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TIIE WASHINGTON CRITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 27, 1889.
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Auiavoh's "Pearl of Pckln."
National "Ho, blio, lllm, Her."
Haiihis' IIhou "True Irish Hearts."
Kuimak's Make's Kqutno Paradox,
(ii mus Varieties.
trcLonANA Uattlo of Dull ltuii.
I'rnoni Contemplating n Change
In llitlr ltootns on llio first of May, can lltiil
Elegant Apartments for Kent nt Kulu's Hotel
una ltrstaurnnt, Hit K street northwest, with
or without Hoard, at moderate rates. Ceil
t rally located and unusually convenient.
Heo nml You Will ltujr.
9e blrnw Matting "you should see."
l"c Ntraw Matting you should buy.
We Straw Matting, a good quality.
S3c Straw Matting, ued to sellat tnc. ,
8V: straw Mnitlng, Rood enough for all,
-10c. Mraw Malting, funoy biands, nnd is
icd for special colored rooms.
tcv Straw Matting, cry odd nnd tinlnno.
?' Straw Japaneso Matting, of highest
Oass. V. II. llornMToN ft Co.,
l'.'isnmi UMOl'st. u. W,
Ciitcli on to This,
Now Is llio season to buy your jialnls, oils
mul brushes, It would pay you to rail on It,
II llruwn, corner of Seventh mid N streets
northwest, before purchasing olsowhcro.
Jtudilcn'n Spring; nml Stimmor (looils.
TliW iKiimlnr Installment establishment, nt
Wo and WJ Set cnth street n. w., Isrocelvlnu Its
full supply of spring and summer (foods, t.:
All sires nnd qualities of refrigerators, doslr
ublo bed room sets In solid oak, also now
inattlng, Imby carriage, rarpcts, otc. Tur
tles desiring to furnish their houses eanllnd
imitlilng they might wnnt In Itudden'M on n
cash basis with easy weekly or monthly pay
ment lu cull tho purebascr,
Tnrsons Contemplating 11 Clinngn
In tlulr Itwins on tho first of May. can find
Elegant Apartments for Kent nt Kolb's Hotel
nml Kistnurnnt, HU K street northwest, with
or without Hoard, at modcrato ratos. Cen
trally lucuted and unusually convenient.
It Is tlio Ilest,
Ask for It. SchllU's Mllwnukco Laser
Deer, l'or bulo bv all leading houses.
l'nr Washington Ilrvssnl Ilonr
KO to John II. Kelly, stalls (US, CWnnd CM Con
tru Market, and M and s!U8 Northern Liberty,
Corned beef u specialty.
C1TV AND SUDUnDAH.
Mr. A. (!. Newton died nt his residence,
o. 1140 Connecticut avenue,- jesterdny
uiumlug, in tho TGtli )car of bis age.
On account of the bail weather the ox
lilMllou of works by local artists nt tho
Cosmos Club will bo continued till 5 o'clock
It street, from lJouudnry to Fourth
fctrcct northwest, lias been ordered to bo
placid on tho schedule of street Improve
ments for 1SU0-91.
Ibo chain ganc will shortly bo put to
work cleaning out tho gutters on Thir
teenth street, between K street nnd Venn
Tho Commissioners yesterday oxctnptcd
Christ Church, Navy-lard, from tho pay
ment of ati assessment of $TC on lot 03, on
which stands a church and a chapel.
Homo of tho members of tho Washing
ton Firemen's Association met last night
to arraugo for tho New York trip, but
owing to tho bad weather tho mooting was
postponed till to-night.
Charles Stallcry was thrown from a
wagon which he was driving for Otto C.
liunpcrt of 031 Grant avenue, yesterday,
n nil seriously injured, lie was taken to
the Garfield Hospital.
Tho ofler of W. 0. Taliaferro for tho
sale of lot 1, Harry's farm, at $1,200, for a
hchool slto, has been accepted by tho Com
missioners. Superintendent Powell recom
mended tho purchase of tho lot.
Mr. James Keith M, Norton of Alox
nndrla jestcrday rcccUcdlils comtnlsslou
from (iou'rnor Leo nppolntiug him to the
judgeship of the Corporation Court, mado
vncant by the death of Judgo Stuart.
