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THE DAILY CRITIC, "WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 17, 1890.
13 IT A SUGGESS
1HK INVENTION RilOW!? A3 THE
I NIYKJISAL REFRIGERATOR.
TESTIMONY FXOI IHIT WAftTERS.
Br j Cold Air tntoml si I hmmm
Arnoasi of Cost.
hie simple mm mvt mmv.
The System ftpwiilly tflfeetive fa torts
Where PfvtiiiMt Aft Kept ia
8tk Coiner Tkii let.
Thk Crtttc yestetrtsy rsrferrwl gn
crallvto the rwwHns; Inmtlnwtkm of
Ccmmihiw Hatim. Dnring ttm lites.
tlgfttlon an effort was maile to show that
the refrigerator in which General Itanm
Is Interested rm a worthless Invention,
but the committee decides! that this was.
not Rermane to the matters Umler In
vestigation. Subsequently the New
York WcrM published a letter saving
that the refrigerator was a useless In
vention. The Pott lias Investigated the
matter and this morning published the
result of Its Investigations, which Thr
C nine reproduces for the purpose of
ambling Its roaders to judge or them
selves concernlne the truthfulness of the
charge thai this device has been adver
tised to do what It cannot do.
The process used Is based on the
Hossl and Smith patent. The follow
letter from L. V. Sinsabaugh, tho
patent attorney of this city, written
jAnuary 5, 18S0, to Frank A. Smith,
the Inventor of the Smith process, de
scribes briefly tho distinguishing points
In his process:
Incompliance with jour request of the
COtb of December, 18, I hare made a
rnreful Inspection of the patent to Ilossl,
No, 800,1X1, Juno 10, 1884, ami nlso jour
ratcnt No. 840,01, September 14, 18M.
'flic production of cold liv the use of vari
ous salts In solution lias long been known
and practiced In laboratory experiments
uim ia uiwriueii luTanous scientific works,
but, so far as I am able to discover, It was
never worked commercially, i. ., no de
vices were ever Invented prior to the Inven
tions set forth In the patents above named
wlili h were capable of producing cold to
u.h an extent as to make It valuable for
refrigerating and preserving purposes and
for use In the various arts. The devices
shwn, described and claimed In the patent
to Hosel consist In appljlng the salts to
atcr to cool another body of water and
then adding talta to this coo'ed Uxly of
wa'rr to cool or refrigerate another body
tf jure water.
It Is Is, perhaps, mi Important feature It
T riper!) carried out, and forms the basis,
us already slated, for a method and an
t -talus for carrjlng out the principle on a
i 'i;e scale so as to make It of commercial
value Theilcrlces shown ami ilesTlbed and
I'.jlimd in jour own patent seems to beau
improvement on Howl's device, lu that
V hue omitted aeveral of Ills steps ami
atUm the same results. In a much more
e iitplo and economical manner, and pro
tli c an apparatus for domestic and other
purposes which U undoubtedly of great
value, and parties owning these two patent
teem to me to have the key to the sltuatlou,
cr In other word, they control all the
J radical device for producing cold In a
cheap and reliable manner by the use of
salts la solution.
Other expert and disinterested testi
mony can be Btlded as to the value or
tho patents. Mr. Marcus S. Hopkins of
Hopkins t Atkins, potent lawyers, or
this city, and formerly u member of tho
firm of Ualdwln, Hopkins & Peyton,
writes under date of September 18, 1900,
to General llaum, president or the re-
irigeraiing company, ana says:
1 was employed some year ago by Itoesl
and his assignees to prepare and prosecute
seme applications for patenta for them for
refrigeration and the manufacture of leu.
Due of these patents, No. 300,1 113, granted
June :0, IhM, was a very brood and Irn
I crtant patent, for what was believed to be
a new and luiiiortant process for refrlgera
tlcn and the manufacture of lee. The In
version and patent of Smith, with which I
tccaine familiar, was believed to be alto au
Important patent. During ray couneetioii
with this business I learned that these In
ventions had been subjected to certain teats
to demonstrate their Value. I was called
upon lu ISbS by the assignee of the potent
above mentioned to make an examination
cf the state of the act prior to the granting
if the patent, as Indicated by United States
and foreign patents ami publications touch
lug the matter. This I did carefully and
thoroughly, and on February ti, l, gave
to Jchn T. 1'arsrason, assignee, a favorable
rrfulon, signed by the flrw of ilaldwlo,
licpklDS A, 1'ejlon, a eopy of which X here
with Inclose you.
I sever had any doubt, either on my own
Judgment la the matter or uponlaforwa
tlon from lutelllgest and reliable sources,
tLat the Inventions and patent were very
The favorable opinion to which Mr.
II -pkina refers ami whleh he gave Mr.
iargason U as follows:
Incompliance with jour reuuest we have
crrtolly examined the United States
I atcnt of J C. Kneel, No. 800, 188, granted
re 10, 1nv, for the manufacture at ice,
cr 1 Lave not been able to gad auvtkiug lu
'rrirtor state of the art, either lu this
ntry or abroad, to anticipate the
I T' nti-.l luveullou. We therefore believe
I'e patent to be vain. We have aba eon
( 'cJ whether the laauufactiire or unu:
' eiftbeKuesi tovetrtsoii would iufringc
, , u Uj uutiMu uhimm asiues pstsat,
' re of the oulBiosi that it would mot.
i an safely, therefore, sdvke ou that,
' i.r opiuiou, the way is dear to saolie,
t f &i d etll the Koal leveuUou uuilr tue
r " 'yt tilil ptteat
I'r'in the point of view of ike patent
' H'-..r the inveatiosu u docLuud to be
' iriat value. Professor Ileay LK
rnnrf rhiuuklpkia was asked toeaake
v.tir rough eisuilnation of tke refrigera
t s I rucis frosii asriesrtiHe elaiipnlm
rr ' tn embody his coaclustoas la a re
r' rr In bis repost tke process is tbus
i ''i t'y and cleeiiy iltirrilaiil
1'- rro. iss consists la the ui. iatlou of
' tl.vclopd by the auluUou of cer-
'" r cbcn.li.sls in water. The apparatus
) - u- Fu-t. a prelUuiuary looling vee
i i wtiihwiU be caJasd Uw lint coaler,
r .6 nuof a tub 1st which to Uacwl a
i pipe throturh which water east be
at, X second, a second cooler, which
rr i us the water frasa the eo8 and is coj
r M with a coil of pip iMstrthutssl In
1 1 r i tcrtor of the rWitgvrstw.
