's relief,
t.nd ruled TJnloo out of order. The lat
ter promptly appealed.
On the rising voto Mr. Mason rose in
opposition. Ho and Cannon Indulged
In ft heated colloquy over the heads of
the Intervening members.
In the meantime Mr. llcckwlth of
New Jersey had not risen to sustain tho
Speaker.
Mr. Wilson of Washington tried to
make Reckwltb stand up to bo counted.
He resented It and struck nt Wilson.
Mr. Lchlbach, who sat between the
biKigCrcnts, kept them apart.
Among those who rushed to the
fecce to help stop tho encounter was
Mr. Williams of Ohio. He Sblred
reckwltb and pushed him violently in
Lis scat
Mr Dfckwirh wonted this hotly,
and sprang to his feet and aimed a
right-hander at tliu Ohtoan.
A number of members rushed to the
scene and succeeded in quieting the
combatants.
Tbc Democrats applauded the row
with great zeal. The Speaker pounded
his desk with unusual vigor.
The House was In an uproar for some
minutes. Members loft tboir soata and
discussed the unusual scene eagerly.
Finally older was restored so tho
Clerk's voice could be heard and n yea
and nay vo'c on sustaining the Sneaker
went on.
Lafayette statue.
The concurrent resolution offered by
Senator Bate last Monday, directing a
suspension of work on tbo erection of
tbe Lafayette statue until further action
of Congress, was taken up.
Mr, Evarts made a statement of ob
jections to Its adoption, and It was laid
ever until tomorrow.
Detached from Duly,
New Yojik, Aug. 27. The Sun
this morning says; Chlof Engineer
Potts was detached yesterday from the
Philadelphia and put on wailing orders.
Chief Engineer Whittaker takes his
place. The reason of the detachment
Is unknown. Chief Engineer Potts is
a very able man and very popular
aboard the ship.
Captain Bradford has asked to be de
tached from the same veeeel on account
of illness. The Philadelphia wilt be
ready for sea by September 8.
A Uorae Thlel In Ciutoily,
Detective Home returned from Balti
more yesterday afternoon with Coarad
King alias John Williams, who stole
John Dunn's horse awl wages from the
K street market last Saturday nlehL
'f l.e stolen horse and conveyance were
I. ucd in the poatetfion of August Bat
re", at LasadowB, Blt(iaaf County,
where they bd been left by Klag.
llullla I.e the Uity.
It Is now known that Robert G. BuL
JU left the cily yeaiefuay afternoon and
t as probably gone to New York city,
ne left his tto&nlisg place, Ike Antoa'
He use. early Is the aftenoes aad drove
to Laurel, ob tb Bait) awe sad Okie
Baiiway. where ke look the train. He
uciltrtiootl that Turner was taking
steps to have him arretted again, aad hi
il. ngbt it the wisest policy to leave.
Peru It Ui JSttlia.
Tie following building permits were
I- ud to day: B. Burnstine, test two
Miry brick dweliin, 135 to 143 oa
'm foot alky, U to 390 o 9?j-foot al
ley northeast, coat $5,000: J. 0. Anew,
r ne two-story brick aUlde, war 181
iigbth street nortstweat, coat W&;
Mrs M Kiley, two two Ury -sad Uase
fount brick dwellings, 1412 mi Hll
Furida avenue nortlwes. coat $9,QQ0.
IUttB by it VUIiiik U&Z.
A Jog owned by Nathan Vahmw,
vl at Ho. WW D sttaet nortkweat.
pi. urned usue and bit Hoes
.st.rdy afternoon- Ti 4ns was qV
i Uicd to be victoui, ud was aftetwafde
-toi by Ottkaf atos.
use t to w vk.
tw Yomc, Au. t. Mmm'
L-mJeiim- waa-ufactory. Mo. 315 Yes
ittin tiMMk atcee. was homed Into
t tuaiumt w 5t 1 v .
-1 Josr, Mo.. .ug. ?. Sul
i i h wbokatla 4ato H iuga.
.a yestoday, wka HabiHtkw of
9
lot iffoAmaii. TTtniiiaiii
jmmM Mr.mjihit fttmacvi
i : .. iforuia tditur wao wit Wed tbe
vijfiHUJy jui tarit.il a.uJ
1 tl.t i lUct dj. Tbl eaabUJ.
, . J :i Villi! , .1 I' i! -JU i
ABOUT SCANDAL
Tit LAtlfr BRAI, ATTACK ON k
nw the Olvtt rvM Iw rroteeM
tVonirn Htlld of It YiMni Some
NVWtile lntne OUW.
A Ubmpnrlgen.
Wwhftp TrpnifK tftht .Wte YK torn
itff Punt
The most artlw of tfc swrtftnwn art
rentwlDg their warfare upon Civil
Strvtee Omrafwtoucr Lyman, resolved
to strike over hit shcnMer at the whole
mm It systim. Thru far they have pro
duced bo effect upon the President, to
hm thy appeal for the Commis
sioner's removal. Mr. Harriton would
violate general precedent If ;he shoukl
act, as his self Interested advisers In
sist upon his acting, on the strength of
a report from a House Committee,
which tbe House itself has not yet
voted to accept or reject. The House
Committee on Civil Service Iteform cen
suttd Mr. Lyman's conduct while
serving as sole Commissioner, not be
cause he violated anv law, but lwcause
they disapproved of Ids course In mat
ters which were subject to his discre
tion. Until the House passes upon the
report tho President can scarcely bo ex
pected to take official cognizance of It.
Meanwhile, tho form of attack made
upon the Commissioner la
rAriTlCULATit.Y DASTAnDLT.
In nn examination ho underwent the
other day he mado the assortlon which
Is entirely susceptible of proof, If any
thine were to be gained by dipping
deeper Into such disagreeable matters
that tho merit system bad been es
pecially beneficent In its eilect upon tbo
moral atmosphoro of the service In
those branches whero women wore most
employed, as, In the old times, when
political Influence alone was necessary
to procuto ofllco, It was notorious that
men In public life supported their
favorites at the Government expense.
Upon this very proper argument the
spoilsmen have seized to inako fresh
assaults upon Mr. Lyman. At their In
stigation, various worklngmcn's clubs
and associations and unions havo
adopted resolutions most Indignant In
tone, declaring the Commissioner unfit
to hold ofllco In view of his having cast
so slanderous an imputation upon honest
women whoso only shortcoming la tho
poverty which forces them to support
themselves by dally toll, and so forth,
and so forth. There Is enough of a
family resemblance between tbo various
rhetorical efforts to mark them as
emanating from tho same source, and
thus to expose their animus.
Mil. LYMAN'S BXBMIUS
are overshooting their mark. Tho
House Committee passed Hpon tho Com
missioner, in Its legitimate criticism of
his official acts, a censure which, thougn
severe, was at least dignified. Mr.
Lyman himself considered that It
wronged him. Many other persons
thought It was eminently fair. How
ever that may be, It charged him with
no specific conduct of which ho was nut
guilty, and it did not deny the existence
of a statcof facts which every observing
and Intelligent citizen of Washington
can testify to. Both of these blunders
tho Commissioner's private persecutors
havo committed. Ihey have accused
him of statements which he never
uttered, and they have nttompted to
throw discredit upon tho unsavory
truths which he did set forth. The re
sult is that they have excited a reaction
of sentiment In his favor; and It Is quite
possible that when the Houso acts upon
the report of its committee, ami tho re
port cornea olllclallv before tbo Presi
dent, friends of tbe Commissioner, won
to him by
THE JUtCTAMTY OV THE ATTACKS
he has suffered, will be found standing
by his side to ward off any serious re
suits that may be threatened.
