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TUB EVENING POST, TVyONDAY, OCTOBER 15, 188S.
The Evening Post.
LKlUOIl LIOr.NSK IlKl'OKTS.
Mnjnr Muuro lndnniea it l.nrgo Number
Tlio nppllcntlutls lav lmrroom licenses
wero (lied curlier tills yeiir than ever
Before. This notion is doubtliM duo to
tho Ihci-CHsliiy opioriltto)i tiKuliwt tlio
liqUor 1ulnrss, bcsldiw tlio almost tuw
llmilod power conceded by tlio courts
to tlio CoinmlbRioncrs In 11 mutter of
smntliiR or refusing lliiuor licenses. A
Blent many unloon keepers lioiicd limb
by getting their wes before the Com
nilsslonoro with a fuvorublo pollco re
port, beforo thti miH-wiloon wurfnro bo
(jlua in earnest, tliey would be tdenllng
n march on their lebs vigilant neighbors.
If tlio Commissioners decide to fcxer
Olso their tllscicllon In reducing tCio
number of stilooiw in neighborhoods whero
they lire very numcious theto Will .bo
ninny nn application refused. Cotnmls
dloni'i' Wobb stated to t Post reporter
tlmt be la inclined to icducu them whern
they nro tot) thlcltj but tho board will
hnvo to detcimlno whtit action will bo
taken In thin matter.
There nto about a hundred npibcn
tlons which have been reported on by
the pollco, and which now itwitlt tho
Mnmp of approval or rejection by tho
C'ommtaloneis. In rcportlnir on e'cry
application, caro is taken to state tho
nuinbr of other barrooms iu tho kudo
Accompanying 1'atriclt II. Shocliv's
application for a llcrn.be to keep a bar
ouin tit 20110 Seventh street is a pro
test signed by W. W. l'atton, president; of
Howard University, a number ot others
in the itu.versity and lesidents on and
near Seventh htrcct road and ltrliililwocMii
calling the Commissioners' attention to
tho d olslon in Mnnion's case, nnd nsk
injr that not moro than two saloons bo
llcenbed ill tho nclfihbrtihood of Shcchy's.
MaJ. Mooio's report states that there aio
iiqw nino other saloons besides Shocliv's
In this iicltliborlioort. Attention is also
called to the pool rooms, nr turf ox
chances that nro dnilig business there,
and tho Commissioners are requested to
"decide whether one or, at. the most,
two saloons, will not suflloifcntly accom
modate the public."
Tho applications of Krnw,t 0. E. Kup
norr, 1720 Pcniis.vlvnnln uvcnuo! Zlcnry
Hoderman, 1 74 .'J Penns.vlvnnla nvcnuo;
W. Diet?. 171(1 PcnnHvlrnidn nvenuo;
August Uouxlafs, 1708 1'ciins.rlvnnln
nvcnuo; Henry F. BIcGrann. 1704 Penn
sylvania nvenuo; nro eaoh indorsed
" Fivo other wiloons in thin neighbor
hood.'' Similar reports nro made -on tho
applications of Peter Mattem, 1812 Sev
enth street; Henry Koch, 1818 Seventh
street, nnd E:. Nauclr, 1828 Seventh
street. Alice KcIIv'h saloon, situated at
.132 11 street southwest is reported as
being within 400 feet of a nubile school.
On tho application ot A. Harry Middle
ton, 218 Ninth street, Went. Ainlso re
ports that there aro three saloons in this
square. Ho nlbo reports that there nro
tlirco saloons on Sixth Rtrcct, between 0
and D streets, whero Htmry Hcitcr de
sires to continue tho lI(itor business.
Other reports nro as follows ! Jumcs liny,
1308 u street, tlirco other saloons In tlio
samo neighborhood; Charles C. Killinn,
J13G B Htrcct Bolithwest, tlirco other sa
loons, nnd suspected of selling on Sun
day; James Kiclmrdsoti. 218 Twelfth
street, four other saloons: I G. Milo
vlch, 1313 B street, seven other saloons ;
Henry Young, 311 Thlrtccn-nnd-n-hnlf
street, one other saloon; W. L. Beuclicrt,
601 Pennsylvania nvenuc, southeast, not
enough feigners; Frcderiolc Hugle. 511
Seventh street, one other snluon ; Frank
Brown, 3C0 Pcnnsvlvnnia avenue, twelve
other saloons nnd has been fined for per
mitting gambling in his house; T, A.
Gallagher, Linden avenue, county, ono
other saloon;1 Charles Connor, 43 H
street northeast, four other saloons; B.
Fitzgerald, 1310 Fourteenth street, not
enough signers; E. Ilculy. 403 Thirteen
nnd-n-bnlt street, ono other saloon; I.
V'"".' ;l28.5 M street, ono other saloon;
J-,R- & n. A. Lang, 3200 M street : Corn
elius Snatz, 23 II street northeast, four
other saloons; John Madlgan. Anncostla ;
'Ihomns Sullivan, 70 II street northeast,
four other saloons, suspected of doing
business on Sunday; Simon Guggen
liolmcr. ,30C Frttr-nnd-n-Imlf street,1
Rputliwest. ono other saloon;
iT. Johnson, 21 1 Seventh street, four
other saloons; A. Lclmbnch, 33 11 street
northeast, four other saloons; J. A.
Bryan, 720 'Eighth street southeast, sus-
pccu-u or soiling on (Sunday; F. AL
Herrmann, 620- Eighth street southeast
uuivr rxuuou; ,j, v. Miller, 731
hlghth street southeast, three other sa
loons; William Horncday, 3288 M street,
not enough signers; A. Ii. Knhlcrt, 741
Llgiith street southeast, three other sa
loons; J. II. Do Atloy. 1222 Pennsyl
vania avenue, eleven other saloons; .
Moinkeim, 1112 D street, ono other saloon-;
J. Curtln, 3258 M street, threo
other saloons, and lined for Sunday bar;
Samuel Banks, Tremont House, favor
ablo report; A. Melnlring, B07 Q street,
ono other saloon; Michel King, 215 Vir
ginia avenue, ono ottior saloon; G. w.
Bauer, 1148 Seventh street; B. M.
Bryan, 121 Pennsylvania avenue, four
nthor saloons: James White, man Penn
sylvania avenue, four other saloons, and
vcomuiciuiiuion oi ijiem. awiss tn.it no
lie granted tho nnnllcnnt: G.
G Four-and-n-lialf street, fnvnr-
nblo ronort! II. A. Streldini-im air
TJghth street, seven other saloons; A,
Supplee, C12 Louisiana avenue, four
other saloons; J. J. Bcuchcrt, 023 Penn
sylvania avenue southcust, not enough
signers; J, T. Hoffman, 400 Ninth street
southeast, favorable report; John Gib
bons, 2820 M street, not enough signers;
F. J. Nolte, 71 1 Eighth street southeast,
thrto other saloons; II. Edcl. 708-710
E street, two qthor saloons, convicted
onco for selling on Sunday and a S500
license should bo paid for selling liquor
in tho nudlcnces at variety shows; Cath
erine Hudson, 453 N, street southwest,
measurement as to distance from sohool
houso suggested; Charles Krnmer, do.;
Patrlok Lynch, !)!10 Virginia nvcnuo
southwest, threo other saloons; Charles
Mndes, 300 Pennsylvania avenue, twclvo
other saloons; J. D. Mnnson, 533 II
street southwest, good report; J. D.