A fcai'i'ly of ivfrigeraUcg asterial is
I " . cJ iu the erst cooler, sad about an
ai ,uiBiity of water added and the ada
! i. 'Luiout f sclircd. X inawlfain of
v. , riure ui about fotts-six dsasaaSls
; ib,i.a Wuns UwnaUoweil loaow
i u u ui toil aiid tato the seswad vi
wLuk itiij 'out the sit has
: i in tin .oiiuwu ol this a further
, .-i.,l of ihi. uaHeratmetoOt(sBsd
i itilitiioi. f 1 1 cold produced is -
i i ly uicus f thenooad coil of pipe
i audio (in iiitesiurof the safitnWa-
i l. uriik 1 1 ic ol the process is alsaple
uiuu., iul i i.4ults sUi necesaajtalif h?
o li uudi ibc saws noeiitsinaa
":'''"' f" iii'dn to eat eat of order,
.iiipulatiuiuo .us sisapsa, n uastesasss
r uuidW u i suisi-f v'f"iiiitafinratiiin
llMOJ . I
'L,Sur T 2wm detail the teeults
mUr of eapertaents with the
xuJ -;oa on to resMar that-i-oti
of this pAK.ee, eessuatied
.if: Uw bj means sf lee 4epeud
., i .he recovery of the sutosfctnae
.11 " - t " ' Lui-ti! it
i UiD a cutfacler thai uu Uuk
i i nUi a u. il U 'L f
lo not1 tf sn advantsfre of the imx es
herewith eonsWered that it in entlnly safe.
rejtHm BTSrriinrry lifthli- frt gjt OWt OT
orr, atrt tTrnt the mntd-lnl Veeplfadeft
nit fly, n4 cs be rtilm.-d eastty.
Th rrrecMolcal adratrtdfrt of tMs
iMthod of cwllfig fticlnrte. sccWrtrBt l
Prrfcnr Lf-rTmnn, the follortnt-
The material can he kept In perfect con
dition nritll reqrrtred.
A coM lfo.WM can r oMalneA, the tetn
peratnre of which can he awnrately gnsrtn
ated to the estred point, and then trane
trl to any point threngh pfpea.
Irtstllltrl labor onlj wlfi he rennlred to
cperste even the largest plants.
Frmlng t temperatttres below 33". snrh
SS In the msklnar of )r-rrirm miiM t
romtnrterl with more advantage and eeon-
n.j imn in ini 111 Ol ICB SWI SSIt
But It la not msjtety on the otwnloTH
of patent lawyers ami nrnfeaws of
chemistry that tin TTnlvcfsnl Hr
frtgeratlng Company relies. A p'ant
was put In the new cafe at Glen Echo,
northwest of the city, several months
ago and the highest prale of the pro
etas onntw from all In any war con
nected with the building. "Mr. T. L.
Page, the proprietor of the Glen Keho
cafe and also of the Senate restartrant,
write under date of the 18th Instant
Ireqntre the nse of 140 pounds of re
frtrerlne salt per day for cooling the two
refrigerators in use at this cafe. The salt
Is recovered by evaporation with steam
nomonr electric lighting machinery snd
hsed over ami over again. It wonM re
quire 800 pounds of Ice per dsy for these
refrigerators to keep them cool, ami the
service would not be so satisfactory. Your
STStem of refrigeration Is completely suc
cessfnl and Is the best I have everased.
Mr. Page wrote more at length In n
letter to the president of the company
on August 4. Ilesntd
1 take pleasure In Informing yon that I
have In successful operation two refrigera
tors at the Arcade Cafe, at Olen Kcho, near
this city, fitted up with the apparatus of
1 find that your system of refrigeration,
based upon the Use of cold brine produced
from reftlgerlne salt carried from the re
ceiving tanks Into colls of two-Inch pipes
set up In the refrigerators, Is effective In
producing a cold, dry air, which preservee
In the most satisfactory manner everything
needed by mo at said cafe. .Meats, poultry,
birds, butter, milk, vegetables ami cooked
provisions of various kinds are kept In
these reirlererators to my entire satisfaction.
The stock of articles carried by me Is In
quantities sufficient to meet the dally needs
of several hundred guests.
A very Interesting ami Important feature
of your system of refrigeration Is that the
rcfrlgerlne salt used in making the cold
brine can be recovered lij evaporation, and
used over and over aaaln. This process
Is carried on at the cafe with perfectsue-
cess In an open Iron pan, In which Is
placed a coll of plpo which Is connected
with our steam apparatus.
I pronounce this sjstem of refrigeration
effectlvcanil economical, and preferable to
the tie of Ice. In my opinion, this sjstem
of refrigeration needs but to bo known and
understood to bo widely adopted. You
are at liberty to refer to me. I will also
be glad to have persons desiring Informa
tion vlttt the cafe and examine the refriger
ators now In practical operation there.
Messrs. 11 & K. llalUlcy, owners of
Glen Kcho Heights and the Glon Kcho
Cafe, d(Uil to Mr. Page's letter:
We fully concur In Hie statement of .Mr.
I age In regard to the effectiveness and
economy of the refrigerators In use lu the
Arcade L'afe, Olen Kcho, fitted up with the
apparatus of the I'nlvorssl Itelriaeratiug
I ompany . We are glad of the opportunity
of adopting till syttem for ue at the
Arcade, and ran rpLnitiiniml Ita uitnuu.m
by other needing a good aud economical
ystein of refrigeration.
Probably the most valuable testimony
in regard to tho merits of an article
would be that given by those who aro
brought Into most Intimate association
with It. Thu cooks at tho Glen Echo
Cafe, who nro kept constantly apprised
of tho condition of the food In the re
frigerators, nre probably better aware
or iho merits of this refrigerating
process In manifold details than even
the proprietor. Consequently It will
be observed In tho statement which
they have sent to the company that they
make particular mention of cases
where tho excellence or the process was
demonstrated, where Mr. Page spoka
or It In ceneral terms. W. II. Gruhnm
nnd Sunday Shaw, writing on the 30th
ultimo, referring to tho refrigerators,
These refrigerators are fitted up with the
sjstem of jour company. We bare ob
served with care for more than two months
the use of these refrigerators, and pro-
nuuuce mem lue dom we nave ever seen.
The temperature of the refrigerators Is
kept very uniform and the cold air very
dry. There lias actually been no loss of
any article since tbe refrigerators have
been put In use. We have kept seine In
perfect order for a jteriod of three weeks
and dressed chicken for two weeks. In
our opinion the uieaU, poultry and game
come out In better cooitltkm from these
refrigerators than we have ever seeu.
Graham and Shaw ure both ex
pet fenced cooks and have been em
ployed as such by Mr. Page for a
number or years.
I 1). lteet, the steward at Glen Kcho
care, in a letter written to President
llaum on August "Hi, added his hearty
praise of this refrigerating process. He
says that aHer having carefully ob
served the operation or the system for
two month he took pleasure la stating
that It gave the most complete satls
facib. a. He continues:
The dry eold air produced keep every
thing iu Hueh better condition than is pos
sible with refrigeratess cooled with fce.
The meats are perfectly sweet to the Uoj.
Poultry can he kept dry, hard, and sweet
an ludesinite tune with this syeteus. I have
acted as steward for Mr. i'age at the United
Stat Senate restaurant and at this place
for nearly four years, and am perfectly fa
miliar with refrigerator. Your system
produces better results than refrigerators
with ice. It Is simple, effective, aud eco
nomical. The eooi and deliberate opinion of
Ike patent attorney, the thorough re
port of the expert in chesnietry ami the
frank and unreserved glUnnanls of
those ialiisuuely Tmtntfil with the
workings of the system all testify to its
kink value, and declare that it is su
perior to all other methods of rcfriger
atioa. Judging from Mr. Pace's experience.
it appears that this refrigerating antes
wottW W especially effective for ssoee
where provisions are kept iu stock,
hotels and markets. A stock of 800
pouiiU of salt, coating $kl. will run
Mr. Page's ntlahlUiimtmi fur a year,
and plenty of salt will remain on hand.
