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THE DAILY CKIT1C, FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 22, 1800.
AT THE GAPITQL.
MATTERS rUTHSR BBlt. AT Tlfc
HOUSE ON THE II ILL
The Tariff Talk ffrtes Monfttonbnsly On,
The Imtrlet Committees Not In
Session trtnnJlnreli' "HI
rHm the Ilhn.e.
Kp niniTim wm present whwj Urn
Semite met thrs morning. A roll
mil dlfroveral only ibiTty-ternn Snnn
tors Within flte minutes month other
sdons stalked in, wrapped In tilUnlty
nr.il Untight, to make a quorum, ami
tbc sedate session began.
Jlr riumb was not on hand, ami his
Hfolutlon concerning llqnors In the
Pen Me restaurant went orer tilt to mor-
Mr. Hale offered a resolution direc
ting the Secretary of the Navy to tnves
tlgate nlleged defects In castings for that
Tcrartment furnished bythe Standard
Btetl Company of Thtirlow, Pa.
The Senate passed House Wll to
Amend the net of 1874 for the relief of
settlers on railroad lands.
The Tariff bill was taken up. Mr.
Mr Pherson's amendment to parnirraph
1G2, page 40, to substitute a uniform
rate of 25 per cent, ad valorem for
classified specific rates, was lost, 10 to
27, ft strict party vote.
No further Amendments were offered
to paragraph 102.
IN THE MOUSE.
The House to day passed Senate bill
crantlng American roglstors to the
steamers Stroma and Marie O. Aurollus.
Tho House then vent Into Committee
of tho Whole on Senate amendments to
the lilvcr and Harbor bill.
District In Congress,
The District Commissioners sent up
two bills this morning which woro In
troduccd in tho House by Dr. Atkinson.
Ono is to provide tho Assossorof tho
District with plats outsido tho cities of
Washington and Georgetown.
The other for tho protection of tho
parks In tho streets and avenues of
Washington nnd Georgetown,
Mo quorum, no meeting, no news at
both the District committees to day.
Larisbnrclis' JJIII 1assoiI,
Tho bill to exempt tho property of
Messrs. James and Julius Ltntbiirgh
from the operation of tho Allen Land
Act passed the Housothls afternoon. J
THE WAR IS NOT OYER.
xetn Will Itrject 1'enco l'ropottt.ona
and Itesnme Hostilities,
New YonK, Aug. 22. Tho HeraM'a
special from San Salvador, says tho
piopoiltloos for peace, mtulo by tho
diplomatic corps to Provisional 1'reil'
dent Ezcta, Imply tho abandonment of
the autonomy and Independence of Sal
vador. Hostilities, which have been sus
pend d tin to this time, are liable to be
iiiiimid at any time, as Eeta has de
clared that he will not submit to the
dlctatlcn of President Hnrlllas, and it Is
currently reported that be has definitely
decided to reject the proposed treaty.
Tho protocol, as submitted by llmte
roala, demanded that Vice-President
Ayala assume the executive powor and
arrange for tho election of n president.
Ercta says Ayala Is n traitor to his coun
try, and that he (Kzeta) will reject the
Nnw YonK, Auc. 23. A special from
the City of Mexico to tho JitruM says
General of Division Ignacleo I). Ala
tone has been appointed by President
Diaz as a special minister to Central
America, resident in Guatemala, with
confidential Instructions to act as medi
ator in tho affairs between San Salvador
and Guatemala. lie lias just left San
Francisco for his post.
THESE MEN DISGRACE THE FORCE.
An t'ujnttlllable Arrest noil a Jlepala
ble Man Clubbed,
Judge Mills is beginning to find out
bow tome of tho policemen make their
cosei. Officer Ilayden made an arrest
Wednesday night and then cams up
and asked what was going on. Hayd in
took In the three boys, but Judge Mills
dismissed them on sight.
Yesterday afternoon Officer Cutler
of the Ninth precinct bad Charles O.
Newman, a reputable German citizen,
beforo Judge Mills. He arrested and
brutally clubbed him on his war homo
from a picnic with a party of friends.
Officer Cutler said he did not driok, but
on the stand an employe of tho District
Government testified that he took three
glasses of beer with him the day the
arrest was made.
Judge Mills promptly dismiss! the
rase after Mr, Frank Ctos, the de
fendant's attorney, argued
FIVE PERSONS KILLED. '
A Train on a Oravlly Kallroad doe
Oyer an Kmb-inkiueot.
New York, Aug. S. A dlsjutoh
from Heading, Pa., says: "A train o
the Mt Pens Gravity road wat ever
an embankment at 11 o'eleek this
rrrrclng. killing five people outright
ard Injuring several otWWs."
Texas Fever In Ohio.
Comma, Ohm, Aug. Dr. W.
A Hopkins, health ottcer of Ashtabula.
calls attention to tbe exleteace of Tuns
fever la that Befghboshaod. He uya
that a butcher hns twett pmkaeiaj(
steers which be drives front the rail
road to the slaughterhouse. Tfaree
cows, belonging to eHtai of tbe town,
and which have ben daily driven acMMg
the path leading from the railroad to tke
slaughter house, have roUy disal from
O ue-Way Fartjr Ttsketa far Ta,
riTTEBCRC, Aug. i. Mr. K. A.
Ford general pnnanjir ifsntt of the
Pennsylvania Usee, snawwaas to-tlsw
that, in dtJfeHwae to the wistitM of nb
o mpetiton, Uu Unit auwliar at saa
wuy party tkkats will be ad van gad
f r vx beven to tan pcraona oat fiaskiasneior
1, jr, ximo.
Nuhtu APiJig, Ma.. Aiig.9flL A
tcrrlue rainatonei pncrnii over this paacw
last evening, doing a gnat awwini of
damage Main was loflatol to
ilc depth of several faac and knneky oak
Urn vttre flooded. Tfcs grain cces is
csivlerably injured. The aasosuU of
J o3 u nut yet kaown.
Answer to Mr. tHuwkt1 KsinlnMnn.
( iiiiiiiMionara mat) and Hohatt anj
AUvrtty HaxeMaw pctMd w mm
i tu r'luuib MaotoMkM Mad a
I l. jiowti is not ejbiiawaad is Tim
' lk benaU; fur two or tkaae dftpjiet
- -muotuf Um liuM mum to 90 or
' i i iix.r
'An liChkago ao dirty ?" wkd
t u r l u v Wua ntgkUrg are ail th,ro w-
- r i at W ' eaptaitttnl a loakkut
THE KILLED AND INJURED
In trie IttplttMnn at llto Stnmtimt Onrt
rlflise PhetBry Vestenlnr.