Sullivan, 201 Massachusetts avenue,
suspected of selling on Sunday; M. F.
Coxcn, 721 Eighth street southeast, threo
other saloons; A. Nculnnd, 00(1 Louisiana
avenue, four other saloons; E. Wagner,
210 Ninth street, four other bnloons: J,
P. Hamlin, 310 Sixth street, two other
saloons: Schwingit Ulurku, 027 Seventh
street, threo other saloous; J, Iloermann,
1003 Pennsylvania avonue, two other
GONH Ol'PJN A IIU1UIY.
IMemliom of tlin CIilnoso Legation Ifimton
to Now York toKlreot tlio Mlnlnttir.
Tho Chlneso Legation wna In com
motion yesterday morning whon tho
nows was rocelved that Minister LI Hum
Chang hnd arrived In Nqw York on tho
Pacific, moll stcnmsliip Colon from Peru
nnil Panama, whero ho has been spend.
Ine; tho last few months. Tho MlnUtor
was expected back, but his roturn was
not looked for so soon, and thus tlio
mimorous corps of secretaries nnd at
taches connectod with tho Location woro
taken by surprise. They ought to hnvo
been In New York to wnlcomo him. As
it was, two of tho attaches hnppencd to
bo In Now York nnd so tho Minister was
not entirely without a greeting whon ho
walked down tho plank from tho stennicr.
As soon ns his arrival was known at tho
Legation the entire corps packed up nnd
posted oft for Now York by tho noxt
Gov. Gordon' Ilrlef Vlnlt,
(lor. Gordon, ot Georgia, accompanied by
Mr. GorJon, reaction Watlilugton ycBtordny
morning urn! epout tlio day with Mr. and Mr.
Frank Gordon at the Portland. Tuny left for
Now York last evening.
'Alilnrnay Dairy Wagon,"
Freeh Aldcriioy littler, churned every niorn
leg I'lidclellveii'd In ill). "Word"'ilntH, 40e
iu Ik Aleo cottage elieete, buttermilk uud
trust pitlk.Oc. per at. Cream lbc, per pt.
OKLY TWO HACKS OPKN.
(Juiciest Sunday Aloxnmlrlit Has
Known for Yearn,
For tho first tlmo for somo years tho
Alexandria jjnmbllug dens woro closed
yesterday, with two oxccptlons. Tlicra
woro tlio tiBiml Influx of gamblers Lorn
this city by evory boat, who went in
droves to their Usual haunts, but tho
gates woro baricd and a smooth-faced
Individual greeted them fcndly. Looking
at the closed windows of tho upper part
of tho houso where tlio "tiger" had
been wont to greet his victim, tho sentry
said, In n tono that wns evidently mennt
to bo cheerful, "Things nro very dull to
day, very dull." Then his visitor would
respond In n disappointed monosyllable of
ncqulescneo. This part of tho ceremony
tlunugh tho would-bo fortuno hunters
would return to tho corner f Union nnd
Kins streets nnd discuss tho sltuntlun.
Tho authorities were denounced for their
action, Tho Post was abused for lis
course, tho author of tho nrtlclo threat
ened with personal violence and the
dealers condemned for their cowardly
fear of tho law. Thus the day passed.
Every boat that loft carried back a
crowd of disappointed gamblers. Their
places wero not left vacant long, for each
boat load brought others, who, falling to
get Into tho houses, stood nn tho cornors
and around Iho ferry houso until tho
bent left for Washington. Occasionally
a pollremnn walked down King street,
swinging his baton, nnd then tho crowd
Bepnfnlcu. Passing tho houses thoofllccr
would look Ilium" over ficrutlnizlngly,
and seeing nn evidence that tho law was
being violated, went on. whllo the
scattered crowd would collect again nnd
contlnud'thfclr Interrupted dlneusslon.
It wns n novelty for Alexandrians.
Thoy could not understand how it wns
that the gambling clement was so thor
oughly covcd. Horetoforo tho law,
whllo it has been tho same, seemed in
operative. Tho glambors were arrested,
lined and released, to ngaln play their
profession. Although the law provided
for imprisonment upon conviction, that
penalty wns seldom If over imposed, nnd
thou tho Bentcnco wns merely nominal,
mostly ono nnd seldom moro than ten
days. .Itidco Stuart's admirable charge
to tho grand jury, upon tho opening of
tlio Corporntlon'Court, last Monday, fol
lowed as it was by tho prompt Indictment
of fourteen of tho most prominent baok
cru and dealers of tho game on Friday,
roused tho better class of citizens to tho
enormity of tho offences they had so long
condoned nnd regarded as necessary ovlls.
Public sentiment was that the gamblers
should go, nnd that every ono convicted
should receive tho full penalty of tho
law, which lins been so flagrantly and
A Post leporter visited tlio city yester
day, and, as beforo stated, found but two
houses open. Ho was allowed to onter
ouo without molestation, nnd going up
stairs to tho room whore faro tank was
usually dealt, found three disconsolate-
looking camblcrs sitting on tho tablo nnd
bemoaning their fnto. Tho professionals
wero given n wluk nnd directed to othor
quarters whero n gamo was in full blast.
Tlicro tho reporter experienced consider
able difficulty. Tho colored guardian nt
the door declared that tho gamo was not
In progress, and firmly but politely re
fused to allow nny one but known linb
itucs of tho placo to pass him. One of
theso told tho reporter coming up on tho
boat that faro had been dealt, nnd that a
prominent merchant in this city lost con
Going to tho ferry house, within a
stono's throw of tho last -mentioned
placo, tho roportor found Lieut. Smith,
the Chief of tho Alexandria rollco.
'"IiUillfonnnt," said he, "I represent
Tho Post, and"
IIo was permitted to proceed no
further, for tho Chief of Pollco launched
into a blnsphemous tirade against The
Post nnd everybody connectod with It.
Every sentenco wns punctuated with
profanity, nnd tho ladles In tho waiting
room of tlio ferry liouso wero forced to
listen to the conversation. Finally tho
Lieutenant became somewhat mollified
and admitted that ho believed gambling
went on in Alexandria, but ho had no
proof of it. "Tho polico," snld ho.
"cannot raid a houso on suspicion. It
must bo on a raiding warrant, sworn out
by somo disinterested party."
"Hnvo you, or do you intend to arrest
the Indicted parties?"
"Wo hnvo not yet."
"It btrikus ino, Lieutenant that this isn
very accommodating city. Hero nro four
teen men indicted for gambling and vet
no attempt is mado to arrest them. Why
"Wo cannot do it without an order
from tho court. That moots Tuesday,
and thoy will Issuo a rulo to ariest theso
men. Until thnt tlmo our hands nro
Then tho Lieutenant onco moro took up
his bolliccrant and vituperative dis
course. rtI know tho man who wroto
theso articles for Tho Post nnd ho lins
got to settle with me. I'm not to blnmo
if my brother choosos to run a gambling
liouso, and if I get my hands on tho
man who showed me up, whother I'm
in uniform or not, I'll tako tlio chances
of losing my position to givo him a good
Among othor statements mado by
Lieut. Smith was ono thnt ho could point
outtwolvo faro banks on Pennsylvania
avenue. "You mny not bollovo It," ho
said, "but I know whero they nro and
can show them to you."
Whether tho police aro in sympathy
with this movement ngalnst tho gamb
ling houses, is a mooted qhestion, but
Judgo Stuart, backed by tho healthy
nubile Bentlmont of tho community, will
undoubtedly succeed In driving thum out
of that hitherto cnmblcr-rlddcn city.
