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THU WASHINGTON C'KITiT, FRIDAY RVENTNU, SHl'TKMHKk K 1-, ...
OH! MY BAN
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H. mlllmruiiifiiUnni iV'iiiiiirnlijsirMt-sIr i.stlon,
finJkinllik-Mhf.iiiut; rtlKV-nls I'nl lour ml i-mlly
wilha V mi. I' nt Irnly In my nwn lstnil "
J!n. W V fcnowl Ri7 JIMn W . Cotliutni. Kv.,
IV.) "I in cmvMi-ly 1 rnt.in ilnwn In honlth Miii
Ir il I with piJi-i In My Link. llrunu'B Initl
Li. ti-' c -It jr r- t- rnl inn tu L'sill'i."
nlwTnT. ill- MurkftnJr'ifri! ril lines
1 iilin ittKitlit-r. Mniloi'i'lyliy
tM I ' KII Ti.tlt'111 ,.MIt.
For tlio benefit of suffering humanity, I doom
It only my duty to irlvnthls unsolicited tottl
lrony In fnvornf Hwlfl's Speclllo. My wllo
1ms licen nflllclcd with Ec.etn.a from Infancy.
Wotrlcd ovcry known remedy, hut to no av ill,
Miowas nlso tiflllolcd with n iicrloillo.il iter
ous headache, sometimes fiillnwot hynnln
tfimlltcnt fever, so that her llfo heeama n
hmiltiiln ln'i'. Finally I determine 1 to try
Swill's Specific. Sho commenced sovoti woolcs
ngo. After Inking thu flr-t largo hottlo Ihu
disease seemed to lncrcaei the burning. Itch
ing mid Inllninnintlon became unliu iruljlo.
She, however, persevered In the mo of tlio
ineitlclKo. After tnklngtliosoeond hnttlo tlio
liillnmmntlon began to subside After tlm
third bottle tlio hillnminatloiidlsniipe.tro l.an.l
the sotostiots dried up and turned white and
sculr. and finally sho brushed them off In an
Impalpablo white imwder losombllng p'.iru
suit. Kho i now tnKIni; the sixth botllui every
niirenrauee of tho dlcao 1 (,'nue, nud hnr
llii 1 1 Is soft and whttn nn a ehlld'd. Iter hsad
nclies liiin ilNiippciiriil mid sho onjoyit tho
only food health sho has. Known Hi IDyoiri.
No wiinderthodcetni every hottlo of 8. S. 8.
In worth n thousand times Its welzht In cold.
Any tu rther Information coneeriilnsliurea'o
will he cheerfully Klven by herself nt her reji
dtnee. 1l'" Mullctt street, or by mo,
JOHN rMIItAW.KV.-tl (irlswold St.
Detroit, Mich.. May Id, 1885,
Forsalo hyall druesNtii,
Till: SWIFT SPJ'.CIFtO CO.,
N.Y., ir7 W. ISM st. Drawer II, Atlauta.Oa
Editor of "llrnttli milt Home,"
At lilt onico,
No. 723 Twelfth Sbroab.
Ofllco Hours, 10 to 1 and 0 to 8 p. in.
ELY'S QATAR FS&f
mm balm gggFm
If oml. A 1 1 il '
Hciilfl Sores. Jte
of Taste, Hoar
liiRiind S m oil. I;,!1.
A yulrlc licllef.
A Vosltlve Cure. CBY 4.U V U, lr
CIlKABl IIAI.JI has Rained ancnvlablo
roputatlon, dlsplnelnK nil other preparations.
A pal tlcle It applied Into each nostril; no pain;
uirreeahlo to use. l'rleo ntio. by mill or at
dimfplsts. Bond for circular. KLYUUOii.,
UrupKlsts, Owcro, N, Y.
Ituiturl'iu.!). Avlctlmof youthful linyruilpneo
caas n l'romatnro llecny, iTiiian i)ob)lty. lo
Minhoml, ,lc,hotliiit trlnl In vain ovsryknonn
which ho will rpnil I'UKI! In hla fulln''-uirnrcrn.
n i a pltnmnt, tun curt,
ITPIIIRIO nil rP 'oiaiurr.iwitiDit.irori
A NEW niSCOVHlH'f.
Imincdlato relief for Cold In tholfoad, Soro
Ii'i.si'. Catarrh, &o. lOo. a bux. For sale by
Artificial Stone Paving Co.
Gfllce, 1418 New York Avenue
AfUsiic and Fino Work in Ccmont a
Our Skilled Workmen lay tho following
Scriillciincr'8 Patent, Best Granolithic.
Asphallum, Artltlclat Stono.
Kitchens, SUlowalkn, Stablin and Collarn
laid with neatness and promiitnow,
owners of property nro notniod that tlioy
will be hold responilblo for tut i Insomoiits of
this patent. Tho United btates Courts for tho
District of Columbia havo rccontly enjoined
II. I.. Cranford and tho Commissioners of tho
District of Columbia from laylnii this pave
ment. All artltlclal stono pavements other
ban that laid under the patent are worthless,
JOS. O. MoKIBBIN,
Telephone. Call '107 -Q. l'rosldont.
00D AHO COAL.
WtttJlVES AND KML110AD YARD
lUtli and Water Hta. H. W.
DllAKOIt V AltDS AND Ul'FIUUS.
(Oounectcd by TclopUono.)
lWi V mieet northwest.
lfiin Bevonlh street northweet.
171D I'eiineylranln avo, northwest.
1113 Ninth stroet northwest.
Corner ill uud K strenia northwest.
'J'Jl 1'cnnsylvunla avo, southwes
Ilns In slock a full lino of Curpotlnga, all
crndes olIelotlH, Cocoa ami Straw Jluftlnm.
Also latest stylos In Well l'apor, Window
hlinilcs and Curtain Uoods, wire Wiudow
urn! Door rJeroeus,
d20 NINTH HTHUEr NOUTUWIiBT.
TOPICS OF TUB DAY.
'Hid Ai'n.iiisliiilion Not Sj Slow as .Wo
EC MR INTERESTING FIGURE.
"Culmppy Lot of tho Avertvtfo D
CClsLVh GHHBftiSLlj BVVIN&.
?'nlc. Ilo MrnveN Alleged Inturrlow
Willi Mki'. (.'iiiiel.
A ULIMPSSS Ol1 UOMtNY HtLli.
K. ). I'wlnjr, tho now consul-general
In Me.slco, N nt .lelTerson Oily, Io.,
rnpidly recovering from hh recent 111
iicph, iiikI oxpcctB to bo nble to leave for
Jler.lcii by thu 1st of October, lie l"ft
Mbfotirl the hitter part of Juno, and
one inoiith Inter wai stricken ilinvn
with Minslroke lit 1CI 1'uio, Toxin. Ifo
lTiniiltieil there n short time, hoping
thnt ho would bo nblo to proceed, but,
ns llio weather win extremely hot, he
wns oblljfcd to retreat to I,as Vogm.