Tho regular lecture lu tho Columbian
University courso of lectures on "Tho hit
titan emotions la tho arts, pullosophy and
literature" ft as not given jestcrday as ad
vertised, owing to tho Inclemency of the
S.W. Woodward of the firm of Wood
ward & I.otlirop left jesterdayfor a two
months' tour of Europe The clerks in the
btore scut a handsome Iloral trunk to bo
tvcn blm w hen ho goes abroad tho steamer
Shortly beforo IS o'clock last night Iho
storm throw down an electric light wlro
strung across i' street nt Tenth. The wire
liung lu a loop across F street, and when
the horses of car 47 ran against It ono of
them was knocked dowu by tho shock re
ceived. 1110 Consolidated Colored Alliance,
whoso objects are to "educate and Instruct
tho fanners of America In agriculture and
horticulture, ami to establish und support
Ijcncvolcuco and chanty," and In which
"farmers, planters, tillers of the soil, school
teachers, ministers of tho gospel, mechanics
and Inborcrs" are eligible to menbcrshlp,
was Incorporated lioro yesterday,
Florenco Jouell's Crlnio,
Tlorcuco Jewell, tho colored woman who
was rceeully convicted of perjury after
ward made it full confession on tho trial of
furah Ifauklns nnd Edward Turpln. Thoy
had, lu the lleale divorce cuso, falsely sworn
that Edward M. UciIo had been guilty of
adultery w Ith her. Tho Jewell woman said
that she had been persuaded to toll tho lie
by Hawkins und Turpln. All three wcro
fccutcnecd to Albany for flvo years. Florence,
Jewell mado a clean breast of It, saying that
Sarah Hawkins had told her she would bo
liuld Tor shearing as she did, and Mrs.
Ilealu hud mado her tho same promise In
the l'ollco Court slto had told K. M. Hew
lett, who uppearcd nsbcr 'counsel, that tho
lestliiiouy was false, but ho ndvlsed her to
Mick to It now that sho had told It, and
Florence stuck. Mr. Hewlett took tho wlt
i,i ss stand and Indlgnautly denied this
ttatuueiit. Jewell had three mouths be
foro told tho matron at the jail that her
testimony lu the dlvorco caso was false.
i:lullul)lo C, II. Association.
Tho first payment on tho seventeenth
Itsuo will ho due lu May, 18)39. It Is al
ways of advantage to commcuco with tho
llrtt month, l'aymcut can bo mado dally
at tho ofllcu from 0 a. in. to 4:30 p. in., and
on May 1 from 0 to 8 p. in. Shares are
$!i.M) per mouth. For pamphlets and In
formation apply to the sccrctury.Johu Joy
Edsou, Eoultablo Hulldlng, 100JF stroct.
A yiR'itlon About Acceptance,
Major Moore Is considering tho propriety
of allowing Detectives Home and Han and
Officer Wecdon to accept threo gold wutchos
which Lieutenant Tvlcr baa sent to l'ollco
Headquarters for them, In recognition of
their services lu recovering the diamonds
fetolcuby the colored burglars.
Nelson Colbert's Appeal,
The appeal lu tho enso of tho murderer,
Nelson Colbert, was argued In tho Court lu
General Term to-day before Chief Justice
lllugliam, Justices Itaguer, James, Cox
and llradley. tw
Poor, Foolish Men.
TAKE A WOMAN'S ADVICE.
Thb Is only the twonl Urns In eljjht nnVs tlul
I hH had to polMi boots, ml ret I hAd bird
work (Siting my buibsnJ to (Wo up tils old LUcUcij
broth. nd lbs ennoyonos ol luring tb puts buck I
tin rub off oa bis psnts, tnd adopl
AnunlBtit ew niock Polish, nulchlMb
on Mw's boots u stccU, nd onWwna' o M onlh.
WOLFF & RANDOLPH. PHILMELFWA
A DRIGHT LIFE ENDED.
I'lincriil Scrilcos of llio I.nte I'rnnccs
Tho funeral of Miss Frances S. Hone,
daughter of Dr. Howe of the lhcntng Star,
occurred this morning from St. Matthew's
Church. Many friends of tho deceased and
her schoolmates nnd joungplrl companions
attended, Tho remains of Miss Howo
rested lu a whlto casket complctcl) covered
with lion ers nnd was borno tenderly down
tho nlslo by six young men, who had becu
her friends nnd associates. Tho casket was
rdaccd upon the blcr before tho altar with
Ightcd candlos ut Ilia head nnd foot, nml
Iho choir chanted the "Kyrlo." A rcriulcm
mass was celebrated by lfcv. Father Mc'lco
of St. 1'ntrlcU's Churcli, nnd tho boautlful
and touching rites of Iho Cnlhollo service
administered. Tho pall-bcarers wcro Messrs.
