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THE EYENTSra CRITIC, WASHINGTON, P. P., MONDAY, APBIL 14, 1884.
A PAIR OE PANTS
Given Away with Evory Man's Suit
Purchased from Us.
A PAIR OF PAUTS
Givon Away witli Every Boy'3 Suit.
AND LAST. HUT NOT FOIKJOTTKN,
A PAIR OP PAUTS
Given Away with Evory Child'3 Suit.
Remember, this Is no advertising
dodge, but we mean precisely what we
Our goods are marked In plain figures
and await your inspection.
Onr Establishment is Under (Mil-Fellows' Hall
And all Goods on first floor.
UUJUJLU.il. 1.1 J
421 Seventh Stroot Northwest.
P. S.--Mr. Lew Newmyer has con
nected himself with my establishment,
where he will be pleased to see his
LANSBURGH & BRO.,
420, 422 and 424 Seventh Street.
Seventh St. Ono Price Storo.
GUIKNIP & CO.,
404 and 40G Seventh St. Northwest.
fer family u.e.erabrntlnt: Blankets, Quilts, Com
forts, Tftbt Ltnen, Hheetlnir. Towels ntidNnpklns,
Bilks. Cashmeres and Ladles' Cloths. lull stock
of Ladles, Ucntlemcn'a nnd Children's Underwear.
WIICIAM R- HIIE-X",
Illley Hnll.lliic.fiir.mil mill li.NH.n. r.
736 NEW SPRING GOODS
At Very Low est Trices. All-Wool Goods Below
Cost. Go there for Bargains.
7B0 SB-VE3STTX3: S"X".
JOOKS AND STATIONERY.
It will repny one to Inspect the Urgent and most
elegant display ol Faitir itards and Souvenirs
ever offered In our city at Morrison's Boole More.
Haucioa'8 History of the United States. 4th Vol.
itayaen'suicuonary 01 uiuen. oin eaiuon.
Darwinism btated by Himself. Hhepard.
Peter the Urcnt. K.Bchuler.
My House (nu Ideal). Oliver II. Bunco.
Hound Together. Donald . Mltcho.l.
Doctor Johns. Donald O. Mitchell.
Old I.ndy Mary. A story ol the seen and unscsn.
Alrsfrom-Arcndy. H.O. llnnce.
Atlantis, The Antei1llnvlnn World. Donno'ly.
Sldo Llchts on English Society. Urcnville Mur
ray. IT earl and iris Dear. A. O, Riddle.
The Ideas of the Apostlo I'aul. Jas. Freeman
Her Washington Season. Jcanle Gould Lincoln.
wm. n. awi:om?.iso3sr3
470 Pennsylvania Avonuo.
Buy Your Books and Stationory
Easter Cards and Eastor Gifts
A large variety of beautiful and elegant design.
Ka&ter Cards for Huoday-Bchool. Devotionul
Hooks, UiblM, Prayers nnd Hymnals.
O. O. DPTTRSHID.
iib onr. bt. yoimnvnar.
JQOT P. ELLIS & 00.,
937 Ponna. Avonuo,
Near Tenth Street,
THE OLDEST AND I.ATWEST MU3IO HOUSE
in tub wry.
Mason & Hamlin, Smith American, Geo.
Woods &, Co., Fort Vayno, Chase,
Sterling and Estey Organs,
133, 30, 10, 1S0, (00, 173 and upward.
Good Second-hand Pianos from J ID upward. All
guaranteed, and If not as represented w 111 bo ex
changed or money refunded.
Decker Bros.' Pianos,
107 TENTH BTHEET NORTHWEST.
J. 3T. 1TJOAH,
HIS Wlnlli Hf..underchurc)i,ncxttoCrltloomce
BY SOHOFIELD POWELL.
This ballad never (alls to captlvatn the hearers
endls destined to become popular. Price, 40o. 1'or
H. EBEHBACH'S, 915 F St.
niersos,StecIc& Ban's Fianos.pH
Wilcox & Whlto and Kimball Or-t 1 V I Bl
cans. Pianos una Organs cold on Instalments,
tented or oxchanzed; rent applied If purchased.
HCNRY EBERBACH, 915 F St.
Managing Partner ol the late Arm of Ellis & Co.
Hie Huitlriil Wuuilrr orilm laj.
.We Invite all who enjoy good muslo to call and
3- X.. "WIXiX) 5e BBO.,
u ?00. BEVENTn BT. N. W.. "
Wnotesalo and Iletall Agents for the
Ori'lirslt-nun nml llio Clni-louti.
ALSO, THE STIEFF, THE KRANIOir
JIACH AND NKW iNOLAND PIANOS,
At Prices nnd 'I erms to Suit an Purchasers,
HAVING RECENTLY FITTED UP A
In connection with, my rATENT PROCESS, I
ILLUSTRATIONS AT NEW YORK PRICES.
Photographing on Wood for too Trade,
. MAURICE JOYOE,
8 KLKyENTH STREET NOnTUWSST,
1 1 mum
lilt X i J-JJ
THIi EVENING CRITIC.
Published Dally (Sundays Excepted)
iiv tii a
Oil NINTH STIIKET NORTHWEST,
SINGLE COPT a CENTS
BY CARRIER, rcr Monti .........33 CENTS
BY MAIL, (Psslago Paid) One Year I I.BO
BY SIAIL, (Postage raid) Blx Months 3.39
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EVENING CRITIO PUBLISHING COMPANY
Washington, D, O. ,
Entire at Wis Poitoffltt rt iroiMnfftOrtfiliecond
Monday, April 14, 1884.
