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THE DAILY CRITIC, MOJH-DAtf EVENING, PErTKMHEK 15, 1P90.
THE WAR OP WORDS IS THE
the mtk mm m warn.
There Ww it Stumr (ftftfitlti of
the Rifrigifttor Gfcq,
BUT NONE OF THE CLERKS OWNED STH5K.
Pension Office OfTkite a Um Stead
Mr. Goepw's Mart to tam a
Althotich tbe ItMtm InmtlsBttton
was prncthsMly elosL SntHrtJey when
the comniMw deckled tt wttiki be Is
cxpllent to examine all tbe clerks In
the Pension Office, the committee met
again this morning, as It was tinlreu to
nek Sir. Cooper certain questional
Sir. Cooper was asked by Judge Saw
yer If it was not the duty of the Com
missioner to make such rules and orders
as would tend to expedite the adjudica
tion of all completed cases?
Mr. Cooper replied that It was not a
fair (lucstlon ami tlmt ho could not an
swer it without qualification.
A colloquy occurred between Mr.
Cooper and Judge Sawyer, In which
Mr. Cooper said he would not allow
Judge Sawyer to dictate his answers.
Another question propounded by
Judge Sawyer was answered by Mr.
Cooper to tlio effect that tho existing
orders at tho Pension Office tended more
to the benefit of attorneys having eases
than the number of cases adjudicated,
lie Claimed that
PAHTIAL1TT AND FAVORITISM
had been shown by vlrtuo of the order.
There being no other wltneesos pres
ent at the times Mr. Cooper road a tele
cram that he had received from George
I). Fleming, the nowspapor correspond
ent, who will be present to testify to
morrow. Mr. Cooper asked Judge 'Wilson about
the allowances that had been mado to
Captain Lemon for seven or eight
months prior to February 3.
Judgo Wilson replied that he had
tccn Captain Lemon, and that ho Was at
work getting the papers ready.
Commissioner liaum asked that the
testimony of tho superintendents and
beads of departments of tho Pension
Bureau be taken to show that no favor
itism or partiality had becu shown to
employes. The suggestion elicited a
Jtuljre Wilson tatd that he wished
the evidence taken for the sake of
CAITAIN I. EM ON.
Mr Cooper, he said, had preferred
charges against Captain Lemon. 11a
(Ju'lgo Wilson) said he wished to make
it Impossible for Mr. Cooper to stand
upon the floor of the Houe and make
rharsrs against Captain Lemon that
favoritism had beeu shown him. He
wished to clow Mr. Cooper's mouth by
evidence of parties who know best
whether or not favoritism was shown.
He wished to have the best testimony
obtainable in the matter.
A resolution was adopted to take the
Mr. Cooper asked Commissioner
Itauni If thcro was a tub-corpomllon of
the Kcfilgvrator Company In the Dis
trict. Commissioner Itaum replied that there
.bad been a local corporation formed
with n capital sto:k of $500,000 under
the laws of Virginia, with Richard W.
Tyler prosldont, ami Bradley Tanner
secretary, .iir. Tanuor. lie saw, was
Lis stenographer and had ohe suaro in
Tbe sub corporation had Ave stock
holders of 100; Mr. Tanner's stock
was complimentary ami he had paid
nothing for It. Tbe local company was
organised to assist the Universal Re
frigerator Company, but no shares had
as yet been offered for sale.
Mr, Cooper arose to read a letter hav
ing reference to a suit brought la tbe
United States Circuit Court by II. Ii.
Chapln of New York against Frank II.
Smith, in which Mr. Chapln charges
that Smith obtained $50,000 from
FRAUDULENT B8FR IRNTATIOKS
concerning the refrigerator patent.
Mr. Cooper asked that Sir. Chapln
should bo subpamed as a witness.
Commisstoaer Rauta objected to the
reading of tbe letter which be said had
only been Introduced to injure him and
It was decided to dispense with tbe
reading of tbe letter, but tbe u ittee
was in favor of hearing tl . testlw ty
cf Mr Chapln.
Tbe officials of the F nsioa Office
having entered tbe room. Chief Clerk
Fltber was csamlaed, aud teati al that
tn bis own knowledge bo favoritism
bad bees shown to any attorney.
A recess was taken to allow tbe eiw
u ittee to answer roll-call.
Afttr recess the testimony of Chief
CUrk Fisher was reeuBMd. lie thought
that order 148 and IS) as to the oat
pitted files leaded to an ieeuaaae of a
larger number of certitteates. The
witutts said he owned bo stock Ib the
Universal Raft Iterator Coupeey awl
knew no oa who bad.
Mr. Cooaer What Is tho name of
tub-corporation casuj ay hi the Dis
C'o lk a 1U The Columbia
Vol erssl Reisitjetaiar Com pa ay.
v. M. -!JUi.
rltrk of the tiioiasi-ri IMvUioa,
was called a tastitiail Ui he
knew of no favoritism that had baaa
shown to any auoiaey. He had ao In
terest in either of the refrigerator con
pastes. He would be certain to know
if any favoritsssa had bees shows to
cbUf of the Va.lara WvWea, Inatitol
that la h-iMvtaioa ao tavnssiiim aaa
been shews to Cardans Test-, or aay
oiberpt ; he wauU have kavtswa ft
bad it occurs i.
J K. Yarn Mater. Dr. Iagtaw ael
Examiner Bu rsaf gave imsliewe to
h same eSeet
JasneeAor J Mlela Ks.Hfmilas,
InspecUx of Builoiag Faswhto has
subsisted the fc-owta esrtasslw iv
the yar -u June W, liaa: B-rew-a
of the Inepaosof of rVuthHegs'
t Hi i, iiMiiuHag salaries sad iaeUlea!
upcasts. fl8.lte.5W; Keaatw to semooi
bulUlin, faO.tWO, poUce sUlioa, JSS,-
IKAI tfft vBjrilifl hjTIlalU fill.. Miff' Iffr
Louse. l.g7aaj acaat. fat Pokmsb
i.uxi. HUD. Dsauit BottoW. IStW.
Jy. t . fee i
The temper ode people of the IX trie t
i,L.l Lt be siartut.il at the scent ut ly
1 j.. u.b ' ui li.,uor 1 iocs cl
by ibt. CuwiiWuucis Mnuv of thaA
an Lvl sew likUMMi but Uihfuijf tuna
Ki trutu oat place of bttautea to
ii, air U.h already has a Uooe,
.1 Fidtuu of kucb tratukfvr does not
, .law tt-ittta. tki. Lumbct o
IN TBE ALEXANDRIA DISTRICT.
The KtpnbTtefiM ViMeeirtett Whether
In rtmtiii n CnmllUate or ft.
