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THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, TUUBBDAY EVENING, APRIL 21, 1800.
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THE TALK OF LONDON.
NEWS AND GOvSSIP CABLED FROM
ACROSS THE SEA.
Itnsala nml tlio Labor Itororm Move
ment Child Labor Disapproved by
Imperial Council German Catho
lics Hold tlio Jlnlnnce or l'owor,
London, April 24. Altiiougli tlio
Hussion Government for various rea
sons, chiefly bccaiiEo of the peculiar
social nnil economic condition of tlio
country, took no part In tlio labor con
ference recently lichl In Berlin, It is
plain (lint some, at least, of tho ques
tions there discussed have found con
Mdcrntlou in tlio councils of tho
Northern Empire. The action of tho
imperial Council in passing a bill
prohibiting the employment in fac
tories and workshops of children
under 12 years of ago Is n concession to
popular demand and tho dictates Of
Immunity that is most surprising to
thoso familiar with tlio ltussian abhor
rence of Innovations, especially of a
conciliatory character or of anaturo
calculated to lighten tho burdens of the
people. If the bill was passed with a view
of conferring n measure of protection
upon tho youth of tho lower classes
which tbo council slncorely believed
they stood in need of and were entitled
to as nn act of justice, tho imperial
body has not gone far enough.
If, on tho other hand, tlio council In
tended by its act to appeaso tho clamor
ous neitator and calm tho prevailing
revolutionary spirit it has gono too far,
for tho 1 oy nlly of even a ltussian Is not
to bo purchased at a prlco so Insult
ingly Insignificant. But It may bo that
tho' Czar Is following cautiously in tho
wako of ids brother monarch of
Germany in a reorganization of the
labor system of tho country, and if this
bo tho case, as it is hopedi other and
morc.important changes will doubtless
bo made' In tho near future. In any
event,, the pcoplo of Itussla may bo
thankful for tho sllghtbenoflt conferred
upon them by the oltfclal admission that
there are among themr persons of too
tendor ago to be subjected to confine
ment In close workshops and the ex
actions of brutal taskmasters, a fact
which statistics show has not hitherto
been ablo to force Itself upon tho Im
Tho German Catholic party aro slowly
gaining grOund in their efforts tore
cover tho revenues and other benefits
and privileges which they lost through
the Kulturkampf, thanks to their hold
ing tho balance of power, or what is
equivalent to that in tho new Reichstag.
It is confidently predicted by them that
thoywill squeeze out of tho Prussian
government In tho Landtag much more
In the end than they lost as the price of
their support of vital imperial measures
in tho Beichstag, and there are many
among their opponents who bolievothev
are not boasting idly.
UHAHGKS AGAINST' HIDDLElOS,
Alice til I'eculntions Growlnc Out of
the Famous Kelt Campatcn.
Ottawa, Ont., April 21. Tho com
mittee which has been investigating the
charges th'at General Middlcton appro
priated certain furs to his own benefit
during tho Rlel rebellion campaign has
reported that tho General did order the
furs shipped to him, though In fact ho
did not receive them. It was an illegal
confiscation, but the committee lire sat
y. isfied that tho General acted under a
misapprehension of the law. IBs action
was none tho less improper, but in view
of all tho circumstances it is recom
mended that tho General's offer to com
pensate tho half-breed from whom tho
furs were taken be accepted.
IMolibinc Jewish .Residents,
Warsaw, April 24. An autl-semttic
mob numbering 4,000 persons, after in
vading the town of Blala, in tho gov
ernment of Siedlce Gallcia, sacked the
shops and dwellings of tho Jewish resi
dents. The troops- were called out,
and eleven persons were killed and
THE JintSEY l'OISONING CASK.
, Vnndecrlft's I-uwycr Denies Some
of tlio Ugly Stories Afloat.
Moukt Holly, April 24. About the
only topic of conversation In Mount
Holly and Burlington at present Is the
approaching trial of Mrs. Carrie Vande
grfft, accused of poisoning her son,
Frank Norman. The stories ngalnst her
past history aro still being circulated,
and new ones are apparently maliciously
given; every day. Mrs. Vandegrlft's
counsel, Hon. C. E.-IIendrickson, re
ferring to the ugly stories about her,
"A sentiment of projudico against
Mrs. Vandcgrlft has been worked up so
industriously in the city of Burlington,
her place of residence," said Mr. Hen
drickson, "thnt the local papers are
persuaded in advance of tlio trial to
publish everything that rumor brings
to tho surfaco against her, but not" a
word In her favor. It 'seems to mo that
the Imprisoned woman should bo ac
corded' a fair trial and that public
opinion in tho case, out of deference to
law and justice, should, bo suspended
until the evidence is heard.
"Mrs. Vandcgrlft was raanled'to tho
late Joseph Vandcgrlft In 1878, and
lived happily with him until tho time or
his death in 1880. Since' my client's
arrest a cruel story has been started by
her encmips that Mr. Vandcgrlft died
from croton oil administered by'her.
The story Is false and absurd. There
was no motive whatever for such u
deed. Tho two lived together In har
mony, nnd her husband was always
generous in nis provisions tor ucr ana
defended her ou every occasion. Her
fidelity to him was attested yesterday lu
my presence by one of Burlington's best
and most reputable citizens, who said
ho knew Mrs. Vandcgrlft was faithful
to Uvr husband and kept his accounts,
attended to his hnnk matters and was
his llnancler gcueraliy. and that Mr.
Vnudcerift had tho utmost confidence
in her." As far as the gentleman knew,
being Intimately acquainted In tho fam
ily, they never" had an angry word be
tween them. It Is well Ijnown' that
Joseph Vaudegriftwas In falling health
for years, and had been ill a great deal
pi lor to his death, which was from
"The attempt so assiduously pressed
to show that Frank C. Norman Is not
her on Ishows the malice and evil in
tent of hei enemies. They profess to
bo indignant over tho alleged attempt
upon her son, but at tho same time are
trying to brand this young man with
(ho dlsgraco of illegitimacy by, saying
she bought him when a babe of a
woman on her way to tho nlmshouso
wilh him. He is her son, a9 can
readily bo proved, and was admitted as
Euch to Glrard College, an Institution
most rigidly governed, and where no
une can gain entrance without proof of
legitimacy and of tho respectability of
"I am sorry there seems to bo a dis
position In tomo quarters to condemn
Mrs. Vandegrlft on current rumor, and
beforo the trial. I oven heard yester
dav from a farmer that it was reported
crnloii oil hail been pumped from Nor
man's stomach- Of course this Is un
Hue, nnd tho work of some ono more
imaginative than some of his rivals In
creating such stories.
OKNKltAI. FAIKUMILD JIEOEIVED,
A IMcniinnt Evening Spent nt tho Resi
lience of Mnjor Htlno.