Junoi: Wylib is right, Mon whoso
chnrnctcrsliavoljccn unlmpcaelicd must not
suffer n first panistimcnt on tha uncor
roborated ovldcnco of a confessed thief.
WiiENKYKit yon licnra politician or ono
party lauding with iutenso laudation a
piomincnt caudidato of tUo oppoalto ptrty
nnd predicting his success In case of n
nomination, it is woll to recall tho story of
tho Trojan hoi bo.
Tub selection of n crow of handsomo
muscular seamen for tho President's bargo
is In progress, by order of tlio SecrotAry of
tho Navy. Tho President's bargo will bo
Itcpt on tho Despatch, nnd tho crew will
mess on Hint vessel. It is tho object of tho
oillccrsof tho Despatch to get tho finest
looking crow for tho purposo which tho
The action of tho heads of the Depart
ments to prevent tho departure of fillbits
tcrcrs from Koy West has not been entirely
undo public. Agents of tbo Dopartmont of
Justlco arc in Koy West in connection with
tho rumors of tho contemplated doparturo
of another expedition nnd aro in conforonco
with the civil authorities nnd Commanders
of tho naval and roronuo vessels, Tho
Spanish Minister horo has information of
tho massacre of a band of insurgents uudor
Vlctbr Dnrnn when thoy wore about to Join
Arjucro's band in Cuba.
The Secretary of State has issued nu
order, by direction of tho Pro3idout, calling
nttcntion to tho propriety of tho sovcral
Departments being represented at tho
World's Industrial Exposition and Cotton
Centennial to bo held In Now Orloaus In
December. Tho order statos that til It is
dcslrablo that tho operations nnd functions
of this Government in timo of poaco and
its resources in timo of war should ho suit
ably shown by exhibits at tho opposition, a,
board will bo appointed, composed of ouo
representative of each of tho Dxocutlvo De
partments, tho Smithsonian Institution, tho
Agricultural Bureau and tho Bureau of
Education, to which will bo entrusted tho
care, arrangement aud transportation of
such exhibits from tho sovcral Departments
as may bo determined upon.
WILL SOME ONE EXPLAIN
Why Such an Unhealthy Mornl
AtiiioNuhcro Pcrvntlcs tho Troiis
11 ry Depart infill?
Tlio facility for getting Into ugly ecrapos
Etcms to bo contagious In tho Treasury De
partment. A colored mcesongor, acting as a substltato
in llio Intcrnal-Bovcnue Bureau, is roportod
to havo been called toaccou t forlnditlngnu
lmrropcr epistle to a dusky maiden omplojod
in tbo sub-basement. Tho mossengor Locarno
luamorcuui mo maiuen, nnawnon tnoirac
nunlntanco was yet very Blight ho ttddrossod
to hern nOto of a highly objoctlonablo char
acter. Unlottuuntoly for tho mossengor, tho young
woman was uuablo to read tho note, and re
ferred It to her brother, who succoodod eo
well In deciphering its contents that ho
promptly got on tho warpath and tho messen
ger's ecalp was takon.
Another nrfalr involving tho good namo and
official positions of two colored employes, ono
n watchman nnd tho other a moesonsor, Is
being lnvostlgatod, A chargo of Improper in
timacy on tbo part of oso with tbonlto of tho
other led to a rough-and-tumblo fight, and
mnycausoono if not two vacancies on tho
WHAT WE SPREAD ON OUR DREAD.
l'rofcasflr Do Nincdl Htlll UrtKlnsr
Tt'NlH nnd Koiiortlni; KrsiilfH.
District Chemist De Bmcdt has mado tbo fol
lowing additional tests of samples of butter
furnished by tho Health OiBcer: Charlos
Mlllbum, butter; 0. Haycock, two samplos,
ono butter and tho other slightly ndultoratod
with Iard( William Howard, two enmplos, ono
butter and tho other butterlno; I'iolschman,
butteri A. Sandman & Co, throo samplos, two
butter and ono bad oloomargarlno; Tarns
worth J: Spelden.ono buttor and ono buttor
lne. but (old as such; T. Tlbbettl, twosaoiploa,
tolh butlei 1 1'all & Lovo, button D. 0. Twlnor,
butleri A.J.Sanford, button S.L0X, buttor:
J. Vtodward, butterlno; J. B. Cox, butter;
William A. Miller, buttor: Newman Bros., two
tnmplie, both buttor; William II. Lowo, two
f nmrlce, both butteri Cook Bros., threo sam
I let, buiter;Leon Scbell, throo samplos, nil
butteri Hover, buttor: L. Ergood, two samples,
ono bulter anil ono butterlno: O. H. Oaddls,
butter; Barbour k Hamilton, II vo samples, nil
butter; I'red Ohecu, butter; O, Dufour, buttor.
