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THE DAILY CEITIC, THURSDAY EVENING, PEI'lTMBER 18, 1PH0.
AN INFURIATED I0RSS DASRR5 INTO
A CROWD OP SPWTATORS.
Id Men SerrMMly InJnreM at lln-
slngefs IMinmr Tttts Mnrnlftft
'While Amtther Itystnntter
l)rin Ilenil rroHi Wight
Tlil morning Mr. Dn Cootey took
n horse to BetrslafPBt's tmnw bM4t on
Louisiana limine, bptwwn Xloth aird
Tenth Mitels, ami offered it for sat.
The animal was hitched up ti a bran
new IMland bnsrgr and ststtal sronml
lie exhibition rlnf.
William Illey, one of the tmsted
tflored drivers who Is employe 1 there,
handled the reins. He drove at quite a
fast alt ami made too sharp a Inrn. He
Is quite a heavy man, and. his
weight as the Irargy went over on one
side sufficed to overturn It and throw
him In the ring. Finding Itself free
from restraint and frightened badly by
the overturning of the vehicle,
the horse dashed madly around
the ring. As It came to the
corner from which It started
It dashed madly Into tho crowd who
were witnessing the exhibition. Nearly
200 persons were congregated about the
inclosurc, and it seems n miracle that a
half dozen or so were not trampled to
Mr John West of 1218 Union street
and C. K. Collins of -102 Sixth street
Eouthwest, who attempted to check the
career of the animal, were seriously
Injured. The former had his leg
broken and he was Injured Intornalty,
whllo the colored man, Collins, was
badly bruised, but luckily escaped with
out any broken hones. Both are em
ployes of tho ba7aar.
liming tho excitement an elderly
white man, named Charles II. Miller,
who was standing In the rear of tho
crowd, became excited, and throwlnir.
up his hands Implored some one to hold
him. The bystanders supported him as
ho fell backwards, and lowered him
gently to the ground.
A cursory examination sufUced to
show the man was dying, and, before
medical aid could bo procured, how.is
dead. The patrol wagon was instantly
summoned and tho body removed to
Thcro wcro some diversity of opinion
regarding the casualty, somo of those
present insisting that Mr. Miller had
been kicked by n horse.hut there was no
external Injury on tho body, and until
the autopsy and Inquest Is held the cunc
of his death cannot bo determined, nl
thouch many of tho spectators believe ho
died from heart disease, superinduced
Mr. Miller lived at 471 K street south
west. The coroner was notified and an
Inmost will be held.
Mr. Ilenslngcr exceedingly regrets
the accident and will assist those who
A Resolution Forblddlnc Hie Granting
of Lottery 1'rlvllrces,
Frankfort, Ky , Sept. 18. A f tar
a rest of three days the Constitutional
Convention assembled yesterday morn
ing to tlnlsh the report of the Commit
tee on llulcs. This was done In short
order, when President Clay announced
his standing commltteos, twenty-four
In number. Governor lluckner offered
a significant resolution in vlow of the
Louisiana Lottery fight. Ho proposes
to forbid tho Issuing of any lottery
jrrant or any privilege to sell lottery
tickets and to withdraw privileges pre
Want the Canal Itestored,
Bradley S. Johnston, John S. G til
ings, C. M, Matthews and Frederick M.
Colston, the surviving trustees ap
pointed under the Indenture of mort
gage dated Juno 5. 18-18, executed ami
delivered by the Chesapeake and Ohio
Canal Company, have tiled a petition
for the restoration of the Chesapeake
and Ohio Canal as a waterway. The
petitioners, as representatives of the
bond holders of tho company, claim
tho right to take possession of the canal
and its works and operate It as a water
way, and to appropriate the revenues
to the payment of the principle and
interests of the bonds of 1878 and ISIS.
The petitioners also state that they can,
if given possession, restore the canal as
a waterway so as to derive sutllclent
revenue to make the above payments.
An Antl-ClTll (Service Itaformer,
There Is one man, at least, In Tennes
see besides Congressman Houek who is
dissatisfied with the workings of the
Civil Service Commission. The Com
mission lately received a letter from a
rejected applicant from that State who,
after stating that he Is "at w wits end
when you Say I am ellgibh for re ex
malnatlon for Six month fr u date of my
failure," winds up by d daring tlu
"lam not carting wheathvr I wourk
under a Dmoeratfc Harness or not I am
done acting for any partle that Adver
cafes Civil Service.'
The C omraUsioB show this letter a
an example of bow wueh is knows by
trine people coneernlng It, ad ia wkt
estimation tt la held by sobm rejected
anti-Lattery I'eople JublUat.
New Obxbax., Sept. 18. At New
Orleans, Batoa Itouge aatl other
places salutes were yesterday tired by
the Anti Lottery League of LouUUaa
In honor of the passage by Goagriwe of
the Anti Lottery bill. Ia eoasaflmaea
ff the attitude of President aad Ooa
grebs, the KepuUicas Bewepepets of
the Mate are, with one exeeptioa,
against the lottery. A sew aatl lottery
newspaper, the RtptMkan., has baea
established Is New Orteaas.
A llutular I'reaeber.
WifHiTA, Kan.. Sept. 18 Kev. J.
13 Carroll, a Baptist praaeker, gat late
a row with Johu Carrutbswa, a eaal
deslcr, last sight They had a MWgfc
and tumble igbt and us jweaeher was
getting the beet of H whea TfcestM
iarnett, a ftiead Carnithat., ialttfarail.
C ftrroll threw a fiuaa of leoa wWcb
rendered Barnstt umcomdou. aad tt la
t bought his injuries will prove fatal. 2a
i -m - '
Uwt la tbe NwJk.
Two boyg, Gborge
i licIaMMk, wwt out mrti aMf
MB Of JUMI Cmm, wMlM
lorn,, wa afiBwih)lfar pOf nf
mmtm 9i lvsSrnW,(1 'WpWapWrsv'BF
The (Trent AejrrMle Drama and JIM
StorMnrd's. Dive Fnnnv Incident.
Perhnrfi tire matest of all efforts
towards realism on the Mate I to be
wen this wee at the New National
Theatre In "A Dark Secret." It h
"realism reallaed," a one gentleman
ptit It lt night. But the vast anil
wires who are now witnessing the per
foTmance nightly can scarcely fwrn any
Mea of the wonderful Ingenuity, me
chanical sfclll and great expense In
volved In the production. The tank
containing the "river of real water" Is
twenty Ave feet wide, sixty feet long,
and Irom two to seven feet In depth.
It Is constructed of robber and plate
glass and holds about ninety tns of
water. The company, In addition to
Its heavy cast and accessories, carries
with it a skilled cnglneei and twelve
assistants, who, with manv laborers em
pltycd In the respective cfttes, are solely
occupied in the placing and unplacing
of the tanfe.