Kvrn llieie ho fulled to recruit ns
rnpidly ns be should, mid heucj his re
Colonel W. II. Smith, Ruperlnteud
f nl of tho llotntilcal Gardens in this
city, nrrived In Hot S'iriiij;, Ark., on
Sunday liml, hiivlni; for the two jirc
vlous weeks been thu guest of Attor-liiy-acLeralOiirhind
ut "Hominy 1H1I."
l!y iierslslcnt elfort n corre3pondoiit of
the SI. I.onlsifrjniJdViiiulrow fromhlnt
nfnlnt Insight into llfo at Ihnt queer
but fninous country ret rent of .Mr. Gar
land', No reporter has dared to in
vade Um privacy slueo Its lord took up
his summer sojourn there, ami this is
tho llr.-it report obtained from It.
"Hominy Hill" Is a scipiestered upot,
nestliii;; in llio dense forests near the
bnnl.s of the Arkansas. To attempt
to uaeli it without a guide would bo n
hiirardoiis underlfiking. llesldes -Air.
Smith Mr. Onrlniid had throe other
cucsIh. Tho houe is nit old-fushloned
lop bill, a veritable bachelor's den,
mid has but tho one room. All tlvo
men occupy this chamber, four occu
pying tho two beds and thu host sleep
ing on n "pallet" madu upon thu tloor.
There Is not even a liand-nilrrnr there
nor n shoo brush. "Aunt Annie," tlio
old colored cook nml housekeeper,
presides over the viands, which nro all
that could bo do3lral. Tile general
puts in all his tlino Iiuiilln,' and llsli
ing, with great success. lioklllol :i
lllio buck the Friday before Colonel
"I think there will bo some troubb
In getting enough subscriptions from
Grand Army men to erect u' monutneut
to the memory of General Grant, in
proposed by Commatuler-lii-Clilof
Hurdett," said Major Dennlson to n
reporter of the Pittsburg Penny I'rcii.
"Xot that ovcry member of the organ
ization wotildu t bo willing to givo llf
teen cents, or even more, for the pur
pose, but simply because there is such
a division of opinion astowhero the
monument should bo iilaced. Grand
Army men were almost unanimously In
favor of burying tho dead hero In
Washington, and yet he was buried In
New York. They nru equally strong
In Ihu belief that thu Capital City is
the proper place for his nionutnent.
They do not know where tho monu
ment will bo placed, but think that If
it bo In Now ork, then Xew Yorkers
rhould pay for It. As for myself, 1
think il Is thu duty of Congress to np
priutc a sulllclent sum to erect an ele
gant monument In one of the public
squares ot Washington."
Hev. J. L. Milllgnn of Pittsburg, who
was lately appointed National Commis
sioner of Prisons by President Cleve
land, will likely represent tills country
In the International Penitentiary Coin
mission, which meets in Home, Italy,
in October. This week ho received a
letter from M. Ueltrauinl Scalla, presi
dent of tho Intermilloiial Commission,
Inviting and urging htm to go to Home
beforuthe commission meets that he
may accompany a number of commis
sioners' from other nations on a trip to
the penal colony of the Italian Govern
ment, King Humbert will open tho
proceedings of tlio conference. Though
the meetings of the International Com
mission are held only ovcry seven
years, their work never ceases. Al
most every week Chaplain Mlliigan re
ceives a list of questions on prison nf
fairs from Mr. Scalla, llio president of
tho commission. The answering of
them requires considerable thought
and reseaich. A comparison of
methods from iho various countries K
Instituted in this wny and llio best ar
rived at. Mr. Milllgnn asked to bo ex
cused from the commission tills year,
but tho Government would not accede
to his request.
After all this Is not such a slow Ad
ministration as. sonio peoplu would niako
It out. An examination of its work In
Its tlrst six months, Just ended, shows
thnt It has removed Itepiiblicanolllclnls
nml appointed Democrats nt llio rato of
about one every five minutes during
working hours according to a calul.i
tlou made by Austin of tho Cincinnati
Timet-Stur. The hours of n Govern
ment employe arc supposed to bo from
II n. m. until -1 p. in., or seven hours a
day. The removal of one olllclal each
live minutes would bu at tho rato of
twelve per hour, or eighty-four per day.
There nro about twenty-llvo working
days in a Govenmcnt employe's month,
coutilliig out holidays, Sundays and
iho days on which tho Departments
llml nomo excuse for closing. Multi
ply eighly-four, tho number per day
by twenty-live, ihu number of days in
a month, and you hnvu 2,100 per
month, then multiply that by tho lunu
la r of months since President
Cleveland's now Cabinet got to
work, and you have 12,000. That
llfsuio, curiously enough, just about
represents the number of appoint
ments made since the now administra
tion came Into power. In the Post
olllee Department thero havo been
about 7,000 fourth-class postmasters,
(!t!() Presidential postmesters, and In
tho other departments of Iho Govern
ment service the number runs up to
about 5,000, count lug the changes
made in the local olllees by tho now of
ficials, of which llttlo Is said In a gen
eral way, From nil that can bu
gntheied hero It seems that this llguro,
I2.U0O, just nbout fairly represents tho
number of changes mado slnco March
t. This Is a good many when you con
sider that It means nbout four limes
U'.OOO heart aehos (for tho men ro
il oved have In most cases famlllos),
lit It does not seem such n largo
n umber, when you remember
II nt it Is but about ono-tcuth of
11 o whole number. Thero are
nbout 128,000 nlllccH In nil, or
ten tlmi'd ns ninny in liavo nlrcmty been
flllctl, tlimii, nf course, tho cream of
Uirm hnvu been roinovi'il by thu first
fix nioullm' work. Kxl ml tlio nrlth
ini'ltcnl enleiiliiliou n llttli; further, anil
by mi easy process! you will see tlmt nt
tlio present rati', of one chiingo In ovcry
live inlnuleK, tlio number of changes In
the first year will be !W,00(, anil In thu
inllro four years of Cleveland's ntliiilu
Islrnlloli but lOO.OOil, leaving '.M.OOO Ho
publlcnns still In olllcu. This h n big
The following gossip concerning the
Itiicslnn Minister and his family is
found in one of Craw font's recent let
ters to tlm World: "Thoy have en
tertained more liberally thali any other
of thu members of the Diplomatic
Corps. They have, during tho season,
kept open house at least one night
every week for thu best peoplu in
Yi'iishiiigloii. llesldes this tliey Iinve
ylven numerous dinners and special en
lerlalnmeuts. Mine. Do Stitivc Is very
popular with Iho society people hero.
