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THE DAILY CRITIC, WEDNBSDATJ EVENING, PEl'TKMHEIl !i, 1800.
4 THE VISITORS' Gil THE GOVKRtfMBKT BBILBim rnThK, Snnare, RtntweS fhtrtlew. awtf Oilier ihrtnl of Aftfwetrr THE WAT TO KHACII THK.H, Washington Is fast becoming the mot at tractive fity of the eonmry. AS th iwpttal of the Nation If presents wore object of Inwirsi to the visitor than any other on theotmtrnent, and a brief directory of It prominent points will be of service to the met nrnnberof rer uns who annually resort to the political metropolis For It Is esMnnted that owr three hnndred th' nsand stranaers pay ft visit every yrartothlsr-ltvtobnnold the varied ohtects of interest which so thickly stttd the historic 'Ten Miles Sonars" Tl c Sytttm of Xumbrhg Hon S. Stunners are displayed oxer the entrances to ail hongs, ansl the decimal system, as adopted In Philadelphia, Is used one hnndred 'nnmbers bring allotted to each square or block commenclnR at First street wnt, run ning West, First street east, running east, A street north running Berth, and A street smith running south. The odd numbers are always on tho right-hand side going from the Oapttol, and tho even numbers on the left-hand side. The elty Is divided Into four quarters or sec tions, northeast and northwest, southeast and southwest, the streets being designated ac cordingly; those running north and sonth nu merically, and thoserunnlng east and west by mo letters 01 menipnaDci, meiimumg lines being North and SonthCapltoI streets, running on a line due north and south from the Capitol and East rapltol street, and the continuation onhe same west of tho Capitol, running due east and west. The Capitol This great building Is the central point of the original District, and Is the largest edlfleo In the country. Its centre marks tho Me redlanof Washington. Tbemlddlo portion, Immediately tinder tho dome. Is the part first bunt. It was partially destroyed by the British In 1814, but was completely restored by 1827. It Incloses the "crypt" where the remains of Washington were Intended to bo placed, the Library, tbo Itotnnda, tno old Heprtscntatlves Hall, now the nailery of Btatuary.and tho old Senate Chamber, now the Supremo Court-room. Tho old Supremo Court-room. In tho first story, Is now oocupled by the Law Itrancb of tho Library, The corner-stone, of the Capitol extension tho north and sonth wings was laid July -I, J801, Daniel Webster delivering tho oration of the occasion from the balcony of tho Library. The south wing contains tho II0no of Representatives nnd the north wing tho Berate Chamber. Tho Kotnnda Is distin guished for its htstorld. paintings, for tho laroousbronre doors, with their alto reliefs,, and for Brumldl's I rescolngs In the Hall of mutuary aro tho natural pictures In Potomno marbles, representing faces of certain Ameri can statesmen a plctnresque freak of nature. From tho lit tlo rotunda. Immediately north of the great rotunda, thostalrcaso to tho top of the dome begins Its winding wny. From tho top of tho oome. or as far as thn visitor can ascend, tho vlowof tho surrounding country Is magnificent. Tho Capitol grounds, which formerly wcro homely and formal In appear ance, bnvo been transformed into a boautlMl park and aro now most oxqutsltoly benutllnl. The east baso of the Capitol Is 8Wsj feet above- ordinary low tldo In tho rotomac The otal height from cast base to the top of tho temple covering tho domo Is 288 feet: tho statute of theuoddessof Liberty, 10H feet, making tho total height to the crest of tho statue 007W feet. This crest Is :i()i) feet higher than tho west gate of tho KToundi, and M7 Icctat'OTOlowtlilolntliel'otomao, or'JIH feet lower than the apex of tho Washington llonnmcnt. which Is Immediately west. Tho bmld ns Is 761 feet long by 82 1 wide, and rovers UM acres. It Is tho Qnest and largest public building In tho world, and In many re spects the costliest and handsomest. It Is moreover tho growth of less than a century n fail which adds to Its beauty and Interest. Tho original Capitol, or centre bul ding. Is an Imitation, though no not a slavish one, of tho ittt'Kii Carre at Nlsme Thnvlenr from the west portico at night, when tho lamps are lit In the pnbllo grounds and the lights of tho city Illuminate tbo darkness, IS uno of the most beautiful and picturesque la the world and Is well worth a Joornsy of a tbou rand miles to tee The White JIouk From tho west balcony of tho Capitol, look ing down Pennsylvania avenue, tbo White House Is teen rearing Us snowy-huad walla above tho dense mass of foliage that em bowers It. like a gigantic ralla luy springlns up amid Its enfolding green blade. Were It not for tho partly Intervening Treasury building the view of the White Uouie from the Carltol would bo full and complete, Tho White House Is tbo center of "Up-town," as the Capitol Is tba center of "Down-town." It Is beautifully located, tho view from tha south windows covering the whole southern t rent of the city, as tbe view from the north op Sixteenth street west exhibits the best part of the .Northwest section to the gaxe. The White House Is a copy of tbe palace of the Duke of Lelnster at Dublin, with the addition of a large porch on the north front, which was added during Andrew Jackson 'a administration. The reservation la which It standi embraces nearly 81 acres. The main entrance Is on tbe north, reached by the Pennsylvania avenue ears. It U two stories hub on tbe north, Is built of white free-stone 170 feet lone by 80 wide. It contains on tbe first floor the famous Green, Ited, lllae and Xast rooms, the State Dlnlzur itoom and the rent conservatories. Tbo lllue Itoom Is tho Prealaent's official rccptlon room and the drawing room of the ladles of bis family, Tbo Kat Itoom, originally designed for a banquet ball.and soused as lata as 1837, and In the I alter Tart of the century nted as a drying room for clothes by Mrs. President Adams, Is tbe largest and most noted room In tho building. It is 22 feet high, 80 feet Ions and 40 feet wide. It Is open to visitors ever day except Sundays. Upstairs are their Cabinet room, tbe private offices, the Presi dent's office, the library and family apart ments. AH these rooms, except the Utter, are open to visitors, by speoial permission, at suitable hours. Lafaytlte Square. puo north trom tbeWblte House is Lafayette Square, tbe first publlo reservation in Wash ington that was Improved. It eoatalns tbe equestrian statue of Andrew Jasksun, by Clark