Tho W, C. T. li.A noorpurntoil.
Articles of incorporation wore plnced
on record yesterday for tho Women's
Christian Tcinperauco Union of tho Dis
trict of Columbia, auxiliary to tho Na
tional Women's Christian Tempcrnnco
Union. Tho paper states thnt the In
corporators absoolato themselves together
for the purpose of establishing under the.
auspices of tho W. C. T. U, a hope and
help mission, industrial schools and such
other charitable institutions ns may lie
deemed expedient in the interest of the
unfortunate womon nnd children of this
District. Tho document is signed by
Sarah 1). La Fctra, Annie It. Motilron,
Mary E. Catlin, Lydin II. Tilton, Mnrla
H Mcrrlok, Lntitfn L. Knowles, Anna
0. MoUennott, Helen M. Wood, J. Ann
W. Clark and Emily Moffntt.
ISxhllilta at tlio Ailcuiln Kxpnsltion.
Superintendent lloran, ot tlio Notional
Miueum, loft Washington yesterday for
Augusta, (la., to superintend, tlio placing ot
tlio Government exhibits from that bureau, at
tho National Exposition, wlilc)i opens In that
cltv nn tlio 8tU of Noveinlxr. MaJ. Charles
S. Hill, commissioner of luo Government ex
hibits, will also loavo Washington for
Augusta, In a fow days, and hopes to hnvo tho
Government exhibit, historical and Illustra
tive, at tho functions of tlio bureau of tho dif
ferent departments, In readlnou by tho time
the exposition opens.
TIihiiIis for Congretumuii I.nwler.
Tho legislative committee of the Plate
Printers' Assembly, M. II, Kenrncy, E.
K. Mnoro nnd E. L. Jordan, have sent
Congressman Luwler a series of resolu
tions passed by tho assembly, thanking
him " for his hearty co-opciutim and
iisNistiineo to us In our fight beforo Con
gress for tho suppression ot steam nui
eWucK In the llumiu ot Engraving uud
As a inilu-debtioicr no llntiiiout In the mar
ket equals Salvation Oil. Price only 35 cents.
OFPICKU KBNNYJVAS NT T1IKIMI.
Ilu Wns Culled for nt tlin Anniversary of
tlio Centml Mission.
Tho Ccntrnl Union Mission celebrated
I i fourth nnnlvorsnry nt tho First Con
gregational Ohurch last night, nnd ten or
twelve pcoplo briefly told how thoy had
been reclaimed from lives of sin to thnt
of comparative plenty and happiness. J.
II. Hitchcock presided over tho meeting
nnd tho chinch was filled to Us utmost
capacity from altar to gallery. Upon
tho platform, In addltl n to tho ehalr
mnn, were ltevs. E. D. Ballov, S. M.
Newman, of tho Congregational 'Church;
S. II. Qiceno, Calvary Baptist; C. M.
Baldwin, Uvlnnd Methodist; J. (i, But
ler. Luther Memorial, T S. Hamlin,
( liiirch of Iho Covenants tlio Itev. II. H.
Naylor, of tho Ilnmlln Methodist: mem
bers of the board of trustees, tuo nd
vlsory board nnd nthors.
Tho Ccntrnl Union Mission choir occu
pied scats In tho choir loft. Prof. Blseh
oil rendered tho orgnn prelude, nnd after
prayer and Scripture-reading tho Itov.
Mr. NoWuitm delivered tho address of
welcome. Itev. Mr Bailey reviewed tho
work of tho Mission for the past year.
Tho Union, ho said, had novor been in a
'moro prosperous condition. It had olgh
teen places of meeting nnd hnd held 1,881
meetings during the past year, with ftn
aggrognto nttendnncu of 102,0-15; 67-1 pco
plo havo been converted; 7,'.!85 visited,
and thirty fotir visits mndo to station
houses nnd hospitals; fond had been fur
nished to 1G0, lodging to 275, clothing to
Bixty-thrcc. and Bibles nnd testaments
to 170. Tlio treasurer's report showed
that $8,800 had been Bpcnt uud $3,800.05
received during tho year. Mr. Bnlloy
then nuld that tho present qunrtors of
tho Union were not largo enough, nnd
that It was desired, as soon as possible,
to erect n plain single structure on Penn
sylvania nvenuo thnt should cost about
$flO,000 nnd 'bo largo enough for every
body. Sovoral pebplo who bad been converted
by tlio mission then rolntcd tho expe
riences of their conversion, their state
ments varying vory llttlo. An old man
past Btxty years told how ho had been
converted, and then Sir. Balloy said: "It
Is stated that two policemen nro tho best
advertisement tho Union has. Is Ofllcer
Kenny hero? I would liko to havo him
sny a word." But Ofllcer Kenny was on
duty nnd could not bo prcsont. Other
experiences wero told, and then tlio Key.
Mr. Groeuo, of Cavalry Baptist Church,
spoko on tho "Needs of tho Mission."
Addresses were also mado by Uovs. 0.
W. Baldwin, J. G. Butler and T. S.
BOUND FOR AUSTRALIA.
Frocrammo at the Hull Minos Who Will
Go to the Antipodes.
The baseball players under contract to go to
Australia are; Chicago Ansou, Burns, Ffcffer,
Williamson, ltyan, "Sullivan, Daley, Pottltt,
Baldwin and Tcncr. Alt-America, so far
engaged Ward of Now York, captain; Hau
Ion, Detroit; Wood, Philadelphia; Kclloy,
floston; Carroll, Pittsburg: Tlornan, New
Tork; Ifcaly, Indianapolis; Fogerty, Philadel
phia; Donnelly, Washington, nnd Bimpsou,
Nowark. Carroll ami Kolloy aro tho two
catchers. Ilealy and another man yet to bo
engaged aro tho pitchers. Tho men will report
at Chicago on or beforo October 20, with tho
posslblo exception of Want and Tlcrnan,
whose services will probably bo required for a
fow days In tho New York and St. Louis
The two clubs will play a farewell game in
Chicago on Saturday, October 20, and leave at
0 o'clock that nlghtiorSt. Paul.
Tho clubs will nlay In St. Paul October 31,
Minneapolis 23, Cedar Rapids 23, Des Moines
34, Ornah 5, Hastings, Nob., 20, Denver 27
iaud38; radoSprlugo 29, Salt Lake-City
uciooe aim ixovemoer i, oacramoiuo j.io
Tcrabet .., San Francisco 4, 11 and 17. They
sail from San Francisco on tbo 17th, at 7
It is posslblo that tbey will play at Lot
Angeles on November 14 and IS, and tho rest
of the tlmo on the 1'nclflc coast with local
clubs. Tho steamer slops long enough forono
gamo at Honolulu and Auckland, by special
contract. Tho opening game In Australia will
bo played nt Sydnoy about December 15,
thenedthe club will travel to Melbourne, Ade
laide and othor prominent Australian cities.
THR PARIS EXPOSITION.
AVIint Gon. l'ninklln Says About This
Gon. William B. Franklin, Commis
sioner Goncrnl to tho Paris Exposition of
1889, and bis assistant, Mr. Somcrvillo
P. Tuck, nro In tho city to consult the
authorities in respect to tho exposition.
Gen. Franklin states that tho prospects
of making a creditable display nro grati
fying, and that if tho Government dis
play is authorized by Congress tho mnto
rials now on exhibition in Cincinnati
would bo nil that was necessary.
