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THE DAILY CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, AUftVHT 20, 1800.
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UilK'EEDlNGS Of THfi StMB
NDTHKH0tJSfiTKM)AT.
i E1L AKD FlMt HJWE A TILT
Over the Rewtatitt t Rm (hi,
Grant's Remains.
WRANGLE OYER THE CONBER LARD BILL,
Si.tst.tu'e for tkeTerrey Buskrupky Bill
Reported The OppisWaa to Ihe
Eight-Hffar Measure.
In the Senate, after the adopt! en of
Jtr, Alilrich's memoramlum regulating
the order of ilolMtc ami voting on the
Tariff bill, the conferesee report on the
Sundry Civil Mil was presented and
read.
Mr. Allison explained the report,
which, after some dlKUMlon, was
agreed to.
The Tariff bill was then taken up,
the lead echedtile being under consid
eration. IN TUB 110U8B.
There was less than a quorum present
when the House met this morning and
n call of the Houso was onloretl. A
quorum appeared, and tho journal was
read and approval.
A wrangle arose ovor tho status of the
Conger Compound Lard bill. Its
friends Insisted that It came up as un
finished business, as it had reached
the stage when tho previous question
was ordered, when tho Uouso adjourned
last Saturday for lack of n quorum.
Its opponents antagonized it with tho
Options bill, contending tho Lord bill
had had its day in court and could not
come up again, particularly as the
Options bill was tho special order for
to-day and to-morrow.
Tlio Speaker ruled in favor of tho
Lr.nd bill, saying tho Houso was en
titled to n yea and nay vote on it.
Jlr. Mason appealed from this de
cision, and by a yoa nnd nay vote tho
Speaker's decision was sustained, but
as no quorum voted, that didn't count
and n call of the Houso was ordered.
Want n llstter Waco.
In the Senate to-day Mr. Blair pro
tented a memorial from tho femalo em
ployes of tho Government Printing
OfUcc, asking that they be paid not less
than ?2 a day. It was referral to'tho
IVmmlUcc on Appropriation!.
ew Ilnnkrnptcy I1III,
Mr. Hoar to day reported to the Sen
ile n substitute for tho Torrey Hank
ruptcy bill, which passed the House
t.mc days ago. The substitute was
I !".cd "n the calendar.
Over Onto More.
Mr Plumb's amendment, touching
the rale of liquors In the Senate restau
rant, went over again, owing to the ab
ccncc of Mr. Butler, who hew an
amendment pending. In the mean
time, Mr. Blair moved to amend the
resolution by adding after tho word
"liquor" tho words "and their use m a
beverage," This would permit them
to be used for mechanical and art pur
lieus. Tho lllElit-lIour 11111.
Notwithstanding tho fact that the
right-Hour bill, which Is now pending
In the House, has been indorsed by
nearly every labor organization In the
country, and is a perfectly just and
meritorious measure, yet there are sev
eral leading member opposed to It.
Mr. Cannon of Illinois, on the IlepublN
can side, and Mr. Blount, on the Demo
cratic side, are its bitterest opponents.
The bill, however, will pass If it Is
riven a fair chance In spite of Its power
ful opponents. It will come up when
ever tho Committee on Labor is called.
This rests very largely with the Speaker.
O'NEILL AND FLOWER.
A TILT OYEIt A J1MLOBTI0N TO BEJIOVB
GILS. GRANT'S IIBMAIN.
Hepresentatlve O'Neill, of IVmnsyl
vania, who has In charge Mr. Plumb's
resolution to remove the remains of
General Grant from Now York to
Arlington, bad a tilt this morning with
Itepreeentatlve Flower of New York.
Mr. Flower declared that unanimous
consent to the consideration of the reso
lution would never be obtained.
Mr O'Neill declared that he knew
(but, but that he proposed to M4e bis
time and would find some way to call
the it titter up ami pass It la spite of the
cf rts of the New York city (Jetetja
t!r General O. B. VflUsax, aovereor o
ihc K-ldlers Home, was at the Capita
ir day. and bad a Ion talk with Mr
O Null, In whleb be urged tbe pro
p'ety of removing General Graft's re
ir-jrs to the SobUere' Haute leiteaJ o
r - Arlington. He failed to bfiag Mr
O .Null to his way of tttlakiag, however
MILLS ON THE STUMP.
iz
I ISO II LUiOU VABMKHi ABOUT TUB
TABIKF AMD UOiMsat SlUd
Gr.EEKCJ. III., Aug. M. Fifteen
tlr isand people, of whom a hug ma
- rity were farmers, gU)erl bate yes
rcvUy to hear as addreas by Coagisas
ir :n Mills ol Texas oe tke tariff ie
t "n 1'revloiis to tbe address tbe Con
crcssuian held a iteepsion of aa boar's
i L'itli.n in tbe botei parlors. In bis
f peer h Mr. Mills did sot coana bis r
n,aris to tbe tariff alone, but fouAtl Usee
t i express bla opinioa aa tbe Lodge
1 re i Mill, wUkb be cbaracteiiMd at
r no of tbe moat atrocious and BiaUgwuU
j 'cces t'i seciiosal leglilatfam Utat bad
' cn attempted alaee tbe war, aad
t .srly showed that It Is a measure de
', '.d by a decaying political patty to
--..re them of cuauauad cosUrol by
r . r pressing a free ballot ia tbe Soutbani
buus. The farmers chonrnd uatU thaw
wc re hoarse, when Mr JWUcoMcluiiaU.
Mr Kennedy Will Appear Tsfc-BtelU.
Mr Harry Kenaedy, tbe vestjiaaijtiJat,
-nlii was uaabte to appear but aifcA at
lc New NaOoaal Tbaatw oe acoouiU
i tu illness d bis wife, will positively
a,xtor lu night.
-.. l tke moat iJoBghlfui ptodctol
scasos -mm gbw iaal aigh
.. , - Wiiibingtcw Part by the Worn-
. i. licanure Club of East Waabisvg
'Tic commktm baifag ebajEp of
.iTuir CLoaiattsd of the foUosmg
- . l vuiipdaiw Beatfawuta.: tieorge
- Frask JKCatbaaa. August
L.rJi, wmm VeStM? tad
L 1JM.
, I 0m Ij i mi
f yiitomfcs of IMnijASMaia.
i mini. Mum., Aug- M- Auti-.ifL'hi-iUbsa'Wuauu
otu Lr,
I - v ;1a .&M.S eft f 'Hid VcaUi
MW SM 0STWITT5d THIW.
TU An1lt StnMfna Onimty Jthdo t'6
flf an Urirnmllmr TnnRtle-.
