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THE EVEKIKG POST, THURSDAY, KOYElVtBEK 1. 1888.
The Evening Post.
Action Token liy the DlnlrUl Commis
sioners on tlio Application.
Tho District Commissioners jtstcrdny after
lioon tictcil Upon 201) applications tot bur-room
liquor licenses and rejected forty-two. Tlio
llceuso jeor expired at inltlnli;bt Inst night,
and tlio Commleslonets put oft their (Uclfloii
until tlio lost moment torilvo those opposed to
tlio licenses nn opportunity to protest. I'cw
protests wcio received, fewer tlinn Hero ex
pected. t Is believed that tlio most ob
noxious places liavo been weeded out. In
order for thoso who h ivc been rejected to se
cure fchcarlncs application mut bo made In
wrlthm to the Hoard of Commissioners.
Tito npnUcalloiis of tlio following wore
Charles Kupertus, 11)03 I'd. nvc.; August
Doticlnss. 1703 Pa. avc,: Mr. Dlctz. 1710 1'a.
nvo.; Krncst (!. 13. ltupncrt, 17J0 Po. nvc.;
llctiry Hodcrmnn, 17111 I'd. avc.l Ifcnryilc-
(linun, 1701 Pa. nvo.) John II. Do Alley, 12S3
Po. nvo.; Jacob Hocrmnnu, 1000 Pa. avc.;
Henry lluriihelmcr, 018 Pn. nvo.: V. W. Hey
acslcr, 001 Pa. nve.; Johanna Iturtnett. two
Pu. inc.! 11. Hrynn, Jr., 0)0 Pn. no.; William
II. Sclden, Metropolitan Hotel; Ocorco V.
Driver, 003 Pa. nvo.; Georgo Holmes, (Mi Pa.
nvo. nud G03 II St.; P. Moore, 001 Pn.
nvo.; Cunningham it Smith, 451 Pa.
nvo.; IV. II. Wllhonnliifr, 4HJ Pn. nve.;
Levi Woodbcrry, -133 Pu, live; Perry II. Car
son, 320 Pn. ao.; Vf. J. llockbold, 83J Pa.
nvc.; Peter II. Meredith, 313 Pu. nvo.; Cath
erine Uucthlcr, Slid Pn. aia.; L. Ilickcy,
320 Pn. nvo.; HondloyA Pope. Bull Pn. nvo.;
Charles Maucs, 300 Pn. nvo ; h. Vf. SuooUs,
325 Pn. nvc.J Cbnrlcs IIoll, 337 Pn. nve.; P.
Vf. (Irtimbcrcr, 311 Pn. nvo.; William II.
Powell. Jl Pn. nvo.. Auir. I.oug, 101 Pa. nve.;
A. J,. Kleltilienz, 1737 7th st.; Ilonry Murrv,
1705 7th St.; Ocorao P. (lanzhorn, 1715 7tli
Bt., John P. Hlrner, 1701 7th st.; Michael
Ilollmau, 1250 7lu st ; M. Nolle. 1833 7lh St.;
(1. Prou, 115 JJ st.; Kodlcr te Gallagher, 107
(jth St.; Charles If, Clnrlc, 111 0th St.; John P.
Hamlin, 310 0th St.; J. 13. Jucnemutin, 317 0th
et.; Henrvltltor. 300 0th St.; Terrenco Fegan,
1033 4th'st.; I.oulsa (locltclcr, 039 4th st,;
James Gallagher, 1123 N. Cap. St.; Patrick
Quirk, 1111 N. Can. st.; Jos. A. Dcmf, 807
N. Cap. Bt.; Wm. Ujmi. 700 N. Cap. st,; C.
Murphy, 739 N. Cap. st.; Daniel Nclllgon,
1010 K. I. nvo.; C. Ucck, 031 La. avo.: T.
Itunncrt. 012 N. II. nvc. J. Gallanhor. 1218
113d St., J. Kaiser. 1301 and 1811 U2d St.; Vf.
llronnau, 1003 Kast Market Space; J. II. Rus
sell, 1430 N. Y, avo.; J. Dclmer, 025 D St.; O.
Auficcht, 017 D st.; Juo. riiccher, 1221 O St.;
C. P. Lurlg, 1020 C St.; William Schucbel, 013
H St.; Georgo W, and John A. Greason, 1303
Est.: James Hays, 1749 V, st.; I.. G. Melc
rlcli, 1313 E St.; J. II. Vnrrls, 133'J E St.; A.
Vf. Noock, 1331 K St.; E. Gcrstcuberg .t F.
Renter. 1335 nnd 1313 E st.; Miller A Jones,
1327 E st.; Elizabeth Wltthoft, 1203 P, st.;
Daniel Buckley. 703 E st.; L. riicl, 713 E St.;
frank P. BurUo, 1324 D st.; Jamos Itay, 1303
D st.; John llauer, 1200 I) st.; Patrick Ward,
1328 D st.; L. Melnltclm, 1113 D st.; Vf. F.
Guindon, 721 D st.; C. II. Wescr, 701 I) St.;
M. K. Wcjand, 700 D st.; Fritz Krcde. 043 I)
t,;M. V. Moran, 3011 M st.; Eugcno Jj. Mo
ran, 303') M st.j It It. Flolds,3001 M St.; Bertha
Young, 450 La. avo.; A. Ncwlaud, GOO La. avo.;
A. Supplco, 013 La. avc; T. M. lludd, 931
La. nvc; Wm. liergcr, 012 La. nvo.; L.
Urandt, 400 N. J. nvc; J. Ferry, 439 N. J.
ivo.; .1. Connor, 033 N. J. nvc; A. J. Collins,
3015 K St.; J. O. Quackonbusli, fU15 K St.; J.
K. it W. H. A. Lniijr, 3200 M. St.; P. Dueaii,
8235 M St.; J. Sullivan, 3331 3"jtu st.; J. O.
Kcady, 3314 M st.; J. Crowley, 3320 XI St.; C.
. A. Krcaracr, 3033 M St.; Aloxnudor Glbbs, 207
12th n. w,; Henry Peterson, 410 12th n. w.:
Ihomas Ilannagan, 1009 12th n. w.;
ltobert Brown, 1000 12tli sf. u. w.j John
Honey, cor. O nnd 13th n. w.j Ilnrry J. Elscn
bclss, 400 13th n. w.; Lucy Byrne, 818 14th n.
w.; Michael llnjdcn, 315 14th n. w.j Edmond
Hcaly, 401 13i u. w.; Aunio C.
Hoscb, 1103 14th r. w.j Alfred
Wandell, 500 14th n. w.: Caleb C. Willard,
Ebbltt House; Patrick F. Mc Mahon, 003 15th
n. w,; Caleb W. Spoffurd, Rlgss Ifouso;
Georgo P. Kozcl, 1827 14th n. w.j John N.
Bassfonl, nnd Jumcs T. Clotworthy, 1148 7tU
n. v.; John Sachs, 1120 7th n. w.j .Michael G.