WHAT WOULD JUDGE SHELL DO
IT Ho Wns n Drsortcil IVITo Willi n
rila r.oblneou, n tall, angular colored
woman, with n young infant in her arms,
marched up to tho dockrall nt Judgo Bnoll's
Court this morning on tho charge of vagrancy
nndhaWnguo home. An ofllcor tostlttod to
taking her Into custody for uotng it vagrant
and t aiding a disorder on tho stroot bootuBo
eho was put out by eomo people sho was living
with, alio defendant took tho stand nnd
stated that hor husband had left her with a
younG baby, and eho had no moans and wont
to her mother's house, and yestorday her
brother, who had no more right thoro than
her, put her out Into tho stroot with her child.
'I had a right there," continued the wit
ness. "If you was a woman and your husband
left you with n llttlo baby, wouldn't you
fiho was soct down for throo months.
In Our IU'iulyOImlo lUiUtDiTilliiiil
woliaio a great many aluMcysnoclallv de
signed for ue, which juBreiusIvo ana oannot
uu iuuuu ouiBnj.iiflmgnr nouso utsoman uroi,,
tho most poLuderF clothlors and tailors, earner
"Kliimn Ahliolt'H Itrllllnnt Iti'icrtry.
By reference to the Abbott announcement it
will bo seen that Binraa Abbott and hor lm
mento double company, Just returned from
tho Paclllo coast, will give a very attractive
llstotopetae. on Monday i:mmi AbbMt will
appear as Amlna In "Somnambula," and tho
entire opera will bo glvpn; also the fourth act
of "Trovntoro" to tntroduoo Bosouald, Boguln,
Togllaplctra and rabrlnl. Tuesday tho ro
inontlo opera of "Jllgnon," with throo prima
donnas; and on Wcdnosday ovonlng tho opora
n'n5?S.V wUb Ab,b0"' B,!Su'n' I'aKihVplotr
Oampobello and rabrlnl lu tho cast. Thurs
day evening Abbott and Tagllaplotra will an.
pear In tholr latest groat succoss, "Itlgolotto,"
wllh Beguln and I'abrlnl to comploto tno grand
nuarttt. Friday evening "Linda, Pearl of
bavoy' . and Abbott's benoiit. AtthAntuKin
roatlnco Abbott and Boguln will both appoar.
nrd on Baturday ovonlng "Tho Barber of Be
vlllp" will bo given fortho first timo In Eng-
1 1 hi'
llefi. Bale of scats will open Thursday,
Is to many the meet beautiful seaoo
year, but to others It brings troubh
eunpo oi eruptions, uiotciies, uicerjjWlcuinsj,
He. Wo offer to all such tho onljjjjaroly vog
ctahlr, reliable and safo remeda)to foruo out
all this poison, It Is natureje'iomody, pro
pared from tho roots of tbo Mrests, and notli.
log In Its composition corajK from tbo apothe
cary or thcmlst's shop.JJo not take Mercury
and Potash mixtures LtFthOso complaluts, tot
Jluy aro as bad or irso than tho diseases,
Bwllt'a Bpcclflo roohbut the poison and ollml.
nates it through uro iioros of the skin.
Mr. 1J. w. OoluiBV, Indian Springs, aa., says s
"lor ten or twefvo years I have had on u'ly
eating tore osftny face, which has booh on
tirely curejfljy Bwlffs BpeclDo, not even leoy.
lug a scari? mark tho place."
tieefr90 U,0oa BDl1 UUa Dl60O,0l, ma'led
TywirTBvKjFjo Co., Drawer 0, Atlanta,
PERSONAL LIBERTY INVOLVED
In llio Krrcnt ArrcNl of llio Tan
lIclircitN In Ilnlllniore.
Tho case's of Uonjamln nnd Lowls rreomau,
arrested for violating tho Sunday law, wore
called on Baturdayln tho Crlmlual Court. Mr.
lsldor Itayncr, who appeared with Mr. Loll
moycr for tho defonse, oald thoy woro anxious
to try tho case, but that ho had boon Informed
that tho Blato Intended toabaudonlt. Stato's
Attornoy Kerr stated that ho would not proso
cuto the case, and that he dlapproved of tho
In conversation Mr. Itayncr said that ho was
surprised Hint tho board should bo willing to
ncsumo tho responsibility for this act. Ho ex.
pected n letter censuring tho conduct of tho of
llcor, which would hnvo tcrmlnatod tho mat
ter ns far as he was concerned. Now that
they virtually recognlzo tho propriety of tho
ofllccr's conduct, ho holds, nftor a careful ex
amination of tho law upon tbo subject, that
tho entry Into tho dwelling houso of theso
parties without warrant tor tho purposo of for
reting out n suspected violation of tho Sunday
law Is unauthorized cither by tho statuto or
tho common law. Thooffonsc, ho said, is not
a felony nor a breach of tho peace, nor ovon nu
interference with tho public obsorvanco of the
It Is not n quostlon of sectarianism, but n
prlnclplo of personal llborty lnvolrod in this
controversy, and as tho manor Is now In tho
bands of n number of cltlzons who havo takon
an interest In It, ho will await tholr deter
mination before tnklng any further stops. It
IsthnDrst timo In the history of the prosont
pollco organization, ho says, that an officer has
nt sumed tho llborty of Invading ndwolllng
houso without warrant to nnd out wuetuor n
poreon Is working on Bunday. It this Is tho
construction of tho law, then It Is violated In
hundreds of Instances uponovory Bunday, and
as tho Pollco Commissioners, In antagonism to
the almost uniform current of publlosontl
ment, seem willing to shlold tho ofllcor ana
Justify his course, It would bo highly proper
to havo tho Question of tholr powor and au
thority In tho premises sottlod. llalto. Hun to
day. THE OUTLET SYSTEM.