Chicago, Aug- Tire fottowfwg is
a list of the killed awl rnjnmi by yes
terday's explosion at the 9ttftifd Cart
rMge Factory, Blue Island. Illinois
Kllred Charles SMilell, 95 years old,
of Cincinnati, strut- by a pwee of a
whl in the abdomen.
Injured Frank Iin, 25, mtrmd se
vewfy from the waist np, anil cut about
the ankle, may dr Alex. Lamore, 89,
mariled, burned severely from th
shfiuWers no, ami struck In the back
with a quantity of shot, may die. E
linrke, 26, of King's Mills, Ohio, se
rerely bmned and cut about the arms.
Ida wick, IS, burned about the face,
head, neck and breast Mark Harney,
11, badly burned about the abdomen,
Mary Matvits, 16, burned about face
and hands Lena, Shnltr. 16, severely
burned about the shoulders; Pauline
lloll, 15. burned about face and hands
Annie Meekelberg, 16, face ami hands
bumed, Mary Stevens. 16, face ami
hands burned, Mary Graves, fare and
hands severely burned; Annie Graves,
stsler of Mary, burned about face and
hands, Emma Scbultr, IS, sister of
Lena, face and hands burned, Mary
Wick. 16, sister of Ida Wick, burned
about face and arms, George Wells,
burned alraut tho head and body,
Howard Gllson, 18, slightly hurt about
the head, Gcoreo ItoTl, 30, struck on
the head by n piece of wood, William
Dorman, 18, face and bands burned;
Charles llurmclster, slightly burned
about the face and hands, Kugene Illck
herecr, 10, face and hands burned and
struck by piece of tin In abdomen; Ed.
Baseett, slight Injuries caused by jump
ing from the building; John Harney,
16, slightly Injured about the bond.
THE CHOLERA IN SPAIN.
Trie I'enmntrr oppnnlnir All Attempts
nt Sanitary l'recmitlonn.
MADMti, Aug. 28 Tho Government
physicians have announced their rofusal
to serve nny longer in the cholera in
fected districts unless they arc given a
strong military escort. They declare
that the peasants arc opposing all at
tempts to institute sanitary precautions,
and even resort to force In order to pre
vent them from doing their duty, and
that under Ihcso circumstances any
abatement in the vlrulcncoof tho disease
Is finite Impossible.
Tho city of Argus has been deserted
by all the Inhabitants, only those who
arc down with tho cholera and n few
relatives who rofii'o to desert them,
being left, Tho Mayor, who Is the
only remaining official In tho city,
yesterday burled his own son, all tho
grave diggers having fled tho city. Of
133 people, who bavo been attacked by
tho disease, forty-four have died during
the last four days.
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BORDERING ON STARVATION.
Crops n Total l'lliiro and Settler In
n Very Had Way.
Dknvkii, Coi, Aug. 32 The BOO or
HO people who live in Kastern Arapa
hoc County, Col , near tho Kansas line,
are In a state bordering on starvation.
A committee representing the settlers
was In Denver yesterday seeklm; aid of
the county commissioners. Crops are
an absolute failure this year and as tho
country Is new, the first settlement
having been made only three years ago,
tho people have no resources, and they
find winter approaching without any
prospect of pulling through It all ve with
EL1.KNDALK, N. I)., Aug. 23. It Is
reported from Mcintosh County that a
number of farmers have asked for as
sistance from tho commissioners, and
that supplies are being furnished. Tho
crop in that county is almost a total
failure and. roost of tho settlers arc
A MURDERESS SENTENCED
To be Jmprltoned for Life for n Sloit
Whbbunq, W. VA., August 92.
The trial of Mrs, Jacob Morgan, which
has been in progress in Tyler County
for a week, bos come to an end In tho
conviction of the woman and ber sen
tence to the penitentiary for life. The
man murdered by her was a full cousin
of General John Morgan, the celebrated
Confederate raider and cavalry com
mander, and the crime was one of the
most cold blooded on record, Mrs.
Morgan is the first woman ever sent to
the penitentiary for life from West Vir
ginia. JUDGE LILLY'S COORT.
Two Hundred Indictment Itetorued,
BJany of Tbeiu for Alnrder.
Cincinnati, Aug, 38. A Hazard,
Ky , special reports that Judge Lilly's
court, held In a tent guarded bv sol"
dlers, has resulted in 300 ladletBwats
already, many of them for murder and
kindred aets of violence, and the sheriff,
with a military poese, is making arrests
in the mountains.
The Faf tensers llrouclit Safely Ashore.
New Yomk, Aug. S8 The passen
gers of the steamer Dania, whiea is
ashore near Point Lookout, L. I., were
brought ta the company's pier in
Hobokea last night by the steamer
Augusta Vietoria. Tky numbeed 9M
persone, and were all Mowaa? nascea
Secretary Wnlto Salt far tlamt.
SoiTUAnrroK, Aug. 39. Hoary
White, the Secretary of LogattoM of
the United Staias to England, wttk kte
family, Mrs. and Miaa Banoit and
Mm. ffilmUsMT, won among tlw bos
sangeie who kft yaatofday on too Xotth
Gorman Lloyd steamer Lakn foe New
Hurricane la Atutrla.
Yikkxa, Aug 3U. A hurricane yog
today visited tko Ducky of Styria.
Muck damage waa dono by tko wind,
wkkk blow wtrk eitraoadimwry fates.
At OraU, tko capital of tko ducky, tko
atom wsockod k koikitega is wkkk
sacooo uhiwco iy mm.
PiuLASSLriUA, Aug. 38. A isoiaat
oveoing dnmog&d tko kttikMogJi and
oonloftss at C4evokuui and ytastkttn
ttinrti. owned by J. C. Homo aod oocu
nnvd kv J DoUas1 Soavt, mnjutfartiiroti
of gtogkami. ami by Fuk Woodkoad.
maaurarturor of akavl. Lorn I3S.W0,
Stow PMSMd H ttk fs.uinlniiunns
dvM Sowjbco Cowsskimoootr Mamo
vttt aaU to a Came conottor tkit mot u
tnw ' - DPn nan makksM tim aaoM aaaonitOMS
fiUftrtt to oil tko Souihnfs iiwiit(L out as
tknso hi not onousk ffts?m doksjnnd- to
comhift tko eTamlaatioM, I aw sorry to
ay w are not making tkat pcogaau we
mould Ww to."
Taua u ttu, bektUme vt toe waule ear
Ui yunly oux Uuod, lc..ue now yon are
mure tuctuUe to bencat tium inaiii lue
taaii at an vtiur Miaeoo Hood's aWn
LiaUJ w Ike Uat n.iWi iii- to Ukc, and It
U Lite &ust iivuuUiiiiii 100 Pvee U
BO YOU KNOW HOW TO CLIMB ?