Tho residence of JIajor J. H, Stinc,
historian of tho Fifth Army Corps, No.
1128 C street southeast, was filled with
distinguished veterans of tho late war
last evening, tho occasion bolnc a re
ception to General Lucius Fnlrclillil.
JIrs. Sllnc was assisted In receiving by
her daughter. Refreshments were
served and tho evening spent pleas
antly in relating historical lomlnisccnces
of tho war.-
Among thoso present wcros .Tudgo
John B. McCalmont, late gcnoral of
Pennsylvania Volunteers: Col. Charles
P. Lincoln, Deputy Commissioner of
Pensions nnd ox-Consul to China un
der President Grant; General Ay. 0.
Talloy, First Brigade Pennsylvania Re
serves; Professor W. E. Ryan, New
York; Major Hnlstcad, adjtitant'gen
oral to General Doublcdayj General
Osborne, M. 0 of Pennsylvania; Cap
tain Nathan B. Prentice, Seventh "Wis
consin; GcneranV. II. Walker, Sunday
Oasetlc; Colonel John II. Thompson of
Vermont, Captain John N. Elilo of
Wisconsin, Captain Whitney, Boventy
sixth New York; Hon. Charles Nealos,
Pennsylvania, and Bugler John Cook
It Hhs Always lloen There, ami
From the Xtntteenth Century.
Gaming is a habit of very old date
along tho Riviera; it might contlnuo If
tho casino at Jlonto Carlo wero razed to
the ground. At Ban Remo games of
chance nro forbidden by law now, yet
tbo lottery, which Is the most demoral
izing of all forms of gambling, is per
mitted there, as In all Italian cities.
Upward of a century ago tho gamo of
chance commonly played at San Remo
was blrlbl. Tho gamo Is chiefly kept In
remembrance by references to It In tho
writings of noted men. For example,
Paul Louis Courier, in onoflf his in"
compnrnblo -pamphlets, twits the fi
nance minister .of his day with playing
blrlbl with thc-financcs. This gamo was
far more unfavorable to tho player than
tho rouletto which is played at Monto
Carlo in these days.
A uiriui tamo contains 70 compart
ments, each compartment being distin
guished by a figure nnd a number.
Sixty-four balls with figures painted
and numbers marked on them are
placed in a bag. Tho player puts his
stake In one of the seventy compart
ments, and if the ball drawn out of tho
bag should correspond to It then he re
ceives 04 times his stake. There aro
04 chances to 1 against a player at
blrlbl receiving anything; at roulette
the chance of his doing so on a number
Is 30 to 1, and no person has yet made
n fortune by playing on numbers at
roulette. Thus tho modern gamo of
roulette ruins a player more slowly
than the older one of biribi.
The game of roulette, or, as it is des
ignated in the statute book, "rolypoly,"
is an ingenious device for Inspiring a
player with the prospect of gain, and
for insuring that the player will con
tribute to maintain the keepers of tho
table. There Is more excitement in
playing at roulette than at trente-et-quaraute,
though the certainty of ulti
mate loss is tho same at cither. Indeed,
the man who systematically speculates
on tho Stock Exchange, wlio bets on the
turf or who games at Monte Carlo, helps
to add to a stock broker's Income in the
first case, to increase a bookmaker's
profits In the second and to pay divi
dends to the shareholders in the Casino
In the third. I assume that in each of
the three cases everything has been done
fairly and in accordance with tho rules
This point of view Is not sufficiently
borne in mind. When the wickedness
of gaming is denounced too little heed
Is paid to its unprofitableness, and hu
man beings arc more reluctant to do
that which will not pay than that which
is called sinful. There is a wild delight
in sinning which is not felt in losing
Tliey Forcet That Man Desires a Oou-
tritst to Himself,
From Jllackicood's Magazine.
Have we not noticed within the last
few yeare a change In the demeanor of
"society" girls toward tho other sex?
How shall wo define it? A kind of
brusque audaciousness in conversation,
with a soupcon of slangy chaff; an af
fectation of assuming to know moro of
what is what than their mothers and
grandmothers were ever permitted or
supposed to know. Do they not often
go perilously near the border line which
convcnancc prescribes shall not bo over
stepped? wo do not mean this last In
tho sense In which It is alleged, and,
truly , that our ancestresses of the last cen
tury thought it no shame to call a spade
a spade, and when young demoiselles of
sensibility and vivacity used to sigh
over tho misfortunes of Clarissa liar
lowo or divert themselves with tho ad
ventures of Tom Jones and Soghla
It Is something quite different from
that that the "present raco of young
women affect. It is rather a total want
of sentiment that prevails. In former
days the sex were wont to appeal to
men from their softer, gentler, weaker
side. ' Now it Is tho reverse. They
appear to aim at meeting men on their
own platform, and consorting with
them as like to like from a man's
standpoint rather than from a woman's.
A girl nowadoys will unabashed chaff
her male partner, rallyhlm, amuse him,
in his own coin, Inliis own manner, and
In tho way he would her. This is
what wo understand as tho femalo
mannishncss so' noticeable In tho beau
month of today, and, wo may add, so
unlovely. It is forgotten that what a
man desires in a woman Is contrast not
a caricature of himself.
A Clear Complexion,
Uricbt eyes and firm, solid flesh aro a few
evidences of Its health-giving properties.
''While not detracting one whit from tlio
mother's care, I cannot lay too great stress
on the nierlts of Mclllu's Food," writes a
Tlio Judge und the Hoy.
A youthful "bean-shooter" named
Franklin Meyers, coloied, was before
Judgu Mller today. . Ho said his
mother was dead and that "his father
allowed him more liberties thail a
parent ought to do. Officer Dunning
ton, who arrested the boy, staled that
ho had frequently had considerable
trouble with him. Judge Miller gavo
the opinion that some ot theso fatuers
in Washington who permitted tlielr
boys to run at large and tako up time
In tho' Police Court on such nelly
charges wero moro to blamo than tho
boys themselves. Ho permitted tho
youngster to go homo with a sovero
Do you want a pure aud healthy boer
for yourself and family? K so, order I'ort-m-r's.
Telepuouo No, 7SS 0,
The Hoc; and tlio Turin',
From Iht VIMadeliilda InquUtr,
The American hog will opposo any
proposition to put German bristles on
the free list, unlusjkthu embargo against
his admission Into Germany is with
dinwn, Do you want a pure and healthy beer
for jourtelf and family? If so, order Port
uer's, Telephone No. 7jS-0.
The Government Nothing Hut the Will
of tho Omcor.
From tin Fortnightly JlecUw.