Will Taylor, Fred llogan, F.d Ktcmroth,
(later Jfoorc, (Julmby and Yates. Inter
mcut was mado nt Congressional Cemetery.
Herman Edcl, tho proprietor of T.del's
Hall, formerly Aimer's, died jestcrdny
nerd 311 jcars, of llrlghl's disease. Mr.
I.dcl was born in Koemsbcrg, l'russla. . Ho
canto to America in 1870, ami, not long
after, settled In Washington. Ho was cm
ploicd by F. Frcund, Edward Abncr and
Charles Eosckatn, and, on Mr. Aimer's re
tiring from business, took chargo of tho
hall nnd restaurant on E street, opposlto
tho Ocncral 1'ostofllce. Ho was n popular
Herman and belonged to tho Masons, tho
Elks, the Sa'iigcrhuinl, tho Mictmcrchor
and tiio Schuctzcnvcrcln. The funeral
services will bo hold at tho hall to-morrow
nt 'J p. m., Interment being at Prospect
W. J. Docksladcr, Assistant Librarian of
tho Congressional Library, died at his
home, No. 0.TJ East Capitol street, on
Thursday, nged CO years. Funeral sen Ices
wcro held yesterday afternoon and his re
mains taken to Cleveland, Ohio, his former
home, last night.
Edmund Cammack, tho well-known old
florist, died from n stroke of apoploxy at
his home out on tho Seventh street road,
yesterday. Mr. Cammack used to keep tho
flower store at Thirteenth mid E strcots and
was very well known In business circles.
He wns liorn In this city In 1821 and had al
wa)s lived horc.
A Welt-Known l'act
That we liavo the largest and handsomest
assortment of suitings nnd trouserings over
shown In Washington. Our $5 trousers to
order nnd $20 suits to order are worn by tho
bcst-dresscd men lu tho city.' Elseman
Bros., Seventh and E, Tailoring Depart
ment. Tho llucklo Company Election.
A meeting of stockholders of tho Harroll
Buckle Company of Washington was held
nt tho company's olllcc, 003 V street north
west, yesterday. Tho following ofllccrs
wcro elected for tho ensuing year: "V. O.
Douglass, president; W. II. Barnes, treas
urer; 1. T. llall, scorctary, and J. II. Har
rcll Of Now York, general manager. Tho
following directors wcro elected: W. O,
Aiougiaes, tv. n. names, r. i. nan, j. n,
Harroll and J. L. Weaver. Tho vacancies
in Uio board will bo filled by C. H. Harrold,
J. S. Alcolt and T. C. Thornct of New
$0.00 to New York nnd Heturn
Tho B. A O. H. It. Co. will sell oxcurslou
tickets to New York for all trains, April !37
to SO, and for train leaving 11. & O. depot
at S a. in., May 1. Tickets valid returning
until May 0 inclusive Hound trip only
The attkntion of tho readers of Tub
Ciiiiic Is called to tho llochdale Co-opora-tlvo
Association's advertisement lu list
special nollco column.
This powder never varlos. A marvel of
purity, strength nnd wkolosomonoss. Mora
economical than theordlnary kinds, and can
not be sold In corapctlon with the multitude
of low-test, short-weight alum or phosphate
powders. Sold only in cant.
KOYAI. DAKINO POWDKIt CO.,
100 Wall street. Now York.
Catahhm Is n dls-4 - . l
enso of tho mu CAT A RRH
lng In the nasal
Mionghiild In the
head. From this
nnliit It Hends
forth n poisonous
Mrus Into the
through tho diges
tive organs, cor
ruptlng Iho blood
TRY THE CURE HAY-EEVER
Apartlelols applied Into each nostril and
Is agreeable. 1'rleoW cents nt Druggists; by
mall, registered, CO cents. ELY UKOTHt'nsf,
stl Warren street, New York.
"The Ideal Lustro"
Is a nccmllnr I1B1LLIANUT
of tho TKKT1I, cnmblncd
with n Itudy Hcalthfulncss
ofthu Onms, by which you
can at onco detect the user
This Lustro can bo oh-,
taineu in no other way; ami
If yon euro for tho Appear
nnco. Smoothness and Pres
ervation of your Teeth you will not doluylts
AT ALL DHUGOISTS.
