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THE DAIIrY CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, FEPTttMBElt 2, 1890.
AT THE CAPITOL, THE AftTW-OTTBRf BILL AM) TARIFF m Til 8 SKfATl CONTESTED ElEStlQfl M TOOSt. Mr. (Jsiim's Mvent Agstimt tin Plnkeftoas-A Bill to Pttfci fee Lives ef Tfml&rs. In the Senate this morulas; Jlr. Sdw jer, from the l'ostofflce Oommittce, re ported the Ilmtce anti-Lottery Mil, ami gave notice that he wotthl mk for Its consideration as sonn as the Tariff bill was passed. The Tariff Wll mm then taken tip and the sugar schedule was considered. Jlr. Carlisle gave notlM that ho would move to strike out all the paragraphs relailojt to bounties. Mr. Halo offered the reciprocity amendment, of which he gave notice', and spoke In support of It. in tub nousB. In the Iloueo, after routine business, the Clavton-Hrcchlnriilge , contested rlcctlon case from the Second Arkansas District came Up. Mr. Cooper of Ohio addressed the House In favor of the majority Unseat ing Mr. Urccklnrldco. Mr. Wilson of Missouri spoke In favor of the minority report, whloh declares Mr. Breckinridge entitled to hold his seat. To Protect Trayaler. Mr. Btockbrldgo to-doy Introduced a bill In the Hnuso to protect the lives of travelers and employes on railroads and the property of railroad companies In the District. The bill provides n penalty of a flno of not more than 110,000, anu Imprison ment of not loss than three nor more than ten years against any person who shall do anything "to obstruct, unset, overthrow, Injure, or destroy nny loco motive, tender, carriage, car or truck used on any railroad, whereby tho safety of any person traveling or being on such railroad is endangered." A penalty of a flno not exceeding $1,000 and imprisonment of not less than six months nor mora than three years for stoning or firing into a train, endangering the safety of nny one on the train. If any person bo Injured by. such act tho person so offending shall be deemed guilty of murder. Want n Uniform Ilnnkrunt Lnw. Mr. Eatos today proscntcd to the Senate the petition of citizens of Ten ncsscc praying for tho enactment of a uniform bankrupt law throughout tho United States. Ttie Lata Mr, Knndnll, Mr. Quay gave notice this morning that hu would ask tho Senate on Satur day, September 13, to consider resolu tlons relative to the death of the late ox bpeaktr Samuel J. Ilandall. Itettirned. Itcprcicntotlve Orren C. Moore Nashua, N. II., has returned from a visit to his home. Mr. Moore Is one of the best members of the House District Committee. CoDcefnlnc the Narcetit-at-Arui. Mr. Payno of New York, for tho select committee appointed last Decem ber to Investigate tho accounts of the Fcrgcant-at-Arms' ofllec, has reported a bill defining the duties of that officer. It makes him n disbursing officer. A long report accompanies the bill. AGAINST THE" TINKEUTONS. 1IEAIUNO GIVEN BY THE HOUSE COM MITTEE ON COMMENCE. Congressman John Qulnn of New York, accompanied by a committee ap pointed by various labor organizations, and composed of Thomas N. Levi, f resident of the Bricklayers' Union; I. J. Bchultels, chairman of tho legis lative committee of tho Knights of Labor, and Itobert McMackin, appeared to-day before the House Committee on Commerce to urge the passago of a bill to prevent railroad corporations giving Finkcrton men the police power which at present they usurp, A few days ago Mr. Qulnn offered a lesolutlon in the House calling upon the Committee of Commerce to present an amendment to the interstate com merce law to prevent railroads operating under that law from employing armed bodies of men like the Piokerton de tectives. Congressman Qulnn delivered an ad dress before the committee, in whieb he related how Plnkerton 'letectivas, at present employed by the New York Central Itallroau Compan-, had shot down Inoffensive citizen- of the city cf Albany, Mr, Quian claimed there was no adequate excuse for the employment of these armed bodies, as the police powers of the different States were abundantly abU to maintain law and order ami afford proper protection to property. He also claimed it was a violative of law to arm these men, who usually were rack less and belonged to the www elsuieuts of society. Mr. Schultela also addressed the com mittee, He said the labor orgaaisvt-1 Qutnn resolution. A sub cotollta of iv of tbe Um usiltee on CoBBMrc wu appointed to draw up an amamlmaat eaweaJsaf Use requirements of tb cat aaal report tit same to Uie Ho. Uc1 Man Ideatttfad. There have hmm (wo toe-Mag at tlw ij:orgue witbls. two days wkkk have 1 etn pronounced as "uaVaowsL" TBaw have been tdeatUtod as Jotut Daly aau Charles C. Ilai. .Shep" ITblte Acalu la Court. II. Buepfaenl Wb was hi Um Btptity Ccurt this aft boob toying to ropln possesslofi of Uue laftO wUsh wa takwt from him wkea wu Mirwlml Nw Uaiupsblra's Now Governor. Cokcobd. . H-. Sat. . Tb DemocroUc mum Oommlim omL naud Cb II. XmAm tot Gov- trnor True tbHutek, The bua. km raiMtili.ti.1 ana- Um. f ptLiid ihawptoa o wto tatwaMs of Um l olud Bute raUwaja at tgOmt Hum t I'ltn&da. Tfce Bpaakar'e iMnstlw Vtsann Haker Rom vynitak la $M to te -ciinufiy atfwtsd. M km ImJUmt -: i aim. J it la looking tor uof um th o u.q really praatit. .ie i ii iiv rni4)i"tsi1 simiwsn-i toth t ... l. vt Lmtvy wUi kMBW 9. O. IgtM. . i a ui Wwdniato, laytsaitiar . IwkU . .i.dUum iiwin w u Cvm, . ,c ,kca-e your U to aAtUK-t Wltdfc ,. L ill.