Trie Valhe of a Little Jntlement am!
ypm f fltmefi TTernM
Tire ptfwtron of our sumiHer
tontttts that make annual ptlgrlmftgct
to dhtrtcft of a more or less mountMn
our character in preference to seaside
retorts H very considerable Ami yet
how large Indeed Is the percentage of
those that never even attempt to climb
any of the many hilts and mountains
for which they flrofeas swh fondness
before ami such profound admiration
after they are reaoned. This fact may
be attributed largely to ignorance or
fear, thoueh doubtless many will add,
to Inert laziness.
For a person In good health, fond of
tramping and properly clothed, there Is
no reason why mountain ascents rannot
be made with perfect Impunity and with
actnal benefit, provided only that the
eTeiclse be progressive from small be
ginning, lest it put a sudden but sure
cid to all future walks for some time to
He, Indeed, Is fortunate who has the
endurance to make himself Independent
of railroad or stage, for a trip throuch
the mountains arranged on such a basis
must needs be less expensive than other
wife Up steep mountain roads ft eootl
walker can easily keep ahead of a team,
while coming down hill their speeds
will be approximately the same.
Few persons can realize to what an
extent the time necoseary for a mountain
ascent can be shortened by simple prac
tice. The writer has In mind some very
valuable experiences In this connection.
Upon the day of arrival from Boston at
the base of Mount Moosllaukc, In the
White Mountains, the acent waa made
In two hours and forty five minutes.
Tho length of this lofty mountain road
Is five miles, and the rise In that dis
tance 3,000 feet, yet after ten days of
mountain life, and with less fatigue,
the distance was traversed In one hour
and twenty five minutes, or In just one
half of the time.
Upon the former occasion frequent
stops were necessary for breath, while
on the latter the walking was continu
ous. The beginner need not, therefore,
be discoursed If he finds his wind giv
ing out quickly when he had anticipated
far greater enduring powors, and he
must not give up climbing because his
joints feci soro the following day. If
bo has thus rashly attornptcd a hard
climb before getting into a desirable
condition, let him profit by the experi
ence and go slow at first.
A Letter from Her Herman llcilti.
New YonK, Aug. '42. Constant
Paudcuski of East Thirteenth street was
yesterday taken prisoner for beating his
wife, because she, in n fit of passion,
had said she loved an old beau In Ger
many, who had Just written her, better
than she did Constant. There will be
no moro bcatlnes of that kind In tho
Paudcuski household for ten days, while
Constant sojourns on lllackwell's Is
Siniillmioil A r routed.
OtPcors Kccf and O'llrlen yesterday
afternoon arretted Hurt Small wood and
plural him under lock and key at tho
K street station. Small wood Is the
man who on Sunday last during an
altercation with Sam Johnson cut his
head open with an axe. The latter Is
not hurt very seriously and will be able
to appear In a few days and give testi
mony against his assailant.
Fire In X.ewl, Jolmton St Co.'e Hank,
Last night, about 7 o'clock, an eloc
tile light wire cauted a Ore in Lewis,
Johnson &. Co.'s bank, opposite Tiik
Crime olllco. Olllcor Eaton saw tho
fire and promply summoned Engine
Company No. 2, and tbo 11 nines were
soon oxtlntrulsbed. The damage Is esti
mated at $800. It appears that the elec
tric light wlro full on a telegraph wlro
which leads Into tho building, and tho
powerful current set the woodwork on
Charced Wltn Krabenlement.
J. II. Nottingham was arrested yes
terday afternoon by Detective Mabon
and charged with embeaalement. The
complaint is made by W. II. Brewer.
In the Police Court to day he waived
examination and gave bonds for ap
pearance before the grand jury.
The Flaetltlp Charleston,
Newport. Obk., Aug. 22. Tho
United States flagship Charleston of the
1'aclfk squadron arrived here this morn
ing, fourteen days from Honolulu.
After taking coal In she left for Port
Townsend, from whieb place it Is
thought the will bo to BehrlngSea.
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A Wine and Wlna Uoom.
SJitwioi l.. Y, Cmnitial JLiiuttUw.
The story cannot fall to attract atten
tion as a clever bit of writing and an
exhibition of modern "realUra " It
will also set people to guoMtag who is
Jtert HUm l UUto.
The publishers further announce tbU
racy essay in modern realism as the
picductioB of "A Woman of Society."
They ate entirely justined la tbls, at
Mrs Van l(enesiaer Cruger, to whom
the authorship of Ike story U to bo
eiedllttl, can easily sneak ox-eatbodra
on the subject of wkkk she treats.
Mr. Jokmoi You soom to be In
tensely iotefeated in tko pa nor this
morning, my dar. Do you Ami any
Mrs. Jokwoi Ok, lots t Hso aro
four munkfg, an elopement ami a di
voteo coco on tko very first page 1
KB. KK - K1.TH OLM - In Bslliaure,
Auul ' lew. by Bev J II Bulnd, i
XcMtun Brevier to Irene BatwtaUe
KKILY-BI'KKK -Wedneteay. AaUM X,
ISM. at tbe reeideaie of lae bride' author,
by rtlr W X CowanUo 8. 1. Mr Arthur
Kelly ui Trenton, X J.loMiae KktWae De
Salee Burt of Waealaglaa, P. C- Xv cants.
TOMLlOH-HAitVKY.-At St. Chartttt'
Pari, Brooklyn. S. T . Auanut U. was. r
Art kar Toariteaon of Waskwatea. U. C . to
tjgtaU,ganyrt -toouaTya, M Y No
l. W UtSitmSaaiv otie 'mide.'wc
MculLL -eaddoaly at us makloaee. aOS
Seat canlto! atrcoti T OUarn C. JtoSSTLs uU
Xuboa v laaorai tatetHw.
JOHXoOe) -unAaaaet.Wj(.lie WUluj
tetmnwat at Caatortdavs. MaV
tipkoU . onla. Xokort a- FerwoA.
run hie inotaar'i riwfamaoe, Xe
iUS B trai:t aurtacaet. on
m luueraJ itrUlly jsivate.
xomowby -uo Auuit to. we. Jameti
XubiUKy uolr tLUii uf Jimts anil Xary
X bub, r tu ui akunUu and -'! lay.
1 uncial villi uvfce pliuo Siardny J.uaO'4
J. ,1 '1 Uo, kp id bum tbc rttUdunca ut
bin;xruu jis tlrcil Ukttbwuat.