Tire Elghtl Wr!t of Virginia Re
Ttibllcan conventloii will be hM at
Mbs, Thursday next. Tire follow
ing delegates were selected at a eon
Tetlon held Saturday afrenroon at
Blouse Hall, Alexandria, to represent
that part of tire district at the eotrren
trM: Messrs L. W. Corbett, 3. H.
Harrtenn, C. Thompson, R. T.
LticM, Al Lucas and I. C. O'JTelll,
As a result of the dissatisfaction over
the primaries a defeated faction of the
party In the fourth ward, under the
readership of John Green, who was de
feated for the LesMatnre lastlall hj
Frank Hume, threaten to carry thefr
grievances to the twrwttM. Ore!
favors the nomination of a nralt hint
Republican to make the flht against
General Lee, while the Alexandria dele
gation favors an adjournment without
a nomination, thus opening the way for
Mr. Frank Hume as an Independent
candidate. The Republicans seem to
think that, hould the Manassas conven
veniion make no nomination. Mr. Hume
would announce himself as a candidate.
Several Republicans have been can
vassing the district for the nomination
rt S. P. Itotley, jr., of Alexandria and
I. P. llaldwln of Manassas. It Is
thought that the colored men will take
no interest in the Manassas convention
as It Is said to bo a "white man's affair."
If they do take part In the convention
for either candidate it will be under a
pledge that the colored man shall have
ids share of the spoils. This applies to
Mr. Hume as well as the Republican
The Colnmbln Horn Dofent tlio Mor
Jersey Athletic Team,
The "blue and white" of the Colum
bia Athletic Club went to the front with
a rush last Salurdayln the ball game
with tho New Jersey Athletic team for
the Eastern championship of the Ama
teur Athletic Union. The visitors were
sanguine of success, as they had had an
easy victory In tho preceding game,
but the best laid plans of ball players
at times go wrong, and Saturday wa
one of tho days when the plans did not
work to suit the Jerscy!te.
Owing to the threatening weather
only a small crowd witnessed the game,
um luose wno iook tuc cuances of a
wetting were well repaid by the mag
nlflccnt game they saw. It was replcto
With clever plays and exciting sltua
tlons. Walsh pitched for tbe local team
and although his delivery was batted
more freely than that of Monk's, he re
ceived better support.
Tho visitors made two runs In the
first inning and hold the lead until the
sixth Inning whon the Columbia boys
made flvo runs, the only ones they
scored, and won the game, as the Jersey
men could only get one other nun
around the bases thereafter.
The deciding game of the series will
be played within a short time at a place
to bo agreed upon hereafter, probably
Richard Morgan, the retired oarsmto.
will probably accent the otter made by
George Homier, tho wotl-known oan
man now with tbe "Dark Secret" Com
pany, to row any local man for fl00 a
side. It has been a good while sines
Mr. Morgan has pulled in a race but be
believes that with a few day's practice
he could do as well as ever. A meet
ing will probably be held to day or to
morrow tp arrange for a race.
MR. LIPSCOMB RESIGNS.
The DUtrlct r.ro an Able un.l Vlcl
Assistant District Attorney Andrew
A. Lipscomb has tendered his resigna
tion to District Attorney Hoge, to take
effect October l, or sooner, It Judge
Hoge shall determine on his sucoeesor.
Mr. Lipscomb leaves the position to re
sume the practice of law, and also to
devote his tlmo to the development
of suburban property, la wbleh
he Is largely Interested. He
has been coenscted with tbe
district attorney's olHce for some years
and has achieved an enviable reputation
as a brilliant and successful prosecu
tor. It is understood that Mr. Howard
Clagett, clerk of the Police Court, will
be his successor.
LIU Mavolver Out lllm la Trouble.
Yesterday afternoon Kdward Dicker
son and John King had a quarrel on
the corner of Twelfth street and Ver
mont avenue. King became so exeited
that he drew a revolver atul threatened
to shoot Dlckerson. Ottieer Blalsdeil
arrested him and put hlai la a cell In
tbe Fifth street station. He was
charged both with threats and carrying
In tbe Police Court to-day It was
shown that King was a bub of ex
citable character, and that he used the
pistol at a house when he was a watch
man. "That was ao reaeoa for bias to stow
It oa the street as be did." sakl Judge
Miller. "I will iaspose the lowest floe
Tbe Uareuef' Kesuirt,
Coroner D. C. PsUetsoa toniiy sub
mitted his aaaual report to the Cosa
BtiaeioDcrs. q'jje rve(M t shows that 579
deaths occurred durfasg the year of
which 498 were colored. There were
1W suicides. 13 howlddee, S iafaaii
eides sad 3U1 froea disease. Of the
latter 5T were frotu zymotic diseases
96 coaatitirtloBal, 153 local, U develop
mental, 147 violence, 7a still birth and
8 unknown. Tbe coroner' estlasate
f or tbe otacial year ending June St,
lWtt includes $2,001) for the cotoaar's
salary, f 1,000 for eoatiageat ex pease
of hie deoaHasaat aad 9Hst for the
t of the hoi
lfcutUac it Out IMttMMlj.
fium ttu Amtikmt Unmv.
Facetious Culprit Qiautst the dose
gently, Yer Hoaor. I haw heart dis
ease, ansl the it1 her iadae oitaa tlsuusi
Ilia Hoaor-1 shall for his se
aawal ftsta Use beaca. You asaw ve
ifctfty at Use very hast.
A. Master r TSum.
''H.QW klMgf IfcM Ytiflflit lattMsMsattf btiafal
WeBflatataX Ml tlla? aMMll4 ,l g
asaghaw weal eajaf. aatl he's
ht iseaevbtai a )wae.
M.i I. I i - ii in,. i, i ,
A inliitrlflrr -"--
What's tMer-' '-Taafe 9W tm
uS uSMr " "U.J T ' a ...i.x
that's a .'' Yg it hv It's coa-
B ' U J mm
SSST -" 5HB
I IssaMssV sfalsT Om IssssssdaUksss.
Asa vhlte he (ScoimmmI his ''"
Wag, (ae wUm Jhwogsrt bw jie.
a sasr aeaeaee
truaitkt. tlu.jcitJ B'aiUir.
sue itni-arai coiumui no ineiii
LKoukaowld be wiiluig to give
Ub .ais of my UU ii I s tv.Li
PETS OF FAMOUS MEN.
THe Fmie ainny or Thea MAM-
fWteM ftn Unmb CrrrrS
FgM Putt In Cilertqo Aw.