PrmftmSMt TortTrm
ft ml fMhlonable boatdtBg Mmse
"on the Hill," in IfmMnttoHt resMes,
(tt a guwt, a maiden ldy, cnltnred od
clvet. Like some other nice people,
she h tnxhtt sensitive on tbe subject of
ee, and this, of course, was the subject
oisxmhw qnizKfnt among the tblclier
skinned boarders. The blank left at
the house by the eheumerata was
spread out on the partor tile d iitm
inmittes requestetl to All In the vwrtewe
spaces a to their antecedents, etc.
Siereey was, of emirse, out of the ques
tion, and considerable curiosity was
evinced as to bow our ancient maiden
would treat tbe query as to her age.
When her turn came she was enwal
to the emergency. She quietly filled
in all the desired Information, and
when the eager eyes around scanned the
"age column" they found they could
make nothing of ft. Everything else
was written out in a neat, clear baad,
but here they were stumped.
"Why, Mfse Arabella, said the land
lady, smiling sweetly, "I am afrahl the
enumerator will not be able to make
this out," pointing to the item In ques
tion. "Tbatt" said Miss Arabella pteeldly.
"Oh, that Is written in German, yon
know, and If he ean't read It thoy Can
at the office, of course." Aral she
calmly retired, well aware that not a
soul In tbe house but herself understood
n word of German.
LnyloE ft Corner-stone.
Yesterday afternoon tke corner-stone
of the Nlles Chapel, on Third street,
between New York avenue awl L street
northwest, was laid with appropriate
ceremonies. The ceromonies were
conducted by the Grand Lodge of
Colored Masons of the District under
tho direction of Grand Master Charles
II. Lemon, assisted by seventy-five
members of the order. Bemarks were
made by Grand Master Lemon, Itevs.
J. W. Luckett.AV. B. Simons ami Chap
lain Dade.
A Dansorons Snloan.
Mr. Daniel O'Connor, residing on
Four-and fthalf street southwest, made
complaint this afternoon to Commis
sioner Bobert of a saloon on Four-and-a-half
street near Louse alley, kopt by n
Mrs. Hennessey. Mr. O'Connor claims
that himself and wife havo frequently
been Insulted and almost robbed by the
frequenters of the saloon. Colonel
Bobert referred the matter to Major
Moore.
A Contlj- Onriiet.
Fnm (A .Vw Ytrk Sun.
Brunton vs. Maple & Co. ptesents an
Interesting case just decided In Eng
land. Mrs. Brunton had a Persian oar
pet for which her husband had paid
1,000. Wishing it cleaned, she wen
to see Mr. Maple, who keeps a gro.i
furnishing establishment, and bo agreed
to clean it, tbe value of the carpet and
Its careful treatment being Impressed
upon him fully by Mrs. Brunton. Ma
pie gave it to a cleaner named Ander
son, ami he in turn tent It to n man who
lived In two rooms with his wife and
four children, ami who was to receive
ilS.SO for cleaning It, Maple charging
Mrs. Brunton 10 per cent, on that price.
Ireland cleaned the carpet with ben
rlne. Then ho hung It up to dry and
one of his children accidentally set It
on lire and It was burned. The jury
gave Mrs. Brunton 1.000.
A Yobub Traveler.
iYcm Hi Rdfdt ini Pru.
A little 5 year-old boy, who was
bicught to the Central Police Station
the other evening, afforded the most
advanced csamplo of precoclousness
that the ofQcers there had witnessed In
many a day.
"What i your name?" asked Ser
geant Ilish.
"Grover Cleveland," replied the tot,
straiehtcning proudly up.
"Where is your home t"
"In Montreal."
"How do you happen to be here t"
"Well, I wanted to see the world
awhile, and then I'm going to make
money."
Tbe lad was suitably provided for
and will be looked after by the proper
authorities.
Walters or lllcli Lineage,
Ftm th4 CUttUuuU Cmnirctal UatttU,
There Is a saloon-keeper near Ninth
ami Walnut who has had half a' dozen
poverty-stricken sons of noble German
families employed as waiters in his
place. An alleged "count" or two, a
couple of sons of German "barons",
wearing white aprons and watching for
the cry "Zwei War," have been featu.es
of the saloon during tbe past year. A
patron of tbe place says that the pro
prietor was a republican in tbe Father
land and that be takes pleasure is hav
ing the descendants of bis old oppress
ors serve blin In maalal -capacities.
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Tbe National UeMoit.
Frnm ill Macon TtUaravA.
Tbe Republicans have a great deal of
audacity, but they will not willlagly go
to tbe country oa sueb a record. Tbe
party fouad tbe Treasury overdo wing
with naofiey, and tbe revenues largely
is cseeas of tbe needs of the Govern
ment. It eaaaot hope for popular ap
proval of a policy which empties tbe
Treasury, renders tbe reveauas iaade
quale aid increases taxation.
in- ' '
A Illalne I'tiosasrapb.
tniMUUXi-e Vert WqtU.
Iu noticing tbe asBou&eetmuu that
Mr. Blaise wUl make bo sueeabea ia tbe
campaign ol this year, a Western jour
nal suggests that bis most recent de
liverance might be made to do duty for
him. Spoke ialo a phoaogiaph ami
grouml out at tbe rural meeting) this
speech would be highly effective:
'There it not a secUoa or lice in the ea
Ure iTsrtfl) bill that will open a market
for another bushel of wheat or another
barrel of peek."
- - - -.- "
It it lharitm QtHtr aav.
Fo btU ii a fttttactW!y fl ilaifftf t-
lBoia tojAiuii ! Tb a suBaBsii. 1st)
smwSpsmv emisMBSBRiBiBPfl1 spus Ww "F sBaftiBi w"f
he greatly aageaed with Qua far uto
posbg to my b cm tbe abmf ks tbe
pfttt" it bmfcy as If a bitter mat on
is hstiNaMrfag beaisseB tmo mesliasMi of
the patty.
WfinhlnH TaHc Umic,
from UktHtM rr WrU.
PtbaN HemajiiM' Ifcmr w iBeasnisi
his Peckaalmma wbtata mm tbe lailuw
of tbe SoulbeaB fsejamnb tonaJeBbdlxe
as TlffftuhMfen cbaMela kmg "H"fe'fr to
for tike wq atkee the varf
tuw Ukt Suit UJU linfaU,
Tbe Force bili doejst't appwf to be
forcwg Us way Uuough the Semite with
Urmifig rajmlity. U seems to baw
tacouoV rei a large seaioa of advene
t-uUk' fcentimemV
Aevvme u musaveM.