On ouo of thoso lands, within a day's
journey from Cluilllmn.no, I have seen
encamped as lately as 1881 alargoslavo
caravan n few minutes' walk from the
owner's residence,' waiting to dlsposo of
Its living merchandise over theso Portu
guese estates. To mention that In the
compound of tho house Itself was a
natlvo of tho slave-stick may only be
considered as a superfluous deal. It is
well known that yearly largo caravans
of slaves nro brought from tho lakes
district nnd absorbed into the estates
Shut out from the gazo of civiliza
tion; colonized by convicts and crimi
nals of tho worst typo; overrun by a
lace, cross-bred between negro slaves
and tbo dregs' of Portuguese jails: oc
cupied by an administration powerless,
no less from poverty than national
apathy, to enforce Its jurisdiction save
by bribery and acquiescence in a sys
tem of slavery and degraded despotism,
it Is not surprising that this vast re
gion should have become burled in
barbarism, its uufortunato peoples
weighed down with tyranny and trade
and commerce dwarfed to Insigniiican't
1o clvo an idea of tho nature ot
Portuguese rulo where alone they have
any effective occupation, that is in tho
Delta of the Zambesi, I may say that
tho native soldiers who collect tho
mussoco or poll-tax aro In tho habit of
forcibly dishonoring tho natlvo women
and murdering their husbands or
fathers if they resist or oven expostu
late. In tlio early part of 1880 1 my
self gave medical assistance to a young
native man who had been stabbed
through the body by one of theso Portu
guese soldiers because ho had dared to
expostulate ho had not ventured to
resist when his young wife was
violated by tho soldier. Tho man
lingered for two months In great pain
nnd then died. This case is simply an
cxamplo of what Is-happening every
dnv under Portuguese administration.
, In ono sphcro, tho sphcro of morality,
Portuguese civilization" has made its
mark. During iny six years' experi
ence of consular work in tho Zambesi
regions nothing perhaps has so forcibly
been impressed upon me as one of tho
results of Portuguese influence on tho
natlvo population as tho lamentablo
deterioration of native morality. The
Portuguese on this coast lino have
reached a depth of sexual immoral
ityindeed, of sexual criminality
below which it is impossible for
humanity to fall. Family honor is
unknown among theso " degraded
pioneers of a pscudo civilization.
Incest and unnatural vices aro committed
without any attempt at secrecy. The
Portuguese morality in these dark re
gions Is apparently lower than that of
tho brute beasts. With the morality of
the native Makololo It can be com
pared In no particular. Among tho un
contaminated native peoples the moral
code is relatively a high one, and its in
fringment Is punished by death. Thoso
fearful and horrible crimes against
natural Instincts practiced by tho Portu
guese in their settlements on the coast
nro unknown to tho natives of tho in
terior. Under tho exemplary tuition of tho
Portuguese, however, the native popu
lation In the" neighborhood of and under
the influence of the Portuguese settle
ments have fallen almost to the Portu
guese level. Encouraged by the gross
immorality of their white masters, they
have long lost their own comparatively
high moral code. This is perfectly well
known to. residents in the Portuguese
coast settlements, and it is impossible to
preservo silence about facts that aro
notorious when, as at present, tho state
of Portuguese civilization In East Africa
is a subject that claims the attention of
ItEMOVED TUB 11KASI.
A Story that llroucjht tlio Teller a
From the Xtw York Ledger.
On a drizzlyj cheerless eveninc a
'dozen loungers, more or less, wero as
sembled In Trask's store. Trask had a
bar in one corner, 'Where moist goods
were furnished by the glass or by tho
flask, or, to accommodate, by the jug
ful. Also an old-fashioned open fire
place lent its charms to the comfort of
theplacc. By and by there entorcd a
tall, lank, slab-sided specimen of the
genus Yankee, who approached the
little semi-circular bar and called for a
glass of "old Jemakey." The decanter
containing Jamaica rum was set forth,
and the aforesaid biped. helped himself
to a generous horn.
"Hi!" cried one of the men at the fire
place, "that's the Chap that saved the
llehtnin' express. Jest yqu toll 'em
about It, Seth."
When Seth had drunk all hands
were eager to know how he had saved
the express train. They hadn't heard
"Waal," said Seth, wiping his lips
aud biting a good chew from a plug
of navy tobacco, "of yer kcer to hear
It. I'll tell ye how it happened."
They offered him a scat, but ho would
'"Y6 s"ee, uiglit afore last, jest afore
10 o'clock, I wer' aout on the sldin' of
of tho railroad; comin' up from old
Whlttaker's, where I'd been helpln'
'cm set up' shooks. Waal, I'd got
along right where the track makes a
bend nraound Pike's Hill, and whore
there's a pair o'bars In the high fence
ye know ther's n snow-fence along thai-
yaas woal, right thar, I snum, of I
didn't sco a 'tarnal great beam a-layln'
right across tuo trade, .rrusna, Hem
lock an' llghtnin'! What should I dew?
I hadn't no moro'n seed tho thing when
I heard tho llghtnin' express a comtn'
a-thundeiln' up (he road like nil
possessed. I put myself ter that beam,
but, gosh, I mout as well 'avo tried to
lift tho aiith itself. I couldn't budge
Hero the narrator wiped his speckled
brow and took breath.
"I tell ye, boys, p'raps yo can jedgo
o' my feclln's 'bout that time, but I
doubt It. I heerd tho express comtn'
nearer and nearer, and pooty soon tho
headlight glared right Inter my eyes. I
give- ono moro h'lst nt that ere beam,
and had ter give 11 up. 'Twasn't no
use. I could only stand back and let
her rip. And boom! booml crash!
bank! kcrwhaek! along it come.
Tho old Ingino flew by me like a streak,
and tho mighty puff of tho long train
almost took away my breath. I jost
shet my eyes und waited for the
"Well," gasped two or three of tho
excited listeners iii' concert, "what
"Why, tho train wont right along
jest as easy ns rollln' off a log."
"And the iieam wnero was uiai:
Goodness! I can't see Into It."
"Tho beam was gone." said Siith,
backing away a step.
"Gone! Where? lly thunder! I
Vllovo you'ro gummln' us. Whar had
Shu ! Jest ycou be easy and I'll tell
o seo, when 1 slopped uacu ter
the train co bv mv shadder fell
light onto the track aud tho beam had
ter git up an' git. 'Twas a tnown
Ho started for the door, but they
Ii'iiugiu linn. uiuiu nm tin uiaiuvu
lcnco In their dosign, however. At tho
public expense ho
take another pull
George Kcnnnn Will Toso an nn 12ll
From the Ctnluru.
