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-THE DAILY ClllTIC, FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 5, 1800.
AT THE CAPITOL
THE TARIFF BBBATI IS II
II'E FREE LIS? TftOI DP flKMY.
lofair DiscrittimOoiof RtfaWfetes
Against Sonthem Inlr&
THE CLAY TON-BRBCKIKRIOOE COSIEST
TLe Arkansas M&wkr Speaks in Hfs Own
Behalf, and Dfts4 His Sfcto
from Tm Aifcntow.
The Senate this morntnti ragumatl
consideration of the Tariff bill. Mr.
Tlumb's motion of yesterday to amontl
toe paragraph relating; to gloves by
striking out the additional rate of a dol
lar a dozen In men's gloves was de
feated, yeas 33, nays SO.
Mr. Plumb was the only Republican
who voted ayo.
The free list was then taken up. 3Ir.
Vance moved to strike out the provtslon
relating to animals Imported specially
for breeding purposes. Rejected, yeas,
22 nays, 3-1.
Sir. Quay movod to Insert In tho free
list wild animals Intended for zoologi
cal collections and not for sale. Agreed
Mr Vance moved to strlko out of tho
free list currants and dates.
Mr. Aldrlch opposed tho motton, and
said that it showed how Sonators on
tho other sldo woro malting a new
Tho motion was rejected.
Mr, Davis moved to Insert binding
twlno in the free list;. and Mr. Vanco
moved to amend tho amendment by
adding cotton bagging.
Mr. Vance's motion was defeated;
yeas 10, nays 20 Mr. Paddock being
the only Republican who voted aye.
Tho question recurring on Mr. Davis'
nmendment, Mr. 1 Jerry said ho would
vote for It, notwithstanding tho hostile
vote Just cast by Republican Senators.
No argument could bo mBdo In favor of
free-binding twlno that did not apply
ns strongly to frco-cotton bagging. IIo
wns astonished that Republican Sena
tors who favored the ono should vote
against tho other. IIo regarded that
veto as an unfair discrimination against
the Southern section.
Mr. Vanco said that ho had waited
for a reply from some Republican San.
ator to Mr. Berry's remarks, but ho had
waited in vain. If ho were in their
pcstllon he, also, would maintain olo-
?ucnt silence. IIo was going to vote
or Mr. Davis' proposition In order to
show tho other sldo tho difference
between a Democrat who pursued
principle and n Republican who went
ti r oil that was In sight. Laughter.
Mr Carlisle pointed out the Inoon
s'stency of Senators In voting for free
1 imllng twine and against free cotton
The two articles woro made of the
tame materials, and those materials
wero on the free list.
Mr. Washburn argued that there was
no parallel between the two cases.
Rinding twlno was made exclusively of
steal grass and manlla (on which there
was no duly), while cotton bagging was
innde largely of Jute, on which thero
was a high duty.
Mr. Turplo could see no possible de
fense for Imposing a duty either on
binding twlno or on cotton bagging,
unless It wero the necessity of preserv
ing the symmetry of the bill a sym.
metry of rapine and spoliation.
3Ir, Sherman argued against Mr.
Davis' amendment on tho ground that
if binding twine and cotton bagging
were left to American competition,
the result would be to establish lower
prices. As to combinations, he said
that whenever it was shown to the
satisfaction of a competent court that
thero was "trust" In any article
to put up prices, he would
be in favor of putting that
article on the free list; but be did not
recard an association of men to buy the
foreign raw material as within tho
meaning of the mischief of a trust.
Mr, Jones of Arkansas replied, and
said that while Mr. Sherman always
professed his desire to suppress trusts
he never voted In support of his pro
fession. Mr- Jones offered an amendment to
Mr. Davis' amendment, adding the
words, "Durlaps and bags for grain
n:ade of burlaps."
The amendmont was debated and re
jected bv a vote of 24$ yeas, 38 nays.
31 r, Davis' amendment was then
agreed to yeas, 38; nays, 13.
In the Houo
Immediately after the read lag of the
j-jroal In the House to-day, the Clay,
i c Xircckinrldge ease was takes up,
ar) Mr. Breckinridge proceeded to
argue in his own behalf, lie
cL urged the chairman of the Com
tE"'te on Elections (Howell) with
l- rrnprlety is prejudicing the ease.
'it -J. gcutfetaaa, la discussing another
c'Ttl,.a cae, had referred, to the ease
fr m the Second Arkansas district, sail
had declared that la that district Ave
rr Ittcal murders bad occurred. He.
ci' cd upon the genUeuua to Basse the
Mr Kuwell said tbey wew Baalasaia,
Frl'b- Rentley aatl day toa, while an
enmpt bad beea made to assasatnato
Mr BrecWarfclsja deaiad the correct
re -3 of this statement and called atteu
ti n u the fact that Out taraflasaaa
1 rrc.f toucuned la a report which
r t uat then was a susptcioa ooly
r'. these things bessf true. lie
i iid that these mutters were
I" ikal munjftfs. His distiaguisitttl
ir , .lamented oppnimat had bee foully
r: Infamously avudeced. But m ana
1-j jr Jucedaay avldeaee ttiat U was
l-nr.y sense the result of public a
t j-i.Lv or had come frosu coflactive or
r i . anized effort.
Thi Mate of Arkansas had das test
I'r a in money and is eftoct tits it had
ccr tU.no hebm to detect a4 pwaish
. . ulty. The crisis WJ a statu
.- the State and m Injury to the
aud as long as it was teft at ofc
. u was ausceptUria of Us-
.d by uaserupuwus
i litical pureawi. But
( hrgd either oa the Soar or ia
u Uiat Uu puoplauf AdUMtsM
Lt..r shoa syiapalhy with tht
.. uirims or that ha (Brackia
. iiodasy kuuKiedaeof It la the
i.t agt uttvri.d tfctt vUch
- .wsxaly jdJ uicao 4 wUcfc
ki.t to bt Uw (Qsatoctaste
c n turn 1 u i - a! U-nlion. W J udgti
. and t .... i iu.it o.. had been
L.i than u.v i.Luiuoltbih
a 'e- JwJvti' .o kaumswhsiBHiad
Mr McCIure for s aapott
Link judicUl positha Co Ar
!U . iJltd upua uy luciuLic
iiiiiilc. U) deuy lh. A .
lv Ai I'll i- itrji-Ui -
tim b comWlflt) ssffl thut M Rrl
rcorftreiie(l Jsrlfli McClitte Hi stfoas;
terms, tetfevtftg hm to tm ont of the
hfst Mm Hwtt oomTWtflBt rwefl IB
Wlrwi tt trmlftr Bmnnt,
Mr. Qny to dy hitrorlnced la tire
Swmte a Mil rewriting the erwetrte
wlf eonmetlng the CtovwnHWBt D
Ptlrtflt to b rrnt rittdlw gronml. Ttm
m cmtIw an ftppropTlfttlon of S'TS.fJ'W.