Cleanest. lrcaltlilnt.MoMteaLUtActory HAinpRtSilKQ
MilLkU IUI11 llltuw, Qiilrklr rcmriTei Ifcuplnilf Scalp
IHBeMCii. nillSOTbTAIMB'lMMillkini'. HiUIUinUU
loUl bf M Te)rt to Toilet flood a, or mtUcd rr tor nu, bf
UvDouMuvply Co., U4U Urumdvwjt NwVrk
m. R. Riley,
Corner Ninth and R Streets N. W
Is closing out all kinds of
DRV G OODS
At Very Itoduoed lutes.
Chattered by Congress, 1637.
Capital, $200,000, Surplus, $10,000
OFFICE: Now IlulMlng. nortlfeatt cornor
Ttli st. and Louhiluua avu.
iALBKIIT A. WILSON, C. W. HOWAIW,
THOMAS PAHKEH, It, II, ITAZ ARD.
YIco-1'reslUent, Alt. Secretary
fflK??i Ws&. m
FaiF white haedSc
Bright elear complexion
Soft healthful skin.
" PEARS' The Great Enalish Complexion SOr,P,-Sold Everywhere."
AUGUST W. NOACK, I'rcsldcnt.
1HE SHOOMAKER COMPAiY,
(Successors to Sboomakcr & Ilertzog),
IMl'ORTEnS AND JODDEHS OF
pine ZXXities, Liiqaous, Cigats, &g.,
Kos. 1331 AND 1333 E STItEET NOUTnWKST,
Tolcphono Call. 517. WASHINGTON, D O
ALT, GOODS SOLD AT NEW YORK PIUCE9.
Assorted Cases of ono dozen Wlnos, Liquors and Cordials at dozon prices.
Boys' Clothing, We are
ready to fit them becoming
ly in first-class clothing at
very mo'derate prices. Don't
think because our styles are
more attractive that our
prices are higher. Not so.
We not only offer the
choicest effects and shapes,
but the prices are as low as
you usually pay for inferior
suits. We couldn't serve
you a whit better il we sold
nothing but boys' clothes.
Might show you a larger va
riety, but they would all be
uglier than these, because
we've picked the prettiest.
Entirely new and dressy
shapes in Jersey Kilt Suits.
Some are made with plain
waist, braided in black and
black-and-gold, others are
cut "Zouave" style with vest
of a contrasting color, richly
trimmed with Oriental braid,
others have plain cream,
waist, with cream dotted
skirt, with and without braid
trimming. Prices $6, $6.50,
fStrPnslics to match nny of tho abovo suits
at Sl."i uud $1.M each.
Hoys' Two-pleco Jersey Suits, l'ants and
lllouso Waist, tilimncd with hrnidxwd vest
Inns, sizes -I to 10 yeary, 91, Sl.0 t $3.30 to
S1(J each. .
Jersey Waists In nil colors, trimmed In
whlto led nnd bluo braids and stars.
Wash Kilt niiicliam Suits, In one nnd two
pieces, $1.50, SI.T5, S- and JJ.W.
Ono lot of Boys' Wnsli Gingham Kilt Skirts,
fast colors, $1 each.
lloyn' I'lqnn Kilt Suits and fcepnrnto l'lqno
BK111H, 9 lO 3D..AJ.
llleirant Cronm Tlannol Kilt Suits, mado
"Zouave" stylo In a thoroiiRh manner, ery
Boys' Vino Trench Madras Olnfthnm Kilt
Sults.trlmme'd with white zig-zag build, wash
colors, S.I suit.
ExtciiBlvo lino of styles In Hoys' Ono-nlopo
Kilt Suits, In jilalii nnd (oinbliiutlous, $.'.7.5,
, i.M, SI, is andsn each.
Hoys' ".Mothers' Friend" Shirt Wiilsts
ranks hitch with tliu best mado, Nothing ex
perimental about them; tried und found truu,
Beautiful lino of nttruetlvo colorings, two,
No and 81 each; sizes 1 to 1-,' years.
WOODWARD & LOTHROP,
Cor. 11th anil F Sis. K. W.
fei'i:ciAi.Tii:'s In VV ash jTaoiui'S.
hah just nncEivnii A I.AHOE STOCK OP
kovki.tiks in r.Mintoii)i:it):i) wniTi:
SWISS J1USLINS, HANUIKO 1'HOM s!3o. to
NOVKI.TIHS IN EMUItOIIJlUtED l-IQUIl
N()Vi:bTIE8 IN UMMtOIUKIlEI) BATISTE
OENUINi: CAI.OITTA SEHIISUOKEItS.