Mrs- ttlsXo's giiuEUug ttvnm houJ4
fci)o tw Uaad tur UuM4cau UtWiiue-. It
tuuOia, lit 4UU tvjtU.ua Me tuua, ill4a
I1 iuXL. i. u;io WU.J I.U.U., iijJ t U iLv Owi'
rtUiJj Xbi liUiibta. ilc. m tvi-'.-v.
PERSONAL.
(HbrteHe 8Bd, fions Qeorw Swfls
gnriWaghtef , H a try handsome al,
Mth M Dfarlt eyes and a profusion of
Jiwtty Msjek twstea.
Neatly 180,000 worth of half f raws
pieces wwb, fottftd In tho personal es
tate of a rtch solkltor, named Dnrjwl,
who died recently In Path. Tah
amount, it was said, he Htfd aside to
daily dispense In charity In the streets
of Parle.
A Mttte M who recently vWtetl Dr.
Holmes wfth her father, a Boston edi
tor, so nteastd the "Autocrat" by re
citing "The One-floss Shay," that be
wrote out the final lines ami handed
them to her with his autograph ap
pended. Countess de Blron, nee de Lessens,
drives about Paris in her $1,800 vic
toria dressed In white paneled silk, with
band painted flowers. Her white para
sol Is ornamented with a Dresden china
bardie, the cost of which would pay for
a whole tea set.
Hannibal Hamlin, who has lived un
der every President but three, when
ashed recently why he did not write his
memoirs, said that he could not trust his
memory, and he has failed to keep a
diary (fining his political career. He Is
in perfect health at SI because of labor
in the fields.
Queen Victoria contemplates publish
ing a volume of the Prince Consort's
correspondence, consisting of letters
written by him to the fate Emperor
William (then Prince Regent of Prussia)
and to the Duke of Saxe-CoburgGotha.
The Prince Consort wrote so confiden
tially to these two personages that his
Ietlcis would require considerable re
vision, as his strictures upon public
men were often very severe.
A V lint Ia the Uneen'n Name.
Vom ( London S'ttt.
At a dinner where many notable folks
were present the topic of the family
name of the English royalties came up.
The question as to that name was put
to a celebrated historian, who replied
"Guelph, of course." It was pointed
out that, although the royal families are
Guelpha by descent, her Majesty's mar
riage with Prince Albert must have the
effect which the marriage of a lady has
In all other cases and that tho surname
of the present house must be the Prince
Consort's. "But what is tho surname
of the Prince Consort's famllyr"
Simple, but staggering. No one knew.
All guessed and all were wrong. It
turned out, however, that tho correct
name was AVettln. Of course, no one
had beard of It before and all smiled at
tho idea of the Guelphs being reduced
toWcttlns. The point was referred to
Sir Theodore Martin. "You arc quite
right," said the biographer of the
Pilnco Consort. "Wettln Is the family
name of the house of Saxony, to whom
tbe dominion of Saxony came in the
year 1120.
Somo or Our Architect.
Fiom (hi Htal Kttaft ami tnrt ttteont.
Architect Van Nerta has the plans for
two double brtek dwellings to bo built
In the Naval Academy grounds at An
napolis. Tho srottnd plan Is rectangu
lar (30x80 each). They will be topped
on" with high pitched roofs ot blue slate,
and the style is French ronnfaMntt.
The cost will lie about f-W.OOO.
Architect Schneider Is about to erect
a costly residence for himself at Eigh
teenth and Q streets. The feature of
the 30-foot front will be a stone port
evehtrt. The steep roof will be covered
with corrugated tiles, and will have
projecting eavce. Tho Interior will be
finished In mahogany, oak and cherry,
and will be handsomely embellished
Architect Glenn Brown has finished
Slsns for an attractive dwelling for Mr.
. Somers, to be erected at 1118 Twenty
first street northwest. The feature of
the front, which will finish In a neat
mansard of slate, will be a semicircular
bay. The house will have three stories
and batement, and bo heated by fur
nace. Cost, i?5,000.
A l'uier,
"They havo one law for tbe poor and
one for tbe rieh."
"Ob, cornel That's all cant."
"All cant, Is It? Show me the time
when Cornelius Vaaderbllt or Mr. Astor
has been sent up for vagrancy."
Marvelous Laray.
A personally conducted ezcurton to (be
Caverns ot Luray will leave B. .K O. Station
S.80 a. m. Wednesday, S(4embr 3. Round
trip, itelinhng sdnustlon to tbe Cave,
$3.50. Haserve your wu iu advance with
out extra cost at 010 and 1331 iVnnsylvsnia
avenue.
CQantued auo Died.
iUcutub
DANIOHTH-WHSKAU Oe Auu . t
tbe hone of tbe bride, by tbe Bey. A. F,
ie. nwwr ui m na rroiatuui XOI4-
eooal Churi-b. Jobs HAfte& Dan forth ..f
liw York a4 GutUuiU Iva, dsugbter ol
Jaaes T. Bolean, esq.
AVIS-HYB.-(m Sender. Auautt 17,
18. by tbe Rev. Mr. HwWy. tbarhHH.
Dvi ot WaaiUBgie and Mat; P. Hyde of
WabiotOii.
(Died.
SAUM.-ou Xtaday, Aiuutt . i '-. at i.ta
p. ui.at Ho. Mil IHetee plaee BurtbKtMt,
Oaky M.. oei; daughter of furry A uJ
U da L. baiua, aged IS Tews. I raoatb mud
M daja.
Kotieeof iaaral aeteaJier.
iUUM.-Os Meedar. Ausuu . is'JO, Polly
ttsuin, the beloved mesfcer of WiUtaw H. aul
tbe grascUeutber ol Sarab and Mary A
Baam. 4eiarled tbie We la tbe Mth raw ol
bcr (, at ber late reaideece. 1710 beveetb
.ut uottbwt-
r"unral from KiBteestb-btrt Baptist
ibtwebon Wedaeadsr. Aajust &, ISB9. at
J p. m. ritua and relatives tespaotfauy
tavitsal to attired.
DOSMEB .-On Monday, Aot . lsW.st
k.dti . bl. Dr. W. P OoBaaf.
Fasenu at : p. a. Wednesdat. Aaeost
t, from bis late nside&ee, iWi Hew York
aveaue.
HfL8JI.-On Mttulaj. Aneuat St. ISM at M
., Kaiclinu II ulas. to Hw ueth rear.
VKXH-oii oadaf, Aaut it, ltM, Ecu 17
i lay 3tu. ae4 & iees.
Funtril wUIteA i!i to-day 'Tueslay)
at i o'vlosk V itoao bis late r.iaouoe,
1-tfiJ Twesty atatb ttreet. Wtt Watbunjtou.