Vt l'lUUta -On Auut 1. liS4), ox but real
dccis. ylxuw IicaT bUOUDlt 1'outi, V V .
JtddlaUBl. W Itbera. privr to UKM Iratdtul
nt CevraetuSB.S ' aud AiciAi. ltia- V
ai for thirty e!jbt Team iub9,cuL!y uf
CuJkbrrUu. J Jd a t-bc ?L6 yer -t hia l
jgI FRT XltMXVfb. . i. WHTTE,
Thoo.stirts from far aird near visit DrWWJT
tMibmtnt for rel'ef from an ,avea nrt
of mmf, hnainns, dfessswrl nails w ail
ether for t troaMe Sow. 8a. m tv sn. m.
nniiiy. s to is oinfee,fi pet yigtrot
pnttiTie the fset la too1 orter. nstaowsneo,
wASBiratow af PBTosrr co .
re ami w j-rnifsyiTitnn .c...
Foonie Are and btrrirlaTprrwf.andall aove
rrontiil. pafilenlarl; artar re tne storae
of fnrtutate, rtars,. anM im
3' wjiSMHOTOt, D. c , Amr. IN
Wrttiln to rttlre froia active Mitncn, t
have this day sold all mv InterMt In the Brm
of B K. Plate r. to Mr tewt O Tews
mirT, nanser ann nroser, oi mw i rr-n i ny
The btwitiess harwflet will he mndnrted
Inthermtne tf tw1 O Tpwshnry rn
tr W. p. rjlMrt.who has beea asrititci
with we tor the past eight year, eontinne
with the new flf and will remain la rharire
of the trashltwtoB office. Mr lllnbs ned
no rtoomnMvdatkm, Ms Intostlt y and abll
Ity are well known, but I tahe pteaiore In
reroMinewlmf ray (meeessorn to my patrons
and the pabfto (reiwrally a beln In all re
rtts worthy of t heir confldeaee and patron
site. B. K TLA1S.
OUT OFTOWN BUSINK8S A SrECJALTT.
lewh O. Tewkstmry, W. B Rlbbs,
t hlntf o. Washington,
Washington. D C.
LEWIS G. TEWKSBURY & CO.
B, K. PLAIN & CO.,
inTcstnunt Seenrttles Donaht and Sold.
OHDEI1S EXHCUTRD IN
Stocks, Bonds, Grain and Petroleum
Fort cash on on margin.
4 per cent laterestallonedoadeposltssub
Jeot In cheek.
5 per tent. Interest allowed on raarrln ae
ccmntii Dally Market letter forwarded on applica
tion. Constant Quotations of alt Markets over
our own Private Wire.
TxLrrnons Call Sis.
rABUAunntx ' tMpwIng " anlS,6t
tSST-TEMronATtY offick of Tnn
ri' WASHINGTON LOAN AND TWJST
1001 F street n.w,
This comrany Issues certlBcnto of deposit
bearlne Interest an follows: On all amounts
driotltedfur ninety days or more. but Ism
than lx month. 3 per cent, per annum: 31
per cent, on deposits for more than six
months, bat less than a year and 4 percent,
on deposits of ono year or loneer.
Hecurod InvevtmcnU for sale.
Money loannl .
W. 1). 110DI60N. See. II. n. WARNBIt, rrss.
Charles n. nalley, Oeotire F Sehafer,
James I,. Ilarlonr, John A Hamilton,
Ocorse E llarlol, Thomas Somerville,
lllclmnl w. (lay, John A. Swope,
Itotace H. CutnroInK", J, S. Swormtiedt.
J.J. Parllnrfton, IlatterMey W.Tnlbott,
John Joy Bdion. Oeore Trnelell,
(harles J. Faulkner, H. II. Warner,
AltrtF. Fox, A. A. Wilson,
O t Orenn, L. II. Wine,
W llllum u finrlcy, 8. W. Wooitwanl,
John II. Lamer. Chat, lien, WltklBsoe,
A. 8. Worthlnston.
33' Axents In Waihlneton for
THE WIIirriKIl ELEVATOR
THE I1B8T ELEVATOR IN TIIK WORLD.
Over to hAve been put Into the beet build
tncs In MblnEton In tbe last two years by
Eitlmates promptly farnlahed. Aln aeents
for tbe Wortnlnirton Hteam Fumplnjr Maebln
3TJ. Also General MteblnUtnand Knelaeers.
A larpe itoek of Bnetnes and Dotlero, I'nnpt
and Elevators on band.
Wareroomt from ICOl to J0O6 Sevestb street
3r-rROTBCT YOtirtSELVES A1 IIN3T
a5 TYI'UOIIl ANI MALARIAL
The Alvares Disinfectant rompany Is pre
parrd to farclgate and dltlnfect all preratwi
Invaded by typhoid and otber mallBat and
Aik your druagUt or irrneer for tbe ALVA
HFZ CLOSET AND CESWl'OOL DISINFECT
ANT. I'rlee. wo. and f I per box. For far
tbr Information atdrest the Company, at M8
F t, n. w. awi.lw
J-J. WILUAM LEB
(Sneeeeser to Henry Lee's itoae),
Branch OHce, 498 Maryland ave. s. w
KTjr-LADIKS! LADIES! LADIKSI
X Mrs. McCnfferty Is tbe only bat and
bonnet frame raannfaetarer In tbe eitr. Call
and ee ber new abapes, Bleaeblaa aad
preeetng. btraw and felt bat altered to the
latut style. Orders promptly attended te.
loueoitre i. Wj
KBr-WIIY NOT HAVE YOCB SniRTS
XJ made by one ei the moat celebrated
OBtters la Amerleal Frlee una ai tboe
third rate entters charge. V, T. UALL. 9M F
J3grCUAKTEHED BY CONURBS0 ISM.
FHAMfUS JNSUHAMCK CO.
OF WASHINGTON, D.C.
CAPITAL AND SPHPLUS. WSS.a. Ha
sever eeatetted a toes by are. bat always
make srowr t aad liberal adjuifaaU. Dr.
DaBtel 1). i larke. pree't. George S. Lemoo,
Vtee-Breat, CaarieaS. Bradley, traa.; I. Fen
wick Ywbw, seo'y; Will P. Boteler. awt
AdtrriUtHUHM ututtr UUi Ktatt, feurlUuter
U4, ttt4 ftr en4 UmrUui: iO titU fcrlkr.
