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THE WASHINGTON OKITTO, FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 25, 18U0.
A CMKOTJIAN IN TnOUIlLE.
Serious ClmrRo Airalnst Hie Itnv. J.
Henry Lcesav. "
CAitLiM.K, Pa., April 2.-. Tho most
disgraceful scandal Unit ovor excited
tlic people of York came to the surface
when it was noised abroad that tho
llcv. ,T. Henry Lec3or, a prominent
Lutheran divine of York, bad been
caught in tho meshes of tho law tipon
the charges of adultery and outrnrjoouj
assault. Tho hich standing of tho
minister heretororo led many to boliuvo
there was no truth in tho story. But
this idea was soon dispelled when it
was shown beyond a doubt that a crimi
nal Information had been made before
AUlciman Bayloy, and that, tho rev
eicnd gentleman bad been arrested and
given ball to appear and answer.
The alleged facts in tbocasoaro these
Sui Minnie Itecscr of Manchester town
Miip, York Countv, who is tho victim
f'f tho minister's alleged wrong-doing,
bad been Islting In York County,
llcv. Lceser's wife bolng absent at the
time, ho requested Jliss llcescr to como
to his house and remain thcro during
the day and night, as ho Intonded to
make a visit to some of his parishioners
in tho county.
As tho vo'iine lady was a member of
his church, nnd very intlmatowlth him
and his family, sho accepted tho Invi
tation without a thought of wrong.
After being In tho houso some time,
and finding that the minister did hot
fcbow any disposition to stnrt on his in
tended journoy, SHss Ilccser asked him
why ho did not go on his contemplated
visit. Ills leply was that as tho roads
were In a bad condition ho believed ho
would postpone tho journey.
Soon after this ho began to make im
proper advances toward the lady, which
sbo indignantly resented, and retired to
her room. Thcro was no fastening to
tho door, and sho was much perturbed
thereat. Karly In tho morning Looser
entered her room, nnd, it is alleged,
committed tho crime with which ho
After this, it is further alleged, ho
made her swear not to reveal tho act to
any one. She being a consistent mem
ber of church, however, and In view of
an approaching communion service in
which sho was to tako part, her con
science would not let her conceal It
longer, and-shc acquainted her father
Tilth the story.
Miss Minnlo Rcpscr, tho, alleged vic
tim, is a very comely and 'finely devel
oped person nbout 21 years old, with
good family connections.
After bis arrest it Is said that Leeser
went to the prosecutor's houso and of
fered to glvo that gentleman $100 to
settle the case, but this was" refused.
Tho members of Lceser's congregation
have notified the president of the West
Pennsylvania Synod that it would no
longer allow Looser to preach in the
TACKLUI THE WltOXG MAN.
An i:ievntccl lCullrond Guard Insults
the Collector of Now York.
Fiom the Xiw York Sun.
Sometimes the guards on tho elevated
loads get hold of the wrong customer.
Three months ago Collector Erhardt
was n passenger on the Third Avcnuo
Line. The car was comfortably full
ond the Collector found a scat next to
tho door. Tho train rushed ahead,
and, as a galo was coming In throuah
the open door, the Collector closed it.
The guard Instantly slammed It opeu
and viciously looked at tho man who is
known as tho American lMsmurck.
In a minute or so the Collector closed
the door again. In a jiffy tho guard
banged it open again, and thrusting his
face at tho Collector, ho glared and
shouted: "Sav, old feller, donteher
shut that door'ngaln." "But I'm cold,"
quietly responded tho Collector. The
guaid didn't mind a little thing like
that. In a minute or two the Collector
closed the door ngain, and again was it
banged open. Tho guard then threat
ened to pitch tho Collector off. All this
time Collector Erhardt was very quiet.
This circus was repeated seven times
until tho train reached Forty-second
As the Collector stepped on to the
station platform ho turned and said:
"My friend, have you a family?" This
was said In solicitous tones, and for a
jeply the guard fired back, directing his
questioner to no to a hot place nmLilnd
out. Tho circumstance was reported
to Colonel Ilain. Ho said he would
discharge the guard If he could bo
found. As the guard had refused his
namo to the Collector, this yiaa rather
difficult. For three months the guard
knew of the hunt and sent substitutes,
found among his lay acquaintances,
down to tho Collector with, the question:
"Am I the man?" Tho Collector was
not deceived by this subterfuge, and
he told his - last caller that the
real oilender might as well show up, as
he would find him If It took a dozen
years. This brought the guard down
to the Custom House. Tile Collector
was there, surrounded by o'Helals and
Influential citizens. "When ho got
time to see tho cuard he walked over
to him and said: "The la t time I saw
"you, my friend, I asked yi,u if you had
n family. Tho reply was not altogether
satisfactory to me. Will you answer
tho question now? Tho guard frankly
said he had done wrong, and that he
had a family. "That's "enough," re
plied the Collector, "Go back to your
placo and remember them better than
j ou have."
An Improlmble Humor,
Xtio York 7 lines.
It is reported from Washington that
thcro Is Is a "coolness" between Mr.
Harrison and Mr. Quay and that the
former is restless, not so much under
the shameful dictation of tho latter as
under tho vulgar way in which ho
parades it. Wo should like to credit
tho report, because wo do not sec how
Mr. Harrison could very well get a worso
"boss" than Quay, even If ho under
took to run himself. Ho is not nearly
fo capable and though his piety helps
him in some directions it hinders him In
others where Quay is quite at home.
Hut we are nfrald that thcro Is no truth
in the story. It must bo disagrcoablo
to an officer of tho church, who Is also
President of tho United Stntos, to bo
ordered aiound by a half-Intoxicated
Pennsylvania politician, but Mr. Harri
son la not the man to piotest against such
onuoyauccs so long as ho pan seo any
thing to bo mado fiom tho inau who in
lllcts them. If ho had been, Quay
would have been turned off long ago.
.Shu Doesn't Get I,eft.
Fiom the Augutta Journal,
Thcio is one boarding-houso mistress
In Maine who is not in tho habit of
getting left. When some of the board
ers bcmui to brace their constitutions
against thu oucrvatlng spring weather
with tonles sho posted this notice: "All
boaiders who build up their appetites
iiitlllflally will be charged 20 per cont.
A Nlrlka lliided.
liiitAuo, Apiil 21 Tho strlko of
tho North Side bookmakers Is
about at an end. Tho men who
went out on a demand that tho manu
facture of 7,000 bricks shall consti
tute a day's work have practically
won the light. Yesterday afternoon
many of tho yards resumed work, the
proprietors conceding tho demands of
jui:in iinsy mnnhr,
Tho Way tlio Orent ElUabeth Wan
Served nt Table,
"While the Queen was at prayers In
tho antcchnpel a gentleman entered tho
room having a rod, and along with him
another who had a tablecloth, which,
after they hail both knelt threo tlmos
with tho utmost veneration, ho spread
upon the table, and, nfter kneeling
again, they both retired. Then camo
two others, ono with tho rod again, tho
Other with n saltcellar, plate and bread.
