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THE DAILY CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 1(J, 1M)().
IN BOTH HOUSES
RITOUT Off T11R RAILROAD LAND
mm to m m mm to-mi.
Utii Body Also Pmm Ik 1mm
M6ITS Ctttiwit ti ititafW Q8AY.
Mr. Ketvt Sjak to Mf. Eslw's Rt-
lnHB-8plkT .! EtfTNVR lis
Ttows s ttn Matter.
The Senate met at It ft. m. with Yr
President Morton Ih the chair. Mr.
llistek ItiUmlttcetl a Mil to aMtherla.
the constrnelton of n taonei oonneotlng
Btftten Island with Long Islaml, N. Y
the some as the bill Introduced In the
llcmte yestenlsy by 5tr. Covert of New
York. The Senate then proceeded to con
sider for an hour bills on the calondar
unobjected to, tbe first bill being Senate
bill authorising tlio Librarian of Con
press to purchase at not exceeding
$80,000 "Townsentl's Library of Na
tional, State and Individual Records"
concerning the origin, progress and
consequences of the late civil war.
Mr. Cock roll questioned the utility of
the proposal purchase, and commontod
upon Mr. Kvart's having reported It, and
having also reported another bill appro
priating $50,000 for another book, n
roster of the war, that would only be of
use to pension shark3.
Mr. Kvntts mid that be had reported
both of the bills by order of the Joint
Library Committee. Mr. 8pofford, the
librarian, had recommended the pur
chase of the collection, and the bill had
received the approval of every member
of tho committee It should belong to
the United States and bo accessible to
historians and rcadors. Its valuo could
not bo overestimated. Thoro was not n
question of job or profit in It.
Mr. Walthall moved to nmond the
bill by Inserting a proviso that tho libra
rian shall cxnmlno the work carefully,
and sco that it contains nothing that is
not authentic history.
Tho amendment was rejected yeas,
12, nays, 33, and tho bill was passed.
llousc bill for marking tho linos of
brittle nnd tho positions of troops of
tho Army of Northern Virginia at
Gettysburg, Pa., was passwi. Also
Senate bill appropriating $75,000 for a
public building at liar Harbor, Me.
Consideration of tho conference re
port on the Railroad Land Forfeiture
bill was resumed, and Mr. Morgan con
tinued his argument against It. He
spoke of the first section of the bill as
unconstitutional, and said that the bill
was mere sham and pretence as a for
After further debate, the conference
report was agreed to, yeas ISO, nays 13.
the Democrats voting In the negative
nnd tbe Republicans in the affirma
tive. The House Anti-Lottery bill was then
taken up, read and rwaeed.
In tho Home.
The House this morning proceeded
to tbe consideration of the Enloe reso
lution relatlvo to tho Kennedy speech.
The pending quosteon wag on the point
of order raised against the resolution by
Mr. Grosvenor of Ohio.
Mr. Blount of Georgia, in argulne
tho point of order, recalled the Ilrooks
Sumner episode, and cited the action of
the House In that case. The gentleman
from Ohio (Kennedy) had been so in
dignant at tbe action of a certain Sena
tor that be proceeded to denounce him
In vigorous language. The Senator
had been denounced as a felon, and as
a traitor, lie bad been charged
with collcagulng with another Senator
to betray an obligation bo owed to the
country. Whenever a member of this
body arraigned a Senator as a felon and
a traitor by reason of his conduct In
regard to legislation, there could be no
question but that the character of tbe
House was assailed. If there were any
question about It here tho public Inter
est manifested throughout the country
showed the public conception of tbe at
titude of tbe gentleman from Ohio and
the duty of tbe House.
Mr. Blount was not here to vindicate
tbe character of the Senator from Penn
sylvania. He was not here to Investi
gate whether or not the charges made
by the gentleman from Ohio were true
or not. These were matters with which
no member bad anything to do-, but the
question of tbe charstier and
dignity of the House wa
one with which members bad
something to do, and for which tbe peo
pic would bold theea to a rigid reju
sibilfty. Here was a ease where a taem
ber of tbe other body was lieliberatety
carefully and soleaialy denounced fo
his public cooduet la the Scant
" nuld it be said that tae gaUemm
bad spoken of tae "Cbaimaa of tbe
Id-publican National CoM.asi.tee r "
What baa tbe ebalrmaa of tbe Re
publican National Coaimittee to do la
tbe Senate Cuaatbert Tbe aaatlairiaa
bad referred to Ike Senator from Pen a- I
sylvanla, aau kls ilewgaaHow of him aa
the chairman of tbe RepuUlcaa Na
tlonal Committee was wetely a device
to escape responsibility.
Tbe Speaker, la rea.let.Bg kss de
cision, said that there could be ao
doubt that tbe kgialatiw proeoe.i1n.ta
of tbe two co-onttaata btaacaaa of tbe
Legislature would be very mack Im
peded if improper reJUcttoaa war
allowed by tbe members of the
one body upon Members of
tbe otber. This was so plain
si", well established that H seen, ad un
necessary to say a wool fat sagaai to It.
It was fouadwt oa that nriaftpla which
caused members of the uaaee to aaaak
ot each other by a phrase rather thaa
by name. It was laleailatl as far as
possible to keep petaoaal faeiiag
i ut of lagislatioa. aad the
(.'hair was very glad not oeiy
fur tbe advantage of the reUtioni Ue
twcea the House aad the Senate, but
for the advit attest of tae xatoHam
among roeaabers 0 the Howe that this
quuiloa should be passed ua la attest a
luaaner as vevild wake an lmpnrsahta
upon all. The chair, thetafowt, oser-
uUd tbe point of oider raised by Mr
lirinvcoor. ilr. Bayae of Peaasv lvaals uiered a
riwlutioa letwriag the Xahie hsoIu-u-.li,
together with KtuMdf's speech.
t, the CuuuaMiee om awiisy, with
iLoirucUoas to thai eaawiiMae to -buam.
the iiceerh aad the Mies awi
, . . liol regulatesT debate, aad aaaoct
; i L,liog to the House vithis tiiee
Mi iiUo thought thee wasaoeooa-.-i
u i-r seatof the nateaejeia to way
. ,u.a.i'i..i The facia weae bafuse the
it .,,. ud Uxvtv as ao judicial quos-
u. ' . i-J
Mi M Vllillu v-I Toiiauni.c lllJ.itit
i I i 4 I 1 Oiijw lis Co nd t
a. i3 Ai t.uii t I'- t-v
' . -'.u .au fi -l Li
TbcTe was but one tblna for
ihe ITm to do. It could not
ewsTii the nmlerMn; It cowld lrot
arrwl bin and" H ctmW not stTord ffl let
nft TTfOfld Jp flWnifyiffttjfen with Tire Wl-
Hhh(s. HerTrHlig ffl ircent diswdwlj1
wenes on tbe floor of tbe ilmne, M
M that he spoke of them with Mmfc
lug and In sham. Language hnrt been
iwen which he would not repeat hero or
etaewhem, and the scene had cnlmtft
teri in a flst-flght.