Tbe evil of which Mr. Lyman com
plained has been largely modified by
the operation of tbe civil service law,
but not wholly rooted out yet. Thero
are still In the departments persona
who, on the ground of character, ought
not to be there, and whoe presence U a
source of keen annoyance to tho legion
of good women who aro forced into
dally contact with them. One of these
persons, appointed under the old system
and still In office, has been for some
years the channel through which a cer
tain newspaper has received most of its
executive session news and committee
room secrets. Her original source of
Information used to be a Senator of con
siderable note, who,
COAXED ISTO VOLUBILITY
during his leisure hours, poured into
tbe woman's ear a thousand things
whleh he never would have spoken of
elsewhere. She knew bow to measure
their value for journalistic purpose,
sad where to Urn! a coastent market for
them.
Ac other such person la largely re
sponsible for the ruin of a young Uap
recentative of tine prowlse. whose In
fatuation caused him to neglect his
work and gradually led to a habit of
hard drisklDg. In kU irreapoadbla
condition his acts have catueil bU name
to figure more than oace ia seaaalloaal
newspaper paragraph.
A late bureau chief ia oae of the
great Departments appointed hia brother
to a iaac of truat uader kitu where oae
of the duties was to select young
woaaea ami recosaasead tbaua for ap
noialBteat to several UBclaasltied place
ia the bureau. The brother so abuaeU
hi privileges ia this direction an to
1 BEATS A aCAXDAL
throughout tbe DeBartaaeat aad to ore
vest self respectlag woaaea. generally
from applytui' for work during that
regbaw. go coaaplsiat was ever aaatte
to the bureau chief, because U was ia
fened that he would not be wtUiag to
disgrace his owa brother, aad the abuse
lasted as loag as both remained ia their
placw.
A ceitaia leading poatal oaeer uadr
the hut Republican AduilnUtratioa ia
kuowa to have utaii aa equally base
uae of alaotadal authority ha at beat
use JftfttaBfit Doieae of oshef eaaea.
which are, for all latent, public prop
erty, lulght be cited if aecesaary, but
these few hate been takes at raadoui. to
illustrate the poiat which Mr. Lvsaau
iaad aa effort lo rmpiiaelfe. aad which
ought to a Uougut aoiue to the uader
aaading of good citizeas every where.
It 1 not a pleasant bra&ch of the ub
ject to discu, but it k oaa white muat
tot be laaored or gloated over Evety
frig&d of flrtajs wfflH throtitghywH tia
couatjry woukl befiouae the saoat agi&iea
sive of civB fctrivke Mtfufmau i he
could wake with hia tyt aad ea
a cmppafaoiii het vee law od ojajf ajad
th sew, ioipKifect aa the latter still
pay be.
Iff yWMMWsiAiiiC Uu tkttliNststJ HspiMasjME
Vmm, Aug. ia biuueat o the
tfcath, of Edward P iNhnt"? aad
twejUy-oue others, victluui of she Ow
August U. wUI Ueglu at Qulaey to'
iuuw Tke hearicg wUi be held be
fore Ho- JauuM liuuivbxty, judge of
laiicd VLuim BiAiiUt Court of E kit
Norfolk, la the probate court room Aa
In usuui in Mlib iaac, U U1 hi- ttriidy
I'liVrtlc All tbi riu.auuiui iojarnl vk
tin - k( 'Lt Jlaaatu 111 jujlii. ari C
H- .J 10 ii- ktl
sltiiMtil to his mm
THe tiTniiH if (ft T.ntfc Ileprwti
fl,e Wte Taken to tVartcm.
The rm1m of Bepretentfttivt Wat
swb wre placed on the 10 o'clock tfltta
hrst night, to be conveyed to his late
hntiH! at Warren, Pa., where the funeral
ceremonies and interment will take
pfcrce this afternoon. Brief services
were herd latt night at the Shorehm.
The services were condttcted by Hev.
J. H. Cnthhert ml were attendwl by
tbe Pennsylvania delegation, the special
Congressional committee ami a few lm
mediate ftleTids.
The funeral party accompanying
Sirs. Watson to Warren consists of her
friend. Mrs. McDowell, Senators Cam
eron, Faulkner ami Cullom, Repre
sentatives Manser, Culberson, Maish,
Hall, Townsend and Blfe.
The services at Warren will be con-
ductrrt by tlie Hev. Dr. Ilyan, pastor of
tne irinuy i'. Ji. uuurcn, at
mains will be Interred In
and the re-
Oakland
Cemetery at Warren.
TRIED TO KILL HIS FIANCE.
Dlscnrilnl for Heine n nnmbler He
Seek to Obtain KnTcnce.
Summit, Pa., Aug. 27. James Har
olds Sawyer, a young Englishman, at
tempted to kill his fiance, Miss Marie
Elliot, at her home hero Monday even
ing. Sawyer became acquainted with
the Elliots in Europe. After a brief
courtship ho became engaged to Miss
Elliot, nnd came to this country with
the family. It was learned shortly
afterwards that Sawyer was a gambler
and a confidence man, nnd the engage
ment was broken off.
Monday evening he obtained access
to Miss Elliot's home, nnd after Bsklng
tho reason for tho breaking of tho on
gagement and getting a reply, he drew
a revolver and fired twice, the bullet
grazing Miss Elliot's cheek. Mr. El
not rushed Into tho room and was
knocked down with a blow from the
revolver. Sawyer then mado his es
cape. Mr. Elliot is prostrated and fonrs
arc entertained for his recovery.
MEN OfIcIEHCE"
riDlili Their SfMlotn nnd Will Moot
Here Next Ycnr,
lNMANAroi.19, lm, Aug. 27. Tho
work of tbo American Association for
tho Advancement of Scionco closed
yostcrday. To-day tho members will
begin a scries of excursions, which will
Inst during the romalndor of tho week.
The following officers wcro repotted by
the nominating committee and the
nominations confirmed: Prosldont, Al
bcrt B. Prescott, Ann Arbor; vlco-ptesl.
dents, 11 W. Hyde, Cincinnati; F. E.
Nipper. Bt. Louis; It. C. Kedsle. Agri
cultural College, Michigan; Thomas
Grey, Terre Haute; J. J. Stephenson,
New York; J. M. Coulter, Crawford
vlllc, Intl.; Joseph J. Astrow, Madison,
Wis. ; Edward .!. James, of the Unl
vcislly of Pennsylvania; general secre
tary. Harvey W. Wiley, of Washing
ton. D. C; secretary of tho council, A.
W. Butler, Brookvflle, Ind. The nat
meeting will be hold at Washington,
D. C.
fEEPING TOM.
An onicer Who Heniiii to I.lko to Mo
Spy.
Officer Langloy of the Second Pre
cinct peeped through a crack In a back
gate on Sunday and aaw John Y.
Blollgk, at No. 785 Beventh streot
northwest, set up tho heor to hia family
physician.
Blollgk admitted the fact. On this
evidence Judge Mills Imposed a fine of
U0. Langley Is tho same officer who
played poker for Block when the recent
raid was mado over Lieutenant Guy's
head In tho Third Precinct. David E.
Cahlll, Blellgk'a attorney, noted, a
prompt appeal.
iiiiiiiiih. i' --
THE YANKEE GOT AWAY.
Chaietl by a Canudlun Cruller from
the I'lihlnc Hank.