Fox, 1137 7th n. w.j Charlotte Boeccholz,
1139 7th n. w.: Robert Hebsnckcr. 1230 7th u.
w.; Abraham David, 1202 7th n. w.; John
Toonso, 1239 7th n. w.; William G. Silence,
noilltbn. w.j John J. Gcntnor, 310 11th n.
w.; William Wlllers, 813 11th u. w.; Robert
Hoy, 314 11th n. w.j Georgo Gro6s, 003 10th n.
w.j John I!, Aufcutlilc, 803 10th n. w.; Joseph
It. Rabbltt, 300 101b n. w. John Lynch,
401 0th n. w.j Mlchaol 11. Scanlou, 408
0th n. w.j Louis Hicks, 015 8th n. w.j
Ernest Lo .Mour, 312 8th n. w.j
Henry A. Stroltberger, 331. 8th n. w,j
Joseph M. Casassa, 402 8th n. w.j John
linum, 430 8th n. w.j J. Harry Mlddleton,
218 9th n. w.j Christopher Horner; 214 0th
n. w.j Henry Couiadls, 212 0th n. w.j
Enill Wairucr, 210 0th u. W.j Pctor A.
Drury, 1100 20th n. w.j Hcimnnn JacobsOn,
1237 20th n. w.j Edward Murphy, 1100 20th
n. w.; John O'Malley, b33 25th n. w.j John
Craven, 000 20th n. w.; John J. Noonan, 903
20th n. w.j Peter Matteru, 1813 7th n. w.j
Henry Koch, 1818 7th u. w.j Earnost A.
Nauck, 1833 7th n. w.j Danlol Donovan, 10221
Vt. nvo. n. w.J William Schwinc
and Anthony J. Clarko, 027 7th n. w.j
Charles Schlegel, 1829 7th Bt. n. w.j John J.
Itupll, 1010 7th st. n. w.J William Wall, 1303
7th st. n. w.j Abraham Morris, 1017 7th st. n.
w.j John Collins, 725 7th st. n. w.j John G.
Blollgh, 735 7th st. n. w.j Peter J. Duffy nnd
Charles W. Lcjtmurda, American Hotiso; .lolm
A. Sprosor, 203J 7th st. u. w.j Hugh O'llollly,
2057th Bt. n. w.j Henry V. Schonborn, 209 7th
Bt. n. w.; Theodor Johanscn, 211 7th st. n. w.j
Frauk W. Hoygster, 213 7th st. n. w.j John
Hartnott, 517 7th st. u. w.; Frederick Huglc,
fill! 7th st. n. w.j Wolfgang Kummernnd
lluthllda Boss, 309 7th fit. n. w. Total, 107.
William G. Duckctt, 2150 Pa. nvc; G. O.
Cornwoll it Son, 1413 nnd 1414 Pn. nvc; A. C.
nnd G. II. Domonct, 1712 Pa. nvc; Thnnins
ltussell, 13U Pa. nvc; Peter P. Bacon. 010 Pn.
nvc; Jackson A Co, 020 Pa. avc; Ulclmrds
b Co., C38 Pa. nvo.; ',. D. Glllman A Co., 037
Pa. nvn j Johu Fcgan 403 Pn. nvo.j A. E.
Acker, 3d st. nnd Pa. ave.j S. Sllverborg, 823
Pn. nvc; Margaret Mouahan, 80S N. Cap. st.;
llrame & Co., 021 1st St.; J, II. Clark, 1110 N
Bt.; J.W. Fender, 15i50th St.; F. II. Hoff, 1300
5th St.; Louis Itothchild, 217 44 Bt.; Jacob
Koebel. 1210 6th st.; Vnlontiuo Gruser, 1810
filh St.; M. F. Coughlln, 1001 N. H. nvc; P.
Gannon, 17th st. and Mass. nvc; 1). W. Prn
tier, Portland Flats j David Jackson, 8011 M
st.j Marcarot O'Donoughuo, 8218 M St.; J. E.
Dyer, 8330 M St.; O. Vf. Bay A Co., 3375 M;
S. (3. Palmer, 1224 29th St.; Mary E.
Kcllhor, 8315 P; D. T. Keady, 8310 M Bt.:
Cnthcriuo Dcntz, 2700 O st.j Vf. J. Djer, 3118
M St.; P. Fealy, 1001 N. J. nvo.; E. King. 1630
N. J. avc; B. O. Stowurt, 1003 It. I. nvc; J.
C. Ergood A Co., 015 Lu. avc; John L. Guild
llinrllth nnd U n. w.j llemsburg A Elliott,
1003 14th ii. w.j Eliza Watson, 1300 14th n, w.j
Nanna A. Goddard, 2200 12th n. w.j PohnduriT
A Co., 014 Hth n. w.j Louis GundlhiL', 152J
15th n. w.j Laldlcr A Muckall, 11th nnd P Bts.
n. w.j Michael O'Toole, 1115 14th n. w.j
titznugu iB euuie, yuaa mil n. w.j
Elliott A SjKcs. IbOO 11th n. w.j
John U. Major, 800 7th n. w.; Somciect K.
Wnteis, 1813 7th n. w.j Charles P. Montsom
eiy, 1500 7th n. w Mlchaol Moore, 001 2Jd
ii, w.j Mary Foley, 531 23d n. w.J Wnltcr P.
Drano, 10J0 21st n. wj William Meicei, 1017
19th n. w.; Edward McNcy, 1140 17lh n, w.J
James P. Mcllraiin, 000 27th n. w.j Jacob S.
Kedman, 223 0th n. w.j John Ljnch, 1010th n.
w.; Croploy A Gwynno, 430 Otli n, w,; Julius
Vledt, jr., 1317 0th n. w Honry Hush, 435
10th n. w. Total, 59.
Tho nnpllcntions ot tlio following woio
James White, 1220 Pa nvc. Lieut. Amiss
reported unfavoiably four other saloons lu tho
squaro and n protut by nolghbois.
Barbara M, Batcr, 1003 Pu. avc, suspected
of soiling on Sunday.
Marlnelli A Mailuo, 335 Pa. avc, suspected
of soiling on Sunday, ana twclvo other bur
rooms lu tlio siUiiro.
John Daloy, 311 Pa. nvc, ilvo barrooms on
tho samo slilu of tho Bnuaic, seyon on tho op
iiObito side, suspected of violating tho Sunday
law, and permits caul playing lu lunoom.
(loorgo A. Bartholmo, 237 Pu avo,, sus
pected of selling on Sunday, uud throo other
saloons In tlio square
J. J. Torrpns, HO Pn. nvc; jiollco nro com
uclled to watch tho place on Sundays,
J, B, Benclillng, 12J Pu. nvc; four bars on
nmo sldo of square; old established place,
conducted In orderly uiauncr, but police havu
to spend cousldoiublu tlmo watching It ou
Bernard M. Bryun, 123 Pn. nvc: four othei
faloous on samo sldo of squnro; old place, but
polk c have to watch It on Suudu s.
N. BrummaRln, 109 Pn. avc; four othors on
imno sldo of sticet, uml does not comply
strictly with Huuduy law
llciiiy Yoaor, 1918 7th st, j one bar and two
wholosalo places on samo squnro. Tho appli
cant's wife, Annlo M. Biodrccht, whom bo
married within tho past few months, wns
fined $20 for keeping Sunday barj there Is
nothing ncalnst him.