Tbe motion to refer will twobaWy
prerall, and whatever resolution of
censnte the committee report will be
The IfeeWent st tbe folkwln
AgentsDavis W. Matthews of Oregon,
at the Klamath (Oreran) Agency: Al.
Hnwey of Oregon, f the Grande Ronde
Monument in ItrlcMtm.
Mr. Connell of Nebraska to-day In
trothtcetl In the limit a Mil appropri
ating fftfl.OOO to erect a wmonment in
this city to tbe memory of John Erics
son, tbe creator of the Monitor.
- ' mil
Nomlnnte Jmtc Dixon ror Conirrpus
1'rom tlin Nbw Stnte,
IIrlbna, Mont., Sept. 16. .Judge
A. At Dixon was nominated for Con
gress yestorday by the Delnocratlc State
Convention. There were no State of
ficers lo be nominated. Tbe platform
is devoted In a large part to the elimi
nation of tbe vote In Precinct 81, of
174 votes of last year, and calls on tbe
good peoplo of both parties to rebuke
that elimination by their votes this year.
It advocates the free coinage of silver:
tho reduction of the Indian reserva
tions; tho passage of laws preventing
the acquirement of mineral lands by
land grant railroads; condemns tbe Mc
Klnloy nnd Force bills; calls on Con
gress for a reduction of revenue. The
administrations of President Cleveland
and Governor Toole arc commended
and the contest of Martin McGinnls and
W. A. Clark before the United States
Senate Is Indorsed. Great applause
followed the reference to Cleveland.
CLEANED CARPETS WITH GASOLINE.
An UxploMon Followed, Which llaitly
Ilnrneil Two Men.
New Yoiik, Sept. 10. A Dayton,
Ohio, special to tho 11'orW says; Ed
ward Friend undertook to drive tho
moths from his furniture and carpels
with gasollno yesterday afternoon. Ho
had used several callons of the fluid
when tho gas which had generated dur
ing the operation became Ignited In
somo unknown manner and exploded
with terrific force. Mr. Friend and Dr.
F. W. Thomas, who was in the houso
attending a sick child, were envoloped
In flames and badly burned. Their
agonies aro terrible, and there Is but
little hope of their recovery. The
house was considerably shattered.
HAD HIS HAND CUT OFF.
A Terrible Accident to n Little liar
Willie flteiilliic a Hide.
Lawrence rhllllps, n 10-yoarold boy,
while riding back and forth on freight
cars on tbe Pennsylvania Railway thts
morning, fell from the bumper and the
wheels of the car passed over his left
arm, aevorlng the hand completely.
His arm was so badly crushed that It
will have to be amputated. The boy
lives on Ninth street southwest, near
Maryland avenue. He was attended by
Dr. Bowman and afterward removed to
The annual Canstatter Volksfest,
wblcb was to have taken place yester
day at Scbuet2n Park was postponed
until today on account of the dampness
of the ground. The festival originated
In Wurteinberg about three-quarters of
a century ago, ami was suggested by
King William as a thanksgiving day for
tbe return of peace and good harvests
to the land. It was first held at Gun
statt, where, upon their knees, the peo
ple returned thanks. It is to the Ger
mans what Thanksgiving Day is for tbe
Americans, a day of general praise.
Tho A asblngton Canstatter held their
first festival in tbe fall of 1S8-J at G Hea
ther's Park. At tbe Scbuetzea Park
to-day a large fruit column will be dedi
cated, and a number of game3, both for
cblklren and adults, will make up the
day's sport. There will be a rooster
dance, egg carrying, sack races, pole
climbing, prize bowlmg and sbootlag.
Two comedles'Tbe Old Woman's Mill1
and tbe "Seven Hunters of tbe Rabbit
Chase," will be performed. Tbe fest
will continue for three days aad at
night there will be an illuiLi nation of
Tbe assessor of taxes has submitted
tbe following estimates far tbe neU
year eadlag June 80, 18ftJ: For salaries
la office of assessor, $1S,900, license
division, $23,100. The assessor recoas
isends that In event of tbe passage of
tbe House bill providing for the assets
ment of water-main taxes by bis oittae.
that tbe clerical force be transferred to
tbe aBpropriatioB for tbe assessor's
ottee, aad to be paid wholly out of the
revenues of the water departaieat. The
total amount of salaries to he $11,836.
Jury to OeaJuuu Tnyil.
In view of the fact that the Kock
Creek Railway and tbe heirs of tbe
Greea estate cannot arrive at any agrea
Bieai concerning, the verdict of the jury
recently appointed to condemn land for
the entrance of the saflway, tbe Coaa
mlssloiers have dtarated that a aaw jury
of twelve be summoned by tbe marshal
for the purpose of delivering a verdict
satisfactory to both parties.
Secretary Tumltulfe Keprt.
The annual leoott of Thomas A.
Turabull, secretary of the Tesanorary
Ilame for e Union Scatters aad Sall
ow, has been received by tbe Cam wis
fames. The sapor shows that l.astt
beaeskiaries ware caned for dnsta Use
year. fSM.de was expended ia salaries
aad $a.0l for vnHtAam, fuai. etc.
aadM for renting of bu&ttag and
The following bids tur coestruciia
a second story to tint Hath Precinct
Htattos-house oa Sea? Jersey avenue,
between P ud atxeeu northwest,
wens oceaed by the CoautUsetoner
todayTnErtto Haadrfek. U..
James & Youa. UJm, John H
Bowhat. Ha4; James Hughes, 3.H0.
The ooairaot will be awacded to the
lowest bidder. Mm H. movant
Vuai fcMjl ItaluAttlA il lililtltvi
A drhMasVui bow (ha Kortheaat
WaahiatuaCiaaeaa' Aaaoeiatlgs) culled
i o tl Ci'tumfauluaci's this uf'via ou to
udvci.alc lie ppiuml A luc .-ded lie
lilluul Kvbcrt in.
AT THE SPRINGS.
maii sintt nm m bat.
II Id TWSwrht ttniermii Wilt Attjnarh
3nxt irwm-if fs lie win rw-
tsni tt wninisMm
Cmtsson SmtKos, P.t., Sept. 10.
Tire Pfwtoent's mall to dny was tery
light No offlchtt bnaftnwi of Im
portance wm transacted.