ANTED-A NUBSBRY U)YKitNBb8 l
a null family. Addraaa P O Box UI.
hm-kvUte. Md. 8.' a
WANT BB-A ftOOfl COOK-WHITS. NO
waabtur or iroaiac, xeaat stay at aUbt
Call at SIT Bit. fe a
cook, oaa wattar and a airl to wah
Call at Sil r a a w Irum 7 to s p
TAMTBU-A iilML FU8 OBMBbUL
r biuuMVork. Mibt ta.r at aihl a&d
briac cltr releieaea. ADHlr in atur. 1 W T
at aw. tu
Wa:"H-a tuy white uiiu, to
aUtad to the graaiai aonaework uf a
small private family, so waakma or ironing,
muat stay at aiakt btt XortliCaiuliau a
a. - a
AMT1UV-A WOMAN COOK. AL&0
laaadrtaa- both culurud IM La ave
p w. Apply Irom 9 am to 4 p 3
r ANTtW-A FHWr CLAM VbUMAN t M
and atav at slant. leUFataw CaJl aftar
-IITAHTID-A UOOB COUMtXO CURL TO
1 cook, moat coma well raioia mended.
ApniysasFidBw a a
ANTED-A 8XXVAXT TO OUOX. WAH
aad lion, auut rnai well rsmtmsaaa '
and go home at nlAi taMiath.tnw a 3t
-rAbrTB-A YMJk MAX WHO BA
kftiaaiorioDce in tie raacy Uood.
Mmwi, oh was u sot auaaa u ware w
ry to bests vita as per we
Sr X A ODJtlL. ia iu w
rAXTSD-A CHAMBWMSIU AT ON. K
x n v w a w ii'i
JAWFSih-lVUHtMO BOY AHOtT UI"
I drealul wurkia butua Aitoli liM
Wtaw il .t
-W-aVTk-A CHAXBHU1AID. API LY
V at IBIS Jafeuua Place. Xefer.eni.tte ri.
VI aired il u
VWAXTSIVA ulBi FOB bEMEBAL.
catsrg.-j0WMtel Ma ut?
WAXTBfr-A UW. BOB OCMM1 4MU
annual bonscpurk, no wash uh o
irotOiu; brias cUy tafnaniea. uj) B i-
Itkaad Fa we ;: 't
7AKTXD-A QIUL BOB i.Nt!.iL
KuUMiwurc Apply at lu.t, J" i -;
ytbllib-t BbLLtbLK utU
ti t l a-i"1 tur a-i-"-r l. v
".lUt.uj. i,ll J-' 41-
STANTBD-A ROOD ACTIVE SOT TO
Wrrk arotnra trove and assist fa fcatrsa
make h!meif niTlir nfai; also a
vnrran for wnm hnneotk. AfmfUII
1h rt n :L
XtTATEr (TIO n ROT FrTOIt IS TO
i"iyearrf , i, ifend tono'eant
do chnrp for doi tor In i-nnrylvatllt tall
M 10h t n e St
HxrATrD-mrOWBtR rTl A TAM
isnndrv: mnst bv erJwne i the
btrtT. (all at tCTtswn. ts w
ASTl-WRIT WOIAJ TO rsmil
and do reneral hotweinwk for family of
1 mutt stay at nleht. Aptdf to tlSMSth
n w . ta.tt
-rANTRD-LObOgtD BJY TO WAIT IS
a More Call WW Htnst iw,. 19
WANTBD-A 0008 COOK. OWB HAV
ln llvrd with Oerman people pre
ferred ( ady home and apod wae to rlht
iTif At ply at oneo, cor m and n s n w, la
fASTED-FlRST CLASS WOMAN FOR
i gnrl honnawoth : mnst Tm esnerlenged
and May attrhrkt; call after o'clock tail
Nut W St
T ANTED-AN ABLRrrODun 'IBTTt.Bl)
whit Trnrnen to do the work of a mtlt
fomllT and attend an Invalid lady no wash
ln Ca'l ISM Wh stnw. tilt
rANTK!-A WMrTB t.IRL TO WIGBN
I mI homemirk or rook. mnt bmva
exwn reterenre Apply nvi t t n w, o
tweetB and 14 a m.
WANTED-A 01RL FflR OBNERAt,
honwork: small family- Herman or
Scotch preferred, call at SS, B Canst. IS.Tt
ANTRD-A 9RTTI.RI) WI1ITR VOMN.
1 ? irent nmi minvu t sjvfor. itnu t tsTTjimrni
hotiework In n smnll fnmllyj no wnMnT or
M.a ...1 1..a a . -.i .1.
laklna;irooil references rennlred. Apply at
1 HO tth t n w T,lt
"XrANTED-A WOMAN TI COOK OI T;
Vi clly references reqnlred. Apply at aid
mt t n w lfyt
ANTBD-A OIRL TO DO OBNRRAL
honsewntk In mall family, must come
recommended 1S8 K t n w 19t
irANTBD-A 9KRVANTTQ COOK. WASH
V andiron- mnst come well recommended
and (to home at nlent ISIS II st n w. 19,St
WANTKDliY t COLORED WOMEN NOT
afraid of work, employment, one to do
rtneral boosewotk, the other chamberwork
and waiting. Call or address MARTHA, oes
But n w SB St
WANTED-A SITUATION AH TKACIIKR
In a private family: country preferred;
can (Itc rood reference If required For par
tlcntars addres Mrj. C II . Thoroughfare.
ItrANTRD-SlTrATION AS PORTER.
Coeebman or Hnerrroan
Call or ad
dre DAVID. t llth i n w
Y7ANTBD-BY A IIBSPRCTAIlt.K. KX
V perlenced coloretl youth, a situation to
work around house or store; relercnco. Call
or aderen 1119 wh t n w 1 1 -H
WANTED- 11Y A 1IBSPKOTAI11.E WHITE
woman, a sttnation In a small family
to cook, WBfli and Iron. Address COOK, this
WANTED- DY TWO ItBSPBCTAIlt.E
girls, fltnntlons one as a cook the
other as a chambermaid and waitress In a
tmall private family. Address F II.. this
rAN1KD-HY A NEAT COLORED OIRL.
a place to do general housework for a
mall family In the eastern part of the city;
references, call at Mil c it n e. am
WANTED-BY YOUNO COLORED MAN.
aged is j ears, a pltce to work in a
bouse and drlre carriage and take oaie of a
horse Amlfpss IBrfO lib st n w 19.3t
AdtrrtUrtntntl vtuttr Ml lut,fMT Jier
Uh, SS ttntt per en4 biMrtien; SO cmb ftr irn.
ANTKD-M WIIOOL DBHKS at MARK
ham. Va. TAYU1R LAWW ISSt
ANTED-BY IXPERIKNCRD WASH
erwoman. washlnc and Ironing to do at
home. Call or addrrss 101 1 Temple are, bet
inn arti iam, ranii tusn w m it
WANTED-HORXBH TO PASTCRK AT
11 (leaerat Heale's farm at 13 per month;
bett of pasture, rannlng water aad plenty of
shade, with careful attention. Apply to gen
eral manager K. H LAFFKIITY. lOtb stand
La ave, or at tbe farm.