8. J. Neonati, 3311 M st.j old established
place, but convicted onco of selling on Sun
day. Patrick Phillips, 120 B Bt not a majority of
J. J. Barry, 001 4th st., not enough slcnere.
Mary C. Shcn, 110J 8d St., icqulred to get
signers on L St., nud so closo to n school houso
that It would icqulro ncttial measurement to
dccldo whether tho placo Is within 400 feet of
Michael O. MoCormlek, CIO Otli St., ono
other saloon In samo nclghliorliood, suspected
ot selling liquor on Sunday, and keeps nn cm
piojo slttlug In tlio door nil tho tlmo when It
Is unlawful to sell.
J. J. Clarko, 712 3d St., and suspected of
selling ou Surdity.
L. Van Itlswlck, 183 1st St., not enough
Louis Schmidt, 703 7th st., threo others In
sntno neighborhood, and suspected of selling
P. II. Shccly, 20707th St., nlno other saloons
In neighborhood, Hols tho longest lu tho
business, but thcro Is a pool room lu rear of
premises whero tickets nro sold on horse races.
W. J. Brown, 3310 7th st.j nlno other saloons
and tho protest against Slicchy's plaeo appllos
to this nuo.
J. P. Kelly, 2003 7th St., samo as nbovo.
Jno. Cunningham and A. Vogelsbcrgcr aro
In tho samo block and lmvo not cnou&h signers,
and tho othor objections apply to their places
E. L, Johnson, 41013th St.; fined twlco for
Sunday bar, and onco for keeping open after
midnight; four other places In this neighbor
hood. Chas. G. Godfrey A Sons, 413 18th st.; ono
other bar In the simo neighborhood; arrested
four times this year for Sunday bar; does not
nppear to regard tho law or fear It; has a
watchman ou tho door who admits scores of
persons on Sunday, and wheu a policeman at
tempts to get In bo is refused admittance.
Juo. Cnllahan, 319 13th St.; frequented by
prostitutes; arrested onco for Sunday bar;
thrco other places In the samo nclghboihood.
G. E. Lallarro, 200 11th St., frequented by
prostitutes, proprietor failed to keep his pro
mtso to jiollco to movo his family to plnccot
business and keep n bettor place
J. F. Johnson, 411 0th st,, not enough
Prank Foster, 311 8th st., fourothci places
In the nclghboihood nud suspected of Sunday
IL Ldwanls, 1855 7th st., six other places In
neighborhood, not enough signers,
J. T. Hogan, 713 North Capitol Bt., somo of
the signatures to tho application wcro mado
under a misapprehension.
J. F. Slmmous, 3002 M st., four other places!
arrested and lined for writing policy, arrested
for assault, arrested nguln for writing policy.
B. Bouzcc, 3.100 M st,, not enough signers.
Elizabeth Kroon, 1057 East .Market Space,
application should bo lu nanio of husband.
Margaret Qulltcr, 703 Grant nvc, not
J. D. Sullivan, 201 Mass. nvc, suspected of
selling ou Suuday.
James Holmes A Bro., 501 N. J. nvc, old
established plaeo, but noisy, and profane;
white and colored persons frequent It.
Keith Sutherland, 1013 Vt. nvc, ono other
saloon, frcnucntod by disorderly persons.
Dennis Mullouor, 1351 D St., visited by
Thomas J. Conroy, 1310 D St., resort of dis
orderly and disreputable persons.
F. Frlthaus, 1220 D St., frequented by
thlovcs, nnd suspicious persons and pros
titutes. Jacob Stlnzlng, Oil D St., arrested for Sun
day bar, nnd ono mora slgnor required.
0. 1), Osborno, G01 7th St., not enough
L. G. Milovich, 015 D st.j Vf. B Amndell,
2140 G et.; E. C. Munich, 010 0th st.j C.
Stewart, corner 8th st. nnd Grantnve.j Amolln
Herbert, 1742 0th st. Total, 5.
A MILLION A YEAR.
Tim Carper of u Chorus Girl A I'rlnco's
Thcro Is a black-oyed nnd black-haired
young woman who comes forward every night
on tho stage at Kostcr A Blal's Concert Ilall,
In Now York, nnd with a good deal of French
chic nnd vivacity sings two or threo llttlo cban
sonottes such as nro to be heard In tho cafe
chantantcs of Paris. She Is bright and spark
ling lu manner, shapely ot flguro, and receives
tho npplnulo that groots her clnglng with a
smllo nnd n graceful llttlo courtesy and disap
pears from vlow. Bho Is announced on tho
programme as Ello do Bcllovtllc
Tho World has taken pains to ascertain hor
Flvo years ago sho ployed a small part In
tho "Merry War" at tho Thalia. Within tho
flvo j ears sho has touched tho extremes of
fortune She has spent a million dollar In
ono year and sho landed In this country with
only $3 In her pockot-boolt.
Sho went on tho road with tho Thalia Theater
Opfra Company several joars ago and met Do
Belleville, tho actor, whom sho married.
ino ctiraato oi Amonoa qui not agreo witu
bcr and she decided to return to tho air of the
rntherland. Thcro sho received nows of her
husband's actions; that sho was crazed with
Jealousy, and receiving ficsh proofs of it on
her return to this country, sho dismissed him
and returned to Berlin. Sho sang In comic
opera and appeared in drama with varied suc
cess. Of her life thcro, Bho eaj s:
"Somo tinio In 1SS0 Prlnco William saw tno
nt tbo races near Berlin and asked who I was.
Shortly afterwards an ofllcei of his staff treated
a joung friend of mine in what I thought was
n very dlsbonorablo wny. nnd I wrote to Prlnco
William nsklng him If ho would uso his In
fluence In tho matter. I rcceivod nn answor
granting mo an audience But why go out
I do not believe that any woman would ro
fuso diamonds nnd costly dtcsscs, horses and
canlages, n magtilflcont liouso on the prin
cipal Btrcot of n Europonn capital, every lux
ury In tbo world and.Eiicha position as I
afterwards attalued. Iliad everything. Tho
best-known men In tho country came to my
drawing-room. My brouchara was tho most
costly nnd conspicuous In tho drive I had
all tho money I could spend. I spent a mil
lion dollars In ono )car, and besides this con
tracted debts to n very lariro amount.
"I was tho talk ot tho town. Berlin Is a
small plaeo compared with Now York, and nil
my extravagant demonstrations wero noted
nnd discussed. But I knew It could not last.
I was always suro ot that. Pcoplo began to
talk about Prlnco William. They puoko of tho
fact that ho was a man led man. 'lhey pitied
his wlfo nnd they said what was perhaps true,
that ho could not afford to conduct such nn
establishment as he had given mo and ludulca
my extravagant expenditures. Tho feeling
against mo giow npaco. Angry looks grcotcd
mo when I went out driving. Thero wero
many who would havo liked to kilt me, and
uioy curscu mo ns i pnssou. ju iu&l ono
morning rcpicsentativcs from tho municipal
authorities camo and told mo I would have to
leave Berlin. "
ThlnKlnir things would blow oer In n whtlo
sho gathered somo Jowels and went away to a
llttlo couutry plaeo a short dlstanto from Bor
lln. Sho wrote ropcatcdly to Pi Inco William,
but tho letters wcro Intoicepted. When sho
returned to Bcillti sho found her liouso dis
mantled and nil of her furniture seized nnd
sold to pay hor debts. Even hor pilvato let
ters had been takou. Sho was warned to lenvo
Germany as she was not nGennan cttlzon,
Shoieturnod to this country resolved to se
curo a divorce from bor husband, icturn to
Germany, assert her citizenship and recover
hci property. This Sho seems In n fairway
to do. Iter old lover Is now tho Geiman Em
peror ami sho believes that It sho obtains an
audience with him sho can ucover her prop
erty. Straugo career for nchoius girl.