The survivors of tho Yakutsk massa
cro wero tried by court-martial, with
out benefit of counsel, upon tho cliargo
of armed resistance to tlio authorities,
and wero nil' found guilty. Three of
them wero hanged: fourteen, Including
four women, were condemned to penal
servitude for llfo; five, including two
women, were sent to tho mlnos for fif
teen years; four boys and girls loss than
21 years of ago wero condemned to
penal servltudo for ten years, and two
others wero sent as forced colonists to
tho Arctic villages of Verkhoyansk nnd
Srcdnl Kolynsk, in "tho remotest part
And this sentence, tho St. Petersburg
officials say, is an evidence of tho "un
usual moderation" of tlio judges who
composed tho court-martiall A further
proof of this "unusual moderation" is
furnished by tho fact that tho political
exile, Kohau-Kcrnstcin, after receiving
foursovcro bullet wounds nt tho tlmo
of the massacre, and after lying nearly
five months in a prison hospital, was
carried to tho scaffold on n cot bed and
hanged by putting tho nooso around
his neck nnd dragging tho bed out from
under him. If this is Russian "mod
eration" one might well pray to bo de
livered from Russian sovcrlty.
One of tho executed men, two hours
beforo tho ropo was put about his neck,
scribbled a hasty faro well note to his
comrades, In which ho said: "Wo are
not afraid to die, but try you to mako
our deaths count for something writo
all this to Kcniian."
Tho appeal tome shall not be In vain.
If I livo tho whole English-speaking
world nt least shall know all tho.dctalls
of tho most atrocious crime.
Men of note Opera sldgcrs. A min. ot
note Dr. Hull, tho Cough Syrup dlscoy'crcr.
AVlthont an equal Is Salvation Oil. , Tbo
greatest euro on earth for pains, l'lice, 2."c.
It is so said by everybody, Itobert Port
ncr has the best beer In Washington. Or
Neivousj Bilious or Congestive forms.
L. It. BROWN, SI. D.,
S3 West Jcrsoyst.,
Elizabeth, N. J., Juno 28, 1SS0.
This Is to certlty that I liayo used for somo
months with much satisfaction, tho combina
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BrlRBS' lleadaoho Troches. Tho romedy
cures moro headaches, especially such as af
fect Nervous Women, than anything I nra
acquainted with, and It this certificate will
bo the means of brinfilnult to tho favorablo
attention Tot sufferers from that trouble,!
shall feel that I have dono them a service.
L. K. BK.OWN.
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IS a blood disease. Until tho poison is
expelled from tln Bystcm, there can
bo no euro for tli lontlisotno nml
dangerous malady. '.Therefore, tlio only
effective treatment is n thorough courfo
of Avcr's Snrsnpitrilln - the best of nil
blood purifiers. Tho'sooner you begin
tho better j delay is dangerous.
" I was troubled with catarrh for over
two years. 1 tried various remedies,
and was treated lv a number of Physi
cians, but received no benefit until I
begnn to tako Aycr's Sarsaparllln. A
low bottles oJ this medicine cured mo of
this troublesorao complaint and com
pletely restored my health." Jcsso SI.
lloggs, llolraan's Mills, N. C.
" When Aycr's SaTsaparilla was rec
ommended to mo for catarrh, 1 was in
clined to doubt its efficacy. Having
tried so many remedies, with llttlo ben
efit, I had no faith that anything would
euro me. I bccnuio emaciated from loss
of appetite and impaired digestion. I
had nearly lost tlio bouso of smell, and
my system was badly deranged, I was
about discouraged, when n friend urged
mo to try Aycr's Sarsaparilla, and re
ferred mo to persons whom it had cured
of catarrh. After tailing linlf n dozen
bottles of this mcdlcino, 1 am convinced
that tlio only sure way of treating this
obstinate disease IS through tho blood."
Charles II. Jlaloncy, 113 Itivor at.,
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Trlco $1; six bottles, J5. Worth $5 it Cottle.
THE TRAVELER'S GUIDE.
Anlvnls nt It. and 1'. Station.
From Boston 10:43 a. m. dally,
From New York and rhlladolphla 4:10,8.00,
10.45 n. m., 1.42, 2.15, 3.10. 8.40 (limited) 9.25,
and 10.83 p.m. dally. 1.42, 8.15, and 8.30
p, m. dally except Sunday.
From Baltlmore4.10, 6.30, 8.00, 8.45, 10.45
a. m., 2.15, 2.25,3.10,6.55,0 60, 8.80, 8.40. 9.25,
"and 10.35 p; m. dally. At 8 85. 9.65, 11.40 a.
m 1.42, 3.50, 0.40, 8.15, p. in. dally except
From Annapolis 8.00, 9,55 a.m., 1.42, 5.55, 8.30
p. m. On Sundays, 6.65 p. m.
From Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Elmlra and Har-
rlsburg Dally 8.45 a. m. and 5.55 p. m. dally
From Pope's Creek Lino 8.35 a m and 5.5
p m, dally, except Sunday,
t From Richmond nnd tho South 11.24 a m
10.60 and ll.OO.'p m dally, 0.30;pm, dally, ox
From Chicago and rittsbnrg 0.30, 8.45 am,
2.25. 6.56. 8.16 Ti m. All dallv.
From St. Louis 0.30 n m and 2.25 p m, dally.
From Alexandria 0.63, 8.30, 0.30,10.45,11.21,
am. 2.60, 5.30, 0.30, 7.10, 7.2S, 0.40, 10-40,
10.60,11.00 p m dally. At 0.55. 7.25, 8.20.
10.23, 10.35 a m, 1.40, 3.00, 3.20, 10.40. 11.25 p
m. dally, except Sunday. On Sunday only
at 2.20 pm.
From Cincinnati, Louisville and St. Lonls,
via Chesapeako and Ohio routo 8.30 a. m.
dally; from Cincinnati and St. Louis ("F.
F. V, Special") at 2.50 p. m. dally.
Local train on C. and O. from Virginia
Springs 7.13 p. m. except Sunday.
From Old Point Comfort, Newport News and
Norfolk 3.35 and 10.50 p.m. dally.
From New Orleans, Montgomery, Birming
ham, Atlanta, Italclgh, Lynchburg G. 63 a.
m. and 7. 10 p. m. daily.
From Memphis, New Orleans. Montgomery,
Nashville, Bristol and Lynchburg 10.45 a.
m. and 10. 40 p. m. dally.
From Charlottesvlllo and Way 2.53 p. m.
From Manassas, Straslmrg nnd Way 10.23 a-
m. and 10.45 p. m. dally except Sunday.
From Leesburg, Round Hill nnd Points on W.
A 0. R. R 8.30 a. m. dally, 3 p. m. dally,
Arrivals nt II. and O. Station.