Dioiiy, N. S., Aug. 27. At daylight
yesterday an American seining schooner
was seen in St. Mary's Bay fishing
within tho three-mile limit. About
noon a Canadian cruiser appeared and
gave chase. An exciting race ensued.
Last evening tho cruiser returned with
out her prize. The Yankee lowering a
sell over tho stern hid the name of his
craft.
MINE FLOODED.
IleaTjr Jluln Contribute to a lllc Dam
ace to I'roperty.
GHBB.ViBUHa, Pa., Aug. 27. During
the heavy rains last night the Mammoth
Coal Company's mine, iu Fluckllue
Branch, was flooded with water. One man
ia known to have been drowned la the
ie and others are yet roUiug. Sev
eral mules were drowsed aad the mine
property was greatly damaged. Prop
erly aloag tbe Sewlckley Valley waa
alaoet totally destroyed aud tbeloas
will be heavy.
Mopped the fight.
as Fkakusco, Aug. 27. Police
Captain Short stopped the battle be
tween Mick McCarthy and Billy Arui
aUoag, light weishls, at the eadof the
fourteenth round, Moaday night, lathe
California Club, when McCarthy, the
Australian, had his onpoaeat all but
kacL-ked out For eight rounds Arm
strong jabbed McCarthy with his left in
the face and punished him ia the body
with the right, getting few return.
Then McCarthy fought Arutroag at
close range, tiring hint out Both atea
were badly punished about the face.
CawnH ianllBB CuUtuel ttuaf.
At a H-eUiug of the Federation of
Labor held hut night the following reo
itUtoa was unanimously passed:
Uutf, Tb&t tbe tbaalu 6t the Fwleia
tlou of Labor w lieieby yrutniml to Coiool
Thowa L. l'at , t Ulel" of Engineer V. 8
Army, tot bis prompt and cheerful ctmpii
aace with the reueat of the Federal toe lor
MBU-tuoutbly uayants on the Cnngws
tonal Library BntkWag, now in eaona of
erection nailer his sunerviaton and fflsflrvi
-In 1 mum cm Ciu-iway fotaMd.
The Kational iietropoliun Fbe la
suranea Company has been lnfvporalwL
with tdwaid Clark, John T. Tunmae,
W. U. Hoeke, Jobs P- Franklin, F.
Edward DroW and J. W. A. 6sjhW
Uuateea. The cajitftl stock U lOO.auO.
A XWJt 4&lsssss0sss
My CTtiisPOftifstfisi lomfed ii-U wMsi
b t wst l iir
inF 'inr ww swp "p w mssnspn njf
Wbiasw lie en t to ao to Bxhrhtoa
Bfh, whnse tU -etdiing ' would
wBSniiwsn mt
tiMvaJkuw Lacav.
A iH.ri)l comliUiU esiurtou to lUu
t Htii of Uwy am taaie 8. - o atation
So a. at. WieiU , f yUiUiUr i RouitJ
trip, lLiluilllig a4uiinlup to tUi ( jvee,
$0 jO Kio;j Vt uur M,til llj 'Ivuii: 4nt.
VUl U I, l.el l ' J iiiJ 1 . l.t-e , LJ
u it t
tBl PHIUCH aWyATl &
I.tt Them Ne raM Wlnnt fntthet
t rneenry fteHtr.
Vurn m CMctwe fHSwW.
The Senate has Inserted In the Gen
eral Deficiency bill a provision appro
priatlne fi,200,W0 for the pnyment of
nme French sfjrHhrtron ctnwTW which
have been passed op favWnMf by the
Conrt of Cinltna. Whlln fipoptlom
to pv these claim have been made
again and again by some one House ol
Congress during the last eighty year,
the other atways has faHetflnvarlably
to concur, so that, If precedents arc
followed, the Bepresentatlreft will re
fute to concur In the Senatorial amend
ment.
It Is time, however, that these claims
should be paid, or that the Government
should say In some solemn and dectMve
manneT that It never will pay them. It
would be more merciful to disavow these
obligations than to keep those who are
Interested In them Imploring in the lob
bies of the Capitol for another century.
It Is a dlgce to the country that these
creditors of the nation have not been
paid oft years ago. While Ihey have
been given the cold shoulder millions
have been appropriated to settle claims
which were altogether fraudulent, or
which had In them 1 percent of honesty
to DO per cent, of steal. It seems as If
merit wore a hindrance when it comes
to getting justice from the Government,
which ought to set its clttxcnsan exam
ple of honesty and fair dealing.
During tbo period of disturbed rela
tions between France and this country
In the closing years of Ibe last century,
especially while the Directory was In
power, a number of American vessels
and their cargoes were seized unlaw
fully, condemned by French prtee
courts, and sold. Their owners had
just claims against the French Govern
ment for compensation. At the time of
the sale of Louisiana to this oountry by
Napoleon It was agreed that the United
States should assume the paymont of
these claims of American citizens. That
was clghty-scvon years ago. and Con
gress has'dono nothing since, except to
tell the claimants they might go to the
Couttof Claims. After they did that
Congress still refused tho money which
had again and aealn been declated to
be due them.
Those claims aro supported by abund
ant evidence. Tho records of the
French prljro courts, the detailed state
ments filed by ownors or captains at the
time of the seizures, cannot be Im
peached, so that Senator Plumb erred
gravely when ho spoko of these claims
as fraudhlont They may have passed
In some cases Into the hands, of attor
neys and assignees, but that is not a
valid reason why they should not be
paid. If the Government had done its
duty years aco the original creditors
would not have been forced to sell out
for what they could get Why hesitate
about paying just debts when a bill has
passed tho Homo and Is passing through
the f-'enato now to give millions to a
few manufacturers who have received
alicady from tho country far more than
they are entitled to? If tin-plate, linen
and other spoliation claims are to be
paid why not these French ones, which
amount to only a few millions?
mati?ied mt& Died.
iUnrricu-
nSCKIJ.'OKH-rorKiNK.-llyAIUerman A.
J. Uowil. at tbe City Hall, 'ew York, Aiwut
ss. 1140, Leo Ilceklneer, of tVlilntoii, ami
Ida II. Hoj'klm. of the same place.
CA8TI.EMAN-WASIUN0TON.-lly Rev.
T. O. Aildltou, at rectory of Trinity Clmrob,
WaihlDKtoH. I), a, Augtiit i. ItCtf, Jolin H.
Cattleman, of JelTeraon Couaty, W. Va nad
Eleanor Ulaekbaro WatblNgton, of Charlea
ton, V, Va. .
Died.
ANOEL.-On TuenUy morcln?. Auiiiut JS,
lew at 8:10 o'clock, Aunlo X., bekttetl wife
of Edward C. Angel, In tbe Mth year of ber
sue.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
CLANCY.-On Monday, Augutt SB, 1M0,
ratrlck Claney. beloved bnhaml of liridtfet
Clancy, axed X year.
CKUMP.-At the reeideaeeaf bUpareati.
1311 T itreet nortbwwt, Allan llaekaey, only
rblhl of F. II and Edltb Allan Cramp and
uracil on of (ieneral Rlgar Allan, of Rich
mond, Va., aged 3 ream aad IS darn.
Fnneral at retdence Wednesday, August
ST. Prhate.
GHAJW.-On Tuesday, Aagnit 3d, lrto, at 9
o'clock a. m.. Bdward I'. Grant, aget 30
years. Suostbg aud 9 days.
Funeral on Wednesday, Auaunt 97, from K.
8. Kaln'a undertaking otab!Mnant. Seventh
street northweet. between Hew York avenue
and L tlreet, at 4 o'clock p. m.