NEW OUTINIl CWH'llS.
NEW TENNIS SUITINGS.
COMI'MITE-At-SOUT.MUN'T or (IHNUINE
SCOTCH UIMIHAMS In I'bAIN'.C'IIIX'KKIl,
STltll'El). l'LAll) AND SIDE-HANI) fOM
IINAT10.NS, HANUINO l'HOM'Ao. to 60c.
IM.MHNSE STOCK 01' FINEST QUALITY OF
1'I.MN AND FANCY FIIKNCH SATEIIN'S
OF JIY OWN IMl'OHTATION, HANOINU
FitOM l to 87lo.
HAND-l'llINTEl) FHENCH SATEEN KOIIES
ATSH: HEDUCEI) FltOM $K.
"I'llOICi: DESIGNS" IN i'HINTEI) 1'UltE
MNKN LAW NO AT SO nnd :e.
100 PIECES "NEW I'ATTHUNS" IN
I'lllNTKl) BATISTES AT 181 nnd ISo.
20(1 PIECES NEW SIllllTINO FKIlCAi.ES
TOHi DU Mlllll Ol.MIIIAMS ANDSEElt
SUCKEItSATl'.'lo. VK' II1HT1SH AND FHENCH WHITE
NUWWIIITi: M.AII) AND STHII'ED NA1N-
fcOOKS, AT 11. SO, SI nnd 37)c.
NEW INDIA LINENS FI10.M I'.'J to Mo.
NEW FHENCH NAINSOOKS.
NEW INDIA Jll'hbS.
NEW 1'EltSIAN 1.AWNS.
NEW FHENCH OUGANDIES.
NEW PLAIN WHITE MVIhS .MUSLIN'S
NEW I'lOl'UEII AND STIHPED PKJUES.
NEW WHITE FHENCH I'KHCAI.KS.
JONKh' ENGLISH CAMBlllCS.
NEW WHITE ALL-LINEN LAWNS ATSJlo
"SPECIAL BAIIGAINS" IN HEMNANTS OF
ALL KINDS OF WHITE GOODS.
NEW BELGIAN AND GEHMAN BED LIN
ENS, IN ALL WIDTHS AND QUALIPIES.
THAT CAN BE BELIED ON TO WISAII.
"EX'HIA GOOD VALUES" IN TAIILE MS
ENS, NAPKINS, TOWELS, fit VSIIES, .to.
tSrcllOICE GOODS, PLAIN FIOUHES aud
Terry Hnlldlna, lVnim. avenue, cornor of
Math street. UstablUhed 1810.
1'IIANCIS QAnUCKS, Bccrotary.
THE LATEST NOVELTIES
llnvo lust received a largo Involco of
CHOICE ENGLISH PLAIDS, Very Stylish
(Latest Importations), which wo lire offering
ut tho low llguro of $.3 a Suit.
Call nnd sco them.
Dno Tailoring nnd Men's Furnishings',
141Q XTe-vxr "Srosrlc J&.-0-G.
M. IT. SELTZ,
TaHox" and Iin-isoirboar,
133'i !' STltVVT.
My new Importations aro now fully 6ponod
andcomplcto. They comprise all tho latest
novelties In English and French Ooods for
gentlemen's wear. An oarly inspection is ro
M. F. SELTZ.
H. D. BHRR
Impoi'tor and Tailor,
FALL AMD WIHTER GOODS.
All of tho latest Noroltlos.
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND SC0TCi SUITINGS,
ETC., JDST ARRIVED.
Jin.DAHTI personally fits all eartdents mado
la our establishment.
1111 Penna. Avenue.
For a full line of aentlomon's Worsteds,
routing Mlltons, Tiouscrs, Scotoh und Eng
llfh Cheviots, Cloths nnd Doeskins; also full
lino of Tullors' Trimmings. Call on
F. HL QUAST,
OSO U Street Northwest.
-V1IDEHS TAKEN NOW ENABLE US TO
mako arrangements with manufacturers;
therefore for 30 BAYS wo will sell WOOD
MANTELS nt nn ENOIJMOUS DISCOUNT.
Tho new dctlgns aro all In uud our floors tiro
Piircliiipcrs can have goods stored until
wanted without charge, and no payment Is
required until delivery Is mado. This Is tho
bestchanco over ofTtred to select fiomnn
cxtci!8lo stock of cholcu designs.
HAYWAHD 8 HUTCHINSON.
GEO. WHITE & S0NS.462 Maine AYe. S.W.