It to noticeable thai the cold pro
duced by the refrigerating process is not
Uw utoikt cold like that whisk eowas
from the melting of ice, but is a dsy
cold which has a woaoetful effect In
pseserving fowl ami game. waJcfc cast
be kept oaly a few days in an ice sa
f riguratof. Then, toe, that lemparaiuse
of a refrigawaior can he sedasflssl to asm,
which gives est tjfraMaae of thirty
two degssass oeer thai mm of kt.
A lekgraw hae heest stamived si Um
Uepajtaaent of State front the l'i
Mates t'wsjuhr Aa-eavt at
Astatic Ttoiey, ajmmiift,; the paesv
eeveus rmesars tSMSSS).
I leave hsma tjsjllisvd.
AM Je mm antes here i
the ease srnaasae "i --
m ht rnaaaanm ppaa psssssaV
the pnisls uf tie 'fttitB s)
cruel veaiiet of sow '- it
runs the en
youareofertahenby the aest ssuiptums of
that terrible ihVwSie, coasunipuon. "Leave
h'pebebsjal! Your ds ate au.aahereii ' "'
AudUut OrtiwWagint SWth la Avon up
iu dnpalr. Cut while there U use, there
i- bote ' Mr Pierce's Uoldco siedkai Uta
i -e( ha i.eced hundreds of canes Worae
-' it i -- ti.l is iu cure you, it ULeu
in nun. But dcU u de,Uicrju. No
I cr ,ii iLt rt tteUJ l-i l.i
.i i V. J 1 U - ..
mmm by harrison.
A fWair Artwr t'eM 1'ay Their
sjWst t the r.xeemtve.
CMWWW SMtRos, Sept. 17. The
PrMfctorrt hat slgtred the rnmmfeataan
of George T. Dobaon of Iowa to be re
ceiver of the lanrt office at Bearer, Olt
larroma, and Will T. Parker to be re
etlret of public mowers at the sume
The Grand Army Pott of Tyrone, Pa. ,
about 100 strong reached here this morn
ing before 9 o'clock. Tn President In
anticipation of the arrival of the veterans
pat to k of an early breakfast and was
ready to receive them The visitors
paid their respects to the Executive In
the "Social Ilall" of the Mountain
House. There were abont twenty-five
ladle with the party. As soon as the
reception was over the veterans returned
to their special train and left the mount
ain for their homes. Shortly after 10
o'clock the President ami a party of In
vll d guests left Creeson for Johnstown
The President sent on to Washington
the nomination of Wm. C. llralsted, of
Michigan, to be assistant surge n In the
The Wreck nrttio Comrnilo ttanrlrmml
Klclit IliinilK Ilrnwnetl,
Dcm-tii, Mihx., Sept. 17. Captain
John II. Coulter of the steamer Louis
iana and Oaptaln J. T. Hittton of the
steamer John which arrived In port
yesterday confirms the lose of the Com
rade. Captain Coulter says he paased
through the wreckage of a vessel be
tween Eagle HIver and the Portage
canal Sunday afternoon. Captain Hut
ton stated that nt 0:80 Monday morning
In the samo vicinity he passed through
Wreckage consisting 6f a vessel's for
ward house, mlr.ren mast and yawl.
The yawl was upside down nnd bore
tho name "Comrade" of Huron.
Thero Is no doubt that the eight
hands went down by the capslvlng or
A Mnu Loe 111 Wire nnd $18,000
J-'eum of I'onl 1'liij-.
Chiccio, Sept. 17. Dr. A. G. Lar
son of Salt Lake City. Utah, has lost
his wife and $18,000 lu n vory strange
manner. Mrs. Larson disappeared from
South Pueblo, Col., Wednesday, the
3d Instant, having almost the whole of
the amount Rbove mentioned In her
possession, and since that time nothing
lias been heard of her, although she
telegraphed her huslmnd to meet hot at
tho lltlggs House, in this city, the fol
lowing Saturday, September 1). There
ore very strong reasons to believe that
the woman has been robbed and per
haps abducted or murdered. The po
lice are at work on tho case.
JEALOUSY LEADS TO A ROW,
And tho I'll I r Onuo nf It linn to I'ny
John Henderson, a yotrng colored
man who lives on Twenty sixth street,
was In tho Police Court this inornlne:
charged with disorderly conduct and
carrying concealed weapons.
Last night Henderson and Jcsso
Ilrown had some words about the former
Interfering with the latter's wife. Thero
was a scullle, and it was claimed that
Henderson pulled a pistol. There was
no proof of this, however, and no
weapon was found upon him when ho
was arrested by Officer Sherman. Judge
Miller waa satisfied that there had beett
sufficient cause to arouse the husband's
Jealousy, and he required Henderson to
pay a nnc or live dollars.
Mary Ilrown, the wife, was also fined
five dollars for disorderly couduot.
A nialioneat Servant Sent to Jutl.
Julia Johnson, a colored servant, liv
ing at Mrs. Illngolds, No. 1105 O street
northwest, was before Judge Miller to
day charged with the larceny of six
yards of valuable lace from the house.
The lace was recently brought from
Paris, aud It was found In the posses
sion of the Johnson woman, who has
been arrested before for the theft of
goods from places where she has been
employed. She tried to tell where she
bought the lace for ten cents a yard.
Judgo Mlllor imposed a tine of 25 or
The 1'uIIib Court Dungeon.
Patrick Maddigan, who has had
charge of the dungeon at Police Court
since the death of Officer Harbin, was
taken home violently III this afternoon.
He attributes his sickness to the filthy
hole in which be has been required to
do duty for the past two weeks. The
uuBgeoa uas aireauv killed two valu
able and faithful 'officers. Sergeant
Ashlon aud Mr. Harbin, aud still no
steps have as yet been taken to relieve
the District of this disgrace.
inject tuYVIdealOK Itrlebtwueil Aveaae
Only three property holders a the
line of the proposed widening of Urlght
wood avenue appeared before the Com
miteloaers yesterday afternoon to object
to the widening of that avenue. They
were Messrs. Wally ami Heltmuller
and a representative of the Masonic
Hoiue. As the law provides that the
land for widening tke avenue inud he
donated, their objection will prevent
the width being Increased.
liullU Jtetura to IVutkluctoti.
It is reported that the Territory of
Utah has ottered a reward of $300 for
the arrest of Robert U. Bullis. ami that
Mr. Turner, although supposed to be in
Utah, is in Jew York following him
up. Last FrUay Bullis wag advised
that the safest p'aee for him just at
present was hi this city, ami he was
seen here hut night. lie had keen ad
vised that rtquistliat) papers upon the
Kew York authorities had been issued.
Kit lutua Letter heSSIemant.
The Stale Department has received a
long nail tntefeetiiig report fiosu U. 8.
Consul Pluiuacker at Maracalbo on tke
subject of lepwey in Zulia. and giving
a deacriptlon of the ifaracailw Isiaresto.
wMcsi in atscris Is tke beet kept isassti
tuUosi in tke world.