1'coplo Coming; to Their Sense.
Tho Marksvlllo EulMln, of April 8, contains
thoeubstancoot an lntorvlow with Dr. Jamos
Wnro, pt Avoyollcu rarlsn, who advocated tho
Ho ealdt "luo only system tuat will stvo
Louisiana from Inundation Is a gonoral outlet
systom. i want somo plan adoptod
that will savo Louisiana, ana I bollovo tbo
outlet Bj-Btem will do It. Open all tho outlets
that you !iao closed and mako fifty more, it
necessary, then botwocn your crovassos you
will havo ns near a paradlso as there Is on
earth, and eo will thoso back of you, whom
your lovcos aro now destroying. Lot overy
Btrcam that is leveed In Louisiana havo open
ings corresponding to theso lovood back to
their own swamps, nnd they will bo protectoa.
Nature will thus bo only guided, not con
trolled. You must romember that you cannot
control such n body of water as that, though
you may guldolt. Tho system nt lovcos has
failed for ono hundred and ntty years i tho
history of Loulblanatsn crovassos now would
it not bo good soneo to chango our plan and
try something else!"
Tho only "something cleo" is tho Cowdon
Tho New Orleans l'lcayvnt of tbo 10th says:
"The estimated number of breaks lnlLoulslina
or gaps In tho levccB on tho right bank, from
tho Btato lino down, is about 75. Of those
thcro aro somo fiO odd In Tonsas, and 10 or l'J
In Concoidla. Tho extent of lovocs destroyed
by theso crevasses is probably not loss than
six miles, Tho causes to which tho breaks
below ltcd liner aro attributed aro rlco
Humes, crawfish holes and road cuts. Tho
croaseesnbovo BodBIver were producod In
nearly overy case by tho water tunning over
tho top of tho loveos. With tho oxceptton nt
Morganza, nono of tho existing crovosees are In
State loees built within two years."
'I he abovo reminds us of what tho Now York
11 oriel said somo four yoars ago, 'That It was
n raco between tho lovoo builders nnd tho
river, and tho rlvor always boat tho mud-wall
Tho following transfors ot roal cstato wore
filed for record to-day with tho ItocorJer ot
Deeds, as roportod exclusively to Tjic Onmo
by.J.r. Olmstoad, 1110 Now York avonuo:
Seventeenth stroot west, bctwoon R and S
ptreets north, square 161, part of lot 111, north
21 ft. 8 In. by 122, Sarah Ann Bplcor to Bamuol
Q street north, cornor Third stroot wost,
equarn nd, sublets A and D, 11x100, Theo
dore L. Lamb to Jeremiah Kooto; $2,200.
Clark street, botweon Delaware avonuo and
Third street wost, square riO,sublot 57, lBx
CO, Anna M, rarley to Wm. L. ltlchardson;
r streot south, betweon rour-and-n-half nnd
Sixth streets west, square 105, sublot CB, 20x
12:1 1 o, James Small to James A, McDormott;
Eleventh, street, between K nnd I' streets
north, square 021, partot lot If, 21x5, Kato
T. Corllslo to Wm. B. Moses; t(J,750.
All ot squoro 2113, bounded by Wator, rir
tccuth ana Fourteenth streets west and D
street couth, B. Kurtz Johnson to Baltimore k
1'otoumo Ballrond Company; $22,250.
On alloy renr ot Blxtocnth streot west, bo
twocn L nnd M north, square 107.sublat.il,
17x07, Allen C. Olaik to Michael Corcoran:
X street north, botwocn Blchtoonth and
Nineteenth streots west, square 1.11, part ot lot
11, east 10x100, EmmaY. ltawllngsto Susan
T street north, botweon Sevontoenth and
Eighteenth streets wesr, square 152, lot Id,
(12 S,xl03, 0. A. stanloy, trustoo, to Harriot A,
Lloventh street west, botweon O and r
streets north, square 038, partot sublot 11,
south 13J(x05, Augusta, D. Banltz to Edward
C. Harrison: $300.
l'ourtcnnth streot oast, betwoen Massachu
setts a onuo nnd A streets south, Hqnaro 1050,
part of lot 0, 25x00, Henry Winters ot nl. to
ltlchard W. and A. D. Oant; nominal.
Unlontowu Lots COO, 570, 571 and 1,7.1,
Frank F. Laportu to Jaraos Demont: $1,503.
Meridian lilll-Lot 25, block 20, Hall k El
van's subdivision, 11. II. Wnrnor to Archibald
Mt. Pleasant Lots 11 nnd 15, Illock o,
Walter S. Cox to Ann Maria Hchultz: $1,321.20.
ucauy k uawains nuaiiiou lo uootgotown,
rartot 10173, John W. rilling to Eliza 0. Ell;
H.O. Morrltt, CInn.i O. W.Drossor, lljstou;
n, Dentz, York, Pa.; Mrs.B.B.Qroen, lluftalo;
Miss Oreon, Uuffalo; J. v. Uradloy. Smlthport,
I'o.i O. Moofonl, Brldgoport-Conn,; Mlsj
J. Harrison. Bridgeport, Conn,: W. Wall, New
York city; J.T, Alwood, New York city; I n,
Oulsorvo, l'hlln.i J. 0. Hart, Erlo, l'a.; W. D,
T, J. N, rostor.cltyi 8. W. Uernuard, P.i.; W.