From New ?ork H.40 a. m., 2.40, 8.00,9.20,
11.20 ). m. dally, 6 p. ni. dally, except
From Philndclphla-8.40,11.15a. m 2.40, 8,00,
9.20, 11.20 p. m. dally; 5.00 p. m. daily ex
From Baltimoro-8.03. 8.40, 9.55, 10.20. 11.05 a.
m., 12.45. 2.40.8.00, 5.20, 0.30, 7.45,8.00,8.30,
9.20, 11.10, 11.20, 12.15, dally, 0.30, 7.30. 8.30,
8.60, n. m HO. 4.30, 5.00, 7.05, p. m. daily
except Sunday. On Sunday only at 2.20
From ChlcaBo and Columbus 11 .45 a. m and
4.05 p.m. dally.
From Cincinnati, St. Louis and Louisville
3.50 a. m. and 2 p. m. dally.
From Pittsburg and Cloveland 7.10 a. ra and
0.50 p. m. daily.
From Deer Park and Oakland 3.50, 11.45 a.
m. and 4.05 p. m. daily.
From Lexington, Winchester and Virginia
Valley 9.30 a. m. and 3 p. m. dally, except
From Frederick 8.25 a. in. dally, 1.50, 3, 0.50,
7.30 p. m. dally, except Sunday.
From Hagerstown 8.25 a. m. dally, 9.30 a. m.
and 1.50 and CM p. m. dally, except Sun
day. From Washington Junction and Way 3.45,
7.10, 8.25, 11.45 a. m.. 1.50, 3, 4.05, 0.50 p. ra.
dally; 9.30 a. in. and 7.30 p. ra. daily, except
From Boyd's and Way 8.25, 9 30 a.m., 3,
0.50 p.m. dally; 8.20 a.m. and 7.30p.m.
dally, except Sunday.
From Galthersburg and Way 7.10, 8.25 a. m.,
3, 6.50, 10.25 p.m. dally;7.20, 8.20, 9.30, 11.20
a. m., 4, 7.30 p. m. dally, except Sunday. On
Sunday only. 10.25a. m. and 8 n. m.
From Annapolis 10.20 a. in. dally; 8.30 a.m.
- and 1.60, 5.20, 7.45 p. m. dally, except Sun
day. On Sunday only at 6.30 p.m.
FOIl SAI.E AND KENT.
REAL ESTATE BULLETIN
E. WAGGAMAN, 917 F street.
Changes mado Wednesdays and Saturdays.
2 STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOIl
C38Bsts w.bh,18 rs $22,000
616 to 630 Md avo s W, b h.4 rs 18,000
1015 E Cap st, hh.Ors ,.., 8,600
1114 and 1116 6th st s w, b h, 7 rs, and 1
f hrear 6.000
400 and 408 11th stsw, bh, Urs 5.C00
239 131 ft s W. b h, 8.rs 5,000
1247 and 1249 Madison st n w, f li, 4 rs,
nd2bh rear 4,600
831 t08S522dstn W. bh, ill's 4,600
Alley bet Oth and 7th, L and M sts u w,
f h,4 rs 3.600
CO L stnw, h h, 7rs 3,500
3408Nstnw. bh.7rs 3.300
404 and400S Capitol sts w, f h.Ors.... 3,000
515 lltbstse.b h,8 rs 2.CO0
OCOandOllIst so.f.h,5rs , 2.600
7352dst n w,bh,5rs 2.000
112 K stno.f h.Ors 1,800
4131 Bts w,bh,5 rs 1.S00
12 Capitol alley sw.bh, 6 rs 1,150
900 alley bet G and 11,9th and 10th s w,
f h,7rs 1,100
UNIMPROVED FHOFERTY FOR SALE.
K st, bot ICth aud 17thstsnw 81 60
Pa ave. bet Oth and 7th sts so 2 oo
10th st, bet M and Nstsn w 1 75
24th st, bet Land Msts'n w 1 60
list, bet 3d and 4th Sts so 1 25
19th st, bet E and F ets n w 125
Dunbarton avo and Realist, 30th and 31st
13 st, bet Canal aud C sts n w 1 00
Mass ave. bet Del avo and 1st stn e 1 00
O bt, bet 1st and 3d stsn w 85
HOUSES FOR RENT.
Tno "Maltby." N. J. avo and II st k w..
2027Istn w,22 rs S100 00
7156thst nw. 13 rs 100 00
S052 P st u w, 13 rs, fur 80 00
1120 l2thstn w,13 rs 75 oo
60Cstnw, ISrs 6500
232 N J avo 11 w. 9rs 50 00
901 21st st n w, 12 rs 40 00
lllOTst n w,7rs 35 00
1205 11th stn w. 7rs -. 35 00
Upper part 140S P st n w. 7 rs 30 00
llNSSdktn w,9rs 23 00
ittSUstn w.7rs 2059
1221Hstne.0rs 20 00
142 0 st II 0, 7 rs 2000
607 N St 11 W. 7 rs 2000
627 6th st no, Ors.poss, May 1 18 00
38 Defreosbt nw,7rs 13 39
344 Jackson IlnllJaUey. 4 rs 15 00
020 alley bet 9th and 10th. E and K
stsn w 14 30
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Sate as U. S. bonds; 5 per cent,, payable
quarterly; In sums of Jl.ooo.
In sums to suit at 6 per cent.
The above Is only a portion of tho property
ou my books. For lull list call at ofltea for
bulletin, Issued on the 1st and 15th.
COUXTItV KKAL KSTAT1?.
170R BALE-ABOUT 17 ACRES ON 31) ST
1" no extonded, on the lino of tho Eoklng
tn and Soldleri,' Homo Railway, being a part
ot the estate of tho lato Chief Justice Cune,
now called "Edgcwood;" a good opportunity
for investors. For particular, prlco, otu .
luqulioofCllAFlN BROWN, 8 4 stn w.
stnw: new plumbing, now furniture;
20 additional rooms; personal attention to tho
tuble; looatlon contial. near 'ho Arlington
and Wormloy's. fo2J-90
ftSSp WOODI.KY INN, , , , .
zaj Formerly Washington Inn,
Will open about MAY l.lfioo, for dally and
monthly Lonrilcrss also for tlio convonlonoe
of tliofto who nro driving.
Luncheon and suppers served on a mo
Driving parties must positively liavo cards
of admission. Apply to
JAMES II. KflKNAN,
trSST' ItOCIlDAI.K C OP. SOCIETY OP THE
- DIST. OF COL.
Members of this anolcty arc Informed that
tint new Trade Cards (and Lilts). Imnvovcd
nnd extended, aro now ready for Issuo.
Members Will return tlio old (green) card,
with their ntldress written across tho face,
to any ot thoso nnmed bolowand obtain tho
now on payment of tlio proper fco. Thoro
being over -l.fOO members who should obtain
tlio now card beforo April soth Instant
promptness is advisable. The old card It of
no Untjil after April so.