The sttcsetafy of tke Tceaauty to-day
qffiwpssal Ike hsHawing hosuts' U.UtW,
IsaWsMti ,m,et. lDsH; ,m'.m,
1M 14 Ms; Mjm, lUi-tH,77i,
Mtk Cafertafs slve lMf wece as
crived to tke aauiNuf of U.w0.Q).
"isvoesaJji bVttor Hresmni kave bet
grasatssl to Wkveiely A Stuck, cossaer
Besagei aa4 C assents sntMkeaet. aa4 to
Peisw Vtskur, J1 Seventh aJxatA north
Tka veds&uf cesssjuwy la which
Cutocad JVry si He kas a hU In
Mst vomm of a 8 o'dtnik tkis even
tag, euadsud I esietiHe ..
The aitttnUvnu.ff our madam e eallea lo
tke adverUwouesU of the AuiedLiii Kur
ItUtr (.'ouipaut The big heel- uf Lhio
LWiL.!!. Utit. ori i at IU -L ( - a'
!,LLL.,f.,uI..f,.iil ..I. l...
.amrwrirti Tat i ntr iwrWrs wr BHt
Itenrs Will rse MrMnssn.
The strike of the Jontweyiwett honte
palnters of this city for eight-hows'
labor was Indorsed by tire Perreratlon of
Labor by an nnaatmnM tote at tnelr
meeting lt night. A tdretra
also received from the Feiferatfoa In
Baltimore Indorsing Iheir actio.
This morning a large nnvnbet of the
striking; painters congregated at the
headquarters of the Painters' Assembly
on Louisiana avenue, and the strike
was general ir discussed. The secretary
reed a telegram from the Brotherhood
of Painters and Decorators, an orgnnlss
Hob hen tofore hostile to the Knights nf
Labor, expressing their sympathy and
admiring the tood Judgment of the a
sembly In making the strike Just prcvi
mis to the short days that aro coming
on. They alao say that they will scn-t
none of their men to take the place of
mc tTCKea out men. HMH
The officers of the assembly (leciare
tht Ir Intention of sticking out, even If It
is necessary to make every member a
Isrsss printer and supply him with an out
fit. It was stated that among the booses
of this city, 88 had given In to the strik
ers ami 21 held out, but among the latter
are five who have one man working at
eight hours so that they are virtually
eight hour shops. Among the more
prrmlnent tmeses who have given In are
LmmetA Quarterly, W. P Brown,
Mclfally ASon, J. W.Hall, Geo. Mil
ler ami others.
Mr. Thomas Brown, president of the
Master Painters' Association, declined
to discuss the situation, "but you may
jay," he said, "that the bosses are
happy ami we are open for orders."
It Is understood that the bosses Who
refuted to accede to the demands of
the strikers will endeavor to secure
men from Baltimore and Philadelphia.
Llcvcn new men who appeared this
morning were "captured" by the strik
ers and will return home. No more
new men have arrived to the kpowl
edge ol the strikers, and, If any do so
during the day, the assembly will try to
Induce them to return.
ABANDONED THE SHIP.
The Drew Save T!iMnotvo, Hut T-chto
the Vrtel to Jtn Destruction.
Nrw UBDFOttn, Mass., Sept. 17.
Dispatches received here from San
Francisco report the loss of tho bark
Pope In the Arctic Ocean. Sho was
abandoned on Point Hope, July 38.
Her crew was saved. It Is feared that
tho stores which had been sent north on
the Tope have been destroyed, nnd If
this be the case the vessels In tho Arctic
fleet will be greatly Inconvenienced.
The 111 faled bark was owned by a
syndicate or New Bedford ship-owners
and valued at $8,000. She was partially
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
VVnnlilnctun stock KiohiuiRe.
' Hegular Call IS o'clock m.
EcklDgtoii and Soldiers' Home Itallroad, J
at 80. U. 8. Klectrlr Light, S at 170; 3 at
liii. Amer. (Iraphophoue, 50 at 17; (W at IT.
Miscellaneous llond U. a. Electric
Lights lst.0's. 100; U. 8. Rleetrlc Llirht
intVSS, 103: & a. Convertible, tl's.
; .Masonic Mali Ass'n, 5'a. O 1MW, 107,
Wash. .Market Co.. 1st Alort., 6's, 310,
Wash. .Market Co., Imp., 6's, 11(1; Inl'd A
Seaboard Co., 0's, 0 18B7, -; Wash. Lt
Infantry, 1st, fl's, 1WH. W: Wash. Lt. In
fantry, 1, 7's, 1M0I, I; Wash, (las Lleht
Co., Ser. A, 0's, l'.O; Wash. Uos Uht Co.,
Ber. II, 0's, 117; Hygienic lee t'ommny.lst
Jlort., fls, ; American Security aud
Trust, !0t. '
National Bank Stocks Bask of Wash
rigton, 4S0: Hmk of Kepubhc, JOB; Metro
pollun, SIOO; Central, 875; Second, 200.
tanners ami J!echaBloa 183; Citizens'
IU); Columbia. 170; Capital, 118: West
..'.r' irauers-, ias; uacom, 110.
Itallroad Utoclcs Washington and
(leoreetown, ; Metropolitan, 180; Co
lumbia, 70; Capitol and North t) Htreet,
01; L'cklngton and Soldier's Home, 08;
Ueorgetown and Teonallytown, 53; Bright-
Insurance Slocks Firemen's, 45: Frank
Ho, 60: Metropolitan, 75; National Unlee,
80; Arlington, ITS, Coreorae, 85; Colum
bia, Ji: Uerman-AmerleaB. 175: Potomac.
W; Klgg g; People's 5J; Lincoln, 51.
Title Insurance Stocks Meal Estate
Title, 190; Columbia Title, 6; Wasblagton
Gas and Electric Light Stocks Washing
ton Gas, -tflf; Georgetown (las, 4&; U. 8.
Elcetrle Light, 165.
Telephone Stocks l'eoBsylvanJa, 85;
Chesapeake ami fotowac, 71; American
Miacellaaeoua Stocks. Washington Mar
ket Co., 16J; Washington Brick -Machloe
Co., 90S, Great Falls lee Co., 307; Ball
lluu Panorama Co., ; National Safe De
posit, 880; Waahlngtoa Safe Uepolt, lt
W aselngton Loan aud Trust Ca, 4f; Na
tional Typoeraphle, 1, Mergeotnaler, ;
rnenniaUe Gun Carriage, ; Anaerican
Security and Trust Co., 58; LumoIb Hall,
; Urgfenie lee Co., j Inter-Ocean
tone." D. C. on Kuntlar, Seetealwr ti,
Ifse. by Sev. A. K atnart. D. 1).. 1hS
HoUerNh of Jfew ok etty to Laey Reverir
TaJcott, danealer uf the lale Ckarles u.
Klenatend, Va , papsee pteaee copy.)
VEKABLS -On TtueUny, Seeteasber 1
let, at rtti m. of typaohl fever, A-t-luwart
A enable, on of ML. and V. L.
enaUe. aged IS yean, ( taonts.
TuTfSK.-Suiidenlr in tUUtaaofe. M4.. on
( wulay. Septesaner II. law, Phillip Jerome.
Msakuebead of Annie K. Topper, -
Interment at Fredesiek City, IU.. on
WedSHMday, leptesniier IT. tsfie.