When they had knell as tho others had
dono and, placed what was brought upon
tho table,, they also retired with the
samo ceremony performed by tho first.
At last camo an unmarried lady, who
wo were told was a countess, nntl along
with her a married one beating a tasting
knife; tho former was dicsscd In while
silk, who, when she bed prostrated her
self thico times In tno most graceful
manner, approached the tablo and
rubbed ihfi plates with bread and salt
with rts much awe as If tho CJucen had
When they lul walled there a llttlo
while tho yeomen of tho guard entered
bareheaded, clothed In scarlet, with a
golden rose upon their backs, bringing
in at each turn a course of twenty-four
dishes served In plate, most of It gilt.
These dishes wero received by a gentle
man In the same order they wero brought
and placed upon tho tabic, whllo tho
lady taster gave to each of the guard a
mouthful to eat of tho particular dish he
had brought for fear of any poison.
During tho time that this guard
(which consists of tho tallest and stout
est men that can be found In all Eng
land, being carcfullv selected for tho
purpose) wero bilnglng dinner twelvo
trumpets and two kettledrums made
the liall ring for half an hour together.
At tho end of nil this ceremonial a
number of unmarried ladles appeared,
who, with particular solemnity, lifted
tho meat off the table and convoyed It
Into the Queen's Inner and moroprtvato
chamber, where, after she had chosen
for herself, the lest went to tho ladles
of the court. The Queen dined , and
supped alone, with very few attendants,
and it was very seldom that anybody;
foreigner or native, was admitted at
that time, and then ouly at tho inter
cession of somebody in power.
some iistin(;uisui: jiun.
Their J'crsonul Appearance nnd Their
."Modes or I,lfu.
Charles Louis Freyclnet, who has
just become Prime Minister of Franco
for tho fourth time, isa turtlvc-faced,
insignillcaut-looking little man of en
thusiastic manner. He is 02. He is also
tho clever husband of an ambitious
wife. He has perpetrated several works
on mechanics and political economy,
nnd bis Intimates call htm the "White
Professor John Tyndull, tho famous
scientist, has a sparse, gray beard, but
shaves his upper lip. lie Is a cautan
keious controversialist, who doc3 not
care always to bo polite, but lives in a
comfortably contrived house, walled
off fiom tho public gaze by ungainly
fences tho height of the bouse, con
structed by himself of scaffolding poles
covered wnn wattles ana ucaa iieatu.
He docs not believe in miracles, knows
moio about the glaciers of Switzerland
than any half-dozen other men put
together, and is married to a duke's
niece, who is young enough to be his
daughter. lie is an Iiishman by birth,
and his ycais are 71. '
Edmund Clarenco Stedman, the poet
banker, wears a full bcaid, has a rare
collection of autograph letters, and gives
Sunday evening receptions to which tho
elite oi tne literary world ueligut to re
sort. He is a nimble-footed, bright-eyed
man of kindly manner, and divides his
time about equally between literaturo
and banking. Ho can talk of books and
authors at length without being fatigu
ing, and brings tho double acumen of a
Student nnd a man of business to bear
upon his analysis; but the idea never
occurs to him of talking on any subject
on which ho is not thoroughly posted;
nnd when ho ouotes anything, which Is
frequently, ho does not quote something
elso by mistake. His reading imper
ceptibly leaks out in his conversation,
for ho has a great memory, and ho is
one of tho most accurate men that ever
capped a story. Ho is also 57.
Not Square Deal,
from the Detiott Sunday .Sun.
Another American girl has found a
princeling in Europe, and is about to
buy it. The American girl is from De
troit, and is our own Miss Wnrd, daugh
ter of tho late Capt. L B. Ward. Sho
has an income of $1."0,000 a yeav, and
Prince do Benyon Caramau of Franco
has signified his willingness to ex
change his title for her" wealth. Miss
Ward is 17 years old, and, of course,
beautiful. Tills Is the worst of it. If
those titled Europeans were compelled
now and then to accept a girl with an
earthquake face In order to get tho
needful fortune there would bo some
thing like poetic justice In It. But they
not only capturo tho biggest of the
American foi tunes; they corral tho
prettiest young ciils In tho laud also.
It doesn't look like n square deal at all
to the boys here at home.
Ail'ectlne; the Weather,
In an Interview In tho New York
Tribune Dr. Depew gives an account of
wenther influences in tho South, as fol
lows: We got to another place about 11
o'clock at night, and they becan yell
ing "Depew." I went out on the plat
form and they wero yery polite. They
said: "Hope you're better, sahl" Said
I: "How do you like Republicans down
in this country?" "Well, sah," said
the spokesman, "your Alco-President
was down here last week. He brought
the only snow-storm wo havu had hero
in twenty-five years, sah. Tho wlfo of
your President and his son camo along
two days afterward, and brought a frost,
sah, which nipped every bud and do
stioved all tho fiuit in tho South."
Said I: "What do yem think of my
visit?" "Well," said he. "so far tho
weather has been Impioving."
Tho poet of a Salvation Army bar
racks, In London, having tho hymn
"By the ltlvcrs of Babylon,-" which ho
wished to "biing down to tho people's
level," re-wrotu thu following version:
lly tho waters of lialicl wo sot oursells
Wo eot our8ells down for to eroyj
And as for our "arps they wero wrlntng 'o
8o wo 'img 'cm on trees for to droy.
An' them as had tupt us, tliey lirsod US' to
Tlio sougs of our country, so iloari
How tho deuco can wo slug the Lord's
songs, says we,
In u blooming nun placo llko this 'ere!1
Can anadmlu'lstinllon which kneels
to him maintain before tho people tho
sluceiity of Us professions of piety and
of its highest devotion to the honest ad
ministration of tho Government by con
tluuing In the same practice? If Mr.
Quay is not hint by a refusal to deny
lliu charges, ami u my. Harrison con
tinues to stand by him, there will bo
some reason for believing with Mr. In
galls that the purllicatlou of politico Is
im Iridescent dream,
They Were Much Larger Than the
From the Shoe and Leather Reporter,
A noli ceablo thing about tho statues
found In oiir museums of art, supposed
to represent tho perfect figures of an
cient men and women, Is the apparently
dlsproporlionato sjzo of their foot. Wo
moderns aro apt to pronounce them too
large, particularly thoso of tho females.