A Critic man was In the wings dur
ing last night's performance and wit
nested the work of the treat army en
gaged In handling tho" "real" steam
launch, the "real'' boats ami "real"
rainstorm, and saw the "real" ducklnr
of Mng Jefee (Sllse Belle Stoddard) and
her gallant rescuer, Martin Urooke (Mr.
B. 11. Tllton). Miss Stoddard remained
under water nearly two minutes and
Mr. Tllton and herself splashed about
for a minute or so more while the audi
ence cheered Itself hoarse, ami then
when the curtain fell the pair left a
trail of very real water from the stage
to tho dressing room.
A little later Miss Stoddard, who Is a
fascinatingly beautiful young lady and
a clcvor artiste, told the Tjib Cnmr
Minn all about "tank life." "Oh, I
really enjoy my dive," said sho, as her
eyes sparkled merrily. "I know that
many persons In the audience believe
to the contrary and think I suffer great
hardships, but they aro wrong. Over
and over again, every where I go. I am
asked, 'O, how do you stand llj' 'Do you
often catch Cold? and 'Are you not
afraid you will get pneumonia? Why,
these warm nights I really lonr for the
foutth act. and then you know in cold
weather tho water is heated to a com
fortable decree. I have enjoyed greatly
Improved health since I Joined tho
'Dark Secret' Company, so you can
see there are no evil effects." The
glow of health on tho young lndy'a
checks left no doubt of the truth of her
"Somo people think I wear rubber
clothing," Miss Stoddard continued,
"and I would with you to dispel that
illusion. No, I really got ns wet as If I
wore to fall into the river just now. At
cno time we had n 'double,' n lady whose
only part was to Impersonate Jy Jotee
In the water, and she wore rubbers, but
I ihn't," said Miss Stoddard emphati
cally. The young lady was enthusiastic In
her praise of tho beauties of Washing
ton. "There is only one ditty thing
about your charming city," said she.
"and that Is very, very dirty your
wator," and Tim CntTic man sadly
bowed In arqutescenre.
Many funny Incidents occur In con
ncctlon with the mammoth tank not
listed on the programme. Recently It
became necessary to send n colored
super Into the Hies with gas for the cal
ciums. When he was over the seven
foot part of the tank his foot slipped
and he fell with a splash. Just as he
disappeared beneath the water Mty
Jcjftt appeared upon tho stage, exclaim
ing, "Great goodness, what was that?"
Tho cbon-hucd swimmer's head coming
up just then, he shouted: "A Dark.
Secret." Since then his exclamation
has stuck to him as a nickname.
THE COLORED UNIYERSITV.
.1 I'lot of t.iiml llonittecl for the llreo
tlun or it Ilullillnc.
At the Soptoinber meotlnc of the
board of managers of the Colored Na
tional Unlvorslty, hold yesterday at the
Virginia Avonue Church, appropria
tions of $30 each by the Metropolitan
and Virginia Avenue and $85 by the
Sblloh Churches were reported by their
The report of the committee on build
ings and grounds was read, stating that
thuy had secured the building at the
corner of Eleventh and K streets north
west for school purposes, and that a plot
of land situated at the head of Sixth
street bad been donated to the trustees
for school purposes by a generous lady.
Prof. W. II. Scott was designated to
represent tho university at the National
liaptist Convention at Louisville, ami
Dr. Laws to represent it at the Mary
land Haptlst Convention, which meets
at lialtimore. Dr. Laws reported that
a University Relief Association had been
formed at Pittsburg for tbe benefit of
Testimonial to S1U Itaytuonil.
MIse Alice Raymond, the well-known
corset player avd tbe wife of Cashier
Alvord of the Arlington, hae received a
handsome testlmoalal from her St. Louis
friends. Tbe gift Is la the shape of a
eold horseshoe composed of laurel
leaves, in the centre of which Is a shield
appropriately inscribed: "Ia Wsliwoay
of the appreciation of the St. Louis Bx
bosIUob and Mutc Hall AscocUtioa to
Jllss Aliee Haywood oa the occa.los of
her engagement In 1S0." The mosey
value of the gift is $850, but it will be
chiefly valued by Mlse ltaymowl as a
teatimoay of tbe esteem aad frtemUhlp
la which she Is held by the St. Louia
Superintendent Porter III.
SuperuteadeBt of Ceaaus Porter U
ill at hia reeideace oa P street, George
town, sutfeiiag with aesvoue psoas
Uob, caused by overwork. He will aot
be able to resume his duties earlier tham
Moaday next. The coariittoa of Mr.
Porter ia sot eoaeidesed serious, aad
with a few days' teat it ia thought he
will he all right. He hat beea cnaflnad
to his bed siace Moaday.
Uuit lite Lir ltrwkeu.
Owea Brows, a Uoade haired youag
hoy was Uvea at No. 518 Teath street,
was tub over by a coal cart UUs aftar-
aooa oa IfttaveBih atuieil flft aad ab teg
bfokea. He waa tafcea to the Kwergeary
Hospital what ha waa nlliadial by Dt.
Ut. II. I. Qsajary of thai caty has
bftfitt eaVWaVHammm Ay flmmHBMamt BbT IttW
I II- - III
ijiaiu .-. ...
jRamm ammfi JftmV KaMmt Jammmmai
"4 CtiaiiMtaii b wok
DEFENDS HIS POSITION.
Secretary Tratnor lnMMn That Hb Wm
tMUor Critie: In reply to yonr fl
totml In yetterday's pnper, hendtxl wWt
my name, I wonld say that the gemwal
pnblre, of which I am one, twraaUy
judges of the contents of a law by the
way R h administered, presuming that
thfe who ewente it fully nnderstand
its meaning and reonlrements. It Is not
presumed that every member of the
public will study into the Intricacies of
every law, unless he be In the leeal pro
fession, and even If one did ret he
would have to be governed by the law
as administered unless he contest such
an administration of It In the courts.
With regard to the Civil Service law,
which yon say I 'denounced," though
the newspaper reports from which yon
Sot yonr Information (which merely ssy
mt I' dwelt very severely upon the Civil
Scivlce law") hardly warrant your as
sertion. I will leave yon to jndee of
the contents and character of the law
by the way It Is lielng administered, and
not by what I know about it Intrinsi
cally or of myself.
First. Very few of the ex Union
soldiers discharged from the civil serv
ice have been reinstated therein In the
grades or at the salaries from which
they were discharged. They have
mostly been reinstated In the lower
grades, ranglne from $8-10 and $000 to
$1,800 or $1,400, though perhaps re
moved from $1,800 and $1,800 posi
tions. Secondly. They had to be certified by
the Civil Service Commission for re
appointment, and some of the lator ap
pointments, If not all of them, read,
"on six months' probation," and after
such probation the reappotntees, or
"reinstated," as they are officially
called, are recommended for ami re
ceive permanent appointments, which
certainly looks very much as If they
were deemed novitiates In the service.