N. Connor, Boston; H, 0. Tltua and wife, Au
burn, N.Y.iO. W. Lontz and servant, Will
lomeport, Pa.: W. II. White, Soattlo, W, T.t II,
II. Pctcrecn, N. O.: lt,D. Barcley,PhIla.; J. A.
Anderson and wife, city; J. E.Sneor, Pitts-
wntu, in,; muu. juica nnu maia, raits; a, ii,
Miasp. N. Y.l Miss Qracn Halt. V. v., w. fl.
lleyner, N. Y.; 0. L, Norton, N. 0.; Alex. Mc-
nrucrnl I.o I'ovro llupiiy,
Tho lion. Bon Lo l'ovre, usually n uorono
and happy man, presented tho picture this
morning of n llttlo boy with his ilrst pilr of
Eants. In faot, Ben was as happy as a cl ira at
Igh water. Ho had Just roceUod Informa
tion that four of thoelx counties in his dis
trict had instructed tho delegatos to tno con
vention to support him for tho Oongr3lonal
nomination. Tho otbor two counties nro alsi
expected to vote forhlm. This will bs Oonoral
Lo l'ovre'a fourth terra In Congress,
Wlmt fSlinll ho llono With InelirliifON'.'
Dr.W. W. Ooddlng, Buporlntoiulont of tho
Oovornmont Asylum for ttho Insane, delivered
tbo second lecture ot tho founli conrao under
tho auspices ot tho Biological an I Anthropo
logical Societies at tho rtatlonal Musuiirn Hit
urdaynftemoon. Tho subject ot thodlsjjurse
was "What Bhall Wo Do With tho Inebtlatos,"
Tho speaker said ho offered tho paper as a
study In social science, Tno sceptre of alco
hol, notwithstanding prohibition, wonun's
crusades, tompornnco soelotles, ow , was not
yet broken, Tho templo of the vlco ot alco
holism Is hoary with ago. It has boon more
potent in reducing uncivilized pooples than
nil tho mcnuB of modern civilization. -Intom-Pcramo
forms tlin most Important subjoct ot
legislation. It Is tho sphinx ot modern time,
baffling all attempts at solution of Its rlilillui.
In modern society tnoM will always bo n
residuum of luobrloty. Thoro was too much
nonsense, tho lecturer thought, In dealing
with tno inebriate. "
An Instliuilon for tho detention nt lnobrlito3
should bo entirely dlstlnet from other hosnl.
falsi tho Inmates shoull bo compallol ti
work, conllnod for an IndeUalto time and in
under tho caroof a wolldntormed physician.
A second comtntttent should bo for a term of
iriirn, wnn a BUDsoquoni probationary te
like the tlckot-of leave system In i:nufltl
OrandArmysnlts.vrttluaillro vest, fO; with
Muo vest, 0J30; " yrmT--'- 8.25. Thaso
eooob are warrnapB full indigo fast color.
'ihorougblyiyilSrlk and honost workmanship,
Wo f uretaliaWo sets of buttons with eaoh suit.
loo., corner ot Seventh and E.
OF NORFOLK, VA.
, Thp franchise of this entorprlsn is based upon
tho charter right granted to tho Dismal Swamp
Canal Company, nnd tho legality has been repeat
edly Kstcd hvforo the Courii or the State.
1 bo purnonft In view Ii tho "Improvement nnd
Mtraalon" of tho Cnnnl, thus securing great nb.
Its fair comlnct has already secured publlo con
fldenco, and the next Drawing will be mado on
17th April, 1884,
bcloro the public In Norfolk, Va.
, SCHEME I
CAPITAL PRIZE, $5,000.
1 Priro or.... 15.000 u... 13.000
1 do liOO Is 1,600
1 do , 1,1100 Is 1,000
l rlo (oo Is ., mo
l do 200 Is 200
i do ma is zoo
1 do 200 Is i 200
1 riO 200 Is COO
.0 do loo nrc.i too
IS do ., so are 7M
loo do 10 nro l.Oea
200 do s arc 1,000
g of. , tv) jro
o or. :...., so Vo
Of........ 20 180
uTIOKETS, OTtfL-x: 81.
Plan of Lottery similar to that of Louisiana
J. P. HORBAOH, Manager.
Address all applications for Information, Tick
ets, or Agencles.to
J. T. llOItBAGlI, 207 ninln St.,
Tho undersigned supervised tho Drawing Class
E, of tho Dhmal Swamp Lottery Company, nnd
certify that It was conducted wllh strict fairness
lo nil Interested. .
PRIZES PAID IN CLASS D.
VOC0 to M, A. Marx, Salem, Va.
!() to O. V. Baxter, South Mills, N.C.
SI.Bfo In parties In sums from SS to Stop.
Tlclteto only SB. Slmros In proportion.
Louisiana State Lottery Company.