A volniM could be filled with falat
estlfig netmllTW of the fondness) inert
festerl by famous men and wowet fVrt
pets among dnmb creatures . Robw
pftrre, tbe Woodiest of wretches, bsvl a
rennlne neeslon for doves and pigeons;
Sit Is Newton dallied with a (et
poottle: Dick 'Wliiltlntton's cat Is Im
mortal; Addison confessed to a love for
birds, and so did Victor lingo (and
some of Hugo's sweetest lyrics are of
birds); 8eott enjoyed dogs as much as
Goethe (tb beat wees creature) hated
them; Bhsaarck, too, is an enthusiastic
dog ftteleti tb British queen makes
pampMtn pets of Jersey rows; one of
our ex Presidents Is devoted to rxmltry,
Henry Irvlna's constant attendant Is i
foxhound: Modjeska nseil to carry two
ret alligators with her. Sarah Bern
hardt become devoted to a tiger whelp:
Gladstone wept like a child when his
famous parrot died: Stoddard, the poet,
is devoted to a little blind terrier;
Julian Hawthorne has a pet crow and a
hawk that dwell In harmony together,
Alexander loved his horse as madly as
many men at the present time love that
most faithful of brats servitors; George
Francis Train feeds sparrows, and,
when he visited Carlsbad many years
ago, Schiller used to wander beside the
Tcpl and throw bread crumbs to the
perch and trout In that pretty stream;
Watts had a pet magpie which he tried
for many years to break of the vice of
stealing; Father Prout petted chickens,
and John Wilson doted on the horse;
James Hogg had always a dog with
him, and so did Hogarth and Reubens;
Sam Johnson avowed a predilection for
cats, so did Goldsmith and bo did Leigh
Hunt; Ottlila has a parrot, and Hannah
More was as fond of her bullfinch as
Harriet Martlneau was of her purring
tabby. "When he was a tailor In Ten
nessee Andy Johnson made much of a
pet coon, and General Graut's favorite
was n stanch saddle-horse. Needier
loved canary birds; tbe charming wife
of ex President Cleveland became much
attached to n marmoset; the same robin
has nested In Whlltler's orchard for
many years. The lalo Henry Grady of
Georgia had an exceeding fondness for
Newfoundland dogs; Pattl has a mon
strous St. Bernard, and Almee used to
carry a miniature terrier with her on
her tours. And so the Hit might be ex
tended column after column. One of
the prettiest little books for children Is
Grace Greenwood's "History of My
Pets," ami the child Is to be pitied who
has not wept over the touching story of
Ilab and his frlonds.
1 1 i
A Deaplteil Spnrrotr.
m M Dwfen Trantcript.
I am not a careless or casual observer
of nature, but a close one rather, and
have been for the last two score years
and since the English sparrow came to
this country, and particularly since the
cruel war against him began to be
waged. I have watched his habits and
proclivities, and I have never seen lilin
dclng aught amiss. I have seen him
busliy destroying caterpillars and
grubs on trees and shrubs; I have seen
him sharing with blue birds, robins
and native sparrows the food that
nature ami my own hands provided for
the birds frequenting my home, and I
have teen him pugnacious only with
his own kindred. I believe he does
tnueh more good than 111. ami the trees,
in town and country, wherever he has
found lodgment, bear their own testi
mony to the above.
It IVoulil lie Hotter.
from the Sew York Jlrralii.
Minister Will you keep thla woman
In sickness and in health so long as you
both shall live?
Backwoods Bridegroom Lookeehur.
preaeher, wouldn't It be better ter
promise ter keep 'crln lots 'o grub lastld
.Seelnc tlio Dlirereuce.
M a 1tfUlpMa TUU4.
Another difference between aa eye
glass and a glass-eye is that while one
Is supposed to be seen through the
other is not.
Jim Her I.urk.
from tH J'kUJl0lH linn.
"Do you think marriage is a failure,
"I regret to say that up to the present
I haven't had a chance to tiad out.
( PMUMpAte 11m.
If, as some say, It is a great mis
fortune to be born rich, a considerable
crowd of us have certainly a good
foundation to start la on.
A Ureum al i"alr Wuuiea,
TeoBjsoH, la 10 exquisite poem, dreams
of a Meg jWocn.tlou of lovely wooien or
ages past, This l all very well, but tbe
laureate wottU bare doae tbe worbi a
gfatr service. It he bail only toll tbe
wcueu ot tbe present bow they could im
prove their beullh and eatuutce their
rbaiuu. Tbl be migbt euil; bare done
by i aeota mending the ue o( Dr. rHeree's
nvettte FreseripUea. Health u tbe best
fritiui o beauty, sed tbe ioBumerable ill
to wbkh wotacD are (wvuUui; subjact, tu
went eaeiuies. Long txperieaee tu
proven tbat the health ot woouahiad aad
tbe "Favorite Prescription" walk haud in
hand and are tutopariible. It U tbe only
uedicilM! lor owes, kohl by drugirUts,
uiUr a iMJttiiie ,juiirauU from the utaau
rwtuiei tkul it will give sasitfactioa la
very case, or moaey U1 be refunded.
ThM guarantee has been printed oa the
tettle-wrapper, and iatthluUy carried out
for many .
FINANCIAL AN! COMMERCIAL
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Light Id, S Itt). U. . I
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W&W, WB, W. X a. Coavertible, ft,
-; Masosas UaU Ass's. '. O Whi, 101;
Wash. Market Co 1st Mort.. , lie-.
Wash. Market Co., Imu.. ', lit; ii'd &
eaboard Co.. , CHW, ; Waa. U.
ieiatttry, 1st, W, HaM. OT. Wiuh. U. 1b
taatry, , ?, WH, W; Waaa. Oaa Lbzht
Ctk.aar. A,s?. i:; War. 8aa UaatCoT,
4er. i, ', UUi . Sygleaie Ice Umpaay.Ut
Siort., ee, ; laierkaa Security aad
Xetloaai aaak ittoske fcea or Waeh
aetoB. isa, Xaak ot Kaoublie, 365; Hette
elite, aH), CeatxaL DW; Seceai. aa
Panaew aa4 Mechaaice. 1ST; Ctttaetuy,
Utk rtutabia. IdO. CajittaL U. West
Eiaa. W; TreJew', W, Uacola. U-
awess wiaamaiMi see
. .Hetaottotaaa. tfiik Co-
Tl: CacUol sal Korth U atre.
eHk Mcitsiastoa sad nVikMhers ifmm t,
taaargetowa ae Tesuuwyaome, si, magur
laanrsnra atnrlis Itrwnwi'i -ti. ftaalr.
aa, tfe; jjesrouoMtaa. 75, Xataeaal UaJaa,
SO; irttwtoa, 170, Corcoraa. , Cobtav
Ua, UU: gertJaa-ABhirteaa 176; Votoutas,
81k Waw, 6, ?ool' ii MucoU. 5.