O'siSIL.-Oa nepuunher 15, lens. Hanpie
May, Infant daughter of John and Etten
OTfeU. aed month and IS day.
HKJLM AM.-Batered Uto rest winder. p-
tessaee U.1W0, Wuliain Ueunak.asMd :.
VYIKOTO. -On Monday, nenlesaber 15,
am. at hl.U u. at. 8axsI MoEuV son !
the late tenutel and BttaaneU Burr
t AkLJUt -Oepmrted this life Wdy. Sey
tesster tt. ML at 4 o'elca. Hubert Cialer.
beloved anahaski of Catharine Caaler, In the
u ftM ot aia aeye.
LKSCA IX jm.-rjeoerted
thu me Sey-
tetuber 15. lsna. at H:Ut t as . MoJUe,
luiuiuiw wh ana iiisnfio
4u pieaae oopy .)
t nensesnher l-L
Msf year of bis
Wat. O.S. Grant
XeCof . in t&e
MOBJUX-JlA Bttmeetuaru. shl.iieptesBher
, nr. Henry O. Soniae. son of Ihe lte
J. X Konrae. V, S. X . and of
w aarnestonni at i oMock,
gstis. auasiarah J. Perkioa. ssted ssyear
LUtrT AM WVMt.
ssaiU eosssdnyiun rbu and pin; green1
f OaW-iOxii)AY APTgimoOK,
j j uooa Hosiniiniig care
Da.nuM ur i .11
UtMral imuS will h.
to thin uSSoe- tu.Jt
VI WILL PAV
noney"loi eeso' lsafeuva &
cuMntuniosiKst ur okkim.
gnd Jltk and th U a e. ConulirTon witu
Vt TM TIMM.
ISPSf I At. HWTtCII.
On if r. or !t rsSnTKimrT
or r-rnit' ifWon.
vrAmf.Tfx, r r -fptf mtw re. im.
Tlrct nf ftfiitoti tho pflbl'C school
miy op hi at the niari achool fmfld n hv
ffJl!'P f,2. on rl. tVAT or "ATtR
PAt.thetiiTH orarrti I. TlT,rwt?en
the hoM of s m and to a ., or betw
1 he hour, of t sml r. n. m
tttpni who? names en the rolls etttw
nhf.nM rfpfrt on Monday mornfnt at the
"'.$' '" h,r' ,h7 hrlfWHrso hwt year.
Tiricrt pchoiatt nhonM tint report eatn
Thf alioicfllroilMtlS spOlrtO the School
tf Anapo.tln. nillsdate. Jtetrlt Pleasaet,
ntt Thfni and the f evir SehOo! of th
tonnty. Pnr.il desfrleg to MteM other
Connts dobr.,,1. will not report tmtll Monday
Jor - Thr nffioe of the Rnpcrvl'ing Prln
rlral of the Hrt trtThnoti hai nern rejhir I
trim thr rranklln Pchool to the Dnnloa
Rihm.l n a Mreet, between Thirteenth ami
Fonrt renin trets northwest.
I"nt1l formerly tltSSSm the Thonson
(hfoi -nil! report at theFraBWlniSchooi.
W. B. POWEt.t,
ROCHBALt CO Of KRATtVR o
clct v. Members of thH mrlft In m
sflrtn of the trwrle cant to APML, ft. and
In teiertee In the matter of roi and woxl
rnonin ran on tne nmrerfenM N-fore fwrvt
PER 7 for information, etc v t. Lonely. w
Astne. tjrr'l Iept: Smith Thumwun H
Fstn w,JT.ard P Dlr War lfpt : L Van
df rhoef. 99 Frenrh nf , Bn Wat : g r Paw
Sf't-?18 5L"'! re n ?! fourth Ami. off : .1. 1.
Mrfabe. M st n e. r o Dept . rj 3 B
TIB B St w, L M. O off., L P. Hant. Ill
8 t n w. Slsth And off ; L B. OrHley, TW
l st n w, Rr off , Trcae,; John Monism,
415 R st n w. Pension off ; lr. Joseph .lonr.
SSI' ra. are n w, Cars;. Oei.'s off; Rdwnril
Ptxton SOT II rt n e.Oov. fm' off : W.
Hnrshs. SOS II t n w, Ch Room. Treas Bt
oritcrofthe commute, J. w. nAR8tlA,er
retary. en Im
SW-TKMrDRARV OPFIC'X or THR
PCS(' WA81HNQTOS LOAS AND TRUST
This emnpany lsnes eerllfleates of deposit
lirarlng Intsrest as followv Oa all amonnts
drroslted for ninety days or more, but Ies
than six months. S per cent, per aannm: 14
per cent, on deposits for more than olv
month, hut lew than a year and 4 percent,
on deposits of one year or longer,
Secured Investments for sale.
W. II. HODISON. See. B. 11. WARNKR.rrse.
John T. Arms, George P. Sohafer,
Charle 11. lHUley, John A. Hamilton,
James L. Harbonr, Thomas Somervllle,
(leonre 8. llerlo), John A. Swore,
Horace S. Cnmmine. J. S. Swonwtedt.
J. J. imrlliwton, llattersley V. Talbott,
John Joy Rflson. Oeore TrtMwdell,
Charles J. Fanlkaer, II. 11. Warner,
Albert P. Pox, A. A. Wilson,
().C. Green, L, D. wine,
William B. Onrley, S, W. WyS want.
John II. Lamer, Cms. Ben, wllhlnsofl,
A. S. Wotthlrnton.
Will remove nbjecthmablehatr from the faee
ami arm In ten mtnates without Injury to
t lie most dsltente skin.
?cnt anywhere on reeelptof price. Semi
tamp for circular.
NRW YORK TOILBT CO.,
I'e ave. amlltthst.,
Washtnelon, I). C.
Ills Penna. ave opfMMlte Wlttard's Hotel.
Thonsaads from far and near visit Dr. White'
establishment for relief from ami avoidance
of come, huskies, diseased nail and all
ether foot trim Mm. Hours. Ra. m. tSn.m
Sundays. tola. tHHeefee.fl per rlalt for
put Unit the feel In irood order. JUtablltheJ,
capWASiiiN(rroN sAPafngprHtTro ,
1F 18 and Sis renmylranla avenne.
Rooms lire and bentlar proof , and all above
ground, particularly adapted for the storage
of furniture, tee uree, .to. anst-im
fgyCIIARTKHKD MY CONORRM JSW.
FHAXKLIM 1NSUUA.VCK CO.
OF WASniNOTON, D. C.
CAPITAL AND StrRPLUS, tm WO. Has
never contested a lo tijr Are. bnt alwar
make prompt and liberal adjustment. Dr.
Daniel It. Clarke, pres't: George R. Lemon,
vlce-prea't; CnarleeH. Bradley, tree ;t. Pen
wick Young, sec'y: Will V. Boteler, ass't
WHY NOT HAVK YOUR SHIRTS
made bv one of the moat MlAhratait
estters In Amerleaf Prloee aaaM a these
third-rate eattere chars. i T. IULL, oSiir
J. WILLUM LRK
oinoeesser to Henry Lee's Sene),
Branch oake, Ms Marrland ave.
fr-LADIBnl LApisWt LAOIhi
av 3tr. MeCatfeoy U the aoly bat and
bonaet-fraoe maaafaetnrer In the etty Call
and eee her new aaapee. Sleachfag and
pretng. Straw and felt naU altered to the
latest style. Orders rpromptlT attended te.
wee n. w.
