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THE DAILY CRITIC, HATUKDATI EVEMING, PEP'lI'MHEK 13 1890.
givil mni. 6R0S?IOR lrfSWTS PUTNAM ft WT A RESIDJKT OF 0M9. Aomltfert lie Wrnte the I.ettftr test Save He W'n lrvtH Th UefcS rnHtee. THtftlt bmvrcnttr, J Tie Committee on Reform la the v ivii cnmT nmi n meeting inn naorn Irg. Mr. Lyman, pnsfiteBt of the ( it'll 5 or v fee Committor), Ml a owe fully prepared tWtemtUt In regard tn ttie cbar?es preferreil afalas'. tii Commission by Qmiefri Grraveaor lie dwelt particularly on the case of Iiufiis Tutiiam. This ease appears to nm nn a rivtesUrro of leal residence Jlr. Putnam has lived here since he wns 1, attending school, but has al ways regarded Marietta, O., at his home. His parents lived and dletl there, leer ing him property which he still owns sr.d pays taxes on. Mr. Putnam was Irtmglit here as a lad hy his relatives, who, as well presumably ae his guar dian, live In Matleltn. Chairman Lehlbatk held that Mr. Putnam was a leeral .t-sliknt of Marietta, Ohio. Ocneral Grosvenor held the con trary. He produced the letter be had written to the Commission In Mr, Put nam's favor. Ho Mid he had forsotton It. and that Mr. Puttvam had deceived him In the matter of his lesal residence. Mr. Lehlbach hecame In earnest in enforcing his view, nnd said: "I am a civil engineer. I am about to goon an enterprise which may keep mo from homo n year, two years or longer. No one knows how lone. Do you mean that I thus loso my residence In New Jersey which will remain my homo during all that time J " Ocneral Grosvenor replied that was different. It was controlled by State law. Mr. Lyman's statement was regarded as fully and convincingly answering General Grosvcnor's charges. i BUT LITTLE CHARGE. Money- Is Tight on Hie fiew- Yotk Stock Market To-Ony. New York, Sept, 18. Money loaned at 4 per cent, throughout tho morning. Exchange closed steady; postod rates, 182483; actual rates, 481 for sixty days and 4841 for demand. Governments steady; cwroncy G, 114 hid 4s coupon, 133 bid; i3 do., 104 bid. Tho stock market wis active this morning, 11)3.00 shares changing hands In tho two hours to noon. The opening prices wero but slightly changed from those of yesterday, but a selllne move ment soon set In which sent prices down by 11 o'clock from to'ilpsr cent., lrd by Chicago ens. Northern Pacific preferred, New England. Bur llcpton nnd Qulncy, the Sugar Trusts, Bl. Paul and MImouM Paolflc. In the closing hour to noon, notwithstanding nn unfavorable bank statement show ing n decrease In the reserve of $1 OOj,M)0, prices were a little firmer, nnd s me recovery was noted In a law (treks by midday, but, as n rule, the rl'Ulrg figures are but little chingcJ ficm those of yesterday. WYOMING IS REPUBLICAN. Tlie Stnte Ticket unit I.scliUtorc IMcotcil by Kednred Majorities. Ciieyennk, "Wto , Sept. 13. Suffi cient returns have already been received to show beyond any question that the liepubllcan State ticket Is olectcd and that tho Republicans have control of the Legislature, which means the elec tion cf two Republican United States Senators. Laramie County. In which Cheyenne is situated, will clve Warren at least 300 majority, an Increase of about ISO over tho majority given tho Republican delegate In Congress two years, ago, Albany County goes Republican by about 400, a slight Re publican loss. Carbon County l proba bly Democratic, a gain of about 800 Democratic votes. Sweet water Is proba bly slightly Democratic. Uinta, on the Utah border, which contains a heavy pt-rcentage of Mormons, has gone Re publican by majorities estimated be tween 450 and 800. Converse, Fre mont, Johnson and Crook are Demo cratic, Weston. Natrona and Sheridan Republican. The Republican majority of two years ago is reduced from -,S08 tol.OWJorl.SOO, Hold Highwaymen. Rvffalo, N, Y. Sept. 13. A bojd highway robbery complicated with a deadly assault was perpetrated on the North street Circle at S o'clock this mcrning. At that hour Anthony Gaff, cey, living at 175 Fourteenth street, was returning home from his work when a man dashed up on him and at tempted to steal his watch and moaey. A struggle followed ami tl i assailant drew a revolver and s'' it Gaffaey through the body and the" jaslml hiea with a knife. Uaffney l 11 and the robber emptied hU pockets and flail. Gsffney Is seriously injured. There is nn clue to the robbers. Fined for 4 (taut r. The whole Maryland aveatte daaal rrocde were In'lae Police Court tbUaitar crrn Jeoele Bueh was eharged with an assault upon Ida Leoae, a ad Marly all of the Inmates of the houses la toe vicinity were is court either oa oae side r r the other. They ware Btta Mkee, f-adie Bucb, Belle Kaufaua, Magafc and ZJllIe Shea awl Mamie OarroJt. The casewaa a coaplkxal oae sad trek up considerable time of the court -fudge Miller flaed the Buck wocaaa $H wlkh she paid. Neltlier SWe Will Arbitrate, Iu-iston Sept. 13. TkeMaasachultf Rate Boar 1 of Arbitration baa volun teered to heal the breach ex Utiajc. be tween the morocco workers and manu facturers, but neither able earn to arbi trate. The worknwsi say it can be set tled In but oae way for Jobs T. Maul t. n to pay his asaa $12 per weak sad agree to the apfweatsee clause ami tfca iLanuf;o:lmes awat waagatoe taw K. of L This but popiMetfoa Ike waaHiac l .rtrs will not accept. Colonel Robert Uoavalaaaisi:. Dr StoneaUeet, who fai allaadlag Ea-t-'Ltetr CominJrtiinaflf & at Jtaefc Mile, says be is now abitt to sit U0 aW sign papers. Utftein BoaltH waM stud him papers wlaslw te tuttts but uotaJa' ciMintai wslh the Guy caw will be teoucbi to bis t..Lil. n. Colonel Bobert will lot be t the lustrict bulhiissT foe SOasu) liaja W winminiMiiti t4,la. The emu CMska vMi .