She is not at nil handsome, neither is
she piutleiilarly noted for theelegancu
rr style of her toilets, She Is a very
highly educated woman, thoroughly
accomplished, and one of the most en
tertaining conversationalists of her
time. Some of her sayings havo passed
Into proverbs among tlio society people
who do not originate anything When
Mgr. Capel wns hero he endeavored to
make a convert of thu brilliant Russian.
Shu wns very much annoyed by his per
sistence in talking to her upon the sub
ject of religion, ilo met her one oven
Ingal some reception and began talking
to her upon tins subject. no sam to
him: "It is no usufor you to talk to mo
about this matter. You arc merely
giving yourself unnecessary trouble.
You had better drop It." Thu
patient Kngllshmnn In his anxious ang
ling for nn aristocratic soul still per
sisted, lie said: "Won't you at least
make an engagement for mu and per
mit inn to call mid have a talk with
you 1" Mine. Do Slrtivo looked at
him nml then she said: "Yes, 1 will
mnko an engagement with you."
"Where I can have a prlvntu talk with
you?" said ho. "Yes," was her ru
ply. "Whcru shall wo meet J" said
lids society prelate, with a deep ,bov.
"In h , said Mine. Do Strove,
with another bow equally ceremonious.
Thu llusslan Minister has asked to bo
changed. He finds that Washington
Is too expensive a place. Ho cannot
remain hero ami entertain as ho has
without going beyond his salary. Ho
has a large family and has but a mod
crate fortune. With few exceptions
the leading diplomatic posts of all na
tions lcqulio private fortunes to back
them. Knglnnd is tiio only power
which backs up her representatives In
such n way that they do not need to
depend upon private support. The
llrlllsli Legation here Is one of the
handsomest buildings In Washington.
Thu Minister, oT course, lives in It
rent free. Ills salary Is $r0,000 a year.
a Is allowed something like that
every year for entertaining.
Filter one of the Government olllees,
says "Carp" of the Cleveland Leader,
and you will see pale-faeed clerks, men
and women, bending uvw desks writ
ing and figuring away their lives In
order lo obtain that which sustains
their lives. AAVashington clerk seldom
gels moru than this, and under tlio
civll-scrvico reform scheme tho Gov
ernment clerk Is becoming nioro and
moru a machine and less and less an
active, thinking, growing man. As I
stand hero on this marblo pavement
and think of tlio lives which will bo
eaten up, of the enterprise shriveled
into dolessncss, nml of tho manliness
wasted In this building In time to come,
it makes mo shudder. Young men will
como in hero full of hopo and courage,
full of brains and energy. When they
enler their thousand dollars or nioro a
year will feecin good pay to them, and
they will work with a will, hoping to
rise through the various branches until
their earnings will equal thosu of a
Cabinet Minister. It will not bo long,
however, before thoy llml thoy nro
lighting the windmills, ami in the sumo
old grind of copying other men's writ
ings, of posting dead books, where they
havo not tho opportunity for tho exor
cise of an original thought, their brnins
will wasto away for lack of uso, and the
lazy hours from 9 o'clock till ! will
eat up their energy, until some day In
thu futuru they will wnko to tho fact
that thoy have been swallowed
up by the great monster cannibal,
called the Government, which not
only cats up men's bodies but their
souls as well. At this timo sonio of
them may nttempt lo cut themselves
.loose, but their efforts will bo as futllo
as thosu of tho I.aocoon. The snakes
of habit and dolcssncss have wound
themselves nbout their palsied frames
and they will wait until at ln-.t death
will como to tako away what It thinks
to bo of so littlu valuo as to bo hardly
worth tho taking. This will bo tho
ease supposing civil scrvlco reform
prevails. If It falls tlio Government
clerk's position will bo allthoworse.
Ho is bound to bo dependent on his
superiors nt best, mid tlio lack of civil
service rule makes him all tho inoro
of a sycophant or a toady. Thero i.s
no worse employer than the Govern
ment, and I would rather work for a
Scrooge than for Uncle Sam.
Il is thought that Artcmus Martin of
File, Pa., it well-known mathematician
and friend of Congressman W. L.
Scott, will probably be placed at tho
head of the computing division of tho
Const Survey. There Is an interesting
bit of history connected with Mr. Mar
tin's mathematical career, which Is
related In tho llosion TmeeUer. Soy
em! years ago llio lloyal Society of
Mathematicians of London oliored a
piiyofor tlio solution of a peculiarly
dlllleult and complex problem. The
announcement was mado In ovcry
civilized country. Mr. Martin sent In
n solution which proved to be tho only
correct one amid the hundreds sub
mitted. A messenger was sent to lids
country bearing tlio prize. In due
time no a' I'lvcu at i.riu, ami was almost
paralyzed io find Iho recipient of the
pi lo an humble market gardener who
supported himself by that occupation.
Sincu that time Mr. Martin has started
a mathematical journal. Ilo sots part
of the typo himself, and is tho author
of some of tlio most intricate ami In
Ki.i's CunAM IIai.si was recommended
to mo by my drugirlst ns a preventlvo to
Hay Fever. Have been using It as directed
slueo the Oth of August and have found It
n specific for that much dreaded and loath
eoiiio disease. I'or ten years or more I h.ivo
been a great sufferer each year, from Au
gust Utii till frost, and have, tiled many al
leged remedies for Its cure, but Kly's Cream
llalin Is tho only preventlvo I have over
found. Hay l'cvcr sufferers ought to know
of Its efficacy. V. II. Ainswoiith,
Of F. II. Ainswoiith it Co, Publishers,
"Aldornoy Dairy Wagons."
Frosh Aldcrnoy butter, churnod ovory morn.
Infiand delivered In 16 tb. "Ward" prints, iJ3o.
per lb. Also cottago oliooso, buttermilk and
bWcotmUk, Co. per qt. Cream, uio. per pint.
rmiovuii Tim suiticirvs.
VIuil it "Cilllc" llnprler I'ldiild nt
tin- Mulls ' III - Miiriilnir.
'llio peach crop, which though not ns
Inruc ns lust season, hns been what tiny bo
rnlliil a mod successful one, Is now draw
ing Iho season to a close. Owing to the
excellent weather but little dnmaire wns
imiKil the fruit In transit, and tho result
has 1 ecu Hint Iho demand from distant
points has been sufficient to keep the homo
supply down, so that IiIkIi prices were ob
tain) d most of tho season,
'llio lute Craw fords havo all been m.ir
l.tldl, and the Smock, which will comu In
fern week or ten ilajs yet, Mill wind up
Hip sctitou. The Varieties which were dls
ii)id on the fruiterers' stalls thl morning
were firm, pretty and tempting. Tlio prleo
tins ralrnui nl to f,() cents to $t a peck, bait
lctt pents from New Votk, mellow an I
golden, are 10 cents a peck. Ducliesl arc
no cents, fickle pears, at tiOconts.urovcry
line, llussttts and llowcl, mellow and
Juicy, ale cneli $1 a peck. (Janteloiipes ato
Kimunnd the price had advanced to lOaml
'-!5 cents ci.cli.