Mr. Gwbnr Vf. Soyd, who arrived
here awt ttdt moaning, called on the
Preafcfent tM esflalned to him the
featnrea of tbe several trip by rail on
which be detlred to escort the raemben
of tbe Executive family.
General Harrison expressed tlsfar
tron with the plans as outlined and laid
he would be ready to go as soon as the
weather would permit. A very surcre
thunder storm last night rendered the
atmosphere rather damp this morning,
Imt by midday tbe clouds bat! broken
The Presidential patty will wte Presi
dent Thomson's private car during tbe
"outings" and will return to Cresecm
To morrow mornlne at S o'clock tbe
President will receive the O. A. It. post
from Tyrone, Pa.
Ueyond this he has no positive en
gagements. From Information received here this
morning It would appear that Congress
might get ready to adjourn some time
If this should prove true the Presi
dent's plans will be interrupted, as be
has been figuring on next week for run
ning about the country. He says, how
ever, that he must be in Washington
for at least a week prior to adjourn
ment. Information reached here this morn
ing of the sudden death at Johnstown
of Judge Chalmer L. Dick. For sev
eral years past deceased has been promi
nent in mllrond litigation. He was
also tho legal representative in this sec
tion of the Pennsylvania Railroad.
ii ii 1 1 m i-- --
Ornncl OfflceM Hlected nnd Inntfilliul
Closo or the UoiiTentlon,
San Fiuscisco, Sept. 10. Consider
able time was devoted at yestorday's
session of tho convention of Locomo
tive Firemen to tho discussion of the
report of the beneflcicry claims com
mittee in clearing up miscellaneous
business. The election nnd Installation
of grand olllcers followed; Grand
master, F. P. Sargent; vice grand mas
ter, J. J. Hannaban; grand secretary
and treasurer, E. v. f)cbs; board of
grand trustees, Daniel E. Harry, W. F.
llynes and Charles Macreu; executive
board. O. J. Slneleton, D. A. Ball,
John F. O'Reilly and T. P. O'Rourke
The celccates left to day on an oxour
slon to Mount Shasta, after which they
go to Los Angeles and thence to their
Tho llrlver Vu Mot to Illume.
David Hays, the colored man who
was injured last night at the corner of
Thirteenth street and Pennsylvania
avenuo by having a car team driven
over him, was unable to appear in
Court today. Tbe statements that the
driver James Bladen whipped bis
horses Instead of trying to stop
them arc denied by a number of eye
witnesses to the accldeut. They say
that he set the brakes and rslned
the horses upon their haunches. Had
Hays got out of the way when tho offi
cer told him to he would not have been
Injured. Bladen gave bonds for ap
pearance whenever Hayi is able to get
Colonel Ileum's Weddlnc,
Louis Garthe, Baltimore Amrican;
Frank P. Morgan, Brooklyn Atuai&trrf
Union: George Grantham Bain, United
Press; Charles A. Hamilton, Brooklyn
Timtt; Louis Lang, New Yoik iVww,
and Marshal Cushlng, Postmaster-General
Wanamaker's private secretary and
a well-known newspaper man, left for
Louisville at 3:90 p. m. today to attend
tbe wedding of Colonel Perry S. Heath,
correspondent of tbe Indianapolis Jour
nal. Among the guests who will at
tend are Governor Alvln P. Hovey and
staff of Indiana, and Governor Arthur
C. Mellette of South Dakota.
Owen Home Opening.
Tbe Owen House (late Hotel Solarl)
was opesed again to tbe public yester
day. In the evening Mr. T. Moylea
was presented, by bis late associates of
tbe Monlleello Distillery of Baltimore,
with a silver tea service aad mantel
clock. Tbe opening was a financial
The Pabst beer, nest to the champagne,
was tbe most popular driak aad it was
dispensed under the charge of Mr. R.
. Wkhlicoaab, manager of tbe com
pany. Tftttlmenla! to Cupfcalu itaiulsll.
Captaia E. S. Randall, of the steamer
Samuel J. PenU, was presented yester
day ly the officers of the boat with a
handsome combination bookcase and
desk. Messrs. George Gleason and
John W. Dyei made the presentalioa,
speeches to which the gallant captain
FINAHtlAL km CQMMIReiAL.
Watltlnetea block UietutBge.
sales Kagular Call 12 o'clock at
EcUectua ad Soldiers' Umae Kailroad, 3
al J6i. Ws.hlngton Loan aud Trust Co.,
51 at if.
Lights lstrs, Ua; I
fflr a5, lfc W. x (
kJsva, k.i. w. h
mawtuaaoui aaetts u. at mucwc
100; U. a. JUeetem UaM
X o- K. k. isvn srs.
Jt H. Convertible. .
; Xaeotuc riau assb. ', U is, iuj;
H-aaa. Market Co.. Ut Hort.. V. WH
Wash. Market Co., Isuk. IVti iaVd A
asaaaaid Co., cUbt. ; Wish. U.
laisatxv, Ut, tHs, 1WH. 9t; Wash. IX ia
lantry,U,rs.UsH, ite; W-a. QuUaM
Co.. Ir. A, ?s, V.i. Wash. QasUghtOa,
asc K, Vs. vjH: Migfmtt lee UeMay,lt
hWrtt is, ; iimerkan aeenruy and
Kattoaal Bauk itorks Msar oi Wash
aguuu iSO: Sank of hetaiMlc. HHi Metio
uolitso, MO; Ceatrl7W; Second, 3QU;
FaraaeM and Mecasaics'. law; frtlseae,
lew; ( oluavbta. IV). Cajuiul, a Wast
aad,9T; Traders'. lSoTXtoeola. U0.
yr4iwa(t Hf.ffl.fti WMAUmtoe and
Ueorgetoara, ; MetiepoMisa, llfe Co
awd2e7n, Capitol and Korth O etMet,
0. aV3klajctw and oldwr's Home, a
GaoraatoMTa and TaanaUytwat S hrlga-
XaauaactsaoiM-Masaea'a, 45, 9taak
Ua, 0, ituUoiJltn, 7i, Xattuoal Uuiua,
Ma, wj; aermaa-1 saiiTijnia7Vota)saas,
Hkttts.i People's ; UMeuw.&i-
Tslls " tasarajirs Btorks heal Ussate
TUk, vm; CubMnblaTuvla, i, Vashtaaen
Isas and lf"tfr' 1 laht atinrss Wsshasg
tea c" til tiaataeinarii ties. S; D. X
Hiffi rMtflWf Tlrfjf fcj Hf tifrfri,1Htiifr kiin
Ut Co., USfc Vasaiagt a BrteTllaealAS
Co., 35D. O t FaO L- Co.. auo. Bud
Hut yaiiimmis Co., , SttkuuU eio Da-
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THE FIRST LOCOMOTIVE GAB,
lnrrirt!Br NetnlnMwei t n
Frnm fh Nnt ftnrtn JfatSn.