Thirdly. Hut when these reinstated
men come to be assigned to duty, they
are not then tteated as novices in the
service, but are assigned to duties and
succeed employes of the highest classes,
which duties could only be assigned to
employes of tho "longest experience
and Inchest efficiency.
Fourthly. When vacancies occur In
tbe grades of the service from which
these former employes wore discharged,
and who nre now performing tho du
ties of those grades, which, however,
arc two or more grades atove the ones
In which the said employes now are,
as the law is administered, or said to
be, those employes aro ostopped from
aspiring to tlioso'vacancios because "the
law requires thorn to be promoted regu
larly up through tho grades." Now, I
do not say that the above are the words
of the law, nor did I say so in my ad
dress before tho Maryland Republican
Association, to whlch'you refer In your
editorial. In that address, as now, I
only dealt with the facts as I found
them in the administration of the law.
which I presume Is the way It Is con
sttucd by the Civil Service Commls
slon, which has In charge lis con
ttrucllon and formulates the rules to
regulate Its execution.
The facts cited above will enable you
to lodge, as I did. of the "absurdity
of the character of the law or Its con
struction especially those facts relat
Ing to having the reinstated employes
assume the duties of old and experienced
clerks at the same time that they are
classified and have to go through all the
lolo and routine of rlvll service novices.
Respectfully, Josri'K Tk.vixor.
HORSE AND SULKY.
fa'uceeitful aieiitlnc or ttie Hreeler'
.Wtoclatlnn it llennlnc'n.
The Inaugural meeting of tho Trot
ting Horse Rreeders' Association at
Dennlng's yesterday was highly success
ful, both as to attendance and tbe ex
cellent character of the racing pro
vided. The grand stand was com
fortably filled, and tbe concert by the
Marino Hand lent additional attractive
ness to tbe occasion. Prior to the
racing there was a review of the horses
before the grand stand, and It made a
Owing to numerous delays racing was
not commenced until nearly 3 o'clock.
The judges were Hon. II. H. Helton,
John K. Phillips and A. J. Brldlsr.
Judge Walter 1. Hayes and Colonel
Haywood acted as timers. Mutual ami
auction pools were sold, but except on
the fourth race did not return very
much for the investment, as the favor
ites generally won.
The first race was for four-year-olds
for a purse of $850, and three horses.
Little Mate, Nedro and Teoman faced
the starter. Tbe former was the favor
ite, and won the first ami secowl beats
easily with Nedro second. The latter
secured the third heat, but the final
beat and raee was won by Little Mag.
Tbe secoad race was for horses that
had never beaten three minutes, and
was for a $800 purse. Giant us. Kioto,
Lady Welcome and Typo were the
starters, and Kioto won the race, taklug
tbe first, third ami fourth heats, with
T be yearliag raee bad but oae starter,
Mr. K. I). Emory's Happy Lady, aad she
was stalled with a trotting mate. She
made the wile la 2 . 52 i not a very ex
cel lent record for the filly.
Oely two heats were trotted of the
2 35 race, and Alchemist took both of
these iu shallow order. Tbe remainder
of the heals will be trotted to-day.
Follow lag are tbe ealrtes for to day :
Two year old raee Mile heats, two ia
three; puree $800. General E. F.
Beate, Lily Angus, A. M. Christie.
Stoddard; C. M. de Oarmeadla. Maao
aad Mauxmaa, jr. ; J. W. MeFaddea,
Ivaahoe. C. George Magiaaias, Judge
Fisher, Joha White &, Suae, Mario.
2.45 euas Mile Inset, three la five,
purse, $310. A. M. Cfariatte, Begoaia,
be. m. , C. M. de Garateadia, A roller;
O. George Miaaiu, Lis k wood Chief.
Three year old race Mite heats,
three ia five, purse, $225. L. Yictor
Betigiuaaa, Currfto, Joha K. Caulk,
VoUriwo II , Wilton Greeaway, Ar
Utuietta, C. M. de Gaiaieadrla, Eatelia.
C. M. de GartueadiA, Moaocacy; J. W.
MeFaddea, 0'oa tractor.
M class Mite heats, thsee ia five;
purse, $250, Iiokelaad, Wiltoa Greea
way; Susie G , Joha II. Gheea; Lia
woiod Maid. C. George Maglaaii,
Luckia, E. H. Roe, Kioto.
Struck ltKUtaUveiy aiul I, M malty.
These was a liilte strike aatoeg the
colored laborers who work for Beverly
JL Mortimer yeatetxUy. The wea wese
mayad at workoa tie cotaer of K aad
Tain sliest aortawatt, waes they
caaae te tlm fimrlusiofl that It waa t&aae
tlas otNatfactoce paid fhf vi atMue of the
wtwtpy dye. Wofc w0 Mopped ad x
dbMttMtf uuMaW. ImiI Mr Moffluna9f Hd BOt
ooHMriy. Tfatw w ittuct Iliad
VWMI th rOjUrCTflf tMJi wlfcBif tfcw po
Kmmft GettOmtEf UMMtaMttl tkmf SaMI fifitimtoCttl
ia aM dtoecttaaa CMaker Uogea ajr
Mated Vraak Walker aad locked aim
-14 a Iklaktx oa Us fast aha Pteai
mat hw few equal.
ii ifcwfcffle ae 4aeatseaa.
Jtarn- Htaatow's frwthiag 8yntp thjoutij
siwoS BaaA tor cMUlreu taeTblng. It
aetaea tk calhl, totteea the gums, aUaju
all pals, i-uxoe lui .uUl, aiulR ia Un Uat
maiedi lor dtarrtnaa Xe. a soui.
JOST WHAT Mini IS.
Anybwtty eati itaj- it, tt Wnwwiiy
I n Warrior can Trr It,
Jm th frn Srrai KHrOHfH.
I Wrottrtoes mufti" meant U ft an
1 Americanism, an AngtiCTsm, . 0'H-
clsm, or pnre unadtilrerated tlamjt 1
the days of spelling ami rrenwHIOB hw,
fifteen years ago, It wonfd hate bwn
t elf ot d s a gftod word to torttrre e
plrants for prizes.
1 Briefly etprwwd, mnftt fs a mltlmry
term latcely nsed In Knrof ami In A
les desree In this country for th mt of
civil dresa or plain clothes by a regnlar
mllltarv or naval ofliew entlttal to wear
uniforms at all times, m waa actually
I done by otHwTS In the army or rsary of
! the great nations up to the close of the
In the present day there seems to he
Mich a burning desire on the part of
officers in the Army ami xvarv or the
United States to cet rhl of the evidences
of their presumably honorable calling
that the wearing nf mufti, or plain
rlothes. Is an almost universal practice.