IliiHlinult llulliint) no.
Tho man logo of Mr, Campbell W. Bush-
noil and Miss Margaret Ballantjno took pluco
last ovcnlng nt tho rcsldenco ot tho brldo'i
parcuts on Vermont avenue, near Iowa Circle
tbo ceremony was performed by Ilov. Dr.
llamllu, patdorot tho Church of the Cove
nant, and only tho rclatlvos and a fow of the
most Intimate friends ot tho contracting par
ties wuo Invited to bo present. Mr, Bushuoll
Is tho senior member of tho llrm of Bushnoll
A Carusl, and the brldo Is tho only daughter
ot Mr, William BallantMie, ono ot Washing
ton's oldest nud most successful merchants,
Tho wedding maich was placed b) Mrs, Em
ma Kel, mo Sehufor, at tho special request
ot tho brldo. .Mr. and Mrs. Bushucll loll for
an ottoudod bridal tuur.
A Bi'AtittOw In tho hand Is hotter than two
outhoioof. A bottlti of Waruir's Lug Cabin
Sarsaparlllu Is bolter for a until wlthlmpuiu
blood than halt u dozen dortois. It Is uu old
fashioned but certain remedy, 1 .ingest bottle
on tho market. (Juo hundiul and twenty doses
inkys or tiu: day.
Itecont lirantK of Interest Ilollocl Ilown
for Hasty ItoinlliiiC.
A train of soventccn hcavlly-ladcn cars on
the Swcdcsboro' Branch of tho West J ei soy
llnllroad. carrying tho Young Itcpubllcun
Club of Camden homo from n demonstration
nt Salem, was Wrecked yesterday monllngnt
8 o'clock about n mllo below Clarksboro', N.
J. Flvo of tbo rear cars Jumped tho track
and threo of them toppled over on their sides,
but fortunately the, train was running nt a
6low rate of speed, and beyond a fow bruises
no one was Injuicd.
A hotel and soda water f actory.owncd by Pat
rick Dunn and occupied by William Dunn, nt
Whltestono, Long Island, wcro destroyed by
flro yesterday. The loss Is $4,000; no Insur
nnco. Tho hotel was tho oldest building In
tho vlllago, being over 100 ycirs old.
Tho flvo cents per ton advnneo lu tho wages
of tho railroad mluorn takes effect to-monow
throughout tho bituminous coal mines of tho
United States.' In Western Ponnsjlvanla all
tho operators, with tho exception of W. L.
Seott, huvo given notice that tho advance will
Tho American Orltnttl Society began Its
autumn meeting nt tho University of Pennsyl
vania nt Philadelphia yesterday. A papei
was read by Cjrus Adfcr ot Johns Hopkins
University, on tho exhibit of Oriental an
tiquities at tho Cincinnati Exposition.
Tho fifth mysterious murder in as many
months Is reported from Carbon County,
Wyoming. Tho body of John Oroshart, a
well-known ranchman, has been found in an
Isolated spot with a bullet holo In tho brain.
Tho famous houso of Vf. J. Wilcox A Co.i
lard refiners, New York, has been boucht out
by tho American Cottonseed Oil Comnnny
nud will bo known ns tho W. J. Wilcox Lard
nnd Kcflnlng Company.
A meeting of tho flncllo Association was
held In Limerick yesterday. Part of tbo busi
ness transacted was tho election of officers.
Thcro wcro no Natlcnallst candidates for tho
olllccs, and all the officers chosen wcro Ko
nians. Advices from Suaklm say that tho rebels
attacked tho town, burning tho zarcba around
tho water fort oil the left nnd shelling tho fort.
They were repulsed by a heavy flro from tho
ships and forts.
Captain Shea testified befoto tbo Pnrnoll
Commission jesterday. Ho Identified tho sig
natures to tho nllogcd forged letters ns Par
ncll's, nnd Impllcntcd Gladstono and Sir Wil
liam Illnrcourt In tho Kllmalnham treaty af
fair. Threo boys, while testing a firo-cscapc. fell
from tho Monongaheln House, In Pittsburg,
jesterdny. Two wero killed Instantly, and tho
other will probably die
Senator Evarts in n speech In New Yoik
denied tbat tho Republican Senate had, nt
Lord Sackvlllo's request, disparaged tho pro
tection for political prtsonors.
Ihoilvo cents per ton ndvnnco In tho wnges
of tbo railroad minors takes offoct to-day. All
operators, oxccptlng W. L. Scott, ha con
sented, An cnglno on tho Klo GrnndoRoad, In Colo
rado, yesterday tumbled over nn embank
ment, killing tho flicraan aud conductor and
seriously Injuring the onglnocr and brako
niau. Tho Black Mountain Expedition has at
tained Its objects, and will return to India.
Tho International Pcaco Arbitration Society
has resolved to organtzo an international con
gress to moot In 1839.
Tho Ilaytlen man-of-wnr Touissaint Louver
tttro has captured a British schooner loaded
Tho French Pnrllamentary Commlttco has
decided lu favor ota revision of tho constitu
tion. Tho flro at Hucnfold, near Cassol, has boon
subduod. Tho damngo will bo abot $500,
000. Whllo witnessing tho parade In Terra Haute
yesterday, Dolllo Phillips, aged 20, wns mur
derod. Andrew Franks, of Now York, committed
Sir John McDonald,In n speech at a banquet
In Quebec last night, spoko against tho ldcu of
annexation with the United States.
Iiecclvcrs Cross and Eddy will take charco
cttheMlssonrl, Kansas and Texas Itallroad.
In a fit of Jealousy, William Harrison, of
Hlncsvllle, Liberty County, Go., recently shot
and killed his niece.
John B. House was yesterday convicted In
a N4w York court of forgery nnd sent to
prison for flvo years.
Tho Cotton Soed Oil Company has bought
out tho houso of W. J. Wilcox A Co., lurd
Frank Brlcstor, n Bohomian, was robbed and
killed In Chicago by unknown thugs.
Georgo II. Vnndcrgrlft, a Philadelphia con
veyancer, has disappeared with $45,000 given
him by friends to invest.
Prof. Barnard, of tbo IJcU Observatory, has
discovered another comet.
Two sailors, of tho ship Constellation, woro
rccontly drownod in Hampton Uoads.
Tho now Staten Island ferryboat Erastus
Wiman has arrived in Now York.
Prlnco Whites yestorday defeated Patron, In
Nashville, lu thrco straight heats.
Flro broko out In tho Qulrlnal yesterday,
but llttlo damago was dono.
Appeals aro being Issued for subscriptions to
tho l'arnoll fund.
Mr. Flood Is Improving.