"HV do lureoy art if ytnat Kttvptrme fAsftr
rangetnenttfor all the Monthly and Seml-Annuai
Vrav. Inoiqjr 'Hit LouUlana Male Lottery Com
jiony, end In perton manage and control the
Draulngs tunueltti, and mat the earn are con
ducts u Ifft lioncity, falmett, and in good faith
ton ard all jxtrlf r, and ire authorize the Company
to vie thl certificate, telfA fac-ilmltce or our riff
naturte attached, In Ml adcertteementi,"
Incorporated In ltC3 for 23 venrs by the Legis
lature lor Educational and Charltablo purposes
with n capital orl.O00tt)0 lo which a rcscrvo
fund ot o cr S560.CC0 ban slnco been lutded.
By an overwhelming popular voteltH franchise
vnh made a part of the present Htato Conullutlon
adopted December 2. A. U. 1879.
The only Loturv eier toted on and Indorsed by
the movie of any Mate.
Jlnectr scalei orpotptmes.
Its GrnmlBlngloNtunbor Drawings talco
A BrLi:NDlI Ol'l'OKTDMITY TO
WIN A l'OHHINK. ril'TU OflAND
DBAWINO. CLASS E, IN THE AOADESIYOr
MUbIC, NEW Oltl.EANB, TUESDAY, Mny
13, 188 11 08th Monthly Drawing.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $75,000.
100,000 Tickets nt lrIvo Hollars ISach,
fractions, In Vlftlis, In l'rnportlon.
LIST OF riiuuj.
1 CAPITAL PlllZK 75,000
1 do do 2.1,000
1 do Ifo .'. 10,000
2 l'BI.ES Or (WOO 12,000
E (In 2000 10,000
lo do lira io.ooo
so do on 10,000
100 do 20O... 20.000
800 do 110 33,000
MO do W 21,000
1000 do 2.1 15,000
0 A ppri'XlmaUoa Prizes of (7M (1 7.V)
o do do 600.... Aun
S do do 260 2,2V)
1067 Prizes, amountlcg to fsafiOO
Application lor rates to clubs shonldbemndo
only to tho ofilco of tbo Company lu New Or-
1'or farther Information write clearly, giving
full address. Moke P.O. Money Orders payable
and addreea Registered Letters to
HEW OHL1SANS NATIONAL HANK,
New Orleans, La.
1'OVTAI". NOTUS and ordluory letters by
MnllorLxpresstall Bums of (3 and upwards by
Express at our expense) lo
H. A. DAUPnirf ,
Ifovr Orlenns. Tm.
WOOD AND COAL.
1 yvww vsv i-VWVVN, V
WHAIIVES AND ItAILltOAD YAltDl
Twelfth nnd Water Streets Bouthwest.
BIlANCn Y'AltDS AND OFFICES:
1202 F street northwest. .
1615 Seventh street northwest.
17-10 Pennsylvania avenue northwest.
1112 Ninth street northwest.
Corner 'lhlrd und K streets northwest.
221 Pennsylvania avenue southeast.
LAHOEST MIIVATK ItAILltOAD YAItD
south nl Now York; also, EXTENSIVE
WHAIIVES, giving us unsurpassed facilities for
tbo economic handling ol FUEL of all kinds.
CoaWDciivcretl on Cars Direct from Mines
Into Our Yard.
Wo deal only In best qualities of ANTnil AOITE
KUd Bll UM1NUUS COAL,
All kinds of WOOD, either In stick or prepared
to older at our factory.
TULL WEIGHT and MEABUItE. prompt do
liveries and prices ns low ns Fuel can be lurnlsbod,
J. I. WKEATLEY,
WHOLESALE AND HETAIL DEALElt IN
Autliracite and Bitmninofls Coal,
Pino, Oak and Hickory Wood,
Large stock of freshly-mmed Coal, selected lor
family nto, Prices alas as low as any housoln
tho trace. Coal thoroughly BCroencd hetoro de
livery and standard weight (2,210 pounds) to the
A CALL SOLICITED.
Ofice and Yard : 2d st. & Indiana avo. n. iv.
Near Baltimore & Ohio Depot.
HEW IOE OEEAM & DINING SALOON
173 FOUItTEENTH STltEET.
The titst Cream will be furnished lu saloon and
sent per order to any part of tho city. Cakts.Con
feclloncry, Fruits, ttc., constantly on hand,
Meals served to persona at thtlr rooms at low
rates. ' 11. MIlHItAY.
-' J yj. , .
THE STANDARD VAPOR STOVE.
Now In operation nt
1818 11 Ntrvi-t Nurtlmcsf.
1100 FOTJBTEENTnuntKET N.W.
LATI'.OIIKS. ItANQWi, FBKNAQKa AND
Tinning. Plamblng.Oasnttlug, ete. JyM
W H. HARRQVER,
STOVE AND FUUNACU BBPAHtfl.
Determined to Pamiliaiize the Entire Public with
the location of his Hew Store,
Will Continue, During the Present WeeiJ, to Offer the Following
uireceneiiea uareins in u'rocerifis
... PtlllE BTANDAHD OIIADES-Out Loaf, lOpounds forOOc; amnulatod.lODOundaforRfW'
"A," 10 pounds for 80c; Extra "0," 10 pound's for 70c.; Yollow 0,"lo pounds to? OBo?
,n V8llvf.i'.,?.,.n.c;." "Burprlse," "Cores." "Superlative," "ilollanoe," "Storltng," "crystal."