Whether It is for the good of the
country that the objection to wearlns:
uniforms on the streets, outside of
parades or public processions Is extend
ing to tbe non commissioned officers
ami privates of the reeular service, Is
a question lhat Is just now receiving
considerable attention from the thought
Turning for a moment to the philo
logical Issue Involved In the word
"mufti," It appears that the term Is of
Arabic origin, ami was adopted Into tbe
Hfndoostsnl tongue to express the as
sumption of plain clothes by the officers
In the service of the old East India Com
pany, which was a commercial corpora
tion invested with mllltarv powers. In
the original Arabic "mufti" Indicated
a person, not n thing, namely, of a
doctor or teacher of religions or Moham
medan law, which Is Its present primary
Interpretation In Turkey. The French
peak of an officer "In mufti" as "en
Pekin." thus again recognlrlng the
Oriental origin of tbe word. The Ger
man army usee "mufti" to express the
assumption of civilian clothes after
being in uniform, and the Russians
recognle the term In the same sense.
I . ,
The l'rnper Thine
FHm M CSIrace Ertrtmi Put.
Toachor What did the ancient Egyp
tians do with their cats!
llrlght Pupil They embalmed them
and laid their bodies In catacombs.
JVom tht Ihtte (JnttUe.
Arid now the sweet girl graduate
Her back on aTlloatsra turn,
And, fitting on her pa's front step,
She reams ami yearns ami yearns ami
- m i .
Will Keturn to rlacun.
'ihh M fffcAMewt Tim.
Lvery political wrong committed upon
the South by the Republican party is
committed upon tbe North as well.
Kvery political wrong of this character
lll, however, return to plague Its
A Double Loaded dun.
Hlpgy What's the matter with Ilea
lojT AVIpssy He used to eat a lwwl of
eggs for breakfast every morning, ami
the consequence Is he walks bow-legged;
WathlnEton Stock Kxchance,
Hales lteeular Call 13 o'clock m.
D. U. 7s ot 10(0, $1,000 at 180). Washing
ton flaa Hoods, A, J800 at 117. Cap. and
North O Bt. It. K., a at r. Aruer. (irapho
plione. 10 at l?i. Wash. Loan and Trust
Co., lOOatl, lOOat-li; 100 at I.
.Miscellaneous Honda U. a. Electric
Lights 1st, li'i. 100; V. B. Electric LIkM
2d, O'l, JOB; XV. & 11. It. K. 10-40 0'.
K'Se-lffl, 108: W. fc 0. Convertible, 0',
i Matoole iUll Ate'n, 5's, C 1MW, 107,
Wash. Market Co.. 1st Mort., ti's, 110;
Wash. Market Co., Imp., 8's, llfl; Inl'd ,t
Beaboard Co., 6's, C 1607, ; Wash. Lt.
Iufantry, 1st, B's, 1WM. tH; Wash. Lt. In
fantry, !, 7's, 1WI, W; Wash. Gas Light
Co., fcer. A, B's, l'.ti; Wash. Gaa Ltht Co.,
ter. II, G's, 117; HtrImjIc lee Comnaayjst
JlorU, it, ; Awerlcan Security aad
National Bank Stocks Bank ot Wash
ngton, 4&0; Dank of ltetxtblle. 205; Metro
politan, X; Ceotral, 370; Beeood, 300,
KaraMrs and Mechanics'. 1S5; Cltlxena',
lt; ColumMa. 170. Capital, 110; Wast
End, 96; Traders', 13S; LIdooIb, US.
Itailroad aweks Washington and
Georgetown, ; Metropolitan, 163; Co
lumbia, 70, Capitol and North O street,
61; EcklOKtOB and BoWler'a Hoaie, Do;
UeorEetown and Tetinallytown, 53, Bright
iMurawe Stocks FireoeB'f, 41, Frank
lln, 48, Metropolitan, 75; National UbIob.
'JO; ArllBgtoB, 175; Coreoran, t; Colua
Ua, mrtuerai&u-Amerieaa. 170: fotoauc,
tO; lUKg(, 8; 1'eople'a 51; LiaeolB, 51.
Title IneuraBee Stocks Ileal Eetate
Title, 135; Colusobta Title, SI; Wasbiogtoc
Qas and Eieetrfe Lieht Btoeka Washlaz
ton (.as, 47; UeorKetown Uas, 4S; U. a.
Elwtrie Light, 15.
Telephone Stocks feDMjlvaBU, tSS,
Chesapeake and fotoaue, 711; ABterteaa
MtscellaBeous Klocks. WashlacUm Mar
bet Co., lttj; WashiBgiOB HriekMaehut
Co., 365; Ureat Falb Ice Co., 31)0, BuU
Hub faBorawa Co., ; National alafe De
posit, aao; WahlBtoa Safe Deposit, 15
VVsshbwtoB Loan aud Trust Co., 4i. Na
ttaajj Typographic, 15, Mewrestthaler, 7,
PneticaaUe Qua Carriage. 1, AbmHcae
EeeurMy and Trust Co., 531, Lincoln Hall,
; IljKUnJe lee Co., , Inter-Ckeaji
CflQWied ab Died.
M4JS3LSS - HOPKINS.-Oa W4edT.
SulBbr U, less, r the ftev Ci W Hubs,
at Bnltwwre. ltd. limxf W. sUcalee uf
i. B. o , to Marr B Hopkins uf
BUiKB -ix. o. sa.. gMiasjia w it. UM).
la tan lsi jju of ak aasu fura at Slid
Dust Bottaaef the reaawl wtll isa
LL'Catarrr.-Oai that ITtk Istat . Vast Lee.
aVausU. r of .,T. lactelt, aaad U 1
BBoatas aatl 17 sntf .
LAMMOl. At Anacoasja. B.C.
17, use. m SJW a. sa.. Mm. Bombs Laauoa, la
i aata year at .
i jeavrof aerasta.
LAWa1.-ua Faiilasnaar 14.
urn. at to.W
o'dottk 9- .. taiifH. beloved i
ItaxtkU Lw. iejirtel Ibis Ufa,
and palatal UIbos 1b the mS
i alter U;3
year ot nor
BOCanVDALg.-Oat Aaxaat tt. uas). oa tht
ateasner en Us war to lUiaala. sseifWT. hetonJ
haabbBd of Bon an4ahi. acwl w rears-
MTU.-Ub the evwatju of SeoMMaber 1,
taatTSaah. latast mielssMSf aBd Clara
esniln. ajpwt S asojahs aad IA 4aj a.