A l'riiiiu Donna's l'lctuvo.
lloimnn Deiiu, tlio wcll-lmown
I winter of TJosloti, paid Jcsslo Burtlett
Uvls, prima donna contmlto of tho
Bobtoiiiuns, u decidedly vuluiiblo tributo
Inst -woolc in tho form of n llfo
i,i7o nortliulb In oil of tlio lady ns Slebel
in '' Fuust," a rolo which bho has played
with Aclollnn Putlh, uml Inter In tho
Ameiicnn Ppcru Company. Accompany
ing tlio portrait!, whicli will bo exhibited
lu WnshlhRton this week, wns n letter
from Mr. l)cssnu, in which ho said that
in olcnnlng up hltt stludlo, prior to if
contemplated removal, ho discovered
tho Stolid fllcetcb, unfinished, and had
taken much pleasuio in comjileting and
presenting ifc in a tkilten of his appieJ
elation of tho lyrlo aitibto and ho clmi-l
nolcr. " Tho cii.tumej' wioto Mr. Dcs
bnu, " is uot, rts you notice, that of tho
conventional Siobd. but is nono tho loss
correct for tlho tlmo and plaeo in which
I'uust loved and wooed Maighciita."
"Ily Ills Own Ilnrit Work."
Hon. John Wcntworth gavo n word of nd
vlco to n jouug mau onco something llko this:
"Buy land near n city aud plant cabbages on
It. That makes jour taxes low; Don't build
on it, but lot it alone. Let tbo other follows
do tbo hustling, they'll mako It valuablo
for joti." It was by pursuing such a policy,
which the papeis now call "making a tortuuo
by his own hard work," that tho Hon,
John succeoded. Mr. Wcntworth bad a
right to do as be did. Ho had n right to drop
a quicksilvered coppor Into tho Christmas
box of tho old portei of the hotel. Ho was
doing nothing illegal wheu ho throw u bar
tender a roll of four $1 bills and told him to
set up tho arlnks. That thoro wero 300 pcoplo
lu the crowd was not bis fault, That a man
should llvo to ba 73 sears old, and bo chlelly
remembered after his death by acts of pontirl
ousness, Is something which furnishes food
for thought. Chicago News.
lite Mllltln Uomnllmontcil.
Department Commander Lincoln of tho
Grand Army of tho ltopubllo has Issued a
general order, commendiug tho Union Veteran
Coriis, Old Guard, for their lino appearance at
the encampment at Columbus, Ohio, and also
calling attention to tho f id that tho btato of
WeSt Yli glnla Is Issuing medals to old soldiers,
which m iv bo had by nddresslim 'lhomns C,
Miller, A. Q. M., (Itucrnl, Depaitmcut Aest
VIrglula,-FuIrmount, Vf Vn.
"Is that roally truot" Druggist:-" Yes.
Madam, Dr. Bull's Couh byiup Is only 2.io."
A brulso may icsult in nn aUcois ir not
promptly ntteudid to. Ajijily Sahatlun Oil,
If mm tlio WnlliliiB Dolrirnlo'i VIuw,
Vf. Dolcgato-And a )d bo nftha goln to
vote nsnn Indjplndlnt'
Woiklncmiin OI am eor;
It's sick OI am
W. DelogntuGo .ihcnd, thin; but OI warn
yoz not to carry jour scab notions Into tho
Labor Union, or there'll bono llyln' for you
in thlstimii. Fellies loIKo joti, lint d ires to
think for thimsolves, nro the ruin av tho oidei-
Tho flenninl I'lojiiillie
against trilng leiidv-niadoclolhlng Is oer-conioilitiiuust.oilio-l''l
suits of ouruwumnnufiiitiiiD.
i:iriinllimi., 7th and K.
The most popular Uutlilus and lallons.
HAVE YOU SEEN
$5 TtfodseFincjs ?
IF NOT,! DO SO.
Tho Uccopnlzcd Leader of
6 1 6 and 6 1 7 Penna. Avonuo
WASHINGTON, D. O.
MEN AND BOYS.
Ready Made and Custom,
ROBINSON & CO.,
909 Penna. Ave.
H. D. BHRR,
Importor and Tailor.
Fall and Winter Goods,
All of tho Latest Noi cities.
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND SCOTCH SOITINGS,
ETC, JDST ARRIVED.
BfMIt. BAItnporsonallyflts nil garments made
In our establishment.
1111 Penna. Avenue.
Our stock of Wide Wale Diagonals Is com
plcto lllacks, ltluos. Drowns aurt Graya. Wo
mako thoso ln;Cutaway Suits, flat braldod, for
S3U.50. Theso arogonnlno KiiBllsh Worstods.
Correct stylos anil perfoct flt guaranteed.
HARBAN & BENNETT,
1410 3STo-w "SToicJs. .A.V..
BEST IS BEST
Thro' the World.
OUR FALL OPENING OK
Dent's ? Gloves
Shirts to Measure
Cannot Be Excelled.
Gor. 1 5th and O Stff
m ,- m w k- tt
Owing to the lateness of the season
and being compelled to make room for
our fall Roods, now arriving, we have
concluded fo close out our line of Car
riages at the following prices:
$18 Carriages, Upholstered in Plush, ?I2
22 " " " i5
25 " " " 18
30 " " " ' 20
$35, $10 and $15 Carriages, tX al $25
Those who havo seen our Carriages
will appreciate the above figures. These
are all the celebrated "Heywood" make,
with Adjustable Parasols, Each Car
Opened and now In stock the most
complete lino of Carpetlngs In the city,
embracing Ingrain, Tapestry, Body
Brussels, Moqucttes, Wilton, etc., at
prices given AS LOW A8 ANY IN
Our Furniture Department now com
plete wltb a large assortment of Parlor,
Bed-room and Dining-room Suites, and
a miscellaneous stock unequalcd in the
We have made a sweeping reduction
in the prices of our Lace Curtains and
Portieres to make room for our new
Fashionable Furniture, Carpets, Drapery
AM) Ul'HOI.SlT.KY OOOIIS,
317, 310, 311 HKVKHTH hTUKET,
033 AND 035 LOUISIANA AVE.,
U32.031 AND 030 D bTREKT
MT. VEItNOX SEMINAUT, 1100, 1101,1100,
1110 M street and 1128 Klevonth street,
Iionrdlnc and Day tichool for young ladles and
llttlo Rlrls. ,
Fourteenth year opens Wednesday, October 3,
for recontlon of lioardlne pupils: Thursday,
October 4, for reception of day pupils.
It U.S. B.J. bOMEKS, l'rlnclpal.
rilllE UKItLITZ tsCIlOOI. OK LANGUAGES.
TEHMS BEGIN NOW.
723 14TII &T. N. W.
Miss iiAi.cirs civil acnviCE institute
, AND HUtsINKSS bCHOOL, 1207 lOtli st n
w. Open all tlio j ear. Pupils prepared for all
CLASSICAL ANUtJCIIINTIFlO DEPARTMENT.
Classos will be resumed lu tlio I.OWlilt
SCHOOLS on TlIUltSDAY, 8KPTKMIIKR 13!
nnd In tho SCHOOL OP PHILOSOPHY on
Thursday, Soptembor 20.
EXAM1NAAIONS TO It ENTRANCE
will tako place on Slonday, September 10.