It will bo found, however, that for sym
metrical perfection tbeso feet could not
bo belter. A Greek sculptor would not
think of such a thing as putting a nino
Inch foot on a flvo and one-half foot
wo.man, Their types for theso classical
marble figures wero taken from the
most perfect forms of living persons.
Unquestionably tho human foot, as
represented by theso old sculptors, was
larger than tho modern ono, and, In
fact, tho prlmltlvo fpot of all peoplo of
whom we have any record, either in
piintlng or Statuary, was considerably
larger than the restricted foot of mod
em limes. Tho masculine foot, form
ing an approximate avcrago of four
dllleicnt countilcs, was about twelve
inches long. This would require nt
least a No. 12 or 12J shoo to cover It
Tho nverogo masculine foot to-day Is
easily lilted with a No. 8 shoo, and Is,
theieforc, not above ten and seven-sixteenths
of an Inch. Now, by tho old
sculptural rule of proportion, a man flvo
feet nino inches iu height should havo a
foot eleven and onc-nalf Inches long,
or one-sixth his height. It was of no
great consequence what sizo sandal ho
wore, but ho would havo required a
modem shoe of at least a No. 10 for a
minimum fit ornNo. 11 for real com
fort. For wqmen, nllowing for tho differ
crenco in tho relatlvo sizo of tho two
sexes, which was about the jsamo then
as now, a woman of 0 feet 3 inches in
height would havo had a foot 10 Inches
long, requiring a moderate shoo it
ought to bo spoken only In a whisper
No. 0 as the most comfortable for that
foot or a No. 5 as tho limit of torture.
The reason for the difference between
the old classical foot and the modern
ono Is obvious. Restriction is what
has done It.
In colli ns a Trimmor,
From the Omaha flee.
Tho return of Senntor Ingalls to Kan
sas gives a peculiar significance to
his utterances in a recent Interview.
"Occasional surrender of individual
judgmet to public opinion," says tho
Senator. " is nnidcnt. and rosnectful
deference to widespread error Is now
and then expedient. It Is nlways well
to'kcop the pole star In view, but when
the wind Is dead ahead thosklllful navi
gator will either tack or drop anchor."
Evidently the senatorial seas of Kansas
arc agitated by a disturbing clement,
and tho cross winds set In motion will
tax the skill of tho navigator to success
fully weather the galo. Mr. Ingalls is
not tho kind of man to "drop anchor"
at this stage of the contest. On the con
trary, he will keep tho souatorial polo
star in view, tack to suit the prevailing
current and "surrender Individual judg
ment to public opinion." But a man
convinced against his will i of the saino
The Census Inquisition,
From Texas Slftlnni.
riescntly the census taker will bo
around, book and pencil in hand, and
conversation llko the following will bo
Census Taker Havo you children?
Woman' Yes; a son.
Census Taker Male or female?
Census Taker Age?
Woman Two yenrs and a half.
Census Taker Married or single?
Census Taker (closine: book) That's
all light. Thanks.
Do not tail to visit the great creditors'
sale of clothing; now going on at 931 Sev
enth street northwest. It will pay you to
do so to get your spring clothing, as every
thing Is sold at less than half what It cost
to manufacture It. This Is no fake sale,
hut a legitimate salo of clothing, and every
dollar of It must bo sold to satisfy its cred
itors. Como one, como all, to this Bale, and
be convinced that what we 6ay Is 60. Re
member, No. 024 Seventh street northwest,
between I street and New York avenue,
ltcd signs nt tho door.
llongh on Cigarette.
From the I'atit Herald'.
A nation Is known by tho tobacco It
smokes. England nnd Germany smoke
pipes, and they aro the two most power
ful nations In Europe Franco smoked
bad clgais under the Second Empire,
with the natural result of Sedan; whllo
we all know how tho decadence of
Spain and Portugal has kept pace with
the spieud of cigarette smoking.
Tnr.iiE never was a perfect llulnicnt
offered lot ho public till Salvation Oil was
Ola Dull, tho famed violinist, was not
related to Dr. Bull, tho Cough Syrup
Philosopher they dub lilni. Why?
- lie Is ouu, I suppose;
lie never seems to llluch when I
Step on some other's toes.
'"Vc s0ml:tlrncs nods, however, Iu
Ills Btola ways and scorn;
I've hardly eerseen him grin
When 1'vq trod ou his corn.
A Frcuch paper thus refers to a recent
murder: "The miscreant was evidently In
search of money, hut M. Dtiraud had pru
dently deposited all his cash In tho hank,
and consequently lost ouly his life."
MCELROY'S ART STORE,
HlOil rlillsluillu A in. x vv.
On Ing to the continued dull season, and
having a larco lot of plvturo on hand, I ofTer
to my customers and the publlo a Hue collec
tion of Water Colors, Ktehlngs, Knffravlncs
nnd I'hotoi;ravuros, nnd to thoso purolmsliu
fiom stock 1 will muko a special discount of
20 Per Cent.
Etchings by Thomas Moran, Hale, Rltnhit;
, ton, I'arrlsli, rotor Moran, Sohlocht, Seuat,
Mereier, winsiow, iioincr, aiiuouiurt.
Water Colors bylUx.Webor, Lowls, Chaf
fee, thinner, Harlow and llolaud Smith.
Mint Florentine Gold Fiauios, Imported and
my own make, ull tho latest stylo of cold,
white and gold, old ivoiy nnd hardwood
frames oak, oliorry, maple and syodtnoro.
Also the I'loi enco leaf, or metal moulding,
very hand somo and durable. Thoso wishing
a handsomu frame at n moderate cost should
try theso now mouldings.
OOLD MEDAI,, TAR1B, 1878.
AV. BAKI2R & CO.'S
Is abaolutelff pur anil
if is soiuute.
uut In its prqu ration. It hai
i thin (Arc (( ( iht ttrtngt vf
nod uilxfilMirh Man !i. Arrowroot
i r Mir, siid U therefore fur more
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u tvp. It t klU.lou, mmrUhlnf,
itrnigthciiiiT, i:6H.Y Pit. 16 1 IP,
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u U1 tor ittrwiii In hfildu
Sojil by (Irycoiri -myuht if.