Tltlgl mi nflr k4aCk' iisiaU Batilitt
flat east Ulartiar Uyat itocts Wuh'nf-
TeWaaae iluetaJtaasiiiaaia. SS,
aaa jrososaafii w. asaarTiraf
uoue Hlocka. WaahlBntOB Mar
ket Co., W,i Vasetactoa strkk Xadtiaa
Co., 3m &t falla Ice Co., W, u4
baa fiiawssst Co., , MsSirmif Sate Oer
mate, i, Waebiagtoa bate OetHMii, l
WudUngtus Loa and Truat Co., -ki sla
ttusud T)puuahte, , Mcri)tblcr, 7
FbcbjaaUc Sua Carruuc, i. AuuncB
Bacurit and Trust Co , . t '- o'o H.'.
Hj(lcbk' In Cu.. - i.L... Ov ait
,tw..i,i.g Co , -
A TRFO OF FAILF1 mh
. twKrr rfv rjtp KeenttlS Strew a
9trttj nranptntr rt etttn.
Frrm tji mtxtttphttt
'PriHr cases often iaove bt tl
wMt m:' retnarlted a pwlt gn J
terdey, and then be told how frequent
It was a trln of drowaWtf8 swaeewl
one another or for tlM saae unlwebf
run tier to measure otter disettew.
'Within a week reeentlf," sM bt),
"there were fomwl within the park
three hardened jowog glrh wboee ca
reers were ptobawy not fat dtssfiailat
and mlebt serve as a warning."
On August 86 a yonng girl was ar
rested, sbe had been lounging ab-mt
for some days, and wee closely watched.
Upon the date above mentioned tbe
Cantata of tbe Guard thtnklnc ber race
was about mn. had her brought in and
tent to the almshouse. Sbe used to get
behind bushes off 01 rani avenue and
apparently watch tbe street cars a
though anxiously looking for some one
She was lying asleep on a bench when
airested, her nat, wrap and pocketbook
being on another bench some distance
away. She was apparently 16 years of
age, and It Is probable a case of obstet
rics will ensue.
On tbe 39th a girl about 17 was found
asleep in a wagon under a bed. where
he had probably been lying all that
day It was 6 p. m. when she was dis
coveredand all the previous night.
Her flesh was very cold, and she was
wrapped In a blanket and hurried to
Blocklcy. A few days afterward a
young man called to mahe Inquiry. He
said he made the acquaintance of tbe
girl In Harford County. Md. He saw
her In the park, and went home to ob
tain clothing for her from his mother
ami sister, and when he returned the
girl was gone. His story was given no
On September 1 n girl was found In
the thickets with three young men.
She was beastly drunk, but her com
panions managed to escape for the time
being. They were stHiequently brought
in on warrants. The father of tbe girl
was sent for tbe following morning, and
upon being told the circumstances he
burst Into tears and remained uncon
solable for some time. The girl had
insisted upon being 13 years old. Her
father said she was IS, but sbe plunged
Into a reckless, hardened life.
YVIint la ltcnlly Menleit.
Frm tht ntMmrg Itfpaltk.
The use of gentian Is recommended
as a cure for blushing, lint a caretul
Investigation falls to disclose any gen
eral need for such a specific. If some
bcntrlclcnt herb could be discovered
which will cure the disease of not blush
ing It might be found to be of great use
In political and financial circles.
Knte lltona Kncellonit,
It reminds me of our Irish friend who
tried to tell off on his ringers the four
friends at his sister's wake: "Mike
Maglnols was wan. and the two
O'Lcary's was two, and Barney Flynn
was thrte now, who was the other
Very IJxcltntvn I'ntiitoeg,
From tS .Vi Vork ItWty.
Mrs. Fourundrctl (to ber steward) I
think this charge for new potatoes In
the Mil outrageous.
Steward (apologetically) Please,
mum, they waa raised hon Wsnl Mc
Allister's farm, mum. They his very
hexuluslve potatoes, mum.
Tlio Old, Old Kxour.0.
M M SI. lonlt HtpnUU.
While the surgeons are picking the
shot out of Senator Quay, Congressman
Kennedy is being forced to tbe pitiful
expedient of pretending that he went
en without knowing he was loaded.
No Wit lluoou.
from Ik St. Paul rtomtr fru.
Ignatius Donnelly declares that he
was "an eminent roan before tbe Partn
ers' Alliance was born." So was
Tbe r.rrcot at Hull It.
J'rrwt Um yiUgmU JtaHtor.
Seller to passengers on ocean steamer,
formerly a railway conductor:
"Step lively, please. All out for
from UU Dallu I Tutu) .Vir.
In large families It has been found
tbat theollve branch of peaee Is not equal
to tbe well matured hickory yearling.
CQaitied ana Died.
Md.. oa Wedseeday, September M, 181, by
the Kev. K. 0,lu Udridae, Mr. J. F. Aaaea to
Hit Llxaie Aebeabeeh. No sards.
ut IS. lse,ln lev r,rtiieh.MyL amgie
te W. II. Morris, both or Wahlaatoa, it. c.
wiTH-At u m a. m., seembfr is. i
MINNIK C. helmed wife of Jem F. "-nita
cd tUuur ut tbe late J U. ItetiUl. alter it
KiUSAV-At tbe re-ldeee or Mr. M
Heew,at VK a- m-.tetiuday, SetitetatMr IX
13. ot iieafmjaiaKATtK SaUuXii, U the
Fnaeral rro The resVleaee or Mr. M.
BetdeVXo. lSHB ttreet aeHbMtt HotuUj.
September IS. at I b h. Friend and -MttklBlaoc
axe repeUuUy laviled to t
cjkhy-Ob Saturday, Septeavber is um.
PAULIKK. child of Mr. aad Ur. Albert Crry,
aged IS mosths
8VMBJrTT-Oe September IS. 1S09, JiIN ii.
BVEKSTT, la the UM year ut hi aste, alter a
MtGWft-iuddetdy, BepSemher IS, MM, at
beloved daoflMef ot Jataea V. aad L. A Mo-
ciortlK-Jaddenlf uaUv atorawjr of
bruacbial aemorrlwe, QKMtBAt MBS s.
Fuaeril WedoMUar n'tetouoa at I o'cloc.
from tbe MemuiUl lAtfaeraa Church, four
teasth and Ytimont aveaae.