- wt l 11 yJBjl4l BEFORE THE ARBmiATION COHHTTM TrylBR tt lyft m nmtmti fit tho Ttnllrmiu Strike. Nim Td, 9ft. S.-MeslW. Pttt cetl, Robertson MM Drmoriwi of ht 8rte Board of ArMtrltlon to day bwn thlt investlgatfon of the of 1 strike on the New York Central ami Utrtwrn River Itallroftd. II. WtHtaf Webb, third vleepresfdent of tfce ewnpany. appara with Frnnk Loomrs, counsel for the ro1, ami Hamilton Harris of Albany to advise him. General Roger A. Pryor was pTesent as counsel for the Knlthts of Labor. J. J. Holland ami A. W. Wright of the Qterl EeciKlv lKrd of the ltnlchts wtt also present. VIcePresMent Webb tesllned that the men left their positions voluntarily and their places had been filled. Mr. Webb said the discharged men were turned out because of the lack of em ployment ami unsatisfactory service. William A. Valentine, master work man of Assembly 10669, K. of L , and one of the discharged men, said he bad been accused of being a Itnlght and was discharged for that reason. Other dftcbarged employes, Dennis McCarty, J. C. Lee and others, testified to the same elTect. A WASHINGTON LADY'S JEWELS Stolen nt Newport unit n rtewnrrt Is OITered for Their Recovery. A Washington lady, who has been spending tho summer nt Newport, has returned to her homo and Is very de sirous of recovering tho jewols that were stolen from her cottaro thoro on the Cth day of August while she was away from homo. A gold hunting-case watch, several pieces of diamond jewelry, Including scarf pin, screw earrings, a six stone ring and a brace let, an heirloom in the family, were taken. She nt flrsthad an interview with tho Chief of Police of Newport. Mr. W. II. Osgood, and It was thought ndvlsnblo to suppress the theft In hopes of having the jewelry recovered. Tho loss nt the lime was called to the attention of tho police department bore and after a care ful Investigation they wcro satisfied that no one hero could In any way bo connected with the theft. Today Chief Osgood comes out with n re ward of $1,000 for tho recovery of tho jcwolry. AN EXPLOSION OF GAS. Dr. Utln I l'rcnljrry or This City lliully Injured, Shattlk, Wash., Sept. 2. An ex plosion of gas occurred In the Dlllor Hotel last night. Sevoral persons were Injured, among thorn Dr. Otis P. Pros brey, of Washington, D. C, editor of l'ubiie Opinkn, who had his fa:s and hands badly burned. Nebrnnkn't Wonderful l'ruiluctn. Giiand Isi-and, Nkb., Sept. 3. The beet sugar palace was formally opened this morning and thousands witnessed tho ceremony. Oovenor Thayer deliv ered tho opening address. The exhibi tions In the palace aro varied. Maple sugar, bcot sugar and the cane sugar Industries arc represented. Corn figure nl tho exhibit as do all the cereals and grasses grown In Nebraska, j 1'lEhtlnR l'or a Demi Man' lintnto. Judge Bradley In the Orphans' Court this morning heard further tostimony In the caie of tho estate of David W. Hawkins, the colored coachman, who died Intestate and whose property Is claimed by a number of parties. A number of witnesses testified to tho legitimacy of Sandy Hawkins, tho principal claimant, after which argu ments were commenced, lllds for the Colored Illsh School. Tho following bids for the new col ored high school were opened to-day by tho Commissioners: Jaraea F. Par sons. $75,6-10; Peter McCartney. 00, 068; J. H. Howlett, $83,000; William A. Klmmei, f 82.600; D. Macarty, f 81, 000; Bright. Humphrey Co.. $79,743; William T, Garrison. $70,443. Mr. Oar. rison afterwards changed his bid to $75,000. m i Transferred to the Comiulmlonera, The department of street cleaning and sewers, under the direction of Su perintendent Arnold, was today trans ferred to the Commissioners, together with all the tools and other Implements used in the department. A Kins; With Typhoid Fever. Lisbon, Sept. 2. King 'Charles Is suffering from an attack of typhoid fever, the result of drinking polluted water. The attack is not severe, ami no alarm is felt regarding his condition. 1 TbU the Moral ? ftom tkt JHrntuoftoUi Ttibuiu. The other sight a young lady at Hazardville, Pa., stole away to a for bidden ball with "an objectionable youBg man. Wben she retursed she tried to steal Into ber bed-room through, the window and her father shot ber, thinking she was a burglar. Tue moral of this la plain: Bfor stoaliag a war to a ball a young lady should stoat fcw papa's artiliory or carry a Uteh-key. l-'louert In London's Heart, la the very heatt of lh city of Loa don the Bask of Eaglaoj. boosts witkla its saered preclocta as Ue a sUow of rhododendrons as way bo seoa asy wltere la tho Loado raiHiu. Tm garden Is tastefully laid out hi a Kctaa tiular style asotuul a central fou-Uala. Th yousc Stock Kxcfcaago mob sHp So. ott fooio to bsiijftoo&i aod list a honttoo kie how tkk WBtta.ws5.wt supply. it II U V rfreae. r'roM MuMMt't WmU. "Would you Mtkor ssmsw