-.tncuucul the remit of tba el ilc populaitosof WasMSjfiaai. i iiows PoiulattoMi.Wfc am . us v umptaed wkb im of 117,884 or . i 73 per eeai. To la w iwhu' HnnaiWii jl. it txtuxAiua of too ttwa to tste I.,, uJ 1lu4v wilt luave B. k O- tUUno. - c j ix. , WtduetUj, StLiUubcr 17 .. ,. . L LtluillUg xtoiitnlou to etc v , , tJ Jf iUosJ-Vi yutu ooU iu J l,. Lul Uii.vok at Vli Alid 1JM ms for nim mim. the Cftrrtmets Tint Hare itwn AWBMMwt Vf the OammtftfeneTS. Tie Comfnfiilitiitfs have awepAed proposals for tW ImproTewent of streets and aventwt dnrlna; th Altai ytar 1P90.'91, from P. Fafln, W. II. Mobler and the Craofonl Pavlnt; Com pny for the grading and paving of Delaware arenne and other streets rtnhwtst. From the Barber Asphalt Paving Company for the paving of Thirty fifth street, from U to Tenallr ttwn Road. Thirty fourth street, from P to R, O meet, from Twenty elehth to Twenty ninth, Q street, from Thirty fifth to High; Jobn Down, Thirty fourth stmt from II to High; P. Malnney, North Carolina avenue from Sixth to EhJatH, 9rwh Croilfhi atennc from Sixth to Scrsnth, P. Pa ean. 1 street from Third to Eighth, Seventh street from Virginia avenue to M street; W. II. Moler, Tenth street from East Capitol street to Pennsylva nla avenue, Seventh street from D to O; P. Maloney, C street from Fourth to Sixth, G street from Eleventh to Pennsylvania avenue, B street from Eleventh to North Carollni avenue: E. E. Barnes, B street frrm Eleventh to Nineteenth, southeast; P. Maloney, Maryland avenue, from Thirteenth to Boumlarv; Ninth street, frcm Massachusetts avenue to Maryland avenue; Andrew Gleason, Eighth street, from I to K; Twelfth, from Maryland avenue to II street; O, from Sixth to Seventh; Cranford Paving Company, Third, from II to L; First, from C to Fj Second, from F to II; B,ir ber Asphalt Company. Nlntlutreet, from II street to Maryland avenue northeast; Andrew Oleason, Michigan avenue, Linden from Boundary to College, BrlghtwcKfd avenue from Irving north west, Barber Asphalt Paving Company, Fourteenth from Yale northward, R to Lincoln avenue, Maple avenue from Boundary to Linden, Larch from Boundary to Maple; Andrew Gleason, the Ctanford Paving Company and the Barber Asphalt Paving Comnany.exten slon of street?, from New York, New Jersey, New Hampshire and Pennsyl vania avemies. Tho streets will be paved with asphalt and granite blocks. The Commissioners have also granted the proposal of the Brandywlne Granite Company tr, furnish 10,000 feet of curb, 0x20. at 1.00 and ?1.50; the proposal of T. R. Smith to furnish granlto curb nt fl.00, nnd tho proposal of George Pierce to furnish 10.000 feet of curb, 0x20, at ?1.05; 10.000 feet at 07 cents, GOO feet at $1.50 and 1,000 feet at $1 40, the former for the year 1800. the others, 1801. ARRESTED FOR FORGERY. An HxprtM Driver' l'enntntlont Get II I in Into Trouble. Late yesterday afternoon Theodore Birch, an employe of Loeshear's Ex press Company, was arrested by Detec tives Mahon and Floyd of the Baltimore and Ohio Railway Company charged with forgeiy and embezzlement. For sometime he has been peculating In a small way. and It is not thought that the amount of money he obtained was very large. Ho w nild Increase the wclsht on the manifests and at the same time Increase the nmount of express chases to be collected. In addition to this ho has forged the name of E. J Shumate, the Baltimore and Ohio ex press agent, to a number of freight checks and had tbem cat heel. He ad mitted his guilt when arrested. In the Police Court this afternoon Bitch pleaded eullty and was boa ml over In the sum of ?5O0 to the grand Jury. FAMILY JAR3. A 3Iotlier.lo-I.aw uod Her Hatband Who jviaile Thine l'leuiaut, John M. Allen has filed an answer to his wife Louisa K. Allen's petition for di vorce, positively denying all hor charges of cruelty and Improper conduct. Oa his side he charges her with renewlnc her intimacy with young men whom she had known bofore his marriage, and that she received them Into her bedroom during the absence of her husband, ami corresponded with tbem without his knowledge. He also assigns as the reason for- his separating from her that while they lived with her parents her father fre quently Indulged In profane and Inde cent language at the table, and ber mother threatened to kill the defendant, and provided herself with a pistol for that purpose. The defeudant prays that the petition of the complainant be discharged. . ! .11 .11 . I. A RAILROAD DETECTIYE KILLED II? a Drunken Wretch, IVno Plunged a Knife into Ului. Chicago, Sept. 13. D. M. Avery, a detective for the Lake Shore and Michi gan Southern Railroad, was fatally stabbed this morning by Louis Dyck man, who is under arrest. The two men met la a saloon at Sixty seveath street and Ashland avenue ami Dyck raaa being half drunk and cjuarreSbouie Avery stepped outside to avoid trouble. Drckrsan followed the detective and without waralag nluaged a poeket knife iatobU jugular vela. Avery fell to the sidewalk and ia u few miautae bkd to death. Salt Asalntt the IlUtrlet. Phillips Brother A Coaaaay have brought suit a alaat the District of Co lumbia to recover eattaia auweya ex acted by tbe District as a iteaase