Mills. Many of Its trees aro old forest monarch, hundredsofyearsola. It Is In part a specimen of the old form I laodiocrpe gardening so f asbionabla la I alaad two hundred years ago, a style that as Imported Into this country. Lafayette S tarew-is.oae hundred years ago, part of a i aveyard that enclosed the square north, onv tiich bt. Joan's C burch is built, and tbe square east un whloa are tltuated the Attorney-Oeaeral's office (formerly the Freed man's Uaakk tbe Surxeoa. tienendscJBeeand Kigga Bask (both la th bonding furaerly used as tbe0aitd States Bank), Commodore Decatur's bouse, aarser Fifteenth and a-balt aad U streets, aad tbe old I'ub House, near wbteil I'bUlp Bartoa Key was killed by Daniel E. tilukles, Ueuber of I I rt.Tg from New York. The tost bodies from ten graveyard were Bet resaovad aatu 1810. St Wd'iP K. Ckwreh. Rt John'i V. K. fburah. whlofc has of taa letn called, the State Cburoh bstoaussi bumm ! I residents have wwssspt a iowo aoa i any clln-r, siaaos M ue mount v a oau. bixteeaib streats. It was built la 1818 at enlarged In lbSO. Ib it save wofskiMuM IrtBJJuits UadiMM, Mobkm. JostB Ojdnof AUsms. ttbou.'h t tw latter was a OossMts. t. saiiot) Martin Vas Botea (tfaaaosi bo hnr Kced tu tie Dutuh Sefuraiad Ctuuesd Har rvn. Tiler. PoUt, Taylor, FUaaore (though tbe Utter was a 1'iiiianas). Phtsus, Kuohaaaa aud Aribur Presidents Unoola. Juhaaos aad Luast bate also altad4 Divtea Mswrtnai. aJibousa not kteadUy. lis lsUioc ramhiils no viry lurclcdy of the old, dim c cuj (uh:u(u KBiuvaee. Tt TrJlury l)jirttun.t. The Treasury DstiaKsneat Is east at tba Wbiee tlou aad axtastJs the whalsi lunaili of Cis front betweest JNNNMytvasaa, asst Niw Y.rkattouo. It U MS long bf SWJ las wvi. "X u . cbirl raut yurttoa Is built of Irsssilasn. rei ullt in jaasval, wUlo the otbar pasts wjm i na-t nLd la UA6 aad Iwdtt at uasibs. 1a i a-h Koo In this buildkie Is a taeasi tifui wutaait h tto nrt wjsur, ten estrauce to which Is fryas tod north urt Tbe vaults uw under the Cask Rusmi ui.dW seta on a cnttss oscmst givso by ti.e insurer of Un Uultsd Stats, wfcuse oib.eut Iu the northiittiit ayboott the fast flu,.r This tirrmh must be stowa As caahssr. wbo-ftill detail KUldttS to take tk visitor tato iU gresA bullksi vUostt Slit oitiifT. Tha i id hia.w DcuutsatiAt usl to be ou Out stte mo- un, J ti iba Jiuxthaasi Loroot of tb Tres- 1 u unte, one aatnod by a Wskiuuu .'. u.L.ii.i tba "TrUaas) faUmmb" oaoujtes t.. wt udeul tha PtwKSTiatainAMt. '. : ik. Uo.iv ly west ol ssarVksta Bouae. Tta Mi Dcuaruuent ocuUjkM Us) SUUM PN, Hit i ha War Depiutmcnt utejutSaW ilW jglMfSJ i ribtruhalf It! i i 1 TiirrbairtiniM ioi Tba sauat beautiful room la the v v 1 ..;!UW U . . ucdud t.. be the ubrary ,v Mats BeBo.iiui( ut, itb aoath truut. ... i,oB tu3. 3 iiiewVO .w aWlW us fitxtly dc, u Mm i'uUiuuu.' WXouat ,1.1 lal i 'hi rtflujj. IuIId Tbo i III IU a.1 U.l..iai. o II IS Sl7 i -a.il .11 J kvi mac lis cnulcol t. l: t-lJftet j-j 'uctlo ttuAiuijC oVvi ... in.rti,- J-ttt, ui the bruasu . , ' ;.u uiy uUuir & Ut tbe t Hy , out . Ii. l abvVt tbe btfUdttd aud attdM . 'iitu The i-ot of the buililuyt v l. . . t. ut liollaa-a -buut th.-o Uiova ..u. Wli. UvUiX 4.d Sic Ulllik. i. t oi,U I. JstpH I ffHSjsj t tff J S1MVf Inuivtrlafary tsetth of tWI TimsiU; tHitMTBfc tAti. acfot" tltertffeftls t rsMpftrWmt wSr. This bTmHlWf was 0fWtaIly sFctrt M tbe isreedmans Bank Tf mfiiwh m snrtcSlt Is erected Is a hitorlc owe. Ofl Oie MUM stfeft, at the east corner, stands Pits' Bank, Which was bniltfor thwm darwti of the Wasbltistivn brancB of th oM tTnlted States Bank. Jnt around the cor ner Is the resMetice of Secretary of State Bmltt. who oemptes the house which waa formerly the old Washington Cljb Hon, hi front of which rhilip Barton Key was shot by MckeK The tree, under which the dead man's body lay, is still stand Idp. although its bark had been cnmpletely removed by rillc hunter At the northwest Corner of the square, abore the Cnmrotwary Oeneral's ofllce, is the Hotte made famous by the ownership of Commodore Decatnr, where "Dolly" Madison lived and reigned so Ions: a social Queen after her hnsonmrs term as frcsMent expired. The Washington Monument. Immediately sonth of the White Berwe stands the ashtogHta Mesntmsmt, la lofti est structure ereetesd by man, and the most lmposlngobellsk ever const met eel. It Is (WW ten abnve IU bate, whteh Is 4'i feet above tide-water. Its corner-stone was laid July 4, 18-18, and the earxtone, forming the apex, was placed In position December ft. 1881. In It are 1 81 blocks of Inserted stones or copper, gifts from rarlons countries and societies. Thetotal cost will be over 81.3IKI.000. It Is situated In what will ultimately boa beauti ful patk. The Nam, Obxrtntory. To the west of tho Washington Monument on the highest elevation that borders the noTth bank of tho river, between St. Hllaa beth's Heights and Heorgetown college, stands tbo Naval OtxerTatory. The hill on wnicn ii sianus is lamons ior imvingoeen tho camping ground of Washington Brail dock and tho tatter's army, when on their marrhtotbo fatal field, where tho English General fell a victim to his self-coneelt and vanity. Tradition nlso points out this hill as the decisive battle-ground between the DIs trlct Indians and tho mysterious Husque hannas. This observatory contains the largest refracting telescope In the world, next to the new equatorial lust built for tho Llek Ob servatory. By Its aid that most Interesting If not greatest, astronomical discovery of the country was made, tho mewnsof Mars. The entrance tbe Observatory is at E and Twenty-third streets northwest. Tho llenllc cats go toTwenty-second and u streets. The Agricultural Department. This building Is situated east of tho Monu ment. His Inclosed by the most beftiutltul and glowing flower garden In tho country, and the grounds contain tho most oompleto Alboretnm probably In tho United States. Attached to this Department are the Expert mental Hardens, whose ofllces aro Immedi ately west of tho main building. Tbe Belt Lino cars go right past tho grounds. The Smilhionxan Institute and National Mumtm. The Visitor may obtain considerable enter tainment and instruction by spending several boors In the Smithsonian Institution nnd National Museum. These aro two bandsomo big buildings, situated In tbo Immenso park lying south of n street, between Seventh nnd Tw elf th streets. Theto Is simply n mammoth free museum, owned and operated by tho U. P. Ciovernment for tho collection of every thing In