the ailer boob at the bntiball aKaiiwh ar hose at the teswlg dukr" she UquiMsl, BahwK "Hwe.Vy ail weaw." he 'Those iae't a sasele Vmsoo ahaehi Isasaoosu Iwody q k, uui A Hlvt Vlur ur It. Jmmm . "Is thai the tmth yst aw teltte aw. JohMvyt" "Y-j iht la, , akutjU U'( a Dj yu kaaw whoi hocowai of little 0f who tot) atofbtr' "Yea. Thejrfsow wp to te gt nutn like ChMwcey Oeufsy-" Aa. assaeiiM Hatmtk. fttm Ms Um yr eeo. Mies KmHsmoisi Mi- Vmmmhf. you aw vct udet Mali wairisjg. Ho say PTkwhr (Ttssi ii tlTf) T law all out of aotu, Mil wobae VUayoad ias trtfaswitj mtot-Ttm I - fou couM sy towumlmt V jou irkd. TMtuHauc Hftaweaows Oeeol JTtom Uu ttufniu vwtmr. Tbe Sossier's oo$ue quotutu are gvUUif uuoa tbe deogcr Use. RETURNING THANKS. eifltESS 9F BA8T WAStlNSTOS T A IRATIFOL HDMOR over the Sw tf ti llrldge tftleWrw tn Annwnl Mfetltte tmt Mslit OHIfcru nml Dele RUtf-s KlcelMl. Thm Ea Wathlngton Cltifens' Ao eiatrcn met last night at the business office of Messrs. Weller A Itepettt to wind up a year's bnelneet, daring which they torn! rrtmie a gallant fight for the ttokiiBK of ike World's Fair at the Nv tlotral'CuplMl, anil carried to a success ful issue the Eastern Branch Bridge celebration. President George Francis Dawson occupied the chair, with Mr. A. F. Sperry secretary. The members of the aesoclalkm were in a happy ami thankful frame of mind over tbe great success of the bridge celebration. President Dawson, who Is also chair man of the executive committee, read tbe encouraging annual report, In whtch was embodied a series of resolutions thanking everybody who had any con nection with the observances incident to the bridge celebration. The clergy men, Commissioner Htnc, the Hon. Jonathan II. Howell, the orator of the day; Secretary Tracy, Professor Sousn, Mr. J. II. Hunter, loader of the vocal chorus; General Ordway, Colonel Moore, Lieutenant-Colonel Walton, Captain Burton H. Rosa of the Light Infantry Corps, Captain Domer of the FonclblM. Lieutenant Dunn of the Merchant's Hides, Lieutenant Morrow of the Cor coran Cadet Corps.and Light Battery A, representing the military portion of the demonstration, were all thanked, to gether with the, press, Wash. Nallor, who kindly tendered a Victoria, drawn by two milk white Arabian thorough breds, for tho Use of Chairman D.iwson and tho Hon. Mr. Howell, thellyglonlc Ice Company, tho parties having charge of the fireworks, bonfires and barbecue, Caplaln Hossoll, tho Washlneton Con tinentals and the boat clubs. On motion tho thanks of the associa tion were tendered to tho executive com mittee, nnd the name of Captain John S. Miller was added to those contained In tho executivo committee's resolu tions. The old officers were reelected for the ensuing year, viz: President, George Francis Dawson ; secretary, A. F. Sperrv, treasurer, M. I. Weller; Messrs. .1. V. Babson and Duncan Thompson of the executive committee, nnd the following delegates to the Citizens Representative Committee of 100, Messrs. K. 11. Stock Inp, J. W. Babson, Georee E. Hnrbln, John E. Herrell, V. B. Edwards. F. A. Lehman. Dr. J. Lee Adams, A. F. Sperry. M. I. Weller, John II. Walter, Duncan Thompson and George H. Do'hraer; alternates, H. P. Godwin. Adam Gaddic, II. F. Guv. P. .1. Lock wood, James Plant, A. D. Cbeseldlne, T. C. .Murray, W. Ii Maglnnls. Dr. W. II. C. Ha7n, S. A. Fitch, A. L. Bliss, J. T. I). Pyles. Tho association has reached such larcc and Inlluentl.il proportions that Mr. Weller thought It was time to hire a hall for the conducting of Its busi ness. On his motion President Daw son appointed Messrs. M. I. U'ellur, W. B. Marshe and Neill Dumont a' com mittee to secure n suitable hall. A lesolutlon of thanks was tendered Messrs. Weller & Ilepetti for the use of their office. The following new members were elected: Frank II Weller. J. F. Howl, Archibald M. Bliss, Frank P. .Morgan, John B. Miller, F. M. Buckingham. B. W. Guy, M. G. Copoland, Albert Curry, Henry Naylor, J. II. Buschcy, Dr. William B. French. CARELESS HOSE HANDLERS, Who Kpla.h Water on Ladle' Drea.ti and tiklrt. Editor Critk: The ladles who pass beck and forth In front of the National Hotel are anxious to know why the colord man who blacks shoes In front ami manipulates the hose about 5 or 0 o'clock in the evening should have so much latitude. He does not protend to pay any attention to passers-by, but floods the sidewalk just tbe same. On one occasion my light shoes wore al most completely soaked and my skirts dampened by the flow of water from the nozzle. I called the man's attention to the fact, but he passed it oil In a careless way. Shortly afterward I had occasion to watch another lady who was passing, aod unfortunately she met with the same experience that I had gone through. I think the use of the water on the sidewalk and pavement on warm days might be followed up by other business firms on the Avenue, but the hose ought to be placed in tbe hands of men who can exercise a little dis cretion. I am only one of many who are complaining and reiterate these opialoM. A Lady. SfB4'bor2. ltX). Ob, Girl., Missle Whatever pot it ib your bead to study Freach, Ethel? Ethel Apteeeof French poetry pub lished la the paper. I'm just dying to kaow the weaaias; of it, because I'w positive it's sonethlag real naughty. CDattttied oho Died. Hiefc. UUrmH-Os Moadav wonlag. at hue leia retMaeee, HStoad, Ttauimtmmy Cuasur. MJ . Mm. Ji PJjtr GittuE Fyaeral ftua the latufoaal Cfcamfc at iaeasBlorvtlla. M4.. to-woifow, Weeaee daf , at te o'c4oe&. eOJ.DMK.