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.Hyi l vMtif
Cnn the Drug o Used Whan Ui Vic
tim Is Asleep,
From the Sjectator
Tho statement that when a handker
chief 1h thrown over a man's head ho
immediately goes into a trance is Inter
esting nnd raises a curious point. Thcro
aro many lawyers who nro wont to de
clare that tho evldenco Riven from tlmo
to timo at criminal trials leaves no
doubt that thero exists somo dniff
Vf hich, when spread upon n cloth nnd
placed over tho nose and mouth, Immo
tlelatcly produces unconsciousness. On
tho olhcr hand, chemists assert that the
thing is nn impossibility, nnd that no
such compound has over been discov
ered. Chloroform and tho olhcr recognized
ana'Sthctics rcqulro at least threo dis
tinct Inhalations to produce tho loss of
sensation. To rcconcllo this conflict of
testimony seems impossible, unless, In
deed, wo adopt tho sensational theory
that some camorra among tho criminal
classes Is In possession of a trado secret
ns yet unknown to science. Probably,
however, this notion is too fantastic,
and we should rather inclino to tho
supposition that tho immediate loss of
consciousness is duo to something com
parablo to lncsmciic action.
Dr. Charcot tells us that ono of tho
ways of Instantaneously iuducing tho
mesmeric sleep Is to produco a violent
sensation of surprise In tho patient by
the shock of a sudden noiso or tho Hash
ing of a bright light. Is it not possible
that ft totally unexpected attack, as in
tho case quoted, mesmerizes tho victim
for tho moment, and that then tho
chloroform on the handkerchief begins
to produco a slower form of stupofac
tion? The matter Is ono which Dr.
Charcot, who pays special attention to
hypnotism in its relation to forensic
medicine, might think woith ins'cstlga-ting.
Nervous, Bilious or Congestive Forms,
L. H. BltOWN, M. D.,
Elizabeth, N. J., Juno S3, 1SS9.
Tills is to certify that I havo used for somo
months with much satisfaction, tho combina
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Brlggs Headache Troches. Tho remedy
cures more headaches, especially such as af
fect Nervous Womon, than anything lam
acquainted with, and it this ccrtlflcato will
bo tho means of bringing It to tho favorablo
attention 'of sufferers from that troublo, I
shall f col that I havo dono them a service.
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TS n Mood disease Until tlic poison la
expelled from t' " system, tlicro can
1)0 no euro for ti loathsome and
dangerous malady, 'i tu lrfore, the only
f llccllvo ticatmcnt U a iliorotijih coitrso
of Ayer's Sni-sapnrlllii the best of all
Mood pnrillers. Tho sooner you begin
the hotter 1 delay Is dangerous.
"I was troubled with catarrh for over
two years. I tried various remedies,
and was treated by a number of physi
cians, but received no bcneilt until I
hcRan to tako Ayer's Sarsaparllla. A.
few bottles of tills mcdlclno cured 1110 of
this troublcsomo complaint nnd com
pletely restored my health." Jesso M.
Hoggs, llolman's Mills, If. O.
"When Ayer's Sarsaparllla was ice
ommeiuled to mo for catarrh, I wns in
clined to doubt its cfllcncy, Having
tried so many remedies, with llttlo ben
efit, I had no faith that anything would
euro inc. I becamo emaciated from loss
of nppctito ami linpahcd digestion. I
had nearly lost the sense of smell, ami
my system wns badly deranged. I was
about discouraged, when a friend urged
mo to try Ayer's Sarsaparllla, and re
ferred mo to persons whom it had cured
of catarrh. After taking half a dozen
bottles of this medicine, 1 nm convinced
that tho only sure way of treating thU
obstinate discaso Is through tho blood."
Charles II. Jlaloney, 113 IStvcr st.,
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Price $l; tls lollies, ib. Worth $5 a Cottle.
THE TRAVELER'S GUIDE.
Arrival of Knllrond Truing In Wash
ington. Anlvnls nt II. nnd 1'. Station,
From Boston 10:43 a. m. dally.
From Now York and Philadelphia 4:10, 8.00,
10.4.1 a. m., 1.43, 2.15, 3.10. 8.40 (limitod) 0.25.
and lO.a-i r. m. daily. 1.42, 8.15, and 8.30
p.m. dally except Sunday.
From DnltlmoroUO, G.S0, 8.00, 8.45, 10,45
a.m., S.15, 2.25, 3.10, 5.55,0 60, 8,80, 8. 10, 9.25,
and 10.35 p. m. dally. At 8 33, 0.55, 11.10 a.
m., 1.42, 3.50, 0. 40, 8.15, p.m. dally except
From Annapolis 8.00, 0,53 a. m., 1.42, 5.55, 8.30
p. m. On Sundays, 5.55 p. m.
From Klajrara Falls, Buffalo, Elmlra and liar-
risburg Daily 8.45 a. m. and 5.55 p. m. dally
From Pope's Creek Line 8.35 a m and 5.5
p m, daily, oxecpt Sunday.
From Richmond and the South 11.24 a m
10.50 nnd ll.OO.p m dally, fl.30.pm, dally, ox
From Chicago nnd Pittsburg 0.30, 8.45 am,
2.23, 5.55, 8.15 p m. All daily,
rrom St. Louis 0.30 a m and 2.25 p m, dally.
From Aloxnndrla-0.53, 8.30, 0.30,10.45,11.21,
a m. 2.50, 5.30, 0.30, 7.10, 7.25, 0.40, 10-40,
10.50, 11 .CO p m daily. At 0.25. 7.23, 8.20,
10.23, 10.35 a m, 1.40, 3.00, 3.20, 10.40. 11.23 p
m. daily, except Sunday, On Sunday only
at 2.20 pm.
I'rom Cincinnati, Loulsvlllo and St. Louis,
via Chosapcako and Ohio route 8.30 a. m.
dally; from Cincinnati and St. Louis ("F.
F. V, Special") at 2.50 p. ra. dally.
Local train on C. and O. from Virginia
Springs 7.13 p. m. except Sunday.
From Old Point Comfort, Newport News and
Norfolk 3.33 and 10.50 p.m. daily.
From Now Orleans, Montgomery, Birming
ham, Atlanta, Italelgli, Lynchburg C.53 a.
m. mm v. ju p. m. uauy.
From Memphis. New Orleans. Montgomery,
Nashville, Bristol and Lynchburg 10.15 a.
m . and 10.40 p. m. dally.
From Charlottosvllle and WaySrJS p. m.
From Jtanasas, Strasburg and Way 10.23 a.
m. and 10.45 p. m. dally except Sunday.
From Lcesbure, Round Hill anil Points on W.
& O. R. R-8.30 a. m. daily, 3 p. m. dally,
Arrlvnls nt It, nnd (). Station.
From Now TorK 8.4U a. m., 2.40, 8.00,9.20,
ii.vu p. m. uauy, a p. m. uuuy, oxcept
From PhlladelphIa-8.40, 11.15a. m., 2.10, '8,00,
0.20, 11.20 p. m. dally; 5.00 p. m. dally ex
From Baltimore 8.05. 8.40, 9.55, 10.20, 11.03 n.
in., 12.45,2.40.3.00, 5.20, 0.30, 7.45,8.00,8.30,
0.20, 11.10, 11.20, 12.15, dally, 0.30, 7.30, 8.30,
8.60, a.m., 1.(0, 4.30, 5.00, 7.03, p. in. daily
except Sunday. On Sunday only at 2.20
rrom ChicaSo and Columbus 11.43 a. m and
4.05 p. m. dally.