nature, science, literature, history and art that Is rare. Interesting and valuable, and the displaying of thorn to tho publlo. As one enters tho ball of tho National Museum the first object of Interest Is a collection of the personal effects of Cleorgo .Washington, Including his clothing, family china and camp utensils. Beyond this stretch row after row of glass show-casos, In which are displayed collections of almost every conceivable ar ticles. Tho artist will find raro etchings, specimens of tbe engraver's art In Its perfec tion. The surgeon will scowholo cases full of keen and glistening Implements of his calling from tho smallest and most complex to tbo largest and simplest. The numismatist may revel In a collection of rare oolns, from tbo freshly coined dollar of tho day to the copper cast that bears tho stamp of the Omars. The geologist will find himself In a maze of specimens dug from every section of the country. The ethnologist may pore for hours over tho models of the CHIT houses and the homes of tho Aborigines. The lover or antiquities In general will have an un bemnded range of subjects, from the Egyp tian mummies, a thousand years old, aim relics of Pompeii to the arms and Implements of tho early dwellers In America. The lover of brlc-a-brao and fine china will discover a paradise of earthen productions. The dain tiest wares from Limoges, Baccarat, Hungary and Germany will pleoso tbe eye, and the process of manufacture Is displayed. In the Smithsonian Building tho student of tax idermy will find case after oaso. of birds, leasts, fish and reptiles stutled and In Jan of alcohol. Back of tbo Smithsonian Building Is a "Zoo," where are a number of llvo wild animals. Several bears, a cougar, a Jaguar and groups of smaller animals and birds comprise tbo collection. Tbo Smithsonian Institution and NaUonal Museum buildings are open from 0 a. m. to 4 p. m. to visitors, and may be reached by the Seventh street. Belt line and Ninth street line of street-oars The Botanical QanUnt. rawing eastward irom the Museum, over tbe railroad bridge that spans sixth street, and through the nrotty park lying between Maine and Missouri avenues.tbe visitor cotnes to the entrance ou Third street. Just south of Pennsylvania avenue, of tbe Botanical Oar dens. These Interesting grounds are open dally from D In tbe morning toil In tbe even ing. They were established fifty years aato. Tbe conservatories are filled with tbe choicest and rarest foreign plants. Around the gardens are extensive colleotloni of trees aad shrubs. In tho centre of the lawn faring tbe centre conservatory Is tho famous Bar tboldl Fountain that attracted so much at tention at tbe Philadelphia Centennial. The Race Manumnt. Just half way across the AvenHe from the northeast angle of tbe Botanical Garden and xurriu x oner lu uwur vi mo ussu vimvi a sailors of tbe late war. It is of marble aad ooet, with pedestal and platform, S 11,000. It is proposed to remove this raoaueaeat to one of tbe squares on the northwest seotion, Iletraetsg ours tups we find Thrrntng and Sngratng Burau. The great money mill of tbe Ooveraawat 1 located at the comer of Fourteenth aad u streets seuthwest. southeast from tbe Moaq raeot aad southwest from the AgrleQltaial Bureau. It Is reached by tbe Beit Use Cars SOU MS OpOBeU Ui 1WUKS RSIK? uay. Datj Burn' CDttagZ- One of tbe curiosities Washington is old Davy Burns' toUage. oa Sevnateiinta street, near tbe river. It aiay be reached by um drive south of the President's UoM or by tlMMetropolttaaorAvsMe Haeot - Next door to It is Geaeral Vaa Ksm' out stataly BwasioB. where be twomiat bis bride. Uaruia Bunu.oueof tlM origtoal beirassess uf Wab lagtB. Corcoran Art Gary. The Corcoraa Art Gallery U at tha oonw of PsaMtsjIvaaia aveaue aad Seveuteeata streets outte tha War.Navyand State Uapartawat. It is "ta Tuesdays. Thursdays aad Sator etays free; oa other days (axestpt SaadagM a wwll admission fee U oaaread. jTUs gaBary, aUhasuii at to be oosaaarad with tba gsaat Old M'ortd saBertos, U BwertMees a vary creditable lastttesksa tor so aew a cswotry asUMUsdtadStete. It euataias aaaoatc osaar orisdaal objects Powers' (treat status, of the "Unk Slave " Th Louttm. The Louis Hows la a bxaattful bsUldias" a4 tba conn of Vssisi'hu.ein avaaaa aad rU- Corcoraa, aasl 1st latsfdaa.as a ssmsm tor ladies usVtduiati.nl and birth aad talaaoMtnt. who have beea rsadacsat to poTsutyfrum ai-Buetu-e. Th djlumbnH UncrUy. Comiaf dowm TOInnalsi steaat uuUsiHoa. at tha uurnar. of nil ftosu tha S SlsfttMtea llk VitfspfcUsT MM Msafi CsasWaMsUI Vskssat tatklMk flsVUUrfsBsat thai oi tjW old CartwflU Mjwwioc thU wal?iXY w hi eogatissiaa aa CssttasasiMi Cijssaae as aasf to aadar the vmm sE- faTfib Ix la aa 1 for' tba dtosntiHnst aad taori Bssracssoss. Th Pbtiojk Dpiirtmni. Tha fifaarsl Puatusaoa Waaartmaat U oa tba taoMxti bniinnatl br 8. Y. aaaaasa aaa Sal swssaapss w sjyisssiiassssBSsav wj Pa sssssswpwsse ssasssy j MretrWs I m IsV flUsVPsMNMst 1 llM tXtlKlHaatsV tO IU LaMaWaU box bsciiMu uiMwm amimattm to Uw OssS use s9aa utsuwf ssssm as i i oaa to aa oosei vssa. xoe oa ttliM tiiSrm fss taasaaibiia sMsmavl cWsH oi ue was w wssa us SOtJ ouovef yauctiB are pat. la but vurted svtfvUsiat luaausuahxe, fkusa aa awk toasiuMad kaacaMo. Is tw sad uas ha saau la this luUeUloe. aad it la still (uw- ih J y i I'partmid ..-: o- it i.- i . i uiuriy lotoicj. toa fa.uit uasca. i . a, .i;hc u -kiUJtxosUjtwccoSeseiithsaa N utt ojio 1 ojJ ifsttassts. U Ui ouUtiatha l..iw .ui. j.i d U aa admirable seaei u . h 1 1 bt. b. 1 Ic-t aaa -otdswt of the Urct-k atylsM. It cuutraats ftuuly with the iscral Psjat". wbkh Us Curia tbum, the iot oroaU of last pur UieaK ibwdsu, i.f amaltooturc llu. luiuOtuss of tho Po-lUil CMEi-st J- tbo mudtl lu.., wbirsi u.oi l!,..u-oJM3 ' ulcs Lo.sa basiu OMU r ..1-j.lJ oj.4 iilj.L.1, LuttuM... ls -.he oJ.e ',i WsU jutthaass of lu vassa of tnvssntlon. This hnlMIna. nice yttm Qofernntciit offices ts open to OM msmfi a. m. t 2 o. m. The llbrsftesj the fntMor Deirtnent are well worHiy tf A vflffl. The ret inangnratton oatt sre msjom's xoni term took p!ae M tp rsrrtrtOffl. Marfm 8arHitkN(trf-Tnra: The Marine rnrraeks are sltnateason SifntB street sontltemit, rsrtwees G atwl H. SNwsjiral sqnares farther sonth the walls of the JUST Tarrl rlt before the gnte. ThH Sty-f (nM waa m Its ttme the mow fawoua tM fattf emmtry, th sesjond hwgest sMp of tlw nm m the Navy-Tard hatlns; been fraift here, a. well as the famons ernlssw, tire wmx,a Waspand other. It la to be otrnTettssrl