-On 1mi4 Sf. WOiai 11: P. .. Si ib t tern K. Soldo., befefoi aweeae of ilia K- Outoaa. ia tk atUt jewel Id see. Fuaerai WedatMdar at S o'elock. la the Jteraoua fraai kin late resMeaea. as L street taalheant. BAiiKAJ. - On Swaeer awlae. Aaaaat Si. aw, at s o'clock, rater i. aaaaaw. aSS OOKKLIKG.-Ob Si. taee. Mrs. of Tuaene M. Jeeaeie Sued Con Coakliag. darieatar of tie late Mean mti of miaAt-tbV leuVtock a. aT. UwaniM. Diw.'4edn jeers muULvi.-Oa ua4r. Aaaust . wet at ta. w. alter a loae Illness, Mary X. ul fiOuve. ia tWd sear of aerage. aaeeBeaaj'. acai 1 lew. t -aoutas wl ej. !' oat aeadar aeeost u. . as , iNeeru rujcawiaa. MceXAKl -On aiu . taw. at her lew hggeat uareer'a fStf, W. V . Mia aterr Mtteavow -Oe axum s, im la waah leatoa Cooaij, D. C.Tnuwts I(wSIp' ' JaoaPtlte. heleaCaat tut the naet tftr lean a cetMeat of tee BUtila. V , Moadey, lauuueouoi auetCiadttdajs. vBjxiJPii.-CB aaiouit &. USS. of atxm ktaaMU croat), aartoo V. FuIHtoe. ased JhuwraJ puvate. Kki U Oa aoa-inj. Aaeuat ji. ix,jx 4.4U v'v uc-k. t w . aitor 4 loue ni puiuitl UIlom, HutBiialle. bolurod wUa u(S t Put let, nad youiixaol iimulHur ui Satbtuitl iuJ Ue late bareE A Mblvr. TUUMA On siudjr. Auku-t il.lt, V .4b B OS JOi-bArd. th.luvcd UoaldJMl wX CAtUcrutc Tbuu-uo, iu bit W:b jcor i eaur.-i t Atvsaadcls. eairfBinhar 1. IBKL Himiil T in MCn J . as figgS RAN AWAY FKOM HOME. A Uaniehternr a well-ltmMrn 0lwrt rhjteln I)rpers. About ten days ago th danfthter of Dr. Sydney A. Snmby, a well-known colored doctor In South Washington, )ft her home, 315 F street sotrtliwest. Tne girl, whose nmm h Irene, but 11 ywtts oM, and fW ptepowewtsg lit arreitanc. From stories that she told htr friends she had wot been altogether at home since the death of her mother. She w In the habit of meeting a young colored man named Allen, aod oftea her father, finding the on the Hreet together, would order her horh. This chafed the girl a great deal, and finally she disappeared. Dr. Snmby reported the muter to the police, and an investigation has Iwen going on since to discover the where abonts of the girl. The father believes she Is either In New York or Haltlmore, while the police Incline to the belief that she Is hiding either In this city or Alexandria. Shortly after her disappearance an anonymous letter was written to the Commissioners declaring that Officer Eugene Smith of the Fo-trth precinct was concerned In her disappearance and knew her present whereabouts. This was promptly investigated, And resulted In the complete vindication of the officer. Today Dr. Sumby sent a letter to Colonel Hnbort saying he was satisfied that Mr. Smith knew nothing about the matter. An Incrende of 1'ny Drmnmted. Ciiicaoo, Sept. 2. A committee, representing the passenger nnd freight conductors of the Chicago and North western Hallway and all Its auxiliary lines except the Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha, was In Chicago yesterday In consultation with General Manager J. M. Whitman, regarding nn Increase of pay. At present the men arc paid from ?75 to $00 a month, but they demand a scale on the basis of $120 n month for the highest paid men. The conference was entirely harmoni ous, and the request of the men was taken under consideration, Trrnmirer tltiftton Wilt Not Iteslsn, A dispatch was published yesterday afternoon stating that Treasurer Huston while on a visit to Indiana had stated his Intention of resigning. Treasurer Huston has returned to tho city. Ho said that ho had no Intention of resign tag and was surprised on reading tho Item. Sl'UOIAI, NOTICISS. Kar-rssT liKMKVRD. dk. whitk, CniHOPODIST, 1414 Tenna. ave., opposite WlllantVi ttotet. 1 hounimls from far and near visit Ur. White's oMalill timent for relief from and avoidance of corns, bualnns, dleeated nails and alt ttber foot trocMes. llor.8a. m. tor. m. banilnyn.B to IS. Office fe, fl rer vlft for lmttlnfc tbe feet In rood order, jfetabllshed, tar WAH1HNOTON 8AFK DEPOSIT CO.. vis anu vis rennsyirama avenue. F.TOKAGK DEPARTMENT. Rooms Are ami burglar proof, and all above jtri nnd, arlkularly adapted for tlw storace of furniture, tilctnrts, .to. auM Im y WasHivetotf, D. C.Anc. 1 1W. VMitriif to retire from active tnHnem, I bare tbln dr nold all mv Interest In the rlrm of II. K. Main A Co. to Mr. Lewli (J. Tawks burr. Hanker and Ilroker, of New York Cltr. Tbe bailae.i hereafter will be conduoted In tbe name cf Lenin G. Tewktbury A Co. Sir. W. 11. Illbbs.who ba been aocUted with mo for tlto pan elalit yeM. oonttnnos with tbe new firm and will remain In charge of the Washington oMce. Sir. Illbbs netxU no reooroniadathn,as bin lntrltr and abil ity are welt known, but I take pleasure In recommending my uceorsto ray patrons and tbe pub Mo anrallyai being In all re pects worthy of tbelrconodenee and troa ace. JJ. K. PLAIN. Ol'TOF-TOWN BU8IN8S6A SPKaALTr. Lewie a. Tewkibur y. W. II. Illbbs, Hanker, New York, to llroadway, t'bleaffo, Washlneton, tl.tSNcw.t., Wasblngton. D. C New York. Manager. LEWIS G. TEWKSBURY & CO., SUCCESSORS TO B, K. PLAIN & CO., BANKS RS, 1W8F8T., WASHINGTON, D. C. IsvestEBtat Securities Bongbt and Sold. OKDER8 EXECUTED IN Stocks, Bonis, Grain and Petroleum FOR CASn OR ON MARGIN. 