LEMHAN On Tuesday, Augutt , 1W,
at 11. IS a. m Agsee Kernardlue, yonne!
daughter of Ellen and tbe late Michael Le ji
ban, in tbe 'Jd year of ber age.
IIARTIN.-On Tuwday morning, Aiul M,
16W. Irene Beatrice, beloved daughter of J.
II. and tbe late Eliza C. Martin, aged It
oatbe aad 16 day.
VcINTlHK -Suddenly. 00 AugHM 38. 18,
at 1 o'clock p. hj., Itertha L. MelnUre, iw
Llgbtfoct, betuetl wife of Joba Mclatlre, In
tbe aeth year of ber sue.
Funeral from ber late reeidenee, 13 Union
Mreet oulbwft. on Wedneeday, August 37,
at3p ta. ielattvee aad friemU Uivlted to
attend.
l'ittirusAL
PROPOSALS FOR I'AMCHMBNT.-WAK
UepafUnent, Supply WvUloa, Waablng
iBgtoa, D. v.. Augutt I. lew. sealed pro
poMhi, la lupjkatt, abjeot to the luual
condluoni. Hill be received at this "
Ufilil 1 o'clock noon. MOKDAY. sKPTtM
DBK 1, IMA. for furniebiBg IhU DepArtmeut
whb 5j8bO heets of parcbaeut, 1015 iu.. -ia
per aample. to be M upon anpUcatloo at
ibeolneeef tne BBdersbrnad Tbe Depart
meat teve the rtakt to reject any or alt
bld, aad to waive defects PrupowM mu-t
be uteloeed la muled eavelope;, iudor ed ua
tbe ouUWe "FropuaI fur PkruBmest." aud
addreaeed to M. U. Thorp. Chief. Supply
PivWIon. augU,lS,H,13,i7A
TiROPOiAU VOU LAYING ASPHALT
In the BUtifaTiy Cofumbta.
CmilM MX COMKte.UWiM DC ,
VtutUKIMOH, D C, Aug. 35, llSW.
Baal nil tnouoaaLi vill be rduvlvud at tbi
oau-e usUl ii o'clock m. on WEDSIESUAY.
ssprnitHajt w, uns. tor uaprortugiitreeu
nvennee wttn roadway pnygmcatu niutat
forme of net, uoaaJaami aneeMeatioaa
can be obtained 4t tbie ofiee upon app'iea
ikui iBittuK. unfetmti whb aii aoeewry w
fotniatioii. aid only bid upon taeM forme
mil Le coitaiderea.
Tbe right i reserved W relent any and all
bid of siU of bid.
J . UUtUUK.
B. M
auitot CoauKHMnaN B. v
1 ' ' Tmrrrr-
Sl'BOlAI. Oil OK.
mry
UtYOF
mps f it t at a. w.
CAiWai JUan.
Tate ooettfieny uianas flan lav ainf of 4epo
iMmrmg niaireat as toltews- On all annnmt
depokRed for ninety dy or more, but !es
tnan al montaa. 3 per cent, par annum, it
per cent on denoaiu for move tnan i
moatna, bat Us than a rev and I perctint.
on depadu of uae year of longer.
Hrtnnaati tog asm.
See. B. B. WJtSgM.Prtt4.
PlSnVTOKa.
CbarbM V Baxlcj, George . notafet,
Jemee L. tobonr. John 4 Houttoa.
n. nanoi, tnomag noaervuw,
i w . iiy. Joon a. swope.
a. Mwuung. 4. n. Mnooniuem,
&hte EZSSBliSi
t7iiuJ
ill.
tltMlm'iTfmim. KWrSpStT
vpnmTenrhty. W. Woo4ar J
.'0,
lar
mnawnHGnssse n
and &? i
um uu.j i.ti
IMCU08 -
altered u ihi
neeeehm. btxua ndi
smaefmrU. Okder.;
MliW'W w.
Biro n w-
K-WWBY OT BAVg Yul li
mn7 made by i. be ui the m ni
miters n Amerka) frtLva -. l.
lew than? '
STRtltAI, JVWTTTJIW.
ISgrFggT RKIJ8VEB. DR. WrtTTR,
HTfi Penna. are , rtpIt Wntnrt'sJBntrt
1 honiiit fn.tn far ar 1 n-Hr Vlit Pt. Wbttc
rthiihniM ffr rcll. ' from and aroMance
.f norn. hnni.in, rt ""iKr nll an all
tthcr font !-"i)M Ii ir. C. . top, tn.
Snadayi.t tola nfflc , $1 rr vl1t Tor
t nt Org ih fee In eorat o. . KstaMsheil,
iifil
jar'WAfflmrTtip AFftthnsrT Co..
at 0? AOK MPAKtXllSrt.
Rfirm fire and burglar proof, and all above
rrni.nrf, particniatiy Malted rot the borate
rf fnrritnr plctnres, e. an lm
rag "wrta.
mz WAwiiwm, 0. C An. 1 isw
WIhlngto ntlre fro arllve hnlncs'. I
have tht day oldsll my laterert In the (Inn
of B K fialn r. to Mr Lewl O Tewk
tnry. Ranker and Broker, of Sew Tor my.
The t nulness hereafter will be pwidnrtml
in the name tf Lewi O. Tewaslmry A fo
Hr W B Blobs. who hat been Moohtet
with me for the past eight years, eontlnnet
nlth the new rm andwtll remain In rhurge
ft thewasMneten offiee. Mr. nibb need
no teconraietidatton.a hi lntcrtty and M1
Ity are well Known, bt I take pte"we In
reponntieBdlTig my nepeoto my patron
end the pnblto generally a being In all r?
pe"ts worthy of their confidence and pa'ron
age. B K PLAIN.
OUT-f F-TOWW Bl'SlXEBS A "rKCIALTY.
Lewh 0. Tewksbnry, W. B Mlbb,
Banker, New York,
SO Broadway. t hleitgn. tVaeMngton,
41. 4S Sew si, Washington. I). C.
New York. Manager.
LEWIS G, TEWKSBURY & CO.,
succuseons to
B. K. PLAIN &CO.,
BANKERS,
lW8F8T.,WASinSGTON,D. C.
Inveitment Eecntitles Bought and Sold.
OHDBItS KXBCUTBDIN
Stocks. Bonds, Grain an. Petroleum
FOn CASH OR ON MAltOtN.
4 per cent. Interest aQoned on deposits sub
ject to check.
6 per cent. Interest allowed on margin ac
count. Daily Market Letter forwarded es applica
tion. Coottaut . (Jnotatlon of all Markets over
w, . it . ...n.Q ,,u.
TELrnoiiK CA.I.-SIS.
CiiLrADBnw "Lanwlng."
anl8,t
J. WILLIAM LED
(Suecewor to Ilenrv Lee's Sons),
UNDEIlTAKKn.
3Mr.AVK.rf.W.,
South Stdo.
Branch Office, 1M Maryland ave. t. w.
gCvB-l'HOTBCT YOUI1SKI.VE8 AoTlNST
& TVI'IIOID AND MALARIAL
FEVR8.
The Alvarec Dllnfectant Company H pre
pared to fumigate and disinfect alt premlte
Invaded by typhoid and other malignant and
contagion fMe.
Ak your dnigg lt or grocer for tbe ALVA
IIEZ CLOSET AND CFSSl'OOl, DHINFKCr
ANT. Price, Wo, and $1 per box. For fur
ther Information adre the Company, at 4jo
Ft. n.w. aus.lm
Car-FOHSngHtJ MURKAY.
n-1 Agents tn Wathlngton for
TIIKWIHTTIKK KLRVATOR
Of Boton.