Stflativesandfrkttdaareutiked. InUsruwot
at Oak Bill Ceawwrv.
1L.iKK.-U1 hunday, Aui u. 1W. at
h& t&mimii, tw Ffortda axeaae, Znily
Eiiialftb. wue of 1 orWlua P. Clark, alter a
Tniraf '8'i'miamtae. Amgitt -7 tsois tbe
boiue at :M a. ss-iaeai the taaaaaeUte
Coucsptloa Cbarob. cotaer of KlAtbaad ii
JEWKU- Oebttsday.Aasaat n. loae, at
Mea.aKt.W. Jewea.
Fuaerel boai Oak BW CttaveU on WoOjk ,
sy, Aocuat 87, at y. as.
COALMAM.-Oa buaday, Ausoat it, leJ-J.
Maud C. CtiSatajj. the foasiaest eaaeMer ol
wiiila and VfxeUii tWlawa. aediyia.
BOWiiSY-SoMU-tedtbis We oatbeeiU
day of Aeeuat. um at l: p. at- Jams, be
loved butlDH.I oj the leM ljifipualOovtmy.
nee OiuawaU. and the m o Patrlukaud aa
leuDowiuty. s.rt7ra long: anlli)ibfftfMibwei1ratt'fa.k rrchty
sear iKuer attrweeo staV. Atteuat M.&1UL
wminlv ia! IX trWo r
KSAVU.-Oa buadaj, Atteaet J, law. Jo
.bUM r bJaeae. iotajtt Oauihu-r of W- E.
olid U1U bMaose.
VHOt.- Oa Aoeu.it J3. um. at bfc. bw ia
Lebajsos, Ohio, aTthe ajs ! R. George W
Front for tblitMB learn. ui3 tt. pwlitl
eiAulih-x is tbe FuculoB ub.
llffT"rwl"?ff ,u iwiffS''wui1 ',
fUVbTttV MtUL Kei-tTK.
rpoK luLK-ABOtT 1? aCeMbSi OS ili aT
J? 0 exwuded, ue tbe tine of ibe K.. ki:i
toe Ji.l ...'. :.- ri' HjOji- SuJlwax. bcmH- . ... i
ot the ratal . t lua 'aUH-'blof Jttaii. a .'Uic
Do 'VU ' EUfc..u.tj '4 ,t ., 1 j ij
!i.r ajUblti, V-r Lrv i t: -
srrttAr. stmeiw.
ja"FEKT BEU8VRD. PH.WrtWK.
M rfrna ? ve . opposite Wfted'sJWjJ
Ihrnni r- oto far nt near vtsltDr. WpKe 1
ejtahli'limcrt for relief from a4 aVWftK
of corn Wwrn, rlteaserl nails aa all
t tfier for ( t r. .nHc HoiW. 8 a. ?Jt
TinT 1 to 1 om fee. ft set ttSLE?
rwttme the feet in rood otW. IstaMlsnea,
MI STMJ MnSIrrlt!'Wrt
T0RAOg CSrArWMKW.
Roott fire and btrmlat proof, ami all above
fronni, rarttmtarly artatrtert for the stwsjw
rf fi-.rr.ltnr. ptctnres, Ac. anw-ltn
& "'"nrtnswii, B. C. Atn. IN 18.
Wihteto rttlre from active tmstness,!
have fjii? rlay sold all mv Interest t the flrm
of B. K. Plain Co. to Mr. Lewis 6. Tew?
bnry. Banter and Broter. of Sew York rity
Trie rmtaes hereafter will be coadncte'I
inthensme of Lwli O. Tewlsbnry v,.
Mr. W. B. Hlbbs.who has been aoclatei1
with me for the east eljrtrt years, eontlnneH
with the new firm and will remain in charge
of the washflttten oflloe. Mr. ntbrn peaU
no recotntrteMatlrm, as bis Integrity and ahll
Ity are well known, bnt I take pleasnre In
recomiaeimlrir my raceessorsto mvpatrrtns
anrl the rnbfle generally as helne In all re
ftiects worthy of their coniWeece and patron
age. B. K. TLA1S.
OUT-fiTOWM BUSINeSA SrKCTALTT.
lewis O. Tewksbnry, W. B. Hlbbs,
Banker.
Ttftw York.
SO Broadway.
41. Sew 4,
New York.
rMeago, Washington.
Washington. D. C..
Manager.
LEWIS G, TEWKSBURY 6 CO,,
SUCCESSORS TO
B, K. PLAIN St GO.,
BANKERS,
18MF6TWA8m:6TON,D. C.
Investment Secnrtties Donght and Sold.
OHDBRS BXKCtjTBD IN
StockSi Bonds, Grain anil Petroleum
rou cAsn oh on M.aiN.
4 per cent, interest allotted on Uepoilts sub
ject lo check.
6 per cent. Interest allowed on margin ac
count). Dally Market Lrtterforwarded on applica
tion. Constant Qnotations of ail Markets over
onr own rrlvate Wire.
TritrnoKE Cam, M5.
CittBApnnp-'"LPwlng." anis.et
KDJ"TEMrpitAHY OFFlCt OF TI1E
v3 WAStflNOTON LOAN AND TRUST
COMPANY.
1001 F street n.w.
CAPITAL S1,000,000.
This company laanes cerliBeates of deposit
l.'earint Interest a follows: On all amounts
deposited for ninety days or more, but lets
than fix months. 3 per cent, per annum; 31
per cent, on deposits for more than six
rnontns, hnt leas than a year and I percent,
on deposits of one year or longer.
Secured InvestmenU for sale.
Money lnenr-d.
W. IJ. KOIJISON. See. B. U. WAH.NSit.lTW.
D1HECTOK8:
Charles B. llalley, corge r. Schafer,
James L. Barltonr, John A. Hamilton,
neorge X. Bartol, Thomas Someryllle,
lllchard V. Clay. John A. Swope,
Horace 9. Cumtnlngs, J. S. Siroranteilt,
J.J. Ilarllnwton, Ilattenley W. Talbott.
John Joy Edson. Oeorge Trneadell,
t tiarle" J. Fanlkner, B. II. Warner,
AH-ert F. Fox, . A. WtTaoB.
O. c. Green, L. P. Wine,
William B. Onrley. 9. W. Woodward.
John B. Lamer. Chas. BenJ. Wilkinson,
A. 8. Wortblngton.
PKrjr-FOKBBKHO MURKAY.
ZXP Agent In Waahineton for
TOKWHITTlltK KLRVATOH
Of Boston.
THE BlfeT EWVATOR IN TI1K WORLD.
Over 40 have been put Into the best build
ings In Uabloku la the last two yeere bv
us.