fee for a perujit to earry oa tbe busi ness of cocaaaeselal agent, ia wbkk tbe plaintiff was engaged. Tbe amount eUlated is $600, wiut iatcieat oa $) of it from April, 1664 ;oa $300 front April, 1885, aadoa fatlfl f sosa 16fi, and also eoata. A Ba ilee to piaad oa or before tbe first day of tbe Brat special term of tbe court was sled to Jay by tbe plain tiff's attor ney, Campbell Carriagtoa. IwpravtuMl la tb Uehutsal CMrt. Tbe "ptisoacts' pea" ia tbaCrlaal aal Court-roosn at the City Uail will be rtts phased witb at tbe eoatiag Twltm of tbt const, A stairway ia bafasg buHt iasasadsataty fscssi taia cossKt-sooaa to lb cells ia tbe basaeaaot, sad. whan lbs ptiaoaaxs aw waatad, tby will be catted up oaa by oa iaao mm eourt xonat iastaaAi of besaM bsoaajbt up )l at oae tiaut aad pttstsW brto th pris oaais box as baiesjofoas. uVar Tflnto' la tbe caw of Louis vs. UfsaUaa W. Oteaa a bUJ tar the treffisto perfwseaBjiTf of coatsact tot tbe sala of savt of tbe lead kaoa as "Foot Louis' Last Sbift" but besst ibid by tbe SjHosaaj fos tta cosasalaaat. ts Wmi. Manias Ucaaaas wane Vsiiiftil to tbe toUowiaf nessosw kxtay : Sandy Ubap wan sad Swab i- HtUa, Uatry Vsa ('wnutort f (isaabi. slab, sad Zocsvw t)is . Wtaasbiaer of abasmw XI ; Frank Kelaex and TUUe VogdberAW vtmreMLaa Aaayjaue. Ibi C'uuiiiiiauoiitis buve appuiatctl lit U .v V tUs tcb! Jat vll-iiii ii itt uihU-c'-ai. AsvIjlu ENJQYINU HIMSELF. PlttSENTlAlHSOK HATlita A 8Mb TlMt AT CARSON SPRIGS. Cnrlims Atetintntneers A Dmeetu With an Bye t 9tir IntermU-A NMmber nif Itltls Appmvert, Cwmmnnlentlns: With tho Treastiry. Ctiw 8I,nt!ro Pa., 9epi 13. A stiff breeze from the northwest with clearing weather this rnornlnf rendered the PffiMeat's stay at the Springs more desiraMtt than It ben been for the past wtekt It lma-been storming every day since his arrival ami It has been feared that he would become restless and shorten his vacation. All sntli fears have been abandoned now, and should the weather continue floe next week bids fair to be a very lively one for the Executive family. The members of the farailv have all passed through the wet season without suffering any Inconveniences, excepting slight colds, and these have yielded readily to the doctor's prescriptions. In his afternoon drive yesterday Pre Went llanlson visited a house on the summit, which is kept by an old lady. A brief stop was made and the proprietress of the "Inn," as It Is termed, expressed a ereat desire to see Mrs. llanlson. whose photograph she has carefully railed against the wall. The President promised to gratify the old ladv by ilrivintc Mrs. Harrison to the mountain resort at the very first opportunity. The President learned during his stay there that tho old lady was thoroughly fa miliar with the art of preparing a good meal of fried chicken and waffles, and last night he recommended the repast to some friends. Tbo mountaineers are a curious peo ple. During tho President's sojourn here he has made a number of pur chases at the little drug store near the Mountain House. Hearing that (ho Executive would probably leave tho mountains yesterday, Mr. Drugeist made diligent Inquiries as to the truth of thu rumor, adding "There Is a little bill at the store to be paid before he leaves." No doubt tho druggist Im agined that If the President got away he would have trouble In locatlntr him in order to present his little account for settlement. Miss Alice Sanger, the President's stenographer, anlved here last night with n batch of executive work, which was laid before tho President after breakfast this morning. The principal part of business con sUtcd of commissions to be signed and bills to bo approved. Among the latter was a bill providing for the construction of a bridge across tho Missouri River at Lexington, Mo. The Prcsldont srent tome time during the morning In telegraphic confer ence with tho Treasury Depart ment. He learned to his satisfaction that the panicky feeling In the New Ynrk money market had about sub sided, and that Secretary Wlmlom was In New York city and had tho situation thoroughly In hand with a view to meetlue any lmmedlatu emergency which might be relieved by Govern mental action. I'qnlty Conrt l'roceetllno. In tho Equity Court today the fol lowing adjudications were made by Judge Cox: Waters vs. Ward, auditor's report Anally ratltlod; Rohror vs. Serl ton, -appearance of absent defendants ordered; Schwartz vs. McFarland, de cree amended as to terms of sale; Lelmbach vs. Lclmbacb, motion for alimony and counsel fees overruled; Raliton vs. Hodge, sale finally ratified. Chlcnco's Slethod or Computation. Fitm ni. Chlcagoan (to New Yorker) I sty, new, didn't we push you In the census, though ? New Yorker Yes; but didn't your figures Include your estimates of the s ieopie wuo may attend mo Norms air Tbe Hoy Hpeaka, 'hh A ,Vw York JhroM. A youugtUr steed on the iparkllBg strand Abu watched the wave roll on the sand. "You may talk about the Force hill," said be, "Hut 1 know you can't force 1). McKee." i -- i A Lamentable Failure. i'rom A CUhUhJ Itoln DoUr. What do the people who pay the taxes and will have to make up tbe de ficiency think of Republican financier. Jog? The Koyal lilne Line Is not flajply a single train of baBiUoendy snitbed pawanger coach. All tbe trala la serte via B. & O. K. It. between With luptoa, UaltlBiore, ybil&tlelpbla aad New York eoasiet of this raagBlBcent new equip mt, emteteieg all tbe device aad appn antes approved hy car-tutWers that con tribute to the saftty and eoeatort of travelers. No extra fare U charged oa any of tue train. Passengera occupying 1'plluUB parlor or aleepJrg taraeoeiaiao daUaaa whl t ebatgaa the euatoowy rata tor MSB. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL WaablnstoB Block Exchange, Sales Reeular Call W o'clock bl Trader' National Baals, 3 at VJS. Cap. & North O M. R. K., 5 at 65. Chat, aad Po tomac Tei., o at 70. .im. Security anJ Trust Co., 36 at 5W MkalUMa Beads O. H. Electric Light Itt, ft. WO; U. 8. BleeUk Lieat 1, vs, Jou; W. Jt U. K. K. lu-Mft', KWta, H8; W. 3. Coevartibto, 8s, -; Masonic Mall Aas'a, V. C laW, 107; Watk, Market Co.. 1st Matt., , 110; With. Market Co., latp., ', US; lalM & Saabaanl Oa., (fa, C Wt, ; Wasb. IX laiaairv, let, , 1M. So; Waak. U. ia laiiUy.Sd.ra.lWM. 9b; Waak, Oa JJgat Co., iu. A. Vt, lie; Wash. Ua Llaat Co., iu. a, Vi, 117: Uyicteate Ice CoaiBiaf.let Moru, , , jaioftfsa Sacarity aad Truat. 1W- Natioaal Bask Stock Bask of Waak aguta, 460. Bank U KapabUc, J5, Metpo DOUtaa,SioO; Central, 370, Becoad, 31); Jartaus and Mechanic'. 1S7; Catiaaa', ; Columbia, 16S. Capiul, 119: West Bad. ; Traders', 135, UbcoJb, 1W. Katlioail atocke Wasatngtoa aad Beoigaiown, . Matropoataa, loft; Cto tttaUaa, 71, Capitol awl North O atraeL 0; XckiuKtoe aad Soldiar'a ttoata, 48, tiaojgUwB aad TeaaallyUiwa, 53, Bilgat wauii, laearaafe Stacks gfaeaaaa's, 43, ftaak aa, 4B, WatMMinbUB. 75, Naskaal Uuioa, 3J0; artiaatua, 170; Oottott. bi Cohuav bia, lot; Sefsaaa- amriran 1W. Mtmit, Sth Bin!i; raeato'see; Uacoia,a. TbieasaMal oek-Bsi Mm ttabhlW,CaWkbiaTltlai; Wasatagtoa TUla.. Gas aad Blaclrle Uaat Stock WaaaiM toa tiaa, 4ej, Ueorgetowa tias, 4i; U. i. laectric Lbjbt, lo3. TtOctwue tJt Veaasslveala. ti, Cbsasj asks and tfokauae, W, i,saertra iiraiaiftrhfTas. le TsBeeJbiaaous efw ks WssbleaHve laaa tat Co., 16, Waabingtoa adek Xacbbu Co., 360; Uatal Fall lea Co., HUO; bat Baa Vaauaaaaa Co., ; JUUtmti aals Ssv ai-a4eyM ; AaAeVteAJI acasKjaad TmstCav. W; flaaabi HaU. : afti afswr urn wa. lola-Ocaa Maiding Co .aiaiv&e u yft-tatf Mrs. Vtltalo' fcaHibtng Syrup sbouid alwa be Used tut cblldreu bwtu.u It aiulaca the ilUU auTtena tbe icm-,, !iid aJi jm'l'j .iuao Um1 luUc, and it U. imol lilueJi tut lUairiuaa. SSc a bcu-c neastt IsaabkaalaTa Xaiaa ai PsflgmaLp bUA HARD RIDING IN TK1 MAT. ?emc I-tats That Hnve len t)b ? Trtr. Frrm r?it nofottton .VfT. Dmins; the last century wtoen mt Jwwireya, called riding posm Wbtb mwch Ifi vegrre In Europe among tire atWoc rey and wealthy spotMtrf nwi a rteb was made between Mt. SbfULad Mr. May well for 1.000 guineas, at. Sbatw to fiatl a man who wtroM ride 100 miles pr day for twenty-seven eowwewtive day. Thtre was a great deal of may bet on this thine, principally afainst It bilng done. It was well known, how ever, that distances of 800 to 1,800 or even 1,900 miles had frequently been covered at the rate of from 100 to 1 20 or even 150 miles per cnem, out the knowing ones thought that the enor mous distance of 2. TOO mites at 100 per day would be likely to break any horse man down Nevertheless, Mr. John Woodcock, who was selected to ride by Mr. Shafts, performed the feat withunt any extra fatigue or punishment. He used thirty horses, and rode three or four of them each day. In Turkey the Sultan's malls and dis patches from outlying provinces used to be carried by Tartars riding post, with relays of horses changed every twenty or thirty miles, and arc now tn some path? of the country where telegraph has not been established. The same man In charge went the whole distance. These couriers would often perform great feats of endurance. From Dagdad to Constantinople Is 1,000 miles, not over a level or rolling prairie, hut fre quently crossing mountain ranges, along precipices, across torrents, etc., and there Is not a mile of made road the whole way, yet the ordinary time the Tartars took to perform the distance was a fortnight, and on urgent occa sions It has been done in twelve days, and even In eleven days. There Is no eloubt whatever about this, because the route through Asia Minor, from the Persian Gulf, was In former days, before the Reel Sea route was established, often used by officers and others who did not mind rough travel and were In n hurry to get home or to get out to India, and they often rode with the Tartars from end to end, besides which the British Resident at Uagdad, or rather the residency, was for more than a century In the habit of transmitting dispatches from India to Constantinople and Europe by those same carriers. As much ns 1G0 miles per day has often been done for eight or ten days by the Tartars. They only rested four hours out of twenty-four, and pushed on the rest of time at a rate of tlx to ton miles an hour. ROOTED TO THE SPOT. A Cruel Joko I'lnyeil on n flood Man Who l Sow n CoIIceo 1'ieilitont. om tin JtrocU)i lift. I heard a story the other day about the former assistant rector of one of the largest Eplicopal churches In the city. The gentleman In question Is now the E reticent of a college so far away that e cannot mind If 1 relate the incident. He was a jolly good fellow when he lived in a boarding house here ami in his off hours was accustomed to join In with the other gooel fellows of the home at a friendly game of whist or a tmoke. One evening, when he was out at ser vice, two of the wags of the establish ment remembered that It was his in variable habit upon returning home