TIIK BBbT ELKVATOK IM TUS WORLD.
OTer4ChaTe bet-n pnt Into the best build
ing in V. atblngton In the lat two yean ly
u.
Btlroares promptly fmlbad. AWo agents
for the Worthington Weam Pumping Macbln
jry. AIo (ieneral Maubtnltt and SBgtnwr.
A large ttock of Knglnee and Botlen , Pump
and Klevator on baml.
Wareroom from 1001 to 1006 Seventh street
southwest;
JSgr-CIIAKTBHED BY CONORS 1819.
FRAXKLIN. IHSUKAXCK CO.
OF WAniNOTON,(D. C.
CAPITAL AND grBri-VS, IMS.CC0. Has
never conteted a loss by Sre, but alway
make promrt and liberal adjuitments. Dr.
Daniel ll. ( larke, pree't: George K. Lemon,
vlco-pre't; CBarle8. Bradley, tree.; I. Fen
wlek Yenng, tec"y; Will 1. Iloteler, aaa't
ee'v. luamm
WANrtCU IIEU'.
"TAJ!TKD-A OIKL OR WOMAN TO DO
Yt general bouework. Call t day at see
U t n w. ttM
rANTED-A 01RL FOR GENERAL
homework; mut itay at night. Apply
toieoasthiitn w. ,1t
i
7ANTEU-AT OXCE-A DRESSMAKER
ft! Vnun 91 H . l.4t
"WANTBD-A BOY TO "HOLD COPY;"
t But be Intelligent and able to read
Manuscript Apply at this office.
"V ANTED-AN ACTIVE YOUNO MAN TO
Vl uilt In care of stable and to work:
about houe, must bring reference. Call be
tween 13 and lor 6 aud 1 pm. 330C stnw.
WTAXTS&-A. WHITE WOMAN TO DO
t general bouework and plain cooking In
small fatnilj; gocd reference. UU 1Mb tt
nw. 3?,at
AV
yANTED-COMPMTKNTl.UlibB. APPLY
wita reiereaces at wen at n w. -T.
VANTED-A OIRL TO COOK, WAU
a Bd Iron, bring refertnee 109Atae,
iT,3t
M
rASTED-GtXD MAN COOK. APPLY
at kw jt a, m y wbiwhuh. vijn
w
rANTKD-ACT.KIKfcT-tla-S COLORED
I cook in reataurant. 3134 Pa ave in
eoma wKh refereBeee. jt7,Jt
"firAXTKD- hKTTLED WHITE MAN, NO
VV family, a- porter in tore. 114 8th t
nw 3;
17ANTr D-OiKin ERBANil BOY, WHITE
11 cr culured, at j1 E t n w; nose without
refernu'e .-7.H
-T AXTEB-A COLORED GIRL TO COOK
and do geBaral aoaaework; moat atay it
night and have reeomrnenilattua; goud
wage. Il5itht e, Canitol HiU.
lt
w
TAJJTIB-WHITB WOMAN TO COOK.
1 wanh and in for a familr of 3: bh rt
dbtaBce in the rruatry. Call betweea S a4
Utatt Itm 4t$tttcu it, jorgvtowu. wit a
relemBiBee. A.M
Y
rANTEB-COilPETENT WOMAN FOH
I aeneral - hoiuvwork: muat brica refer-
ene Apply tstis iath gaw. MM
w
rANTED-A tilBL W FAMILY OF TWO;
i Bbt be a aood took: ntfemaua re.
tjnmgd. llti Bteve. KM
y
TASTED-A OIBL KMt GsOtSBAL
i housework, must tar at nutat and
fimg rewrtuve. Appiy is aiore, :.j t
WL MM
rjJiTEJU-OOtD lOLOBED WOMAN TO
cook. Apply in lSib t b w, bet Caad
IMt, XM
S f ANTED-INfcl'EANCB AtiaVTS - BY
the NATIONAL CAPITAL UFE AS
IA TION Extra good terms to good men.
A tew lady agent can be emfiluyed For
MftkUar oall ob tbe vvmpany. Kvaa
Bwlbllrg. 11AI ti Y ate au-S M
Ttri.NTtlI-UOMiN TO UOOit. WASH
1 1 a4wl iiVnfc: rststurcinriiiii rtntitniil CU
t afef t'lerk'i oJTce. Nattenai Miueum, bet 9
and 14 a mjTueaJaf ,i
"ItrANTBD-A WUJI6 .UN TOCOOK.
1 1 ah aiul Itmb t r u family. -I'i
nana to reliable woman with goud city ref
enanoea. ", fl "' H t n w- 35.it
AVtEB-A wxffl SESVAatT FO
i general huUMiWor. anut t-oaam wt-Urec-
onuncndwl Apply to S3 Spruce O. Le Dtult
rs'lKi,,f l lt
woaaan tvr general bviiaun
Wttn WniBg; notw need jf ,.ly wit
rejetencea; meat ;u Uume U nlgCt.
UuiUi-iuU
.at
w
yANTSD-A WJOO WHITE iI8L WM
metier hoUitiurk la &mU f-autv:
uemnui pteferced. Appb m mUlc u IW tfk
B -B 9M
W
Af ANTED-A WOMAN lO CUU. WAH
and Ixub. muat be jood &jok. rsidrjin. ea
teynfaed T3j3uth t a w. 353t
reui
AS!
AT AlTTED-BLACKSMITH ONS WHO
i V ffte K..4 hki--o Ph!! jti ftmtm n, JVm,
1 1 can moe borwa fust at Boom . (.
tonuj fcaldJjirf. bet ihe h-m of ii end I
HatCst t w altee S t in. i
TTC" "'? "' . " npf p-wBwr . ym
I,
Ait
7ASTED-A WOMAN TO COOK. WASH
) and nun and do general bwinawurk toe
maD family: aJM car.' (or In fait; iwut
Ujiy alht 4id uibi c.upaBaibw. ililA
gif. t p.
A
rASltiD-A HKsTiLVm .OLOBKB
i.O-jjn u n-. . .ij and ij-va fur (am
f Sa, ih,.i' - - tt
w
NT1-D !N i - S
w
yeAjmtn-jitvijATwmk
7AxKo-m a tHnfiRso' in
V V and tiovemnHmt ofllelal, vrtn Mhft
rpftrcnte. a portion of trow. AddreM n ,
i ico m n .ive. 7 n
WSNTED-BY A BlPBCTABtB OOt'T)
girl, a blnce tft do general hneWoj.
AddrevteJBMgegtnw v7,3t
WAHTBTI-A LATT MSIRt9 A PCWt
Hon a wnyiH; h had omeprl
once on a typewriter. Adir WHS M- R
w ,nv 'W.tanrrt. Ha., yt
WANTED-BT A FAKTT OF TEARV
exprlne, a pwWon a anttiftner
reference given If reqnlred. Addrew W B
at , ThoTonithfare. Ta TJt
WANtf"BT A HERMAN WOMAN. W
rear old, with baht 7 -mnthx oil. itt
ation In umall oerninn famtiv to coo. wh
and iron Addree MARY REtDY, MO u-.r
don rf n e. bet id and W. F and o !. sa,
-T ANTED - BT A STTT,Kn""wilTTG
V woman, a cttnatton a working him
keeter or general ho-ewort In rotll fnmllT
of adnlt fell 41l HM ne. 9Mt
-rANTED-A CASE OF SBCBSSITT-AN
V V European teacher, from nddcn Ioe,
will give leoii on any mnM il In'tmment,
singing snd French in cT-hnngp for a hnMe;
hertp? re'erencee H. B 1 . thioroe JMt
WANTED-BT BERPE'"TABLBrTRim
girl, a Mtnutlon a chambermaM or
nnr-eln a prleate family In notthwert wrt
oftherltr Call or address MB I t n w. SBVW
"lirANTED-BY A RELIABLR COtORTKl
woman, employment by the day nr
wahlng to do at home Adafe-j Silt I ft
n w. ,
YUANTRD-BYAN BLDKIILY LADY, A
sit nation i wonwheepor ftw a wMower;
reference. Addre 8 N Oap at. ,W
WANTKD-BY A YOUNG MAN. TOM
tton a grocer's oferks can cnt meat.