From Cincinnati, St. LouU and Loulsvlllo
3.60 a. m. and 2 p. m. dally.
From Pittsburg and Cleveland 7.10 a. m and
G.50 p. m. dally.
Fiom l)cer Park and Oakland 3.50, 11.45 a.
in. and 4.05 p. in. dally.
From Lexington, Winchester and Virginia
Valley 9.30a. m. and 3 p. m. daily, except
From Frederick 8.25 a. m. daily, 1.50, 3, 0.50,
7.30 n. m. dally, oxcept Sunday.
From Hauerstown 8.25 a. m. daily, 9.30 a. m.
and 1.50 and G.50 p. m. dally, except Sun
day. From Washington Junction and Way 3.43,
7.10, 8.25, 11.45 n. m l.W, 3, 4.05. 0.50 p. m.
dally; 9.30 a. in. and 7.30 p. m. daily, oxcept
From Boyd's and Way 8.25, 9 30 a.m., 3,
0.60 p. m. daily; 8.20 a. m. and 7.30 p. m.
daily, except Sunday.
From Uoltliersburg and Way 7.10, 8.25 a. m.,
3, G.50, 10.23 p. ra. dally; 7.20, 8 20, 0.30, 11 .20
a. in., 4, 7.30 p. m. dally, except Sunday. Ou
Sunday only, 10.25a. m. and 8 11. m.
From Annapolis 10.20 a. ro. dally; 8.30 a. ra.
and 1.50, 5.20, 7.45 p. m. dally, except Sun
day. On Sunday only at 0.30 p.m.
FOIl SALE AND KENT.
T5EAL ESTATE BULLETIN
THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN, 917 F street.
Changes made Wednesdays and Saturdays.
2-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR
C38B8ts w.bh, 18 rs $22,000
GlGtoG30Md avo s w, b h. 4 rs 18,000
1015 E Cap st, bli.Ors 8,000
1114 and 1110 Cth st s w, b h, 7 rs, and 1
f Incur 0.000
400 and 408 11th stsw, bh, Urs 5,000
239 13 Mt s w. I) h, 8 rs 5,000
1247 and 1249 MadNon st n w, f li, 4 rs,
and2bii rear 4.S00
831 to83522d ktn w. bh, 9rs 4,500
Alley bet Cth and 7th, L and M sts n w,
fh,4 rs.., 3.500
GOI.stnw, b h. 7rs 3.&C0
3408 Nstn w, bh.rtx 3.300
404 nnd I0OS Capitol st w, f h.Grs.... 3,000
6l.MHhhtHe.bJ1, 8 rs 2,000
09 and Sll I st sc.f li.Srs '-'.MO
733 Sit st nw,bh,6rs 2.000
13 Myrtle st 11 e,bh,7rs 2.000
112 K stne.f h.U rs 1,800
4481 sts w.bli.S rs 1,800
12 Capitol alloys w.bh, Ors 1,430
SOU alley bet G and II, 5th and 10th h w,
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
K st, bet 10th and 17th sts n w $4 50
Pa ave. bet Cth and 7th sts so 2 00
loth st.betM and Nstsn w 1 75
24th st, bet Land Msts n w 1 50
list, bet 3d and -4tli (ta so 1 25
19th st, bet K and F st n w 125
Duubarlon avo and Beall st, 30th and 31st
sts 11 w 1 23
131 st, bet Canal and C sts n w 1 00
Mass avo. bet Del ave and Iststn 0 1 00
O st, hot 1st and 3d sts n W 85
HOUSES FOR RENT.
Tfio "Maltby," N, J. ave and 11 st H w.,
20271 stn W.22 rs $100 00
715 oth st n w, 13 rs 100 00
80521'stnw, 13 rs, fur to 00
1120 12th stn w,13rs 75 00
60Ostnw, 12rs G3 00
232 N .1 uvo n w, 9 rs 50 00
noi2lststuw,12rs., ,.... 40 00
lllOTst n w,7rs, 33 00
120511thstnw.7rs....v 43 00
Upper pait 1108 Pst n w, 7 rs. ....... 3000
1152 22dtnw, Ors 2500
925Uhttl W.7IS 20 59
122lIlstnu.Grs 20 00
1l20Btne.7 rs 20 00
S27 utb st n 0, ti rs, poss. May 1 18 oa
38 Defreesbtnw.Trs 13 39
314 Jackson Hall alloy. 4 rs 15 00
92(1 alley bet 9th and lOlli, E ami F
stsnw 12 30
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Sato as U. S. bouds; 5 per cent,, payable
quarterly; In sums of $1,000.
In sums to suit at 0 per cent.
The above is only a portion of tho property
on my books. For full list call at ofllco for
bulletin. Issued nn tho 1st and 15th.
COUXTKV ItllA L ESTATE.
I7OU SALK-AUOUT u'aCUEH ON 31) hf
J 11 0 oxtended, ou tho lino of tho Eeklus
tun and Soldiers' Homo Hallway, being a pint
ot tho etato of the lato Chief Justice Cli.nc,
now called "Edgowood;" a good opportunity
for Investors. For pirtloulars, price, oto.,
inqulloofCHAPIN BROWN, 3A1 4 st n w.
MRS. RINKS-"TIIE ELSMEUK"-140S II
st n W; now plumbing, new furniture;
20 additional rooms; personal attention to tho
table; location ccnttal, noar tho Arlington
and Wormley's. fu27 90
KJ5T' WOODI.EY INN,
-ly Formerly Washington Inn,
Will own about MAY 1. 1MX). for dailv and
monthly boarders; nino for tho convenience
of thoiowhoaro diirlng. . :x:
Luncheon and suppers served on a mo
rn rut notice.
DrUIng parties ranst positively havo cards
of admission. Apply to
JAMES It. KF.ENAN,
KEf ROCHDALE CO OP. SOCIETY OF THE
K' DIST.OFCOL. . ,
Members of tills socloty aro Informed that
the new Trade Cards (and Lists), Improved
and extended, aro now ready for Issito.
Mcmbcts will roturn tho old tureen) card,
Willi tholr address written across tlio faco,
to any of thoso named below and obtalntbo
new on payment of the proper fco, Thore
DoniKovcr i.iiuumrmucrswnn snouiuoutniu
tho now caid bofnro Apiil 30tli Instant
promptness is od Isablo, The old card Is of
no benefit after April 30.