4 per eot. later et aliened oa depMHssab lei to clMwk. 6 per eent- latsrest altowed os Eaarataao eounts. Dally Market Letter forwarded ec apaU turn. CuEBtast Qaetattoss of all Markets over or own I'rlTate Wire. TsuraeHX Oiu. SW. CabucApb "Lapwlag." JfTEMPORAHY OFFICE OF THB a WASHINOTON LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY. JCOtF street a. w. CAPITAL t,O0CsCOO, This company Umm ertuteata of de W beiriag latarwit a followe: Oa all aaMMiats depMHed for ataxy days or sa e. bat Wee taufi six BHiataa. S per seat, per aaaoaa; M par eeat. oa depolU for bmm tl a ix BHWta. et teu than a yaaraod t preeU. oa dpoait of one year or toatBtr. Scard taTtBiet for sala. Mo&tfF Loaned. W. B. BOBIbON. See. B. H. WARNER. PfiM. WRBOTORfe: Cbarto B. BUr, eeoaaa F. Skafr, Jataea L. Barhoar, Joha A. HaaIH.a. Gotaw K- Bartol, Thoauu SocavUl. RiehaMt WVCby. Joka A. Swow, Bor S. Caas, J. S. wormt, tokm Jey UM. flaottBiTriHi iiril, CaarlM J. FaSftiT. H.H.as, AlhartF. y. ri.Wgjaa. rti,, cj, a" vp Vknd JoiBVLaraBT, ti ieaiL WtUOnaoa. a. a. wentKmm rar CHAHTkUUCO BY OOMURB WW. FnAXKLIK ISSITUA.KCE CO. Of WASHlMtfrON. B. c. CAPITAL AXD Sl'MPLUB. U JMBl-, U mi toBtaaixf a lu by ira, but always Sa3 rctXf SG&Tmk viea-B(at: CaarlM S. Jhndr.aa.;T fc? wiek Ton-, aac'r wUi P. Botator. aVt imfr- 1 a.Sas 4. WlLLLtX LZB (tJiBinaaaor to Haawy Lee's Am). VMS WASBaL SttFA. AVB.N. W.. Braavafc Oaaca. m SrtlBa' tw a.w. mv war kavx yoatr iurw tt mf f ! tjk lm ' I btI a mg MHMMI 3SaXnc4rT. Tmili CLs irtWi.VBi tub VBrrriBB blbvatub THB kflf BLBVAbSSB TtlB WuRU. OarBa.( Baaspwt nttoe baat build- tam Ib aBtan St taw last tw yt L'f a nroauitl fnmlakad. Alao aittuU tot uw " -- TTT rtL Pusm HSfBliUi atrest t nil, aal mA aj b iT otty. CV1 a Vi Ma ate u. th anauasu iu. atrit i 3 aim uaswraj wuiVam Btevor un aaad. wajarnomi uusa hw w iuvs S0tttSwt fSLAltfBBl LAJMBBI Ibtm. jflafufjircv BMbBI rrami bb5S bbb aaa aw saw aninna MMattC. ttasrandlaa ki wreMi am. -" r Jfjrcf J sreeiAr. wot! ore. BH3r PROTRCT ,VB AOAtaf s35" TYIBOtn idaMba TTVKK ALARIAb TheAlTflrr7T1l.lt wn iViimMtM nre- rarcil to fnnMeitte a- ' dWnfect ail preimw Irivadf d tiy typhnM . I other maHKnant and con'aalnn fevr- A k yonr drnirilM or c nt for tlw ALV V RFZ rtoSBT ASP dtSacX)!. mStfrFRCT ANT Prlcw. see. aid I not. For far tl he r Infermatfen sdrtsw tins rwnt. at T ft. n. . . - -. njn.im WAJfTKDIIHI.fi rANTP-A RBWRCTAftL TOUM colored woman as chantwrmatd and waltre?; mnt hae (toed ngfaTWiccs. Apply at HOB vt are n w. i Wn ANTJSP-s eiRtA 1 FOR 9R1BAL bonrework and 1 m rmrm: mmi star at nltht and bate etty tsferences. Apply la store. 1 K F t n w. 4,-lt W rANTRD-A OOOH OIRL TO DO ORN I eral bnnMnrntk. cnnktlMr. Wnsblnc and imnbiir: wWt pmerfsd; wates sapw month. I0lflllthtn w. , .lt fANTRD-COMPRtBNT SKIRT ASB t V waist hands at Mrs. LA BRU.R'S, 11 V t a ve. .3t w ANTRD-A 8BTT1.RD WOMAN TO f T nnili. WTin rail irtin nnri a, nencrm hoBWwotkjmnst stay atnlaht: refertneere onfted. HSCstne a. St AV fANTED-A OOOD CiBNRRAL COOK IN priTwio lanniy. appit m'v Rmw. v.n rANTBD-BOT WHO HAS A KNOWL- Hge of the baker's trade m on who wants to leant It. laqntreat lnmNCapst. rANTRD-AVOMAN TO DO ORNRItM. btiBwotk In family of i: whttfl pte-ferted- Apply with reference atSIA V st n w. S,3t rANTRD-ANKXr'ERIFNfRDRRTTLKI) wotrun to cook, wash and Iron; ton xtagfs. Apply 18 Pain w. 1 ,at rANTRD-nY A LADY IN OFnCBi A l white woman to l ore era) homework. Inquire after 1 o'clock at lSUWallach Place. LSt rANTRD-AN RXPBniKNCBD WI11TB girl to cook, wash and Iron In family of i; mart ttfty at night nnd bring references frnmlat employer. Apply at once at 1S9S 15th it n w. l,9t WANTED-A WIUTR OIHL FOR OBN cral lioniework. Inquire at K8J Sth stnw. Mt WANTBD-A WOMAN TO DO.OBNRHAI, howework In small family; white womin preferred. Call at 3(iot nw. lt W ANTRD-A I. RAT WOMAN FOR I.IOIIT honiework; 3 In family; wages lit: also a etilored man to attend around the botte and eare for hore. sas K t n w. I.at irANTRD-A OIRL FOR OBNEItAL Vt bott'ovfork.oook, wathlng and Ironing; mnt stay at night; references. Apply 191 Pnavej LJt rANTfc-A NKAT filKL, WHITE till colored, for general honwwork and to cook for small famtlt; rtferences requlreilj wnre !R. 1TSO lSih i n w. , IM "WT ANTKIl-OKllMAN PUOFE-WOR OF IN VV iitrtimental mtiflo In a reboot In Fred ericksburg. Va. Apply at once to Lock Hoi as, FroderlckKbnrg, rg, va WANTED-A DHESHMAKKKATSeO F8T a w. Call bet 7 and I a m. Me rANTBD-FIH8T-CLA83 WHITK COOK; alo a laandress or Catholic University. rrook'and. II V. S0t WANTKD-AN INTKI.LIUK.NT. N8AT colored woman tor peneral loniwork In family of t: can And good home ami gol wages; bet of references required. lUJt T stn w after Spm. S0,St rANTBD-llBSI'RtTADl.K HITS OIHL a chambermaid and nurse In a nmal family, fail at lnsthtn w. 