1 nd Foot walks. -Omce of Public auit 1
leg aad tirooad. War nepartment. Wa-h
iBjrtoB. O. C. hept. M. MS. jeajed propoea .
iaduplieate. will be :ruived t tbJ oa
UlitU Bca eXTVUDXX. SWTBMBSK Jt.
tetiO, (or i-uaatiitfrtaa .iuf yard, more t
1cm, ul aphalt paveaaest. 1.MW w4uare yro ,
mere or tau. of aaphalt wal.. aad
for repairing l.sot Miuare yard, mur
cr ices, of asphalt walks t the pub ic
grouod. Auentton b tnvked to Act ol t'uo
teres approved February SB, lass, aad Febru
arv S. bar. vol 3a, pace an, and vol. Si, p
tit. Statute at Large Form and peouic
tioB can be nhlihiail at thi omoe Tbe
Vsdtad atate reerv therbrht to reject aui
sridallpropofal. fi. H XKbVr, Cuhmel l'
TltUrXMAU OJt KLBL.-U. . tUAsT
J. ajdaeotlet.k; Bur vey Cmtue. Wsahuyitou.
aaptemher 5, tsaa healed propvMal wi!l "..;
received at thi omoe uaUl oxiock u. u '-
TVI'IUWAY. SPTSaUagJK U. lM. .ui
opeced ImBiedlattly tbereatter is the it
tscceof bidder, for lamlithlai twohnudrc i
aad thirtv bttoi tuu beat uoaBiy White v5:.
Furuaue eJoai. tea (Mi tou boat uualUy arum.
Ah Stove Coal. ewu t?) oofd beat uu.' ty
Pise Wood, aawed once, aad two (- - rJ
het uaaJsty body Hickory Wood- saaed a -The
fuel w be delivered uhieot to the pr.
vlaiua of aecttoa ini of the bWried aeo.i
of the lulted States, aad atucat) la the - '
of tbla uflice. Awrdi wul be Oiede. it ei i
Item, to the beat bidder tor eaob kern o.a 1
tbe right U reserved to reject say or U Ml--aod
to waive any defect, rurm tr ,
poaal ill be iumtniirtil oa appujaii"u " ,b
otaee. Snvetupe to be ladoMed "Pr- . .U-
for FUtfl." aad adueaaed to the 4uira'i. 1
eat of the 'oa.-t and CieodetU. survey. ''
UiiUm.D.e T. C-MgatJMUUiALL. u ,vr .
teadeBX wmi u) ' '
GOMatLaaiUhtlUt OF UXKAW.
S Hi HY tvM'K OF UU1W Vviii 1 . L
atalv and TurrlUiriiU. A La. wc .L
I NOT HARD TO LEARN.
The Oawft, im Itlryeie awd the nvart
' Frmnlhr n-am TTrrtiM.
I s'pose If I sb iM try to ride that
marblne Id break rv blamed nk,"
said a pawky looking f --How sluing on
tbe dry s-oods bo In troijt of a country
store (11 he loo at tbe Wcyele blrb
oliy wheelman o a tour bad leaned
againM tbe hltchlne- rack. rmemnrtoTT
I to iriqulrlng for a bottle of tod pop.
no vou wouldn't, ' npma tire
Mcycler, winking at tbe bystaadera.
"Tt tbe easiest thing rtt Um World to
do. Anybody can rifle e of tbese
machines If hi only tbtftiks so."
"I want to kaow," exclaimed tbe
gawky-lonktng MvW. "D'ye tblnk I
could stay on It If I tr M"
"I know you conbl."
"An' make her got"
"SMio! You're trTm to fool me,"
"Don't yon waat to Itt Itf
Ami the tourist In knickerbockers
winked slyly once more at tbe Interested
"How do you keen from fallln' off tbe
"All you've to do Is to climb on, start
It going and keep going. Take it out
and get on."
The gawky chap climbed down from
the dry goods box, shut up bis jack
knife ami nut It in bis pockets took
hold of the bicycle awkwardly, and
trundled It out to the middle of the
"It Isn't quite as good a one as I've
got at home," be sabl, as he mounted It
and started down the road at a rattling
pace, "but 1 can follow directions on It.
I can start It and keep It going. It's
only four miles to tbe next town. I'll
be walling yoti rfl the pump.' Good by."
And , the smart young tourist in
knlckctboekcrs trudged after him on
HOCHDAT.B CaOPBRATIVB 81)
t"Mv. Vambnm of Uile aoofotT In tm-
wttrm of tbe trade card to Ari,ft, IWt, and
mtereteo in the matter or coat ami wend
should rail nn the onderohroed before (Krro
ItKR T for Information, eto.: A. T. Lonely, KM
Astnc. Aar'1 IMm Smith Thompson. 1
f t n w, R. ard p. OIt, War Pepu t,. Van
iltbof,WI irvaobM, Bit. tat,: K C. Fw
eett. 6CS Mm ave n e, Fourth Aihl. off t .1. 8.
Mifabc.a 3d t n e. r. O. Tlept , tl. W. Smith,
miiat'w.tj.M. fi.'s off.; L F. Hunt, llio
Sst n w. Sixth And off.; L. K. tlrldley, 70S
I. t n w. Btn'a off , Treus,; John Morrlwi,
41) K st a w. Pension off I l)r. Joepb -louy.
I8 Pa. ave n w, flanr, (Hn.'n off.; hVlwjrd
Pallnn. m tl st a e.Ony. Pra'K off.; J W.
narha.Sirtn w, Cah Hoom. Treas. Ity
order of tbe commute. J. W. HAHHIIA.SVc
THK MUNCH BALTIMONg MUIKT
Fotmerly loeatat at leal F st. n. w.,
Witt Heepea at
S81 N1XTH STRBBT NORTUWKST,
Mear Xw York ave.,
OM BBPTMMBXtt 14,
With a Fall and Oomptete LhM of
Under tbe Management of Two"Old -Timers,"
S.n. BM.SXT ami J 08 I'll It. IHBt.AXl).
CS-TMPORAHy OFFICE OF T8Jt
WASHIWeVroS WAN AND TRUST
Tht eompany Iwnes Fwrtlftaates of dspoxlt
beerlBg latere! as follows; On ail amounu
derotfted for ninety day or more, but let
than six month. S pr cent, per annum; H
per cent, on depuvlts for more than atx
moath. nut lets than a year and percent.
ob depolu of one year or loneer.
ffenred iBVpttmeati for sale.
W. B. MOfiieON. (ia. B. U. WAHXIH. Pre.
John T. Arm. (leor K. Sohafer.
L'herle H. halley, John A. Hamilton,
James I,. Barbour, Thomaa Soorvllle,
Oeort S. Rartol, John A. Swore,
Horace S. CummlBS, J. 8- Swornutedt,
J. J. DarllBtftoB, llatteraley W. Talbott,
John Joy KdaoB. cieonre Tnlell,
Charle J. Faulkner, tl. II. Warner,
Albert f. Fox. A. A. WUios,
O. c. tHeen. L. . Wine,
WUImm . Garley. 6. W. Wood wM,
JehaSTLarser, Chas. Ileal. Wllhtasea,
A. s. Worthlwtum.
will remove objeetieeabte hair frem the face
Sad arm Ib tea minute without Injury to
the moat delicate Am.
feat anywhere oa receipt of price. Head
stamp for ainmlar.