J.W. HARIIIA. Secretary.
0C5 II st, Cash Itoom, Treasury Hopt, and
at 705 15th st, at noon nnd nt I o'clock p.m.
A.T. Longloy.prost.eoc A st n 0, Agr'I Dept.
Smith Thompson, V. P., 1829 1' n w, A. O.
O., War Dopt.
L. Vnndcrhocf, 931 French st, Bureau of
li, v, lawcett, cos Mass avo no, iitiAno.
J E. McCahc, 223d st n c, P. O. Dept.
II. W. Smith, 710 II st s w, l. M. O. O.
L. F. Hunt, 1310 H st n w, Cth And. Office.
L. li. Gtldley, 700 L st u w,R?B. Ofllco
John Morrison. 415 R st n w, Pen. Ofllco.
Dr. Jos Jouy. 2218 Pa avo n w, 8. 0. 0.
John Finn, 618 23d st n w, A. u. O.
O. II. Bnyor, Surgeon General's Ofllco.
Edward Saxton, 22311st n 0, Oovt. Print
J. C. Brown, 7th st and R.I. avo (Drug
D. M.Da Is, 1013 19th st n w.Bu.Eng.and
Oiivor Dufour, Cashier's Room, City Tost
ofllco. John H, Jones, 1620 filli st 11 w, Signal Ofllco.
Dr. !;. L. Corbln. Second Auditor's Otllco.
J, M.Andrus, 1540 Columbia st, O. L. O.,
J. F. Page. 1210 r st n w (droccrt.
F. J. Young, 340 Spruce st, sty. Dlv. Trcasy,
W. n. Womcrslcy, 1728 II st nw, Ofllco
Rev. Mar., Treas.
Frank slbloy. 105 15th st n w, Cigar Storo.
By ordor of tho oxcctlvo committee
apl7,lm J. W. IIAHSHA. Secretary,
JggpSUFERIOR WOODJJURNT LUMP
Tor building purposes, for salo by
JAMES II. McCULL,
Dealer In liulldlne Rupplios,
008 to Oil a st.n. w.
ICE ICE. ICE.
J UK COMPANY
Froposo to furnish their patrons the coming
season with tho
BEST QUALITY OF KENNEBEC ICE.
as usual, at rates as low, If not lowor, than
any other city
faOUTn OF BOSTON.
All Information as to prices and contracts
will bo cheerfully furnished at the ofllco of
the company, 12th st. and Pa. avo. 11. w.
YEIJ.OW WAOONS MARKED
INDEPENDENT ICE CO.
THE WASHINGTON LOAN AND
CAPITAL 81,000,000. TL'MPOHARYOFFICES.
1001 F st n w, previous to tho erection of
the company's building, corner Oth and F
sts n w.
MONEY LOANED ON COLLATERAL AND
ON REAL ESTATE. Well secured loans,
guaranteed by tho company, for salo. In
terest paid. Call on or correspond with us
W. B. ROBISON, Sec. B. n. WARNER, 1T03.
Charles B. Bailey, (Jeorgo F. Schafer,
James L. Barbour, Thomas Somervlllo,
George E. Bartol, John A. Swopo.
Riclmid W.Clay. J.S. Swormstodt,
Horace 8. Cummings, Hattersloy W. Talbott
J. J. Darlington, George Truosdoll,
John Joy Ed son. I). II. Warner,
Charles J. Faulkner, A.A.Wilson,
Albert T. Fox, L. I). Wlno.i
O. C. Green, S. W. Woodward,
William B. Gurley, Chas. Ben. Wilkinson,
John B. Lamer, A. S. Worthlngton.
'LADIES! LADIES1 LADIESI
Mrs. McCaffortv Is the onlv hat and
bonnet-frame manufacturer in the city. Call
and seo her now shapes. Bleaching and
pressing. Straw and felt hats altorod to tho
latest stylos. Orders promptly attended to.
1009 a street n. w.
gggpDH. WHITE. CHIROPODIST
1410 Fcnna. avo., opposite Wlllard'a notol,
Thousnnds from far and near visit Dr. White
for relief from and nvoidanco of corns, bun
ions, diseased nails and all other foot
troubles. Hours. 8 a. ra. to 6 p. m.; Sun
days, v 10 1.. .Kstaousnou ni. x 00. i.
WHY NOT HAVE YOUR SHIRTS
mado bv ono of tho most colobratod
cutters in America 1 Prices samo as those
thlrd-rato cutters chargo. P. T. HALL, 903 F
Advertisements under this head, four lines or
less, SScentsfor one insertions: 50 cents for thru.
NOW' IS THE TIlIlC WEWILLPAY
"big money" for gents' first-class second-hand
clothing. Addross or call at
JUSTH'S OLD STAND. 010 D St. n. w.
LOST AND rOUNI).
W S ' rs r;sj -Wj' ,-. , V r S
STRAYED-SUNDAY PUG DOG; NAME
Marco on collar; tag U310. Xoturn to
THE PORTLAND. ap25.3t
roil sale nousics.
Advertisements under this head, four lines or
less, so centt for one insertion; 50 cents for three.
F"0RSALE-A BARGAIN 'if"sOLD AT
onco; 2 story and basement brick houso;
7 rooms and bath; all mod imps; situated at
No. 43C I st n w; price 1,300; terms ono third
cash, balance 1, 2 and 3 yoors. Apply
to FRANCIS HUFTY. 1301 F st n w. fOvT-CO
ITtOR SALE-IN ALEXANDRIA, G-ROOM.
? frame houso, Just finishing; njdrantln
yard; lot 10x115; snuc home; price, $S00. Ap
ply to ROBERT J. THOMAS, Room No, 2, 013
ply to III
EOR SALE-FRAMK HOUSE 906 IN 25
foot alley, bet Otb and 10th and Q and n
sts s w; 7 rooms; hall on both floors; olosots
fronting tho Potomao; 15 per cent Invest
ment; lot 341 feet front by OH deep, 49 feet
from Otb st. Apply within.
TPOR SAI,E THREE OF THE CHEAPEST
! houses In Washington, 100, 103 and 110
11th st n e; two-story and basemont, brown
stone trimmings; 7 rooms and bath; olectrlo
bells and gas: prlco, $3,600 each, S500 oash
balance to suit or trade for cood lots.
FOlt KENT HOUSES.
Advertisements tinder this head, four lines or
less, 25 cents for one insertion: 50 cents for three.