A similar Mil Is rwwling In th Horn.
Spralnt ll.Tnmlni-r of Ilrtijr.
The lresldent to day sent to the Sen
ate the nomination of John II. B.
Anstek of Penniylnr, to be MeW
examiner of drugl, metficlwe arM
chemlcale In the flftktet of lll)Wel
phia. THE KNIQflTS AND THE RAILROAD.
the Arbitration Uommlttre Trjlnu ts
Solvo the Uimenlty,
AlbAst. 1C. Y., Sept. 5. The 8tate
Board of Arbitration met this morning.
Division Superintendent Blssell of Al
bany was the first witness, and said
that no one had been discharged for
being a Knight of Labor. Two
discharged employes, Lefevre ami
Staley, who had been connected with
the company for elghteon and fourteen
years, testified they had nevor been rep
rimanded, and understood thoy were
dismissed for being connected with a
latter organization, although no cause
was assigned lor their dismissal. Simi
lar testimony was given by Prank "Wil
bur, William Kale, John J. Kenwlck,
Alfred Dubois, John Gallagher and
John Bonner, all discharged employes.
A number of other discharged om
ploycs testified In the same strain. Mr.
Packard, superintendent of tlio West
Albany shops, said the men
wero discharged for lack of
work. A. J. Ross, freight transfer
agent, testified that tho men were dis
charged for Incompetency, This closed
tho Investigation, nnd the board will
havo to mako lt$ recommendation to
tho Legislature In January, as both par
ties did not consent to arbitrate.
CHARGED WITH ASSAULT.
Mr. 1'nrker Arroileil nnil IIoM rnr the
A magistrate's warrant was yesterday
Issued for George T. Parker, charging
him with assault with Intent to kill. IIo
was arrested about 3.30 o'clock In the
of tornoon and taken to tho Pollco Court.
Judge Mills had adjourned court and
gone home, but ho consented when a
messcngor was sent to his houso to come
down and dispose of tho charge, so
Parker would not havo to bo looked up.
Tho defendant waived preliminary
examination, and gavo bonds in the
sum of $1,000 for appearance before tho
Judge Bradley to-day issued a writ of
hnbtiu torpus, commanding that Philip
Walker Parker be produced forthwith
In court Fields and Bell the attorneys
for Mr. Parker, appeared In court this
afternoon and stated that they were un
able to produce the child and asked for
a continuance of tho return on the
hahtn eerpui until next Monday. They
stated that tho child was In the posses
sion of Mrs. Shed, a sister of Mr. Par
ker, and would be properly cared for.
It Is not certain whether the testimony
upon their return on Monday will be
made orally or by affidavit.
CONSIDERING GUY'S CASE.
No Conclusion Will lie readied rsr a
In reference to the decision of the
Commissioners In the caw of Lieutenant
Guy, no conclusion has been reached,
and tho decision will not be given out
to-day. It Is likely, however, that a
conclusion will be arrived at by to
morrow or Monday.
Commissioner Iline said: "After a
review of the testimony It would not do
for either of the Commissioners to say:
On the whole, I find Lieutenant Guy
guilty or not guilty.' If Lieutenant
Guy is found guilty, then each Com
missioner roust state specifically in
writing upon which of the charges
that wero profered against him, or,
tke ttr$a, why he is not guilty upon
such and such a charge."
Colonel Robert was late In reaching
the building to-day, and Mr. Hlae left
for New York upon the 3:15 o'clock
i . m mil.
DANGERS OF THE MINE.
litEUt 3Ien Hurled tiy a Cave-In, Hut
MiNNBAiOLia, Mins., Sept. 5. The
Journal's Ishpeming special says eight
miners were burled In the Lake Ange
line mine by a cave-in on the sixth level
Every effort Is being made to rescue
them. The men are alive, awl are com
Biunlcated with by means of a pipe used
to eouvey compressed air for power
i . .
II1IU Approved by tbe l'realdeat.
The Presides! has approved tbe act
la regard to colllsioas at sea. eoastitut
ing Carlo, Ills, a port of delivery ia the
customs colleetioa district of New
Orleans; to remove tbe charge of desor
Uoo fro the record of W. II-IFeatOB,
granting relief of Samuel 1). Harper,
for the relief of the heirs or legal
representatives of Robert J. BaugBess,
deceased, exteadiag the criaiiaal juris
dlctloa of tbe circuit sad district
courts to the Great Lakes and coaaect
iag waters, for the relief of the Norfolk
Couaty Ferry CoatwUtoe, for Ik relief
of Isabella nanc , for ths coastructioa
of two bridges across Boeuf River,
La., sad to provide an AaMrieaa reg
ister for the ateaasar Italia.
Thinks He U a Kiss.
Lo&dok, Sept. 8. Frederick Nich
olas Smith, a uegro, ciaUaiag to have
come to Eagtaad from Africa, by way
of BostoB, I merles, has been arrested
oa a charge of writing letters to the
Queen of r'ngUnil. lut claims to be
the rightful klag of Yorba, la Africa,
aad to haw has deprived of Us Vies
dent by th British. 'IV authorities
neals are true or whether he is a
Haakej at tMutsg,
Sakvtoo a, M. Y.. Sept. 5 -The SU
tioaal Baak Xssojaaaiios Wt &i 11 - ut
J or tavs lats sjssssjbsi as shssr sajfessssut.
Hou. Charles J. Presto, uxwriotesdee-i
baahiag dsyartsatsjt of State of My
York, wum w address oa the New
York safety fuad hankie it svstaaa.
par es UPHWpJf e"li "SaBF"eej " "WP
Pspets vere read by others.
vwossavg LkMM- umiiiaiiii.sBS.
LoiWOH, Sept. 5. JtoMurM.y Pvti,
l& a rMrtahse ssadjsr, fiaalbsss ton fradas
Vaiosi Cuftgeij ajad itot'rsrrf that
the prote5gs of the body ace
vumked by a great deal of good sense.
Th srtkle utraJds the ojfcer coa
Msrva jmftvif for tMi wt?oua
Uuster L.vtr tbe coagaws.