Telephone call. TOV
A FEW DXMR.BLE ROOMS, WITH
steam power, good elevator service and am
Glass janltorfblp. In tbe POnT UUILDINO,
for rest at low rate to first-cla tenant.
Apply to WILSON HLTCIIINS, 9M Post
llHlldlng. or FRANK MAGUIHE. Saperin
AdrcrUttmmtt umlcr UU luad, fnr timior
hit. . mH ftr aw iiurrHB; SO ctnltfer tAru.
OR 8ALE-T TWO-STORY NBW IIOUSB8.
miatb ob deferretl payment. Ob tbeso
term yoa can owu a boune a easy a you
can pay rest. UEHHON A RAUEY,
aut4t No. 1307 F.t. n w
ORCXD SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
DO YOU WANT A BNAI't
luat nip tnu HunrnrKu.dni ,4 t ,, w.
comprising nearly SUrtO fret of grouadaBd
among tbe most delightful elevation In
Georgetown, will be sold at a sacrifice if
takes soon Ttrm eaa be made satlsfac
tory; bat tbe property mutt be sold at onee.
Key at Mr C It. FwkHng' oaiee.Ulah st,
Georgetown Write to
L. O JOHNSON,
aattf ltlebardtTtlle. Va
FK SALE-1N ALEXANDRIA. 8-HOOM
frame boose, Jtwt BBlsblng; ardraatia
yard; tot ttxllS;uag borne; prtee, W, Ap
ply to ROBERT J. THOMAS, Room No. 2, 13
OH HALE-THREE OF THE CHEAPEST
hOBsea Is Washington. ldC. 106 and lie
mast no; two-itory aad oasoraeat, Brown
ttoae trimming; T room and bath; eleetrle
beU anji gas; price, UfiOO eaeb. 500 oath
balance to ealt or trade for Eod lot.
rOIC HUNT HOUSrW.
AdttrlumuH wuur IMt luati, AwAwier
gs4srg sOW VoAOtff "tPT VHf 04FvntsOtg ay fdfssiOtp r tmrfff
MU Ha ava, T n aad ttaUa f3M 00
Mil Oeaa ave. r 19 CO
W?MHw. ISO 00
IHHuaf.llH ... ItSW
rmOM.W.llH MM 00
rT4 Putnw.rS M 160 00
7SI43ttBW,MM .. bWIW
Laay atte aoaaM, ti 1. .
si e st w31.7 . .. . ssai
TIT tttk at a w. tt M. WS8
l-MCfeknktstBw.tt as. TSW
01 IHbtta w.ttr OS ST
iM.aatk.tBw mm saw
am Hilljer Mat. II sa SS &
uMXstBw.u r mm
MatXataw.MM . as ft
ISM S4AMticktea t, Sa. . was
114S rnaat a w. T at. . 4 tt
twftka aw. strand dw . as
l&3PtareaF4ie,ra.. 39 tt
ttt tttk at a w.t at.. . . tttt
tatSYate. tm . tttt
M14 ttth M a w. ( H .5tt
latitat at bw.sc -
Tba shew anaaas can be assmlnwl bypur
satt teaam our onto only
at a w
IHtK bALK MlSCItLIhHsMHi.
AJa4t4ULB-' bhb Lxnnt ikannnni. inattnT snsttnf ttn"
LTjT-. U-Cav 10 Ommlt tmW aanxsttnt.
bbi fttXtMaf eSsSr ttlntt WxttXtsFsXBInntsi - fJnXWattttBf tonxsaanB
f S fctL-t00DiU 1X1, UK Bltf xae
iisi m s.tax bhw 4uwjhu
I- ,!.., Ill, I. ! I..M ..M...... ,.l.k
rctoJk. P X . tt .Si t tt w a a
Taoa ill g-tjaktfMrTg uollxltiox of
1T saoiera andaacdaat ooUi.. a geoluai...-i
euUneataa aaat lasU
lud , lot Mb and
7SJsssaBmswi m m waansswsanr.
TXsBsVUt-aXBW4MTOf IMC UOHaS.
1" want and aanuts CaJ nia jotb t
X2fM aAHV-Oiil.1 aso-utuuT BAgtiilW
Jf . attoac. pkaototi boggy rallskto at.
aar. aiao uaa-uan road ettsxf
1; ajuat tml btabk. UM iai at
tX SALtV-A PbUNATB VAX1LY 1LL
t sell n bjsd inc bu ttur suatsd tur
i.oujje. bualBew ur tajiuly ixtx six. years old
tcu aaio' trisj mvio '" elacsJi! t u b .jj
tts. fete i-cUa.i- 5Ui ' rcr Ut. Jt :t
r KORfiB W. 8T1CJRHXT, Anetkmeer,
Bv vlrtna of a eartatn deed of trnt re
corded in liber Wo lrW. folio lt, ct se ona
of he land records for the Dtwrtrt of folam
bta. and at tha reonsjst of the partr sei-nrcd
thereny, we wjll oner rorsare re rront 01 mo
premises on MOSDAY, TUB TSTR DAY OF
AUGUST, at s o'clock p n. tin following
darrved re 1 estate situate In the roanty of
washrngt'tn. District or Columbia, and known
atid MserTheil a lot nirmbersd IT. m sertlon
3. of the subdivision Barry Farm mado
v ronaroy, jorm n bitbbs ami u u
Terms of sat- one third cash and Ihe bal
atrt In one (1) and two t) years, with Inter
est at the rate ot six m per centum pi-r an
nom, parable semi annually and scmred by
adeMPT tmst on the property sold, or all
qash at tire option ot tne purchaser $wn
deprsltat time of sale All eonreyanolng
and rvrwdrnf at pnrchaser's cost Terms to
b cwnwdled with In IS dats or nropertv will
be rcaom at risk and cost of defanitlag nnr
R L CALBOtm,
The above sale Is postponed to MONDAY,
AlotST tB, rm. atn amir and SJffle.
r. il CALBrHrN.