to doll his roundabout vest and clerical coat, put on an old smoking jacket and en cat o his feet tn a pair of morocco slippers, which latter always occupied the same position on his bedroom floor preparatory to his coming. Accord ingly they firmly nailed these slippers to the tloor and awaited results In tbe next room. Presently the dominie returned. They heard him movlngabout; they heard the thud of his shoes as they wore taken off and thrown down, and then all was silence. They peeped cautiously In and there beheld the young clergyman standing In his slippers, bis face white as a sheet and a look of horror upon It, his eyes staring straight ahead. Tba sight was too much for them, but they managed to sunoresa tbelr laughter and ask In a tone of amazement what the matter was. "Matterl" he gasped; "there Is matter enough, boys, I'm paralyzed, and can't move hand or foot. For mercy's sake, help me!" The man did actually, such Is the force of Imagination, believe he was paralyzed for a moment or two, but be finally set 'em up in a manner appro priate to his calling by buying cigars for the crowd. To lie Tried for Her Lite. from tU iMfMd 71mm. "What's the charge against ber?" asked the solemn stranger as tbe bridal easae down the ehurcb stew. fc. It won't cost her anythiu: at an." answered a Dystaatier. "I didn't know. But I see she's going to be probably tried for life." LEMON ELIXIR, A 1'leatant Lemon Drink. For MWaaiBaa aad eoaatipatkta, take Leataa Elixir. Foe iadiaaetioa aad Jbal ataaaab take Leaaaa E&U. For sick aad aarvaaa haailsfaw, taka LeasM KlbJb-. For iltiplsMBBSS aad aarvonsaess, take Leuoa Elixir. For lot of appetite aad debility, take LeauMiKliabt. For favera, caills aad mslnria.Uka Lasnoa axir. Laaaoa Kbsk wsll not fail you ia any of tee above disaaeas, m of watch arias froui a uwuld or interned liver, stfaaarb, kidneys, bowels or bioad. rsecared oaly by lr. U. HosikT, At lanta, Ua. stic. and 1.00 par betUa. Sobl by drug glU. A Prominent MInlilir WrUew. Attar tea years of great susTeriag boat digestion, Hiib arealnervou proamttoa, btHonsnast, iWaonisnwt kidney aad coaaU- DaUoa, I hae beea cured by Dt. Moatey LtBiOD Elixir, and aiu uuw a well mas. Kev. C. C. Davis, E1U. M. . Chiuca. South, No. 8b Tataall L. Atlanta, Ua. CQattiued Died. iUirrua W. TBtW-T14ttiA -U WuiMlburf. Car toll Cuuatjr. TtA . oa Toaadai. a U ember 3, 1W, Mr. Ceuraa Detr.w and HU Mamie Tbasaaa. At aoaM alter September l.'. U Pint atteat sortfeweat. Waabiagtoa, O. C Wf - aCtUiBlBaat - Oa WedaMlaF. SaUemby W.iseo.at the rasMwsca.uf tbe bride's aiatar, Mm. aauxr TfeoaMJord. iu Too aad a bait street aualimiai. by ihc Hev WU. Jtilier. Mia PhUUuena kennel aerul Wiahiuuui. O. C, aadSr. Milun Stive of New York. CAOTLBB lK.-eotabw W, leW, at It i gnter. m tbe Stat year of bar aa. Tb'aaMad ' J1! " n" bX SriEndaf as ' aUk -MI Bel' Utc aaa iriesas invited to sMaad. jmaTu53aaiKbii' :, viiaar of tie late Avian JflaarTaJ J jsara. MatTAjbt'a--ta Saaisaikjir a KWaTai-ol trvbdid fever, nauin B ajn UMtui el tkihavwd, V , aotd fiSyai coacuiaaiuaiut av uiutiw. Si aaiativ cvMaujrosatMJrua a Ul Tenourtaa. SS L. ate -. IRE IRON m, what That six inches of Metat n Firm ihi - Y(rr Ttlhvnt. Mot of trave s on the elttated rallroarls have n..ii"fd that dti(tllft from the railing, win In handy reach of the ticket-chopper's seat, Is a police tnani night stick. Of Its use flothlna; need be said. How many of the .. (r0 that travel dally on these lines have evT noticed a short bat of Iron, some six to eight inches In teMttt, Which 1 sees almesld the nlfht stkk ? Bat there It Is. There Is on for every track at each station. It msy he imagined that they are placed there to give tins eovp rt gritct when tbe rtirht stlek has pllntered on srme tubborn hd. Not at all. The writer by chance learned one nse of them the other night at an up town sta tlon. It was quite late; a train hail juM gone down town when suddenly frrm that side of tbe station came rive sharp raps of one metal strlklnanother, answered at once by the ticket chopper on the np-town side taking down his small Iron bar and striking one of the supports of the station Ave taps alto. What's the meaning of that?" was asked. "Oh, Mr. Pmlth has gone down the line and Tim over tbe wav spotted him scd we are just signaling the fjet down the line." "Who Is Mr. Smith?" Why, 8 S. Smith, the Inspector of the line. Pee?" he said, showing the Iron bar, "Ave taps with this means he Is on his way down town and six are given when he is going up. The opera tors send It on, so that he seldom catches any of us asleep." St, Louis's Mixed Marrlacci. Another wedding of a black man and a while woman was solemnized yester day afternoon In Belleville. The con tracting parties were Jamas Palmer, n jet black negro, who gave his age as 33 and his occupation as a coachman, and birthplace Rochester, N. Y. TMe lady gave her name as Mrs. Nellie Vandale, and her age as 28, although she looked to be nearer 83 years of age. They arrived from St. Louis on the noon Pittsburg train, took a carriage, and drove to the court house at Belleville, where a license to marry was granted them by the clerk, Theodore Flolsch beln, they bavlog answered all the questions propounded to them satis factorily, and their looks being a sufficient guarantee that they were of the lawful age. They repaired at once to the office of Justice Medsrt, where they were united In marriage, the Justice omitting his usual congratu