IPoldcn inn," "(jcim," ic, 4c, nt n reduction of 10c. por sack from former prlcos. urysftl'
.B.,nDa7rd Tomatoi largo Blzo, 12 'cons forlt BugorCorn, 12 canflfor$1.10; Standard
reaches, largo cans, 0 cans tor U.10 Taney Orodos of roachos nt a reduction from fjrmor
trlcos ot 4c. a can.
Ocnulno rrench rrunes, 0 pounds for Jlj
fpr II and 0 pounds for tl. Buy quick, ns wo
NEW STORE, 428 Ninth Street, between D and E streets.
Don't Fail to Try our Celebrated English Plum Pudding.
ONE CAR LOAD OF THIS '
Popular Brand of Elour
JUST RECEIVED BY
O. O. BRYAN
1413 New York Ave.
BQpThe above Flour makes from 40
to Co lb3. rnoio bread to tho barrel than
any other in the matkst. Give it a trial.
CAN BE HAD Or
COItNEIt THIOID AND A 8T8. SOUTHEAST,
Fresh Meats and Vegetables.
HBOWBfflG & 1BDLET0H,
Wholesale and Iletall Dealers in
Groceries, Fine Wines, &c.
AGENTS roll WEIINE1V8
A Pure American Wine, All tho' best Foreign
Cordials and Hitters. Wo are also Agents for the
Celebrated CLYSM10 WATEH, and
Calvin Shafcr's Wild Cherry Rock and Ryo
wnEN you Ann buying
TEAS, COFFEES AND SPICES,
Itcmcmbcr you can get them at New York; Trices
American Tea Store,
COIL BEVENTn AND I BTS.
Health Food Company's Products
ron SALE BY
3STJ -W- BTJItCIIBLXia
laarj r stbeet.
IlAltllOUIl fs HAMILTON,
0 H7. II1IU. Oil Louisiana Avenue
W. H. II. OISBSL,
101 bevkntiist. n, w.
Pine Grocorloo and Liquors.
GEO. F. HARBIN,
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, &o.
OILCLOTHS AND MATTINOB,
919 Pennsylvania ave. s. e., Capitol Hill,
CELKHHArKI) II1SA1.INU HI'itlNOB,
I1ATII COUNTY, VA.
R. B. FERGUSON,
SECOND AND PENNSYLVANIA AVE. S. X.,
AOKNT FOP. U. C.
WEIDMAN'S, 1)03 1-onnn. Ave. B. H.
Tor Puro Candles. Fine Foreign and Eomeitlo
Fruits, Cakes, Pies, Nuts, Ao.
HOTELS AND IIESTAUnWTS.
18SB ESTABLISHED X858
Ladies' and Gentlemen's
Oyster u AuaiMiMt
I0IG Pcnna. Ave., cor. Ilth Street,
The largest Oyster houso In the United States,
nnd tho most perfectly conducted restaurant In
tho city. All brands of the Finest Oysters that tho
Ohcsapcako and Northern waters produce are
served, wllh aviry delicacy of tho season,
Tho Ladles' Saloon Is ono of tha handsomest in
all Its appointments, and la conducted especially
for ladles. Outers, Diamond-back Terrapin nnd
Uarno a specialty.
IIAIIVI'.Y .V IIIiT.niiV, I'rop'a.
Ilarvev, tho originator ofBteamcd Oysters.
'Cor, Broadway and Twenty-Ninth St.,
Hew York City.
JAMES II. BIIESLIN A BIlOTUEll, Proprietors
Evaporatod Pcaclio, fancy, 3 pounds for 05c.t
cannot guarantoo to contlnuo theso prlcos of tor
$15 AM $18 SUITS,
Carried from last scasou,
Marked Down to $10,
And better value than Is posslblo with now goods.
With tho exception of BLUE FLANNEL SUITS
which I have, In fast colors, for $10 each, I do not
arm to present any new styles forlcsithnn
$15 PER SUIT,
As that Is the minimum sum for which a good
suit can be produced. Any suit for a man pro
duced lor a smaller sum Is necessarily dell stent la
the ono Important clement ol fit, style, work
manship, trimming or good wear.
HENNIN&, tho Clothier,
410 Seventh Stroet.
OUR, BUSINESS SUITS
OCCUPY SPECIAL ATTENTION TO-DAY.
The great variety must satisfy you or ourdo
termlnntlon not to bo surpassed nan tho low
pilceswoask nn equal determination not to be
Will you cnll nnd look at our Garments to-day ?
NOAH WALIIER) & CO.,
C3B I'EHNA. AVE.
615 Ponna. Avonuo,
UNDEIt METROPOLITAN nOTEL,
B. ROBINSON & CO.,
The Boys' OlothiorB,
BOB PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE anZHj
MEN'S AND YOUTHS', HEADY MADE,
3DB"VXjI3ST Ss CO.,
inao F BTHEET.
Spring and Summer Goods.
GRAND OPENING DAILY
Gentlemen, i on nro Invited lo inspect ono of the
Largest and Finest Assortments ot Foreign Goods
evtr received In our city.
Leading Tailoring Estalsliint
H. D. BARR,
llll Pennsylvania Avenue.
I. HAMBURGER & SONS,
a'AILOHB AND OLOTIIIISHS,
0 la PENNA. AVE., under Metropolitan Hotel,
13113 T BTHEETN. W.,
Has received his Cloths and Casslinercsandln.
vluaan Inspection of tho same.