GROROB W. trriCKNBY. Atrettaneer,
sag p street.
tit virtn of two deads of true, one dated
Angnst IV Is", and the other Jaly W, l9,
and duly recorded epeetlrelyjn llherNo
ISIS, folio S8, et seq , and liber No 1STT, flli
. et sen. of the land records of the IMstnct
of Colnmbfa, and by the written request of
the parly swnred thereby, we will sell at
tnblloanrtion. In front of the premises, on
TUESDAT, AUOUST S". 1SW. St S o'clock p.
m , lot lettered "P" In U. Magntder's snNII
vision cf lots 10, It, IS and IS In sqnare anm
bered one hnridred and fifty two (IBSi In the
cltr ot Washington, D C , with the Improve
ments Terms- One half cash, balance In one year,
with Interest at 6 per cent, per nnnnm.ee
enred by deed of tmst on property sold, or
all ensh at option ot pnrehaser Deposit ot
$100 renulretl at time of sale Conveyancing
atexpemeof purchaser Terms of sale to
be complied with within ten days.
CHARLES E. FRASBR,
snlt eodJtds Trustees,
FOIt ltI3NT -ItOOMS.
AtrrtUrnmti tnJtr thlt ht4n fmrlinn or
tttt, SB etnli ftr on litttrtlen; W ctnUfer Utrtt.
OR RENT-a UNFITRNISHED ROOMS,
1st floor, front and baek. for lleht house
keeping, gas, bath, ete ; no children; refer
erences. irw F t n w Hit
Irion RENT-COOL, DELIGHTFUL ROOM.
' hardomclv furnlihed, In northwest,
second and third floors; on suite or single:
ourlcohlng Mcpherson Squire. Terms rea
sonahle lOlllMhstnw It
170R RKNT-1 UNFURNISHED ROOMS ON
.L the second floor; imtthern eTpnstire; new
house; private bath. Inquire Hit Kstnw
I7OR RENT-TO A t.KNTLEMAN, FINELY
; furnished second floor front room! south
ern exposure; 3 windows, awnings: furniture
and paper nearly new W per month In ad
vance p A st n w. . INSt
I?OR HBNT-NICBLY FCRNISHED ROOM
1 In private famllr; only to gentlemen;
nerr Patent and Pension offices. 119 Sth st
n w. 91-St.
OR RINT-S INFUHNI8UED ROOH.
AnnlrTOl Rhot e Iiland arenw. Kent
iarermoeth. at St
R RENT-CORN ER9TII 8T AND MASS.
ave. Urge alcelv furnished room wlili
lioanl, pleasant summer rooms, Kiithern
and eastern exposure; references txebangad.
I70R IlBNT-lIil F hT N W, 10 AND ID
' floors, nicely furnlabed, southern i-x
tosnre artl sxrellrnt table, near tho War,
State and Nary Departments, also table
board. Term reasonable lor the winter
TTOR RBNT-LAHdR. AIRY ROOMS, CEN
1' trally located suitable fur oBVes or
dressmaker; (Mortis. IlllU'.S Fstnw
I?0R RENT-SI8 9TII ST. f FURNISHED
i' front rims and 1 unfurnished room,
with ur without board, by a German family.
lOH RENT-1 FURNISHED HOOM. SUIT
able for man and wife or two slnvle
rentlrmen. with at s. bat and enkl water and
useol bath, etc IngulreatSIl Nstnw SOSt
1?OH HBNT-1W0 It ST, ON SOUAHB WEST
of War and Navy Departments, hand
tcaely furnUbed room, board if desire!.
I?OU RENT-TOT 8TII bT N W. UNFUR.
' or farnlsbeil Sd story front rooms; salt
able for married couple or two gaatleaxta
I?OR RENT-NICELY FURN1SHBD Rooms,
: with board; also two urge unfurnished
eommualeattng rooms SIT rath st a w. St
FR RENT-SBW F BT. HANDeOMB SUITE
of unfurnished rooma With board, also
table board; lefereaee given and required.
FR RENT- LABOE ROOMS, SBCONO
story front and baek. IS per moetb for
two, third noor. front and back, IS for two,
furnished or MntarnUbed; botMekaeptag al
lowed Jiuiinw. m
R RENT-ONE BLOCK FROM CAPITOL.
1 larve dellabtful room: fumUhud:
nurtb and south exposure; bay window, bath,
hot and cold water: with or without board.
Nefereaee. lttCstne. H.St
FR RBNT-COOUDBLIOHTFUL ROOMS,
haadiomely furnUbed. In north ret; At
aad 3d Boors, en mite or single; overlooking
McPbersoa bquare, term reasonable. MH
1Mb st n w. is.a
T?OH HENT-S LA HOE COMMUNICATING
J? UBfurnisbed rooms, closet, sewly paialod
and pasrd, light boateksstplBg; privata
family, rsfereaesM axebaaged. 1111 10th at.
FK RENT-FURNISMED-LANOB SEC
end story frost room, with alcove, two
cloMlaaod tlirxt window; Boobbtctioa to
light bontekeepingil desired. Apply slilltb
hb w. ' last
uuuvi, . rf,whr ur l u, ,v,u.
1 ssr ad. asnitstof Bufundsbad ruoau.
iocludisg kill bn, with ht aad oold water
and use oc bam room; an on um axr, also
store, Bieelj furoibd aad Uaktod iu all dl
rectloas, sattable for druegw, fancy or sta
tioasry and be ok store, new htMaa 1S.S
RBBT-NICBLY FUKNISKBD HOOM
ia srivate famllv: oaiv to
IB sta w
A asrsgrt oskffOmfffmtass WsskwSrir atOsf Asnssma Jptw (ft
Uh, "AmUt ftr 9iu UutrHtmi: SO etaU ftr (Ass.
LADIES OAK BE ACCOMMODATED WITH
nicely furnished room, with or ttithoat
board, iroud looalitv: where ao uoeMiuas are
aatad OoXFlDKllCS. tbt otu &. l
OW U THE TtME. WB WILL PAY
(Buiny"tor asau' amt-elaa mo-
aM-jBa aiasBmg. Aaoraaa or wut at
JT'iVTTPR nUs STND. SIS D at . w
OODNTKY KKAL HnTATK.
TTOBgALX ABOIT 17 ACHBB ON D OT
V a a extend ert. ou tba Una uf tko Bokiaa-
aouuers' Hum nauwav. ttaug a Bart
w&r. nalBir a naif
ru IBM '"- uf ine I&Le Chltif Inatlna CajLSM.
now eallud ' Bdgewood." a good opsortaaliy
for kevaator. Fur aartioalars. pnoa, ate .
laaaln of CHAFUi BSOWX. m U t a w.s
MttNKY Til LOAN.
TirOklKYTO-LOAkiQli HXAL BsJTATB OB
ltl trst-cutas smiarttla at twgt rate ot
mtaraat Xo iatay wbara saoarttjU! "-
' ast TtVst a w.
OXBT TO LOAM OX OOQ0 aasOOSITY.
tt) LOAM OH HXAL ktsTATti asWUBnTT,
at AXS tt ctarr.