Estimates promptly fnrnlsbed. Also agent
for the Wottbittgtoe Steam Purapuy MaeMn
y. Also (lefieral Maehlatttsand XneteeeTt.
A large atoek of Bseiaee ami Holler, Pump
and Xlevatort on hand.
Wr rerooms from loot to IMS Seventh street
sonthwwt.
ggyj. WILLIAM LEE
(Successor to Ilenrv Lee's Sons),
UNDERTAKHR.
SS8PA.AVK.N.W..
Seotb ewe.
Praseb OsTke. m Marylaad ave, s. w.
Kar-rKOTECT YOURS BLVES AOAlNiT
a5 TYPHOID AND MALARIAL
FEVERS.
Tbe Alvarez Disinfectant Company Ii pre
pared to fumigate asd disinfect all premises
Invaded by typhoid and other malignant and
contagious fevers.
Ask your druggist or grocer for tbe ALV.V
RKZCLOeETASD CK&POOL DISINFECT
ANT. Price, SOe. and $1 per box. For fur
tber Information ail are-, the Company, at WO
r tt. n. w. auH.lm
KOl-LADIBS! LADIBS1 LADIE81
E' Mrs. McCaCertv U tae ooly bat and
bOBBet-frememanaiaetarerln tbeelty. Call
and tee bar new abacee. Bleaeblng aud
presalsg. Straw and felt ta
bats alter! to toe
latest style. Orders sromslly attended to,
loJqtree n.w.
tfWUY NOT HAVE YOUR SHIRTS
a3 made by one of tbe most celebrated
eetters'la America I Prteea nm as tbos
third-rate cutters caarae. I. T. BALL, 90S T
stBW.
5T CHARTERED BY CONC.KBwi tils.
FIIAMCLIK IKSUHAXCE CO.
OF WASHINGTON, D. C.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS. S33S.MW. Has
ever (cetested a 1 as by Ota, but always
makes promrt and liberal adjustmeau. lr
DaaiMl B. Clarke. vt't: Seetge X. lamvtiu
viee-prea't; toarlS. Bradley, trees.-, 1. Fcu
wlck YoBUg. aec'y; Will P. Botuler 4 t
aec'T. lu m
WATBIJKr.'.
tit, it aeati St Imt aturtmta: M teats tar tkiu.
w
rATKD-A COLOHEU HRL TO CO.
i aad do ceneral housework: must slay '
utgbt and haTe rtoouunentlatloiu; gxJ
wages ussthatae. Capitol Hill. Alt
17rATXD-w"tHTK WOMAW TO COOK.
S V wash ajid iroe lor a feroUy of S; short
diataaeeia tberatuurr. Call betwesti aad
Uamu 1&8S Jefferson at, Georgetown, w.th
references. -.ij.it
AY
'ANTED-tOMPETEMT WOMAN FOR
i asiuFal bous.work: muat briua refer
nee. Apl.ly VS tk at a w. W.-ii
TirAJiTED-A GIBIIK FAMILY 0T';
t mast be a good eovk; reltireaces ro-
naireJ. wiii Bl ave. ju. t
rASTXD-A GUU. JOB U8MERAL
hoeaewotk; most -tay at uijtbt aud
briae rttrcc. Apvly is store, IBS F t
iv M
iok APll3W tltbst B w, bet Cad
uus.
&,
bDCIJtTIOM. JUtgagooa teriuJtoeoodaw'J.
A leer lady assets can beessployeil For
particulars evl on the coibijj. Xean-i
Ktidiee. teefl Y ave. as at
ArATSU-WOMi!X TO COO. WAH
aad buau refereneei ra.tulaed- Call
t'bk-t Clerk', omue, Kattonal Mueiua. !ot J
aad a ass Tuesday Alt
nTH'rav-iiiHrri ummiktoiOOE.
Yt wasa and iron far small family; good
wstwetore
anaun wHagooa wjra
treoces.
jM3 nmw- y
"tAfAblTSaV-A OOUD SESVAMT
HB
1 1 nxuitaJ huosaitiork: nuut taiaae well re
osur.t.ede4 Awly U 'M St rues ol. Ix Droit
Fark SJi
' . '.m " ' iiWIiiWIISIMJIWII ' '
.rATKD-AT 1.4S lOstfOflAM sT. A
woaaa lur geuural bosearork assbttxl
VMS wasbls, uoi-c bted .ivM witbodt .-"1
reieieeces; tuttat s tome at ottbt. Z , it
ASTSD-A OOOD WHJTf GWt F.)K
it geecsal teint w swell tnwi?.
tieratiu pteleir Awdy u im. if- Ui' i,fa
UB i , '
w
TAVTSU-A WOttA TO COO. A-ii
i asd irus: mibt be jood coaki rofuc.. -
looted 72a iutb at n w. 'i
AV
rA!ED-A ;isT . LASii CCsVUbJJ
wirn,n lo cook, nab aad bos for f .iu
uy os a at mksm i-
'
w
rATirD-BLACSkBTU; OSE U
1 1 can shot: l.oxe Call at BVk.ru -. 1.01
to--au lenwioe. bet the boors oil-' sua i. -.
lies Citit qJt ita, ;
fA ttUi-A WUHAN TO lOOii A-u
a -U a rH'i "V alo i .-t' L r " 'a
WAHTKn-MRLP.
-lrANTKD-.lINorRS-AN ALTO AStDA
V tenor for n chnr. h choir. Call or ad-di-eC
ctAY. russt njV; Vt
WATRI-A WBI rB r.ter. TO A98WT
In cooking n1 , eenrral hotneWork;
nfit have rrfermcr's pplr at 811 D t n W
ton
"f.STEI)-A WOSM.. FOR BRV8RAL
t honsework. Arplv one at twi Qjt
rASTED-AN ' ' JstAnttT PrtfrW ft
wants a home and will netp In We
Imnseholrl wnrlt can find gvjna ftrVrBB AVM
fair rt ran neTat ion at cj Sstnw. APTllt
"
WANTl'tlIITUATIONS,
WrANTED-nY A OBRMAJt WOMAN. SB
yar old. with baby 1 months OM, situ
ation In mall tJerman family to cook, wash
and iron. AcMrc.s ART RBIDY. M for
ron ave no M id and W. r and O sts. M
WANTfcl" - BY A SrTTTT.KD WHITR
woman a Mtnatlon as working honse
kceter general honsework In small family
ofarlhlts. i all at 4li ft st n e. 3S.-1t
tTANTFD-A CASE OF NBCESStTY-AN
V V Enrnpcnn teacher, from sndden losses,
wlil g've !esons on any mnstoal Instrnment,
Singing and French In exchange for a home;
bet o' rt'erencea. It. B. J- this ofltce SS.St
lrATKD-BY RK8PECTABt.ErOt.ORBD
VV girl, a situation as chambermaid or
nnrse In a private family In northwest part
ottheeltT. call or address iw I st n w. 36.it
WANTKD-BT A RELIABLE COLORED
woman, employment by the day or
washing to do at home. Address 2112 I st
n w. J5,St
1,rANTFD-BYAN BLDERLY LDY, A
T V sit nation as honsekeeper for a widower;
rtferenees Address 8lri IS cap st. ss.st
WA5TED-HT A YOUNO MAN, PTJSt
tion as rrooer's clerk; can cnt meat.