T8CKIM.S.-1B ruasels, Bstlgbiai Wptem
be a. uaw, Mm luxtlo A TruauUe. oolr
act leroJM. k. uauiuu j.T.Truaaie
ir she laatta peace
T AiUSb U UtatUMB TJ Vti t
Xj of a tuBK eBtsvhlkesat aatl relUt
IS4ia' phiaiuiaa uiay oonsutt Mr. Dl
wtUHMi. imb srk naee. a e. bet a
and lltb wad Utb U B . UimulUtUu
V-W-BWIMTai ATf VtWfv
HERRQN & RAMiY,
ko tax r sTUJtsrr . w
-JJUWBI TIJJ5 TIM. W WHX FAY
SsiW caSiTgLstB. W5T rw.
ntrn-t tr' ritMrtlwT
t Ptllttr rWlt.
w,,siYf.TA n , .irf.MfeM fa lean
Ttetof a"tmllc,, to the rMie ehool
way lie Bart at the nenn "chonl hnlM na by
nHylna for them on i h rtAY or VrT!-
M T, the itth or SOTil I v STFr, between
tit briTiT of ami lrt-SB a m , or betwfi
inr uour 01 i ani i, p m
Patl! hwe nae cm th rolls at flw
elo of tt year do not neeil tteftet. Te
slwniM rerrt on HoTNtaf moratng at the
whjxl to which lby beloarBd lant year.
Ttelirt rholn shonltt not report tmtll
The aWe dircotloris anfttv to the schools
of Anacoti, niuial. Monet Pleevant,
Mntt Fi h. ol and the Monroe feftool of the
CobBty. rnpil deatrtnsi to attend other
Conaty sohofils tfill not report airtn Monday
IVote-Theofllre of tne ?npTVtln Prln
Mral of the l,rt DIvhiWB h norn re Bored
itbi th franklin achool lo the llennlsoa
ohool on S ireet. between Thirteenth and
1 onrfeenlh treM notthwet
rup1l formerlv attemttaa tne Thoiiwi
moot witi ippoTi at me rnniKun sikmii.
W. R. PlWRI.I
ROGMDALS rOOrgRATtV o
riMT MMBben of tht ortrtr In Bo
elon of the trade card to APf.IL, fsl, and
Irtetntee In the matter of coal and wwt
thonld call on the ondertaued before OtTf)
I KR T for Information, etc T Lonely, "W
Astne. Ajrt'l Dvpt : Smith Thompon 1SB
P t n w, R. ard P. Dlv War iv-pt . 1, Van
derlmef.Wt Frem-hst, Bn Stat ; R r Paw
celt, sea Ma arene. Ponrth And off:. I R.
McQthe.SSSd f a e. P O Ihjpt : H W Smtlb,
1 JS B rt s w. U. M off.. I, P Hunt, 1STO
Sstn w, stxrh And off , L. R drldley, 7
I. t n w, Rca-vi off . Trra.; John Monton,
4ISKtn w, Pemlon off: Dr. .lojeph Jon v.
1S Pa arenw, 9trt Ocn.'n off; idwan!
ftjirm m It it n e. Oot. Prn's; off : J W.
nrh. W.U t n w. Ch Room. Trww By
order of the commute,.!. W. HARSnA.ir
t33TTKMP0nAHT OFPirB OF TUB
KK' WA8UINOTD1S LOAN AND TRUST
1001 F street n. w.
Thl eomrany lmne eertlSeates of depnlt
bearlnr Interest a follows: On all amonnts
deposited for ninety day or more, bat lens
than sli month. S per cent, per anntim; 34
per cent, on derxolts for more than rtx
months, bntlem than a yearamll percent,
on i!erolt of one year or lonaer.
Secnred Investmeiits for sale.
W. D. MOBIBON. Sec. B. It. WARNKH.Pree.
John T. Attn, Oeorire F. Pahftfer,
tburle II. Iialtey, John A. Hamilton,
James L. II t hour, Tlionms Somervtlle,
(leorire B. Harlot. John A. Swope.
Horace 8. CnmmtnRS, J. 8. Swormajedt,
J..I. Darllmrton, IIatterlcy V.Talbott,
John Joy Kdson, (tatgp Trnenlell,
Chtl J. Faulkner, n. II. Warner,
Albftt F. Fox, A. A. Wtlon,
O. t". Green, I I). Wine,
Wllltam II. (lorlf y, 8. W. Woodward.
John II. Lamer, Cha. BenJ. Wllhlnon,
A. P. WortlriiKton.
Will renoTe obJeethmaHlehah from the faee
and aims In ten relnutes vrlthont Injury to
the most dellsate skin.
5cnt anywhere on receipt of prloe. Send
NKW YORK TOtLRT CO.,
Pa. are- and Ittli st.,
Washlnttfm. 1). C.
KX-riSrV RKLIRVBD. DR.WIIITR,
141S Tenna. are- ottoMtn WltUtrrt' Hotel
Tbousaads from far and sear vllt Ir White-
establishment for rellnt from and avoidance
of enrrr, Imnbms, dlseaeil nail and all
ether foot trouble llonr. S a. ra. to n. m
Sbday.S tots. Office fee, fl per vIMl for
rnltlna the feel In aot order. tabllhed.
Kar-WA'IIINOTON AFK nUPOSIT CI.,
-- 018 and SIS Pennsylraula avenue.
Rooms Ire ami burster proof, and all above
pround, rtkralarly adapted for tbe slnnwe
of fnrntture. 4clure. ao, aati-lm
CIlAKTailKD BY CONOKBsb ISIS.
FKAMCLIM IKSUKAKCK CO.
OF WA8U1N OTON, D. C.
CAPITAL AND bt'RrLUP. IsavtOO. Itaa
never tonlMted a Iom by Bre. but always
makes rromrt and liberal IJiuiB)ntii. Dr.
Daalel ll. t'farke. prea't; (ivoree K. Imon,
vlce-pres't; Cbarlestl llradley,trens.;l. Ken
wk'k Youne, sec'y; Will I'. Boteler. M't
t5r"WllY NOT IIAVK YOL'lt SHIRTS
E' made by one of tbe most eelebrated
cotters la Amerleat lrleea saate as tbwe
third-rate enttera charge, p. T. HALL, COS Y
J. WILLIAM LKS
(Saeceeter to Heery Lee's Soae).
Braaeh Oflke. 48 Marvktad are. i. w.
a5r-LADIK LADIBsH LADIBSH
SEf Mrs. MeCafferty la tbe only bat aad
rxmnet-fraaie manufaolaw In tbeoity. Call
and see bur sew sbapea. i)Wta aad
preeelBK. btraw aad f eft bats altered to tbe
latest style. Orders !Broaptly atteaded to.
ANTED -HELIABLK WOMAN FOKOgN
eral bonsework In small famllv. 'ho home
nlabts; re fertuees required . Call at 449 o at
rANTJts-A tOUHtBII WOMAN TO
poos,: ,i eoase recosnm wne.1. am r
t b w. u at
ANTED-A MKPTALL GIKLWR
Dlaln Leookiiuf and sral uevrFk:
bsbh st av'at pleht A pplr at ats Mb st n w.
!TItAK PEIENOU OOUKt
also to wash aad Iron is rtrt fasailr.