1701 RIaven w.l7rs $200 00
1413 Ma.s ave, 17 rs and stable 2O0 00
1411 K st n w. 13 rs 200 00
1022 Vt avo n w. 16 rs 200 00
1011 Conn avo, 15 rs 175 00
14th st ox., 15 rs 130 00
1228 M st n W, 15 rs 150 00
1600 ICth stn w.llrs 125 00
130811 suw, 12 rs 113 00
1737 Q stn w.llrs 100 00
1400 (Impln st n w, 13 rs 100 00
1742 Pstn w,12 rs 100 00
7011 21st n w. 14 rs 100 00
2 Lafayette Square, 15 rs
HIH R st n w, 15 rs hi J
717011) stn w, strand dwg. 80 00
USEstnw, II rs 75 00
1402 chapln st n w, 12 rs 75 00
817 12th stnw, Urs 5 00
1313 ot n w.llrs 03 00
942 N Y avo, 10 rs B5 00
915 NY ave, 14 rs CO 00
lloiNHave.lO rs GO 00
1402Stouehtoii8t, 9 rs 53 00
1404 Stoughton st, 9 rs 55 00
HCGStouRhtonst,9 rs 53 00
1750 P st 11 W, 10 rs 65 00
1011 Itlggs Placo, 9)S 62 50
Pst, ncur21st,7rs 50 00
lS0121ststnw,8 rs 50 00
111a 17th st 11 w, 7 r 4300
1501 S st n w, ft rs 45 00
1G19 Corcoran stnw, 9 rs 40 00
2032Gstn w.lOrs 40 00
1538 Pierce Place 9 rs &5 00
19U0 7th it n w, strand dwg 35 00
117 II stnw, 8rs a3 00
2304 14th st II W, 5rs 30 00
1028 R I avo, 12 rs
915 Est S W, Ors 2) 50
917 Estsw.C rs 21 50
30tb and M st n w (Feb.), 5 rs 20 fo
13.34 41 sts w. Ors 18 00
Tho above houses can bo examined by per
mit from our oftlco only.
THOMAS J FISHER & CO.,
13.'l Fst, II. W.
I?OR RENT-TWO BRAND NEW SIX
: room frame houses, high and dry loca
tion; near churches and publlo school in
Unloutown, Inquire of A. BE1IHEND, 1.13 U
roil RENT ROOMS.
Adierllstments under this head, four lines or
less, 25 cents for one Insertion: 50 cents for three,
m v iwncmii, viTDViui.n nnAra WW
11 sulto or single, at tho Buckingham, 920
15tb st n w. overlooking MoPhurson square.
I?OR RENT-TWO FURNISHED ROOMS,
? tultablo for gentlemen, No, 908 M stnw,
S-story and basement 10-room wrick
house; all modem" Improvements) sltuato
Second street, between U and D sc.
4711 Trice, $0,000.
S-story framohouse,wlth largo lot; sltuato
on Sixth street, between 11 and O so.
277 1'rlcc, 13,000.
3-story brick house, containing 0 rooms
and bath; eIzc of lot, 18x75; sltuato on O
4CS Trice, $0,000.
3-story and back building brick dwelling,
containing. 10 rooms; all modern lmpiovo
mcuts; sltuato on corner of Ninth and O
4S2 Prlco, $3,000.
'J-6tory brick house, f) rooms and bath;
situate on L street, between Nortli Capitol
and First streets nw.
403 Price, $2,550.
fl-story brick house, containing 12 rooms;
all modem Improvements; situate No. 021
Ji street nw.
423 Price, $10,500.
3-story brick house, 10 rooms; sizo ot lot,
25x125; eituato'o. 1422 N st. nw.
2S1 Price, $10,000.
2-story ami basement; brick house, 7
rooms and bath; sltuato on New llampshira
avenue, bet. L and M sts. nw.
4C9 Price, $0,500.
2-story G-room brick house; sltuato on
Clovcland ave., bet. 12th and 13th, W and
405 Price, $1,900.
2-story G-room brick house, on Wallach
481 Price, $4,300.
2-story G-room brick house; 6ltuato on
442 Price, $5,100.
5-story brick house, containing 11 rooms
and hath; and all modern Improvements;
sltuato No. 1220 O st. n, w
450 Prlco, $15,000.
Improved properly ou tho north side of
G St., wide front.
444 Price, $35,000.
A large stable property In a desirable lo
cation; now under Icaso to good tenant,
paying 9 per cont.
317 Price, $23,000.
494 Frame dwelling, Grant ave., Mount
Pleasant. Price, $7,000.
MOO Four alloy houses, containing 4
rooms; each rent for $15 per month. Price,
4S9 8-room framo house, lot 20x75, on L
st. se. Price, $2,000.
497 2-story and cellar brick house, 9
rooms and bath; sltuato on Columbia
Heights. Price, $10,000.
Houses In Alexandria, Vn
3-Btory brick dwelling, 13 rooms, with
ofllco annex and largo side lots; sltuato ou
cor. Duke and St. Asaph sts.; lot "SxS'J.
3-story and back building dwelling, con
taining 12 rooms and bath; lot 70x00; sit
uate No. 014 Prineo st.
402 Price, $0,500.
3-slory and back building brick bouse,
containing 13 rooms; sltuato on southeast
cor. Prince and Patrick sts.
452 Prlco, $3,500.
4-story brick dwelling house, built In the
most substantial manner, containing 20
rooms; 6lzo of lot 52x112.
391 Price, $0,500.
2-story and back building brick house,
containing 8 rooms, situate on Columbus
St., near Prince.
483 Prlco, $2,400.
493 3-story brick dwelling nouso, con
taining 10 rooms and all modem improve
ments; large sldo yard; sltuato on cor.
Washington and Cameron sts., opposite
Old Christ Church, Alexandria, Va. This
Is the best situation In Alexandria. Price,
$S,000. Terms One-third cash, balance
ono and two Years.
Houses at Falls Church, V.
A new cottage. 6ltuato only 5 minutes'
walk from Falls Church stations, Vf. & O.
It. R., Va., containing U rooms, bath, pan
try, and trunk room; size of lot, 110x150
feet. Price, $3,100. Terms easy.
ALSO A new cottago, sltuato only 5
minutes' walk from Falls Church station,
W. & O. B. K., Va., containing, parlor,
dining-room, kitchen, 4 bed-rooms, bath,
servants' room and attic. Prlco, $3,500.
THCtiut Ground Noi-llienxt uuil Soiilli.
All of square 1094 25c
u (t 1092 2oc
" " Bo'uth'5f6ff2.'."""".'.'.".. 35c
" " " 1030 SOc
" " 1013 90o
Half of ' 1111 2.5c
4 lots " 10S0 SOc
5 " " 1095 30o
3 " " lOSil a5c
1 " " 1107. 20c
5 " 1072 35c
1 " " 1027 371c
4 " 1005 40c
1 " ' 1045 42c
1 10SO 50c
1 " " 103S 50c
3 1020 50c
2 " " 1093 25c
11 " " 1057 00c
2 " " 812 SOc
10 " " 1059 40c
7 " " 1003 02Jc
Building Lots In all sections of the City.