Quality, tho Dost.
In Entrance Steps,
Park Italllngj a Speolalty,
ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
jioors vf An nitons,
AFTER you are tired
looking for the
STYLE OR SIZE
bS H O E
You will most likely find it at
DALTON & STRICKLAND'S,
vju j'i.xv.vrj'.i.vr.i avj:,
003 l'KNN.V. AVIS.
Xa lxo Only lSla.00
SOLD DIRECT TO THE CONSUMES
BY THE MANUFACTURER.
any custom-made-CORSET I
I mayer;strouse & CO. I
IL AfT7?S.-4l2 BROADWAY. N.V. M
i r Silk.
it , vJi 'i"ymB' s 2s 7k.
,",n ''sw ffi5KjK
ON THE OCCASION OF THE
CENTSNNIHL KNNIUBRSKRY OI
Gen. Washington's Inauguration,
April 20th, 30th and May 1st,' 1880.
At nliovorato v.111 bo sold from WASHINGTON April 27th to 80th Inclusive, and for
7:10 n. m. train May 1. Tickets cood on nil trains (Including New York and Washing,
ington and Congressional Limited Express trains).
RETURN COUPONS VALID FOR PASSAGE UNTIL AND INCLUD-
INQ MAY Gth.
ciiab. r. runn,
J. It. WOOD,
1115 F Street Northwest,
WASHINGTON, D. O.
Houses and Lots for sale in all parts of
Loans in Sums to Suit on Approved City
Rents Collected, Prompt Returns.
Building for Investments a Specialty.
Fire Insurance written at Lowest Rates.
For speuial customers, Dwellings in
Northwest Section, ranging In price from
$5,000 to $30,000.
Also several Lots west of Fourteenth
See Sunday Papers for Full List of Prop
erty for Sale.
Call and see me.
1115 F STREET I f
Easy Weekly or Monthly Payments Taken.
LOOK AT OUK PRICE LIST :
Bedroom Seta in Poplar from $15 up.
Vcdroom Sots in Oak and Cherry from $05.
Bedroom Sets In Walnut from $10.
Parlor Suites In Hair Cloth or I'lusli from $35.
N. D. ALL CARPETS MADE AND LAID FREE OF CHAROE. Our
terms are easier and our Jprlces 25 per cent, lower than any other Credit
House. The'Cheapest House in the City for cash.
Gas Stoves for Cooking!
Oas Bollors at Sl.18 and 81,50 for Instantly making To a or Co loo. ,
For largoland email famtllos. Just the store for summer use, as yon extinguish thi Sea
tho Instant the oookiag li done, l'or sale by t ha
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
4zS TexL-tlx S-tacee-b 3ST. "W.
Ass't Ucn'l Passenger Agt.
., WASHINGTON, D. C.
Ingrain Curpots from 23o. up.
Extra Super Ingrains from NO.; S-ply, J1.00.
Urussols Carpet from 700.
OVEU A MILLION DISTIIIllUTED.
Mlo Si Li
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY CO.
Incorporated by llio Lcoislaturo In 18M for
Educational and Clinrltnlilo purpoo, nnd Its
frnnclilsomndo i lnrt of tlio procnt Htato
Constitution, In 187U, by an ovKitwimuiiN-u
Its (lltANI) r.XTHAOftDINATtY DltAW;
1NOS tnko placo Scml-Annually (.fnno nnd
Deeemlicr), nnd Its OltANl) SINUI.U NUM
IIKU DltAWINOStnko placo on eacli of tlio
other ten months In tho year, and aro nil
drawn In public, nt tlio Academy of Mnslc,
Ken Orleans, Ln,
"Wo do hereby certify that wo snncrvlso
tlio arrangements for all tho Monthly nnd
Hcml-Annual Drawings of Tho Loulslnna State
Lottery Co., and In porson manago ami control
tlio Drawings theinselvos, and thiitthosama
nro conducted with honesty, fnlrnoss and In
gdod faith Inward all pnrtlcs.nnd wuauthorlzo
tho Company to nsoihlsccrtlflcnto, with fac
similes of our signatures attached, In its ad
vertisements." G. T. Beauregard,
J. A. Early,
Wo the undersigned Hanks nnd Hankers
will pay nil Prizes drawn In tho Loulslnna
Btato Lotteries, which may bo presented nt
II. M. lVAI.JISLKt, Trost. Ln. Nnt. Hank.
1'. l.ANAUX, I'rcst. State Nat. Hank.