mto the great ordnance rnetoTy of .the eojntry, and the vteltot will find hundred jof obJee-M herein to Intetem hlw, esrsselally the making of the steel rifled cannon. MeAital Mumtm. The lars brick bnlMln on Tenth street betweWB ji s?ut P strteW, wRh K plwrtered front, rsfttia htown, waa esnee Baptl-st church. It iVm cowwsneel about thebsjsrln ning of the war Into a theatre, known tw country o-eras Ford's, and It was ma private box tlwre in April, 1808. that John Wilkes Booth killeel President Lincoln. Thelatter was carried to a house Just opposite, where hedlni. A marble tablet In fremt of the house. No. 610 Tenth street, commemorates tWS fart. The theatre was then sequestrated bv the Government and tnrneel Into the Medical Museum attached to the Bnrgeon-Genevars office. A large and handsome bnlMtnglsM since bes?n erect ed In the Smithsonian Park, Just east of the National Museum, wMebata now used for tho Medical Mnsenra. It h foil of Interesting surgical relics of the war, ami has the largest medical library In the world. Among the curiosities within Its walls Is the articulated skeleton of Gultean, the asasln of ITesWent Garfield. Coming down Tenth street from tho former Medical Museum tho visitor will not fall to Inspect tho massive and beautiful Post Building, In which Is situated the office of Tna Capital. This is the largest newspaper establishment sonth of Philadel phia and east of tho Ohio and Mississippi rivers. Three or the leading and most Influ ential Journal In tho country ono morning, one evening and one Independent Sun day paper have their home In tbls.es tabllsnmcnt The Geological Bureau. The Geological Survey Is located on Fstreet, near the Kbbltt House. The Interior Depart ment building, Immenso as It Is, Is entirely too small for the accommodation of Its bu reaus, two of whleh, besides the Bdnentlonal and Geological Bureaus .(Aerlcultmo and Pen sIonKare located In other quarters. Tlwa two last bureaus are among the largest under tho Government, The Dittrict Building f. The visiter, after leaving the Centre Mar ket, will proceed down the Avenno to First street and northward up that street two squares will come to the District building, where are the office of the Commissioners and other officials of tho District. TJ,e City Ball Due north of tho Avenue ami dosing up Four-and-a-balt street at tbnt point. Is tho City Hall. This Is n large and oommoeltous bunding, built for uso rattier than show, and now occupied by tho District Courts. Just In front and to tbe south of the City Hall Is a column of white stone, surmounted by a mar ble figure of Lincoln. Judiciary Square. Tho city Hall stands on the south front of Judiciary Square, ono of the finest parks In the city. The City Jail used to stand on tbo northeast corner of the square, whleh runs from Fifth to Fourth ami from 1) street and Louisiana avenue to U street three loog, full square. Tlie Pention Office. The new Pension building extendi nearly the entire width of Judiciary Square, from Fourth to Fifth streets and Irom 0, nearly to F street. Ills by far the largest bulldlnit In tbe world devoted to the examination and settlement of claims for pensions. It Is built of red brick, and cost several hundred thou sand dollars. In It was given President Cleve land's Inauguration Ball. It can bo reach l by tho Metrocolltan ami Belt Line oars. The Centre Market. The Centre Market ooenplea squares south of tbe Avenue, bounded by II st. on tbe south, Seventh street on the east and Ninth street on west. It Is a very handsome market building, excelled In beauty, and probably In slse, by none In the world. It Is tha cleanest and the best, while also tbo cheapest market In America. The Government Printing Office. The Uoverument Printing otbee Is In a northeast direction from the Pension Office, at the ornr oi 11 and North Capitol streets, it Is by fir tho largest printing establishment In tbo world, and Is full of Interest to visitors. Tbe oost of running It goes up Into millions annually, and the money Is well spent. It would take columns to merely outline the plgantlo establishment, whleb employes In Its busiest seasonoverU.000 people. Itlsraaobed by tbe Colombia lino of street oars. llovanl UniterHty. Howard University Is the first place In this country to provide for the higher education of tbe colored people generally. It is on Seventh street extended. Just above Boundary, and oociiptws a high and pictures que site, overlooking tbe wnele oily. It Is built of large creara colored brick, spaoUUy manufactured for tbe occasion. The OUSoUkrt' Home. Tbe Old Soldters'nome lie aboat a mile be yond Howard University, out Seventh street extended, and Is reached by the same con veyances, namely, the Ninth and Seventh street car lines. Its main bulldlag is of marble, SCO feet front with a very high tower. Tbe view from its tower surpasses any similar view In the neighborhood. A statue of Geaeral Scott adorns the grounds. There Is alto a National Cemetery with several thou sand Union dead burled there. The Dutf Mute College. Returning from Mt. olivet tbe visitor will .. .... .....1 In S..11 etV., Mt tSlA Tl.L.,f TOM near uy swi its iwi w ." ,vw . mute College, whleh lists ea the north tide of Boundary street, at tbe north east of Blgbth street northeast. It is reaohed by eab or tbe II street liae of ears. It is tbe most proadasmt deaf mute college lu tba world. St. Eluabeth't. Across tbe Anaoosta River, due south from the Navy-Yard, is St. BHxabeta's, or tha Gov ernment's Uoseital far tba Insane. It Has on the top of ahfll, bavHw a beautiful view of thesurrooBdtageouBlry. There are over oaa thousand pat laetsia this asylwa. Htsreaebed by a pleasant carriage drive B ademburg. OutkUe of the origtaal District are several plica of meat latetest to tha tourist, notably BUdaasburg. la MaryhusXoa the B. & O. 8. K.. sevaa utiles from WasabutsM. It is aa old tawa, faasoBS lor balag a baadrsd years aao tba biroest rommfri-ial city la Marylaasl. also tor its Spa Sfwiajss, aad for lis aasuclatlnas as a favorite duaUuw ground la tba days whaa tba "code of honor" was lu force. Arlington. Across tba Potosaaa, opposite i Gaoiwetowa, aadreaebed byuab acsoss ssthar tha Loa or taaAqueduet BrkUas. U ArUusrtoa. uaee tha bosae uf tba Leas, aad now tha Wfjpaet aastoaal cosaetety Taiae ooaatsy. OvarkCfitie itdldiars are burtad hare, Tha place U exceed -tattly beautiful aasl the view uf WashJajftoa grand. T4 WmkingUn Burrock. TaaWaaWaatoa Barracks or tha Arsaaal, as it hi eoauaosuy caUad, are touatad at tha foot u Vuur amA m.