Call. wHbrvfeiencwe. ISSN K t a w. ujt
rANTKIi-WHIIKGIklL A CUOa. Mas'
aaye rwrfsrs kii a a w iv
TiyAMTED-A UESMAN SKHVANT GIHL
tY wbotaneook: saaall faal'y; rtfreaaa
requlrtd AltJrT1B ISth st a w I'vSl
rANTbD-4 VkHtTK !-1 TU Do
I rouklne and I for cbrwotk 0U
at IMS H t a w li.1t
T ANT A WOMAN TO CIM1 iMUDn
aexeral botisework;Ubt work Aoolv
to SM Peeve a w. U St
rAbTKD A WhlTg OiMLTO DO QK-
Hsisuuwwors appviu f M a w.
rAkTKD-WUHAN TO COOK, WASH
I d iron: m star al 1 bria
leferenees tril 1st a e 17.et
TrATD-A -IML KOtt tigNBStAL
It hooaework; moat coma well reooas-
i n u m n w jT.at
WDHID-t HOY to :
gentrallr useful in Uw
tvi-oiBi eedaiimu l 1411
i store, auut save
14th st b w 17 St
rAHTW-A PCTAaVLK WKfTS
I art lot liuu: uu be le to rive tef-
tnst'S aa be wlUina lo leave l. Call at
BH A at s e 17 St
TAbTKD-OODtlMJk IK aMALL PAM-
umwhuu ix ao aarenKer-
i. irsil.Mb.Uw K.tt
AMTKDA WU1TB UIMLTO DO Gl-
rai busuvwork ""Call at ISSad t a w.
yAVTl-Aje;SAT biML TO BO
I aoaawork ! aaaiat In tln cans of
ebfU la a fsjoily of S. Mrs CALL, M. Utk
fAXTSD-A UtD .aUUtlM UIU. U
general aouaewurt vw at us w at
n e: M-at
-yAMTIU-iMlUD-tMAV NJat FAMILY
1 1 utjt: reteeaBtai rogalred; bms star at
nlbi Call at IMS athatnw. MM
T AVTSD-A VB1-. WOMAM TO HU
t care for a child iu pmwte faaail; bout
Irons 7 JB a SB toi pm: mu Ue and eat at
aosna. Appirat .jm. ii r m aw sssf
rAMTSB-A 1L TO (XAUK AS9 DO
I aenerai hirk. if oulured. to
stay at iKt, relrreu rvnwewl SsMTtbat
-r AbTSD-MPsJTlMT WUaUM TO BO
1 1 seiwraxBi
housework is small wmi sat
a. hb w.
rATA-MlUMJt Atiam WOsJUM VUK
i aesccal bou ewurk. wlute Mefecred,
muallv ivLosnSBvaUoB. AboIi US!
f AKT-AOQUniJAi UJaMt, os
V who will do a little cbtAbefVork CbU.
vrlUi reiareaces. ax 7Ui rth slw, an tai
t unntJJid WLu-Uicsa and oaje
:IBSietllit- AWU at IUiX SSU at
AAT1- A OIU KM -gXSaUL
II BOUafrk tr aia i tastily. iuut baro
. It y oInretKio and stay t mtt UoiTst
u w wjt
-VATD A- l'J"L l.i LJ iUMSlt
II rk od il i w.u J I oaiu.
.ll J I - W 11
WAJITKO -ITt TI05.
tt'ANTF.n ITI ATIOS AFIRBWA AT
1 jiteam boltor; can alve Rood rrfwage
f I1 1 Feriton tne t,V,
ANTtD BT LADY OP tJtPSMKral.
a nroliion a ne'nl romrisnlon. hone
keeper or tovrtness to yount chttdreni no
onjeci ion ro conniry . sasnw m.i.,
ifff, TTowsTd oonntv wd
rlrt a 1natlon as cook, ehambermtM,
dlnlnaroom sirl or nnrrt Call or addres
MIS 1th t n M
irAJtTHD-MTTJATTON AS POUTlHt t!
otnrm take oar r f home or rowhman
for private family Address Sias Va are n w.
-lrANTTJ-Bt A NRAT, PI!tIT-OLti
V woman eooktCotorM, a place a ich;
roo reference, wit L t a t,it
T A!rrn-BT rrWbttablb wntr
other an waltrens In a private family, with
ref'Tnee. (allwaiMrp" ISB4 llth tt n
AArANTBD-BY OOOtJ TOPNti WH1TR
rlrl.a ltnatto as honswaald: a "1 ror
erenoes fall law isth ttn ihv
WSTBD-PLACR AS f'HWIBRRn W
In a flrt elss family: not an wi!tre;
rrfen nee from last place Address liiq R
n w. IS it
ANTKD-BT A OOLnRBD WoMAV, a
nlace a chambermaiil. cook or nnr.
fooo -ny wirmrtm. Apply ro; rmn sr n w.
fANTKD-BT A WH1TK WOMA1, A
II attnMlon as food plain cook In a smalt
arMormtlc famllv: no washlna. and lron1n:
with city references, rail at HWflMatn w.
rANTBD-BY RB8PBCTABI.R WlttTB
T air), a sitnatlon In a small family. Apptv
at n Bt if
ANTRO-BY RRarBCTABLB OOWORBD
a4r1. a nlace as chambermaid or wattrass
In a small family; rood references. Apply at
rANTBD-BY A 9BTTI.BI) WOMAN, A
VV slinathm tortolhtht honsework In small
family: no eooklna; irood home main object.
Inqntrr-lrtM t n vr 17,
rANTKI-llY A RB8PK TABLK W11ITB
y rlrl. n place as chambermaid; wllllnc
and ohllrlng Oall nil' 7 R t n w. 17.st
TANTF.D-nY YOUNO OOLORRD OIRU
IT a sitnatlon to do general horowwork.
Address HARHIBT WARS, 811 Nstn w. 1A.St
.NTKD-BY A TtBUABLK COLORBD
won an. emnlorment lv dav or waeblna
lo take borne. IMIsmhstnw 1 St
WAN1FD-HYA RBSPKCTABLK WIIITK
alrl. a situation as chambermaid or
nnreeln a prlrate family; o.xl references
tll lNBMstjnr, rearhonse. IS St
VANTBD-nY J RHtPstrTABLK OOL'I)
I alrls. places as chambermaids or nnrses
In private families, Oallal iwnisihstn w.
VUANTED-SITPATION AS DRIVKILTO
take care of hores or as natter, by a
respectable eoloteil man; best references.
Address S Va are a w. layit
WANTED-DY COLORBD MAN.AURSB,
a situation to work In a dry gorta Mora.
Address 1WI N J avoj IS It
A7ANTKD-1IY R88TKCTA1ILR WHITE
VV alrl. a sitnatlon as chambermaid and to
assist In washlnc; and Ironias;. nae call at
44 1st st sW; IMt
V woman, a place In private family to do
chamberTCfirk and walttnc or chambwwork
ard tbe care of la ran children. Call 11 HHh
si n w ll.at
I FKW DR81RA11LK HOOM8. WITH
steam lower, (food elevator service and flrst
class lanltonlilp. In tbe l'OST HUILD1NO,
for rebt at low rates to flrsl -class tenants.