Aadrew.I. C. W . thHoe Vlt
WANTED-BY BLACKSMITH. A SITIA
tlon;btof reference Apply or ad
dre.IAH lI.TAPB,ni!M!dnw. M
WANTED-PLACE AS COACHMAN OR
groom In private family by teady, "ober
Bngnhmn, highly recommended; tinder
Stands saddle. hore: ha erved In the Bug
Iloh light caTfllry. Addre C. J.TUOMA8,
HW?tbtn w. 4t
XTANTKD-A RtTt'ATION AS TKACHBtt
V In a private family; conntry preferred;
can give good reference If required For par
ttenlars addre8 Mrs. C. IL, Thoroughfare,
Va. M-t
WANTHIJ MISCEI.t.AN150DS.
" r ANTKD-fll B PODLt C TO KNOW TU AT
AV. F. OETER ha hore, carriage,
buggies, harne and wagon of an style for
hire or ale on the bet term; (lrummers
team a specialty. Office at carriage reno
Itory. m IM. ave, W. F CiKVKH. r,lt
WANTED-HOHSES TO rASTL'RK AT
(ieneral Ileale's farm at Ja per month:
bt of pnttnre. rnnntng water and plenty of
vbade, with carefnl attention. Apply to gen
eral manager. K. D. LAFFK11TY. 10th tnnd
La ave. or at the farm. Telephone call. TOO-
l&
A FEW DBSIILVBLK ROOMS, WITrt
steam power, good elevator tervlce and drst
clas Janltoriblp, in tbe VOSV BUILDINQ,
for rent at low rate to nrt-clae tenants.
Apply to 8TILSON UUTCIIINS, SW Pot
Dnlldlng, or FJIANK MAOUIRE, Saperin
tendent. I'r.ltSONAI.,
t"apYk"cANBB ACCOJlVlODATEb WITII
Xj nicely fiirnihl room, with or without
board; good locality; where no queetlon are
aked. CONFIDKSCE. thloftlce. -t
TyJOW IS TTIE TIME. WK WILL PAY
. "Wg money "for genti' flrt-cla eo-ond-baud
clothlDg. Addre or call nt
.IfhTU'S OLD STAND. 819 D t. 0. w.
LOST AND rOUNI).
T" OST SXTI'KDAY, Al CVlT 1,ON CST
J w. bet III and It.h, a gold ring with
three red tone. Howard it left at 111 c t
w 36 It
I O.ST-FHIDAT, Aft.f".T. OOI.DI HuSS
Li with owner' name ami date of receipt,
going from H and 3d t i cm i'in loTth t
wharf. Suitable reward for return to IU II
tjre. &
LOhT-A PAIR OF OOLD SPEtrTACLBO.
going from tbe TnrkUh Bath at 1S30 O it
to 8. A O.Kit. Depot. A suitable reward
will be ylven If left at above number. 3St
roit SAT.-iioc.sns.
VWli-i-.'VW,wVVt. ..V. -.S.'.WVVUk
T70R SALK-7TWO-HTORY NEW HOUSES,
J? at ll.seo eaoh: 8100 oath and -J 10 per
nnr.th on deferred payment. On thee
term yoa ran own a boue a eay a you
can pay rent. IIBHRON A RAMKY.
auai-k No. iwr Ft,n w.
J FORCED SALE OF DEAL ESTATE.
? DO YOU WANT A SNAP!
That fine old homettead, 3061 Qtt nw,
comprising nearly SO.Oto feet of ground and
among the root delightful elevation In
Georgetown, will be sold at a eacrlBce If
taken toon. Term can be made atlfac
tory; but the property mutt be sold at onee.
Key at Mr. C II. Flckllsg'i office, nigh t,
Oeorgetown. Write to
L. O. JOHNSON.
an3.tf RlchardTllle. Va
I?OR 8ALE-IN ALEXANDRIA. BROOM
frame house. Just flnhblBg; nydrantla
yard; lot 10x115: anue home; price, XfaOO. Ap
ply to HOBEKT J. THOMAS, Hootn No. 2, eh
1Mb at.
FOH SALE-THREE OF THE CHEAPEST
bowe In Wathlngton. IOC, 108 and 110
Utb at a o; two-tory and basement, brown
stone trimming; 7 rooms and bath; eleotrle
bells and gas; price. Soo cachv (soo eaah
balaaee to unit or trade for good lota.
rnit ittiNT iioustM.
FR RENT-1401 L iT-11 RO0MS.ALCOVE
and bath room; mod Imp., and in good
eonditlon, bavlng been renapered and anew
bathtub and tixture pat In.
No. lets 17th at.; new bay-window brick,
II room and bath-room, all tn good order,
price, 0- poMaka given October 1
No. lTt aad 1TW Corca t , 3 band
tomely finished bay-wioduw preeied brick
front, Itut completed, Il room and bath
rvom; hardwood laikd door and trim
jolsgn: bevelfed glaae-mirror; Iwrdwood
maBtflt; enameled tUe-aautn aad faoiag.
Apjto JAMES C. SPKIUi, 1134 N. Y ave
pOR JiENT-UNFUIOilSHKD-
MISMattare. 17raluhto A oa
14U Sstn w. Uh, jeeoa
WUC-nnave. tft m H0 08
iMtBw. mm , tsaea
Utb t ex. Wr U W
IKHiiii, 13 r IU g
leoo tetbMBw.iiN mnee
rrSTQttnw, Hie n o
n Pkbw.um Mate
Teusittnw.MH Seea
-' Lafayette So.ua, ,.
16E.tBW,V
;ii3tbctaw, um. rate
Meechaptattaw.il , nm
is3Sgmbw,ww. .- .woe
9MYVbw, . .
lsiseMhatBw. at isae
wis o t a w, it , mat
SBulywFaee.lli rej
MisxMBw.ti ra east
io x t a w. h ej
irNtBw,rw waa
iosugasit, m
leMatuaeatMi . Sje
lenRJra Place, tte aeej
u4irilMnw.f r , ea
i3anitht a w.sw. M
uiiti.9N ., m
MfleCbapiiitt.tte 00
btwietfaataw.SM fie
aototaw.9-j. ... mm
Ut.1 Fieree Place. 8 re
Mk Uh t a w, tin. 30 aa
ras N Y ave. . o
lS3S3tbtaw,8H 31 SO
MM with at n w. w mv
1361 31t iticlll.
The ahove innsa can be examined by per
mlt lam onr oatee only.
THQkUS J FISJLJW CO..
any at a w.
tJOm kLBNT-TWO BEAM MEW SIX
" tKKrar ifmmi aottasa abjn eg egg umn
don; bits r itneiwhes and wriyBn aoaoojm
atnw
SannBBB!!JBSjmBS"JBBSra
MMKY T I4iA.
ONEY TO LOAM ON REAL ESTATE OB
-oiaie lecantie at loweat rate oi
No doiuy whore sjeMMb fond.