Social liaUi of yurtfjt uri M Itj-c
L Utitu ft add Putou. u. &taUuu 7 ti. u
i-t-Uanr . . fur N voJu FI'b IV i i
i D B ' -it i. -4 u I, U l lit-, o jJ
ia ,tf. i 1 I
HUMOR IN GRAVEYARDS
mim mtkrn on tombstoitio
IN m TYROL.
the neewrtf Ttttt Always Otempit
rtetltnry, KWt UhnrtSt Ilnrt lbtry
nnrt IncenUBrti" InocrlptlBn or
Frm tht lori4m Jfrrtring flWiwfufif .
In a miniature volume of epitaphs
and Iwcripttons recently published In
Leipufemay he fownl some curlonsaml
amtrsing epHaphs, the result of Lndwlg
von Ilotmnn's gleanings among the
Tyrolean Alps' burial grounds. Here
it was the custom formerly, we are
told, to Inscribe the age ami Initial let
ters t'f the defunct on one of the planks
of which tbe bier was constructed; after
the funeral this was placed upright, or
sometimes laid down. In any frequented
road, generally, however, one leading
to the churchyard. Now, the grnve
boartl Is specially constructed by the
carpenter; It is usually
or rui-vimta towm,
on which the Inscription, the croes ami
different Illustrations are roughly
painted. The same may be seen In
Upper Bavaria, In the Western Alps,
and notably In Snlaburg.
Tho following epitaph Is from the
first named locality, and Is written In
verte In the original: ''My child was a
rosebud, and would have become a
rose, But death came to smell tbe per
fume, and then It abode no more on
Tho three wo next select are less
poetically conceived, although the
rbvmo Is duly observed In German.
"Hero lies burled the respeeted maiden
N. N., who died In her 17th year, just
when she was most wanted."
"Dost thou see any difference hero
between the rich and the poor 7" iho
passer-by Is asked In tlio noxt ono;
probably he has often put this samo
nuesllon to himself; but It may bo
doubted, especially If ho woro In n
contemplative mood, If ho cvor framed
so concise an answer as the one to
hand. "Death makes all equal; to day
red, tomorrow dead." Not every
healthy person Is necessarily red; but
tho poet sacrificed both sentiment and
THE BXIOnNCIKS OF nilTME.
In the third example the contrary
Is the case, however; rather than bo
found wonting In tho lattor virtue the
writer preferred to add an extra line to
tho verse: "Here rests the blessed N.
N., who, in this rose-garden, Is waiting
for hor parents; but not only for hor
parents for tho whole parish like
wise '" Yet nothing could be more em
phatic and sad than tho following epi
taph, dated "Obcrgestalen, Switzerland,
Feb. 18, 1720: 'Gott t What mourning
ElBhty-olEht In one grave !"
Wo come now to a few specimens of
sepulchral lore which are decidedly
more graphic than pathetic. In the
original they are nothing less than
humorous, both In conception and In
the conscientious struggle to maintain
the rhjmo at all costs. The tlrst ex
ample (like many others, indeed) boars
no date: "Hero lies interred our organ
lit Why? Because ho Is dead. He
pt alied God at overy breath; the stone
Is above and he underneath." Another
organlit Is favored with, "Here lies
Martin Krug, whom children, wife and
organ tcUug" (thumped). The birth
and death of another Individual Is thus
recorded and lamented: "Ach ach!
ach' hero rests Herrvon Zach; he was
born at the Bodenseo and died of
stomachache." For summarizing, tho
author of tho following Inscription de
serves mention: "In life, red as a cin
nabar, In death white as chalk; died
October 17; burled on tbe 10th." In the
next tho witter does his best to explain
tho inevitable, although the epigram
Itself Is slightly confusing: "Hero lies a
young Ochscleln, the son of Carpenter
Ochs; the Lord did not intend that he
should become a big Ochs" (ox). A
certain Ilerr Bot Is recommended to
mercy in a style which Is somewhat Independent-
"Here rests Hlppacher Bot;
take pity on him, lleber Gott, even as
Hlppacher Bot would remember thee,
lleber Gott, If you were Hlppacher Bot
and he the lleber Gott." This line of
argument recurs frequently In the
Tyrolese burial grounds,
Tho following, on a carter who was
with the foregoing- "The way of
eternity Is not at ail far; he left at 7,
and at 8 he was there." One who fell
down a precipice has bis tragic ead im
mortalized as follows: "Here the butcher
Prantel nut on his death-mantle: a
heavy fall was that, for a man with 80
years at his back."
An Inscription over the grave of a
married couple states first: "Ia this
grave lies Anleh Peter, bis wife they
burled later; they laid her next tohlia."
It is then asked maliciously "But will
he now enjoy everlasting peace'" A
widower, who was glad to be relieved
of tbe compauy of his better half, ex
claims. "Here, God be thanked, is suy
wife interred, who quarreUed daily with
iae. therefore, good Lord, keep far from
this grave, lest she 'get up and quarrel
Two accidental deaths, caused by a
thrust from a bullock, are la each ease
recorded with Chrtstlsu gratitude for
the result. The first oaa reads: "Aad
he Measured seven feet. God gwat him
evetiastiag peace; as uafortuatate buli
thrusi seat alia to the abode of th just."
The secoad, "By a poke from a bull, to
paradise I came; perforce I turaad pals
aid had to leave say wife aad babes;
still, I gained eternal rest through you,
you brute, you beast." Innumerable
COXMUtOSUTIVB MOS.D TASLS1S,
with Must rat js that tffuilirf owe's. hff
stand oa red, of the eouatless acckleats
which have occurred hi these atouatsia
The descriptions of the accidents have
also their peculiarities, witness the fol-
VoStiatf ; Wbjnt AB tibB TsfUll &MA0 Wi&h
IgnaUusr Just now he looked at his
brother and said: 'Kua quickly after
your hat, otharwiae it will he carried
away with taw wind.' And as he sprang
after thn hai no fytnrni prolnctiift flt
edge of the oath he fail below on to a
stone. Bis head caw) is two, oourabw
ware kit is, probably he was already
dead, God comfort hm.'' It ia left to
the reader to decade who htavi it was
that came in two. This ftfiiaph on one
who was choked to death is wore ex
planatory. "Death, with his bones,
choked Juiut Sue who."