5ft. William X. Rosa, ewyM
putTeman, one of the Wert MrowU
west Side itins here, has hd
brny life, and has rnwlfjr WWWsttht
remlnlscenres of aatly TnHrrttdnaf. Mr.
Rots Is T8 yenrs oM, hale and rnggerl,
snd hl bright faced wife H jw
smart as he . Tvre years fo they
cetebrRtcd ttrcif golden werMtiM.
hit. kom was oneot tne nm em
OTts of the Jforwlch and Wotcester
aflroad. which was one of the first
railways constructed in the emrmry.
'In M4-i." sard he r a fihtn re
repotter, "I bnflt the first cab for a
locomotive ever need In Hew England.
BefotB that time the engineer and fire
man on a locomotive were totally with
out shelter on the road. They stood
riebt out In the open sir, exposed to
all sort of weather ami the only pro
tection to them If yon will call It pro
le ction was the dome of the boiler.
One stow! on one sMe of tbe dome, the
other was on Urn otber side of It.
Finally they got tired of snow and rain
driving in their faces and the company
told me to see if I couldn't contrive
some sort of a shelter for them. I had
charge of the repairing for the com
pany then ami I went to work ami
turned ont a pretty fair sort of a cab.
It protected the men, but .was a great
curiosity to everybody. I put it on the
engine General Putnam, and It proved
to be a great success. It was very much
like the cabs used now.
"I also built tbe first snow plow for
the Norwich and Worcester I toad, and
I rather think it was the first one ever
used in New Kngland. It was need
first In the winter of 1818, but the work
men had been careless In plating It, so
on Its trial trip tbe Iron sornper flew off
nnd ditched the locomotive nnd the en
gineer was killed.
"Tbe first locomotive ever used on
the Worcester Hoad," added Mr. Boss,
"onmc on a vessel to Norwlfih and was
drawn through the streets of tbe town.
It excited a great deal of Interest and
curiosity 'nnd was followed through the
idtv by a big crowd. It was nut on the
road in 188 or 180, 1 believe. Its
name was tho Norwich and the engi
neer who drove It was named llobert
son." Iturlne Her I'lmt Shirt.
i'ttm tto Xnt, 3V fSmlntor.
"Good morning, madam J"
"I wish to see some men's shirts."
"For yourself ?"
"For your brother T"
"Tho site Is thirteen and a-half."
"About my age."
"Of course, I would not dare "
"What kind of shirt does your
brother want T"
"Oh, something that sets up well
around the neck something jaunty."
"Jaunty T For you brother t"
"I know what 1 want I mean, what
"I think this cheviot will about fit
"You sruarantee this fit?"
"Welirif you would like to that Is,
it your brother would like to try it on
"Wrap it up I"
"Anything else t"
"Yes, a four la-haml blue,"
"How does this strike you t"
"Do you think It would go well with
this dress t"
A Sujrcettlon Heed,
Film tit CUriftMtl Jrf uir.r.
Speaker Heed now makes a quorum
by counting bats. With a second-hand
hat store, be could cut a grant swath In
Ella Why aren't you In bathing to
day? Maude That little wretch of an Elsie
dressed her doll In ray bathing suit and
bas gone out for a drive.
CQaittfied nub Died.
JUYDKN-QATELY.-ln this eltr.Seplem
Iwr la. lWO by Hfv. Patner W. H. Cowardin.
Lmm1 8. 1IjUu of Hattiaiore, Mil., to Uuie
V. Oatslr of rrirtckburg. Vs.
LAStAlXET-r.-Dsparted this life Septem
ber 15. 1W0. at llOS p. m., MuUte, oslr daugh
ter of JMie and Xltulwtb LascaUett, seed U
Mot lee cf fueerai bereerter.
IlOSFOitD -Oe hpteber 15. 100, Ellhu
Hofoid, M. D-. of WaildagioD. I). C pasMa
away after a long UIhism.
fAHI'BELL.-OB iiaturdar, !Umbe u,
ISM, AaUl. Infest daughter of WlUlam D.
aad all la H. Csaipbell, ae4 1 awntbAQd
HAKiUN-On SeUesbcr U. USW, UvMa
Haiawu, the kwbtted daastUerof Ula and
MsurKe Unrinsu. departed tbJK life ut i!w
gtfv of 5 fi-ars and 4 mouth.
UKafi. Ob Saiuriiaj, SepMBUwr 1 (, Ivjo. M
to'ewak v m.. Jib W. Rm. aaad years.
r'aaerai will teas place fum the Mskiaswe
of bis broths. Aarostiw Baw, Ma? Tblny
Mt:oad streot, West Wuhwstoa. Ttwsdar at
$ u'elccb p. - Retattvesaad trioods tovitod
UlCKS.-Oa Suaday. SMptssabsr li.lwo.4ti
t:H p. ., Jaauw WuiIajo, at tae resbtaa
o bb ka, W. T. Mkks, WIS Saw Jersey tv
aue Burthvtest, la bis tat year, usttvt of
ftince Oaoree's Coeaiy, Ud.
CUW -lieeertad this life Saaday. -teeBber
W, tsw. Xdwanl Carletoo. bcloted
sob of Huraeifftlt aad MvKsptto feffttt aeed S
TOWSMD-On Sunday, astxeatber 11,
UaW, at 9 p. -. Babeeoa Toarasmid, slater
of Mis. F. Frost, aad ierawriy of Bristol. Pa.
Clattyot-aaddsaly Saadav aMrabat of
broBi bial aemorrbaa, iKKU! JOBS a.