Tho Commissioner of Agriculturo has
organized a board consisting of Prof. C.
V. Riley, Mr. William Saunders, and Dr
D. E. Unlmon to superintend the prepara
tion of tho agricultural and food pro
ducts. Prof. Rltoy hnsnlso been solcctcd
as ono of tho raro experts to go to tho ex
position, Although monarchical governments
havo failed to respond to tho invitation
of the French, tho republics nro doing
everything tbey can to make it tho largest
exposition the world has overseen. Tho
wares and products of monarchical coun
tries will bo displayed through tho indi
vidual action of tlielr business men. At
the exposition headquarters In New York
steps have been taken to call tho atten
tion of exhibitors to the limited tlmo for
preparation. Shipments will begin in
Death ofnnpt. Whltolitmd.
Cnpt. Frederick F. Whitehead, of tlio
United States Army, whoso illness has
been mentioned in The Post, died yes
terday nt his residence, 2010 It street
northwest. Cnpt. Whitehead wns born
In New York and wis nppolntcd ns lieu
tenant in tlio Missouri infantry on tho
31st of August, 1801. He was promoted
to tho iiuik of brovct major beloro the
close of tho war. On the Cth of Octo
ber, 1800, ho was mado lieutenant ot the
Eighteenth Infantry in tlio tegular
Army, nnd was promoted to the position
of captuln May 1, 1875. His promotions
In tlio volunteer scrvlco wero for gallant
and meritorious servlco nt tho battlo of
Champion Hill, Miss., at tho slego ot
Vlcksburg, und in tho campaign in
Georgia und tho Cnrollnas. His luneral
will tako place to-morrow.
i, - in
Tho National Tlmo.
Tho result of tho difference between
Mr, Robinson, ot tbo Echo, nnd Mr.
Thomas A. J. Clemous. is that Mr. Clem
ens on Saturday gavo to tho world tho first
copy of a new weekly raper, the Nationul
Times. Tim (list pago of tho Nationul
Times (winch h a veiy credltnblo speci
men of tho printer's art) is largely oc
cupied by very good portraits of Cleve
land and Thurman. with nn inscription
designating them the freeilmim's friends.
Speaking for itself, the Nutlonnl 'limes
says thnt it is "the olllclal organ of tho
negro Democrats ol the United States,
nnd Iho oirspoken organ ot the negroes
Who have thrown nit tho political yoko
Tho T.lnotypo Compimy.
At tho nnnunl meeting ot the stock
holdciB of the Linotype Coi.nwny, held
en Saturday evening, the following gen
tleuien wero eleetcd to constltuto tho
board of trusted,: h. G. llbie. Stilson
Uutelilns. S. M. Ilryim, 13. V Muiphy,
A. 8. Worthlngton, John dlhson, h.
Kurt. Johnson, Amliew Devino and
Clmileji G. Reebo.
There cannot bo an effict without n cause,
Therefore use Warm r's l.ivt labia I op- and
lluclm remedy, ami nut the loiu.wli In Pi"por
condition unci avoid tbo cause of many ills.
TKlil'KRANCK SOMMIjRS AM) SAILORS.
Over 41)0 ftlgned Vtio 1'loilgn l.mt Your
Work of tho I.itiltei,
A mooting of tho.Boldlers' and Sailors'
Depnitmontof tho Woman's Christian
Tempcrnnco Union vns held yeslordny
afternoon nt the Cnlvury B.iptlst Church.
Mrs. La Polrn preshh d, while fiovotnl la
dles of tho Union occupied seats
upon tho platform.) Miss Chafe, tho
Chairman of Iho dupnrj'mcnt, read n very
inlei estlng report on thd progress of tho
work during the past yvar. Their effoit,
Iho report showed, had been unusually
successful, and on;,harcly a vessel which
tho members of , tuS' department hnd
visited did they frill to find sallols who
wero willing to sign tho pledgo nnd who
woro tlinnkful for tho trnels nnd books
which tho department furnished them.
The Homo on Missouri nvenuo also
prospered during tho yor, 710 people
linvlng been accommodated witli hidings,
nnd l.'ilKl inoiils having been served. Of
this number nil but ilGii wciupnld for.
The number of soldiers and sailors who
slgnod the pledge was 418. Altogether
tho success of the work hail been even
Creator llinn had bueii anticipated nnil
tlio outlook for the ensuing vearlsvury
encouraging. When Miss Chao con
cluded, Mrs. Rowo related a fow Inci
dents of the work, Seigt. Pnttorsun sang
n solo nnd tho nlbetlng closed with a
brief address by Itev, I)r Corey, pnstor
of the Metropolitan Mothodlst Episcopal
DR. HKIlSlJKrS CHURCH.
IIo llovlows its l'rigre During tho
I'lmt Vcnr of IU l'iitnrule.
Itev. Scott F. llcrshey, pnstor of the
Sixth Presbyterian church, corner Sixth
and C streets southwest, bognn last
night u series of sermons on " Fiituic
Punishment." Tho argument of tho ser
mon last night wns tho standpoint ol
leason uud common sciiac. At his next
scirnou ho will bnse his Argument on
Biblical statements in regard to futuro
punishment. Mr. llcrshey staled thnt
crime nnd sin demanded punishment:
that such nro violation of the moral nnd
iinturnl law: that much orlmo remains
unpunished during earthly life. He then
followed these stutcments with illustra
tions to show thnt they were correct.
Life, liu u ko snld, was orgnui7cd us a
period of probation to effoot final per
muuence of churactcr. At death the
good or evil character of each person wis
determined, nnd accordingly rewind or
punishment inctcd out to him. Iu con
eluding his sermon Mr. llcrshey dwelt
upon heaven us a plnco ot reward.
At tho morning scrvlco Mr. llcrshey
reviewed tlio progress ot tho church dur
ing tho past year, the day being tho
first nnnlvcrsnry of bis service ns pastor.
During tho year the church received
ilfty-clght members, ot which only txjro
wero by lcttor. Of tho entlro member
ship this is n growth of thirty-ilvo per
cent. Tho number received on confes
sion ot faith is lnrgcr than thnt received
by nny other church In tho Presbytery
for tho sumo length ot flimc.
THE MARKET HOUSE SHEDS.
An Answer l'lled by tho Company to Jlr.
linker ' Knit.
Tho answer ot tho defendants in tho
suit ot John A. Baker vs. tho Washing
ton Market Company for nn injunction
to restrain tho erection ot certain finmo
dwellings was filed Saturday, Messrs.
Blrney & Blrncy nppeming ns their
counsel. It is stated that the building
ot which Baker oom plains is 400 feet
from his placo of business, nnd tlint
Baker's warehouse fronts 1005 feet on
the open space at tho Intciscctlon of Ohio
nnd Louisinlia avenues. Tenth nnd
Twelfth streets. This siwco is tho pro
erty ot tho United States, and by a ohur
ter of May 30 tho city wub given tho
right to uso the spneo for mnrkct pur
poses. Tho Wushlngl-on Market Com
pany denies tho assertion that it entered
tho space without right, declaring thnt
It went tlierd in '1 8T1 With tho knowl
edge and consent of tho Government;
thiit it has slnco been in pcnccablo pos
Gssion under wtlttcn contract embodied
in tho sixteenth section of its olmrter.
Thoy deny that the building nbout to
be creeled is dnngcrous us u nulbimce.