In A vhental th vandamf is apostro
phiUcd as fvUows "Wander, stopeAd
vats px njgath, wnstif yon will njveet with
yours uod only knows." 0 will be
tween LuttAchaad Weissenbach may he
scad this puMsz' frpttaris "In Chris
tian '"TOfWltiTfft to K. R , who d
Mtfsnd tsss sMn wltavottt any os's as
ssstanctf " Aaviher descriptive one re
lates. "Heite Martin Eausch died-
strut-k him in the body and wade hitu
lyl-i. Gcurge was ahau there, but up l J
the patent time he U uiw w-.ll Au
1U.C1 UJpABla; ill UaU ItUuU IL-.'IiscU'-J J.
blji tlttt.1 In-i-U-ei "--- - ' -- aa' '
H graphic, but rearls rather Hire pt
the cart before the horse, the IWUc-b fw
tt doing bein. as usual. In ortet
preserve tbe rhyme In Oermeti: "la
half n hour W. L. was 111. rre'
well. ' Conrlw. too. is the followlftf :
"Here they He, all three; an ox, a
donkey and he.'' the Illustration faith
full portraylBg the three sWe; hT side.
Aftftti, of a Slc lnvwWen ten
peorre perished ft h slater! ifcat "two
person were drowned ami the rest sink
deep down." The difference to the tc
tlms was not gTeat In any cate.
The following Is similar to a well
known English epitaph, commencing
'Earth goes on to earth, glittering in
gold, etc.;" "Oh, God, how will that
be, whr n earth h laid to earth ; when
earth Is covered with earth, and If earth
has does nothing good on earth, how
will It stand before the God of the
earth'" One more example to finish'
"Here lies Mat tern Kos, a merrlunl
with a thriving business; he lived for
thirty years, till Death said, Matteui,
come here,' No. 80 in the town where
lie passwl his laat night."
The Ingenuousness of some nf these
Inwrlptlons provokes a smile, which
was generally unintentional on the part
of the poet; but, for our own part, we
prefer this to the feeling of repugnance
which some of the stereotyped forms of
mourning on view In the cemetery a In
mode unavoidably create.
MAY BE RECALLED.
MlnlMrr Mtrner'n ("nurte Does
I'lenie the State Department,
It is generally understood that the
course of Minister Mlzner In regard to
the recent hostilities botween Guatemala
and Salvador has not proven entirely
satisfactory to the State Department,
and his recall very shortly Is not Im
probable. It Is believed that he used
the weight of the Influence of the
United States too much In the Interests
of Guatemala. The killing of General
Barrundla will also be investigated. If
it appears that Mlzner advised the
Guatemalan Government that it pos
sessed the light to selro General Bar
rundla upon the vessel; or, if ho ad
vised the master of the vessel to alve up
tho General, ho exceeded bis authority.
It Is stated that the MInlstor should have
done no more than Inform the master of
tho ship as to the principles of inter
national law governing tho case and
thus allowed him to use his own judg
ment as to the course to pursue.
WANT GRANT'S IeMAInFmOYED.
A tJriiinl Army I'aitt 1'iimcs Appropriate
At a recent meeting of tho U. S.
Grant Post. No. 12, Department of the
Potomac, G. A. II., thero was a spirited
dlrcusslon over the removal of Genoral
Grant's remains to Arlington. The fol
lowing preamble and resolutions were
Whereas aa romrailM of the firs ml Army
of the Hepubllc, conllslly Indorsing and
approving the removal or the remain ot
(Icucral If. 8. (Irant from ItlverMde Park,
New York, to Arlington, Va there to rest
among- the thouamls of our dead comrades
who followed the sword of the great com
mander who led tli in to lienor and victory
against I be streaming fire of (ectwlon, ami
who went down to the red death of battle
Hint this llepubllc might lhe live an a
beacon to the opiireoetl, live M a Iterltage
of lllierty to mankind; therefore I It
L'twlint, That U. 8. Grant Post, No. 13,
I'eportment ot the Potomac, Oraml Army
of the Itepuhllc, join with the American
Congreu. and the loyal people of the
United Slates, In the request to Mrs. Grant
that ehe permit the reiailDt of her Illustri
ous luutMDil to tie removed and hurled In
some suitable spot In or near the city of
Washington, where the people of the whole
country will unite lu providing mean for
the erection of a monument, fitting and
appropriate, on the hills, commemorative
or tbe matchless tervlee to the country of
the greatest General of modern clvillistlon,
ubote honored name we bear as a O. A. K.
Jio 1'rujrer, Jfo I'y,
London, Sept. 5. M. Stmmbouloff.
the Bulgarian premier, says In an Inter
view that he compelled the exarch of
the Bulgarian church to permit tbe
clergy to pray for Prince Ferdinand by
threatening to stop the exarch's stipend
from the treasury, ami to pay the
clergy of the various dioceses without
his intervention. The exarch has here
tofore acted In the Russian interests.
I'ardoni 1 ranted.
The Presklont has granted a pardon
In the case of Melvln C Rust, of Mass
achusetts, convicted of counterfeiting
and sentenced to a year's imprisonment
at liard labor.
He has also remitted the nne in tbe
case of Patrlek Connolly of Calif oalaa,
convicted of smuggling and sentenced
to a year's imprtsoraent and $50 fine.
A tourist agent and cbaperoa will ac
company tbe reaasilvaaia KsiUojd excur
sion to Niagara Falls oa September 11.
Kate is only Ii0 for lb round trip. Tickets
good for tea day.
The Strike Over.
The State Department this morning
received a dispatch from U. S. Consul
Adswson, at Colon, saying that tbe
strike of tbe laborers oa the railroad is
practically over. It la pfobahle that the
orders to tbe U . S. Kearaarge, which
bad been seat there to protect American
interests, will he revoked.
This Is ths Uiue of the year to go to
Niagara. Don't buss tha shMee of gulag
on aoyfciHaber 11, via Pennsylvania KaJl
osd. for ill). (ioo4 to return lu ten day.
Special train with parlor caw.
Gawge Willyoti be wine?
Maud Yes, Gawge, until the ead of
eglBOLD-HVfcMKS. - On Sdptessber .,
ItW.br then. Kr. Sttor. at the re4iieiu.-
mI the bride's paresta. WUluun A Stwboli
stud I. due Baahas. both of inUclty .
ArtfHKSOai -Mr.. Jlnry Jtltcneaou, wU
of ilm aJtcheuBB. is the 74 rear of net as.
rwBMaTs u'aioek Satnntoy alteration boat
her tats testassce sat Sows Lee street. AIx
Ml liSiT -Dsparud
the lite En 1
19 Tears and 1 -"
Vaaerat Iroat nvmouta t n.. i
thttrch wtaatay at J ovloek p as. aVda
Ue and friesds uf tbe tastily tespeutuUy
iivitud to atimd
Bulsistute sad Pbila ilr pWa euy J
blLVgit -pu oeHetnber . USat 4 m..
at tf yawacaii!tt arusue uurthwt. ti-i
tU. Ana, ieOKkter ul Itteaaad WOuamSil
vr, ai-d 11 nwaths.