Apply to 8TIL1H)N IltrrciIINH, Mt Post
llalldlnir. or PRANK MAUUIHK, Huperin
temlent. rtm hai.r nntmit-t.
JrOHcifp BAVr HBALSsTATiL"
1 DO YOU WANT A nNAPI
That flnfl old romestesHl. seal (J at n w.
enmprlslnic nearly SACO) feet of irround and
siDima: tbe most ilellsrhtful elevations In
(eoraetown, Hill be sold at a sacrtac If
taken soon. Terms can be made aallsfao
tory; but the property must lie sold at onoe.
Key at Mr. C II. Fx-kllna-'a ottoe. 1 1 lull st,
Ueoraetown. Write lo
L. O. JOHNSON.
ana tf Rjchardsvllle, Va
IPOR 8ALB-1N ALKXANDHIA, S-ROOM
' frame boase.jast BBlsblna; nydraatla
yard; lot ISillA: anuar borne; prioe. I W0. Ap
ply to ItOBBUT J.TO.MAS,Room No.2.t3
FOR BALK-TnRKK OF TOE cnEAl'KST
bonsea la Waahtaaton, IVC, Us) and lie
lltbatno; two-story and basement, brown
stone trimmings; 7 rooms and bdtb: eleotrto
belle and gas: price. IS,.V each. $VX) oasb
balance to suit or trade for rood iota.
I'Dlt HKNT ItOUSBH.
14U Mass ave. 17 ra aad stable two 00
lew M at n w. is rs tu Co
Hllistei.. 15rs I Ol
ianillsrDw.lv re mat
ITSrOstnw, UN km oo
Nil StstBW.lIn , 100 00
Lalaiettebouare, It rs ,
SI K st a w, U rs 9S at
1614 PstBW.l M 73 00
14S0 N st B w. W re SB Go
l4eettoBebtoBst rs w w
ISIS CorroraB st, t rs 44 00
soa N J ave n w, rs 4 oo
S4ll4tbtBW.UrS , 41 7
144 st B w, S rs 44 Gd
lies Vstaw.rrs M oo
Ims) Ttb st B w, s4r aad dw7 SS 00
ISta Tierce Plaest, S rs Ort
SOU 1Mb st B W. i n W
UlSN Yave. 5 w 3S CO
lull SStb st B w. S rs 00
!ai lt st a w, e rs
Tbe above bouses eaa be exaaabwd by per
salt Irom oar oSBee only.
THOMAS J. raHKK ICO.,
FK HKKTTWO BRAND NSW blX
rooa fraaM botwee, Bbra and dry loca
tion; near urens ana sabUa scsixl la
UvdoctoivB. InieJre of A. EkHRSMD. 4) H
St B W
rUlt S.tl.K ..M) KH.NT
TitOMAa 8. WAt.HAMAX, 17 P street.
CeanBM 4e Weaailav and Sasaustaya.
SfeTOKY BRICK ANTI PSAMS H4KW96 FOR
liolFstae.Vs'N. asla to
S4ul3thtB. bb.tn,all tlSJa
UMht it, bn. In aJO
S-Hb Xiv ka,lH JOsJ
47Ltnw,bb sal, M. ifim
MtlSthsfaw, f b. 4 m .
ats and O st Uer, f b.4n .
lanasthst aw.ba7sr ij
CMadStMrarBW,f,4w. . JteW
UWtoUlSSaakstnw.b b.Sraswb.. l.aj
IU loWSPbsrc stBw.bh, Srs um
1UE tneTfa.rrs IJM
StMarUai stne.ba.7H L1M
SIS to 61SMH ave nw.t .. MM
QtBw.ta,ft ra im
lSaVSdstBW.f k.4 m Una
aVtoStl StB,bk,SM 1.WB
TMiitbstae. f k. 4n LOSS
SkUstacf B.4SS IM)
For a teraa of SS yeF, a vaiBable piece of
bni uroperty obIIui at, Bee H ave a w.
k!T S ik - Laawie to
VXlMMstVe JrBrHTY DOat SALS.
B st. hat li asst 4tk sta 1
Mssve.l4B.Is,itUtatB e- IflJ
0 st. bet M aail I b . tt
S w eoaVW B L ats a
Itusuu liaaM Bt
BBWiW MS Svf .
use van w. Ss.
il M are w. f a. 8
lOSttbsto w. 3m- ...
121 kIt tits tt
U3 1 at e. n
Lta,8r 1 m
aaddwlMsBa Its W
8uanddM0al8 W.fas- 15
Uav, auor. aftj mm
koosa4tfttdB4iur .... tfS
Morerocas SU K at a IK
Stabla ar txlsts . W
boii tear tet O-uv 9M
w jMbMaVt. . Pw tBiJ ut caU at (uito(
BSnflBfaaV BVBaat oa saa) nuaraan.
. a. ssuusass.
CUBUalablUl. or OSIUM.
n a kU'JY UUM'R UP laaa kXMt AXX
i '. tea-ae aad Twriwrlsw. SM La. a, vs.. OBtv
T)POTiAIs' FiR A-PHLT PAVBMFr
J and rooiwalksj-oltlceof PnhlleBmll
ftfs and f.ronnds, war nenartment. Wah
rnveTiD v. Slept ;0. IW Issawjil prownsa s,
miT-pTtcate Will re re IvsMat ftlsonW
nntn nrfl ATIRPAT. 8PTBB ?,
IMn, for i ortstrncttns i.I(1Bfar(T, mwaor
less, of ainall pavement, S.tOn inare yariis.
mre or less, of asphalt sraiks. and
for repalrm 1 vie square yard, nt'iro
rr less, of asphalt walk In the pnb'lc
around Attention ) mrlteil to Acts of t Vin
btcs approve l rebmary SS, !". and Penrn
ary , l7. ol a, pace H. and vol 41, pnw
4!4, ftatntes at le Porms and sptjotftca
tlors can be obtained at this offlo? The
VnRed States reserves tnetirttto rct ant
urd til proposals. O. H. KR5ST, Col mel r
B Army se)i.,
t)RoptrAL mn PfRt. -r. . -nT
1 and (veodatm Strrrey Otllee. Wwhtnrton,
eitemnera, taps. mated proposals wi l on
received ettaii B"a nntll So'clockp m of
TRIR9DAY. BiPTBStBBR . 18S. and
opened Immewlately thereafter in the pres
enceof htdders, for fhrnlshlnatwohnndreil
and Ihlrtt (t)ton bent (inatlty white .sh
Fnrnaee Coal, ten (ie tons best qnillty rhtt
Ash oTD Cal. seven (7) cotd best qnallty
Tine woo. sBSred once, and two i eords
best qnalrty bwrly Hickory Wood saw. t onoe
1h rael to be dellverod nhjeet tothcprti
visions of section 871 1 of the Rerlsed Statnfes
of the t'nlted "Hates, and stored In the vanlts
of thlsolTlce. A ward will be made. Item by
Item, to the best bidder for each Item, and
the riant n reserved to reieet any or all bids,
and to waive any defeats Porms for pro
pneals will be fnrnlshed on application tothl
cftle. Envelopes to be lndored "Proponals
for Pnel." and addressed to the superintend
ent of the r.st nnd ffeoletre Bnrvny. wash
lnton. DC. T. C. MBlfnBrTHAL.ierin
rt)H ItHNT IttlDMI.