'H.at rANTED-A OIHL FOR OKNKHAL bontewotk: mutt Im a good cook and UnndreM. Apply at MOT tj H n w.Mfereni-ei tequ'rwl. M rANTRD-A tHD, PLAIN COOK who Y) can wathand Iron: must be neat, will ing and renpeclnble; good wage to right patty. Apply at leoe '.At tt, after T p m or before coon Sl.lt WANTBD-K1T. a. ItRI.IAHLR, 1IONBST wbltn or colored woman for general housework; rnuit be good cook; no washing; warn. 310: mutt have good city reference; Call after ft. lPtt mint n w. aytt -VANTEP-A COLOHBD OIHL TO DO V general bouework; to go home at nlaht. Inquire at 4K 10th at n w. HpaUIn Tit.St tVANTKIt SITUATIONS. X-irANTEP-FinSTCLASS DHBtilMAKKK would like tn go oiit by the day In faml- Hoe. CallattUOStnatnw. IM TANTED-BY A PBsTBCTABLB COL'D glrl.kltuatlonaa cook, chambermaid or narre; references given. Addreaa W I it n w. , ArANTKD-DY A YOUNCJ COL'D MAN, A altuatlon; Loute or oat work. Call at aisavtlntnw. , YUANTED-HY A FIIteT-CLASB LAUN- t dret. colored, will take washing boaw or go out by tbe day. Addreaa No. Ilerea tt n w. J Jt "rASTBD-BY RXPEHIKNCBD AND raspeetable colored yoatb. a itaatloa In private family to watt, drive or work around boaae. Call or address 1114 1Mb it aw. .3t "r ANTED-UY A COMPBTBNTCOLORBD glrl.a iltnatlon a nurae, ebambemMld or waltreea. Apply at Dan I at a w, Ua- meat door. t -rtJANTED-SITUATION 'IN SCHOOL OR family by a louBK lady who baabad sev eral yearn' experience la teaching Rngttah branebas and muale: refareocea eiebangad. Addreaa M. II., tialtbtT.burit. Moatgouwrr CowBty. Md. 13t VANTBD-UYA WRSTERN WOMAN, A 11 situation a bowekeener; so objection to tbe eoaatry. L II C. tbU ogaoa- l.H STANTED-IBYTA SBTTLBD WHITE lady, a situation as houtekeepar for ower; .referencM. Addreaa Sua ttb at nw. J0.H WANTKO Stl-SOKLLANKOUS. w ANTBD-HOHSBB TO PASTURE AT General Bal'a farm at S3 oar month: baet af paatBra. rUBBisg watar aad pUaty of atede, with earef Hi alHUMuABBly to te eral manager. B. B.'LAFFBRTY. JOtb at and La ave. or at tbe farm. Tatepaoan call, 705- A FEW DBIHRABLK ROOM8, WITH mhb power, good atovator sanrtea aad irat Um JaBKoNBlp, In the POoT BUILDING. for real at low rata to liat-aLua teoaau. Anaay to STtLSOM HUTCHINa', MS Poat BaiUSBK, or FRANK MAOU1RB,- SuparU Uaaaat. FUII SALE-UOUSB), jje OR fcALBTTWO-tfTORY XBW HOUSE, at SIS su.nk: zl ua id iiO nor aaialk on deferred payants. Ob thaa Ii mis yoa ca own a bubm aa aaay as you g--'- h'xm2Sjtw. 17WBCBD tALB OP RBAL BSTATX. 1' DO YOU WAST A SKAPt That Sae old BoaMataad. 8ai q u n w, MMaprB aoarly at . (oat of wound aad aateas t moat aaUKhtr atotmrtoas in GorcawB. will b aold at a -rigno if takaBMoa. Tvrau caa be mada sattaao tor: bat tho Dcoaortr moat bo aold at oooe- Key at Mr C. FKkUas'a a ca. Ui.b t. imoanui uvn. Writa to L. U J(N1MU. Bttbatttavllle. Va. a.tf TOR BALB-IN ALBXAVBdUA. SROOK J: frajno hoa,Joat InUhlng; oydit yaW;kt laxISTamu homo: prloo, S8-. Ap Biy to BOaUOrT JTrkoMAa. Boom Bo. . ttil T70gALB-1 OF THE CHJCAPaaT i: BUBBva ib ft aamaaTHj. mv ihw am lUaatse; two-atury aad bnaaaiant, browa atoM trlaaslaaa; 1 rooms aad bath; ataotrta 53a aad sas; prlco. fSJuv aack, t) oaah a, jm, mm aaa ib wmmmmmm mr . m sjasai mm sbibbb- iaa I'KKMMiAL. MOKY TU I4IA. foBBYTO LOAKOM RBAL STAT UM fi.1 Bgatdaaa.aacarlaia at omm wu, 4 aClr o daw waore aacurity ia gooo. ul c uaaaa. mis lit at n w. IS 0 LOAM Utt UOO BCITY. on., ct La aw. Tl.l OMBT. MX Uf ALL aUaW- W IMM OH BaX BsnTATB aaVUKlTY. T S AaW PBB CBJaT. AJOatBTTOUMJf lBBBaaat, to amis Ob AMMWangaal Ratal ! artey. &ft -, K '; 8BAL BTAT AJU Li2 a to all tutru uf too olty Ufa and Vtna (.'or us Mb iid V is If It Droit riopoAt.a. I)i(iPO!AL FOB ,COHBTRUCT!W. At 1 sddn . rial stotj wt the Fourth rechret Station nonse.-Orlc of the ComtiHMiTrer, T ( , waMtejm. p. c . Amwt . ism Fealed pronnmls wm be rrMrtyed atthlS fifty etmtll IS oelocltm on wRPNEMUY, aRPT to. tstti, for eoristm -tin additional Sort on FftBTtli rTeclrtct Poltca Station ne. ftpnttrg on B street, netwisen F.jnr and a Imtf and Sltth street sntht. BMti fotiris of lYonosils and SpecMI cation to Mnr fth ail neetsrt Information, can waoMlviel tweil aWh-tl.m therefor at the Offlce of the Wipetorof Bnlldlngs of th TWrlct of CoinmMa, and only Wdt non thc fortris will hvt considered. The right la reervd to reject any and all Mdt. J. W. DOTJjlA'W. kftSiftltT. rrt.et ComtBisrtoTieT. o. c. IiROrOSALS FOR FRESH VEORTABMiH (potatoaa aan onions) Office a . c s . a-hmrtoti Barra'ks, P. C Angnt 47. laan, Sealed proposals. In ttlpilcate. nbjcct to thnml coltdftron. with a copy of thld TimlsiBWnt attached, will he received at thtioftce nntll IS o'clock neon on sKPTRSt BRR ST. ISW, and then opened In the peeence oftiMrtefs, for fnrnlhine and delltertrrg the wshTtiawablMrvqnlredby the mib1tenc Pepartment. U. S. Army, at this pot, for Isene to trnons thereat ilnrlnc the remainder of the fiscal year ending tnne Vt, 1SS1 The fresh vegetables mnst he In good, wholesome condition. Camples mnt accompany nv posals. Preference will be given to article of domestic prodtrctlon. condition of nnalfty and price Unclndlnc In the prte nt lntpt pmdnctloiisormannfactnresOm dntv there en) being equal. Propoi, maat b Inelosod In sealed envetoties marked ''rrojwjsnia for Fresh Vegetable1,' and addressed to the nn der stanta. The Ofnetiimmt teserves the right to reject nny or all ntoiwaK Fall In formation may be obtained by application to this oce. CONRTANTINB CTIASB. First LIBt, Jt. Q. M., Sd Att'y, A. C. 9. sel..S.tjrea T)ROr08ALS FOR LATINO ASPHALT 1 . 