KSSiAKJJT -uu w edaesday kveaiai, Scj
eiuber 3, US. at a o'ekwfc p- at-. Alcer t
utiutNsr a, tkSN. at a o'etw p- at-, Atcer
A-nnnew, wu o( tasriMW s.enn.iay.a
ss leasa. at aar lass seslasace. Wo stew
wr avenue nonaweM
UO itfn amaaiMr. kifini
aujfnier ut Wsihwe and ary WSifir.
awW v Baa Hinsi Ijhi sVUtt
FunnnU fjx,s at Fetw'i wh ftnUy.
cptMahet s, at t o'tWI p. aw
Lit HBJf pblko H3 m tht UtflUk. !
Uaici-ir i-ii VA4.-ki1.ttuu I t' at t'
ill L j s.,Jet) ! 1..I1 w
WANTED T9 6IT RKH QOrmt.
A Man Arrmerf for TrylBK t MAy
Tootofflre Insrn rtori .Tacohs d
Stoutenburg arreird yesterday, at
Mathewstown, Md , .' J 9. Nlchoisrm,
who Is charged with n 'ng the malla for
illegal purposes. JTIcholtrm rtcelted a
prhited circular from a "green gootla"
man named Adam V. Conklilig, other
wle known as Ed. Parmalee, who Is
located at Hoboken. N. J.
The letter was similar to those that
have been sent over the country for
years, offering to sell $1,000 of clnmeily
executcd counterfeit money for $300,
and $10,000 worth for f5fl. In response
to the letter from the "green goods'
man, Nicholson addressed a communi
cation in which he remitted $10 for
some of the goods. lie stated that after
he received them ami they appeared to
be all that was claimed be would semi
John D. King, postofhVe Inspector,
detailed Mr. Jaeobs to look the matter
tin, and he arrested Nicholson and took
him before United States Commissioner
Rogers at Baltimore, where he was re
quired to give bail in the sum of
$1,300. Nicholson really believed that
he was going to get the money, ami did
not seem to reallre that they were play
ing the old sawdust game on him. This
Is the first Instance where tbe "dupe"
of a "green goods" man has been ar
retted for nslne the malls.
The t.'nrlonn Scene Witnessed on n
Jrotn .ScrltiwT r
We were seated on the veranda of
the residence smoking when there
arrived a Catholic priest and an assist
ant, who imssed on to the tnclosurs.
Shortly after came n wagon filled with
clothing, and, being curious to wit
ness anything else connected with the
negroes, I followed. Inside the In
closure the negroes wero drawn up In
rows. Their brands were examined
and they wero separated Into lots
representing each mark, Tho priest.
assisted oy ins young man, passed
along In front, the young man register
log tho name tho priest had given each
as they were baptized.
As the priest finished one lot they
woro at once furnished, tho women with
a sort of loose gown of coarse cotton
cloth and tho men with a long shirt,
and then rent off In different directions.
Dinner being called, we returned to
tho residence After dinner I returned
to the Inclosure, but there was not a
negro there, and visiting tho fields with
tho proprietor I did not sec ono that I
thought had made tho voyage with us.
Don S. B. said that there wero but
twenty-five of the now arrivals on his
plantation, the others having been de
livered to the planters who had already
contracted for them, paying $3.10 for
IIo Trented Her Cruelly.
Mrs. Rose M. Aufeuthie today en
tered suit for divorce from her husband.
John P. Aufutnle, on the ground of
KJ-FgST ItKUKVKt). DR. WIIITB.
lltt I'enna. are.. opposite willard's Hotel.
Thousands from far ami near vllt Dr. White'
establishment for relief from and avoidance
of cores, bunions, diseased nails and all
ether foot troahles. Hoar. 8 a. tn. to 8 p. m.
MiEdayi, S to 18. Office fee, il per visit fur
putting the feet In good order. Xatabllaued,
KarWASIIINOTON SAFK DRP081T CO.,
zxr SIS and SIS Pennsylvania avenue.
Ilooms Ore and burglar proof, and all above
(iron nd, particularly adapted for the storage
of furniture, pictures, &o. auW-Im
KD-fTKJirOHAHY OFFICK OF TUB
" WASHIHOTON LOAN AND TWOST
1C01F street .w.
This company Issues oertlfleatee of deposit
bearing Interest as follows: On all amounts
deioslted for ninety days or wore, but lesa
tbaa six awiBths, 3 par cent, per annum; J
per seat, on deposits for more than six
BvoutlH, but less than a year aad 4 percent,
on deposits of one year or lonter.
Secured Investments for sale.
MflfiAT lofl.11 Oil a
W. 8. HOI1UON. Sec. B. n. WARNEK. Pres.
Charles H. Bailey, George F. Sohafex.
James I,. Harbour, John A. Hamilton.
Oeorge K. Hartol, Thomas SosaervlUe,
Hlebard W. clay, Joob A. Swops.
Horace S. Cubumbk, -1. 8. Svrormaiedt.
J. J. DarUaxton, Ilatteraley V. Talbott.
John Joy Bdson, Georee Tnteadstl,
Charles J. Faulkner, U. U. Warner,
Albert F. Fox, A. A. Wttsoe,
O. O. Oreen. L. II. Wine.
William II. Gnrley, S. W. Woodward,
John B. Lamer, Chaa. BesJ. WlSlnson,
A. 8. Wortbiaetoa.
KT5fFOBBBBO A MURRAY.
35' AaeaU In Wathlsatoa far
tiib whittikr klevator
THE BBST ELEVATOR IN THE WORLD.
Over4ebave been put Into tbe bt build -loiw
ia Washington la tbe Ust two year by
BeUaaieg promptly fumlaaed. AbMaaeato
for the Worthlas'Uw Hteaa Piuoptaf MaeWn
y. Also General MaeatnUtsaad Baataeers.
A hiss stoek of anaines aad Batters, Pumps
and Elevators on band
Wareroom from IDOt to toss Seventh street
FSOTBOT YOUBSBLVKS3 AUAtJtiT
TVFHOJD ASU MALARIAL
The Alvsrex Dtaineoiant CoBaoay ta pre
to mmwate aaa msiaieci au nteauaea
by typaoht aad other maHsfflset aau
r dracaiat or croeer for the ALVi
iBTAXD CfaaFOOL IHSIKFECT
e. tOo. anil SI iir buz. Vur fur
tker jnSnraisMiiii aS dress the Company, at 9S
Fat. a.w, aaS.Ua
OHAHTSRSD BY OOMOKstSn) Urn.
FBAKICUX IXSUKAXCB CO.