Its erection is tho result ot necessity, nnd
nftcr consultation jvith tho Commission
ers, the- present plan wns adopted.
IN SOLDIERS'' HOME PARK.
Tho Complaint of n licntlomnu Whose
Llfo IVua In Ilnngnr.
A gontlcmnn and bis wife, whllo walk
ing through Soldlors Homo grounds lust
wcok, wero compelled to keep to the
roadways and dodgo, ns best thoy could,
tho swiftly-moving vehicles which
thronged tho plcasnnt drives. Soveral
times their lives wero iu danger.
"Tho public is not allowed to trumplo
on tho grass," said. Deputy Governor
Catlin to a Post reporter yesterday, refer
ring to tho oxperlenco of which tho gen
tlcmnu complained, "or take away our
flowers. If any ono was ordered out into
tho roadway it was either because they
wero on the grass or becnuso tho man
issuing thO order was tho worso for liquor
and Insolent. If such conduct had been
reported hero nt onco, we would have put
matters straight in a llttlo while, nnd if
dcflnito particulars nro given us wo may
yet bo able to do something."
A I)cnl Infant In a 1'nrk.
Park Ofllcor J. K. Moreo found tho remains
of nu Infant In n trco at Iowa Clrclo yesterday
morning. It was In aueh an advanced stago
of decomposition that it was Impossible to toll
whether It was white or colored.
Should hnvo Ayor's Cherry Pectoral,
It saves thousands of lives annually,
nnd Is peculiarly efficacious In Croup,
Whooping Cough, and Soro Throat.
" After nn extensive practice of nearly
ono-thtrd of a century, Ajer's Cherry
Pectoral Is my euro for recent colds nnd
coughs. I prescribe it, and bellevo it
to bo the very host expectorant now
offered to tho pcoplo." Dr. John O.
Levis, Druggist, W"t Ilrldgowater, Pa.
"Somo yours ago Ayei's Chorry Tcc
toral cured mo of asthmn after tlio best
medical skill liud failed to givo mo re
lief. A fow wcokx since, being again a
llttlo troubled with tho disease, I was
tho samo remedy.' I gladly offor this
testimony for tho benefit of all similarly
nfl!lctod.r' V. II. Hassler, IMltor-dtvjKS,
Tablo Rock, Nubr.'
"For children afflicted with colds,
coughs, soro throat, or croup, I do not
know of nny remedy which will gUo
moro speedy relief tfinu Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral, I havo found It, nlso, invalu
able In cases of whooping cough."
Ann Lovejoy, 1231, Washington street,
"Ayor's Chc.rry'Tcctoral has proved
remarkably effective In croup und I
lnvnluablo ns a famllv meiucluo."
D. M. Bryant, Oldcppoo "Falls, Mass,
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Dr. J. C. Ayor U Co., Lowell, Mass.
Doldty oil Drusgliti, Price $li iliboUlei,$3.
(Successor to Itonry Leo's Sons),
-XT isrrEiiia?A.K2a R-
na2 I'KNN. AVENUU N. W.,
llranoh offlce, -108 Maryland avo. s
VtlltNlMllINn I'NItKIIT llvl!!.
laioi'eun, uve n. w betwiui id a'lU lll)f'ts
' fivcrj thing tlrtt i-IujS.
A.TFt! - lMMKntATKbY,
waist and skirt nanus tit
WAKTKII-A YOUWI W1IITK WOMAN TO
do goniT.il liouoMirk must llho chit
il'cnmo washing. Apply at oneo nt 4 111 Uth
st n w.
rA.NTKiirirx""nUHT-OLAS8 HANDS, n ON
VV waists and U tnlto sj none hat first class
him Is need upuly. r. W. UUIMKS, low Conn.
utiynroenhli)liidy without moans of sup
port, Who Is willing to devoto her tlmo to tho
enroot two llttlo buys. Add res it. A. II , Critic
WANTMI-TWO ItOOMH, FOItNISIIKD COM
plcto, for Unlit Imiiiekeuulnilt prlvlloca of
using wth-rnnm i' oferreili one child. Aildrc" ,
rtltflort nfl.in 1fi,iifl.n nnil .,.,. tffml,tif-.)- A . M. V...
WASTKit-nviiiiYnonr to know that
Illca'tt Hiram Clonnlng Wnrk, -UM) Mnlno
uo a w, clean ovpeta, ronoratui louthcr.s,
steams mattresses nnd remakes thorn: nlso, lur
nil urn steamed Iu Iho best manner and at low
V. WALUIX'hKIt A CO., man ifueturos
nuisteal Instruments and utrlugi; rcpahlng a
upcolnltr. 1417 0th I'nvi
WAXTKIl -11Y A IMIAOTICAIj FAtlMKlt, A
farm to iiian.co. AiUlrons 1) ,l'rltlonnlco
WAM'KII-AU, TO KNOW THAT 1JH. TAY
LOIt,0:ll Fst. near loth, makes boailtl'
fel eolsotartlilolal t-ot for SQ; guarantuod to
give, full satisfaction; exlraotlnir with ens, chlo
roform nr local Anesthetics, BOe; without, 23o:
tilling at vtry low prices
WISTHI-1T KNOWN THAT TI1K Cl.AIiK
OYCLUUO, uoa Pa avo, havo now Itapld
Safeties for lent.
WANTKD-8CIIOOL BOOKS, LAW 11O0KH,
modleall V s. for oash. 1. C. MKltllY,
7 1 0 K si and 1M7 aad t.
WAJTKK-TO 1IUY FItOV OWNER, A
conveniently located flvo or slxrrnora
liouso; locntlou. description and lowest prlco
must bu Matod; shark" or bonm.-cras'od ngonts
need not answer. Address J. K.. this olllcu.
WAyrKD- IT KNOWN THAT C. 8. I1UNDY
of driB 1,11 are, opp City Hall, ll Commis
sioner of Deeds for all tho Htntos and Terri
tories. WAHTED-TO HUNT A HOUSE OF TilOUT
or nine rooms, for a prlvato family. In
central location, or four or flvo unturnlahed
rooms, at moderate vrlre, In a small family.
Addruss, It. H. II.. this outre.
WAMi:-OLtJ ilOLD ANI) RU.Vcit
boiicht tor cash by WM. FltlF.UKHICII,
tho manufacturing Jowclcr, COS 7th at, opp rat
FO ft RENT R fJOMS
IiiuifitluiT oil nKAsv-yroons cm iiooms
; for lnilnes, suitnblo for emrraTlne. hind
Iiib. cleoirotyplngotuecs. CHHONICLK BUILD
INO, 417 11 th st, upp Star office.
IriOIt HF.NT-ENT1HK Oft SINGLY. THHEK
; ilollKhtful, oommunlcatlng rooms, furnished;
nortli ond east front; heat, kns, bath; ears pass
door, uoth st and ra avo n w.
OK IlKM TO A IIESPOSIULB I'AKTY
furnlturo complcto for anlnoor ton room
liouso; will tako room In liousn in part payment.
Auurcss t uiuiruiiLi, i.rnio oiuco.