A. 1IALIIKU, I'rcst. N. O. Nnt. Hank.
CAUL ROMS, I'rcst. Union Nat. Hank.
GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING
Will Tnko rtaco nt tlio Academy of Music,
New Orleans, TUESDAY, May 14, 1839.
CAPITAL PRIZE $300,000
100.CCO Tickets nt Twenty Dollars! Halves,
$10; (Quarters, S3; Tenths, JJ, Twen
i rmzF. of $.000,000 is $.ioo,o(x)
i rnizr. of 100.0001 100,000
l i'hizk of 60,0001 ro.ooo
l rmzK of 2.oooi si,ooo
ai'ItlZKSOF lO.OOOnro so.ooo
Bl'ltl.KSOF s.oooaro si.ooo
asi'HI.ESOF l.ooonro M,ooo
looritizKsoF nooaro no.ooo
sooritiZKSOF nooaro co.om
CCOriUZESOF SOOaro 100.00J
IPO Prizes of f. W0 nro S.V),000
lOOprlrcsof SOOuro 30,(XM
1C0 prizes of 00aro W.OOO
OOOrrlzcsof $100 nro 09,000
1W Prizes of 100 nro 09,000
n.iaiPrircs, amounting to (1,051,800
Note. Tickets drawing Capital Prizes are
not entitled to terminal Prizes.
STTon Club llATrs, or nny further In
formation desired, wrlto legibly to tho under
signed clearly stating your residence, with
btntps, County, Street nnd Number. Moro
rapid roturn mall delivery will bo assured by
yoiirlncloslnganEnvolopo bearing your full
All ordinary Letters containing Postal
Notes, Money Orders Issued by nil Express
Companies or New York Exchange.
M. A. DAUPHIN,
Now Orleans, La.
Address Registered Letters contain
ing Currency to
Hew Orleans National Bank,
New OnLEiNS, La.
rtEMEMDEH THAT ONE DOLLAltistho
Price of tlio smallest part of a fraction of
ticket issued In any drawing. Anything In
our namo offered nt a less prlco, Is cither a
counterfeit or a swlndlo,
UKMKMHIUt also, that tho payment of
Prizes Is OUAUANTEBD HY 1'OUil NA
TIONAL DANKS of Now Orleans, and tlio
Tlckots aro olgncd by tho President of an In
stitution whoso chnrtorcd rights are recog
nized in tho highest Courts; theroforc, bo
wnio of all Imitations and anonymous
IJ1DWAUD F. DIIOOP,
It 02j 1'e.nna. Avenue,
Calls attention to his largo stock of STEIN
WAV, Chaso Si Gablcr, Whoolook, Brlggs,
Helming and other Pianos. Tho wonderful
self-playing iEollan and Cablnot Organs,
bold on Installments, axchangod, rented, re
paired, tuned, moved and stored. Violins,
llnnjos and Oultars. Strings a specialty.
Sheet Muslo nnd Musical Merchandise at the
old stand, Bis Penna. avo.
Grand, Upright and Square
Spccl 1 attention of purchasers Is invited to
"NEW AUTISTIC STYLES,"
Finished In doslgns of
"HIGHEST DKOOHATIVE AIIT."
riANOS FOIt RENT.
Second-hand Pianos at AU Prlcos,
M. KNABB 4& CO.,
817 Market Space.
Joun ItrAS, M'g'r. John Stahtzman, Trcas.
Fdun Oil & Grease Co,,
110S. CALVERT ST., BALTIMORE, MD.
LUBRICATING OILS &GREASE
V. Baldwin Johnson
Wbolosalo and Retail Dealer la
Wood aax3. Ooal.
And tho iraslilngton Gns Co.'s Coko.
Complete Fnollltlos. Bottom Prloos
lull Weight and Moaiuro.
Wood and Coal dlreot from tlio foreits and
mines by rail and water, and free from slag,
slate and other Impurities.
GIVE ME A TKIAL.
Main Yard and oaieo. 1101 it. I. aye. n. w.
Uranoli " r.iiAst. u. 0.
Branch " " 610 4Wst. s.w.
Branch offloo for orders, oorner Tenttt and I
ts. n. w.
Branoh ottlce for ordora, cornor 13th aud il
Bin. n. w.
AU oonneoted by telephone.
OILX JiOOl! or I
And yon will always liars boautlful Broad,
Itolls and Ulloults. Wholesale Depot, cor
cr First etroot and Indiana avenue.