OF WAaBIXtntW. Q. C,
CIWTIL AMD STKPLL'B. IWnJftS, Has
ueer tunteatwl a, loaa by Sra, aat aiways
prom 1 1 ana uasm aajuaunenu. ur.
S. Clarfce. peeet: George I. Lemon.
psest; CaarlasS. aradley, tnsaa.;L Man
loaac sevy; sui r.
KOT SUVJC YOL'K
yjj,nilsa 4Wttslss HfcP"M
4. WlXiUM uu
aasFA. AVS.V. w..
Istaach Qsace. tsa MatTlaaa ava. s. w.
ssatMS-atasas ssaaafaetaraf at the day. GaB
aad saa har aew aaapsa- saeaoalasT aad
awnntai . wmm aadMtthsss aJtwCto the
Atdnia naiinStT aataaand to.
MSAVKV TO till.
"t f OKgY TO LOAK OK REAL tBTATS Q
il 1 Scat-dags securities at Wwest rates ot
liitwmat. aWanlay ahsrsarttLooiL
fOLOAK 0 GOOO CCirY.
AT 4KB FB CEiST.
Oa 4PPfvb4 ReaJ SUtit' SMh-'ortty
U AKSh4i ii
16 f -'
O . UILL, ESAL Sol i Ti J - '
. JSaxijiaiia 'u v " .,- - r ' i
. fir,. I .
tVATRu ft ir.r.
A?rntt-A tmnm wiw ortrhKrii
Brerersl nwMorn m mau ramy. ap-
XfATn-A OgWHTAS OTHt Mt N
J eral hontcwor m a famfly of s tn
ftst n w. a-st
rAKTM- WOWAJT TO COOK. WAB
J a -. .a s.. SLlka aJ Uhn
reffrer.rw. Apply 1SW I
nrm imn; iriTiv iiny ii- diwiiv nm unng
"rASTBn-WHtTK mM.Fonrr; ajtd
tr Bfral hotiteworlt; rtferfneeirwqnlTwil.
Apply at tu 7th at. .
rANTBD-FtlWT CLAW COOK AND TO
I in Wrur and irontaa fot small f amllv.
1M P ot n W. va
rATK1)-WTTrTKOtRL ABOV t 14 Y'RS
old to alt taking eat of a eMM; one
who to home at nwit preferred. Apply
HIS ftth t n w. l-
ASTED-A CrOOIl PAHTBt COOK At)
i?ro white bow fot store Wort: mn't
have referMiees. Apply WW M st n w.
Y swat once at Mr. HAFKLFI5RR'!,
HlOtnhnn w. l,1t
TAHTKt)-A WOMAN TO COOK AND
assist In washtna- and Ironing: mat
brlns: swod reference from lt employw.
Call at ISTO IMh -t n w iM
JANTBD-ASRTILKI) WHITE WOMAN
to do the housework for a family of 8
adnlts. falat IW9thtnw. 4,8t
ANTKD-AT ONCK-STRONO WOMAN
rook and do cr-neral honwworK: no washing;
white preferred call at Its ifiwankm rt n
w. arst street above Honndary ami llth. l.tt
7 ANTED - BXMRtllNCBD SLEEVE
V hands; also skirt hand. Apply rwoth
t n w. Wt
wit.: alsn rnmfMtMnt enaiMt ro
1rANTKt-OOOD NDR8E AND ClUVf
beet of references reqnlred.
Call at i?i ) st.
1TANTKD-A COLORED OlllL TO COOK
VV and do the honPWork; nmt star at
nlant; reference reiiulrett. Apply SSS "th st
t7-ANTHD-A titRL FOlt (1RNHUAL
V boncework; also settled white woman.
ISM Wallae h I'lare 3,t
WANTSD-OBIIMAN OIRL FOR I.tOHT
general housework In smelt family. Ap
ply 1SI9 Bth t n w. Mt
W ANTKD-AT 1SIT ( ST NW-AN HON
ot, reliable girl for general lrousework;
references required. Mt
WANTKD-JN A SMALL FAMILY. A KE
1 table girl t o awlst In general bouse work.
Apply at MH N Y are. Mt
ArANTED-A:NBAT WOMAN TO COOK.
waIi and Iron In a private family; must
stay at night Call at tiff I, st n w. St
colored nurse for child 1 year old. Apply
at once. 18(817111 st n w. Mt
tArANTED-HRSPKCTAULE WHITE OlllL
t for general homework- Apply with
reference, 418 lOtli st n w. Mt
WANTKD-I1Y BXl'KniKNCKD DKIWS
maker, lately from Philadelphia, using
French Tnllor System, employment by week
or day. Can give best of references. Apply
at 14 SI 81 st. Mtt
WANTKD-SITl'ATION BY A MIHDLK
aged woman to take care of an Infant
and do plain sewing and make herself useful
In a family. Can be seen at 1888 F st. Refer
VANTBD-A MTUATION AS NURSE OR
chambermaids city references. Ad
dress 1110 10th st n w. 5 Si
WT ANTED- UYHESI'KrTAM.KCOLOHBO
girl, situation as chamlwrmald. nnrs
or to wait on table or aist In general house
work, call or address No. 1 In alley bet Vt
a e ard 1Mb t and I. and M sis S-lt
rANTKD-DY A llKeTKCTAIlLK AND
1 experlenceil colored youth, situation to
drive, as waiter or to wurk around buc.
gootl reference, fall or aildress 11W lii'li t
tirANTBD-MTHATlONS BY 8 COI.OHKH
women; one to do general housework
and the other cbamberwork and wal'lng,
lived with last emplo)er8 toart Addret
MARY. Ihlsofnce. 4M
TANTED-IIY A YOINO WHITE MAN,
I a situation; has bad experience In meat
and srocrrv store Call or address J. K.
C1IU M11ACKKH, tat) Va ave a w. Mt
17-ANTKD-BY HERMAN OIRL. A PLACE
II i to do general housework In a small
family.? Call or addresa issseth sta w. M
WANTKD-DY RBSPKCTAIILE COLORED
woman, laundry work at ber reldeneo:
lest references given to all who will patron
le her. Address or call IMS 10th st n w. 3.1t
"f TTANTEDBY ltFKCTABLI COLORED
? girl, a situation as cbimbermald or to
do housework. Apply HICK stow; must
stay at night. a.St
wanted" -:by an experienced
I washerwoman, washing and Ironing to
do at borne; references furnished; good work,
call or ailitreaaUM 87th stnw. 3 St
Wantedthe pcblic to know
that Wm F. Osrser has Horses. Car
riages. Hamas and wagoes of alt style
forsaleorblre by the day, week or month.