TEHitS-Dny scholars, 850 yearly, payable
haU-joaily In advance; half-boarders, Sluos
boarders, $300. For furthor particulars apply
to tho president,
J. HAVENS RICHARDS. S. J.
VrOItHOOl) INSTITUTE SELECT SCHOOL
1 FOR (IIltLS. Apply at 1 107 Mass. avo ,
Mr. nnd Mrs. W.D. CAUKLL. l'llnclpats.
l'uplls rocolvod at any time.
MUONALIMLLIV SCHOOL, tUHNEIt MASS.
avo and 17tli st, Washington, D. O.
Second session, Teb. 1 1883.
Miss Cutoheon'a Evening Travel Class will
begin Feb. 20, 18S8,
The first lecture- on American Literature by
rrof. Llnooln, Feb. 1 1, 18S8.
For information address ths principal,
MlbS ANNA ELLIS.
SPENCERIAN BUSINESS COLLEGE,
Three entlro floors. National Rank of the
Republlo llulldlng. corner 7th and D st. n. w
Day and evening sessions. Young men and
women practloally tralnod for sell support, and
useful lives. Plyo oourses The Practical Uusl
iicss Courso, Stenography, Type-Writing and
(iraphophono, Pljman Shorthand, Practical
English Urnnores, Dolsarto School of Expres
sion. Sonolastlo year begins Monday, Septem
temberO. College opens for arrangements on
and afterMonuay, August 27. Stndfor nowil
IIKNRY (). SPENCER, LL.lt , Principal.
MRS. SARA A. HPENOER. Vlco Principal.
AM) SCHOOL OF TLLFOUAFIIT AMIIU'E.
31 3 SIXTH STREET NORTHWEST,
Reopons faEPTEMIIP.lt 10. Coloied studonts
not adralttod. FRANCIS Q. MARTTN, Pies
Ident: O. K. URNER, A. M. O. E , Principal: J.
O. WEEDON, Assistant; MISS 11 U. WEIR,
FINE FAMILY FLOUR.
UII.X KIIOK or
(lOl.DUN II I I.I,
And you will always lmo beautiful Ilroid,
Rolls and Dlsuults Wlmlosalo Depot, corner
First street aud Indiana aveuuu
WM. M. GALT & CO.
DC'ERIEfte HVCe ArpthnllESlV,
I MltibWW UlblJ HOI
WASH. B, WILLIAMS,
Baltirnoro and Ohio Railroad.
Sohcduto In effect NOV. 1. 1683.
Leao Waslilnitton from stntlou corner ot New
Jcncyacnnoand C street,
i. II01.'. c'o"o and Northwest, Vestlimlod Llm
Itort J.xpress dally 10 M a m, express 9.15 p in.
X?n c,"cinjuti and Bt. Iuls, oiprcsa dally
8,00 and IMS p. in.
ron Pirrssuno and Cleveland, Vfstllmlcd
Limited oxptess dally 10 53 a m and express 0.18
Fon LixiNdioi and Local Stations, f W.ta am
l'onl'iiiUDBi.iiiiA, Nowark and Mlmlngton,
1.30 a m, S 03 and 0 M p m dally, express.
Fon intkriipdiatb points between llaltlmoro
and Plilladolphla, t3.0o a in and tl IS p in.
J'on Sinobiilt and Intermediate points, S7.30 a
!'!.l.,AI-T,,'onl!" 8-0. C;W, C40. 7.30. 8 30, IM
11.00(13 mlntttotraln) a m. IS 10, 8 03. 3.13 (41
'nlnutp train) 8 JO. 4.30, 4.85 B S3. B.S0. 6.43. 8 33
and JO.'iO p. m. Sundays. C 30. 7.J0 8.30. 0.43
am,l,n,so3, 3 30, 4.30, 1.33, 0,33. 0,43,8.33 and
Fon ANJUr-otts, 0.40 and 8 30 a m. 12.10 nnd
4.31 p m. On Hunrtitys. 8 30 n m, 4 83 pm. Leivo
Annapolis, 6.40. 8.37 a m, 18 0J, I.lOp. m, Bun"
days, Bar am, 4.10 pm.
. Fon Wxr Stations betweon Washington nnd
Ilaltlmore, BIO, 0 40, 8 30 a m, W10, 8 B0, 4 83,
0.43 pin. On Sundays, 8 30 a in, 1.15, 8,10, 4.33,
Fob Stations on tlio Metropolitan llranch,
to.35am, Jl.ispm for principal stations only;
10.10 a in, tl 83, t3 80 and to. 13 p m.
Fob OAiTiii'nsnunii and Intermediate points,
tO Wntn.tUUO, !.,,!, tH.!pm.
ron Horn's und Intermediate stations, 17.00 p
rnuhcii train loaves Washington on Sunday
only at 1.13 p m, stopping at all stations on
Fon FiiMismcK, tlOIOn m, 13.00, 14 85, 30 p
m. Sundays, 1.13 pm.
Fon IlAOEiuTowfi, tio.10 a m and t3 30 p m.
Thains orrlvo from Chicago dally 7 30 a m and
8.15 p m: from Cincinnati and St. l,ouls dally
0 Warn nnd 1.63 pin; from Pittsburg dally 7.80
am, 5,15 pm.
1'noH l'HiunEt.riirA, Chester and Wilmington
2 50, 7.10 and 0 03 p m dally and tlO 43 am
1'noM Sincikri.y and Intermodlato points north
of llaltlmoro, 10 00 u. m dally, and l'J.15 a m Sn
Tiuins Lxavh llaltlmoro for Washington at
0.!. 0 126.96.36.199 00.0 03. 10.00 (13 mlnnto train),
11.00 (43 mlnuto train) ap. 1S.15. S.OO. 3 00. 4.10,
5 00, (I ro, 6.30, 8.13. 8 30and 11.00 p in. On Sunday',
O 30, 0 00, 9 03, 10 00 a 111, 1.15, 8 00, 4 10, 5.00, 0 80,
B.13, 8.30 ana 11.00 p in.
tKxcept Sunday. 'Daily. Sunday only.
lhggaeo called for and oheokod nt hrttols nnd
residences on orders loft nt ticket otUoes.tllll
and 1351 Penna. avenue.
Vf. M. CLEMENTS. CIIA8. O. SCULL,
den. .Manager. Ucn. Pass. Ag't.
Tho Great Pennsylvania Route
To the North, West and Southwest.
In xrrEOT Auoust 5, 18S8.
Trains leave Washington, from Btatlon oornor of
Sixth and 1) streets, as follows:
Fon PiTTsnuiio and the West, Chicago Llmltod
Express of Pullman Vestlbuled Cars at 0 50 a m
dally: Past Lino, 0 50 a m dally to Clnolnnatl and
St. Lonls. wlthriloeplngCars from Pittsburg to
Cincinnati, nnd Harrlsbnrg to St Louis; dally,
except Saturday, to Chicago, with Sleeping Car
Altoonn to. Chicago. Wostorn Express at 7.40
p m dally, with Slccnlng Cars Washington fo
Chicago aurt St. Louts, connecting dally at
HarrlsburgwItlitliioiighSIcopors for Loulsvlllo
and Memphis. Paolllo Express, 10 00 p m dally
for Pittsburg and tlio Wpst, with through
Sleeper to Pittsburg, and Pittsburg to Chloago.