17 Lafnyctto square, 18 rs ....8300 00
1U21 Conn avo n w, 18 rs, largo stnblo
In rear 250 00
3214 Fstu W.Q3M ur0 00
Mass avo n w, 15 rs 100 07
14'28 Mass avo, 1 1 rs 160 00
lllOVtavonw, IBrs 150 00
N Hnvonw, 10 rs
17UO Mass avo, 17 r 125 00
1' stn w, 12 rs 125 00
lilts 10 it n w.iors 115 oo
1721 Conn avo, lira ino 00
5 Uatnw.lSrs 100 00
322I,tnw, 11 r 100 no
U22 14th st n w. 12 rs 100 00
10-1121t8tn w. 13 rs 100 00
1(114 'Jlststnw, 10 rs 1(H) 00
1728Istnw,13rB 100 00
17(12 Paao n w, 10 rs , 01 07
luiU21ttstnw.lL rs 83 33
2(10)1 It stn w, 12 re 75 00
iiui uotm arc, 11 rs.., ' on
1011 l'nt nw, lllrs 70 00
20230 tn w.llra 70 on
lA270Htnw, lira 70 00,
151020thstnw. 10 rs 70 00
1712 I, stn w, 11 rs or, oo
1415Nstnw, llrs us 00
2002 n st n w. 0 rs oo 03
2014 llillrcrpl, 10 rs (10 00
170UM stnw.urs ns oo
220 N J nve s o, 0 rs r0 00
17(11 UHlmt, llrs 50 00
mo lath stnw, 10 rs co oo
ifiOiHBt n w.Drs tr oo
2lloi4lhstnw,lors Co oo
1014 (loth stnw. 17 r 50 00
1370 lists w, llrs 40 Oo
2100 14thBtn W, lOrfk. 40 00
17(10 It stnw, 10r..4Hb 40 00
153-1 l!t)tli stnw, 7 rs-YTTT 35 00
1528 20th 8t u w, 7 rs 25 00
1507 Caroline st 0 rs 25 00
222 1st at 1W, U rs 15 00
10071. stnw, 7 rs 1U45
1218 11th stn w, 10 rs CO 00
Sl'JEstnw, 13 rs (IS 00
2011 q st n w, 11 rs nr, oo
102115th stnw,10rs US oo
162.1 out u w, 7 r M 00
0(10 stn w. 13 rs 25 (10
The abovo houses can bo examined by permit
from our olllee only.
THOMAS J. ITSIIBIl & CO,,
1321 F st n w.
JflOlt KE5T-2 VERY DESIHABLENEW
; houses, Just toinploted, sos 71 anil 73 1' st
n w; (I rooms nnd bath; hot and cold water, la
trobo, ote; ologet In bedrooms; concrete walks
front and tear; only 818 each. CllAHLlIS 11.
OAYWOOU, basement U1U Fst u w.
FOI! KENT A 0-ItOOM HOUSE IN A VE11Y
desirable location. No 1B23 Vt nvon w,to
a good tonnnt; only S 18 30. CHAltLES 11. CAY
WOOD, basement UlOFstn w.
"1710)1 I1KT 1 410 OTII FT N W, A VEItY
V doslrablo 10-room brick houso nnd bath, all
in good order, with till modern Improvements.
Apply at 508 12th st n w.
JJIOU I1KNT-1121T ST N W, HOUSE OF 7
; rooms nnd Luili. nil In porfoet order, with
all modern Improvements. Apply atG08 12lb
Bt n w.
Oil llEIT-ON CORNEIl OF OTII STHEET
ami Louisiana avo a w, houso of lo rooms;
largo dining room and dry cellar. Apply at COS
TJlOIl HE.T-A NEW HAY-WINDOW 11HICK
L1 house.iaiu 17tn st; 10 rooms and a bath
room; duslrnblo for aBmiill family: Slo per mo.
Apply to JASC. britiatJ, 1121 NY avo.
L1 ;i()liN Btnw.ll ra.mt .$.'10 00
11132 1' stnw, 7 tb. ml 25 no
182U33dst,U rs. ml 20(10
30.11 Qstn w. n rs, ml 40 00
1310 and llOl 'JOth st, 7 rs. in 1 22 60
1200 32d stn w $75 00
1202U2dst nw 35 00
32IUMstn W CO 00
32H)Mstn w, storeand flats 50 oo
3203 1' st 10 00
2 Masonlo Hall alley SO 00
C. H. 1'ICKLING. 1201 32d Bt n w.
THVEST $7,600 IN SMALL BHICK HOUSES.
X woll rontcsl; uro to pay you $750 per year;
mar pay yon $1,1 10 peryeur. Addiesa K. S.
cjofilAMUH. 2100 l'q avo n w
I710II 11E.NT. "
225 Tonn avo, 3-story brlok, 0 rs and
Htore jinil 75
lins Kith st, 3-story brlok.8 rs 55 oo
1 505 T t, ;i story brick, O rs 35 oo
1527Tt,3.Htnr)hrlok,l rs 35 00
l'JIlWyllostne. 2 story hrlok, Ors... 14 00
121(1 Willostne, 2 story brlok, 5 rs.. 14 0(1
(1 rm eottaKoa on Culumlila Heights.... 18 00
1523 Corooran st. 3-story brick, 0 .s.... 8S5 00
1537 H st, or Kith, 3-tory, dotiblo
liouso, 13 rn.,,.., 150 0X1
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST-UI.ACK I1A1! 1'IN, WITH PEAIU,
head end ptonu. l.lhoral roward h re
turned to ItOOM 3(1, Fendall Building,
LOKT-810 HEWAltl)-ON AUC1UST 12. A
Inrgd Maltoilu Oil, answers to the name of
Bundy. Tho ubovo reward will bo given for his
recovery. Ho. 32S bpmco street, Le Droit
Han In stock a fall line of Carpotlojrs, all grades
OlloUlhi. CiKoa and Btraw Mittlngs. Also
lntei styles In Wall l'nnor. Window Shades and
CULulntloodi, Wire Window mid floor Screens
420 Ninth Stiuut Ni)rthot.
PEciiLS 92SS &&&S!&2
FOR SALE HOUSES.
Fon mmj-at'mount PLEAHANT-SEV-eral
woll looalcd oottauos and nlco build
ing lots; also, on 1 (th strent oxtondod, B neros
beaiitltnlly located, and II norei near llrlght
wood, Improved by7room outlano, o.
WALKER & WILSONIOOO Fst.
FOK NALK-A NUMI1EH OF SMALL HOUSES,
0 to 8 rooms, with mod Imns; for sale on
easy terras. OEO. W. UNIONS,
Cornor loth and II sts.
17011 KALK-A VINE ItESIDKNCE ON VEH'
I mont nvo, near Iowa Clrclo; 11 rooms and
bath; cloot In ovory room; it larito oedar closet,
ciiikI storeroom for provision", two pantrlos;
flnlshoil In bird wood; 23 feel wide; parties tin
slrlnir to ptirctiaso a lino resldcneo should look
ntthls- Apply to OEO W LIN10N,
Comer 10th and H sts.
TjVlit SALE-HOUSES-rAIlTIES UE3IUIN0
II to puroliaso nro requested to sondoroall
for list of houses for sale; I havo ti larm num
ber, all sizes. OEO. W. UNIONS,
lnih and lists njVj
r?Olt MALK-SUITAllLE Foil AHOMB OR
L' paying Investment I2S1 lllh st n w; 10
rooms, two tiatn, etc, all In cnmpleto order;
nlspmnall brlek.inj F st n o, (I rooms, bath.
cellar, olo.. uu I Is now renting so ns to pay 8
tier lent, as an Investment; pnro $2,750.
AUIBIIT F. FOX. 1120 F st n w.