U. V. UWI1,
3Tthtu..
MON8Y TO LOAJS Oaf tiOOD SJtCL'fcMTV.
THH.E CO cS ta aee.
JJ.0' IS AU. StatS.
TO LOAM OH kUAL BTA?C mUiTM.
ftJtW'
TttoaiEYTo7AS
&X In i ma to Sun.
cuataii ituLt or ukkus.
Ct S.SINDY KM .! OEEDsJFOJt AU
i. stt a Jv . . t ie Lv are .ic
C.y Ka::
AWfTMWSAIifW,
p toimt W. nTrtsiT, AneHowwr,
I8IO of BARRY FAftl.
By tiTtne of g -main deed of tmt re
forded In liber th 11, folio Iffit ct e.t.mj
of the land reword for the OWTK-tof tsrfnm
Ma, and at tft rent of the party eaiwt
thercbv, we wlllnffer for ale In front w the
rremion JfnSnAY. TflB ITH DA TOP
AI'f.IfT at S o' Lick p m , the fclrom
it-nlw rel estate nte in he rvntv of
Whington, Dint Hrtof Colombia, nnd known
nnd dwcilM, a lot numbered l". la wtlr
.of the snbdlvllon of Barry Farm made
I T S t: Powiewiy, John R. Blvan and o O
Howard, traatee.
Term of !; one third cah and the hal
ance in one (1) and two 3 year, with Inter
est at the rate of six m per centnm per an
nam. wtTttme (emt annnally and eenred by
adeennf trtat on the property old, or all
Sash at the optic ot the pw-rhaer lion
npetdtat trBw of aie. AH wnvewmcine
Kd teorirdlna at pnrnhaer' cof Term to
compiled With In !Sdor property will
hynM at r1 and coi or defanltlag pnr-
FRANK L.'CALfOtI,
Trnstee.
The above sale l pntpnnl to WfDHEg
DAT, ACOCCT 7, law, sWAe Qonrand place.
w- f. uVain,
anra.dda Trmltees.
FOB SALT! AND RBJfT.
r KAL BWTATS BCLLETIn'
THOMAS S. WA60AMAN, 917 F street.
Change nmde Wednesdays and fatntiars,
S-STOHY BRICK AND FRAME HOUS98 FOR
SALE.
9t0tsw.bb,7rs $S,908
1114 and 111 Sth H w, b h, ' rs, aad 1
f hrear 6.000
40fiandeiHhtw, bh, ml, r.... ,W
ssn IS) t s w, b h, 8 r &.6C0
GOT and ( Va ave and M Mh st and 3
unimproved Iota, e 4,500
Slf, tn SM tStfa nt and Kv ave. bet 8 C
ave ami B st s e 4.CQ9
331 tosesi Drte,Ih,r S,0
Mht se,bh.Sr 3i0
416 11thte,bh,8 r .tro
842 and 841 M t w. f h. 4 rs .)
son and nil t e, I h, 5 r ."0
MS 11th t s e, f h, a r 1,B0
Alley bet Sth and 7th, G and B ts s e,
bh.Sr 1J60
$08 leth t e, r h, s r l.sm
M4 0taw, f h.sr ljao
1 lanltol alley w.bh,r l.tte
If 8 Can t. bb, 5rs 1400
1848 to UHSKstssvf b. irBflh l.tPO
Me alley bet o and 11.9th and Mtb sta
w,fb.7r J.1W
Alley Hit it ana etn, ii ana I stss w,
4 r 9no
7 Hope ave e. b h. I rs $
4Xt I, st e. b h. 3 r JBO
UNIMritOVKD rROPEHTY FOH 8ALB.
Per foot.
Part lot Mt t, bet ih and 17th rtsn w.t.W
I, st, bet 16th ami lethsunw J i)
0 it, bet ltth and lth ta n w t 7S
laave. bet ath and 7th it ae 100
11 M, bot 8.1 and 4tbUe 1 tf,
1Mb t, let K and Ftn w 1
41 ft, lot. N anil Out sw l e
Man are. bet Del ave and 1st stn a...... let
O st, bet 1 ami 3d n e en
7 th st above orant ave aw SO
HOUSES FOH HUNT.
Per month.
1t3S4thstn w.Sr fltSS
sets K it n w. s r isflo
Alley bet A and B, M aad 4th st s e,
I r UN
TW.rw:tht road. era 10 M
I'pperpartiaoi 4t t w, Irs 10 80
10Cbeler Courtnw.tr 10 SO
454 Florida ave n w. 4 rs 9 ta
Rear 738 3d t aw. 3 r eon
Heor M II ft n e, 3 rs 1 CO
STORE. OFFICES. ETC.
Hall. 3d Boor. 419 13th t a w S1 00
OIS F t n w, d floor. 3 front room. . Ml m
613 7th t n w, room I M te
8tr and dwg 91SO t w, 8 r ae (0
Room 9 and 11. 3d Aoor Wl IMh l.... 30 00
Ptramldwgmi Mdavene, S rs 97 90
Hit and dwg 1300 Del ave w aa M
MoreMWUtnw,r 90 M
eta 1Mb nt. room 8. 3d floor, front l s on
Guntoii Uailding. room 4 uut
LOANS.
In torn to salt at 6 per cent.
The above I only a portion of the property
on my book. For full llet eel! at otttee for
bulletin, leaned on the let and 1Mb.
T. B. WAOQAMAN.
I'OK 11KNT KOO.MS.
F
OR HRNT-LAROE. NICELY FUH
nlhel bar window leoat roan, onn.
mandlng fine view; ultable for gentleman
and wife or two gentlemen; with board; In
private family; no children; home comfort;
location good and near oar. 93 B at w,
f7.se
"TWR HENT-FHONT ROOMS Fl'KNISHBD
X1 for gentlemen or ttafi"Bibed for light
lioU'ekeeplog; no cblldreu; two mlaute'
walk from Government Prliitlng Office; neat,
bath and ga. WIS N Cap t. 97
T?OR RENT-CNFUHNISHBD-J COMMU
X Bleating room: front room ha large bay
window aad alcove; vod reference r
qnireil. US17lhtpw. . 37.M
TJiOR KKNT-1010 K ST-3 UNFURNISHED
X1 room on Sd floor and 3 furoihwl on 3d
Coor; to people who appreciate a quiet home,
no housekeeping; excellent board If deeired
37t
T7QR RENT 1017 14TII ST N W-TWO DK
X llgbtful room: uitable for gentieavea
or gentleman and wife.
74t
f;
OK RENT-5 BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED.
room, klteben and dlnuut hub: wul ba
rented (.heap to good tenant. At 1407 N Y
ave aw 37.
EJK MBNT-1 OR t CNFUHNISH'H Nooate;
light boetekeeping allowed; ga. batn.
t.Ae? 17aFtuw. 7.3t
FK XENT-LAKGB FURNISHED AND
unf uxnUhed room on 3d floor. JOT 3d t
sw. iw,t
FOR RNT-rNFL'HNlSHBD-lSTAN03D
noon of bM U t n w; lit boot will
make lae office room; alio furniture for
ale. 37.X
ITOB KENT-.' CNFCKNisUEO SECOND
X' floor ii .mi aiiuf aera expuure and bay
window: beat and ga; bath: rent moderate
to riant party; refn-pce 401 H t n w. 3M..H
P
)R REKT-TOAUUtT-CJIFL'ttNWBO
tmoic'ift DavrTor and chaUftsswr. ML or ttiiai
3 ruiiai. 3 tt. In new 'ury fltu,ri7 Utbttt;
tflltvaior, sttetUB )iat. it bo iiottAietipiftff.