lations and falling to kiss the bride. bl'HOIAT, NOTIOIIS. gggr-sFMciAL NevrirB. TIU BRANCH UALTIMOKR HtllHT KAirfohY, Formerly located at ice If t. n. w.. Will Neoren at B! NINTH STNBBT NOKTllWBeT. Near New York ave ONSKfTKMHgK IS, With a Tail and (toarplcte Uae of (JENTS1 KUHNIStllNOS, Under tbe Management of Two"OM-Hatr," S.K. ELUtltY and JOSKTH H. IRELAND. Ml.St KarOWKN HOUSK, Late notel Solan My friend and tbe pnblle generally who may be overlooked la tbe dlttrfbntloa of cards are cordially Invited to attend my optnlne. UONDAY. SkrTKtfUKR is. from te a. m. toltn. m. In reepenlBc til boute. at aa expeaie of over SIS.PfO, I iletlre to state to tbe oltltenn of WaiblnEton that 1 parpoee keeploB a itrlctly Bnt-cla karopean Hole! aaitKe tauraat, and wblletbcbutelaccomBioUtloBf will be lor jreatlaatea only. 1 "hall bive a 141' Ulnlng saloon on tbe second flooraee ond to none In tbe city. JOHN T. JJOYLAN. MH.lt Proprietor. 3r,TatpgHAHY QP1C OP 1 b WASHINtWtlNLOAiJAND TIIR TRUST leetFatrsetB.w. CAPITAL VfiWM. Tbl aomr-aBy laeao eertlsaatee of dpolt beariBK lot we t a fellow: Oa all amount Uepoelted for ninety day or more, bat lee tban alx mostb. S rr cent, per aata; Si per cent, on deposits for mora tbaa alx moBta. but lea tban a year and 4 percent. on deposit of one year or longer. feenred lBTetmcU for sale. Money loaned. W. B. K011I&ON. Bee. 0. 11. WAKN2R, I're. OIRECTOHS: John T. Arms, gwk F. Sebafer, cbarle.!!. Bailey, Jobs A. namlltoa. Jaw L. Barbonr, Tbosa tfoatervule, George S. BartoL Joba A. Swoee. Horace B. CBBtadaa, J- 3. SwonBateat, J. J. ftaruaftoa, UaltenleyW. Talbott, John Joy Bdaoa, fleonre TraeadeU, Cbarle J. Fatukaer. U. B. Warner, Albert F. Fox, v A. A. WUoe, O. O. Greea, L. D. Wtee. Jebo B. Lamer, (Tba. BeeJ. Wtlkmsoa, a. b. wort jggf-EURBKA DBPILATORY Will NBMee objection We heir feoat t-tae fae aad arm ia tea mlante witaoat tmjmrj M tbe moat delicate skla. WAHsUXTtB. ruics tl Seat any waete oa leaeint of priee. jjead stamp far circular. BBW yOJUt TOiLBT OO., Bavu BatleHaa. Fa. ava aadUUst-. WaahiBatoa, U. C. SSbFBBT XEUBYXB. DB. WH1TB. i. ava.. opeoatte Willard' Hotel. from tar aad near vU Dr. Watte' eaSsanabmaat tor relief roa aadavaJdaaua ?! r3Ttr'WAaHtM3TOB SAFf DltBitT CO., 3:r sis and Sis FeaiuylvaBia aiannn WOBA6B UBfABTMBtTT. Booau Ire aad boraar proof-aad all aaove saaaad. panicularly adapiad for tbe asufaaa uffarasusraiaciweaAve. aaalat ggCrU jtTKalaB BY OtHMUtBaa' WW PHAXKUX l.bt'HAXCE CO. or WAUUMOtw. ae CAFITAX AW arBPLDB. Smjm. Mas never toe tasted a kx by toe. sat ataou ?fa Elasjfljad Itbew Tjaalel a. Cfaiie. pntt't. iBaraininiammj r GaMaflaM M. JMOSk wra; vasnae Toaay, aaiy n m1. r Wsa bfcaaTiia JnP-Sfffi at a Wj jgyj. wiu-iA is tiiiwoeeair to Baarv La ausa), LSOCarfaBSB. iiil-A. AVB.b". W. SA aWBf-LO'T- Bpi(i FOB a ftUSj nnaabftiVioa not and pta. erdaUb -tuaa aasaoandad bv l;j.m.u.l.i Abate r. ar tf ratorncd to A KI 1 WiTOH BorBL Jt f i-wT-itOJiDvir AriLuBoOB l'Ot aFl' X- book outauuua' '.Uil 4-v 3--1. t - Lty rA.xn ..iu..-, .i ,a.i.i- .. 'l t.-l. vlu T . k ..ji. ! tl . taoable aootb Sue. Branca QSace. aa aarvland Ate, a w. fay" tShStt f AT jSy bat sad jejas-jsae rasatsfltas, ssiae ffT vS WArTRiMKr,rn WASTBr-WOMAI TO 0OOK, WAS AriBttii 1 Trtnw. fi.t Wf nteij -a r.iRt. em wo r to e-mot .in.l ito genera! bmuewatk e'altSdavs St fi R.tn. 11.S w. AltTRH-fJH'in (,tKC Von ORNS1AL ttnnf-irnrk In xntalt faAUf: motrat wsec: mnt untM rlM: txt rfrces rcoutred. Appif atllj-.ntiat n w. 13.3t WA?ttin)-0TDD COytj,tlfArimAl) iTi.aer; refeTence rmfrw. rojPaw. AVs XTSn-A ft! PL T,1 DO CflASIBBlt work and asatt la trish'.na ant Iwnllc Apply 910 I t a . 1 ttt -tUARTEn-rwoO woa?j fou eh VV erai honewoflt: rtferen-es remireit. Apply to'-n gtn y. iv lArANTBr-ATTHBrttCHMeMIB- fVR- Vy vnitr to Work by te BMWtb; It wr I ana room firriisticd. i' i ArA!TKT-TWO WHTTB 8yttSTs V Woman in oook. wb and iron; r ia woman a rnrrt fot children, $ snd ye ir rM: to ro to Saval Academy. Apply IT" Q St. ma AV rAHTBI-)OOD t'OOK,GEnHA, PR8- stsn rernti. rt'ii it nt, urtiH eturc, u mu w, 1J.H "SV.t ASTBP-A WMfTB WOMAJt TO l1 rcneral bnnaetrorft: refercneen rannltad. Apply at rMbtnv. Rlt WA!TKD-WHrTB WOA!S TO OOOK and do ireBera! hnqsework. fall at H IWlttlV. US TAiCTtp- FtHBT VVXSS CJOL'O OtWrti V mart do small irhlnr and Stay at BWht. Callaftet siipm naiithst a w. It.tt "W 7-ATBD-RKLtABt.ie, ttONBflT BiTB r elrt for general honrorlt In small fam ily; S miles from lty. Addren, tatln vllle, Ta. waces exrtciea, v. r vituvrtnrj.iiowin it.it W ANTBD-4 SKBVANTS-I AS COOK and innnriress. the other a I'hamber- mald aad wltre. ingalra tt WMrtn w. W,Ao NTBD-A NEAT COLORBD WOM V! In rook nnd do I'eht washlnc In small famllt: aim a bnr alxot IS for the h ine: H.nat star at nbtht. 1W U t. llSt WANIM)- SITUATIONS. w.A.; !ntbd-by a HBaPKerf aiilk wntTK lrl. a nlace S chambermaid. Address M., this office. 