ToacraJ aedaedsr aftcmuosi at I o'clock,
from tbe htcmuiial Lutbarsa C'aurcb. Foui
tceatb aad Vorsaoat aTenoe
PBOfOSaXli FUK AsfUALT FAVKMEMT
and FuotwaUu -Omca of Public Build
la aoJ Groaads. War Ovnaruaeut. Vsb
iMtoa. U C , tfiutTW, lem-Soelod prouosals
t& dupiieate, will be rrecslied at ibis omc.
until noon a-ATUklUY. aJtPTKMBKK S),
mt, for cuoatrac-tS i,W8 yasda, aiure or
less, of amiaalt pjivaaaoat, SMA aoaaiw yarJ,
mere or Mas, of asphalt walks, aad
lor rpklu l.sas wtoaite yards, more
or iaas, of i"r!ial 'st in tee puvii.
grounds. Atwiiflou U Invited to Avts of Cob
oreea auoraud Jeitnurr St. low. and reb-u
anr a. nr. vol at, pace sat. aad vol. -u, p
tit, Statutaa at Larse- r'oraw adsjoUai -4
tions ijlb be ootauwd at this aSce- Tbe
ruked states tvumm tberbEbt to rajact any
and all propoaaU O. II. SitST. Colonel r
S Army. t)U,t-t
13OWiAL VOU FUU..-U- & i'OAT
X and fiwudeA. 8urey Ontoa, Wsahinyrtoii
Cet 'ciobcr 5, lsuu -Soiled proposal will !'
kuii td ax tab vfibiw until oVloc p. m. -:
TUlHaBAY Slr-rE8H U, lam and
ci(ui linmtlitiuly toeceaftor la the pt
cbc uf btddars, (or furnish lar tvoaiuulroa
and thirty us too best jaallty UUu U,.
Furnace Coal, tan It . tons boat muabty Vulic
Ab Store Cosi. wu t7j ooni bast nni'i')
Pina Wood, sawed once, sou two tt cur-1 -btt
yoitllty body BU-kory Woo, sawed jk-c
The fuel to be delivered .lib Joel lo thi ir
visions oi aecuun aw or tae aensea atai -
ut the I uitvd atates, and atonal In the ''-
of Mas umu). awJ-- wui tc mane. -'
uem. to tae best bidder (or ucb uVm ,fj i
the rJcat Is ruor J to reject any or U I . !-
nam w wane any ueiccut. jrurmior ,
pab U1 be turnlaliod ju application t 'ti
oatae Suvetopus to be indorsed "Pr"i- - -(ir
fuel," aad addcaaaad lotite &ti:riu-i 1
cm uf the rit joid i .aoiiutic sur.or.
iti'oi. I) i. Tl 3SENOXUVL' -.. .
touuutaiosi.it uy uti:uj
As I tMmTelatil Olft.
Frim tht r,r ynrk.Sm
"I thought, Mrs Pmall," rnarHd
tbe star bosrdr r, s he laM a copy of
"Th Complete ( . Bwok" fa hw
lap, "that yoft ltd apfHB ft
literary gift "
'Thanks,'' replied li landls1y, as
sbe glanced at m tt rl hartrlwl It
back, ' Imt I'm t wtttrb ef a rtHrrer."
tiiy tait iiwTMitMK
Miss Banting Look, loo, Mt rei
ns' TWe seems fo be aowW tfwibte
over at tbe Larch mont Clnbv Men are
yelling from the shore, antl pjintlng
Rims and revolvers at that sail boat.
Mr. Pelham Ob, that's nothing' It's
the water npply boat, and they're
afraid it's eoinff to land.
ROCTIDAT.B; COOfWRAriVB sn
o't. Mmnbrr of thl orlftt In mm
wkm of the trade cant to API.II.. fl, and
Interentee m the matter of coal anl wood
thcnM rail on the nnoerslimH betorn M'Ti
BeR for information, etc.- A. T. lmeiv, vn
A st n e. Agr'l Iept.: Smith Thimpon. isib
T st n w, H. asd P. Wr War lept.; L an-derhfx-f.WI
French t. Bit. Stat : 8 C Paw
rett, 60S Mass ave n , Ponrth And. off.; J. B.
McCabe.lt M rt ne.PO Dept.: B. W. Smrtb,
MS It st w, q. M. o. off.; t, P. Hanctsie
8 s n w. Sixth And. off.; I. S. OrWIer, TM
t. st n w, Ren-s off , Trt John Morrlsrm,
415 R st n w, Psnxlon off.; r. Joseah Jrmr.
SllS Pa. ate n w, 9r. OenV off.! Mwant
gsjton, as B Ha e,Oov. Prnj: jw.; 3 W.
Hrha,insrisin w.Caeh Room. Treas. By
order of the cnmmltte, J. W. RARnilA,!vc
THK BRAMdl BALTIMORB SHIRT
Pormerty toentd at WW F t. n. w.,
Wilt Heonen at
Ml H1NTH 3TRBBT SORTUWBST.
Sear Jfew Verk ave.,
on sBPTBMnart is,
With a Fall awl Ooaptete Uite of
fmler the Managetneiitof Two"OM-,nmrs,H
S. 11. KLtBKt ami JOSEF1I 11. IUHLAND.
KSTTBMrORAnY OFTICB OF TIUS
' WAHniNaTON tOAN AHD TRUST
toot P street n. w.
Thh ctimpanr Imbs eertlflcales of de pewit
bearlne Interest as follows: Ox all amounts
deposited for ninety days or more, butler
than six months. 3 tr cent, per annum; li
per cent, on dermlts for more Umb six
rnontoe, batles than a yearandt rercent.
on riepoalts of one year or loneer.
(eeured ravestraents for sale.
Money Ion neil.
W. II. 1101118ON. Sec. Jl. U. WAKNXR, Tres.
John T. Arms, Ooorae F. Behafer,
Cbarlee I). rtalley, John A. Hamilton,
James I.. Harbour, Thomas Bomerrllle,
ntorae 8. lidrlol, John A. Hirope.
Itoraeo H. Cummlng", J. 8. HwornMlwlt,
.1. J. Darltnston, Itattenley V. Tnlbott,
John Juy Mkm. Ceorire Traemlell,
Charles J. FaulkBer, H. II. Warner,
Albert F. Fox, A. A. Wlleoo,
O, C. Oreen, U U. Wine.
Wllllaaili.nnrlert 8. W. Wooilward.
John 0. Larner, Cbas. IleaJ. Wilkinson,
A. 8. Worthlaatoa.
Will remove oujeetiattablebalr froM the face
and arms In ten minutes without Injury to
tbe most delicate skle.
Sent aBywhere on receipt of price. Seixl
stamp for circular.
XBW YORK TOILRT CO.,
Ia. ave. and lsth st..
KaT"MlT RKUBVBI). DR. WI11TC
HIS Penna. av opposite Wllbtrd's Hotel.
Tbeesaads Iroaa far aad near vwlt Dr. Wliita's
etblUliHist for relief from and avotdanee
of eoras, rmntnes, dlseaseil sails and all
other foot troubles. Hour. 8 a. m. to S p. m.
beadayi.9 tots. Omcefea. SI per vtalt for
I'tittlBit tbe feet In el order. Xstabllshed.
KJSfWAIIINr,TON 8AFK IlBPOtJlf CO..
s3' SIS aad Its Pennsylvania avenne.