WM. M. QALT & CO,
ft -B5H lra
I CERES H
&. as- J?Ar
937 Perm. AvenueJ
NEAR TENTH STREET,
Tlio Oldest anil Largest Music
House iu tho City,
SOLE AGENTS FOIt TfIB
HENRY F. MILLER
Tlio most Ilcautiful and Perfect
Piauo mado in tho World,
Mason & Hamlin
Tho Mos Jnstly Celebrated In-
struments Ever Mado.
Publishers and Dealers
AUERICAH AND FOREIGN SHEET MUSIC
MUSIC BOOKS, MUSICAL IHSIRD
MENTS AND MUSICAL MERCHAN
DISE OF ALL KINDS.
Telephone, No. 18.
F, ELLIS & CO
937 Penna. Avenue,
NEAR TENTH STP.EET.
Da. E. C. VTrsT a nznri and iibiin TaiT
HZNT.alruaranteed spool 11 o for Hysteria, OI&
zlness, Convnlslons, lata, Nervous Neuralgia,
Ucadaeho. Neryous prostration eauiod by tha
useof alcohol or tobaooo,Wakefulnos5,Meatal
Depression, Softening of tho Drain resulting la
Insanity and loading to misery, decay and
doath. Prematura Old Ago, Uarrenness, Loss
of l'owcr in elthor sex, Involuntary Losses
and Spermatorrhoea causod by ovor-exorllon
of tho Drain, solf- abuse or ovor-indulgonoo.
liaoli box contains ono month's treatment;
SI a box, or six boxes for 85,80nt by mall
propald on rocelnt of prloo.
, ' WE UUAItANl'ItE SIX BOXES , M
to oure any case. With oaob order reoalved
by us tor six boxes, aooompanled with 5,
wo will send the purohaser our written
guarantee to refund themonoylf tho treat
ment does not afreet a euro. Guarantees
Issued only by O, OIIUISTIANI, Druggist,
Seta Agcmt, 481 renuo. nve.. botwoea i)i
nnd (1th sts., Waslilnston, 1). O.
ITheso tiny Oarsulos arrest ln
rrcst ln "v I
'io tiuiini wnuout luumii
icuvu, ,uu aiirtiluii.lu nnicu.
a Liopuiuj.vuuoud sua injecnons1
a rosmvii ouiiK foii
LOST or 1'nlllnc MAN-
Weakness nf llodv nnd Mlml. Lnok of
Strength. Vigor nnd Dovolopinent, caused by
Enors, Excesses, &o. Jlodo nf Sclf-tro.t-ment
nnd l'roofs mailed (nonlcd) free. Address
EltlE UEUIL'AL CO,, IIUWAI.O, N. Y.
BED CS0S3 DIAMIUD BBA1TD.
Till otislnitt. onlf ff mint
nl moit n U tblo Ul lor !.
l rA tuit tills bom; eilrI
ulitiMuar.lttoii tndaccept v
no other. AtUruggiit. AtlpIUiU
IisiiobutiJ lxe wiu rink wrip tri
HDtiaJc dump!) for fonloQiu-i anl
ltitllrT fVtf I mil ft I'll ttttir. b
i-fturnm.lt. lO.OUU tMUninnltiUrroia UCltS mla
Ui uil thni wUb HurccM. NAME PAPttlt
Oil THE LHIUOlt IIA111T UANIllKCUIlEDIiy
ADJUSlhlEltlMI Ult. II.UNKV (I0L.
Can 1)0 given In a cup of coffoo or tea with
out tho i know liilgo of tho person taking It. It
Is nbsolutcly harmless, ui.d will odect n per
niancnt and speedy cure, whether tho patient
Is u moderate dilnkor or nn alcoholic wreok.
Itlinsbeenghcnlu thousands or casus, and
lll-liKy. jP'lanco perfect cm o bus followed.
11 ." v ' W 1' AILS, Tho system onco Impieg
iiated with tlio Sncclflo. It becomes nn titter
Impossibility for tho liquor npnctlto to oxlst.
lot snlo by S. v. WAItll, uniier tliullbbitt
loiueill.K. IIELI'IIENSTINE, 11th Bt.nnd
Vermont a e Washington,
Having recontly fitted up n
In connection with my PATENT ritOOEiSS,
I am propared to furnish '
ii.uuDuiAuutia ai' niiw nuuii riiiuus
rhotogruphlncon Wood for the Tcado.
11H lllovonth Street N.W.
in ttid 11KMT.
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