1 l,.1t 7"ANTED-BY A tH)t) WIHTB OtRL, 11 i slma tlon as chambermaid; willing tn alt al other work. Address A. B. C. this oflce. is,1t VANTBPBY rJBSPBfTABLB.KXr'RHt- enced white conk, a situation In private family. Address or Inquire at 1S9I 13th st n w. !,! w ANTBB BITITATIO UT AN ENtlLtSH waitress Ma Mlvate family. Address W ,C!Mt. ia w ANTKD-snUATlON BY A GBRMAN m..ba.k .. -t.. .s.a.. ......b - - In liotel or private family: IshImrooI meat and veactarle cook. Addrees 3 days Mrs. MIOEMAKFH.Sa Pierre t. 11.3t YA.i NTKD BY HBSPBCTAIILKCOLOHBD srlrl. a rlace as nnrte or ehambermtld. Call or aiMrs WTln w. lLjtt irANTKD-IlY hBtTBCTAIlLB COLOMBO ttlrl, a sitnatlon as chambermaid, fall oraililres" JW Bst s w il.it MNTKD-UY RBSPBeTAlltKCOLOHBD wait i I gin. a suaaiion a emmoermakt or tret Intirlvalefamllr. Call oraddres lBLibrrty r net nth, llth.wanu Honmltry. "WrANTEP-llY RKSPKCTAULK WIHTB sir), a ultaatlon as chamrirmald In hotel or prlrte Ismllv Ai'lrr X . thl ofB'-e. rANTBE-BY KKSrKtTAKl.K COLORKD man. aiUceasfirtt ilaaoookor waiter In a private 'amlly or W'arulnc boii. eill llKmw llli -IVANTID-BY HEsrBCTABLBCOLORBD woman, a place as cook or onamner- BSld App'y at sri Rld st. lt.1t WrANTlD-liYEXl-BBlBNCRDTBACHBIt a rotltlon tor I'omlna telon: best ref erenec. Addres Ml LUCY HAKBR, St rat fonl. Westmoreland e'ounty. Md. IKU rANTED-BY AN tMtt;STB!OUS A rere table colored oirl. asitiiitloa aa as nnrse or chambermaid In flrtit class crlvate family Tall 1-aa loth t n w. lUt WANTKO- 31 ISOnr.L ANHODS. A FEW DB8IHABLK BOOM. WITH steam rower, cood elevator tarvtoe and ttrst olaa Janitorsblp. In tbe FOeT BOILDINO, for rent at law rate to flnt-elaa tsaaat. Apply to bTlLSON TIUTCHINB, Post BBlldlSK, or FRANK MAOUIKB, Sapertn tendent. t Pit BALK lit) UMTO. IOKCKP SALE OF HkUfTaWrATEr" ' DO YOU WANT A SNAP J That flno old bomeetead, 3SS1 Q st n w, eomprMaa nearly IO,MO fret of ciouudant ooa tbe meet dellffhttal elevation in lieotaetowB. will be told at a aacrlOca It taken toon. Ttrm can be made satlfac tory; but the troprty mast be sold at onoe. Key at Mr C. H. FickllOK'i ofsce. Blab t. tlvoriietown. Write to L. O JOHNSON. au2.tr BlchawUtllle. Va. I.-XJK SALE-1H ALEXANDRIA. 6 BOOM ) frame honw.Jo.it BBtekiBg; hydrant ta yard; lot Mills; suaor bome; priee, two. Ap ply to JtOtlEHT J. THOMAS, Kooa No. t. Sit F OK BALE-TnHKB OF THE CHEAPEST bone In Wnblncton. 105.108 and lie inn at n e; iwo-story ana oaseeaent, orowa atone trlramlBts; T room b1 bath; eleotrle bell and pan: price. tlCO each, f Mo easb balance to suit or trade for good lata. roic kknt neiuarw. TOR KENT-UNiTmNlbllKb-- 1413 Mara are. IT r asd table JAM oo lilt K st b w, 13 n aura lSSbMatBW. u r 1M0O 1Mb t ex.. 15 rs 1SS CO UObHMaw.lt r IlSflO lnstbtn w.llrs ,. beo lTSTQKBW.llr MU00 misutaw.MN we oo SLafayetlefanare, IS r suBtBw.UM as as lsii Pitiw.isn nee Sftis Billyar Fiace. 11 r W W Its G at a w. H r TS On MB) N at a w. M re SS 0U VSM Stomaataa M, r MM lMSucatuat.SM MSSllthatBW.lSM aOftJ UrtCorcoraaM.Sr AM mv Javeaw.Sr S3 1SU Utk st a w. s r , ai si ISM 8 at b w, S r. UttYataw.Tr , fl ISSSrtkataw.attaaddWs; it N SMUataw.SH If UitFierc riaea.gr 99 SSkUtbunw, Sn UUKYave. In SS lSJ6 3etbtBW,M 00 MM Sttb at a w. S r S UBliUtataw. S r Ta above auaie east be eumtaal by pa salt from oar oafee oaly. TBOaf Ai J. HaBitat tX).. Mat y u a- w. CHJai BJtarr-TWO BkUMO NBT alX J? rooatlraaM koaaa. hurk aad dry lata noa; aear aknrcaati aad paaua aubuol to Caloctawa. laaalia ofA. UBBJCNO. SSI I ata w 'if'a-M,'" in -an .,n ai leaaBseaagastsssBsarassssBt tHLTKV KK.VL HaiTATH, TTsORaaLB ABOl'T VT ACBBS OK $0 I1 a eaieeded.on taa Baa of the Bckiwt toa sad aolataw' BoawftaUwaf. beiasapan ot tea eatua of tbe lata CbW Joatka Cbaaa, tat totartoraT wr panbwbH. fctca, etc., lanaba of CaAFfM BatrWrTT SM U at a . MUAKY TU IAJA. 1 IktLBY TO LUAB OB BJUL. BBTATB OB ill Brat cla seeuritia at towaat rata of auaraat. ato dalaj wbate afcgrtlti aaaa. M-PHweslff,; LOAM ON ttaaD SaCUaUTT. ava. TO LOAB OB BBAX BsWATB CVITY. AT aJBB BJ CsBT. "" jat' Mt-tat-k Oa Al4JIJtay. &AM F eaJaWssraV UlaWilaff ff hnartflr K&cAsUpyfk. AsM Aealsbl aksSefiUeaV4Mt SBslsVJaJsV ad lataadaaatfaaM I bacal atoi'h W at stsb r vi w & i v -si. rrtrtroaAi,. ntrr)aUt Fott ATJlALTl''AVBlB'tT Ings apd rironrnt, tVsr DepattTBent, wh Irtron. n f . pt. id. i waTatt prwaasa , fn dtipiioate win ta r-r ivedatlMs om DTitll noon PATl BTrAT. SBPf EHBER , Iftio, for coBSTrnftni.- S.KiOtatt8, mora or trss, of aspteilt pari-meat, VW snaTe ysM. mre or ls, of xsyitrtTT Walks, and for t-epalrlnit l.ivfl fTiam yavt. more er less, of arhIt walks la tae pibllc rroand. Attenyon is invired to Ars of cms nrs t.rroved FcbmsTy It. l and Febra ary , PT. tot. SS, pat S. aad vol. 91. ptwre 4tf. ftamtc at Urrie. Fcirms and spociBca lors ran ) obtained at this oSr the ViiltH States reerres thericht to retort any sril all proposals. O. tl BHNST, e'oi tuol L. P. Army. i "IV"1 nnomaAM rX) rUEi..-t;. s oa?t 1 ard Oeodth;8TiTTy(ffIca,Wthin(rtoTi. rptemtier , 1090. mated proposals Wl I hp rticiicit atjkts o?" nnttt S o'clock p. m. of TmRSDAt. 8B?TF.VBER 1. ln nnd ojifned Immediately thereafter In thr pres rnre of bidders, for fnrrtlshln two hundr! and 1MrtV8So)toBS host qnallty Wiiltt sh Fnntace Coal, tea (l)tonsb.stTnHtr White Ash 8tove,nsal.scvrn(:corils best qiallty Pine wood, sawed onre. an.l ttw 1 2 cords licst qnajlty tdt tilcltnry W.iod saw t once Iha nral to be delivered -nhjert to thr pro vtnleirs of section llli of thi Revised tatu'es of the t'nlted Wates. ard stored la the vantls of this office. Award will he mnde, itm bf Item, to tbe best Milder for ench Item, and the rlaht Is reserved to rpfect any or all M Is. aed to wai'ie anv defects. Forms for pro posals will he fnrnlhed on application tothls ffl Envelopes to I Indorsed "Proposals tor Fnel." and addressed to tho anrjaTteterid ent of the r..ar and (Mmletre Snfvav, Wanrt Won. Iu. T. C. MBfDBlflALL.Snnarln- SBgaU r.aV.lViP ,1 i Fpotwaiks.