Address j. r. Vf ... this ofBce. , S5,ft
WANTBD-BY BLACKSMITH. A SItUA
tion; best of references Apply or ad
dress JAS. 11. TAPE. 711 Al st n w- Mt
"TASTED-rr.ACS AS COACHMAN OR
groom In private family by steady, sober
Englishman, highly recommended; nnder
stands saddle horses; has ssn-yetl ln the Eng
lish light caTslry. Address C.J. THOMAS,
1148 7th stnw
WANTKD-A SITUATION AS TEACHER
In a private family: conntry preferred;
can give good reference If required. For par
tlcnlars address Mrs. C. II., Thoronghfare.
va aan
WANTUIJ MlSCtJt.r.ANKOUS.
Aitrlitrmmti wisw Mis uo4,ftor Mseser
Utt, S6 ctnti for m intfrffen; SO wnts Aw fAre.
1"rANTED-if6M8Wi TO rABTtlRE AT
V General Ileate's farm at S per month:
bet of pattnte. rnnnlng water and plenty of
shade, with carcfnl attention. Apply to gen
eral manager. E B. LAFFRRTY. 10th st and
1 ave, or at the farm. Telephone call. 70S'
Un
A FEW DBIR.BLK ROOMS, WITn
steam power, gooil elevator service and first
class Mnltorshlp, In tbe TOST UUiLDlNfl,
for rent at low rates to flrstolass tenanls.
Apply to STILSON HUTCHINS, 4S Post
IMlldlni, or FRANK MAdUIKK, Snpertn
taedent. fllllSONAl.T
.1ifrrtt,Am wxhr IM hio4, jiitr r
tin, tunttfer on i,rtleM,' W) ctnti ftr fArss.
T ADIX8 CAN BE ACCOMMODATED WITH
JU nkely furnished rooms, with or without
boanl; giwd locality: where no rinestlons are
anted CONFtDENCB. this office. JMt
NOW is" THE TIME. WE WILL PAY
"big money" for gents' Srst -class wo-ond-band
elothlng. Address or call at
JUhTll'8 OLD STND. SltJ D st. n. w.
LOST" A N It J'OUNiTT
L OsT-SATl'RDAY. AlCJUHT 33. ON C ST
s w, bet 111 and ll.b. a gold ring et with
three red stones. Howard It left at 1 M C t
w. J8.lt
IOfcT FRIDAY, AUI.U8T -'J. OOLI) CKtWS
j with owner's name and date of receipt,
going from B ami Al ts so on ears to 7th st
wharf, snitablo reward for return to in B
sue. Jb.,u
LOtrT-A PAIR OF OOLD SPECTACLES,
going from the Turkish Bath at UJ (i st
to R. X O. R. R. Depot. A suitable reward
will be flvcn If left at above number. iVtJtt
rOTt HA LE Tl O Q3 IW "
AitarllMwrtt tHtesr WO rutU, ftHT sor
Uh, 'A emli ftr ssm reswMeav SO unit far tkrti.
IVOR 8ALE-7 T WO-bTORY NEW nOUSEtJ.
? at S1.3P0 eaoli: SlOOoasb and 410 per
KnntU on deferred payments. On these
terms you can own a bouse at easy as you
ean nay rent. HEBRON Js RAMEY,
iUl-6t No. IM7 F st. n. w.
J FORCED iALE OF HEAL ESTATE.
! DO YOU WANT A SNAP
That fine old homestead, JSS1 Q st n w,
comprising nearly JO.ixv feet or ground and
among tbe most delightful elevations In
Georgetown, will be told at a sacrifice If
taken toon. Terms can be made satisfac
tory: but tbe property must be sold at onee.
Xey at Mr C. B. Ficklltuc's otBee, Ulgb at.
lieorgetown. Write to
L. O JOHNSON,
aua.tf Rlehardsvllle. Va
FK bALX-IN ALEXANDRIA, 8-HOOM
frame boose, Juit finishing; nydrantln
yard: lot lill; snug borne: price, JJ. Ap
ply to ROBERT J. THOMAS, Room No. i, 013
IMh at.
FOR SALE-THREE OF THE CHEAPEST
bouses In Watblugton, 104, 108 and US
lltb st n c; two-story and basement, brown
atone trimmings; 7 looms and bath: eleetrie
bells and gas; price, SLS00 each, &0Q easb
balaaca to suit or trade for good lots.
run hkt n uus as.
AdurtiutAtHit UHOtr IMU XtoU, four ftasj or
lui, at uU4 tor 0H4 irtiim; W tU for tkr.i,
FOR RENT-1W4 L sT-11 ROOMS.ALCOVE
and bath room; mod. imps., and in good
condition, baviag been repapered and anew
batbtab and fixtures pat in.
No. 1613. ltb t.; uw bay-window brtek,
11 rooms and batkvroum, all tn good order;
price, H6 Botsessloe given October 1
Nos. lTfcf and 17f Coreoraa st , 3 band-sutBety-flBUbed
bay-wludow pressed brick
fronts, test completed. II ro-eas aad bath
100m: hardwood tiBlshed doors and trisa
nileg: beTrltU flass-reirnwa; basdweod
luautcU; enameled tile hearths and taping.