Watt i melons are very scarce and not
liuieli In demand nt 15 mid !!0 cents each.
Cum old gropes have also advanced lo 10
tails a pound, while tho Delaware grapes
remain the snmu nt 15 cents n pound,
tiiillcis I'lorldn oranges are 50 mid III)
cuds u dozen. Lemons nrngctthig cheaper
nl l!0 cents a dozen. California plums re
tain tho rich, templing and Juicy appear
ance nt 20 cents a quail, while tho bright
ml wild gooso plmnsiiio lUiuid 15 cents
l'lsli was In good demand this morning ns
It usually Is on I'rlday. In thco cool morn
liis a delicately broiled or fried llsli
prettily garnished with fresh green parsley
and cool looking slices of lemon Is often
more tempting for breakfast or luncheon
than any tliliie In tlio way of meat. Pretty
spotted fimnlsh mackerel Is no longer mi
Impossible luxury, but has como down to
tciity-livecciitha poutid, mid a more do
llclous llsli than u broiled sjpnnMt mackerel
it would bo dlfllciill to llml, Pretty andtlrm
salmon from tho Kennebec is twenty-llvo
cents a pound, Ilalllbul continues in ex
cellent condition at twenty cents a pound,
while blue fish Is anylhlngbiit plentiful at
fifteen cents a pound,
Trout are 16 cents, ami shecp'hend of
large size vary fioni Hi to "Ocents u pound,
llolllng rock is 15 cents a pound. I blund
ers and codfish are each 10 cents a pound,
while perch are plentiful, mid the demand
for that excellent fish continues at from 25
to It) cents a bunch. Potomac goodies or
spats are Vi cents a pound or -10 cents a
bunch. Taylors of 5001I broiling size nt
12 cents a pound, lllack sea-bass aro 12
cents a pound. I'oniplnos nt $1.00 u dozen
nro delicious, tcrved with a sauce Hol
Inntlnlso. Sturgeon Is nioro plentiful, nt
10 cents n pound. Hard crabs aro 25 cents
and soft crabs at 75 cents mid $1 a dozen.
Clams me 10 cents a dozen.
Thero has been an advance In the whole
sale prices of meats during tho past week,
possibly owing lo nn Insufficient supply,
but the rise has not affected the retail
pilces. Tender and toothsome, porterhouse
steak continues at 25 cents, while tlio sir
loin Is tho next In demand at 20 cents a
pound. Hound steak Is 15 cents a pound.
Spring Innib seems to improve with tho cool
weather and Is now In excellent condition.
The hind quarter nt 20 cents a pound Is
more delicious than the forcrpiartcr at 15
cents, and Is more in demand. Veal varies
nil the way from 121 to 20 cents a pound.
Cutlets me 2(1 and 25 cents and the chops
aio from 15 to 20 cents a pound. Soupo
meats are S and in cents a pound. Lamb
fries nro senicu nt .11) cents a pair, ns Is
swectbicads nt !J0 nml 40 cents.
roui.Tiiv ash oami:.
This week finds reed birds and ortolan
tho delicacies of tho poultry stalls, Tho lino
weather has thoroughly ripened the o.its
nml marsh food, and tho condition of these
small birds Is nbout ns excellent as could
possibly be. Tho demand for them has been
great, tint the supply, owing to tho largo
number ot gunners who make a living dur
ing the full mid winter In dealing In gamo,
hns been more than equal to the demand.
Heed birds, fat and toothsome, nro 00 cents
a dozen. Ortolan, ton, nro delicious at 00
cents a dozen. lllack birds aro not so much
desired, even at 10 cents 11 dozen. Jack
snipes nro bcarcu nt 2.50 n dozen. Wood
cock aro In prime condition nt $1,25 a pair.
Plovers aro becoming more plentiful at
11.50 n dozen, llluewlng ducks aro $1 a
pair. Spring chickens remain firm at 50
cents mid $1 a pair. Old fowls aro 75 cents
ami si..-.) a pair. &piing utriioys, very
plump, weighing about four pounds each,
mo Hi and IS cents a pound. Ducklings aro
22 cents a pound. Squabs, as ever, nro 50
cents 11 pair.
There was a materially increased demand
for nearly everj thing In tho vegetable lino
yesterday. Tho vegetables from tho lato
cieips are decidedly liner than thoso of tho
early season, and the great supply of varie
ties in tho mnrkct was equal to tho demand.
Sweet potatoes, nt 20 to -10 cents 11 peck, cro
from the best crops In nutuy years. Whlto
potatoes aro tho same, at 25 cents a pock.
Tomatoes arc plentiful, nt 'JO mid 25 cents
a peck. Spinach Is very firm, at 25 cents a
peck. Corn Is not so good this week, at IS
and 25 cents a dozen. Lettuce is In abund
ance, nt 5 and 8 cents a head. Lima beans
aio 15 cents a quart. Heats and carrots aro
ench 4 cents a bunch. Cabbage Is In excel
lent condition, at 0 and 10 cents a head.
Caullllower, not very nice, tire quoted at
15 mid 25 cents a head. (Ireeu peppers nru
b cents a dozen. Full peas havo como In
mid nro quoted at 25 and SO cents a peek,
Onions aro 40 and 50 cents n peck. Kgg
plants are cheap at !! and 10 cents each.
Large, solid mid cilsp cucumbers nro 15
cents 11 dozen. Celery, excellently grown,
tho first of tlio season, Is 10 cents a bunch.
Shelled strlng-benusiirolO cents a peek.
Squashes are 12 cents a dozen. Cooking
apples nro KO cents a peek.
A very pleasant surprise party was given
to Miss Hello Houghton ot .N street last
night, tho occasion being her birthday.
(imne6 mid other pleasant amusements were
indulged In and a haudsomo supper was
thoroughly enjoyed. Among those present
besides the hostess, Miss Hello, wero the
Misses Ada Hhiekford, Lyd.i French, Cora
l'icneli, Mamie Culvcit, Ksthcr Ludgate,
l'lora McKnlirlit. Addlo Wauslchcn, and
Messrs. Adams dolmsou, fiaructt llrowu,
.Tames Yates, Willie Earle, Albert Hough
ton, Thcodoro Duvall, Will Dyer, Tal
bolt Pulitzer, Irving Calvert and many
Tho steam packet Uxeolslor carried a largo
paily to (ircat Falls on her regular tilp
Fifteen boats loaded with coal have ar
rived since last report.
'II. no have been no aricsts mado hi this
pieclnct during the last twenty-four
A new pump Is being placed on Tlilrty
sceond street, near Diinbartou avenue, as
the old 0110 was about played out.