ImmmI au-1 Sl.tAfcAaMiSj,
l14g I" gxVgtMk( MfH&bW rf HyttJstVstnfisMxP
(.'UataftaatOJkkCat OK ttXKtM.
S XL HUt CUM. K W UEiLlS FOX ALL
SbiU asd Terrllr li. iie L . are ops,
VISlOH OF BARRY FARM.
FOK SAI.IC AJtJt KKST
TtEAL BSTATB BTJLLBTtN
TTfOXAS B WAGWAXAy. 91T P street.
Changes tnarre Wsdusjadafs ami atnrdnv.
S-STORT BRICK ArTD WtAMB JWOTB TO
(WRsi s w.hh.l rs j(s5
Mitf, st w, bb, Trs
n.'3 soih st n w. f h, 9 rs, and rwaswa
rear.4resch 9 WW
nnrt tasiithstsw, bn,l, . . J-22
aao 151 t w, b h. s rs MS
imtotii tmar'saiSta w.hh, 4. . &.
ssi tossstM stntr, bb, 9rt i.?
lwvstnw.f b.8 .. .. ,
Alley bet Ctti and Tth. L and ft sta a w,
fh,4 rs 3JM
flOLstnw, b h. Trs sSW
SSnS el St a SV, hn,Trs ajps)
wiamt Manison t n. fk, ir s,en
stablam alley bet 15th and leth.K
4M and 4M RJdae st a w, f b 5 rs $.099
SsvnndSMSrsi.w, f h. 4rs a.tjj9
laiitthstnw, fh. 4rs tm
t stsw.bh. "i rs jJN
so sta w, f h. s rs . ... t.i
TOWS Cap st. h h, Irs 1100
WBallevbetr.snd H,h and fth st
BNiMrMYED PKOPBRTK FOR SAlVB.
Pa ave. bet Sth and Tth sta se MJ
IBth st, bet M and N sta n w ITS
Hthi. bet Land St sta n w 1 S9
B st. bet Sd and tthsts se IB
Smh st. bet N and O stsn w 1
44 st. bet NandOstssw 1 tt
Tthst ahoveffrnnt ave a w. 99
n ana t . nt and sist sts m
Monnt Pleasant 19
HOUBB8 FOR RENT.
Part of iwa fl at n w. IS rs 1W
StlBPstn w.Urs, fnr 8999
9Cstaw, Ixrs 95 so
ITlttath stnw, Mrs
116 N J avenw,9rs t9
OTJN.laten w, 9rs JO O)
SB N 3 are n w. 9rs tt 00
WIS IMn t n w. 10 rs
ITtTlSthstn w.Krt 99
HS4 Corcoran st n w, 18 rs , 15 W
HSSlSthM nw 99
1891 Vt ave n w. 9 rs T 38
TllSttnw.Srs 39 99
1914 M st n w. 8 rs 9399
Upper part 14KH'stn w.S rs
SIR 11 st n e. 8 rs
1009 U st n w. 6 rs 16 10
as Dcfrees at n w, 8 rs 16 90
110. 1IC4 it stne.firs 18 W
Slllstne.Crs 15 99
In sums to salt at 6 per cent.
Tho above Is only a portion of tho properly
on mr books. For full list oall at office for
bulletin, Issued on tbe 1st and lata.
T B. WAOCIAMAN.
FOR SEPTEMBER, 1890.
The citizen soldier has a
place of honor in Frank
Leslie's Popular Monthly
for September, the frontis
piece of which is a fine
equestrian portrait ot Colo
nel Daniel Appleton, Sev
enth Regiment, N. G. S. N.
Y. The paper, by Lieuten
ant A. C. Sharpe, U. S. A,
on "The National Guard of
the United States' is the
most concise, comprehensive
and interesting illustrated
magazine article on this
subject ever published.
W illiam Hosea Ballou gives
a graphic description of
"The Great Cotton Belt."
Captain J. S. Payne's thrill
ing article, "Campaigning
With Crook,' ' embodies a
tribute to the great Indian
fighter, and is a valuable
contribution to contempo
rary history. Other timely
and beautifully illustrated
articles, such as "Florence
and the Beatrice-Dante
Festival,'1 "The Green
Vaults of Dresden," by Airs,
Schuyler Van Rensselaer;
"The Adirondacks as They
Are," by Frederic G.
Mather, and "Some Poison
ous Plants," by Dr. L. B.
Fletcher, are among the
main attractions of this
specially interesting num
ber. There are, as usual,
short stories, poems, lit
erary aad descriptive es
says in abundance.
WEST END HOTEL,
Cottages and Restaurant.
Fttrlur concerts r.ry morning at 11 JB
'ctixk and Sunday evetiuic luaonru at UW
WItttf's Ciktfltri Sftsnta
dlfcjt and hksUiSiiraal a.,norl-
1 tne tMi oi any in or oat w
d.h k. HiLDwrra.
Uons Beach Hotcvl,
LOC astvta. L. L.
-On tlw Atlantic,"
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Louisiana State Lottery Co,
lnewi'onrtH ty thn tesrlslstwre frr t ' a
ttonat mr! charitable rmrrwses, anrl t -1 - a,
tlrtfse nratte a )trt 0 tksj prassnt State t ti
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Its GRAMD XXTMAORIMNART DRAW
IXtWI take place Pent Annually t Inne and
December), ami IU BRA3SD StKOLK NL M
DRKDRAWIMM take HMe laea.hcf tho
ntner (en mmttlM In tire year, antl are a.l
rfrnwn Im penlle,at tne Aeestntayof Mus
Sttrw OrleatM, La.
"We do hereby certify that we siuer -o
the ttrroanraat for nil the Month y eJ
FJeml Annnsl Drnwlnso( thelonlslan -'ali
tottery Co, tuitt ) person mninrc sri'l ' a
trot tbe drnwinirs thetBeetre, ami thattlo
same are conducted with honesty, fairness
and In mod faith toward alt parties, and wo
anthorlie the eonrstny tonse tbls eertlfkatc,
with fa similes of onr tlanatnrss alUcotJ,
In Its adrntlisiMta."
We tbe nadertlaned banks sad bankers
will pay all prises drawn In the Loo. ana
Ktste Lotteries which may be preeented at
K. M. WAI.MBt.KY, Pres't Ia. Nat Bank,
r. LANAVX, rres't state Nat. But
A. RALDWIN. rres't N O Nat. Bank,
t AHL X01IN, I'res't Union Nat. Bank
WILL TAKR TLACX AT TUU
mm Tickets ai Ul Haives, S10i
Ouaifers, S5: Teaiks, ll
LIST OF PRIZES:
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