XBW YORK TOILET CO..
Pa. ave and 13th it .
Washington. P. C.
KSarFillrT RELIEVED. DR.WniTK,
KM Peaaa. ave., oacxwHe Wllurd's Hotel.
TVoaaaad from far and near vialt Dr. White'
eiabUhmat for relief from and avoidants
of corn, baalou, dbwaaed Bails aad all
t ber foot trouble Hour. It. m. to S p.m.
beseay. s to l eaaee fee, 1 per viu ror
iBt Una t he feet la good order- KatablUbed,
Kjy WAHlNOTON SAFE DBfOBlT CO.,
e3-7 SIS aad SIS Pennsylvania arenas.
Roems Ire and bMgur proof, aad all above
ateaad, paitlcular ly adapted for the storaee
of fnrBitate, plctare. ie. auie-Un
BY (XJNGHIHB 114
FKAXKI.1.V JKSUKAKCK CO.
Of WAaBiyeFroK, O. 0.
CAPITAL iVB SURPIVH. ttaMCa. Ma
sever orteted a lot by Sre.bt always
awae Ptompt ana naerai aejeismjmi. or
Daniel B. nark., piea'i: Georee B. Tamna
viee-prest; caarle S. Nradleytrea ;l. Fen
wan name, amry. wm r,
P3tr"1HY MOT HAVE TUCK SHIitTC
made by oas of the mot smehrslat
ffiZSUSBGLSft. t -St
jgjT'J- WILLIA- LEE
maeiier to maarv Lee's au),
litt PA. AY M. W-
ahb th oa. m Marv ai ave- - w.
FAHTED-iiilU. VOH .EeX3ID HOBS;
teieiaaces reuirea. Apply uuv a w
rAMDaETT-KD WOhUM TO COO.
s r waaa and uoa
; 110 Prospect ave, Wet
"lrAKTH-AT 1TW U Vt-i WBITE
1 1 aeraaat. iook aud aone. Uerssaa pre
heat of ttftreif.es reuaired:
ta ao aanata) hoeewor tor tasaB lam
rafsrmnist remtSed aeg lath my.
LUAatT-i tnUOD CAHFSHTBtti IM
) medhuely to mots, os utw adJlLioa to
iiateti to moth os
aTSotel Utbatul l
a t a . Apply
WFAirrss-A fohU'trKM' aim. to
1 1 cook. ab aad iroa aad do ceaeral
huiuemora: muat have ulty reference aa4 e."
fa'uie ttkhx. u. U
rATr- costraTBaty j
do aeBeral beamock; eat
quired Apply at laWuth aiy
r WOUAK TO
ratarsa ee re
raSiTIEt-WOiiAN TO UUUtL Wau
I and Iron, rv.es re .aired. Ab at
-74 MTSB-A UIB1. OU WOhtAV TO Cjok
i Wsf.41 """
raTED (iOUD t.lUL KOK uKMSKAL
houorh :o u.U iu.Ij mulerate
4J.I-, n.ut u,i i uiUl, bt rvivrou .us
ulitd Anllt!.j 1th- .. W U.it
lt -Ollr-h N .
WA JTTEI wtr.
iD, WOJIAS rJR GBH-
: rrfsrences wsqawM.
Apply to fii Sst a w n,st
mSTMKTWO v?mT8 R'AJft!
nrosn to oonk. wa'h and Imb: yonaa
omanntm fots rhlMren, 4 and 5 rears
rM: to to roSavat Acadrmt. Apptt STWQ
rAXTEt-OOD JOW, OBtA Pt-
ftrred. Appitat drtta store, Al ana o
ts n w.
tt 1 2.XK
A5TEP-A WIT W-WAS TO D 1
A ppiy at KSQMh st a w. u
rAHTBU-wrirT erowAS to e-ooK
ar.d do general hoatewor. ''.ill at ii
WaiWlT A FIT LASS CL D tJK.
rnt do small aMI and stay at night.
ANTKIK RKLIABT.B. nONftfTWHTTR
rlrl for eerral Iwti'eWrjrK in mall dm-
lit; mlls from rlty. Adlrr, tntl-i
wsaes exnrcted, W. F CROt'RER. I.ni
vllle. Ya. lt.it
AHTBD-8 SRRVAJrW-1 Al OtK
snd lnnndtrts. the oth,;r rhamhr-
mald and altrs tmiilre 1 1 ins M t n w
-WASTKD-A NPAT rnLORED WOM l
to rrxih and do l'thl wMnR In small
family: ain n boy nv.nt tti for the hntes
nuutstavatBlaht. lkast. 13
T ASTBD-RT A RBSPBCTABWlPHrTE
in, a piaee as tnamneramKi. aaei
Mm this nfflce.
rATBD-BT A OOOB WaiTl OtRU,
a altnatlnn as chambermaM; wtninc to
wM at other wot
Address A. B. r., tht
AMTin-nT RKarsnTAnt.it. KtruRt
anced white ccok. a altnatlon In nrlrAte
fsmily. Address or Inquire at 1SSI l)lht
n w IJ,1t
AXTB StTUATIO" BY AN RnLISH
waltre In a rrlvat famllv. Aililrpss
W .ttl'Iat. USt
rATE-st7Alo5 by a orrman
YV woman as BRt-chimpatry cook, either
tn hotel or pttvate family: Is also Boot meat
ana vecetat le rook Address 3 days Mrs.
aUOEMAKFB. Pierce . 11-
alrl a nlare a nnre or chambermaid.
e all or addtess saTHaw. 1 1,3
r elrl. a illnatlon a chambermaid. Pall
cr adflress as K st s w. It. It
rASTUD-BY HBePBtTAfttE exiWRED
Y tlrl, a sHnation as rhambermaM or
waitress In rrlvate family, call or address
in Liberty M, bet, nth, llth.Waml Bonndary.
r ANTED-BY RK8P(tCTABr,K WHITE
tlrl, a situation as rhamlietmald In hotel
or rrlvate family Andre's X this ofBee.
WANTED-BY BKIPBeTTABLB CULOItBD
man. a place as first clasacookor waiter
In a private family or boardlng-honse. Call
woman, a place as cook or c ham ber -n-al
Apply at W HMaest. ll.it
1 a position for comlnc aesaloa: best ref
erence. Addresa Miss LUCY HAKKH, Strat
fori!, Weslmoreland ronnty. Md UM
WANTED-UY AN 1NDU8THIOUS AND
respectable colored ttlrl. a situation aa
nnre or chamlrmld In flrtolaJ private
family Call 1JS3 lOthstnw. II, St
ivantki) .iiisnm.r, Nitous,
A FEW DESIRABLE ROOMS, WITH
ateam power, irood elevator service ami flrat-
olaaa Janllortblp, Im tbe l'OST BUILDING,
for rent at low rates to Hnt-olaM tenants.