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING
WM. H. NALLBY,
llookblndcr, Pnner ituler and ninnk Book Mnnn
factnrer. W. Dili anil n u. ii.n-.
SINGLETON & HOEKE,
801 Maiket Space, and 1108 and 010 Eighth Bt.
T. Ii. WOIjIF,, 3WC- I5-,
Robert Bruco & Co.,
STOCK, BOND & PETROLEUM BROKERS
Stock Indicator in Office.
ALL ORDERS EXECUTED ON THE
New York 'Stock Exchange,
New York Petroleum Kxchance.
OH City Oil Exchange.
New York Correspondents!
, IIKNIIV T. OODET A CO.,
Mrmbers N. Y.Btorlc Exchango and Fctrolenm
Oil City Cb'rtspondentTHOq. n. SIMPSON.
MEMBER OF CHICAGO I10AUD OF TRADE.
MEMBli.ll OF OHICAaOaRAIN.rilOVISION
AND STOCK EXCHANGE.
CHICAGO, NEW YORK AND BT. LOUIS
Office in Willard'B Hotel.
Dlrectwlres to New ork, Chicago and St. Louis,
clSnge"iIuUlCd mthouoorof the several Ex-
Chlcaeo-N. K. FAIItllANK A CO.
New York-OAllUUTlIEIta ALLEN.
St. Louls-D. lt.FllANCIB.fc lllto.
W. T.J. WRIGHT & CO,,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
003 llncciilli M lpo. IT. N.Ticnaiii-y,
Ofler special Inducements to buy or sell
either for Cash or on Margin.
We Invito correspondence, All Information
chcorlully given. anmrg
II, D, COOKE.
ALLEN 0. CAMPBELL
26 Broad Stroot, Now York,
1429 F Stroot, Washington
Stocks and Bonds bought and sold at tho Now
York Stock Exchange for 1-8 commission, and
cairlcd on margin when desired.
Hatch & Foote,
No. 12 WALL ST., NEW YOHIC.
We make U. S. Bonds nnd Investment Securities
a specially, executo orders In "
Stocks and Bonds
for cash or carry tho samo on margin. We trans
act a general
ALLOW INTEREST on DEPOSITS
Branch Offices, connected by private wire, Nor
afr'o-sSree!B'o'S.noT'Mra.s!nS8-- ftd "" Vmaa'
J. H. SQUIER & CO.,
' . 1110 Pennsylvania Avenue.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS.
Call or k cd ror terms.
INVFh'lMRNT HLCUIIITIEH, UNITED
HTATFB LAND WAltlt ANTS and Tit ADK DOL
LAHH boiiehi nnd sold at market rates.
COLLI OTIONHmailn everywhere.
T. BBIGHAM BISHOP & CO.,
Boston, New York, Baltimore.
1831 F Stuhkt Nobtiiwkst,
Stock!!, Grain, Provisions aM Petroleum.
All t'crsoni Inclined to speculate la n modrrato
nay lu Active Block 8, Grnln, Provisions or retro
lcum, phouia vifllt tblt oOlce nnd examine tno
Bpeclal fiidlltlea here oifercd. No previous expe
rltnce teccssory tocnnblenny one to operatuoa
Intelligently ns the oldest dealers. Tno publlo Is
btocku bonctit and sold in lots often shares nnd
upward nt tho same prlco ns larger lots on tlio
New York tstock ISxchanee.
Alftrt'lns ono per cent, or tnoro nt discretion. No
Intercut chnrced for carrying stocks any leugth of
timo desired, further particulars cheerfully
Blven upon application to the manager. Orders
y telephone ur uicsieuser promptly executed.
"B1. B. LILXiIEir.
No. 1215 F Street Northwest,
Branch Ofllco, St. Maro Hotel, 7th and ra. avo,
Stocks, Grain and Provisions,
Quantities and on Margins to Suit
Immediate Cash Settlements.
Constant Quotations. Direct Wires. Orders by
Mall. Telegraph or Telephone promptly executed,
!. BATEMAN, 1 fDOU(
her N. Y. Stock f- A
Exchnnco. J IN.Y.
VM. M. IIOLLINI
Bateman 8d Co.,
141X V Street, 35 Wall Street, N. Y.
Transact a General BnuMng Business.
Purchase nnd sell on commission all classes of
Securities dealt In nt the Now York Stock I5x
tfinngo, or tho locnl mnrket.
Haoirlvnto wires toNow York. Boston, Bal
timore and Chicago, nnd executo orders promptly
at one-elsbth commission. Stocks carried ou
margin. Orders In Cotton executed.
Chan. Counselman ifcOo.,of Chicago, aro con.
ntcted by private w Ire with Jlateman A Co.,wliero
a correspondent of theirs can always be found to
execute orders on the Chicago Hoard oT'lnule,
Itellablo Infoi mallon will alwuys bo furnished.
U. It. PLAIN.
Y, B. UIBllS
B. K. PIADT & CO,,
Grain, Provisions and Stooks,
BT. CLOUD BUILDING, OTHANDF HTS
WASHINGTON, D. 0.
THE NATIONAL BANK OF 'WIE REPUBLIC.
Chicago Correspondents. ROBERT LINDBLOM
Constant quotations of the Chicago and New
York Markets from direct private wee.
Quotations furnished and orders cxecutwl
promptly by telephone. 00IS
1 1 COOKE k CO,
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