-haM - ssaalhaisil xaa s extoadhu over what uaoti to ha ska itfauy Itb hiiaiiJitnut sjaaajr oahar , tar bttiu ta asudsjassza la sraSea Jtxa. Biin.tr um ilui ...U.,1. nrifciinsim uasa hasutssd. Tlw baud which bt sTallsatad here give fiaquant eoa certs la tha sasaa Luialr aUaadad. sjaaehaaby tha taa IFoas-aad a-aaJi souat Sasssufc street liae. via the tarsia v-aw. AUxaudrui. bale nllsw Iroas Waaasactoa 4am tka Po tosaas, taaeaed tor boat or y rail. Is taa old eity o 1 kisajadrta Mi nesntaisis aatostfosassr huslssa woasssjpkiaja, thsf atsaaa sbal Bcaostooa Uv'tdta hofors ka " tint ahjsfstti' (sasatsaigm. taa kissaa of laaaosk to ft1 lraaain gt- m waa TfafhsnL tha stoya nrtssre thalaaiiniHS Asmara! Turner AahSy suii dry waaSi ior wmkr years. T-vaar ssajevu us ssssmsm Cobiu Jvhn Bridge. I'.r.a Jaaa asiiliw cifflnc'iSri .4j Ouk IbidM U tkss I rrr? s.... stt u.i sreea swwse, u bxidsala taa wc CaUaJthBrislaar4taa PofOWftfl Tttc sfOdLBry m Muuui rsvtfu. UiurtjLtutcu UuMemiif. bsMctjatowi I'aAweaaVi to tte issadiust catbo (ic cujlaga hi taa VaJhat asatos Utslooatud SssspaT smtjamyjai aaysalBP Wsp siBaJpBms5 Hf'jn asaasasia v tosra. uo, paAaps. rtf.a aaaiitsful sit ua thaPutomic B boihttuai aad jpruuaJU ar very hwadisoata Ucachad by the itauopultua ittrea ca. Thlhirut Ju.il usLiitrtscriaumilijiiii UtS uuncui.U J LViUl tf -flctt n . Lu ! .i .-"- a te haiuit BsJsaast rasUasm frutn frt33t itftuthi itiwMui ssfflk fljat IPt't "WsWssasWjjsOsl VSoSl ti rna.'lh aJr M atmaSmjit 'CbaBLttMaUaW CsUsaasaafi a smpi "SB sssss; sssflBJ SassSSBBpllBsmy- rSsmjsnsJjsisapBSi ssjssamssssssjsatsp- IJUha. asajry 4. AnarostlaPlverlsa huge n1 Of red brick, known m the Ii WBIMlp Is esrmlly BoHceahle m.WSS J?e wherein the asasm of i. PrJBfK-a2? It Is re bed hyeab or CMrtaff. o qftfr from the termination of the rafMWiy snw nwr-r!r- lines T ISDKS SJMUJIAIW, JiHtSsfk. a school fmrtmr , tm fvmm , atLltita, UinMrr Owstrty, la. Wla J" A safe, evntftVtt&fttB Whssol h3lssst WRsrswlsfli WMlWstl; tsrlsl8veTfllrtof thrMfWlsl tmnil; advwsjsjn enim t rniy; vry p. asrt lrjsfjAlfosjtj sXetMst iiesjteiS'W jajr yjnr. vcrximmmm AND tBE DNifSrWITT, Leirssgtsm, th. Pot eatartsr asMrA O. W. C. tKB, rresjWent. y KHMONT AOADBMY. ONF. OF THE BBST IN NRW KIHND. 8tttunts;i eveTy eollese In New Bnglansl. A tboroagh preparntron. Frrst-elass fnsMII ties In Bng-Ueti. CalhllBsM new, large and at tractive. Laboratories, aymnsMltrm ami all facilities. Able teaehers. Term moderate. Address VETUIONT ACADBMT, Saxtens Illver, Vt. rXFonD (ob) collsgk for toung LADIBS, Oxfonl,0bto, Famous Ctassleel and Ftntshlng Sobool. M teachers, IfO students. The Alma Mater of Mrs. rretldeat Harrison. Conservatory of Masie and Art. European Vaeatton par ties. 118V. FATE WALK EU, President. SFKOIAI. NOTICES. rnrFEET HKLIKVKD. DI1. WHITE, CQIKOPODIST. , 1116 Tenna. ave., oppesstte Wlllarel's lintel. Thousands from far and near visit Dr. White's establishment for relief from ami avoidance of corns, bunions, disease,! nails and all other foot troubles. Hours. 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sundays. 9 tol. Office fee, tl Per visit for putting tbe feet In good order. Established, 1K1. rjTr-WASHINOTON SAFE DEPOSIT CO., ZS3' 9lt and 818 Pennsylvania avenue. fiTOIIAOK IlEPAIlTMSST. Dooms fire ami burglar proof, and all above ground, particularly adapted for the storage of furniture, t4etures, Jbe. auss 1m (KIiNOTICK. s2 WASHinevox, D. C . Aug. 1 1. Wishing to ritlre from actls'o lmlnesi, I have this day sold all mv Interest In the firm of II. K. Plain A Co. to Mr. Lewis O.Tewks bury. Banker and Broker, of New York City. The bnslsess hereafter will be eondneteel In the name of Lewi U. Tewksbury t Co. Mr W. B. lllbbs.who has been associated with me for tbe past eight years, combine with the new firm and will remain In charge of the Washington office. Mr. Illbbs need no recommendation, as bl Integrity aud abil ity are well known, but I take pleasure In recommending my successors to my patron and the pnbllo generally as being In all re pert worthy of their confidence and patron Rge. B. K. PLAIN. OUT-OF-TOWN BUSINESS A SPECIALTY. Lewis O. Tewksbury, W. D. Hlbb. Banker, New York, 50 Broadway. Chicago, Washington, 41. 41 New it., Washington. D- C.. New York. Manager. LEWIS'G, TEWKSBURY & C0,r SUCCESSORS TO B. K. PLAIN & CO., BANKERS, lt FST., WASHINGTON, D. C. Investment Securities Bought and Sold. 0I1DEKS EXECUTED IN Stocks, Bonds, Grain and Petroleum ron cash or on margin. 4 per cent. Interest allowed on deposits suh Jeettoeheek. 6 per teat, isterest altewed oa margin ac counts. Dally Market Letter forwarded oa applica tion. Constant Quotations of all Markets over oar own Private Wires. TzLzmess Osll-515. CiBia APBaat-"Lapwlg." B5y-TEMPORAIlY OFFICE OF TnE -' WASHINGTON LOAN AND THUST COMPANY. 1001 F street B.w. CAPITAL 11,000,000. This company issue certtfieatee of deposit bearing Interest as follows: Ou all amounts deposited for ninety days or more, bat lass than six months. S per cant, par anaum; SI per cant, oa deposits for aura tbaa six tBeatfi, but less than a yearaadi pereeat, on deposits of one year or ioager. (secured Investments for sale. Moaey loaned. W. B. KOBbVON. See. B. H. WAKNHK. Pre. DIRECTORS: Charles B. BaUey, Gaonta F. Sehafar, Jamas L. Barbour, Joaa A. nasatttoa, George E. Bartol, Thoatas SosaarvUla, IUckard W. Clay, Jou A. Swoae. Rorace S. Cumsaiags, J. S. HwanaslaJt. J. J. DarbWtoB. HaUatsdssy W. Talbolt, Joha Joy EsUou, George Trassdall, Chariae J. Faolkaar, B. H. Warmer, Albert F. Fox. A. A. WBaoa, O. ". Graaa. L. D. Wiaa. WillhuB BTGarlay, S. W. Wosuward, Joha B. Larmer. 1' Wu-iasoa, gVCHAKTBKa BY COKGsXii lab). FRAKKUM INSUHANCE CO. OF WAliHLKGTOM, B. C CAPITAL AJTD SVtPUm, tmUM. Has aasiar toataatosi a kaw by p. bat always makes as t aad Maesal j4isSiaasi nr- iiasuKl a. ciaraa, piasT tsssssisfs sl i aassm vlca-pt; C-sste . Jtwiiilaf .Traiisi ;I. Paa whak luuatt, saa'y; Wl F. -i-ator. asa't tao'y. jaisl.tm By-J. WILLIAM LME ainnrassfir to Hasuv Lae's Saas). 