Apply to ST1LSON 1IUTCH1.NTH, HI Port
Bnlldlne, or FRANK MAoUIRE. iMperln
LOST AND 1'UU.NU.
RRWARD-LOT-SRTTISa FOR A
comblaa'lon rlrnr and niu: areeaish
stone surrounded bv diamonds. Aborv re
ward If retnrae.1 to AHLINOTON HOTEL ft
LOST-MONDAY AFTERNOON. POCKFT
hook contalnlnc card cae, earn of
money railroad pae and paper ot Im
(wr'ance to owner. Liberal reward will be
paid fcr Its return to thi office. lO.ft
roit BALK IKIUSfM.
ORCRD SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
DO TOU WANT A SNAP
M-1.A. a At.l lam.a..a.i A. ....
eompridna nearly ao.OH) fret of crouad and
among the most delightful elevation In
tieoraetown, will be sold at a sacrifice If
taken soon. Term can tie made aaUatac
tory; but the property roust bo sold at onoo.
Key at Mr C. H. Flckllng's office. nih t.
(ieotKttown. rite to
L. O. JOHNSON,
au2tf RlchardsvUle. Va.
ITOH SALK-1N ALEXANDRIA. S-HOOU
J.1 irame bouw.Junt Snlshlna; Hydrant In
yard; lot ICxli; inutr home; price, S"J. Ai
plyto ROBERT J. THOMAS. Room No. 3. CIS
OK SALE-TnKKE OF THK CHEAPEST
Ba In WablaaB. 100. UM and IN
iiioaine; two-eeory ana naiement. Drown
stone trimmrne; 7 tram and bath; eieotrte
belli aad aaai prlee, ?K eaeh. tm aah
balaaoe to suit or trade for good lots.
FOR ItKNT HOU3BH
IS Mat av. it r aaduahle faee oc
1411 Kata w.Um JM 00
lsatHMBW.Kr 115 CO
ieeoMtbetnw.il re Muca
im q h a w, u re wo cu
tch b w, n r we to
Lafayette ioeare. r ......
lltt K t n w. r H
lui Pataw.U re T go
J8HllJrr PUuse.il r TO
IrtSGlt a W, JOr TS00
lOSNktnw.M rs sees
104 StoaehtoB at, re
ismb nw.isr wee
let Corcoran M. Ire
KKN Javcaw.Sie - M
lKSJIlthH a w.Srs W
i.c V t a w. T r Sses
mTthtBW. ur ami dvae so
mumiw.:h TT.. 5
lies nerce Ptaee. I h - at Si
Kis Yave. In H SB
IVt Mb u b w. S r s
14 th t a w. rs
USliOMatB w.S r
The above hnm eaa he ax aed hy per
mit frem oar e oaly
TBQMAS J. FHR Je IM.,
ITOK HEJrT-rWO BKAXD NEW IX
X1 room frame house, hbjh aad dry loon
tioa; aear cihnrchee and pablie whool tj
UnloetoTFB. laaasre of A. BSffRSKD, USH
' J .1- . W
IHJUWTKY KKA KaTATK.
1IHJi AL-ABOLT Tf'ACMEai OM SO ST
: Be eateaded. ob the llue of the Iseklaa
toa aad Soldier' Boow Railway, being Start
of the eiate of the late Chief Jaloe Cha,
now ealled ' 'Edeewood." a food opourteulty
for lavaetor. For parttoular. pnee, ate ,
iaoaire of C-AFUt UOWS. s tj at a w.
TOO "w"TM TOihC" Wf WILL PAY
Xx "bic muaef " for teat' Irat-claa ec
oaahaatf eioth&u. Ad or cl at
JPSrfgg O0 Vft MB. S P at. a. w.
MO.VSY Tsi UtA.
Af OKEY trOUUKOSI aUUL EaTTATE Oat
1)1 ind-ciaa set We at lowest sate of
Stare. uuay where aeoarrb aot
ill TW t CO-.treUave.
SO WM Oat EL arTATSI WSWatrTY.
AT S AJSB FSS Ca5T .
ess f at a w-
HIM X -eaaeer of H'tiahlag'sui
h c Kavch uce. U lecad a
il wouiUts bought aud aoM.
I S7 J j
aUsBb. - ftJT jM YjC f !
saw? ! "sbbjJ MM" w-f - -ssrC T V
t.rVR RBNT-l NFl-rtmsSKD- TWO Nn
J. pajrred cotr.mnni atlne rooms -2 1 floor
nay window, alcove; sonthern esposnr
beat, rss and bath: new brick, jsrlvatpfam
lit- electric cars raea doot: fn. n New
To; a ave. Ijjt
firm RERT-tWOI ArWSB. UOftT F"NT
J rorm nlr cly rumlrhed; Jo and Id flo..r
nil comcrlenir terms reasonable refer
er.ces ex hangeil . 1 : Jl 9th t n W. ls-st
i"3rT RBNT-BRIonT, WBLT.-FirRNMflB9
i fr rt rooms with excellent be- and otl
attfttion iai8.ttsi.n.w ... . ...ust
TtiR RENT-". n WSt.S rtlMMl'NI
C fdtlne rooms; nicely fnrnlsnetl inle or
en mie: without board: parlor on 1st floor.
I,) RBirF-TBRBi VERY DBflRABLB
JL roomg nnfnrnishcd; Si tory. first ola
locality; convenient to depots; one naif
rasand.bathi toadnlta. lQUWd.i.t., ISA t
tTOll RENT- I NF1 RNISB8D - DOt Bf,B
J1 patl'rs and other rooms; en snlte, I
trejiiw elosets; all in I: with f!e rlasa hmnt
reftireBi.reqnire4. irei r at n w. n t
MlrllrTIll PR1VATB FAttt.Y. TJTQ
I' revt fdeheant front rooms with hill hd
room; mltahle for -ie or two rentlentet);
references. Apply at lis Indiana are. ISM
T?TR BMIT-TO ORB OR TWO OBISTLK
L' men. a 3 tory hi.-k ro-n, . and hall
roem . fs- If taken together, SIC: references
14P9 fJorc ran t 15 It
TTiOR RF.WT-,'34n ST. at rTBS)OFLm!B.