VSckWa Jlii-fui -l.aJie aW-n mA-a
mnubed. oarieeaJBg Iowa CircU
' v-iwbhw - vawa f ae-ama a nnMi
1SU
c u
3. it
p)
)R REMT-FVRNlkftBU-TU EaMJM,
with Uk of oarlor. tor hnueol w: see
Psr month, teg M ri h w MM
rHK J.NT-ATTHKWUiTL8VX tXNft
Uaf lAsttt JUatJ M Hi II w. lAroai.
pliaMaVsial.all!
Maoajrd;
9Mi
fliiisaWl ftUKl Furtm. aVitb IrntltAnV
tUSQ ItiHleJ DajaKJOTti iJnrmlrttd
Ij-w . (Ul-U'ievjl Out.
r fnraUuted room, id floor I rot
room and nrivUem of eater; wit
ga.is. call at 1713 Sthst o w;
nHWt BENT-HANDJME baywimbov
iroui. wit Ball
wttn neat and
a w; referencN.
17V)B BENT-PABLOH FOOE. UKFCK
X1 niiaea. aaiHl.oau-ly fisbanl, .Jknmi
maateU, A ; abo 3d d.vr room Call be
tweeBlOamaadSpm imvNH4e es.St
TKilt BSKT- 3 COMMt SICATISG USi'CB-
V B lined rouax 3d tory bath aaate ioor;
Ane WuatfctB, ioLveiiiot to tar. ImnlUwand
tur, no houaekeet-ing. rcterance. laa) B
I ave n w iMjt
LXHiEANT
SIKGLX Attn IMkCBLa WntH
t- lo
jidvaaaa: aithnni aimiaHMi" oaz
sltt part, .-ate haw; call and tee. 3Wf(t
nW. 9M
Jcuttft roonu. aniarniabed.
,T AMD OOsY
t (; la
B W
BCtsaicted
r3S
tioa apply" at
at aw
T2QB UglfT-FLCASAKT FCKNSWM
X room; ao ciuldieu la hou-j Call at JM
rndaveaw m.
YN38, BENT-.' rNFlBNI8EB;
tWOOIM.'rtl
1 G t w- call tog t weeks. ii
F?J
BEST-L All, B M ItST RMt BOOfek
:arald ot vrtl f araiahed: anmhurn
and weabern t'lpomc. oIooiiBg BU-aat
VetBOB Square MH ath t a w. car K. 3S.lt
nom rsxt-i osNEii m
&T 1KB MA i.
X"
ve. larae alvelt fajuiihtd room a with
noard, pleaaant unuaer roomg. f ulbtrtt
and tatr o . f,Kuv. rfereuve excbBe(L
31 rt
!& V jL j'iil-a,m
"a-" Bfa--' "amagw m "tw ppHpa-am
! , !
UJ amTAT.
rB SALE-ABUCT :T ACEES OS iU l
s e exttutOud. "U liu) line f th EVa. a
ion uJiil ao'.dir- Hi iut R .Wi? be,U4 4 J"
oZ Ibtf t-tktc 1 f -J a' TjcI Iatke ' "b ,.
BtWc.cd i.il.1- i J t. !.r if
'V-vt JfciieC A
UNPRECEDENTED
ATTRACTION I
ver a lilli
DISTEIBUTED.
La. S. L.
Louisiana State Lottery Co,
Incorporated by the Legislature tor ednra
tlonalandtharitable pnrpwes, and It f ran
ehlM mmle a part of the present State Con
stltntlon. In 19T9, by an org awnsiat-e roru
iar vnrg.
It ORAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAW
I NOB take place femt-Anntttly fJnae and
December), and It ORAND stNOLB NUM
I1BR DRAWlNtW take ntnon In enon of the
other ten month tn the year, ami are all
drawn in pnblle, nt Urn Aoademy of Mnl-,
New Orleea, La,
"We do hereby certify that we supervise
the arrangements for all the Monthly and
Beml-Annnal Drawing of tbe Louisiana "tat.
Lottery Co., aad in peraon manage and con
trol the drawing themselves, and that tho
same are conducted with honesty, fairness
and In good faith toward all parties, and wo
natherise the company to ate this certificate,
with fan similes of onr signatures attached,
in Its advertisement."
ssrfisffin
tt&-
f?f-$
CBinHilKnloner.
We the undersigned banks and beakers
Will pay all prise drawn In the LonMana
State Lotteries wbieh may be pvewateit at
ear exntnterst
X. M. WALM8LBY. Fre.'t La. Nat. Beak.
I'. LANAUX. rre't sute Nat, Bank.
A. BALDWIN, Fre t N. O. Nat. Bank.
CARL KOIIN. rrei't Union Nat, Bank
WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE
ACADEMY OF Ml
New Orleans,
TUESDAY, SEPTEM
BER 9, 1890,
CAPITAL PRIZE,
$300,000,
188,18 Tirieis at 528; Haftts, $1i
Ouaiieis, Tenilis, l
Twentieths, II.
LIST OF PRIZES:
i phue or tseejue i , .tc,xc
jj'iuzEor iraMia uoako
jrsiEEor seoou so.eoo
lPWEEOr 3SJm)bi 34.0CO
srsiEEsor leuware 30.000
SfWEESOr S,feare. .000
36 PUEBSOF ideate m.eno
1W fEIZESor S&are, M,ui
3MFWSE8or aware eo.ooo
fN PWZESOr" 3u are MW.UW
irrwMiMxmm yaune,
tfJ Priae of $aW are .',"
looprixaaof aware jo.000
Wr'rtieeof eteage --,.... 30.wo
HPrmetefflWaM.
low ytUe awetlgg to
989 Oo
.... m '
ttM
ifiEsis wm mm be.
WVa urge g any MtW fcfor m
tttn jgawi went ksgisjrg to the mmigr a
tinarty stoltnt yew residues, wttn state,
Cpanty, saieiit mt mmlm. WmmM -
wraawHdellveer ai beaaaoge e r. r
tlflgta4 enveioee veerl9ef tnii 1
diese.
Important.
AU Ggdianry Lutere cntatnlng rV-r.
MM.MAy Order, iaaaad bf U Ifat'ic 3
Coj)lUUe of Mew York WJmm-
M.A.DAUPHJN,
C.
"itflJatSMMat Ths ttoMWMaWei fr- .
W " U-A!.
WmEtPwPBV W WIw aWmljjaH 4jsBf Ejlpy wKXijmw -9-
Ja-at in the rrertdent j laatHm
WbuMcnMr)drigre femxnUed lu i
tdtfMuewru. Therelure. b-r trf aJ 1 x
tatlosa 14 ujuou thtSM.'
BEMKatatBM that tee seeeent, cbru.
the U.ub mmm Loitery tin, wnicb -1
?SKtm 'Wt W T CUTEJ-AT a
a iidwl to be OOMPMAC? erito ,
mve ol UMudana u4 part 01 UieCotJ-,
vfaw vt Urn ateM. aowstw sULPlBJE ni 1
JAWAT 1. was The LeWjmof '.
i-UnwnichaOJcuad vutne Wth oi -' ,
el M tear H4 rdecod an AHPftMISN .
toihi-'uoat,ijU.j, . L st4'e u be.
IBJLti.t tj 1 u a' 4 r L.,u , -
U U -r iLv Li-tcr ii the Li
n
Grand Moothlf Drawing
I NL riEKli tuMPANk ,. . .
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