J. W. MARSHA. Secretary.
DPS II st, Cash Itoom, Treasury Ilcpt, nnd
at'CiMMlist, at noon nnd at 4 o'olook p. in.
A.T. Long(cy,prcst,fiOfiA stn c, ARr'l Dopt.
Smith Thompson, V. P., 1K0 1' n w, A. O.
0., War Dcpt.
L. Vnndorhocf, 031 French si, Buronii of
11. C. rawcett, C03 Mass avo n e.lth And.
.1. B. McCabc, 223d st n o, P. O. Dopt.
11. W. Smith, Tin II st s w, O. M. O. O.
L. T. Ilnnt, 1310 H st n w, Ctli And, Offlco.
L. K. Grldlcy, 100 L st n w, Reg. onieo
John Morrison. 415 It st n w, Pen. Offlco.
Dr. Jos Jouy, 2218 Pa avo n w, S. . 0.
John Finn, D18 23d stnw, A.O. O.
O. U. Sayer, Surceon General's Offlco.
Kdward Saxton, SOTllst n o, Govt. Print
). u. urown, Ttn st ana it. i. avo(uniK
I). M.DnvIs, 1013 lOtli st n w, Bii, Bug. nnd
Oliver Dufotir, Cashier's Itoom, City Post
ofllco. John II. Jones, 1520 Cth st n w, Slcnal Offlco.
Dr. 15. h. Corbln, Second Auditor's Offlco.
J. M.Andms, 1510 Columbia st, 0. L.O.,
J. F. l'aRO, 1210 F st n w (Orocov).
F. J. YounB, 310 Spruce st, Sty. Dlv. Troasy.
V. II. Womersloy, 17SC n st nw, Offlco
Jlov. Mar., Trcas.
Frank Sibley, 705 15th st n w, Cigar Store
uy oiucr oi mo oxcciiro commuico
J. -W.- 1IAHSIIA , Secretary.,
For building purposes, for sata by
IES II. McGILL.
DcalcrJn Building Supplies,
008 to 914 a st. n. w.
ICK ICE. ICE.
Troposo to furnish their patron3 tho coming
ecason with tho
BEST QUALITY OF KENNEBEO ICE,
as usual, at ratos as low, If not lowor, than
any other city
KOUTn OF BOSTON.
All Information as to prices and contracts
will bo cheerfully furnished at tho ofllco of
tho company, 12th st. and Pa. nvo. n. w.
YELLOW WAGONS MARKED
INDEPENDENT ICE CO.
CAPITAL 81,000,000. TEMPORARY OFFICES.
1001 F st n w, provlous to tho crootlon of
tho company's building, corner Oth and F
sts n w.
MONEY LOANED ON COLLATERAL AND
ON REAL ESTATE. Well secured loans,
guaranteed nytno company, lorsaio. in
terest raid. Call on or correspond wit
.'all 6n or correspond with us
W. B. ROBISON, Sec. B. II. WARNER, Pres.
Charles B. Bailey, George F. Schafor,
James L. Barbonr, Thomas Somervlllo,
George E. llartol, John A. Swopo.
Richard W. Clay, J. S. Swormstodt,
Horace S. Cummmgs, Hattcrsloy W. Talbolt
J. J. Darlington, Gcorgo Truesdoll,
John Joy Edeon. B. n. Wnrnor,
Charles J. Faulkner, A. A. Wilson,
Albert F. Fox, L.I). Wine.)
O. C. Green, S. W. Woodward.
William 11. Gnrley, Chas. Ben. Wilkinson,
John B. Lamer, A. S. Worthlngton.
'LADIES! LADIESI LADIES!
Mrs. McCaff ortv Is tho only hat and
bonnot-framo manufacturer In tho city. Call
and see her now shapes. Bleaching and
pressing. Straw nnd f oft hats altered to tho
latest stylos. Ordors promptly attouded to.
1009 G stroot n. w.
1410 Penna. ave., opposite Wlllard's notel.
Thousands from far and near visit Dr.- White
for relief from and avoidance of corns, bun
ions, diseased nails and all other foot
troubles. Hours. 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.; San
days. 9 to 12. Established 1801. Fee.il.
KJSp'WnY NOTnAVE YOUR SMRTS
3S' mado by ono of tho most celobrated
cutters In America? Prices samo as tlioo
third-rato cutters charge. P. T. HALL, 908 F
Advertisements under this head, four lines or
less, SScents for, one insertion: 60 cents for thru.
vrow is TnE time, we will pay
1 "blgmonoy'Tor gents' flrst-olass seo-ond-band
clothing. Address or call at
JUSTU'8 OLD STAND. 619 D St. n. W.
LOST AND FOUND.
V, a.-V',V M1" f 'VNv "AAA -..-.- ,
LOST-APIULlO-IRISn SPANIEL, ABOUT
2 feet high, brown, curly hair, long cars,
qulto fat; answers to name of Chief. Reward
(S5) If returned to 17C7 II st n w. apl7,Ct
l'Olt SALE HOUSES.
Advertisements under this head, feur lines or
less, 26 cents for one insertion; 50 cents for three.
IOR SALE-A BARGAIN IF SOLD AT
once; 2-story and basement brick houso;
rooms and bath: all mod tmns: situated at
No. 436 1 st n w; prlco $4,300; terms one-third
cash, balance 1. 2 and 3 years. Annly
to FRANCIS HUFTY. 1301 F st n W.
FOR SALE-1N ALEXANDRIA, 0-ROOM
framo honsojust finishing; nydrantln
yard; lot 16x115; snug homo; price, SSOO. Ap
ply to ROBERT J. THOMAS, Room No. 2, 013
I?OH SALE FRAME HOUSE 906 IN 25
; foot alley, bet Oth and 10th and G and H
sts s w; 7 rooms; ball on both floors; olosots
fronting the Potomac; 15 per cont Invest
ment; lot 311 feet front by 62 deep, 49 feet
from Oth st. Apply within.
I7IOR SALE-THREE OF TnE CHEAPEST
! houses In Washington, 108, 108 and 110
11th st n o; two-story and basement, brown
stono trimmings; 7 rooms and bath; olectrlo
bells and gas: price, 33,600 each, S600 cash
balanco to suit or trado for good lots.
FOK KENT HOUSES.
Adrertlstviente under this head, fourllnesor
less, 25 cents for out Insertion; 60 tents for three.