II 2001) (J st n w. b h Ors.naw $7,500
inwto st.bh,iir3 7.000
351 1 Prospect nve.bh, lOrs 7,000
12.17 3()lh st. Iih, Ors...... , 0,000
1302 :10th st. llrs s.oon
tiinoNst.hh, io rs coin)
115121' at, bh, II rM ., 2.5(10
1 113 35th st,fh,7 rs 'jo
3 .'13 l'riis;ctBt, bh, lOrs ftOOil
Tho above Is only n portion of tho property on
my books. Call for llt.
C. ILFICKLtNO, 1201 32d stn w.
FOR SALE AND RENT.
THOS E, WAOOAMAN, 017 F Street.
Changos mado Wodnosdays nnrt Saturdays,
THREE-STORY IlflfK AND FHAMK U0U8ES
027 O nt s e, f h, a rs , ......$5,500
1208 5th. t n w, h h, nil, llrs 5,500
23 i: nt n w.bh.Srs 5,500
717 Htli et ii o. t h. 8rs 1.500
803 uth stn w, bh, ml.B rs l.noo
438 to 4 12 I stn w,f h,(lrs 4.5IM)
2211. 22137th stn w, h h, (1 ra.i.. ....... 4.1X10
1132 20th stn w.bh, 8rs 1.500
TWO-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES
142.1 1' st n w, b h, 7 rs $1,500
2U13 a stnw bh, 7 r 4,000
423 N st n w, t Ii. 5 rs. 2 houses In rear... 4,0(K1
1328 V stn w, bh, Ors 3,800
731 2d ft 11 W, b ll, f ll, (1 rs , ,.. 3,050
Alley oct Oth A 7tb, LAM Bts n w, t n,
3I08N st n w, h h, m 1, 7 rs i 3,300
1802 nnd 18ol Lst n w, rh.4 r , 3.000
2100 Vt nvon w.bh, 7 rs 3,000
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
NocorliUh Water sts $1,000
SoeorSUavo ti 14th stao 1,M0
II I avo, bet 14th & 15th sts nw $2.00
Lst. bet lUth and 20th nw 2.00
1'ftnvo. hot()thand7thstsso...i.... 2.00
18th st, betl, ,t SIsUti w 1,60
II st, bet it and 4 sts s o .. 1.2S
Massave, betllolavoand lst n o 1.00
NocorNH avoaud Fstn w .....70o
HOUSES FOK HENT.
21D0tliRtBW,0rs $25 00
Hir,.H6sf. sv.8rs 25 00
70S A sn 0,7 rs 21 00
43 Myrtle stn o.7rs 10 50
323 11th stso,U rs 12 00
13tShottalIeyno,4rs 10 30
451 N.Iuvoso, Ors 10 1)0
1223I)Etso,0 rs , 10 (io
1317 and 1310 lst stsw, 4 rs 8 00
8112(1 stse,4 rs.. U 00
STORES. OFFICES, ETC., FOIl HENT.
Mr ami dwsSOl I stnw. 5 rs ...$10 00
00514th stn w, oflloo 30 00
Storo rm 305 7th st b w 18 00
Vernon Row, rm 11., 15 oo
801 n stnw, shop inoo
0157th stn w, rs4andS is 00
401 7th stnw, lst floor, rm'2 10 oil
521 11th stnw, Bhop 0 00
HEAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Safo as U. 8. bonds; U per cent., payablo quar
terly; In Bums $100 to $1,000; small premium
In sums to suit at 0 per cent.
Tho above Is only a portion of the property on
my books. For full list unit at offloo lor bulletin
ibsuou un ino let ana loth.
TTtOB 11BST 0n"F0Il 8ALU. ON VERY HEA
JL' sonablo terms, houso all 11 st n o; 3 story
brick, mod Imps, stable In rear. Apply to It.
WHITE, 021 F stnw; can deal direct with
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOK KALK 1 FINK LOTS ON CIIAFIN ST,
50x150 oaob; one onl&that, noar Colum
bia road; a cholo building site, 50x1 16,
11ENJ. 1 DAVIS, 1310 Fst.
17011 SALE-VACANT LOT ON U STREET,
JJ hot 12th and 13th st n w, 8So per ft. In
quire at 2032 12th st n W.
IJIOIlINVESTlIKST-117,000 SQUARE FEET
JU on Teanosseo nro, at 14th st n o, sower and
wator, 17Mo, worth 25o.
Half square n o, all shallow lots, high cround,
on crude. 31,000 sq ft, only 10c.
Nlco llttlo lot 20x80, n o. on (mod atrcot, only
Cholcolot on N st n w, 23x07 to wide alloy,
near Scott Circle, only $2.15.
Elegant stablo lot, Dupont Clrole, fronts two
(30x15 (cot) paved ulloys; water, sewer, gas,
All of abovo terms to suit. Also lota Just
across Boundary on small monthly payments,
l'lonty ottior burjralns. WM. T. OKIE,
Itoom-1 1331 F stnw.
On 4th st, bet A and It 8 o, 20.8 ft front by
du.u, lu-inca party wan inciuuca; per sq it, sz.
Oallthst, hot TundU nw,a beautiful lot,
21 OxllJ; por sq ft, IlOo.
On list, bet 13th and 11th nw.flno 3 story
and collar, 8 rj; press brick, with all convent
ennos, lot 20x100; prlco only S 10,000,
Sixth Bt, near U n o. Rood a story and baso
mont, 7 rs, all m I; 83,700.
N w cor 15th and Caroltno sts n w, a flno 14
room hrlck, lot 17 0x70; prlco $7,50(1.
Send for now bulletin of farm and country
MACOOWAN 4 CAMPBELL,
1008-1010 Fst n w.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
17011 SAI.E-AT 1031 STN W, PARLOR AND
JL bodroomlurnlturo. carpet, stores, dlshos,
shados, curtain poles und toilet sots cheap.
FOR SALE-A HAINES & BRO." 7-0CTAVI!
piano, In Rood order, reasonable. Apply
immediately ut 1520 1' st.
FOR NALE-F1RK PROOF 8AFE-AT A BAH
Kiiln. ltouud corner, seven flanges. Inside
lock and bolt woik, four tumbler combination
look nnd nil modern Improvements. Address
"SIIKETZ," cor 11th and (! sts n w.
171011 SALE-ATTENTION, SAFETY IHDERS
S Nn mnrft irnnhlrt with votlr l&mna. Kin?
the l!oil Safetr Ijimu. CANNOT 1115
JARRED OUT, at .
CLAIlK CYCLE CO.,
U08 l'cnna. avo.
OLD 1HCVCUS TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR
new: safeties from $20; flrot-olass repairs
only; new machines routed; soo the ''Jamos"
I 7011 I1AIKI UN) IN REAL ESTATE CALL AT
tho Olllee ot
JAJfES F. OKOWh,
Real Estate and Loin Broker,
1 100 F Bt rvct northwest.
riTnosrA'lliTtllKLL, "' "
JL Real Estnto Broker. 1)31 F st n w.ltoom 4.
SK'clul attention paid lo tho oxehango of all
descriptions of real estate a ad personal prop
erty, mining stock, oto.
HEAL ESTATE BROKER.
1310 F st, adjoining Sun Building.
Suburban property a specialty.
DUTIES SEEklAU SAFE 1MVEST31ESTS IN
Local Securities will bo furnished full particu
lars on application at our oflloo,
1310 F St. n. w.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
I tlio Only e33.oo
SOLD DIRECT TO THE CONSUMES
BY THE MANUFACTURER.