VAXTllD-TWO COPPER PL-TR RN
1 1 gravers: one expert in lettering and
Mlpple or sand tinting a rbuwn on C'unet
and Geudetie Survey cberu; alarr St.sOJ
rer annna; and one with less experience;
salary jSCS per annum. A!j cipert eu
gravers of topogmpbv aatl tlpil ur sand
tinting, to contract for work to be done at
their home, further information will be
urnlehesTon application. T C. MsWDRK
HALL. Superintendent U h Coat and(eo
dsttt! survey; leelTjadlt.
WAVTKD-A WHITE OIMLTOIM) BUK
erel housework A ipy t SIS M t e w.
"lArAXTKIJJ-WOMAN TO COOK. WASH
l and Iron: mnt tay at n'gfat and b'l'ir
refereniea. sill S w 0 e
Tt TA XT Mil A
UlitL TOd .ENKAL
mojtt nam wli rttutfn-
1 1 homework;
ttrAKTEIV-A B')V 1 HtttEUiMSRLF
1 1 generally useful in the torv: nuut nave
saeoMniulatVe Id S Ulh tt m w t" It
rA.JPPID-A KK-PBiTtKLE WHrTK
gwi rur aur-e; nwat he able to give ref-L-eaadbe
lsUliuglo leave city. Call at
SPS A at e.
rAXTRU-OOUCOOK IX SMALL PAM
I il: BUM stav at uinkl and kaTrSr-
ertea. 1T3S 1Mb t a w 17.3s
WAKTRO-A WH1TB GIBLTO M OsW-
eral honaework. Call atMasd q a ig.
VVAMTEU-A SEAT OIKL TO
ii .aosuewors ana aatiat
i family of .
Mrs. CALL. W lh
A TAIWRIJ-A GOOD UUtMAX OIKL VOat
1 1 general avueewofs. uwt at km r at
TrAiTE-tiOOe WUMAK POMPAMILY
r AMKD-A WBP: B WOnUSC TO HELP
.'' ears hr a child lu i te faaJir; hour
fross Ta as to e pat; must live sad eat at
home. Apply at iora. leu F at a w MSt
-r AKTED--A (UHL TO OUSJet AHS DO
i i aesusnw euuaewora: a aoioeeu. w
stay at night; reference, required.
XT AnTEe-ConuvETEMT WOMAK TaDO
J general huaaew.rk u, amU family. 5M
E st n w. is.it
WAMTED-UDILJ AUgll WOIIAK fOSt
) general aoa twork: white p.famsd:
jBUat have reconunesiiauuu XsiAJ Uf fe
"lr AMTED-A bOOO VOMASl t ilOS: OSR
ii wno wuuoauttiecbsaeAerwvj-if. I'm,
atrhiTtfcat sr. u tab
t V wust iBdersTKt tu-iUiea and i
well reeesasseadBSL Apciv at iS7tS
lrAMTH-A CtRL POM UEsUCsUL
) V housework for nm.)l family: auwt bare
.ity rsiaeaaoee and stay at night. l9STt
rAKTE-(UL SXiM Bi ONU Wofuii
it teieaaare tsojaved. AdpIjijLw.
rtfB womas mciMM.
n -twciav. iseat
it -f-c 4TIUTE
1 1 rvanu. eous and
ftited; beat of sxfecec
:uir. Ucrr wv
t. a.:- a4U
r VTfSy-QQOlk iiKLlAHLt
ii i ' n cnaetw n.m)..-s t
rciecencwii eeulr.. ' . i- i
m iT fatn
' SilD lu
A rjrPRTlWT fllRI. TO
, r wK. nn.ii hiiu inin mii.i w Rriioini
honswrotk; must h ire city referenres sn 1 eo
T ? Coot,
AAb aMB tAA M.J A.. bmiAImI
mnu i mint, lira i sr. I yn
lUANTRD-A fVPrRlf JTOHAS To
1 1 do general hwMeforlt: referenres re
nwireii Apply at wrsjiflnrt n w wn
tJJ?TBri-AOIHtOR WOWAt TO foo
and r!o gctretal honsewjrlt. f all i1r
at oRstn, ,,,,,",;",,. , ,, ,,
rA5TRn-BT a tmoRtn woma, a
rlare as chaTnherBiaM, cook or nurse
good oltv references. A only ISS7 Wh '.i n w
ArATSTRD-BT A WIT OM","a
II sitnstton as good plain enr In a small
arlstorratlo family: no washing and ironin:
with city reference. Call at U SM st n tr.
XfA.T!ln-BT RESPSXTABLR WrtlTR
girl a situation In a small family Apply
atWSKst s if t?
II slrl. a plare s rhsmor'TnaM of walirrm
In a small family: good icfe-en"p An.itt nt
1 88 8th5t n W. tTI
"7ANTfcti-hT A BTTI.Kn WoMaN, A
siinatlon to do light honsrwork In small
family; no cooklne. good home main obtei't.
Inquire tr I .! n .. t7.1t
"ItrANTRD-BT A hiepRf TARLI WHITR
T) clrl. p!re as rhimbermaid; willing
and obliging call at Is 7 R sf n W. t'.lt
rANTRD-BT TfH'NG COLORRn nlHK
a sit nation to do general housework.
Address HARR1RT WARtt.sil Sstn W. 1S.1t
VAST1tD-UT A RRL1ABLK COLORBD
1 won an, employment by day or asnlne
totskchomc. SSB9BI h st n w. IMt
rAR1KD-BTA RRSPROTABM WniTE
t girl, a sltnstlon as chamhermntd or
nnrse In a prtraf e family: good references
Call lss M st n w, rear honse pi u
.TAWTRD-BY 9 RBrRrTABI.B t'OI. II
tlrls. nieces a rhamnermalds or nnrse-t
15 private fam. lies. Cal lM 10W ISth st n w.
VASTBD-SITl-ATION AS DHIVRR.TO
i take rare of horses or as waiter, by a
reepeetahle tolorrd mnn: best referenres
Address lyVinw.g is,1t
YUANTED-nY COLORBt) MAM.AOKSS,
i a situation to work In a dry goods store.
WATVTBD-hY RRSPROTABLR WlttTB
TV girl, a ltnation as chambermaid and to
alst In washing and ironing. Pleaee call at
Sl 1st st s w. I8.1t
noman, a place In private family to do
ehamherwork ami waiting or thamberwnrk
ard the rare of large children. Call 11 loth
st n w. ts.Jt
A FKW DBSIRABLK ROOMS. WITtt
steam power, good elevator service and first
class lanltorsblp, In the roT BUlLDIMO,
for rent at low rates to first-class tenants.
Apply to STILSON mrrctllNS, I1 Pixt
Bnlldlng, or FRANK MAOUIHB, Snperln
tendent. Fin: SALru-iiousiw.
J?onCKD SALE OP HKAT. RSTATK.