Best or terms. Office at Carriage and Hareesa
Depot, toe Pa. av. n. w , u and Stb ats. oitlco
Telephone call No T30 se.H
TrANTED-HOBK8 TO FASTURE AT
V General Beale's farm at IS per month:
best of pasture, running water and plenty of
shade, with careful attention. Apply to gen
eral manager. E. B. LAFFEKTY. 10th st and
La ave, or at tbe farm. Telephone call, tus-
A FEW DESIRABLE ROOMS, WITH
steam power, good elevator service and irt-
elaaa Jaaltonnlp, la tbe IOeT BUILDING,
for reat at low rates to flrttelaas tenaaU.
Apply to STILSON nUTCHINS, WS Port
Building, or FRANK MAGUIKE, Baperia
t end ant.
170RCKD SALE OF HKAL RbTATB.
x" uo voir wastt a srAr
That Sne old homeetesul, 3SS1 Q at a w,
eoBprhdng nearly SS.S0S feet of ground and
among the moat deilgbtiul elevation in
Georgetown, will be sold at a sacrifice if
taken won. Ttriaa eaa be made satlsfae
tory; but the property most be sold at onee.
Eey at Mr. C. H. Kick ling's omoe. Hbxn st,
Georgetown. Write to
L. G. JOHNSON.
au2.tr McharOsvilbi. Ya
T7IOR SALE IN ALEXANDRIA. S-MOOM
L frame hones, hut iatohbm; ayaraatla
yawl; lot tsH5; aaBg naaiaj price, saw. Ap
ply to ROBERT jTTHQMJlS.wmu So. , U
FOR SALE-TBREB OF TBE CBSAFmiT
aoase ia Washington, 1M. MS and 1
11th st a e; two-ator y and tmiamsnt, browa
atoae trimming; T roosns aad bath; efatctrla
bells and gaa: price, Hjm aaca. S50D oaab
balanoe to suit or trade lor auod lota.
MIS Mass ave. IT re aad ataato
U! Connate, Un
lsth t .. 14 rs
7SM 4at a w. U ra mm
ItS X st a w. IS r SS SS
gat caaMs a w, u ts. m
9f BVyer Plat, U r J9
assi u is a w, ui rs .
Mat It st a w. JO w-.
V saca Wa. a, S nt
l i" at w. 9 r.
I0S Cbaji at, rs.
b&s utb at a w. Sn
sK8 rth i a w. Mr aa4 W
mSB afirh at n te. 8 ra
mi astb at u w. i (a
aWasUt a w.a ra .. ......
WWas GUfvV aaasasssmw VaJsY Pa veepsBpaaBs sv"n ffsgif-
alt f rum uur "Sic oalf-
JUMT-TWO aMlMB XXV WI-
WtiQmWBBi i0HJtfl- InPsV Mh RF USjaV
mf OBJoATfiiM aKsW ESSS -JS-S
aoans or a- aswu.wiw vast
lUiltOwl. aviuSer t ttUlUM
l(ok Kxibai... -U locnl atocka
sal u,ii.Ui,i i ;),Ut sui toiJ
TtoroBAMi rrR Kmsmxn an
an wionai story on vm roann '-rrcimjt
:aMwaJloW.-Orncerf th CWnVnstonri.
v., wsshlngron. o. c , Affgnsi ae, i-"'-
ireu prowwais wm na rcceiveaai inw
fi MMll 18 O Clock BV. OB FRJIMT,
FT li rM. for cotssf rttrittit tit liHHoBt
tort on Fnnrth Prwmrt Pollfla 9WWn
HmtM'. frontlrg on E trwt, between F.wtrr
Ed ahalfand1thtn-ptwmh4rst. Wn
foriDn of Propo! artrt Speoffloatimi tn
tether with all ncear Informattow, can
be obtained nooB appUcafton therefor at th
tWIice of the TftSpWioTof BtMMhig of the
Td'trlct of ColnmMa, and only bid npon
t) (. forms will be etorMmd. The right
i reserved to rej any aan ail bid".
J. W. twvtpt
r? .- HJiJ?.
H. X. HOI
TTOlt RffT-A TCB HALL ROtiV, COW
1' fortablT farntslwl: nleasant location.
oppwuiparlt. Apply after 4 pm at lit 4th t
r.-oR xB?rr-ii isth t n w, hano
I1 some snlte of rooms on d floor: with
private bath; honge and location first class,
private family and odcratc terms. VSt
1?OR RBNT-Stmo T NW, FtJRNlSHBn
; roon-s, with flrt-o!as board; comforts
ornome: ncmic pax the door.
TOR DENT J ROOMS IN PRIVATE FAW-
miR RRNT-nsa P ST NW, TO WSNTI.K
L men S large nlrely fntntshed bfi rooms
on d floor, north and south enposur; bath
on same floor; private famil i; reft, S-St
I?OR RBNr-Ft'RNlSHED AND UNFUR
nlshed rooms; south front; newly re
paired; large, well fnrnHhed; nt, 8d and ad
floors; 18 to 186: no htmsekecplmr; northern
private lamlly; refcrenoes.881 B stn w s-y
IpOR II RNT-17W H ST N W, H ANIW1M LT
: furnished rooms, with good home table;
one 'quare wot of war and Nary Depsrt
JJ10RHBNT-I7S8G9TNW. WITHIN HALF
? sIre of War, NAvy and State Depart
?ients, three unfnrnlsheVt rooms on SM floor
or housekeeping; gas, water nnd bath; rent.
S14. 5 St
T.-HJR RKNT-1N PRIVATE FAMILY. FOtJR
X furnished moms; three rommnnlcatlng
on in noor ann i on m noor rroni; sootnern
nsposnre. 14SS L st n w; references. Bxrel
lent table board. 5-st
ipOH RENT- KLBGANT ROOMS. WITH OR
1. without board, for gentlemen, central to
callon; new nou-e; new fnrnltare; every at
tertlon glTen.lermsreaeonable 8I8C at n w.
JJIOK RKNT-8 NICK URGE FURNISHED
. or unfurnished rooms on 3d floor; hissed
near; no light housekeeping. Inquire at ISD9
770H KNT-11I N Y AVE N W-FUK-I
nlshed apartments, en snlte or slnghs,
with lioerd; large closets; ntso single nMMiwt
tieantlfnll; located; furnaces, latrobe ami
open Bre: references wehangiM 1st
FOR RKNT-11ANDSOMKLY FURNISlIRO
ror ms on 1 floor; alcove lied room, par
lor and large room connecting; private ram
lly; near Arlington Hotel lOlllMhstn w.LSt
I?OH ItKNT-lSll II ST N W-GOOD BOA RI
. ami nicely furnished rooms; single and
on snlte; aptiointments flrt class; references.