1701RIavonw.l7rsrTT SM0 00
1413 Mass avo, 17 rs and stable 2ou eu
1411 K st n"w. 13 rs 200 00
1022 vt avo n w. 10 rs 200 oo
1011 Conn are, 13 rs 175 00
14th st ex., 15 rs 130 00
1228 M stnw, 15 rs 150 00
loco 16th stnw. 11 rs 125 00
130811 stnw, 12 rs 115 00
1737 Q st n w, 11 rs 100 00
1400 Chapln st n w, 13 rs 100 00
1742 P stnw, 12 rs 100 00
7014 21st n w. 14 rs 100 00
2 Lafayette Square, 15 rs
018 E stnw, 15 rs SJ31
7170th stnw, strand dwg.. 80 oo
502 E stn w, ltrs 75 00
1402 Chapln st n w. 12 rs 75 oo
81712th stnw, llrs 05 00
1513 o st n w. n rs osoo
942 NY ave, lOrs 65 00
915 N Y ave, 14 rs CO 00
HOlNUave.lO rs 60 00
HC2StoUEhtonst.9 rs 55 00
HCOStoughtonst.9 rs 65 00
1756 P stnw, 10 rs 55 00
1011 Rlggs Place, 9 rs 6150
Pst, near21st,7rs 60 00
1601 21st st n w. 8 rs 50 00
114317thstn w,7 rf 43 00
160ISstnw,9rs 43 00
1019 Corcoran stn w, 9 rs 40 00
2032 G stn w. 10 rs 40 00
1538 Pierco PIhco, 9 rs 35 oo
1909 7th st n w, str and dwg 35 oo
117 11 stnw, 8 rs 35 00
soooystn w.2rs 33 a;i
2301 14th St II w, 5rs 30 00
1028 R I nvo, 12 rs
913 E st 8 w, 6 rs 23 50
017 Estsw.Cl-S 21S0
SOtb and M st n w (Feb.), 5 rs 20 10
135-141 stsw. 6 rs 1800
Tho above houses ean be examined by per
mit from our ofllco only.
THOMAS J. FISHER & CO.,
1321 Fst.n. w.
IiOR RENT-TWO BRAND NEW SIX
: . room framo houses, high and dry loca
tion; near chnrchos and publlo school In
Unlontown. lnqulro of A. BEUHEND, 438 U
l'Olt RENT ROOMS.
Advertisements wvlsr this head, four lines ot
lest, 26 ctKts for ont Insertion; 60 ants for thrtt,
HANDSOME FURNISHED ROOMS. EN
suite or single, at tho Buckingham, 920
13th st n w. overlooking MoPhcrsou Squaro.
IT-OH RENT-TWO FURNISHED KOOMS,
? suitable lor gentlemen. No.908MstnWt
3-story and basement 10-roora brick
house; all modern improvements; situate
Second strcot, between O and I) so.
470 Prlco, $0,000.
2-story framehouse,wlthlarcolot; sltuato
on Sixth street, between JJ and O so.
877 Price, $3,000.
3-story brick house, containing 9 rooms
and bath; elzo of lot, 18x75; sltuato on U
408 Price, $0,000.
3-slory and hack building brick dwelling,
containing 10 rooms; all modern Improve
ments; situate on corner of Ninth and C
4SS , Trice, $3,000.
2-btory brick house, (t rooms and bath:
sltuato ou I, street, between North Capitol
and First streets nw.
403 Price, $3,550.
3-story brick house, containing 12 rooms:
all modern improvements; sltuato No. 024.
K street nw.
42S Price, $10,500.
3-story brick house, 10 rooms; size of lot,
25x125; sltuato No. 1483 N st. nw.
281 Trico, $10,000.
2-story and basement; -brick hotiso, 7
rooms and bath; sltuato on Now Ilampshlro
avenue, bet. Land II sts. nw.
400 Prico, $0,500.
8-story 0-room brick houso; sltuato on
Cleveland- ave., bet. 12th and 13th, V and
405 Price, $1,900.
2-story 0-room brick house, on Wallach
481 Price, $l,S00.
2-story 0-room brick house; sltuato on
442 Pilce, $5,100.
3-story brick houso, containing 11 rooms
nnd bath; and all modern improvements;
situate No. 1220 G st. n. w
450 Price, $15,000.
Improved property on the north sldo of
G St., wide front.
444 Price, $35,000.
A largo stable property In a desirable lo
cation; now under Icaso to good tenant,
paying 0 per cent.
317 Prico, $2S,000.
494 Framo .dwelling, Grant uve., Mount
Pleasant. Price, $7,000.
1 490 Four alley houses, containing 4
rooms; each rent for $15 nor month. Prlco,
4S9 8-room framo house, lot 20x75, on L
bt. sc. Price, $2,000.
497 2-story and cellar brick house, 9
rooms and bath; sltuato on Columbia
Heights. Price, $10,000.
Houses In Alexnudrla, Vn,
3-story brick dwelling, 13 rooms, with
ofllce annex: and largo side lots; sltuato on
cor. Duko and St. Asaph 6ts.; lot 78xS9.
3-story and back building dwelling, con
taining 12 rooms and bath; lot 70x00; sit
uate No. 014 Prince 6t.
402 Price, $0,500.
3-story and back building brick house,
containing 13 rooms; situate ou southeast
cor. Prince and Tatrlck sts.
452 Prlco, $3,500.
4-slory brick dwelling house, built in tho
most substantial manner, containing 20
rooms; slzo of lot 52x112,
301 Price, $0,500.
2-story and back building brick house,
containing 8 rooms, situate on Columbus
st near Prince.
483 Prico, $2,400.
408 3-story brick dwelling nouso, con
taining 10 rooms and all modern Improve
ments; large sldo yard; situate on cor.
Washington and Cameron sts., opposite
Old Christ Church, Alexandria, Va. This
Is the hebt situation in Alexandria. Price,
$8,000. Terms One-third cash, balance
one and two years.
Houses at Falls Church, Vu.
A new cottage, sltuato only 5 minutes'
walk from Falls Church stations, W. & O.
I!. It., Va., containing 0 rooms, bath, pan
try, and trunk room; size of lot, 110x150
feet. Price, $3,100. Terms easy.
ALSO A new cottage, sltuato only 5
minutes' walk from Falls Church station,
W. & O. H. It., Va., containing, parlor,
dining-room, kitchen, 4 bed-rooms, bath,
servants' room and attic. Price, $3,500.
Vuciiiit Groimil Korllieutt nml South
east. All of square 1094 25c
' 1092 25c
" South 1092 35c
Half of " 1111 23c
4 lots . " 10S0 30u
5 ' " 1095 30e
3 " " 1084 35c
1 ' " 1107. 20e
5 " 1072 &c
1 " 1027 37Jo
4 " " 1005 40c
1 " 1045 42c
1 " 1080 50o
1 ' " 103S 50b
3 " " 1020 50c
2 " " 1098 25c
11 " " 1057 00c
2 ' " 812 80c
10 " " 105U 40c
7 " " 1003 021c
Building Lots in nil sections of Iho, City,
Real Estate Broker,
1.101 1-.Street, Washington,
TJHOI 0SAL8 TOR OUADINH PENN-Vi
X vanla avenue rxtended -Oflh-o f i
Ccitnmlasloiicrs I), t'., Washington, 1).