1-NS-irTi.XBsL m FA. AYS- M. W.. skaack Qsaca. ssa Marylaad ave. t. w. I3M-W8Y MO MAYS YQ7K WUkR 4XS1 austa ay os of lt asoat eateafatad MM fes Asaanaat V4as aa u uwaa taw. ty fat la wsawagtoa tot T8K WSlTTlBsJ BLE YATOsi TsU MMStt BUtVATOK IK TfaUt WOstLB. Oaarhsv haaaout iatotha tostaalUl tasHbaf aamgaua hi tba lass tnw jssarsby a & isThfoB tor 3ry- alao 64&acal I i stoftkofl u .ss " han erouB frmu WUssf SavaaMi ttraat 8sssfisfefcW--ts KrFar8er YUmVS8 AAiAlSiT TirWHySMU KHAKI. t FMVSJM. The Aivarex 1 varex DuOuissuiAat Coqanany b lr rtuaLnila aaa dlnfai all cmsauac sari UlVl to I adstd Ijv tvuholditiid uthar ! auJ jj cusuajauBa nsvers rucjoat ur grocer tur Um al.v a a. sue ana i par ua. rtr iur l tuM.u 1 1. ... uldrsMSA taac ,y, I i-V Wot. B. W 4U5.1UJ tar T tniBM la tha only hat and t-fx&nus Bm&i tat BH bar aew saaM aiaachlnV aJ PNhmIds;. Straw asdfafc aato alitond '- ' Wtaal .jss, ods tfcmutly aLU)...li ls UBS W. J ' romstly straa S"J'SSjf siHMijmBS. fc'' nA sa-ariimisj WANTKd ItBLP. -rAsTD - KxrirRiKcD sntJiR VV hands; al-osktn hnT. Afpl WRH st W. fc rASTltD-GOrl YV hcrnrald; best Carjjt ir q st Ntilrs AST) CIH ' feference reqn. -IXtANTED- A COLOl, n OlflL TOCTHK t and do the hnniu t-S ssftsrt tav at Sltm ; reference required. Apply tW 7th st . ,t rA.Tr:r-A" "olwt" FWR eiiSaiiAt t-o sssitM tit womtm. "4 'nrb riae s.n rANTED-OIHtMAN GIRL FOR U3HT Y general honewoTk Mi wsll family. Ap- PIT rw nti.tmr wt TA.XTV.nAT 1.147 q ST It W-AN RON tV est. rellahhs gjrl for enet hvntwworltt rtfwmrenniTefl. Vt - i ii ir ' - --- WA 11 ANTED IN ASMALli FAMtLY.ARE' liable lrl to esslst In s isnstftsl h,-nsMWOTk. Apply at wn tTsss, 3.3t W! ANTID-A TSBAT WOMAN TO COOK. wan" snd h-asfi In a nrlTnte fin1Iv. must rtayatnttht. Call at iwr L st n w. -t WANTED-KSrEniBNCBD, RELIABLE colored mre fweMW 1 yerold. Awly at once. maiTthstn w W Wi NTBn-RB8PKCTABLKWHiTK GIRL for ssiml honewoTK. AnntV with ref ertusje, lit Wh st n w. 3,3t rANTEn-A RBPKCTABLK TOUNG V eororeil woman a chambermaid ami waltrosji: mnisf have gooel reference s. Apply at 1Rk5 vtaven w -rANTEll-4 OIRUt, 1 FOR ORNBHAt, Yl htmsewotk and I a nnrssj; must ststyat nwht sad havn elty references. Apply In MQTMtWFstn w. Wt Wi ANTRD-COMPBTBNT SKIRT AND iralst hands at Mrs. ijv BBLLB'S. ini Vtave. 2..M v TANTKD-A SKTTLRD WOMAN TO J I c,,B, i,n ntni frm nns ,1,, pcuoini honsewOTl: mt stoy at nhrht; reference re aulresl 119 C sine St 7ANTKD-A GOOD GENERAL COOK tN t V prlvsto family. Apply Jti7 B stn w. 8 It YVTANTKTi-DOY WHO HAS A KNOWL edge of the baker's trade or one who wants to learn It . Inquire at 14M N Gap at. Wt WANTED-WOMAN TO DO GENBRU, bousewwk In family of S: white pre ferred. Apply with references atlltt P st n w. 2t WANTED-ANEXPERIBNCEDSBTTLKD woman to cook, wash ami Irons good wages. Applv US D st n w. I, St "VsT ANTKD-BY A LADY IN OFFICE. A Vt while woman to do general housework. Inquire after 4 o'olook at 111" W'alteoh Place. WANTKD-AN BXPEBIKNCED WHITE girl to cook, wash and Iron In family of ; must stav at ntgbt ami bring reference from last employer. Apply at once at l&H 1Mb sm w. yt WANTFD-A WHITE GIRL FOR OBN eral housework. Inquire at 113.1 th stnw. lfU WANTED-A JsKAT WOMAN FOIl LIGHT housework; 3 In family; wages tit: also ft colored man to attend a r on ml Use house and care for horse. IWB stnw. l,3t rANTKD-A (lint, FOR GENERAL housework, cook, ss ashing and Ironing; must slay at eight; references. Apply iwi Paave. I .It -IVANTtD-A NEAT GIRL, WHITE OR t cedored, fnr general housework and to cook for small famlh; rtferences required; wage f 8.. 17W lUth st n w. Jlt W ANTKD-OERMAN PROKB-WOK OF IN- Vv strnmemal muslo In n school In Fred crlrksbnrg. Va. Apply at once to look Box as, Fredericks! nrg. Va Lit w ANTBD-A DREasM MUKK AT 6M F HT s w. I sll bet 7 ami Ilia ns. I.li iVAMTKII-BITUATHUfS. "lyANrED-BY GERMAN GIRL. A 1VAOK I to do general housework In a small family. Call sir address tsssoth st w 1t nr ANT Kls-HY RESPECTABLE COLORKl) 1 woman, laundry work at her residence: best references given t all wtio wltlpatroo lie her. Address or esll 1WM loth st n w. Mt WANTED-HY IlEfPECTABLK COWRBD gltl. a situation as chambermaid or to do housework. Apply 1110 It stnwimnst stay at night. .U WANTED-BY A DRRSeSIAKKH. MEW Inc In families by the day; reference given. Apoly 1 11th stnw. 34t ViJANIKD- BY AN EXPERIENCED 1 washerwoman, washing ansl Iroalng to do at home; reference furnished; good work. Call or address We 87th stnw. Sjtt "WANTKP-FIR8T CLASH DRESiMAKBR ) would like to go out by the day la faml- llei. Call at 810 Stn stnw. .n rANTED-UY A BBSPBCTABLE COL'D ) girl, situation as cook, chambermaid or nurse; rtfetances given. Address 4M) I st nv. j1t rANTED-BY A YOUNG COL'D MAN, A sltuatlna; houta or oat work. Call at 8MB Wh stnw 8.M WANTED-BY i EXPERIENCED AND resiieetabla colored youth, a situation In private family to wait, drive or work around bouse. Call or address 11U 1Mb st BW. 8jM " if ANTED-BY A COMPETENT COLORBD girl, a iltuatloa as nurse, chambermaid or waitress. Apply at !U I st n w. base meat door. 8,3t 117ANTED-SITUATI0N 'IN SCHOOL OR V family by a touag lady who has toil sev eral years1 experience In teaehlng Bagluh brsBefaes snd music: reference exchanged. Address M. II., Galtbcrsburt;. Montgomery Cocaty. Md. Lt -7ANTED-BY A WBSTERN WOMAN,.. situatloa as bowekeeyier; bo objaettoas ta the eouBtry. L II C.tblsoae. l.H WANTKO M180KLI,NKOUS. "WANTED HORSES TO PASTITRE AT V G eseral Beale's farm at $ Mt maath l-tt t of pasture, running water aad pusaty of shade, with earalul atteattoa A wily to gea eral manager. E. B. LAFFSRTY. 10th stand Laave. oral tba farm. Talephoaa eall, 1ua' SS. FEW DESIRABLE KOOMd, WITH steam power, good elevator servtoe aad first class JojdtorshiB, to tba POsST BUIUMNG, for iaa( at low rate to first-elas taaaats. Apaiy to STILSON HlPrCHIKS, M Post Ksikltuc. or FKAXK MAUUINE. Sapasta- FUK SALE UOUtiH9. sffsv'sssV'V-'--WW s- VVVWVV--- S--VW. - FOR SALK-7 TWO-SfORY NEW HOCaBS. at ills) eaab: f Mi ea- aad $i par m4h oa dasanad aayawliS- Ost thaaa tanas you caa owa a house as easy as you eaa pay rest. BBRBOK Jfc KAMEY, aagtt So. iafr Ft.n w F iD.pn cru ti bvie VA"m k9 t wi vni' ssrsw aws.pt z hu ssass sstu niisswssssmii, s e s s. (OBBprudag aaarly M.CuB feet of around and aatoiig the ot daligsUful elavasksns lu GaorgaloWB, will be solsl at a sassrlaua if takaa aooa. Terms caa ba aaada satisfac tory; Vat tha bruparty auut ha sold at oaaa. W at Mr C. H. P-ka-g's oataa. Blsh st. (iaosgssuiwu. Write to L. G JOslBWOM. uU.ll RkhardsvUla. Va TXkR aALE-UI ALEXANDRIA. t-BUUM 1? trasw aoasa. Just talsalasy; systra-t la yaist; ktlaxllS; saaa- homa; prioa. $&. Ap- mtat tat. OOK SALS-THtlKK OT TBS CHEAFsaW iTta- la WasalaitaB, wa, w and lis lltaatB; two-atoty aasl btosmaat, brown atoaa trtanai-gs; 7 rooms and bath; riaewja IaW-Ugai7pra. Ujm tank. MM c-sh halanas- ta salt or tra a tor aood tots. . l'KKMMIAL. MOW U TBE TIME. WE jmR out tmvD. tswS. i U TBE TIME. WE WILL FAY ass BnaVwiaBS sau- or u u as ISI. B. W. MtKV T I !AX. L I CkMBYTOLOAhOM BAL TAsS OR XL wf'Btf samrlrissi tt ls8ftsat rates of bfjwd, O. IV I fl 8 LOAM it taOQaf ftCCiTt. PI TiyU ' :cft.c)Lawa. Till lOaWT. Jl IV ALL a.'W TO LtAtVS OV IUAI, 4Vyf aWVSITT. ATAJrKisr. TV 1 OalEY TO LOAK " ill lo.a-msto usiAPproswtWW as as aJlparts uf ihadty. Ufa txtaimaaioaiitst or us-kami. fc BVtBY iMtt uV DXEIM FOB ALL gt-- ' " '"" Atttt- '- CDS. c -Ity BaU- asruiir aauosaai. Mfslj IjWfTATA. 