! DO YOL- WAST A SNAFr
That ftne old bomestrad. SSSI (J at n w,
comprising nearly SOOra feet or eronnd ami
among the most delightful elevation In
Georgetown, will be eold at a sacrtfloe If
taken Kin. Turns can be made atlfac-
iory; but the property must be mid at onoe.
ley at Mr. C. II. Plckllng'a once. High st,
L O. JOHNSON.
an.tf Rh hanlivllle. Va.
TTOIt SALX-1N ALXXANDIttA. 8-MOOM
X frame bonee.Jast finishing; nrdranttn
yard; lot ISxllS: snug borne; price, SflO. At
fly to ROHKRT J. T1IOM.VS, Koom No. 1. SIS
T?0R HALX-THRRR OF THR UIIKAPB8T
V bontes In Wahlngtfin, 10S, 108 and 1 10
ilf h st n o; two-story and basement, brown
stone trimmings; 7 rooma and bath; electric
bell and gas; price, StfiO each, $100 cash
balance to snlt or trade for eood lots.
rent itti.NT iioijsim
lits Mas ave. l; rs and stable Woo (
111! Kst n w. Mrs joo oo
lMtnw, lir..... imoo
lh st ex.. IS r isaoo
Ml It i n w. 1 r us oo
IMS 1Mb st n w. 11 r MM oo
17J7iJtnw. lire MM oo
TBI I Slst n W. U rs 100 (J0
4 Lafayette Hiuare, IS r
Sis Est u w, ISrj SS S3
till PiUw.tJ r Tft SO
io N st n w. io r as as
lUtoughtont,9r SO OO
IMMoughtonst, r soco
MIS Corcoran at. Or 4i 00
80 N J ave n w, r -MOO
14th stnw. Mr st 67
im Katn w.sr saw
tsse vt w,7r saw
IfMS 7th st n w. str and dwg M oo
seoeostn w.srs M u
tSSS Pierce Place. S r SO M
ses utb st n w. s rs ioo
MHNYave.Sra , M tt)
lies jstb st n w. s r ,.. S5 (W
1014thtaw. Sre 5 00
MSI .t hit, 8 re
The above bourne can be egasslaed by per
mit front our office oaly.
THOMAS J. FISHER A CO.,
MSt Fat, n. w.
IT'OK KENT-TWO BRAND NEW SIX
I.' room frame booties, high and dry loca
tion; near eburebee aud nubile school In
Uutocto-vn. Inquire of A.BEHMEND.SHH
1-OK HALK AND HBNT
EAL EhTATE BULLETIN
THOMAS B. WACIOAMAN, StT F street.
Ctanges wade Wednesday and Saturdays.
S-STOMY HMICX AMD FRAME HOWBW FOB
liM to US Y st n e. b h, i n, and aSI to
SSOlSthMue. bh.Sr. all. .. .tuyiM
KJB4tkt at, ba.Sr S.5M0
srarsth xn w bh,sr s.ouo
4C Lt n bh. ui.Sre ,V
Mttethiitn w, f a. Ire S.S0S
a: Myrtle t at, bkr re S.W0
ass and aufi O at aller. f k.in .'.JW
lSVISStbst a w. bh r .iM0
SM and SM Marion alley nw.fh. I r. i.O
i.nd 41 0 t alir n w, f h. 4 m 1.SW
lat-i iu l!l SMh t n w. b h, rs. wh.. I.hw
IIS ioSl1erietnw. bh.r 1.
112E t at.l h.0 rs , UVH
MMartle kt ae bn.7r LTU0
ft u sis Kllma w, bh, ra. each.. l.
ijt ii w. f h. r Ln
MISEkl. fh MSg
lJWldun w. f h.t re 1.500
m tuU4dtue.bu,s a 1.W0
TSSllthat ne,f h. (rs l.ew
For a terss of ss yesist.a valaaele place of
saDiotmitvoniltkat. uuPai .
aeai run per snuntn and imsm.
- - - . - -. - 7 --
UtMFMOVe FiaOriBsHV FsMt SALS,
fs ave. hetsta and Ttlsssse Ml
Maasave. bet Bel ave and Ut stag. it
e at. Cat 41 and uia.
S w cor 3d and L sieae. te
MODUS tan UiBSlT
" " Bar
USD Vain w.Srs .TiT
iwb tan st n w. a re
sascsts w. tie.
Ut X st a e. rs.
Str and dwg iiliUMBW. V
Suanddwi 9eVBstn w.
Wr and dwg intuit kt n e, r
ss LSave. let aoor. xuansn . . .,
Route 8 and MV id aue& Uta rt .
ittirervswa W, ttt ae-
Stable tear W E st a v
Shoprear W O stnw .
In anas to an
The above 1
on mv uociAa.
Luilai, J-Misai on tae 1st
CUlStSl aVICAL MSiTATSJ.
ri ALE-ABOi.T 17 ACMBU Usf iO WT
a a ecteaded. on the ttoe uf the Caking-
BJMBxk aBBtenajaunaBjiBi anjaSHSsy SBBBurStssssBJ aBBananBJp SB nBBJaat
iue ii 1. uw j uw-iOB rnaje,
ajuny eaMaa ' Rdgn wood ' a good
-FBSFiisia sntsrsiflge al
Loaav Kau. 11: 1 ia-u'.c e.
IWOFOSAl FOR AflFBALT PAVRf RIST
I atrd FooteMlkSj-rrmce of PnWro Build
tngs and ifronnd, war tVparTment. Wah
trigvrm. n c , Sept ff, WW. Seated protoa s,
indnpll'-ste will bo r r,lvedatthls offlre
ftntil noon PATfRDAT. BRFTKlifBRR m,
WS, for constmrtlng 3,llfaTl, mors or
!r, of s-ihall pavement, 1,.1(l0 -qare yards.
mere or te of asphalt sralks, and
f- r repatrtng l.wio wioare yards, more
i r lens, of asphalt walks In the piVlc
grounds Attention iinifwl to Arts of con
grew spproved FVnrwary SS, lass, and Fehrn
ary n. fsV. vol , peer m. and vol 41. t"g
H4, tatnTes at lArarc Fotm and snefflfiea
tlors ran be obtained at this office the
T'nlted States reserve therljrhtjo reeri any
srd all promwal. O. H RhiVST, f'ol mrl V.
S Army --J !,
I)RfmSAt8 FO FCL,-r. COST
1 and neoffeTfe Survey office, Washlneion.
"eptembet a. r8St). Sealed prorals wl I be
rrcehed attlrls offije mull So Vine p m of
THfRSDAT. BRPTEUBRR 18. 1vn. and
opened Itrrmedmtely fhereaff er In the pres
rmeof bidders, for fnriilshlngtwohnndred
and thlrt VflHS) tons brit quality While Ash
Fnmace rvm), ten iW tons lirst -imiiity White
Ash Stove fVml. srron '7i rords twwt qnitltty
TTne Wfflnd, sawed onre, and two ,i ronts
best qtiamyhodv Hlrko Wood swe1 onrc
the feel to be deliyercd nblerf to the pro
visions of seellmi 1711 of the Rerted Stnlntet
of the t nlfed Staff" -.! tond m the vnlt
orhlotTte Award-will lie made. Item bv
Item, to the best bidder for earh Item, and
the right lsreeretl torrlert any or all Sid",
smd to waive anv deferts. Form f,w pro
posals will be rnrntshed on application to this
office Envelopes to be Indorsed "Proposnls
for Fne,' and addressed to the Snperhrtend
rnf of the foaat and oeodetle Snrve, Wah
Inaton. Ii C. T.C. MRTSDRRfHALUSupenn
Ft)lt HUNT KOOStq.
t?OR RRrtr-nTRlVISHRn OR IT.'VFtJR
I. nished-1 large, pleasant rooms, l and
d B -wire; Avenne cars pnse door: near De
MMtaierrt; will be rented en suite or single.