Room fire and buric'ar proof, anil alt above
trronnd. particularly adapted for tbe storaga
of furniture, idctures, Ao. aaat-ln)
CHAKTERSD BY CONOK8S4 WW.
FKAKKLWI IMSUltAXCK CO.
OF WASHINGTON. P. C
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, fSaVOO. Has
never contested a toes by are. bet always
makes prompt and liberal edjustateBt. Dr.
Iianlal ll. Clarke, pres't: Georae a- Lemoa,
Tios-pres'ti Caarlea S. Uradley, traas.: I, Fea
wiek Voung, seey: Will P. Hotetor. ass't
KSrfWIIY NOT HAVE YOUR SHIRTS
ax' made bv one of tbe most celebrated
setters la Amedeat Priees fame as those
third rate eatters eaarae, f. T. HALL, VH F
st a w.
jgjf-J. HLLIAM LBS
taaeoessor to Ilearr Lee's Seas),
3.' rA. AYR. N. W..
Rvaaeb Oeaee, 4M Marviaad ave. s. w.
r3rLADIE LADIBSK LADISSii
s3 urs. MeCafferty is the ealy bat aad
beaaet-lraata maaafaeterer ia tae aky. Oall
sad see bar aew ihajas. Hlanablaj; aad
pressing. Straw aad fan bats snared to tae
tatast styles. Orders lasoSMiltr ahealal to.
ANTRU-A ntMlQ UEliVAN 1.1BLMR
(eaeral honaswork. Call at Mt F at
a e. Itf-a
TASTKD-OOODWuilAX FUR FAMILY
I oft: raferemoas raoaired: moat tav at
aibt. Call at llf-S 9th t u w. lu it
T7iT!,l,-A ? WOMAN to MRi-F
ll aare wacauo ia pn am iamn . anura
ears for a child in nri-. ah faaailv: hours
from T-JPs m to pm; mast Ufa aad eat at
hoase. Apply at store. UW1 Fstnw. HHt
AArANTKB-A GIRL TO OOOK AND DO
1 isneral bonneaork: if colored, to
day at night; ref rrence retjajrad. 9SS 7tb st
rAaTBD (Xlfl-TBKT WOMAN TO DO
i asaaral bousewurk ia small family. 90S
K st a V. falat
7 AKTEI-MIDDt-a AI.RD WOAIAK FOR
I ceaetal homework; white praietaad;
must nave rccoamBUBdation AduIt WR N
Y ave. U.U
T ANTK1-A IMOU WOSUN COOK: OMK
with rsfarences at H Itb at a w. up stairs.
T AbTBD-tOUtfUU WOJUM TO took;
i Huut nnderatand bar buameas aad t ooia
acll recommended Apply at Hi.' 13th t
fANTaW-A OlML FOat UKbWUL
I housework for amall family: most base
city retsMaoes sad star at nlget. lTst
7AVTSi-i.IRL FOR aStONU WOStK;
tl isfreaes reoAtuvd. AitdfUMLaw.
7 AMTRD-eRTFUtD WOM
wash and iron t IW Pro.
OMAR TO COO.
latot ave, west
f ANTSJaWAT 17W R T-J WtUTB
t sarvanu. oaoaand
uusa: latrmaa nee
of tuferesces rwjulane: small
refarsaass ravtulrcd. aw
iramrcd. as ittb ut.
W tMOU C4RBh l'fa IM
S OB Bi-w aaouiuo vo
aad ltiiw y
toatPitreNr uikx to
wash and Iron and do esaecal
ceicrences aaa iy
ranees ana ii"
ooaVsTTRMT wusaaN To
buasearora; ratocaaces ce
ratlwISlitbstn w lj.at
1TANT-WOMAN TO UUUK, WAM
1 1 aad trviu; (s(ucunctis nwuirod- AMtty at
T A Ml a A UtaX OK WOJUM Tt) C
j. iltg H u
' vki'lcD- jitfl) ia i . ...ti.iE.au
t lui. a k i. -n ' .4i v 1' '
b. me at aBtaV
w a irtiiii- fi m.r.
Apply t. mi Istn w,
W"" ANTBP-TWn WntTR StUVANTS
Wowsn to cook, wash and Iron; ymrtlf
woman a nnne ror a rnimrsn, vana syeyri
oM;toco tr, Sara! Afflt.
7ANTBn-(!OOT COOK. ORWWAS PR
I ferrrd. apoIv at drnt store, ad aad D
""Heal - . ,ia..r- ifl iti rnimiV
AArANTKr-Bt tfiCNW f-OtOlitr(,IRI,
a sttmttton bo do crnerai hottewnrk
Addre HARRHTWARl, SH N st n W is.at
ANTBD-DY A RBUABLB COLORBn
wnn an, smcloyment by flay or wamn
to take hoine.
KtV-BTA RBBPKCTABt.B WIHTK
alrl. a .sltnaUon a chambrrmaM nr
narreln a rrlvnt family; eood rfpfenH"
Call 133 M at n w. rear hone l
ArATRD-BY S RBaPRTTABLB CM1)
1 1 iri, pmce s
In private femfltco
rl, nlce a chambtrmaM or nnrr-i
imt at inroiBTnt n tr.
rANTBTl-sm TIOR AS DRIVBR.Tt)
I take care of nor or wslter. bv it
remrraoie lowirra man dmi reierons.
Ai!2r?!!J-''' v 5?e '?
rANTSD-BT COLORRD NAN, AUK SS.
i a Itnatlon to work In a drv enoae stnra.
Addre 1190 S J ave. lMt
-;antbi-bt rbsprctablr whitk
vrairi. a itaation . ctmeiwramta an
assist r washinir and iroulna. Please cal
JV ntntian. a ptare In private fnf11y to !f
cnnmnerwnra arra waiiinc nr cnemoeTwnnc
arn the rare of Isrre cwiflt
Call USS 10th
st n w
-T AMTXn-BT A RXSPBrTABfJI WIHTK
1 1 citf, a ptace as rnamtivi iiiasi
Is nfft re.
rANTKIl-BY A OOOt) WI1ITK fllHL,
IT asltnatlon a chambermaid: wtltlncto
assist at other work.
Addreee A. R. I .. this
ANTBIl-BY RRBPRtTAm.lt, EXPRHt
Ancml tthltA nfknlc. a altnalkMi In tarlrata
family. Addrees or Inualte at MM ISth st
n w is,st
7-ANTRB-9ITUATION BY AN KNOLtSH
IT waitress in a private family,
-WANTKD-sm'ATION BY A ORRMAN
Tl woman as flrst-rlaas pattry cook, either
In hotel ut private family: Is also ami meat
ami vecctabte rook Address 3 days Mrs.