Temperature and condition of water nt
7 a. in. Great Falls, temperature, 70; con
dition, IKii receiving reservoir, temperature,
72; condition at north connect Ion, 2S; condi
tion nt south connection, 22, distributing
reservoir, temperature, ?2; condition at In
tlueut gnte-lioiise, 20; condition at diluent
F.hemnn llios., cor. "tint 11, aro tho most
popular clothiers mid tailors of Washington,
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the use of Dr. llyos Celebrated Voltalo Holt
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185 llaco St., Cincinnati, O.
A srituxtt fh.tr.
Itiirtcnst" I'l'i'seiitiil fill- llio
Tlntf, l.imt Cicnlug.
Mr. Chlpman's "Hortense," which wn
produced lust night nl Allmiigh's for the
fiist time, Is a strong piny mid Is IhwihI to
meet sllli success. It Is by no menus per
fect, mid needs to be Well shaken leigt'thcr,
but II hns all Ihu eh incuts of success, and
nfter It Is smoothed off here mid then1 will
pioMi n gicnt addition to .Miss dray's
Jhrtanc Is a wealthy lady whiwo patents
died when sho was joting. Sho had ot
pcilcnccd tiniiblo when oung, and had
seen 1111 ndieiiltiress come between her
tiiclher nml father, which ultimately had
enttstd loth Ihelr deaths. Sho marries her
cousin's friend, n poor artist, Vliiieme IIVi
lh(l, mid makes over lo him all her prop
city. Ilerlntlmntu filelid, Viijiiiiit AVi;,
Is nucmaii of tlio world, living on her
Mils, nod a year before had made qulloau
liiqucf skill 011 the Joungatllst. This worn in
coi.ccltcs the Idea of so Infatuating tier
fllii.d's husband, ns to titako him elopo
with her with nil llio 1 endy money ho cult
cMiunatid. To this end sho drugs his wine,
r.i.dwheu he Is half crazy with tlio drug
mid wlno he consents. They nro discolored
by llio wife, and the tableau, "Tho First
Dnitl.t," closes the second act.
In the thlid net t 'Inmice throws off tlio
il ell, Rial refusing to go with Viryi.iin,
escnpeB flout her presence Jlnrtemr eon
limits tier false friend, nml a stormy scene
cii'tns. As Ittntemc leaves the room, 1'iV
(iniViV husband cnlets. lie has made his
tippenrmiee In the first net, when llurlni'r
wns hinu 10111111, mid nns discovered 1 11
plnin' plot, lie has been reduced to n per
fect wreck by her, and n chatgo ot forgery
rhc holds over his head has heretofore kept
him nl a distance, Ilo Is now desperate,
nml nfter n few bitter words, ho kills his
wife and escapes. Ifiirlfiur comes III, nml
seeing I'lVfinm, ns sho thinks feigning a
fnlnt, drags her dead body up lo her and
menses her ngalti. As she discovers that
she Is dead and drops the body, her bus
land (liters, lie but partially realizes Iho
situation, and neeuses his wlfo of the mur
der. As ho bends over tho body, servants
mid otheis enter nt lh.it moment. "Who
hns done this deed?" Tho Idea of vengeance
suddenly takes full possession of llarlaisc,
mid shonnswers, "My husband." Tableau
and end of third net.
In the fourth, (and thetluce nets aro sup
posed to follow Immediately upon each
cither) the cousin of llorlente discovers that
Clarence has been drugged. Jtortcnuc sees
It was not lovo for Viniiiiin, but tho drug
that hns caused her husband to act so
strangely. She Is overcome with remorse
that sho hns falsely accused him, mid ns
tho ofllcers arrest him she exclaims, "Ilo is
Innocent, I killed Yinjlnin Hity." At this
point the husband mid real murderer enters
mid gives himself up, nml the curtain falls
on the reconciliation of llurlcmc and Clar
ence. Tho shadows are lightened by strong
comedy, introduced In tho shnpo ol n
French mnid mid .lihn)i;n a colored
servant. There is 110 superfluous dialogue,
but plenty of nctlon, and ns may bo seen by
tho above brief outline, thero aro plenty of
strong dramatic, situations. It would
baldly bo fair to criticise the cast on the
first night, but tho piece run remarkably
'Die lleelli' nml the I'lcn.
If none hundred mid fifty pound man
had strength In proportion to that ot tho
beetle, hocouhl lift nearly 200,000 pounds.
If ho wcio agllo in propoitlou to tho agility
of tho Ilea, ho could leap over a three store
house. Some poor fellows aro so feeblo
thnt they can neither lift nor leap. Their
blood Is poor, their digestion bad, and their
energy gone, (live such men llrowii's
Iron Hitters, which will enrich their blood
and tone them up gloriously.
refrigerators, carpets and furniture sold on
weekly or monthly payments at Smith's,
413 New Jersey nveuuo northwest.
Lost. Tlmo spent by buyers who go else
where tlmn to Hroltbartli's Wnrerooins,
Many a boy has so com
pletely riddled his summer
suit that new clothes aro a
necessity if he is to be pre
sentable at school next week.
It seems too early to put on
winter clothes, and yet can
you afford to buy your boy a
light-weight suit to wear the
few remaining weeks of mild
weather ? Yes, you can af
ford it in this way: We have
selected from our Spring
Stock all the small lot3 of
medium-weight suits, and
have put them together on
Bargain counters marked at
a fraction of their cost.
Among them is almost sure
to bo something to fit your
boy, and it will be economy
to buy the suit for nest spring
if he does not wear it once
Our New Fall StocK
is also ready for whoever
prefers the heavier clothing.
All other articles worn by
the male sex aro likewise
B, ROBISOI & GO,,
909 Penna. Ave.
THE VISITORS' GUIDE,
I'olulH f Illicit"! to Hint Almnt f !i
Vi'licicTltoy Ait, U'lirn lo Meo'l'tHMii
mill flow to (4tt There
'f'lir I'.M'fitllvo MmiihImii,
'I he resident il of tho President, known m
the While llouin', is on lVimsylvanl.i
nvetiuc, west nf Iho Treasury building.
It lsiea:hed by tho Avenue street curs.
'Ihellrst loom of Iho Miiii'lou Is open
10 visitors every tiny except Sundays,
'Iho gi omuls arc tastefully laid out with
walks, tlees, shrubbery ami fountain.
I'ponlhelot Immcillnlcty south a cou
rt 1 1, open lo the public I given every
Salurihiy evening during the summer
mid cm Iv full, from 5:S0 to 7 o'clock,
hy tho United .states Mailuo Hand.
Tin Hiipi'i'ini Court.
The Supreme Court of tho United Slates
occupies a room on the eastern side of
the connecting building between thu
rotunda mid tun tit wing of tho Capitol.
Ills wry unostentatious In Its fund
turo and of limited setting capacity.
It was formerly used us the Senate
Kcpliltltll'iil ol' .J tl si loo.