April 8, 1RC0. He tiled prono'iilB will hiMe
culrrd nf this office until VI o'ljok m. t
FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1MI0, Tor grading and -m
ntructlng culverts on I'cnnHjlvftnU avenin
extended. Blank forms of propomls an I
incrlflratlor.s can bo obtained aHhWoffl i
upon Bpplbnlloii therefor, togrtliw wl"i a '
Itifnrmflttmi. nnrl hfilfl nil fh.
rftrmi only will bo consldorcd.
iiuoreu. Tiisric'n 11
ami nil ulctn. r W
rnmrvO(l tri rnlpot anr
iHimj.Anr, jj u. JUNK, II.
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CommlaMonors D. C.
Directory of Lawyers and Law Firms
tOBD stroot northwest,
Washington, D. r
Webster Law Building.
Residence, 1218 II street northwest.
EBB Si WEBB,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS.
400 Fifth Strcot,
WASIII.NBTON, D. O.
William 11. Webb.
Henry Randall Webb,
John Sidney Webb. fob27.dAS.lt
321 and 323 11 St., Chauncny Building, near
l.oulslnna avo.. Washington, D. U.
Practices In tho Courts of tho District and ot
Prince Ooorgo's County, Md. fc27-tl&S,tt
T EON TOI1HINEH,
322 Four-and-a-half street n.w.,nearClty Hall.
Washington. I). O. fo27-(Us.tt
472-178 Louisiana Avcnuici t
Q 1'. PIMLLirs. J. (5.ZACHRY.
O. F. D. McKENNEY.
PHILLIPS, ZACnilY A McKENNEY,
Attornoys nt Law,
Sun Building, F st
T ALTI1EUS JOHNSON,
408 Fifth Street.
1115 J'Ntrcvi. .Member of lVunhliit;im
Ntocli IlxcliaiiKe. All locnl nIoi-Um
hiiiI hovurlllcH linnclit uml milil.
MONEY TO LOAN.
C. HILL, REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.
Hal-rains In all parts of tho cltv. Llfo
and FIro Insurance. Corner 8th and F st.l
n w, Lo Droit Building.
TITONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE OK
ill. first-class securities at lowest rates o
intoreBt. No dolay whoro socurlty Is good.
O. C. GREEN,
MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD SECURITY.
TITLE CO., 470 La avo.
IN ALL SUMS,
TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY,
AT 5 AND 0 PER CENT.
M. M. TARKEK,
1418 F St.
INSTALLMENT LOANS-WE ARE Au
thorized by the United Socurltv Llfo In
surance and Trust Company of Philadelphia
to advance monoy on improved property la
Washington up to 75 per cont. of actual mar
ket value, with or without llfo Insurance.
Loans payablo In monthly or quarterly In
stallments, running 5, 10, 15 or 20 years. In,
many Instances tbo payments are less than
tho rental ol a houso. F. U. SMITO & SON.
1222 F st n w.
MONEY TO LOAN
In sums to suit
On Approved Real Estate security.
B. H. WARNER CO..
01(1 F of. n. w.
OVER A MILLION DISTRIBUTED.
L.8.. o. L..
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY CO.
Incorporated by tho Legislature for educa
tional and charitable purposes, and Its fran
chise mado a part of tho present State Con
stitution, In 1679, by an ovEKWUELsma rorn-
Us GRAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAW
INGS tako place semi-annually (June and
December), and Its GRAND SINGLE NUM
BER DRAWINGS take placo In each of tho
other ton months In the year, nnd arO all
drawn In publlo, at tbo Academy of Muslo,
Now Orleans, La.
"Wo do hereby certify that wo supervise
the arrangements for all tho Monthly and
Semi-Annual Drawings of tho Louisiana Statu
Lottery Co., and In person roanago and con
trol tho drawings themselves, and that tba
samo aro conducted with honesty, fairness
and In good faith toward all parties, and wo
authorize tho Company to use thlscertlHcato,
with fac-slmllos of our signatures attached,
in its advertisements."
Wo Iho undersigned Banks and Bankers'
will pay all prizes drawn In; tbo Louisiana
Stato Lotteries which may be presented at
K. m. WAl.MSr.EV, Tres. La. Nat. Bank.
l'. LANAUX, Tree. Stato Nat. Bank.
A. HALDWIN, Pres. N. O. Nat. Bank.
CAM. KOUN, rres. Union Nat. Bank.
GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING will take
placo at tho Academy of Muslo, New Or
leans, TUESDAY, MAY 13, 1690,
PAPITAI. PR17.R . .
lilllWlU 1 111UU vuuviu
100.COO Tickets at Twenty Dollars: Halves,
J 10; Quarters, $5; Tenths, $2;
LIST OF PHIZES.
1 PRIZE OF 5300,000 Is $500,000
1 PRIZE OF 100,0001s 1OT.O0O
lriilZKOF 60,0001s 50,000
1 PRIZE OF 25.C00IS 25,000
3 PRIZES OF lO.OOOaro 20,000
5 PHIZES OF 5,000 aro 25,0011
25ntIZBSOF l.COOaro 25,000
100PHIZKSOF 6C0are 50,000
200PRIZESOF 300aro C0,000
5C0PH1ZESOF 200aro 100,000
lOOPrlzesot S600aro 60.COO
lOOPrlzosof SCOare so.ooo
lOOPrizosof 200arq 20.000
999 rrlzcs of 5100 are 00,90a
990rrlzcsof lOOaro 99,90a
aTsiTrlzos, amounting to $1,051,800
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE.
USTon Clcd Kates or any further infor
matlon desired wrlto legibly to tbo nnder
signed, cloarly stating your residence, with
Stato, County, Strcot and Number. Moro
rapid return mall delivery will bo assured bv
your Inoloslng an envelope boarlug your full
AH ordinary letters containing Postal
Notes, Money Orders Issued by all Expre
Companies or New York Eiehango.
Now Orleans, La
Address Registered Lettors oontalnliu- rur
Hew Orleans National Bank.
New Orleans, I a
"REMEMBER Itut tho payment of Trt. .
Is GUARANTEED BY FOUR NATION b
BANKS of NewOrleaus, and tbo tlokets nro
slguod by tho prooident of an Institution
whoso chartered rights aro recognized In t do
lilghoat court;thueforo, beware of all iraiu
tlousoi nuonymoiiH schemes "
ONE DOLLAR Is tho prlco of tho smallest
part or fraction of a Hotel ISSUED BY Us in
any drawing. Anything In our name offered
for less than a Dollar Is a swindle.