3t ort)Al.! FTR Vl9TtTJCTty ,AN asrainonai smry on ine rrara ttito fin rtntia svMsasi o t ha (Tnmtatssloiwrs. STl D f. wshington. n. c. Atnrnsi w, ' Fealed jroposskl rtn be received atthi f sJi't Btif 11 12 o chsek . on WRDSbWf T, firf in, 1SW, for cons-rn -tlntiaK aeMI'Io-ml rorr rm FonMh PfrTlnet !Vttl Stioin Bt.ne. frontWif on E sti-,oWsti Fssw atd a half and Sixth street srmthwst. Til ink fivrws of rropoiist and fspertflrathms to- Rfher with an neftessart Information, ran ohtsmed noon ayipRraff'sn therefor at tho me of the rarotof BniMtnrrs of the T'fstrlct of CotnvnWa, asyrt ewify bids nion thessa fonr will ha cowMered. Thss right Is reserved to rejsjot any and all bids. J. W. DOTJIA,S. rei.ft . Cntnfaloners. P. C. TJROrOSALS FOR FHlSH YBrJRTABLE J fpo'atosM and onteB) Office A. c s , washmttoti Rarraelt, D C, Angnt J7. twi -Sealed proposal. In triplicate, subject to the nsntil rnttdttlmni, wtlh ae-opyof thlssd verthsynerit attached, will he reor-hed at this offlce nntll 18 o'clock noon on BPrRI BRR 87, WWn. and then opened In the pifmr-e of bidders, for fnrnlshlnsr and delivering the fresh vegetable reqnlreo by the Snbteme Department, U R. Army, at thl po, for lssne to troop thereat during the remainder of the fiscal year ending June t, tsat The fresh vsgetablcs must be In good, wholesome cordltlon Samples mnt accompany pro posal. Preference will be given to artlore of domestic production, condition of annlHy end ptle-e (Including in the price of fsrsstsm production or manofaotnre the dnt tht en) belnc eernat. Proptrsal must rse InohvassI In sealed envehvsjes sMirkpsI 'Prftposal for Fresh Vegetables ' and addresssed to the nn dewhrned. The Oovernmeat usefVM the ritht to reeet any or all proposal. Full IB formation may be obtained by aptjHtsatlon to this ofBce. CONSTANTINE t,TIA8E. First 1 lent. It (I. M., 3d Att'y. A. C. 8. M1.M.4JP18 FOIt ltKNT RtlOMS. 1?OR RENT-IN PRIVATE FAMILY-TWO ' handsome rooms. 1st or ! floor, with or withont tioeril; In northwest, near litn st. Address X. this office. IH I?0n RENT-FDRN181IBO, WITH HBST board; 8 suite. 8 room eaeh. all fremt, and 8 single rooms few oounle( bath and bit lor privileges, terms reasoiable for first olas aesceiromodatlons. Rt518th stn w. Jit IJOn RBNT-783 18TII 8T N W, OPPOSITE ' small park; elegant location; to nice party; 1st floor, unfurnished, W. jt I?0R RENT-1017 ilTH 8T N W-8 DE ' Hghtf ul rexms; suitable for gentlemen or gentleman and wife. S,3t FOR RKST-l UNFURNISHED ROOMS ON 1st floor, with mod Imps: large front and back yardstrent 1.1 per month; no children. Irqalreat HI NJave n w. Mt IJIOH RENT-FURNISHED OR UN FUK . nished; 1 very large front room ami rrmmnnle-atlng ball room; In desirable local It yjnjJfcajnUmue E ?0R HENT-UNFURNlsnED ROOMS ON 1 lstsnelgelfleior. HCKstnw. "3t nntl MKNT VERY DKSIItAItt.K 1'SJPIIR. J: nlsheel revoms, I or3d floors; also large, well llghtsd basement room 31Slse. 3Jt 1,101t HKNT-1 LARGE WKLIFURNISHED I1 chamber to gentleman only; prke, ll. Address I8S7M stn w. ; ITiOR RENT-8 COMMUNICATING FUR J' nished rcoms, without board; large closets; bay window: M story: term imxl erate; also rented separately. 1M1 L stnw. F OR RENT-M)ELIOIITPULt.Y SITUATED rooms, with kitchen and tllnlsarnom: term. 0 per month to a good aud perma nent tenant. 1107 NY are. 3.H T70R RENT-TO CATRRBR - DINING- J 1W1I1, llll RHUIITTIT-, K".fU lfW-,,l,ri gooel etpjMirtnnlty to responsible pirty. Call 481 ath stnw. S7K room, with 8 kitchens; good lixsatton; F OH HKNT-8 I.AR0B, NKATI.Y FUR- TtlfthfNl. iimmiinlfRtlni? rnumi on Jit M.U.M C.... ,MIM S...B !..... atiIVd.. S.....,.! IS eleslred: lictle.n nnnrmeii . iM It t are 770H RENT-IN A PRIVATK FAMILY, V nicely furnlsheel parlor ami bedmem, 1st flex.r: also front tw I room on 8il ttoir: terms mor crate. laftTstiiw 1..1t F OR RENT-TO GENTLEMAN ONLY- Ilandsoieelv llirnl.lml front return: best location; private family, price, f 13 Aeldm 1M8 Pitnir. 1 TpORHlNT-llWimi STN W. OITOsITS ; De t-ales st-Nleely furnished Del story Iront atd communicating hall room; also other rooms; with or withont boarti 8,K T?OR RBNT-1 UNFURN1SHBD FRONT J.' room. 8l floor; suitable for a widow or lady In oBceteonvenieBt to cars. 1W0 ftth st nw. JjK OH RENT-NICELY FURNISHED HOOMS; southern exposure: s In if la or en suite: Ian arse closets; no children: hall rowi. with folding bd,J5. 888 Ind ava a w, near 3d st. 8, 7?0R RENT-M8 TH hT N W-S UNFUR .1' nlsbcd rooms for light housekeeping; In splendid order; with avlosets; also kltobea and dining-room on 1st floor to caterer; rent cheap. 8Jt FOR RENT-FURNISHKD FRONT ROOM with board for lor 8 geatlamssn; also slay hoard. 437 loth stnw. 8JJ T70R RENT- STH ST N W-g ROOMS), ' M floor, (urnlslieet or nnfuralsbasl. 8A 170R RENT-NEWLY FURNISHED FRONT ' room; also parlor floor, it ) U st a w. 83t F OR REST-1 NICE, LARGE FDRNISH'D room. Sd Hoot: board Bear: gentleman preferred: JTtxr month; refaraaces; oar aad herdlc. UMCcrcoraBSt. 3M 170R RENT-FURNISUKD OR UNFUR X Blshed. south front; several largo eom mimlcatiiig roonw; newly repaired, wall fur alsthedt no booaakeeplBii; Nortbara private family. Call alter 4. 881 Est a w. jt "P R RENT-1 FURNISHED RTOM, Froat or baek; cbaam to gaatiamaa oaty. w Cstse. tM FR SENT-8 COMMUNICATING II AND sossaly furolsbed rooms. IbtTUthstB w, sear cor Mas ave, with board; rafssreaests exehaBged. 14t T?0R RENT-IN PRIVATE FAMILY, FOUR f urslshed rextas; 1 eossmaBieatiag oa 8d HooraBd 1 3d floor front; souther asBswara. 1W L t B w; referssaeaa; exeaUaat taMa board. 1 FOR RENT-NICELY FURNISH BO FRONT room fssr ham itkasptng, s Md ava W. 1.8t J?OR RKNT-rrRNIaRBD ROOM FOR 1 gaatkmB:8d aad 3d Boors. kHtk st a w. 1 Jt FK REKT-FUMKlbRBfj OR UNFUB. Btkhaa rooms, 1st ut 11 lows. A paly IMT X H ava. lOR ME).T-PLKAlsANT FRONT MOON 1' oa 8d floor of ulcaly faratshad hssasa sxi cuuistd by owoar; eaavahs t to all tsar ltoaa; t-TmoBth aw K st a w. TTOK RBkT-A FLEASAMT FUBKUsBBB ruuw to ao or X ususltootaa; t aad bath rest, i SWMUitsw. ft FS REM F-8 LARGE IsV0O3. 