Tlio Department of Justice Is open every
day, except Sunday, from t) a.m. toll
p. m,, and occupies theuiiiier Hours of
11 largo Seueeiisloiie building on Petiii
sjlvanla avenue, between Fifteenth and
Mftccii-iilul-a-hiilf streets northwest.
The principal object of Interest Is the
gallery nf paintings of tho Atlorneys
(lencralof tlio United Stales, which Is
In the Attoriiey-tlencral's olllco.
Tito Auueillti'l Ili'lttirr.
The Aqueduct Ilrldgo crosses tho Potomac
from the foot of Hildgo street, West
Washington, and connecting with thu
natls to Arlington mid Foil Meyer, on
the Virginia bank.
Fort Meyer Is situated In Virginia, n short
distance noithwest ot tho Arlington
House. It Is now a station fur Instruc
tion of officers mid men In the Signal
Scrvlco of Iho nrmy.
The Arlington House and National Ceme
tery (open to vMtors every tiny) aio
situated on Iho summit ot 11 hill on the
Virginia shore of the Potomac, afford
ing an excellent view of Washington,
It Is about four miles from the Capitol
neross the Aqueduct bridge, The ceme
tery comprises about 20(1 ncres and the
bodies of neatly 10,000 soldiers from
the battle fields of Virginia and thu
hospitals at the Capital hero rcpucc.
Tito Aci'lciilttiitil Di'piirlmcnt.
The Agricultural Department Is between tho
A asbliiglon .Monument mid Smith
sonlnii Institution, near Twelfth stieet,
011 thu lino ot the licit Lino cars. It
Is open ilnily, except Sunday, from 0 11,
111., to .1 p. 111. It contains n museum,
seed ami specimen rooms, etc., and Is
surrounded by grounds containing rare
Tin- Itotntileal l.aiilcitsi.
Tho liotnnlcnl Gardens aro open dully from
I) a, m. to 0 p. m. They are situated
at the foot of Capitol Hill, facing l'eim
sjlvmila avenue. The object ot the gar
den Is experimental ttillorletilturc, pub
lic Information and tho distribution tif
rare plants. The disposition of tho col
lection Is according to a geographical
distribution. Tlieetilctly tropical plants
occupy tho central conservatory, and
those nt a semi-tropical iialuro aro
placed In the west range and whig, and
nil Indigenous to countries lying to
ward the South Pole aro In thu east
range and wing. Dm lug the summer
the haidlest plants In boxes nro ranged
cm either side ut the milu walk, mid
contribute materially to thu beauty of
thu garden, In thu centre of tho lawn
facing tho conservatory Is tho H.ir
thohli fountain, which was exhibited nt
the Centennial F.xpositlon'lii 1S70, The
fountain, In full play, presents a beauti
ful effect, especially when rcllectlng
the rajs of thu suit.
Mount Vernon Is situated on tho Potomac
15 miles below Washington. It can bo
reached tlnllv except Sunday by tho
steamer W. W. Corcoran, which leaves
Seventh sticct wharf nt 10 o'clock a. m.
shnip, returning nt 11:30 p, m, Thu
mansion Is situated on 1111 eminence
overlooking tho river nnd Is open to
visitors. Near tho foot of the Incline
which lends to the house aru tho tombs
of (icorgo Washington nml Ids wife,
Martha, lleforo 1 caching them thu
nilns of tho old vault, which originally
contained the remains of Washington,
in e pointed out by tho guide. Meals
can bo obtained on tho grounds.
Ktiunrcsi, Circle, mitt SlnttiCM.
Ill addition to the grounds attached to tho
public buildings there nre n number of
beautiful squares and circles hi thu city.
faces tho Whlto Douse, on Pennsylvania
avenue, between riftcen-aiul-n-half and
Slxteen-and-a-half streets northwest. In
tho centre of this square Is Clark Mills'
equestrian stiituu of Genera! Andiew
Jackson. It Is colossal and cost $50,000.
Is on Vermont nveuuo, between I nnd K
streets northwest. The park I.s laid out
n concrete walks, with shady trees and
shrubbery. In tho ceiitro Is the bronzo
jtatuo of Major-General James II, JIc-s-licrknn,
which cost $2.1,500, and was
crcctedby the Aiuiy of tho Tennessee.
Is on K street, at the Intersection ot Seven
tecnth street. The walks aro beauti
fully laid out and shaded. u tho cen
tre Is tho colossal bronzo statuo of
David G. Farrngut, first Admiral of
tho United States Navy, executed by
.Mrs. Vlimlo Itcam lloxle, Washington,
I). C, 1SS0, hy order of Congress, at a
cost of $20,000.
which lies at tho head of Four-and-half
street, between Fourth and Fifth streets
northwest,ls one of the largest In tho
city. Tho south portion Is occupied by
the Cilv Hull. Tho new Pension build
ing, wlicto tho Democratic Inaugura
tion hall was held, Is now in course of
erection on tho north sldu of this
on Nc"' Ymk nveuuo southwest of tho
Stato Dcpaitmcnt, Is tastefully laid out
with walks, shady trees, shrubbery and
lustlc fountains, lit tho centru is tho
bronzo statue of General John A. Itaw
Ilugs. It was erected lu 1871 and cost
at tho Intersection of Massachusetts and
lthodo Island avenues, contains tho
liionzostatueuf General Wlullcld Scott.
Tho General Is lepresentcd in tho full
uulfoim of his rank, mounted on n
war ehaiger, at rest, and surveying
tho field of battle. Tho stones forming
tho pedestal aro tlio largest over quar
iled In this country. The total cost
on Fast Capitol street, otto mile east ot tho
Capitol, Is prettily laid out. In tho ecu
tie stumls. the bronze group entitled
"Emancipation," representing Abra
ham Lincoln, the sixteenth President
of thu United States, standing by a
monolith mid holding lu his right hand
tho proclamation of freedom. A slave
kneeling nt his feet wllh manacles
broken, Is about to llse. The statuo
was erected by tho Western Sanitary
Commission of St. Louis, Mo., out ot
the funds contributed solely by emanci
pated citizens of tho United Statos,
declared free by the proclamation of
Junuary 1, lb03.
Is situated nt the Intersection of Connecti
cut, Massachusetts nnd Now Hump
shlio avenues and Nineteenth and P
streets noithwest. In it Is the statue of
Hear-Ailnilral S. F. Dupont In heroic
bronze. Its cost was $17,200, erected
by tho Government.