I1ALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD.
1 OR EltlE. Hnninflnlnnit nml T!nM..i4n laltr.
fr I'nTalo nnd Niagara dally, except Saturday!
1000 p m, with sieoplng Car Washington to
Fon WiLUAMsronT, Ixok Haven and Elmlra at
0.50 a m dally, oxoopt Sunday.
Fon Nr.w Yoiik and the East, 70, 0.00, ll.OO
and ll.Wum.a.00,4 10,1000 andll.Wp m. On
Sunday, 9 00, 11,40 am, BOO, 4 10 10 00 and
1130 pm. Llmltod Express ot Pnllman Parlor
Cars, 0 40 a m, dally except Sunday, and 3.43 pm
dally, wltlullning car.
Fon Dostor, without change, fl 00 p m every
Fon Brooklyn, N. T all through trains con
nect at .lersey City with boats" ot lirooklyn
Annex, affording direct transfer to Fulton
street, avoiding doublo ferriage across 'New
l'on l'liiijkDELrniA, 0 90, 9.00, 1100 and 11.20
a in, 3 00, 4.10, 0 00, 10 00 and 11.20 n m On Sun
day, 0 00, 11.40 a in, B 00, 4.10, 0 00, 10.00 and 11.40
pm. Llmltod Express, all parlor cars, 0.40 a m
week days and 3.45 p m dally, with dining oar.
Fon IUi.tisiokc, 0 35, 7.80, D 00, 0 40, 9.50, 11 00
and 11.40 a m, IS 03, 3 00, 3 43, 4.10, 4 SO, 4 40, 0 00,
7.40, 10 00 and 11.20 pm. On Sunday, 0 00, 0.03,
0.60. 11.40 a in, 2.00, 3.45, 4.10, 6.00, 7.40, 10.00 and
Fon Pons's Cheek Line, 7.20 a m and 4.40 p m
dally, except Sunday.
Ton ANNArous. 7.20 and 0 00 a m, 13.05, 4 50
and 0.00 p m dally, except Sunday. Sundays,
0.00 a m, 4.10 p in.
ALEXANDRIA AND FREDERIOKSBURO
RAILWAY AND ALEXANDRIA AND
Fon Alexahdma, 0 00, 0 35, 8.40. 0 45, 10.57 a m,
12 04 noon, 2,03. 4.33, 5.00, 5.55, 0.03,8.03, 10.03
and 11 37 p m. On Sunday at 0.00, 0,45, 10.57 a
m, 2.30, 5.55, 8 03 and 10 03 p in.
Accommodation for Qunntloo, 5 00 pm week,
Fon Richmond and tho South, 000,10.57 a m
dally and 0 03 p m dally, except Sunday.
TnAiNs leave Alexandria for .Washington,
0 03, 7.03, 8 00, 0.10, 10.15, 11 .07 a m. 1.20, 3.0O. J .23,
5.10,7.05, 0.3J, 10 43 and 11.03 pm. on Sunday
nt 0.10 and 1107 a m, 200, 5.10, 7.05, 0.33 and
0 44 pm.
Tickets and Information at tho office, north
east corner of 13th strict and Pennsylvania
avenuo, and at tho station, whoro orders can bo
left for tho cheeking of baggage to destination
lrom hotels and residences.
ohas. e. ruaii,
(Jen. Pass, Agent.
Piedmont Air Lino
ScireDOLB in ErrECT AnausT 12, 1B88.
8 30 A i East Tennessee Mall, dally for
Wurronton, nordonsvllle.cbirlottesvllle.r.j nch
buu, nnd stations between Aluxandila and
Lynchburg, Kotmoako, Bristol, Knoxvllle.Rnmu,
Caltra, Montgomery and New Orleans. Pull
man Sleeper Washington to Now Orleans.
11.21 A M-Fast Mall Dally for Wai ronton,
Charlottosvllle, (lordonstllle, stations Chesa
peake and Ohio Routo.Lynohbiirg.Hoeky Mount.
Danvlllound stations between Lynchburg und
Danville, Greensboro', Rnlelgh.Chnrlotto.Colnm
bla, Augusta, Atlanta, lllrmlngliam, Montgom
ery, Now Orleans, Texas aud California. Pull
man Sleopor Now York to Montgomery, In con
nection with Pullman Sloepers Montgomery to
Now Urloans, and .Mann lloudolrsieopors for
Birmingham, Vlcksburg and bhroveport. Pull
man Sleeper Damllloio Columbia and Augusta.
Solid trains Washington to Atlanta. Does not
connect for O, and O. routo points Sundays,
I.1C l' m daivt, oxcopt Sunday, for Manassas,
btrasburg, Luray, nnd Intermediate stations.
ConneotB at lllverton for Luray, arriving 9.)
0.30 p ji, Westeiin Exi'HEss dally for Warron
ton, Gordonsvlllu, Chariottcsvlllo, Louisville,
Cincinnati, and summer reiorts on nud near lino
ot Chesapeake and Ohio route. Pullman Sleep
ers and solid tr.ilu Washington to Louisville;
also for Ljiiohtiurg, Bristol, Cliattanoojd, Mom
phis, Llttlo Roek nnd all Southwestern points.
Thruiiiih Pullman bleepers Washington to Mom-
Ills without change.
11 rn. SouTiimN nxniEsi daily for Lynch
burg, Danville, Ualelgh, Ashovltte, t'harfotte,
Columbia, Alkon Augusta, Atlanta, Slontgom
ery. Now Orleans. Texas and California. Pull
man Vostlbulo hleeoer WahliiKton to New
Orleans via Atlnnra and Mon'gomery. Pull,
man Sleeper ashlngtou to Augusta, Oa , with
Thains ov Wasiiinuton and Onto Division
Iooao Washington u 00 a . m, dally except bun
day, and t'tS t m, dally; arrlvu Round Rill
11:48 n m and 7 "21 P m Returning, leavu Round
Hill 5.50 a m, daily, and l.'J0 p 111, dally oxeopt
bunday, arrhlng Waslilngtou 8 30 a in and 3 55
TnnouoiiTnAm from tho South, via Charlotte,
Danville and Lvm hburg, urrh 0 lit Washington
7 OO n in and 7 ,!" P in; via Eust Tennessee,
Uilstol and Lynchburg nt 11:13 am nml O.lO'p
m; la Chesaiouko und Ohio route nnd
Charlottsvlllo at t in p m and 7.00 a in. feints
TtcKErs.sleupIng car reservation and Informa
tion furnished, and baggage oheokod at otlloo,
1:100 Pennylatla nenuo. und at Passenger
btutlon, l'eiinsylvanu Railroad, bixth and U
Btre0t"JAMi'.S L TAYLOR, Ocn. Pass. Agent.
Chesapoake and" Ohio Routo.
fiolicdtllo In offoct SEPT. 10, 1888.
Trains leave Union Depot, Sixth and U stieots.
10 57 a. m Foil NiwranT News, Old Point
Comfort und Norfolk, dally oxcopt bunday. Ar
ris e In Norfolk 7 p. m.