Apply to JAMES C. sPBJ'.t,, l2t S Yac
suA-ttt
POK KEIiT-UWrUBiiUiHEP-
lsiSMass ave, IT re aad stable Mjej
MHfstaw.lSN W
Wll Cetw ave, is is ISO to
lesrMstaw.Ute luat
Utb st e.. 15 rs lSu
lSWBttaw, rs m
UBSMsbstav.Urs Meet
its? u st a w, a rs Sep
lies ?.. - mm
T6ltotwfl'js. w a
'.17 1SlbtBW, l-'rs.. . raw
ltetf Clawto t a w, u t 1M
lsGst bw, lOrs 74)e)
Sis V Y ave a w. 17 rs - 7o
IMS 4Kb st B w. Is rs Site
uisOstaw.Ute
HElyur Ftaw, II rs fin
HlSEslBW.lTri if as
1US M st a w, M rt
178 M st a w, S rs
net Sko&ebtoe st, its. teas
lUSsssjsigbMBSt.9 rs SO OS
ltiilESTFUceTsrs - wa
ltsStlilctB W.fS trVftS
luta at nf.r. ejaa
M-MEatBW, 9m Mil
HMCbai4nst,9rs tfi
lASiSbsiaw.srs , 9 ej
Tst,strai4 4w ... mm
liWftBrceVlacel'srs '. " ".'.;'. SS
Slihttriw.5rs. . Sat
iiUXYaee.S is. mm
liSJaiiiw.8rs Its
ion -ax t w. e r ae
site Swve fcrwiterf oan be yj twisesj by pet -ant
I rote our oSee onW-
TaOAIAJt J. FlaaW CO..
lwit4t.se-
sssssasssstjsasstjtsssissiptisjtjsysaisfeswissiiiss ii ' ' f "
I70B RaWr-TWO BBAM8 W gilt-
1? ItUMBUIal fABAau wiuA auatsi afaar lejta.
X" "ssaitatsf wwsmaetww grssSMtsesl smgsa vmnt ""t - ; j
SIB V
HUiiaSY TO UiA.
A I OWSY TO LOAM ON HEAL BsTATS OSI
ill trtouMa securities t iowstr4M of
!r terast. Kg delay cbmps securltr ts tfood
O. C. uREkx.
SBESaj.
jyinsnarr. ecus.
tU LOAM Oat 84tAX SWATS SECUkUlX.
AT 8 AXD k FM OE31T-
M at PABJUCE.
to Sums to suji
U C BiLL. KEAL ESTATE AS1U LOAMS.
KV. Barcatea In j. ! i art t the .ity Lite
a4 Flit r-u iu t c i h ji.J F '
' ' ' ,.
ATCTIOTT SAtRe.
p KORR W. ftTrOJiriT, Atirtloneer,
TSUSTEW SALE Of" YAWABL8 I
1STOW OF BARRt FARS.
By vlrtne of a cenafn deed of ntt re
torded In liber . 110A. foMo !(, ct ) rme
Sf the land reer.rds for the District of Colnm
la, and at the reoneat of the party sertrred
M WmWW MTSaV
AUGUST, at 5 o'efoe p m., the following
de. rlberl re I estate sttrmt tn the cvmnty of
w ashlngton, District of cohrmMa, and known
and flMrrlhed as lot rrnTntsjrprl 17, W section
S, of the fmlidlrtstoti of Barry Farm made
by 9 c. Pc.Ttietoy,JoMiR.Blvan ando O
Howard, trustees.
Terms of ale. one third cash and the bal
ancr In one tl) and two (9) years, with inter
est at the rat of sit nq per eentnm per an
nnm. parable semi annually and swnred by
a deed of trnH on the pMpert? sold, or all
cash at the option ot the pnrchaer. fWB
denesttat ttate of sate. All conveyancing
and reeordrnt at ptrrcrraser' cost Terms to
be eenrpMW with tfi IIS data ot property will
be rspW at risk and cost of defanltiegpnr-
WILLIAY MATSE,
FTIASr? L. CALnoCTS,
Trustees.
The
la nnstrsmnd tn WRDNRE
DAY, A
ir. afsv tame honr and pmee
f l. cAyroos.
TTtsvsWWw.
anirss.rl.Ms
G1EORGEW. snoKNBY.AncMoneer,
r 9S8 F street.
By vlrtne of two deeds of tntst, one dated
Angnst K. issa,and the other Jnly . ins.
and dnly recorded tespeetlvety In RberBrt.
ISIS, folio 4H6, H seq , and liber So. 1 m, Mhi
S8S, et see. of the land records of the District
or Colombia, ami by the written reonest of
I he party seemed thereby, we will cll at
ruljllo unction, In front of the premises, on
TUKSDAT, AUOUST , IWI, at 5 o'eloc p.
m., lot lettered "P" In U. Magrader's subdi
vision nf lota 10, 11, 14 and IS. In qnare nnm
tiered one hundred and fifty two dMi in the
city of Washington, D. C , with the Improve
tncnts. Terms: One-half cash, belagce In one year,
wllh Interest at per eent. per annnm. se
enrcd by deel of trnt on property aoW. or
all cash at option of purchaser. Deposit of
$100 required at time of sale. Conveyancing
atcxremeof purchaser. Tetma of sale to
be compiled with within ten days.
f HA II LBS E. FKASBR,
JAMES PHASER.
aulleoilAds Trastees.
ntorosALs.
I'jROrOBALS FOnT'LAYINa ASPHALT
PAVJtMBNTS
Under the Petrel! system
In the District of Columbia.
Crrtcgop rHBCoMnisstoiiERS D.C.,
WAtnianiox, D C, Aug. , ISM.
staled proposals will be received at this
office until li oolock m. on WEDNESDAY,
SEPTEMBER 10, 1KO. for improving streets
and avenues with roadway lmvements under
the permit system.
Blank forms of proooealsand speeifioatlons
can lie obtained at this ofBce upon applies
lion therefor, together with all necessary in
formation, aid only bids upon these forms
will l-e considered.
The right Is reerved to reject any and all
Mds or parts of bid.
J. W. DOUGLASS,
L.O. lIiNB.
II. M. ROU8RT,
anSS.t Commissioners D. C.
rOU ItKNT KOOMH.
AilrtrHHtmnti WKfer IAU Aetxf, fenrUmi or
fM. St trmtt ftr sm (estrfieii.' 50 tinUJbr Urn,
F
OR HBNT-J UNFURNISHED SBCONO
floor rooms: southern exposure and bar
window; heat and gas; bath; rent rmxtoMte
to right partr: rofen-nno. Wl B st n w 'ja.lt
T?OR RENT-TO ADULTS-UNFURNISHED
,1. rhoice parlor and chamber, m. or suite
S rooms. i in new stury flat.7ir 11th st;
elevator, rteam beat. Ao; no housekeeping.
SuSt
I?0R RET-A NKW EV(.UND FAMILY
have 1 delightful l story front rooms,
furnished, overlooking Iowa Circle. lMMi
st ii w. - it
IJIOR 11KNT Ft'HNIMIED-TA'U KnOKf,
; with use of parlor, tor tiouscke-tl-v: S0
per month. coaMstnw Jfi.1t
TX)R HENT-ATTHEWIIITI.EY.N X COR
1. of 10th Jn.l II ttt n w. large, pleasant
turnlbel front room, with Ural Watt board;
also table boarders desired. Mt
J70R RENT-HAND'OMB MAY-WINDOW
. furnished room, M floor front, with hall
room and privilege of eater: with heat and
gas. its. Call at 171K Mb tt n w; references.