SHOEMAKER. SS Pierce t. ILSt
t alrl. a plare as narse or cbambermshl.
tailor address eTtn w. ll.St
A FEW DB8IR,BLK ROOMS, WITH
steam rower, cood elevator service ami flrst
clftM nttorshlp, In the POST I1UILDINQ,
for rest at low rales to 8rt-els tenants.
Applr to 8T1LSON HUTCHINS, Wi Post
llnlldlnc, ur FHANK MAOUIRK. Superin
tendent. , ""-
LOST A Nil roUNII.
CRt HRWAHD-LOaT-SRTTlNO FOR A
0) oomhina'hHt rltut and pin; areealvh
tone sarroiinded by illamonds. Above re
ward If retnrnedtoAHUNOTON noTKI. St
f O8T-M0NDAY AFTKUNOON, POCKFT
J Ifook rontalnlne cant cate, sum of
rany railroad isim and tsipersof lm
peri ante to owner. Uleral reward will be
paid fr r It return to thl oBoe. 10,ttt
I'UK HAt.R llOUHH-j.
FOIlCBiTSAirRTlF RIAL WTATB."""'
DO YOU WANT A SNAPr
That fine old homwtend. MSI (J t n w.
eomprl'InR nearly .W) feet of crnund and
among tbe moat delightful eleva'b n In
GeorKotorn, will te sold at a narriflco If
taken Kion. Terms ran bi made satlsfae
tory; hut tbe property must be oid at onoe.
Key at Mr. C II. Flrkllna't offloe. Utah st.
(leorKetown. Write to
L. ti JOHNSON,
an-l.tr Hlrhardevllle. Vu.
FR WALK-IN ALRXANDRIA, S-HOOM
frame boese, last BnUhlnir, nrdraatln
yard; lot 18x114; sstw borne: prioe. V0. Ap
ply to HOIIKRT J. TU0XA8. Itoom No. i. i
1Mb st. .
Oil HALR-TIIRXB OF THE CUBAPBeT
houtM la Wahinstoa. 1C6. 108 and 110
nth st n e; two-story and basement. Brown
stone trimmings; 7 rooms and bath; aleolrie
belle and as: price, ttJOO each, SM0 eaah
balance to salt or trade for good lots.
FPU HUNT IIOUS KH.
141S Mass ave. IT rs aad stable VMM
ill! K st a w, is re aw oo
lsssMstaw, urs iso ee
lith st ex.. 15 rs 15 W
lSOSlIelnw, Krs lUOd
lea isth st n w. 11 rs nJC0
ITS7 Q st b w, 11 rs let) go
MUflrtMw.iirs , tseee
4 Lafayette Square, rs
sic Bat n w, tars tat SS
imt rrtin.iiN rseo
iMiMtnw.ie rs at go
mistoiiiihtonit.srs ad oa
1406 Stoosbtoti t. S rs WP0
WIS Corcoran st, Srs SS ee
mmn J ave aw, Srs tses
tMttlilhstBW.Mrs - tl ST
1WI H st B W, S rs 48 0s
13Cfl V st n w, T rs SS00
lWS Tth st a w. sir aad dwff at on
suosqtta w.Irs 3SM
U0S Pierce Plaea. s rs V W
EfiHtatbstBW.Srs M M
1UN ave, Srs SS ft)
ion sath st b w. s rs e
lJWittB w. s M
The above boasas aaa be axamtaed by per
mit from our office only .
THOMAS 1J. FISHER A CO.,
FR RENTTWO BRAND NEW SIX
room frama boases, hbiB aad dry loot
tioa; near ehurehas and pabtia school ia
CnloctoVE. iKjBlre of A. BSHRBND, MSB
CCIVNTltY ItKAL rWT.VTK.
u u ft f v ,iuui t ,uh tw n .n
' ,, axtaadad. on tha line of the Bokiu-
Um and soldlcr' Rouie Railway, bainc a part
ot tea etate vf the late Chief Justice Chase,
BOW aaUed "Rdaawood;" a aood opportuaity
for isvestora. Kr parttoulars, prlca, ate..
laualreofCBAFIH SSoWN, S tl st a w,
tow ia nu TIME.
IN "bbr luaur" for uaU' Brat elass aao
xaurass or uau as
KB. B St. B. w.
MO.VKV TO LOAN.
OkBY TO LOAN ON REAL awTATB Oa?
and -class aecarttles at lowest rates, of
bueieat. No aelar where sacarlty b) isood.
O. C. (
sua 7t h st a w.
ONKY TO LOAM ON (MMiD aROURITY.
Tvrua tat- aw t ave.
in uii auaw.
TO LOAM ON MXAL RwTATK aBCURITY.
AT AND S MS CSTklT.
M. N. FARKBK.
HI OatKYTO LOAM
Qa AtodRaal Jk
a. a. w
LOa) y mrojil Mainhsref W.
...B . - ..-lti-, LiUtuLj vaaJ BbJLsJ.
Sl lSaTSayamBBBBBaBBi aaBBBBBBBaapajw ' JBP."
V- V- aRJBUN UAJURi AalMK-
HARROW 4 RAMIY,
LvAU- lu I- . lu . -u
flirt FtfSWt rWMJ.W;.
I?OR RBNT-lirS -mt ST N W-LRr!B,
y1 pleasant M story front room with board;
rtfrrerire exr-hanaed WR
iysMt mrrr- -irrtt st n w-n and so
J (loot front and bark rnenw: newlf fr
nished; a!ott floor frnnt parlrt nntBTnlh"1.
I.,)R RENT Slinm'RITrliaii COHWrRI
I " at ma riirn .n M floor ant saloon psr
lortn It fr. ,t; wnthtrn expos'trr): with r
Ttlthriat board; will rwrmltvery llrtt house
keerK. .swalstnw." .. WM
TTIR RRNT TO ClIltTbtatAN AND IFR,
I srltbont cMMrn. fnrnlhed nm. eg
iite or inele; referetif c etrhanaed.
m n w.
rRRRNT-WnRSBBTORY BACK AND
1; front rootn in a small private family of
minus, with hoard and the comfort of A re
fined homo to an eMertt omtpte or awntia
man l!4 Mass a n w lfi.tt
R HWrP-l MTlt ST-LAROR FROTT
ronsa With bar window: Sri floor: nir!v
fnrnished axw very demraMe; private family,
(rentlemen preferred; reference ,.