FOlt HENT-S LARGE 81) STORY ROOMBs
trout room bay window and alcove:
Imtli same floor: new liouse; private family;
home comforts; best references. Call after I
p m. 1 Ml mh st n w. l,St
IpoltOHKNT-I NICELY FURNISHED JO
. story room: suitable tori or 8 gentle
men. wltnthstnw Mt
70HHKNT-:8K CAP HT-NICELY WK
X' nlshed front room; southern exposure;
rent reasonable l.at
TWR HKST-1711 V ST N W.NKAH WAR.
' State and Nat y Departments, nicely fur
nished !M tli'or communicating rooms; also
3d Boor front. uthern exrMiire; liome aom
torts; em client table: tefereneea exchanged.
?0 HINT-IN PRIVATE FAMILY-TWO
V handsome rooms, 1st or Sd floor, with or
without hoard; In northwest, near llthst.
Address X. this omoe. S..U
1?OR RENT-FCHN18HRD, WITH BBST
I' lamed; 8 suites. 8 rooms each, all front,
and ttslnale rooms for couirfes: tiath and n tr
ior privileges; terms reneonable for first oUsa
acnommotlatlons. 815 18th at n w. 33t
IPOK RKNT-7SS 1HT1I ST N W.oPPtMlTB
: small irk; elegant lupatton; to nlrn
tarty; 1st floor, nnfn rmsbad, Se, Mt
OR RBNT-1017 1ITH ST N W-J DE
tlghtful rooms: suitable for gentlemen or
gentleman ami wiib a. it
I70K RENT I rNFURNISHRD ROOMS ON
1st flixir, with riKsl Imps, large front and
back yards; rent IH jwr mouth, no i hlldren
Inquire at l N ,1 are n w. ),.;t
T70R KENT-FURNISIIBI) OR UNFUH-
L nlshed, 1 very large front room and
communicating hall room; in desirable I.ieal
Ity and pleasant house. SllOstnw. 3,Jt
T?OR RENT-fNFURNIHDBD ROOMS ON
' 1st and 8d floors. Wlitsg, lit
TTOK'KKNT-VICKY DESIRABLE UNFUR
V nlshed rooms, Sd or Sd floors; also targe.
well-lighted basement room SIS at s e. S.3t
I?OR KKNT-t LARGE WKLL-FURNInllED
chamber to gentleman only; price, SI'.'.
Addreaa lag M at n w. S
-?OR RBNT-8 COMMUNICATING FUR
X nlshed rooms, without board; large
closets; bay window; Sd story, terms mud
erate; also rented separately. UBI L t n w
rooms, with kitchen aad dlnlBs-ruom:
terras, $t0 per month to a good and perma
nent tenant. 1407 N Y ave. Mt
TH)R RENT-TO CATERER - THN1N8-
good opportunity to responsible party. Call
491 Uh st n w
170H HKNT-8 LARGE. NEATLY FUR
1' nlshed, communicating rooms on M
floor; front room baa large alcove; board if
desired ; looatkm aasuraassed . IS04 R 1 ave.
K RBVT-IN A PRIVATE FAMILY,
nlcelv fnrnlahed narktf and bd-riKim.
1st noor, auo ironi mi room on ai nuor,
terms moSerat lSMTstnw Lit
' Handsomelr larulshed front room, beat
lu uvvt-tii nnveruAV ourv
locaiiou. private family, prke, 119. Addreaa
lsis P at n w T.St
FOlt SALE AN II KKNT.
T5"AL ESTATE Bl'LLlfflN
THOMAS E. wIgGAMAN, MT F atsesS,
CnUtPffaW WA4rm) WttnteMidmVf SS smBai afnnSnenimVPfea
8-nTOKY BsUCK AND FjUHE HOUnB FOR
42s K at n w, f a. 6 , aad bobmw rear St
ISSkVsta w. f k. Srs is
a& ih t a w, b b. s rs a,sas
Alky bet Bth aad Ttb, L and M sta a w,
fn.4 ra '. MS
tsiLsta w, b h, Tm MM
rUaudUttVteresiata w,a.tw Mds
mMss MaiHtaa at a w. fa. re- a
fctabWla alWy ass. 1SU aaa HSa.E
aadLstsaw , .. . MSS
wtasrf-saiWaattaw.f h-Sw M
aoaiMb i4awTB.M, Mas
lSHSthatn w. f k. 4n 8LaU
ass ana sus o st alley, f a,trs
WISSthat aw.ba.Sra. .
II and Sit Harton atteg a w. f h. Its.
Naadat0taUf nw.f a,St... .. Uast
UtoS8Ptorv.atiw, bifeSgn...... -
CIS to 619 K H ave a , b h, ra, aac.
I4SS ki t u w, f a. S as
caiuiFisuvso Fasnyastyr ye)tt saw.
A.t, bt isth aad ui at as-...--.- .. i,a
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La. S. L.
Louisiana State Lottery Co,
Incorporated by the Lealslatflve fwatiaea
Moral and charitable purposes, and Its AM
ehlse made a part of the present State Cee
stltntlon. la IflTS, by an ovBWHbatmt MFff
lte GRAND RXTRAORDl!Al.t BRAW
INGB take place aml-Aoanally MttM aatl
December), and Its OR.VND StifoLjt Ntj.M
HER DRAWINOB take pine la ssteh at tin
other ten months la tan year, and. are stf
drawn In pnbtte, at tbe Aoademy ot Maahf,
New Orleans, La.
"We do hereby certify that we gayajrvaw
the amtngements for alt the Moathly aast
HemI Annual Drawings of tbe rnWanaStara
Lottery ro., and In person manage aad OoB
trolthe drawings themMlves, and tasttka
name are conducted with honesty, ralrneati
and In good faith toward all parties, ami we
authorize the company to ase this eertlBente,
with fae itmlles of onr signature attaaked,
la Its advertisements."
We the undersigned banks and baakerrf
will pur alt prises drawn la the Limtefaaa
State Lotteries wbieh amy be presented at
M. M. WALM8LEY. rres't La. Nat. Beak.
r. LANAUX. 1'res't Mate Nat. Bank.
A. BALDWIN, rres't N . O. Nat. Bank.
( ARL X01IN. I'rest Union Nat. Dank.
WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE
BER 9, 1890.
1B,M 8 Tidels at S2Si Haltes, 0j
Quarters, 15: Tenths, ll
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