80 FLOOR, f uralshad or aaAirpisaed; au oaa ua W B-orfruat. 1118 Mat aw LSi FOR KBNT HOUSHS pOJt RErT-OinroBWSBB-. MM Mass ava, 17 rs aad siaMa. - -, lSUEstaw, Us UMlCuaaaca, M rs- USfMstnw, Um lsthstax.Urs lit B w u w, ii rs uca ma mi iw.Hh mvHi.UM. R ITS Pusv.8 RS TiiWJUtBW.Ws MB T afuBa-tta . tft ....... si1Kfa.TBvr."f!:.... ga irstiw.Uu 9 8181 Rlllyer Place. II s ,.. .. W 1bGbw, .--.-. uao x b w. to t fj tUS'OatBW.llM - Sj ITftXttBV.tlS 1404 StoughtoB st W - If 14Mt4HMthtuaat,n - If UltUgaanaea.lB w if a rjraia w, rs. lissinista w. 7 rs Utailtaats w.trs ,-, twistsw,9a 14tk I bass- at. t at 18 lh at w. a.... ."--.. ttWTthBW. sUs4 4ssJ- ...... 8attttaSBS,.- .-.... ltaSFlers.aWaiBSj.sM W atsnattsto w.Sra- m-Ysr.ia. , 9 tsaSeliBW His WW th t u w ij rs Hs) fos-as .' a '" fiiio oaeof. ftRawaa'BV w yP w1, -' ' ja. " ' ' "r""" : - T.iT. JSiSL 1 SsUesss. Miait ssf WtUs Mwcis Kacluusssv AU Its' 1 au 1 MHiulUsai tKutt ajMl s m sJL C& & u rvrfl At.R Aitn KrifT, tsA. HYAtt wumrtt' TrrOA8 E. WAsWlVM7 1 strWt. iftnuum j MHKVffT RWPcR A B JJUfcsBi JWWBg iWh 488 N It , f b, 5 r. MBSBlsMfWsT tfl lWVrtst. fft. rs SfiMSthstn w, bh.rs. . . . Alley bet nth and 7th, I. ndM stsnlt, fh,4 rs $ ii.sttit. Mi, ; ntsnd l.1!Tiercn,f!s,rs .. . J 34tNstnW,nh,7r 8 1 'id 18C8 Wanistm st n . f h, 4 rs . . 3,Ct tabeln alh-y Ml. th mi nth, K andLsWnw s.. . 3.099 4Mnd4Reiiiartn. fh.Srs S.0 8tnh stn b, - i;i.'i,Mimi.rt. a,.rji miitKBrtniv-.f h, 4rt 8.IW MndWOstsflJF,f h,4r S.3W ISSllfithtt nw.Ms.B r v 8,noe) landttilsrKllyir, f h, tr a.mo 4V4 sad 188 o st alny n w, f h, 4 rs 1.M0 iwi to 1811 Mh st n w, b hrs each I.H09 lis n lt Msrte-st st fi. hh S f 1.M0 bis to 19 N H ave n . b h, rs, etch . i.trwB eostn w.f h.8 r l.3 ISttBst, fh jm IsrsttMskn w, f h, I r 1,.K UNIMrROTED rMTRIrTY FOR RAIsB. G irt, bs?t Neap and tt stn w and 8h hon rearotlot; fer ail.. , M? Va am and 8th st n w 8,1 A st, bet 14th and 1Mb stage 1.W iRh st, bet Bt apanrt Astsse 1, lrwn Bst.hct snd tthsts Mass ave. bet Del ave and lit stn e 1 tlst.bet NsndOstssw lev O st, bet 1st aad M stn b w O st. bet 8d and M n e 8 w cor 8d and I, stn e... S nOU8B FOR RENT. Per pvpethi 68 H st n w, i rs iritist n w.ors 9 Upper part 148 1 st n w. 7 rs 19 00 Kftl VtaveB w, 8 rs 8T 8918 K st n w, 8 rs 86 1388 Vstn w. fi rs 8CM IMttthstn w.irs 88JS lleveland ave n w, S rs 181 Rstne.drs 8708, 8W4"thst rsmd,8rs 13 S STORKS. OFFICB9. BTO. Hall, d Boor. 418 18th stnw BO M PtrandelwgWOOsts w,6rs 3 CO 408 Lb ave, 1st floor. 8 front r Kl 00 Rooms 9 and in, el floor. MB 1Mb St.... 39 fM 48 La ave, 4th floor. 3 rs 85 CO 8tr ami dwg ie0 Del ave s w, 7 rs SB f 0 Stable rear 1518 LH n w 88 oa fir nnd dwg 008 1 stn e. firs 18 00 fJt81R1hst,room8,8i rloor.front 1300 Storeroom 1S4I M st n w 13 09 LOANS. In sums to snlt at 6 per eent. Tho above Is only a portion of tho property on my books. For fnll list call at office for bulletin, leeaed on the 1st and 16th. T. B. WAGGAMAN. Announcement, Messrs.Lee&Shepard Announce the Publication ol a Library to be Called -a - 41 -k SERIES, s- st ... This series will be issued in monthly parts and will consist of choice works by some ol the best American ard Foreign Authors, upon various subjects, including Fiction, Biography, History, Essays, &c. The initial volume of the series Is now ready. Eacb Junber Will Be Complete In Itself. Ho, 1 The Blind Men and the Devil. ByrHIXEAS. To be Followed by Ho, 2 In Trust! or, Dr. Ber Irand's Household. Uf AMADA M. DOUGLAS. Hoi 3 Three Million Dollars. By OUVEK OiTIC. SukripliM Trke, 5 Per Xw, TWBlYKXUMBsSstis. Single Numbers, 50c. ubMrikufts istaaicad hf all hooks-liars aBsi BBiTssisialwii aasl aa Su nti hssT satli poBtBtthi oat rssMtpt of prtca- LEE & SHEPARD, PUBLISHERS, llMXKK KNSMKTU. L0iTG BRANCH WEST END HOTEL, Cottage aad Rastauraat. Parlor cessans every sauraU2 at 11 o'clock aad sluadsy tkcoui coasjifts at tk oauoy Tbl d'Kuts aad RastaaraBt acknuwl tsjhVssl to b tbe sMttiat of swy in or oat Mam loracuy. e m w m. BiLDaumi Long Baaeh Hot4, L'JJtti M,L'ii. L. 1.. "U the At Ian H.:." 0yliM froaHttwYurli tumu ts4 mtm ktoljixhiBa tmak m tb CsT-tihsjilrtsI MialtT Tsjfs) mnjny IsOUff UOVT IbkTH. IU -Us sum Of Luttf Sstath- BosWw. bb si s4 hhla$ la thsl assf ssad ontniti fiMMt.imiitm,mamm- iicfiiiw gniigi, i. y. Hotel Earlington, rruBimii tars o.hJ NiW BLblajt fclib,.c ' Oiv mi ( i 'usUatoU ,'iiaivUiot dUr, i.iKj.1. M r , i. . k . s UNPfiECEDENTED AHRACTIONI yar a Million DISTEIBTEB. IwCAb Jr tLmmm Louisiana Stale Lottery Co, lnsjsi!,siifttsfl by thsi LswlsBtTsrrB fur ssibssb thwiat ansl oharrtahlss sarssosjsH brkI Its 1 1 bb ohlse mas a part of tha rrsmat 9st Cn stltnthsB.hi 1T, by an oTBBWMtairHj rttrv LAB TOTE. Its OKAJOl BrrKAOHOIXART BHAW 11S taXe rtas?e Jwnrt-AnBtmlly tJnsi aasl Ihsessmtwr). ansl lt (IRAXD Si MILK MBM DKR nRAWtWW bake st"e lnrsMhot the other ten nrntha rn the yssar, asxt ate all drawfl In tnrMte, at tbe Aosulsjay of MBsks, Kew Orrsasrs, ta. "We rto hereby certify that we sitpsjrrts the arransretnents for silt the .Monthly awl MbiI-AbbmI Bntwlmrs of the Lonlsla State Ixsttery O., ami Ib retssm BMBSe aasl con trol the drawings) theatsetres, awl that the same are conducted with honesty. iaJraesfJ and In good faith toward all parties, awl wa aathortte th company to two this certMMte, with facsimiles of onr srMtnres attached, la Ha R4lTertismato.,, f Cointnlssloners. We the BBderstsmed basks and bABkers will ry all pttsea draws la the LsmMana State Lotteries whleh amy be preMatctl at oar esiaaterat K. M. WALVBLXY. ITsm't U. Nat. Bank. V. LAMAt'X. rrsjs't State Mat, Bask. A. BALDWIN, rres't N. O. Nat. Hank. CARL K01IN. rres't Union Nat. Dank. rawing WILL TAKK 1'LACE.AT TUX ACADEMY OF MUSIC, New Orleans, TUESDAY, SEPTEM BER S, 1990, CAPITAL PRIZE, $300,000. 100,090 Tickets at l Halves, SIB; Ouariers, 55i Tenihs, l TweaUeihs, SI. LIST OF PRIZES: j prize or j mjm t jieojea tl'MZKOF eo,Kts vnpee l prize or" sajs.au sao lFWZIOr MMls aM SPKIZHOr Hgeodare aum Sl'RIZRSOF SMara. , V Si rRIZBtSOr l.fsWaw LW9 W IHIZKaiOF SWars SW PRlZKlsOy UMasss isM tea fjuzjesof ear wf asvtMsztxattaM ymins. IMFriswof SaMaM IMFrtassssif SM TsauuiM. rasa !. BsBFriiesrf faMase..., .M,M tiMPttiswaf W mm t.WftHmmemamt IMHssiio mm wastb mwm VIqclv Vt fBamyr sfMraaasW B-aaflNRaB'" tumtmb mmKKBt IBpft VMMii 9gAtr jiMasMMt SBapa4 Waal BT BBBBBaflBBBBst WNbbT sBBBbI 4-1" Important. AU osBry Letters nmnaHBhaf Fostal JaVOliflant 3aaaabaf Oatsstesfsl BalisBVBts, kT bbbI XbbsbbMiM WXswYerkJ M. A. 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