TrORBrW- OR 1 BRaVtIPUL ftOVtm
J' fn misted: prlrare family: wnrr hone
open aratee; bay wiwlnw; nonth front; refer
ences rttmlred. 1101 K t n w ia,st
Thrift RlrTT-lNFfRNIWRl) TWO Newly
.1; raneretl oommnnl' atlnt rnom: 1 floor
bay winnow, alcove southern expmnre
. ra Rnn natn: m-w nnra private
eleofrlf car paes door: in
TTOR RBNT-TWOLAWlR, LIOHT FfONT
L room nit ely fnmhihed; 9s and t no,r
nil ennrrnleBees: terms resoonabtc; rerer
ener ex hsnre.1 1701 9th itiw. lVSt
tpoR RRRT-BRtQrtT. WBUrFURRtBHRO
I fr'.Bt room with excellent beds and eood
attcrtlon. lMSttsinw.. Ivst
TOR RRRT-IVtI ST N W, S OrtMMtlNI
I. ratine rooms; nicely fnrnished. sinele or
en nlte: wlfhont hoard: parlor on 1st floor.
TpOR RRNT-THRBK VERT DRSIRARLR
I' rooms nnfnrnlahed; Jd story, first elas
loeslity. ronrenlent to depots; one-naif
nnere fmmArsi oars; no other roomer: heat,
iras and hath: to adnlts 1017 M at, ISlt
T?OR HKRT- URF1 HNISHBD- ltOIBLB
; istrlors and other rooms; en salte; lm
tnenne eloeet: nil m t; with first cine board:
retereBoes reunited. IBM Fstnw. IS-tt
FIR HBNT-IN PRI ATK FAMILY. TVO
very preasatrt front rooms with hall bed
room, suitable for one or two gentlemen;
references Apply at 'US Indiana ave. 15 U
IOR RBNT-TO ONB OR TWO OBNTLB-
wnaaet sa "1 al,eS tsxvnt' earn, aaa tM avaaal taaall
bu hishi sa 3t"i j itn r iiruuti rsrr sieasa
room, tl- If taken toeether, Sfo: references.
irawi eroorsn t. is-at
I?0H RF.NT-WM H ST. SflTBHOFt.AHOB,
. tilcelr fnrnUhed f oimnnk line rooms;
on M and l nivors: with hay windows, I wire
cloets nnd every convenience; location ami
neighborhood unexreptfonable; terms rea
lTOIt HRNT-IMB t
nr r&uijv inru.
I uipii-,1 rvn,ni, ,ft i,n,r. jntti injnv; bj
window and alcove: references etchaeseit.
I?OR RBNT-FIRNIMIBI) ROOMS, WITH
I or without bonril, ulngle or en n(te; con
venient to ears nnd the Departments, At
011 IStn tnw.let.F and fists. IS St
T?OR HBNT-HOO L8TN W-FURNISI1BD
X room with Imsnl. lat
I?OK RBNT- ROOMS-1 FURNItJIlBO,
. with cloeet: snllable for repeethte me
chaalc; nice home; low rent for steady ten
ant. Apply wrntn w. laat
Oil HBNT-011 1STII ST N W-HAND-Mime
suite of room on Id Hour, with
private bath; all newly furnished! ho and
location flrst-cwss; small faintly aad mod
erate terms. IVtt
OR RENT-I1ANDSOMBLY FUKNIBHBD
rooms wttn rmaril. 1718 a it n r. lMt
I?OK HBNT-1P0S II ST N W-D 8TJHY
. Iy window room, farina utb, and Id
storj front; without board, reference ox
l?OR RRNT-S RfHiMS, UFURNWItBn:
I; suit r We for Msht bonsokeeplna: to par
tie without iliildren: sa ami beat! bath
same Boor: eolith front. tatO II t n w 1 1 at
OR RBNT-lSetOSTN W-NtCBLY FUR
nlshetl rooms. en snlta or slnale. wikh or
wtitfint ixxitii; convenient to net-mos n-i
cars: nrnt-elasa neVthborhood ia.at
IOR RRNT-a 1TII HT SW-i LARflR
1 Bleely futnishsd oommunleatlnc M storv
rooms; beat and teas; rafareaeea eaohsMiaed;
terms rmxlerate. lTt
J?()R RJNT-8 FDRNIHHRD ROOMS FOR
1 llsht boniekeeplna: no children; or would
rent 1 room to aentleman aad furnish bre-tk
fast; 3 In family. Apply HOB p t a w me
OR RENT-FURNISUBD-LAmiR SBC-
omi-story front room; terms reasonable.
Apply HSR II t n w.
l?OR RBNT-FUHNIHIIRD-S CHKKHFDL
.1 'Jd story front rooms In a pretty corner
bouoe: near i car lines; location delutbtftt;
reference. 1900 O st n w Vijtt
I?OR HENT-S OR I PURNIIIOKD OR UN
! furnlshrd communioattasT roams, law
l?OR RENT-IP) II ST NW.l QUARR
I' west of War and Navy Departments:
handsomely furnished rooassoa 1st aad4
FOK HALE AND HUNT.
THOMAS E. WAOUAMAN.SIT F street.
Cbanees made Wednesiiava aad Satatdaye.
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La. S. L.
Louisiana Stale Lottery Co,
laewrorated by-the Lesrl. latere Hit edo' a
tksnal aed ohaetasMe pal puses, aavt Its rran
eb'se made a rsjrt of the preeent state Ojb
tltnth. In lTS, by an oTErtwn-BiMtsmFnrc
It BRAND BXTRAORDINART 4tRW
INSJB take plnee tHrnH-aenaallyf-faae aad De
cember), ntd In SI RAND 9tNOt,ENtJM4K
DRAWING take place eseb of the otber
ten months In the year, net are all dresm In
pahttc at the Aoademy of .a title. New Or
"We do hereby rertlfy that we vapervho
the arraneemeats tor all tae Monthly aA
Peml-Annoal Drawlian of tbeLonhHssia State
Lottery t o, and In pensnu msease and con
trol the Drawlnas thenwelve. and that tbe
same are cond noted with hoeety, falraes-t
and In srood fsltb toward all parties, aad we
anlhotise the company toae this eertlacato
with fa-lmlles of onr sieaatnres attached,
la Its advertlsemeats.''
We, the ttadersiaaed beaks aad awaker.
will tsty ail Prises drawn Is tbe Leelslsnr.
btaie lotteries which may be praise tod at
H. M. WAIAtaLBY. Pres't U. Nat. Bank.
P. LANAUX. Pres't state Nat. Beak.
A. 1IALDWIN, Pres't N O. Nat. Beak.
CARL KOIIN, Pres't Union Nat. Beak.
WILL TAZE PLACE AT THE
ACADEMY OF MUSIO
i,8N Tickets at Uh Mmt Sl.i
Wmm S&i Teitts, ll
List of Prizes.
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