I1 nlcelv fnmlihed 'ommnnlratln roo-ns-en
3d and 1 floors: with bay windows, larre
lcets and every convenience; location and
relehborhood niMxceptfonahre; terau rea
sonnhre IS It
TOR RBNT-l 51 Q ST. LARnB FI'R
I' nlhed room, Sd floor: sonth front; hay
w'Bdow and aloove; references eichsneed.
tjVR RENT-FTJRNI-rlBD ROOMS, WITH
i' or without board; slarle or en snlte; ooa-
venleat to car and the Department. At
tM Ufa t n w. bet. F and O sts lis;
iroR RBNT-14O0 I, ST N W-F JRNMHID
V rrom wl'h hoird. i.it
TJtOR HBNT-S ROOMS-1 FURNtSHKO,
1 with rloct;snltable for rcsrectable me
chanic"; nice home; low tent for stcsdy tee
ant. ApplysnTiistn w is at
"n01l RBNT-Ml lfH Sr N W-ftAND-
J. someanlte of rooms on Sd Boor, with
rrlvate bath; alt newly furnished; honse ami
location first class: small family and mot
trate terms. 1 yit
FOR RKNT-HAND90.HBLY PURNISItRD
rooms with hoar t. 1?1S N at n w H.tt
TPOR RBtr-IOOS H ST N W-3D STORY
1 K saal hiIa SriftM lmii usnib ea,l X.I
story front: without board: references ev
changtsL H St
IpOR RRNT-l ROOM), tTNFtTRNWHBD!
1 soluble for llcht bonsekeeptnej to par
ties without children; cm ami heatj bath
sasce floor: sooth front. 19TB If st n w. Itst
IpOR RENT-lSetOSTNW-NICBLY FUM
1 nlshed rooms, en snlte or slna?le. wivh or
wlthont board; convenient to herdlos and
cars; first clas nelrhnorho-st , l.St
IPOR RBNT-1- ISTH ST N W-4 LArttJR
. nicely fnrnlsbeit oimmaaloatlac at ttory
rooms: beat ami eas; referaaees eachanajal;
terms moderate. list
I?,0R RJNT-i Pt'RNISHRD RK)Mt FOR
X' light honsekeeplnir: no ohitdreat or woulil
tent 1 room to rent'eman and fitrnish bresk
fast; sin family. Apply 1103 F st a w side
J TOIl llKMV-FUHNlfiHXD-LARflE SRO
) ond-story front room; terms reasonable.
Apply 1W4 II st n w. M3t
I?0R , IIBNT-FURNI3IIED-8 CHBBRFUL
V 3d story front mom In a pretty corner
hone: near 1 car lines; location dellghttnt;
reference. lno O t iw. lXlt
FORRBNT-S OR 3 VtRNtSnRDOR UN
fnrnUhed commuBlcatina room, tssn
Stht a w. Rst
70K HB.T-!T90 II HT N W. 1 SitCAHE
; west f War and Navy Departments:
andsoely furnished room on 1st and l
JJIOK RKNT-llADSOVELY FCRVISIIRD
. alcove room on M floor: sine's or en
tn'te, wltb or wlthont board; beautiful Ion
tlon. 1TI4 lath ttaw. lui
I70K RBNT-ONE NICELY FUHNHIIB1)
X pleasant ad floor room. 1SH 11th t n w.
FH RXNT-S31-DST N W-BBAUTIFUL
room; 3d floor, turnlshed: he-window,
aloove; ras, bath, boat, o; refl -ed. elderly
couple rrefmed: ohsrmlna location; orer
looklnr Wasl.lnaton circle. llt
Irolt RENT-i. ST n w-fuknisiibd
1 room, with flrstcla board; comfort
o( home; herdlc paw the door. U.St
iTIOK RKNT-FURN1SBED AND USFUB
L1 r isbed room; private family; dellahtfnl
location; coDenbBt to all lioesof car. Ills
icth st 11 w ust
J?OR RKNT-el'ITES OF ROOMS ON 1ST.
-M and Jd floors; furnished or uafnr
Blsbed; with or without board. IBMi.aw.
70R HENT-FVRNlSIIBn ROOM. SECOND
1? story, suitable for 3 gentlemen or -tlemaa
and wife. Slillthataw. LVSt
I?OH Ra-T-BANDfiOME SD AND SD
J1 story rooms, furnished and partiallr far
nlbel; beat and go; bath on both Boors;
every convenience: private family; no chil
dren; no housekeeping: reference, not L st
p w. 11 t
FK RKST-919 N Y AYE 3 LVROS.SD
floor rooms, funilabed or UBfiirntebedt
also 3d floor back, with plaaza oa each aoor.
Blue ball room; southern expoaare; refer
eneea eaohaBaed. 11.3,
FR RBNT-3 NICE. FUHNHHBB ROOMS)
on Jd floor, with ue of hath room, to a
party without children; una moderate, lltt
H st n w. lLJt
T?OKHENT-8 COMMUNU'ATINO ROOMJ.
J; 3d floor furnished or unf urnlbed: aooth
era exposure; Northern family; with or with
out board. ia R I ave UM
FK RENT- OR 3 PARLOKfi. EN SUITB:
tooth front: f arnUhed and nniarn bed
room. 3d aad 3d floors; Uuee, lhtat, perfeet
order; W to IW. 331 st a w. lTit
FK KENT-BRIGHT. WELL PUstNleUBI)
froat room with excel ut bed aad
good attea on lJlfO st aw. 11 i
J1 room. 3d floor: In private family of
adults; term re mole, board If 1 Ired.
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Louisiana Stale Lottery Co.
Incorporated by the LeaUlatnre for elm a
tkmal aad charitable pnrrssfsa, and It 'ran
ch se made a part of tbe present state Con
stltntlon, mISTS, by an otewhi nte core -urn
tta BRAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAW
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tea months In the year, and are all drawn lu
pnbllo at the Academy of aste. New Or
"We do hereby certify that we super run
the arrangements for all the Monthly ail
em l-Annual Drawing of the LonUlaaa. State
Lottery Co., and in person maaaee and cou
trol the Draw teas then-elves, and tbat tbe
same are conducted with honeaty, fairness
and Ib good faith toward all parties, and wo
authorise the company totte this cert!! oato
with fae similes ot onr algnature attached,
la Its adrertlw-eats."
Jew iu I loners,
We, the vtenrigaeri baahs and beakers.
wilt pay alt Prise drawn la the Leni-Una
Mat Lotteries which may he presented at
R. M. WAI.MfLBY, Pres't T. Nat. Rank.
P. LANAUX. Pres't state Nat. Rank.
A. 1IA101WIN. Pres't N. o. Nat. Rank.
CARL KvJIIN. rrei't Colon Nat. Dank
WILL TAXE PLACE AT TBE
ACADEMY OF MUSIC
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