8 between Thirteenth and Fourteenth audi
and K streets northwest, This square
ny Uio (lovernrnent In
1 secure control of a flint
, Ihu V titer flout which Isstllliisisl
for (Imiklux purposes nt llio Esf'tt
tfvo .Mansion. Thii sunn re Is Dltiiiltd
Willi pleasing variety of ornamental
lues and sltnihs.
at tho liilcrseetlott of Mnssii"hiS"tts nil 1
Maryland ".venues unrllitmst, contains
the colossal hrtinri) equestrian stullin of
Mnlortlenenil Nathaniel (Ireuno, which
at Twenty-third street mid Pennsylvania
avitiuo northwest, eiiiitnlns the oqilcs
Irlitii statue nf (lenernl (lenrgfl Wash
ington tiy Clnrk Mills, ereelinlal a cost
of rn,uoo. 'Ihestiilue was cast out of
guns donntcd by (Joiiuicsn,
Is the small space to the south of the Mis.
liiotlnl Lutheran Cbiircb, near II111 cor
ner of l'ntiiUi'Uth sheet anil Massnehii
si Its avenue northwest. There Is I ho
sttituu ot .Martin Luther, creeled by
the Luther Stnttie Association, In com
immolation of the 100th miulversay of
bis 1. Iith. It cost 5,000,
Is nt the Intersection of Massachusetts and
Vermont aveuuew nml Fourteenth
street, it contains the equestrian bronzo
slntlle nf (lenernl George II, Thomas,
ereeted by the Alinv of the Cumber'
Inlid nt a cost of $50,i)00.
l'lionasou IIKMIV'B STATL'i:,
Situated nbout 200 feet north of the wes
wing of the Smithsonian Institution,
faring south, Is the bronze statue of
Professor Joseph Henry, first secretary
of the Smithsonian Institution. The
stnttie, which was unveiled in IKMI, was
creeled hy the Government at a cost of
Till! MAIISHAI.I, STATIIIl.
Near the foot of the (,'aplttd building Is the
bronze stnttie of John .Marshall, font III
Chief Justice of tho United States,
It cost $10,1100, and repiesetits the sub
ject ns sealed In hlsgowiiand expound
ing 1 lie inw,
Tin: pKAcn mont.mbnt.
Ncnr the western entrance of Iho Capitol
grounds Is llio Monument of Pease.
It was designed hy Admiral Porter
and ereeted from subset Iptlon started
by him In ISO,". It commemorates tho
olllcers, seamen and marines who fell
during the late war. It Is In marblo
and It cot $21,000. The pedestal nml
platform, costing $1i(),0O0, were paid for
out of an appropriation by Congress.
(Ircenoiigh's btatuu of Washington, rcpro
stilling him Inn Homaii toga, Is situated
In the pmk at the east front of tho
Capitol. It cost $1 1,000, appropriated
by Congress. In front ot the C'ltv
Hall, at tlio head of Four-and-a-half
stieet, facing south, Is the inarblestatiie
tit Abraham Lincoln. It was ereeted III
WM by Cungicss nml cost $15,000.
The Treasury Department, on Fifteenth
street and l'ciinsylvaiihi, avenue, Is a
three-stury building ot Grecian Ionic
architecture, with liasement mid suli
basemctit, -IllS feet In length and "ill
feet In width, It Is open dally, except
Sunday, from 0 a.;m. to 2 p. m.
State, War niiil Xuvy.
The Statu Depaitincnt building, which In
cludes also the Wnr and Navy Depart
ments, Is situated west of tlio White
House mid Is open to the public dally
from thai) a. in. to 2::il) p. m., except
ing on Tliurstlajs, when only members
of the Diplomatic Corps nru admitted,
nnd Sntuiilais, when, during Iho ses
sion, .Members of Congress only aro
The llllciliif llepill'lllli'lll.
This building, better known from tho pur
pose for which It was originally erected
as tho Patent Olllee, including also the
Indian Olllee and General Land Olllee,
lies between Seventh nnd F.lglith end
F and (I streets northwest, and Is open
dally, except Sundays, from 0 11. m. to
3 p. lit.
TIlC faOIII'I'lll I'OHllltllCl'.
Tho General I'ostnffice, slnndlng directly
opposite the Patent Olllee, between i'.
nun I- si reels, 19 open to mu punnc
dally from II a. m. to 2 p. m. The build-
Ing Isof Corinthian architecture, and its
election wash eguti In 1S30.
Tlm Army Itlcillcul Museum. ,
Army .Medical Museum, originally n
church nml subsequently known ns
i'ottis iiieatre nini itiiiiie iiieiiioraine
by the assassination of President Liu
coin, Is situated on Tenth street, be- '
tween 11 and F strtcts, ami Is occupied 1
by the Surgeon-General. It Is n place
ot great historic Interest and open
every day except Sunday from 0 a. m. I
to 3 p. m. The house directly oppo
site, No. 510 Tenth street, Is where Mr.
Lincoln wns taken afterhewns shot and
where ho died Iho next morning.
Tlio Xuvy Ynril.
The Navy Yard Is situated on tho Anacostla
nunc teiiiiinus tu i.igmu street sotitti- '
east, and Is reached by the cars of the
Washington A Georgetown llnllwny; i
nlso by tho herdlcs. It Is open every j
day except Sunday from 7 a.m. to sun-
set. Near tho Navy Yard gate, on tho
cast side of F.lglith street southeast,
anil between G and I stiects, aro the !
Mailuo barracks, open during the i
The NitillliMiiilnn Institution. I
The Smithsonian Institution and National
Museum, objects of gtcat luterest to ,
all sttuugcrs, nru situated lu the Smith
fonlan grounds which occupy 52 J acres,
extending from Seventh to Iwcirth
streets, and from II street north to It
stieet south. Tho Smithsonian grounds
proper, on which the buildings are lo
cated, consist of 20 acres set npatt lu
the southwest corner of tho main res
ervation. They nru open dally from
0 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Tho U. S. llnrrncks, formerly tho U. S.
Arsenal, open from siuulso to sunset,
occupy a level tract of land bordering
on the Potomne, twelve feet above
high water, at tho extreme southern
point of tlio city. It Is accessible by
the Seventh nnd Ninth street cars. Tho
gi omuls nru beautifully laid out, nnd eu
tcied through massive gates swung on
heavy guns. Tho garrison consists of
foot and (lying batteries, which drill
every morning. Theioaro baud vow-ens
on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
lioiu i to t p, m., ami mmiciuaico "iicr
thero Is n dress-parade. On Tuesday
and Thursday mornings nt II o'clock
thero will tie a troop tirade, which m
eludes the light buttery. livery morn
ing nt 0:15 there In guild mount.
liovi'i'iiinciit 1'rliillng: Olllt'i'.
Tho Government Pilnllng Olllee nnd Hind
er' Is situated on thu southwest curlier
of 11 and North Cnpltol streets, and
limy bo reached most convenient! bv
the curs of tlio Columbia-Street Kailu.i
It Is open to visitors from S a. in. to 5
p. m. mid tho entrance Is ou Noiih
C'orcoiiiii Art (.'nllcf.v.