11 "la m Fin'. stations on the ClioJapoaka
nndo'hlo lu Virginia, o-t Virginia and Ken
tucky, dally oxiept humluy. Stooping cars Clif
ton Forgo to Ixixlngton, Ky.
n 30 p. in.-1'AST Westehn Byurss dully.
Solid tinliii with Pullman ltuffot Sleeping cars
to LouUvlllo; Pullman erloo to Cluiiiiuatl, bt.
Louis, Memphis and ov Orleans,
Oftico, 513 Pcmisylvanla ftjenue
11 . rlJLI.Bll,
Con. Pass. Agtnt,
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS.
Bright's Disoase of tho Kidneys, Dis
eases of tho Kaivous System, tho Urlo
Aoitl Diathesis, Gout, Bhaamatio
Gout, Rhonmatlsm, Eonal Ortlonli
nnd Btono in tho Bladder, Disoaaos of
Women, Dyspepsias, Etc, Eto.
W. S. THOMPSON,
703 Fifteenth St.,
AOENTrOUTIIE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
TTM'lllW l)K.NTKI ATTItACIIOl!
OTKIl A llTudON OISTIIItlUTED.
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
Incorporated by tho legislature In 1808, for
Educational and Charltahlo purposes, and Its
frunchlso made a part ot tho present State Con
stitution. In 1870, by an overwhelming popular
Its Grand Extraordinary Drawlnzi take place
semi annually (Juno and December), and Its
Grand Slnglo Number Drawings tako place on
each of tho other ten months In the year, and
nro all drawn In public, at the AOadeniy ot
Musto, New Orleans, La.
"It's do lurebij cei llfu that w I'lixrrlJ t hi ar
rdnqemtntt for all fm Monthly ana semi-annual
Draulngiuftht iAuuiana blatt Lottery Company,
and In jm ton tnanage ant control tht Uraicliut
themidtc. and that the same are conducted wltti
honeslu, Jitlrneii ami In good faith toward alt par
ties, and we authorize th Company to ties this cer.
tljtcate. tilth fac-tlnMtt of our signature) at
ached. In lis advertisements."
G. T. Beauregard,
J. A. Early,
We, the underslgnod Ranks and Rankers, wl
pay all prizes drawn lu tho Louisiana Stato Lot
teries, which may bo presented at our counters,
R. M. WALMSLEY, Pros. La. Nat. Bank.
P. LANAUX, Pres. State Nat. Dank.
A. BALDWIN, Pres. N. O. Nat. Bank.
CAHLKOHH, Pres. Union Nat. Bank.
Qriind Monthly Urnwlnc, at the Aoademy
or Music, Now Ortoans, TUESDAY, November
CAPITAL PRIZE, $300,000
100,000 Tickets at Twonty Dollars oach;
Halves, 810; Quarters. S3; Tenths,
fi: Twentieths, SI.
LIST OP PRIZES.
1 PRIZE OF $300,000 1 $300,000
1PRIZKOF lOOOOOIs 100.000
1PRIZEOF DO.OOOIs.t ,.,. 0O,0OO
1PRIZE01'1 125.000 Ii U3.000
2PKIZLSOF lo.ooo are 20,000
onuiosui' o.uuu aro.,...,... ui.oikj
23 PRIZES OH"
200 PRIZES OV
BOO PRIZES OP
1,000 aro 20,000
BOO are CO.000
300 aro 60,000
200 are 100,000
100 Prlrcs of 5500 aro $60,000
100 do 300 aro ao.ooo
'100 do 200 are 20,000
OOOPrlzesof $100 are 00,000
000 do lOOara...!., 00,000
3,131PrIzos, amounting to.. ........ $1,054,800
NoTE.-Tlekots Drawing Capital Prizes are
not ontltled to terminal Prizes.
..rSTToiiOiuiiIUTRs, or anylurther Informa
tion desired, wrlto legibly to the undersigned,
clearly stating vour tosldenco, with State,
County, Street and number. More rapid return
mall dollvery will bo assured by your enclosing
an Envelope bearing your full address.
Send Postal Notes, Express Money Orders, of
Now York Exchange In ordinary lottor. Cur
rcnoy by Express (at oar onpeaso, addressod
91, A. DAUPHIN.
New Orleans, La.
Address Registered Letters to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK,
Now Orleans, La.
DCMnMDt7DTui,t tho prosonoo of Generals
fAClUUtlDLU Iloaurenard and Eaily, who aro
lu cnargo or tho drawings, ts a guarantee ot ab
solute fairness and lnlogrlty that tho chances
are all equal, and that so ono can possibly dl
vluo what number will draw a Prize.
"REMEMBER, also, thut tho payment of
Prizes Is GUARANTEED UY FOURNATIONAL
HANKS of New Orleans, and tho Tlokota are
signed by tho Prosldont ot an Institution, whose
ohartered rights ura rooognlzed In tho highest
Courts; therefore, bowaroof all Imitations and
rpllOMAS M'OILL It to.
JL (successors to MoQIIl 4 Wltherow),
PRINTERS AND STKREOTYPERS,
1107 E street n W, Washington, D. 0.
GOOD WORK AT FAIR PRICES.
I presenile snd rally so.
dorse Die ( u the only
specific for the certatnears)
ot this disease.
Amsterdam, H, Y,
We havo sold Rig G foi
many years, and It has
f:iren me ueak ui ur
u. 11. dtoitr & co.,
81.00. Bold by Drugctstii
HEALTH IS WEALTHI
Dn, E. C. Wkst's NsavR and IIiuin Theit
ment, a guaranteed sneoltlo for Ilystorla, Dizzi
ness, Convulsions, Pits, Nervous Neuralgia,
Headache, Nervous prodtratlon caused by the
uso of alcohol or tobacoo, Wakefulness, Meutal
Dopresslon, Softonliu of tho Brain resulting In
Insanity aud loadliu misery, decay aud death,
PremituroOld Age, llarronnesi, Loss of Power
In olttior rex, Involuntary Losses and Spermator
rhea caused by over exertion of the brain, self,
abuso or over-lndulgeneo. Each box contains
one mouth's treatment; $1 a box, or six boxes
for SB, sont by inn.ll prepaid on receipt of price.
WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES
to cure any case. With each order received by
us for six boxes, accompanied with $5, we will
send the puichaser our written guaranteo to
rotund tbo money If the treatment docs uot ef
fect n nuo. (fuarantees Issued ouly by U.
CUIUS n.VNl, Druggist, Sot Aoemt, 4S1
Penna. ate., between lVtj and Oth sts.
ORTllELKJUOR HABIT CAN BE CURED BY
ADMINISTERING DR. HAINES'
Cat ne glvon lu a oup of coffee or toa without
tho knowledge of tho person taking It. Itlsab
solutely harmless, and will etfeet a permanent
and spoody vure.whether the patleut Is a nioder
ntu drinker or au nlcoliollo wreck. It has been
given lu thousands of coses, and In every In
stunco a perfect euro has followed. IT N EVER
VAILS, The system onco Inipioguated, with tlio
bneeltlo, It becomes an tittor Impossibility for
tho Honor appetite to exlxt For sale bv 8 Y.
UK. under tho Ebbltt House: It. 1C I1H1.PII
ENiriNE. Fourteenth street and Vermont ave
Mri to luTs.)
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