Pa ave n w.
t.OR RRNT-BRmilT. St'NNT RfKIMS.Sn
I. floor, alcove bed room, parlor and large
room connecting' single or en suite, also
room on 1st floor, all handsomely fnrnlshed;
private family ins s 1Mb st n w. nr
OR lIKUT -HANDSOMELY FURNtSIIBD
laree moms: nnrth,-ri and son! hern .
MttllM Ktl, nMlllMdM. la wIihIaim all Ml.
ern conveniences; first clsse table bimnl at
reasonable rales, sill R stnw. 17 1t
OR RRNT-DINIHO ROOM, KITCHRN
and front bed mom: fnrnlshed for linnse
keeping Hi I st n w I7.at
RENT-S CIIEERFTJL. WBLt
1 nlsbett nommnnlrafbitf frntif m
II "--.; -- - " .......... wmi ,.nw., . Vn-
1l floor: terms moderate: eentlemon
f-,re .Tuuiniiino-ntiiTK inmi nsmn on
ferrrd 11 Sd st n w
TJ10R RRNT- IMS I ST N W-HANDSOMRLY
JJ fiirolshed rooms, single or en snlte, with
bath, prlntle family and moderate terms;
hoase and location first class IV.St
T?OR HKNT-I OR FI.OORS-S ROOM
JJ each floor: furnished for complete
bonsekeeplng, with a fine piano; would pre
fer to sell fnrnltnre: at JO? 7th st, adjoining
Firemen's Insnrance Company Inquire HI
Fa ave, up stairs ty.st
I?OK RKNT-Mll II HT N W-NIOBt.Y FUB
; nlshed room, with dressing room and
good lioaM for 1 or S gentlemen. 17t
FOR BBNT-IICS 9TII HT N W-LtROR,
pleasant sd story front room with board!
rrfereace eachanged. Mjt
T7flltltRNT-7I71TIISTN W-SOAND D
J' floor front and back rooms; newly fur
nUheilj also 1st floor front parlor nnlrnlht.
17011 HRNT-S UNFfHNISHRD COMMUNI
I1 rating rooms on tld floor atHtMhxm par
lor on tat floor: southern expoenre; with or
without board: will permit very lighthouse
keeplt g. S07 R st n w. lojt
VOK 1IKNT- TO (IRN1 LEMAN AXI I SB,
I Tplt lillftlt wtlAti fil.l.t..ul s. u.- ..n
snlle or ilngle; referem-cs exrhangeil.
. i niivnv tiiiiuiiit, iiiii-ii.-s linillin, iril
si n w .
IT'OK HUNT- SID OK 3D STORY BACK VNI1
1 front rooms In a small private family of
adults, with board and the comfort of a re
fined home to an rlderly couple or gentle
man lsM Massuvc n w. is 11
JJVIR RKNT-ltIO KT1I ST-LAROkVroNT
. room with bay window; Id floor; nlnely
fnmlsheil and very desirable; private family;
gentlemen preferred: reference ,s.st
Ir-ORRRNT-g OK 8 BEAUTIFUL ROOM'I;
' furnished; tirivate family: corner hoase;
open grate; bey window; aouth front; refer
encea required HOIK stnw. lsjt
170R RENT-ITNFURNISHED-TWO Newly
r patered oommunlcatlng room. Sd floor;
bay window, alcove: aouthern expoeure;
heat. ga and bath; new brick: private Um
tly: elect rlo oar law door; SIS. Si New
York ave. ivm
J?OR RENT-TWO LAHOE, LllillT KRONT
1 rooma nicely furniklied, J and id floors,
all coiivenienie; terms reasonable; refer
enrrs ex haageil imimhstnw. lM
ITtOR RKNT-llHlfiHT. WKLL-FT'HNISIIRO
L1 front rooms with excellent beds and good
attettlon WIS (J stnw lvat
l?OR RKNT-S11 II bT N W. S COMMUNI
X1 rating room; nicely turnWhed; single er
en suite, without board; parlor on Ut floor.
JfOR RENT-THKEE VERY DBHIRABLE
room unfurnished: Sd story, tint -else
cality convenient to depot; one-naif
nquare from Ave can; no other roomer; beat,
gaa and bath: lo adult 1017 SaM st IS St
I710K RENT- t NFl RNIHHED - DOCBLE
. iwilor and other room; en sntte; Im
tUDMi eloeet all .n i. with Bret else board;
reference required 17ttt F t n w. lVSt
IJIOR HKNT-1N l'UI ATE FAMILY. T-VO
! very pleaaant front room with hall bed
room, suitable fur one or two genthraaen;
reference. Apply at tlS Indiana ave. Mat
IT'OK RBNT-TO ONE OR TWO GRNTLE
men. a ) story back mom. SS, and hall
room, 54: If taken together, !10; refereneee.
14SS Corcoran t 15-St
T7H)K KENT-1M4 n T, U lTESOFLAkUSB,
V nicelv furnished rommnnleallng rooa;
on l and S.1 floor; with bay wtadow, large
closets and every convenience; loeaUon and
neighborhood unexceptionable; teems rea
v. sfil-lw w (SI. MWII ri-n-
I' nwhed room, 2d floor, south front; bay
wtnduw and alcove; reference exchanged.
lOK K8NT KKMlUIP BOOMS. WITH
X or without Umrd: eingie or en suite, con
venient to ir and the Department. At
611 1 lln t n w. hat F and O at 15 at
MO.MJV TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN ON HEAL ESTATE OR
trt-cuuw aecttrith at to west rate of
UUereet. No delay where aaaurjtr b good.
ON BY TO LOAN ON QUOD SECURITY.
TTTLE CO.. I7e La ave.
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Incortmrated by the LcgblatBre foredaea
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ch'semadea tart of the rem uut atate OBn
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ten months hi the year, and are all drawn In
public at the Academy of artiste, New Or
"We do hereby certify that wesapervrso
the arrangement for all the Monthly and
Peml Annual Drawings of the Uubnam State
Lottery o., and In person manage and eon
trot the Drawings themselves, and that the
same are conducted with honesty, fairness
and In good faith toward alt parties, and we
anthortae the company to nse this eertladate
with facsimiles ol onr signatures attaebed.
In Its adTertlwment.-'
We, the Mttderelgaed banks and hankers,
will par all rases drawn In the Laalssaaa
State Lotteries wbieh may he rwosrtsil at
R. M. WAI.Mf.LEY, Prest La. Nat. Bank.
V. MNAUX. Fre't Utn Nat. Bank.
A. BALDWIN. Fres'tN.O. Nat. Hank.
CARL KOHN. I-res't Union Nat. Bank.
WILL TAKE FLACE AT THE
ACADEMY OF MUSIO
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