4 ri'AVEMBNTS Under tbe Permit System In the Plstrlctof CofmrtMa. (rrttenr rnBCojiMfesroaBns D. C, WAniRno. I c.., Au. as, ism. Pcaleil proposals vll! be recetve'l at this office nntll IS o'clock m. on WRPNBWRAY. PBITKMBKR IflL 1S90. for Improving streets ami avennes with roadway pavements tinder the permit system. Illank forms of proposals and ipeolfteatlons can be obtained nt this office npon apptrsa tlon therefor, together with nil necessary In formation, ard only bids upon these forms will be considered. The right. Is reserved to reject any and all bids or i sir ts of bids. J.W. POUOLA98, L.O. UliCfc II. M. KOBRtlT, antMt ConMalaaluaatii D C. FOIt ItllNTltOO.ttS, F OIlItJNT-IUvirril 8TN W, OPPOSTTR Tie Fales st NleelT furnhlied 1 slorv front and communicating hall room: also otberrijoms; with or wlthont hoard. a.t J' ?Oll IlKNT-l UNFURNISHED FRONT ' room, al Boor; suitable for a widow or idy In onlce'.iotivenleat to ears. 1S0 Sth st n w. it.st rjOU ItENT-NICKLY FURNPtllRD ROOMS; L southern estsisure: single or en suite; larrn closets; no children; ball room, with folding bed, 55. tan Ind ave n w, near Id st. 3.H v: OH HENT-we BTH HTN W- UNFUR nlshed rooms for llslit honsekeenlnc: In splendid order: with .1 closets: also kitahen and dining room on 1st floor to caterer; rent cheap M, FOIt HENT-f UnN!8!IKD "RONT IIOOH with btnl for I or S gentlemen; alto ray hoard. T 10th stnw ajj ITOR RLNT-9M 9T1I NT N W-S ROOMS. L-1 or. tninllil or anf iirnlshed. x,St FOR HUNT-NEWLY FUHNItllEI) FROVT room: also parlor floor. 1M0 11 st a w. S.St F OR RBNT-t NICB. LAROR FURfslI'D room. Sd Sour: board near: ventle-nin preferred tK per month; references; ear and i.erdlc l4lrircorant. J St F1 OK HBNT-FUHNI8IIBD OR UNFUR nlabetl. south fronts several large com munlcatlng rooms; newly repaired, well fur nished; no bonsekeepleg; Northern private family. Call after 4. Ml ft st n w. IM T?OK HBNT-1 FURNISHED ROOM. Froat 1 or back; cheap; to centlesaa only. 709 Cstne. Wt ITiOH RENT-S. COMMUNICATINO HAND ; somely furnished rooms. tlSTlSthatn w, near cor Mass ave, with board; reference exchanged. IA. I?OR RBNT-1N PRIVATE FAMILY. FOUR : fnrnlsbed rooms: 3 communicating on sd floor and 1 Sd floor front; southern exposure, lias L it n w; refvreaces; excellent table board. l,t J70K BKNT-N1CBLY FURNISHED FRONT ! room lor bouae keeping. IM Md are aw. i,at I?OIt HENT-FUItNISIlKD ROOMS FOR gentlemen;! aad Sd floor. llsllWh at n w. l.St T70H KENr-FUllNlSUED OR UNFUR V nltbea rooms, 1st or t floors. Apply Her N 11 are. fjt I?OR IIKNT-PLEAHANT FRONT ROOM ? on M floor of nicely farnlabed boaaaoe eupled by owner; convenient to all car llaos; tlO a moBlb. ! K at B w. Lit po R RENT-A PLBASANT FUKNIHHHD room to one or 2 gentlemen: 1 floor: aaa and batb: reBt. ?. SfeHHbstaw. IJk ITIOH HEXT-X LAROB ROOMS. D FLOOR, I' furnished or unfurnished; alto OBOoaM Moorfrint. ill.' M stnw. I,St FR RENT-FURNI6HBD OR UNFUR nUbed; well-bred people daslrad, sloa folks In home; homo comforts; baautual rooms; handsome bouse; daairablsi looaBty. tlOSdttnw. S8.k FOIt ItENT-i NICELY FURNInllEDProat rooms. 3d floor; tellable for two or four gaBtlaaen; itood board within twobloak. Address or call Ml A Ma a. 38.U F OR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED Roobm, elngle or an awte; n floor; aoutbara os- tioaure. ies F st n w. J0.Jt FOR REhT-lWt 1ITH. OPPOSITE THE Portland: Sd story Iroat; tuvadsomaiy furslsbail. with flrtt class board. Mk FOR RKNT-XORSUNFlTRNISIIBDRooaw. xd fleer. tsasiubatBw. 30.SX F)R RENT-SMALL ROOMS WITH Board. SIS; board, without ruooM, SU par aaoaM. SCSHWhatBW. 1TOR RBNT-AT UU PIERCE FLACB- J1 eommBDioatlsg rooms. Sd floor; bay wladow, alcove, light, hast and batfc; at raasoaapia. T?OR RENT-ri'KNIaHBD OR UNFBR- Bbbed rooBia. tlagiesr aa salsa; enawn tadalia-btfullylocatad; Krram vary mndarata. Call between 'J and II a at at T B at a w. SO.St FOll HU.NTlIOUSrW aae-p -a-s.-s.i.-' ,- slewevseBVW,Yassv' rV)R BlrT-ONWJHJBia-. MIS Mass ava, IT n aad atabla Mtt Bvv llw Hit Cobb aye, tt n taf f ttaSMstaw.Ur ig MU at ex. Mm i UasBatBW, Uh Ui MSO laU at B w. It ta rTS7 O at a w. U ss !?c PatBW.U N Tela Hat a w. M is .... s Lafaiett aqoaaa, sa. -" tlSKsta w. lira MM MMCkMtaaiw.UM. MX BUlyer Place. U .. MVKatSW.H H M lSli Oubw, Um MM 174 X at a w. I n MM 1M ataaaa at, . MM MSvTaveBw.ln f M llsSmbstB w.Iia - M IMS UU at a v. I ts .- 14MBtaw,ra MM lMtrbap-at.tt MM uumiiitsw.ilH MM ltM Ttb t a w. atr aad 4 MMe.ataw.flas UU Hare PlaO. b rs MS lata at w.t as TtM.ta. !S uh at a w. g as MUiKUiata w. in 9 l)k UE.T TVO - V H lUOB btM saaBBaBiia. fplifal M -tTf tVt- tt--r -tnif haatl aal Ij-bllsfl aU - rafastowa. UobB6rA.aaBJUia, mw k.st BjaTuu&akf' tt kUUiU MBsTelllsaSB7aw spaa asassBBBBBBBBBajBaaiafjBBBBBav ks 4ataLaB Btyat lk, mflljaa" BaVaffsssBBsmBB SPapmsBaBmmmB "a aw psasBes-ss CUMMtilUBB, UF UBkUM. a. l BUY COM R OF UBBOs BOB ALL SutsM d Twrludaa. SSS Lv aie.. opo. & y BI rryn mams An iiknt. T3 BAL BBTATB BTTLLBTm TRMIAft . AAA1. 