1?OH RENT-PARLOR F'.OOR. UNFUR
. nbheil, handsomely Dnltaeil; cabinet
mantels, Ac; also Al-Uoor room. Call bt
tween IQaniamlt sm, lie? N Have. MM
I?OR RBNT-J COMMUNICATING UNFUR
1 nlthed rooms, 3d story; bath tame floor:
fine location; coavenUtnt to cars, herdles and
atores: no housekeeping; references, lto K
1 are n w. 6At
FOR RBNT-SINQLE AND DOUBLE ROOM
to gentleman: soatharB sxnoure: ODno-
tltepark; rates low; rati aad see. uosffst
n w. est
I?OR RENT-S OR 1 NEAT AND COSY
" little rooms. UBfernltbed, very cheap; In
n w; housekeeping permitted. For Informa
tion apply at'JODEst n w. J5,st
F
OR RSMT-I'LXASANT FURNISHED
rooms: no children Is house Call at 34
Ind ave n w. ,Ht
IOR RENT-LAHCE FIRST-FLOOR KOOyi;
1 famished or partly furnlsbed; southern
and western exposure, overlooklBg Mount
Vernon Square wasthat n w. cor K. a.3t
"ClOR RENT-J LAHOE AND i HALL COM
Jj municatlng rooms, farnUbed, Sd floor,
singly or en suite; also 1 large and 1 ball
room, third ttot y front taaa Uth tt n w. g.St
1?OR HBNT-S ROOMS TO PEOPLE WITH
1? out children, on 3d door-, bo children na
the hoBse. Apply at 9 d tt n e. -B.lt
F
R RENT- UNFUBNISiHBD ROOMS. !Bt
O at s w. Call for weeks.
3Ut
TTOB HKNT- UNFURNISHED SECOND
X: ftoor roost; sea there exposure aad bay
Window; beat aad gas; rent moderate to
right party; references exchanged- KM X st
aw. ,
F
OR RENT-.' NICELY FURNISHED
cheerful rooms: raferenoaa ruouiru.1 In
tstmiUM.luw JB.k
1?OK ItEKT-Ml IsTH ST M W, BY SMALL
1 faisiJT. haadaojsu, aaita of sittmtf room
aad cbsmeer aad pttvate bath, un -M t)r;
evBtyUriBg first class.
ss.st
TVkR BElsT-A OUIBT UENTLEHAM CAN
J? rest atrely iumUbed room ia private
family tiKMaw
as.
pj
HEMT-UUJ B ST-MICELY FUR-
ulthsM front room with noardiatso a tew
table boarders waiued.
.
1TOR KEM'-Ualfi t VT V W- UNFUR
V nished rooms IneeJte In store of c.
KEKFtSLD. . .. ;g-!it
TJO BXNT-TM ttSrS ST M -l rHtBD-
V story back room fttrnitaarl, lor aeaUe
asea; tetsss moderate.
FIR REMT-1 LARGE FBilafT BWllOS
1st Soor. ul table fur invalid, with board,
two la Mea. 3; smaller rooms. SIS; near $
Uses ears 9 ISth st.
m
KtMw FIMS. LABaSM. DOUBLE
parlors aad furuUod roum. kUWQsl;
IV-
-st
Fat BEXT-11 UT8 T W, FUB, AMD
uufurui.lit'J ioobu in a large, uosnture
K bottse, -II modem iagproveeaanU; aeei
cur. Mas ave- l tt
Fftat
SEXT L'tiSUMKUiLKB lraTOUY
flat ol i ntstty andjBQst convBnlnt rooms.
via aas. eioseu. eaus, etc ; paniy Btrnn.
IU 50 per roooth in advtnte; desirable ueltth
torbood aw l-Ut- sis w Mt
PDR RXNT-FURJSlftBKD RUOM. A'lTll
or without board: cunveiUeet to cars and
the Dopartgx.il U Atoll Utb t u w -'if
.. T. i m . . . ,-
Pl
kSHT-l FL'RKISHKD UtMJM OK iO
ma froui. 1b a orlvale taaubr. with or
without board Apply 915 French st a w be
tWettu 'b and UHb. R and S. aMt
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ard Foreign Authors, upon
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No, 1 The Blind Men and
the Deril.
MyramEAs.
To be Followed by
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By AMANDA M. DOUGLAS.
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By OLIVER 0FTIC.
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PUBLISHERS,
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pgAL SBTATB HCLLKTIN
THOMAS K. WAbTlAMAN. NT F street.
Cbanges made Wednesdays and Saturdays.
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WIST END HOTEL.
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Announcemen
UNPRECEDENTED
ATTRACTON
Dyer a Million
DISTEIBUTED.
La. S. L.
Louisiana State Lottery Co,
Incorporated by tbe Legislate ret Mane
tloTial and charitable nnrposws, and Re Asm
ebtse made a part of the pretest State CWr
stltatroB, In tare, by aa oremrsraaistm rertt
ua TOT.
Its ORAISD XXTRAOH12AtlT; BMAW
1N08 take place nml-Anaeatly Utme astd
December), and Its ORAl) St!QtVst 2tttM
HER DRAWIos Uke piaee tn eeoe et tbe
ottrer ten saoetlM hi the year, and ate H
drawn la pebllcal tae Aeadeasytrf Maes,
JSewOrleeet, Le.
"We do hereby eetttfy that we meeryare
the ammreneBtt for all the Monthly Bad
teinl Annnal Irrawintrs ot the Leelstatw State
Lottery Co., awl In peraoa raaaaeeaesieeaf
trol the drawings tbeneelTes, aext that the
same ate conducted with honeaty, tatmees
and hi need faith tewartt all parties, ami we
antbertte tbe company to ate ibis eertlf oate,
with fee similes of oer signatures attecaed,
la its advertisements."
JCf
Comrnlssloners.
We the andershrned beaks aad baaksfe
will pay ait prises drawn la tbe Lotrlafaaa
mate Lotteries wbieh aay be preseated at
ear etmatets:
M. M. WALM8LKY, Ftes't U. Mat. Beak.
V. LANAUX. rret't Slats Mat. Beak.
A. BALDWIN. Fres't N O. Met. steak.
CAML KOIIN, rret't Union Mat. Beak.
WILL TAKI ILAC AT THE
New Orleans,
TUESDAY, SEPTE
BER 9, 1890,
CAPITAL PRIZE,
$300,000.
llliMI Tickets at $29 Kites, Sill
Otiaiiers, S5i Ms, ll
Tweniietbs, SI.
LIST OF PRIZES:
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