-ontca or rnMic anin FOK ItMNTnOO.MS. JOB RBNT-HC0 LSTS W-FORNlSHD rtora with hoard. lt. p RBWT-t ROOMS-1 FUR?imnEr, with rloset: snltable for resnertable t- chantcs; nice hone; low rest tor steady tor ant, Applywnittn w H t rrOR MRNT-Ml 1STII sf N W 1IAMD- i; some stilte of room on at floor, with private bath; alt newly fnmlhed; hrmea ami location first class; small family and anol i rate terms. iyt FOR RBNT-HANIBK)MBLY FURBIBHBU room wlihhoarl. iTiSNatnw. 18.lt F OR RBNr-lfJB H BT N W-SD STORY bav !ndow room, faolnc sontb. and H stoty rront; v,itnoai Doani; reierancas et cbnnccd. ljUt FOR RBNT-1 ROOMS. USFDRNISHBO; snlfahla tor light botieekeeplne: to par tie without rhildrem r and heat; bath same floor; onth front. IBIS ft st n w. list T70R KBNT-1M1 0 ST N W-NtCBLY FOR J1 nlshed mom. en suite or slacla. with or TNlthont board: convenient to herdlos and cars; flrst class neighborhood, lMt "ITOR RBNT-WS 12TU ST N W- LA ROB X' rk-ely furnished commnnlcatlna; 3d story rooms, heat and a; references exchanged: term mcslerate. ISAt F OR HiNT-J rnNI8HRD ROOM FOR lleht hontekeetilne: no children: or tnmlil rent room to venireman ami rnrniaa & fast; Jin fanny. Apply HOOF sta w side doer. lSjrt T?OR RBNT-FUBNI8I1BD-LAROE 8BO L' ondstory froat room; term reasonabla. Apply iwt II st n w. lWt I70R HENT-MJRNI91IBD- CHBMRFUL I' 1 story front room In a pretty corner house; near i car linos; location dellsMfuU reference. 1ST0 O st n w lJt FOII RKNT-S OR 3 n'RNISHBD OR U.f fnrnltbcd communicating room. ISSQ eth t n w. IMt FOH RBNT-ltaa 11 T NW, 1 SKjITARR west cf war and Navy Department: 1 andtomely furnUbcd room on 11 anil t Doors. ujjt I?OR RENT-IIAMHJOVELY FUHNHIIBD . alcove room on Al door; ln'e or en u't, trl'h or wllbont board; beaatlful lor tlon. nHisihttnw. ust p R RENT-oXK NItBLY FURNI9IIBD pleasant Jl floor room. ISIS tilth st n w. 170R RK.VT-0SSJSDsr N W-BBADTIFUL . room: 3d floor: turnlsbed; bay-window; alcove; aa. bath, beat. Ae; reflced. elderly couple preferred; ebarmrna location: over looklnc Washington Ctrote. MM F OR RBNT-tOSO O 8T N W-FUKNIaUED rocma, with Brat-rlar board; comfort of borne: berdlc pa tbe door. VIM F OR HENT-FURSIfHED AND UBFVB n!alA.l rooms: nrlvata famtlvt itallirtkLfnl location; ronenlBt to all line of car. Ilia lttb t n w. U I?OH BBNT-SKtTBti OF ROOMS ON 1ST. . Si! and 3d floor; furnUbed or untur BUbeal; with or without board. SS9M:nw. JrOR KBNT-FURNISIIBD ROOM. SECOND . itory. iiiltabl for J ireailenwn or en tlemn and wife. IMlthstuvr. li.it F OR RENT-HANDSOME 2D AND 3D tort rooms. fnrnUned and oartlallv f nr- nlilted; beat aad a; bath on both floor; every convenience; private family; no chil dren; no taouMjkeeplDK; reference. 1J0S L st n w. ji. I?OR RENT-S19 N Y AVB-J LMOR,JD ; floor room, furnished or nnf Ornish!; also 3d floor back, with ptaa oa each tear. Bice ball room, mutbera ipoue; refer enee exchanged. llJt FK RBNT-3 NK'B. FUKX1SHKD BOOMS oa M floor, with u of bath room, to a rK! It B w, lL3t I70RRBNT-C COMUUNICATiBG BOOHS, : M floor: fnrnlbed or anfaraUbed: suatk era tapoaure; Nortbera family-, wltb or with out board. 1-103 H 1 are. lljt F" OR BENT-SOB 3 PARLORS. BN aCtTEj soutk froat. luralabad and aafaraUMd room, id and 3d floor. Urge, llrfbt, perfect order; It to 8M. JS titnw. 3t F R BSNT-BBIOHT. WELL FVKNlaHBO front room with excellent bed and iroat atteatioa. 1.13 ( at n w. 11 Jt FRBBNT-UKiiB, H KNISUBO FRONT rcoaa. 3d floor; In prlrata faasllr of adalt; term reasonable? board If delred. Apply dt 914 Frtnch at n w, bet Mb. loth. R ami S 11. IJ'OR RNT-CNFfBXlSHKD-V ruMWU. nlcattae Sd floor na; new brick hou; private family, elertria ear pa tea doer, i rice 515. Iniluduur (U And beat. 31 9t Ute ll.t rent sale am hunt. BAL BSWATB BCLLBT1N. B TBOMAS E. WA6aAMAN.SffFatMet. Oaaaea made f edaedave aad'SasaiaayS. SbTOBY BRICK AND FKAMB HOOS3U FOB SALE. SakBtts w.bh.18 r tsum SM6usw.bk.Tr iJW MS sad SOS lltkat w. bk. mL t.-.. (JCd k T aad tSS Ya ava aad M 5th U aad J unimproved lota. ISM H6 to 2ii ISth at aad Ky ava, bat S C ate and Bats a 4.ega 3S1 u. M84 D t , 1 k. 6 r ttm atSStbrt a.ba.S t tm MaadutS Oaidaflatsw.tb.Slil.... US SIS ink t e, bVTTw 3M8 Sj aad 344 M at a w. f avtsa. SOS and Ml I at 7i VS r. UtH to il lad ava w, bh.fr USIltkatsa.fb.Sas7.... Allay baMkaaInb,aaa4Bau. bb.3r SMUtkM, tk,Sr 3UUXbatasa.lb.tr aMjtataw.tk.Sr laWS cap at, b. 5 r tats tc lias Bets a, f b-Sraaaek ... 9BSailaratGaaMt.etb aad Tab ata w,f B.Tf.-. ui f h. Jrs. Afley tat it aad Stfc. 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"We do hereby certify that tre supervise tbe arrangements for all tbe Moathly aad !eml-ABBnal Drawing of tbe Louisiana Btata Lottery re , aad la pereou ataaaae aad con trol the Drawlaaa themselve. and that tea same are eeadaeted with aoaesty, faitaeau aad In (rood faith toward all parties, aad w anlbortee the company to nse tbn certiloata with fae-alatlht ot oar ilaaaturot attaakaif, ta It advertisement." 8SS23 ff4 t'eMtlMlener We, tbe aadetslaiMd bank aad baahata, wilt pay alt 1'rlae drawn la tae Iatotaau kuta Lottarlcs wafcb may be preseataa at our counter. H. M. WALMbLEY. Fres't La, Nat. Bask. V. IJINAUX, rrm't Ntato Nat. Bank. A. IULDW1N, rrua't N. O. Nat. Baak. CARL K JHN. fres't t'nlon Nat. Baak. Grand Monthly Drawing WILL TAZB PLACE AT TUB ACADEMY OF MUSIC New Orleans, 14, 1890, CAPITAL PRIZE, $300,000. mm Tickets at V Hahes, Otwifcfs, & TetiJrS. ll TweaMbS, SI. List of Prizes. i tribe of fsocess i tassjM i i-Kias 9V ve.vM b, BjKa i rBUB or Mseu saj 1 PRIZE OP .U. 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