917 1 street. Chaws msde IPetrrtewtatS atnP aatardara. STOftT BRTCK ASflmlll lWrjsMj FOB lOiSOThstn w, bh,l, Wrs tis.3 aPTO't n w. bh.ral.lofs .J lrasthstn w.hn, rs 8 10 Mass are n W, f 7i. rs . lt Bonadart tt n w. f h, 8 rs 7,m Is1 nw.hn. 11 .; wssthst a w. BMnl.Srs 4) sai Kfta w, bh. rs JJ HlSN4arjBvf h.flrs li9SthstflVolt,8rs...... :...L 1.8S" t-8TOHT BMrtnt AM JJRAMB iWlrassS ItPB wr and ana ft tte ad st 8th st and i nnimbtotSJQ Iota, se 81 Sw sst to tftsi P st s a. f h, 8 rs s,mj Srtht ,nh.8rn tjm Bis iithstse. hh.srs ,8W ..s nth st s a. f Kni i,a AUet bat aint rth, O afrt B sts s e, . bn, rs i.M 80B TW h it S e. f h, 5 rs 1J0 issn MMRsts. t h. Srseach tjKm 7 Hope ave s e, b h, 1 rs IM fll.stse. bh. sr 8SB UNIMntOTKB t'ROPBRTt FOR BALK. G st, bet N Cap and 1st sts a w and b h on rear of lot : for all .M.oW Par hart Pat t lot S, K st, bet lh and 17th sts a w $t. L st, bet 1Mb and lth sts n w id tjst, bet 15th and 18th sts n w STS loth st. bet M and N sts n w ITS 7th st, net F and 8 sts a w 1 TS Mth st. bet L ami M Sts n w 198 IMhst, bet Sand F sts n w 1 80th st. bet S mm 0 stsn w 1 3 O st, betlst amtSB sttn w 8s HOOSBS FOR RBNT, r month. IS31 Vt ave a w, 8 rs 17 88 TllSstBW.Srs 80 lHIMlttw. 8 rs 88 Upper part ltSSt'stn w.Srs MSB TsfNtapttolst.frs 18 sens R t n w, 8 rs 18 f Mlltne,6rs 18 eg 1SS6 (i h n w. s rs ItM tTM. KTHSthHrsad.ers UppertmrtlStHKstnw.ini WW STORE. OFF1CB8. BTtt Hall, Sd floor. 419 Itth stnw M Sir fttnl ilK-Marl st s w. S rs MM ttr and dwg 1M1 Md are n e, 8 rs It 88 sets i ave, minoor.3 rs su Str ami dw 1880 Pel nve n w. 7 rs SA f store 4411 rt stnw, 8 rs MM file sari rit HU t st n n.Srs 18 (M St'S 1Mb st, room 3. Sd floor, front JB 00 unnton Ktillolng, rtom 18 SO Stable rear 887 B st n w 8 08 LOANS. Id snms to salt at 6 per etit. . The above Is only a portion of Us property on my books. For full list oall at ofllee for bulletin, lseued oa tbe 1st and 1Mb. T. K. WAIK1AMAN. Announcement. Messrs.Lee&Shepard Announce the Publication ol a Library to be Called A -a GOOD COMPANY SERIES. -a . .. This series will be issued in monthly parts and will consist of choice works by some oi the best American ard Foreign Authors, upon various subjects, including Fiction, Biography, History, Essays, &c. The initial volume of the series Is now ready. Each Nurcle. Will Be Ctfupleie Id Itself. Ho, 1 The Blind Men and itie Devil. By FHIXEAa. To be PoIIowod by Ho, 2 In Tfuslj or, Dr. Ber trand's Household, By AMANDA M. DOUGLAS. No. 3 Three Million Dollars, By OL1VBK OFHC. StikcriptiM Price, 15 Per Yetr, TWBIVB NUMBBBM. Single Numbers, 50e. VubacrtBttoai recalvad by all aoakfaUata aad Bawidaahsts aad aay ataxus nnmaar aaBt poatpaM oa soasiDt of price- LEE & SHEPARD, PUBLISHERS, BOaTTOX. I'MMKK KKaiSKTO, LONG BRANCH. WEST END HOTEL. Cott&gas nnd Rataurant Parlor concerts every morning at 11 o'clock aad Sunday cvis coaoaruat Cast AmaarmaBt Ball by Eftcti liw's llkki fctiwia, Taala d'Bute and Baalsnraat aokauayi. dead to be the 4Bal of aay la or oat of Bsw D. V. W. B. B1LPBBTH. Long Beach Hotl. LOKti BBACB. L. I.. "Oa toeAtiaaUc." OoiyL fxoasMsiYor rtSLst aad Hafeat IsgllBsttteB via tsTrsaatral HmsIo Tvioa (sbUb. POUPP LOOSMWT aWIL Vivo adlaa aaat of BB asltsoa. BiaVntf aailli aitd nasla is ta baf wad oeaaA- JOH T. PBVUHB. Itaaaaw. lKSM aPtllB, I. T. Hotel Earlington, Pruotuu; Park i-a .Vw Bailitni Bstah.ian Tisjtrarn-', Cl , AUurtES Sl.i.Jili M B.1KLE ULcr 1 Pi.,lLui UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION yer a Million DISTEIBUTED, La. S. L. Louisiana State Lottery Co. Itieotroratsst hy the LstRslaratv for educa tional and charitable iwipwea, abi Its fran- OBflW IMHff) ft BfX Of 89 fTd"9llt SVAfO OOH ffttt-ilOsBhi MrFI, by mi otiAwnNaifiM jvtu tiAR tVTKs Its OHA?IO BmLVOBOtXABY BRAW 13WS tB phresj 9eBtt-Asmtany Mae and Dsswmrwr), and Ks OK AMD SIMflLK NUM BKR 0BAWIKOB take tdtMW la Mlh of the otlssr ton months! la tha yanr, a nit aro all drawn In tssMte, at tbe Aaadsny ot Msslc, Mew Orleaas, La. "We do hereby certify that we saserrlse the amnceneats for at, the Monthly aad genl-Aannal Drawings of theLontataaa State Lottery Ct., aad In rerson manafe aad eon trol the drawhias thenssetm, anst that tbe same are cond acted with honesty, faJmess and la rood faith toward al, parties, aad we anthortM the oorny tons this sortMoate, with fM sttnllas of oar sbrnalarea attaehed, la Its advertisement." Jtf$ Commissioners. We the aaderslaned banks aad banters will pay all prtsas drawn in tbe Lenfcrian State Lotteries whieb saay be presented at oar cn titers: H. M. WAI.Mit.Ky. Pres't La. Nat. Baak. P. LANAUX. Proa't fftate Mat. Bank. A. BALDWIX Prest X. O. Mat. Bank. CAUL KOHX, Pres't Union Nat. Bank. rawing WILL TAKB PLACB AT TUB ACADEMY OF MUSIC, New Orleans, TUESDAY, SEPTEM BER 9, 1890, CAPITAL PRIZE, $300,000. 1S8,H8 Tickets ai $20i HaWes, SISf Qiaiieis, S5i Tesltis, ll Twentieibs, SI . 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