Real Estate Broker,
1301 l'S tree t,AVi.UliiKloii, I). O.
1)ht)I'0,SAL8 FOR (iHltJIN". l'K'-S-
vanla avcnuo extended -OOli c
('oramlstloiirrg M. '., Washington. !
April J, JMO.-Ci'hIihI pn.nomls will hi e
ecived nt this office until 12 o'ulouk 1
FRIDAY, MAYS. 1890. for gradlnfand
slrtictlng culverts on Pemyltrnla mm 1
extended. Blank forms of prjpoiii- '
spccllkatlons can bo obtained at tills m .
upon application therefor, togM hoi wih 1 1
retei'sary Information, and .bids on r
forms only will bo considered. The 1 uh' is
roservedtorolect any and all bids. ' vv
DOUGLASS, I, 0. HINE, II. M. JtOUEHI
l ommlMoners D. C.
Directory of Lawyers and Law Firms
Washington, 1). r.
Webster Law Building,
Residence, 1218 II street northwest.
EBB & WEBB,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS,
400 Fifth Street,
Wsuiniitoh, D. C.
William II. Webb.
Henry Randall Wobb,
John Sldhey Webb. feb27.d.t.tt
321 and 323 4( st., Chauncoy Bulldlnc, near
Louisiana nvo., Washington, D. C.
Practices In the Courts of tho Distilct and ot
Prineo Gcorgo's County, Md, Ic27-dVStC
322 Four-aiid-a-halfstrcctn.wniarCity Hall,
Washington. D. O. fc27-dAS.lt
472-178 Louisiana Avcnnoi.
F. PHILLirS. J. O. ZAC1IUY,
F. D. MtKENNEY.
rillLLIPS, ZACIIRY & McKENNEV,
Arrnmnr nt T fi-
Sun Building, F st
T ALTIIEUS JOHNSON,
fc27-d.lstf 408 Fifth Street.
1 115 I" n( reel. Slcuibcr of IVaslilnglnii
Wmli Exchange. All local ntnclta
uuil NuciirlllcH boiili( ami Mold.
MONEY TO LOAN.
SC. HILL, REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.
. Bargains in all parts of tho city. Llfo
and Fire Insurance Corner 8th and F sts
11 w, Lo Droit Building.
ONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE OR
first-class socurltlos at lowost rates ot
rost. No delay wtoro security Is cood.
O. C. GREEN,
ONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD SECURITY.
TITLE CO., 470 La ave.
IN ALL SUMS,
TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY,
ATS ANDOTER CENT.
M. M. FARKER,
1418 F St.
INSTALLMENT LOANS-WE ARK Au
thorized by tho Unltod Security Life In
surance and Trust Company of Philadelphia
toadvanco money on Improved property In
Washington up to 75 per cont. of actuul mar
ket valuo, with or without llfo Insurance.
Loans payablo In monthly or quarterly In
stallmcnts, running 5, 10, 15 or 20 yoors. In
many Instances tho payments are loss than
tho rental of a house. F. U. SMITH 3s SON.
1223 V st n w.
ONEY TO LOAN
In snma to suit
On Approved Roal Kstato Socnrlt.
B. II. WARNER CO.,
010 F ot. n. w.
OVER A MILLION DISTRIBUTED.
Lcli Oi !
LOUISIANA STA1E LOTTERY CO.
Incorporated by tho Loglslatnro tor oduca
tlonal and charitable purposes, and Its Iran
chiso made a part of tho presont State Cou
stltution, In 1879, by an ovekwuelminu roru
lAnvora. Its GRAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAW
INGS tako placo scml-annnally (Juno and
December), and Its GRAND SINGLE NUM
BER DRAWINGS tako placo In each of tho
other ten months In tho yoar, and aro all
drawn in public, at tho Academy of Music,
New Orleans, La.
"Wo do bcroby cortlfy that wo supervlso
tho arrangements for all tho Monthly and
Semi-Annual Drawings ot tho Louisiana Stat-o
Lottery Co., and in porson manago and con
trolthe drawings themselves, and that tbo
samo aro conducted with honosty, fairness
and Id good faith toward all parties, and wo
authorize tbo Company loose thlscerttdcato,
wlthfae-slmilosof our signatures attached,
in Its advertisements."
Wo tho undersigned Banks and Bankers
will pay all prizes drawn In; the Louisiana
State Lotteries which may bo pioscuted at
it. M. WAMlsiKV, Pres. La. Nat. Bank.
1 lanatjx, Pres. State Nat. Bank.
A. I1ALDWI?., Frcs. N. O. Nat. Bank.
CAUL KOI1N, Pres. Union Nat. Bank.
GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING will tako
place at tho Academy of Music, New Or
leans, TUESDAY, MAY 13, 1890.
100.COO Tickets at Twontv Dollars;
510; (Quarters, S5; Tenths, $2
1 PRIZE OF 8300,000 Is
1 PRIZE OF 100,00013
1 PRIZE OF 50,000 is
1 PRIZE OF 25.C001S
2PRIZESOF 10,000 are
5 PRIZES OF 5,000 aro
25 PRIZES OF i.COOaro
100 PRIZES OP SCOaro
200PKIZESOP 300 aro
5C0PRIZESOF 200 are
100 Prizes ot S500aro
10O Prizes of 3C0 aro
100 Prizes of 200 aro
3,131 Prizes, amountlngto.
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE.
tWFon Club Rates or any further Infor
mation doslrod wrlto legibly to tho under
signed, clearly stating your resilience, with
btato, County, Street and Number. More
rapid roturn mall delivery will bo assured by
your inclosing an envelope bearing your full
All ordinary letters containing Postal
Notes, Money Ordors Issued by all Eiyresi
Companies or Now York Exchange.
M. A. DAUPHIN,
Now Orloans, la.
Address Registered Letters oontaiulr ir
New Orleans National Bank,
Now Orloans, l
"REMEMBER that tho payment ot Pi -!
Is GUARANTEED BY FOUR NATION U,
BANKS of Now Orleans, and tho tickets .
signed by tho pru!dout of un Institutl 11
who.o chartered rights aro reoouUed In 'ho
hlghott tourto; therefore, bowaro of all luiHu
tlons or anonymous schemes."
ONE D01.1.AR Is tho prion of thosmlT.st
part or fraction ot a ticket ISSUED BY US 111
any drawing. Anything in our name offered,
for H' tbaa a Dollar Is a swindle.