Tho Corcoran Art Gallery is on the north
east corner of Seventeenth stieet and
1'emiBylviuila nvi nue It Is open from
October to May from 10 a. m. to 1 p.
m., and at other seasons from 0 a. m.
lo I jt. m,. Tuesdays, Thursdays ami
Saturdays being free days. On Mnn
days, Wednesdays and Fridays nn ad
inUsloti feu uf twenty-llvo cents Is
Onk Hill, Georgetown, Is open from sun
rise to sunset every day, except Sun
days and holidays, ft Is reached by tho
Metropolitan nnd Pennsylvania avcniia
curs. Tho Congressional Cemetery,
open every tiny, oxcept Sunday, is neees
slblo to within tho dl-tanco of half n
mllo by the Pennsylvania nveuuo cars
and the herdlcs. It Is on tho hanks of
tlio Aniicostla. Jlock Cieek Cemetery
open every day, except Sunday, Is
leiiehetl by the Seventh-street cars. The
National Military Cemetery He cast
of Hock Creek and adjoins the Soldiers'
Homo. Glenwood Cemetery, ut the head
ot Lincoln avenue, Is one mllo and
u-halt north of thu Capitol mid reached
from thu Columbia Street Hallway.
Mount Olivet Cenutery Is on the line
ot tho Columbia turnpike, half a mile
north of the eastern terminus of the
Columbia Hallway. Graccland Cemetery
lies at the terminus ot tho Columbia
Street Hallway cast,
lien eminent StiMniie Aw.vliitu.
slttiHled on Ihn iilirh rtslirn ut tho enn-
lluctiec of tho l'otomsc nd Anacmtla
rivers, and In accessible lo within tho
dlittinee nf imii mile by the l'cnnyl
vmim memto ears nnd the AnncoMIn
nml t'tilnmiie slreit railway. The gen
eral visiting diijsnre Wnhipmlsyi from
ii to (1 p. in., anil the asylum Is open to
friends of the Initiates every day except
rVI.'iiplfnl l'rlo y.-..Oll.gJ
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hi hi'im-t tint Ingoal faith
.ml m nil I, nihil tlm ','0.71
i mi, i'ihi,. ii-lih farilinUm ot
titiinii.il, ,n lit atlnrtUtintnW
In ISliS for e.1 rears bv tho
LfliHiiftiin for Hdiii'iitiotial nnd tJharltahji)
piirimst", with a 1 apltal nf Sl.OK'.ofO, to which
11 rccru fund of over JOftO.ess) has since been
llyiiitmcrwlicltnltic imnulnr voto Its fr.in
chl"c wit" iimiltiii part of the present Stit'o
I'linsllltillon, adopted December a, A. D, 1STJ.
The only buttery eier voted on mid en
dorsed by the people of tiny Slate.
IT NHVHIt M'AI.KSnitl'ONTPOXKS.
Its drain) Single Number Drawings t.dco
A splendid opportunity to win a fnrtuni',
Tenth (Irnttd Diiiwlng, Class It, In the Acad
emy of .Music, New Orleans, Tuesday, October
IS, ItM-ltMh .Monthly Drawing.
Capital Prize, $75,000.
100,000 Tickets nt Five Dollars Hneh.
Fractions, In Fifths, In proiortloii.
I.I.ST OF l'HIZHS.
1 CAPITAM'HIZi: srs,(W)
1 tin do M.OO,)
1 tin do lIMmil
I'HIZT.SOF Jil.oiKI is,imo
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It do ilo 'M.,
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l.tiCT PHjcb amounting to S.'ilVVM
Application for rales to clubs niti!d bo
made only to thu oflltoof the Cuinpatiyln New
For further Infonnntlnn write clearly, giving
full ndtlress. POSTAL NOTES Hipre--,
Money Oi tiers or New York Hxchnuco lit onll
nary fetter. Currency by Express (all stuns of
$5 and upwards at our expcii-ei addressed
.h. ,. u.u.'i'iii.-i.
Make I'. 0. Monty Urilers Payable anil
Address Ilcgislcrcd Letters (0
NEW OHI.EANS NATIONAL IUNK,
Now Orleans, L.i.
LOUISIANA NATIONAL HANK,
New Orleans, t,,i.
STATE NATIONAL HANK,
New eirlonns, La.
GEHSIAN1A NATIONAL HANK,
New Orlean", Li.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
npiIEVEUY HCST husinkss ten made
jl com uy uti
feeud 7 J-ceiitrfSV'lr?
stamps for nun- "Sit"!
tile doz. to Wash- J
lugton l'hoiiographlo lleudqunrtcrs, Washing-
ton, I), c.
COLORED TISSUE PAPER,
Pino Tar Moth Paper. 1'apcrand Envelopes.
708 and 805 D St. Northwest.
FOIt ENOltAVED AND PItlNTED
FREE'S, 13-13 F ST.
Flato and SO Cards, Vl 100 Printed Oar J s,
XI. Opposite Ebbltt House.
Buy Your Books and Stationery
CARPETS AND FURNITURL.
315 Sovonth Street.
And Upholstory Materials.
Carpot, Furniture Bedding. Dra
pery find Upholstery Warcrooms.
W- S3I- HOBKB,
M AHIU'T PPAi E ins ,v JlO 8tli st. ti. w.
I animated Steel Darrein I Top Lever Action
lli'iiunnilliiit liar l.ocksi Vlstnl tirlt Ileum-
I lied Walnut Htock ' Hollo rtrlng Pins'
wn finished nml Hani Miooiing Honest e.un '
l.ltlHTlO, 11, lirlOtlUUKC
llvimtatliiti' luminous hied riarnls' r..,,
Lever Action lliliiiiimUnK liar Look. Donhln
Units' Kxienslnn lilts 1 Patent l'ore-i nil1 isi.ud
VirliiK l'mv, llii'hly l.imnm'il. ami Klesuia
In Design and 1 limh ' I'liuiill Walnut stu k l
SIQO Hammerless Gun!
In every r. -
frtiect! Mudv by Uniivh'briitrU lUrrinjjtoi urn)
jiii'imrtmnii i in i ami net u we iiian unv - u
fctoi'U ii fnllUiR' ul 4'ullw, iJrwiu'r. uii'i ( l
lite ut'll Kriurtii A nuTlfitn mid llnt'li-ii hiugiu
Hi)l Lmihli- Uarrt i hr.-.- h-huidi r,
HtUiWilH ''" If 1 T"----' T i-s-Ti takMsM
J. U. O'MEAHA & CO,,
1317 Va. Avo., Wnshlnistou, D, C.
s, n.l f, r l'ii- ill tue.
W O VV W 9 WW VWW WW WWW
Ifuv lug ltceciitly Fitted Up a
In connection with my l'ATKNT PROOHSS. i
am prepmed to purnUh
1 l.l ST11AT10N8 AT NEW VOIIK PW TS
Phutvcraphlng on Wood for tho Trade,
118 eleventh: street nohthwest