003 IM1NNA. AVi:.
417 lotb St. N. VV. 627 Pa. Ave. East.
I havo lot of Fine-Shoos, my own inako, tint
will soil at a bargain, Ulvo me atrial.
PEERLESS DYES IXZi,
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS.
Bright'e Disortso of the Kidneys, Dis
eases of tho Nervous System, tho Urio
Acid Diathesis, Gout, Rhoumatio
Gout, Bhonmatism, Ronal Oalouli
and Stono in tho Bladdor, Dlsoasos of
Womeni Dyspepsias, Eto., Etc.
rresorlbed and Indorsod by illstlnanlshed Med
lenl Profcsjorn, rcproscn'lnu tho loallnn medl
eal colli'Ees ot tho eountrr,- by . I, Marlon 81ms,
M I).. LL. D.', Dr. Robert Hatty, Sumroster ot
Hatty's Operation; Dr, 'rbonias II. Iluoktor of
l'arls, Suirgostor of I.tlhlnas a Solvent tor Urla
Acid, and othor physlolans of eminence throiiKh
out tho country, entistttutlnK an indorsation by
tho Illehest .ModlnsI Aiitlinrltles. which may
safely chnllonir a omparlon with that of any
other JHnornl Water upon tho American Conti
nent. W. S. THOMPSON,
703 Fifteenth St.
AOENTFOUTHK DISTRICT OP COLUMBIA.
OVER A JIiTmoJ DISTRIDirrEO.
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
Incorporated by tho LeirMAture In 1809. for
Educational nnd Charitable puritosos, and In
franchise tnndo a pirt of tho present Stato Con
stitution. Iu 1870, by nn overwhelming popular
Its Oram! Extraordinary llrnwlnii tako plaoo
semi-annually t.luno and December), and It
Urand 8lnglo Numbei' Drawings tako placo on
each of the other ton month In the year, and
nro all drawn In public, at tho Academy ot
Music. New Orleans, La.
"ll' (to hereby certify that tcttUMrtU tht UN
ranqemtnti for alt the Monthly antl Xeiitl-anhua!
vraiciiiqt of tht Jxniulana stale Lottery Company,
ami In iierion manage and control th Urawlno
themtehet, and that the tame am condiuteit Willi
Aonatu.fittnitM awl In aoai faith tawanl alt nif
ties, and vt authorize tht Company to vtt thlt ter.
tijinur. Trim jac-sunuet or on
our ttgnaturii au
(icu, m utaucenueinenw."
G. T. Beauregard,
Wo, tho undorslgned Banks and Bankers, will
pay all prizes draw n In tbo Louisiana ntate Lot
teries, which may bo presented at onr countors.
R. M. WALMSLEY. Pros. La. Nat. Bank.
I LANAUX, Tres, Stato Nat. Bank.
A. BALDWIN, 1'ros. N. O. Nat. Bank.
CARL KOIIN.rres. Union Nat. Bank.
Q rand Monthly Untwine, at tha AoldCmy
or Muslo, Now Orleans, TUESDAY, Novombcr
CAPITAL PRIZE, $300,000
100,000 Tickets tit Twenty Dollars each;
Halves, 310; Quarters, $S; Tenths,
32: Twentieths, $1.
LIST OF ntlZES.
1 PRIZE OF $300,000 Is $300,000
ll'RIZKOF 1000001s 100.00(1
1 PRIZE OF
10,000 are.. ....... 20,000
5,000 aro 25,000
1,000 uro 25,000
500 nro 50,000
.11 HI aro 00,000
200 aro 100,000
1 PRIZE OF
J PRIZES OF
5 PRIZES OF
25 PHIZES OF
200 PRIZES OF
600 FRIZES OF
100 Prises of $500 aro t $50,00(1
100 do 300 aro, 30,000
100 do 200 aro 20,000
OOOPrliesof $100 aro 00,000
OOP do 100 aro 00,000
3,134 Frizes, amounting to 81,034,800
NoTB.-Tickots Drawing Capitol Frizes aro
not entitled to torminairrizes.
..CBFpnCLuniUTzs.or any further Informa
tion desired, wrlto loglbly to tho undersigned,
olearly atatlng your residence, with State,
County, stroot and number. More rapid return
mull delivery will bo assured by yoUronolosIng
an Euvolopo bearing your full address.
Send Postal Notes, Express Jlonoy Orders, of
low lurk Exohnngo In ordinary lottor. Cui
rcnoy by Express (at our onpensei addressed
M. A. llAUl'UIN,
Now Orleans, La.
Address Roglstorcd Letters to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BAM,
Now Orleans, La.
DEMEMDCDThat tho presonco ot Generals
flUllCluDLfA Beaurcitard and Early, who aro
In ouargeur the drawings, is a guarantee of ab
solute falrnoaj und Integrity that tbo chances
aro all equal, and that no ono can possibly dl
Vluo what number will draw a 1'rlzo.
"REMEMBER, also, thut tho payment ot
Prlzo Is GUARANTEED BY FOURNATIONAL
BANES of New Orleans, and tho Tickets are
signed by tlio President of nn Institution, whoso
chartered rights ara recognized In tho highest
Courts; therefore, beware of all Imitations and
I prescribe ana rally ea
dorse Bit a ai tha onttf
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r TO ft UATS.XH n ,hl, rfUAan
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jiraibyOi W have sold Ulr Q fos
ivui chiaicsi o. .;," '.;"i,"rBf".A,s
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w v unicnco, in.
HirllSl.OO, Bold by Druggist
fl Bronchit wjandj
CURED AT HOME. I
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Send for Now Pamphlet and name this Paper.
HEALTH IS WEALTH!
Dn. E. 0. West's Nekve and Hiuin Tiieat
mest, a guaranteed speoltlo for Hysteria, Dlixl
noss. Convulsions, Fits, Nervous Neuralgia,
Headache, Nervous prostration caused by the
use of alcohol or tobacco, Wnkofulnens, Mental
Depression, Softening of tho Brain resulting In
lutmiitty and loading to misery, decay and death.
Premature Old Ago, Barreiiness, Ijott of Power
In either box, Involuntary Lossos and Spermator
rhu'a cauaod by over-exertion of tho brain, sotr
abui.a or over-lndulgeneo. Each box contain
ono month's treatment; $1 a box, or six boxei
for $5, sent by mall prepaid on receipt of prloo.
' WE11UARANTEK SIX BOXES ""uo
to euro any easo. With eaoh order reoelvodby
us for six boxes, accompanied with $5, wo will
tend the purchaser our written guarantee to
refund tho money If tho treatment does not or
ient a euro. Guarantees Issued ouly by O.
01IK1ST1ANI, Druggist, Souj Aaur, '181
I'enna. uve., between l)a aud (1th sts.
ORTHE LIQUOR HABIT CAN BE CURED BY
ADMINISTERING. DR. HAINES'
Can oo given In a eup ot ooffiw or tea without;
tha knowledge ot thu person takluiMt, It Is ab
solutely harmless, and will effect a permanent
and speedy oure.whothor tho patient Is modor
uto drinker or an ivlcohollo wreck. It baibeott
given In thousands of cases, and In evory lu
ataneo a perfect euro has followed. IT NKVKIC
FAILS. The system oueo Impregnated with thu
8nerltlo.lt becomes an utter linnoHjIbllltT fir
tholluuorupnoHte to uxlxt For mtlo bvS. F.
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