iroR RENT-LA ROB PRONT ROOM. BBAU
I' tlfnlly fnrnlshed: reasonable rates to
fonr lentletnen or ladies; also snlte of moms,
nnfnmhined, seeond floor: other rooms, Mr
ntshed or nnfnrnlshed: board MB W at aw.
irOR RBNT-S IIANDSOMRI.T FURNISH BO
I' rvoms, d floor: two nnfarnlsfwd oar
lorn: bells, speaklns; tnbes; also two fnr
Dished rooms. Id floor, lie each: .1 sqnaeea
from State, War and Navy Department. MI
P st n w. 1 St
rTOR RBXT-9CITK OP S UNPTJRNISHBD
' rooms; also one lanre room; suitable fnr
two yonn men; references reunited: no
hoBsekeeplBsT IttlPstnw. !
T?OR RENT - 1 PROXT fNPURNIStlBD
J; alcove room. lSBOIlthstnw ISt
70R HBNT-4 BLKOANT ROOM, PUR-
nlshed ami nnfnrnlshed, with and with-
ont board; irentlemen preferred; S4sn Pa
OR llBNT-OtT. 1, TWO LAROR AND
eleeantlr fiirnisbetl rooms, on 1st floor:
near the Portland and Hamilton Donee; ats,
hath ami attendance: referenes; 1M4 Lst.
OR RENTJorsi NPURNISHBDMOOVtS
17 ;th st s e: near ear line l-3t
catlna rooms, stt floor; bath on same:
bay windows: board rear, or will permit
very llaht housekeeplns:; references; to
adult: between car and herdlo lines. UM
t'orcoean st. I-Bt
OltHEKT-NIlKI.Y PPKNtSHBD ROOM8
In private family iMUKstnw, nt
irOR RENT -1715 II ST N W. AN BLKOANT
1. snl e of rooms, with bath, on Sd floor,
opposite Met. Cliib.ati rooms on thelttaaxl
i noors. fie leui si. in-ti
T70R URNT-PUHN1HHKD OR UNPUR-
1. nisneii 3 larae, pieasani roosHi, aoii
SiifiTorg; Avenne cars tss door; near He
ipflrtments; will lie rented en suite or sinarle.
113 Pa ave nw. 17.1t
170R RKNT-DHKiHT. SUSNT RlMIMis.JD
J' floor, alcove beil room; parlor and larae
room coflnectlna" slncle or en suite; also
room on 1st floor; all handsomely furnish!:
private family 10 1 1Mb st n w, TUt
IOR ItXNT-llAMMiOMRLY PUHNI4IIBD
. larae rooms; mirlhirn ami soathernev
Isur, htcbcellltirs; larrn windows: ail nvrnl
cm conveniences; drat rls as table board at
reasonable rales ill I, K st n w. 17
OR RKNT-DININO RtHIM, KITt'llBN
ami rmm reii room; rurnisueii lor u iiise
keeping l I st n w
T'.-'OH RENT-S CHRKRPUU WKLI. PUR
1' nlshetl communlcatlnx front Moms n
1 floor; terms moderate; gentlemen pe
ferreil. lSlsadstBW. ITVIt
OR RBNT-Uanj 1 8T N W-HANIWOMBLY
furnished rooms, single or en suite, with
ltb; prlrate family and moderate terms;
house and location flrst oIam. 17. tt
T?OR RENT-1 OR J PLOOK-2 ROOM4
Jj each floor, ftiralahed for complete
bonsekeeplnir. with a fine piano; would pre
fer to sell furniture: at SOTTtb sL adjotslaa:
Plremeti'a Insurance Compoay. IuqBlre4Sl
1 ave, up stairs 17 It
TOR HENT-lStl II 8T N W-NICKLY PUR
' nlhu.l rvn -lffh ,l,ilw , ami
good board for I or . gentleme a. UM
T70R HKNT-110C STII bT N W-L-tROB,
1' pleasant Malory front room with board;
rt foresees exchaaaed. lSt
OH RKNT-71T 1VTH T N W-BO AND SO
Boor front and book rooms: neiwlv tar-
plshed; also lst floor front parlor UBfarBishsul.
ITKIR JiBNT-iUN.UKNIBHBI) COMMUM
I' catlna; rooms on d floor and saloon par
lor on 1st floor; southern exposure; with or
without board; wtll permit very Ibtat bous
keepltg aOTBstnw IMC
OR RENT-TO lNTBMAN AND WIPB,
without cbildreu. furnished rooms, ett
suite or slnale; referemes exebaaced. SIS B
sta w lfctt
iTOK KKNT-SD OR SO nTORY BACK AND
J; front rooms In a small private family of
adults, with board and tbe comforts of a re
fined borne to an elderly couple or gentle
man WW Mass ave nw lSjst
OR KBNT-1130 KTH T-LAHaR PRORT
rooaa with bar window: Sd floor: &atv
rurnUbed and very desirable; private fnaattr;
gentletneB prefarrnd: referenesia i4.K
OR RBNT-S OR S BEAl'TIPL'L KK);
furnished: Private familr: cner bouse:
open rralea; bay window; south troat; rcfer
eBcee reo,ulrl 1 IsM K st a w ISJt
CODNTItY HK.il, MHT.VTK.
'OKSALhV-AHOlT IT AOKeW ON SD arT
.. .. W .BHI. -( -.." -MW . w. M-r .W.MW
ton and Soldiers' Home Railway, being1 a part
01 tne estate or ine uue 1 wet justice uanae,
bow oalled "df wood." a aood opporluntty
for iaveetors. Pur partleulan. pslae, ate..
iBaslreufCRAPlN BROWN. nl 44 t B w.
MOMJV TU LOAN.
ON8YTOLOANON REAL BaTATK Ott
lr'la .urit at ' n of
mlerast. No delay wfc seeattty ts wood.
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MO-JBY TO LOAN OM OOOO SMCUsUTY.
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TO LOAM ON KKAL BarTATI SBCUttlTY,
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Incorporate by the Learfc lattre tor artuca
trotis! awt easjeftabfa rrpnsjea, nan its rran
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stltntlon, In IBTt, by aa oraawisitir Met; -ia
It HHAND EXTRAORDINARY BRAW
1NOH take place semi annnnllyMtnM and De
cember), and Its BRAND fHNOt.B tJMtBR
DRAWINUB take ptaevj M eeh of tbe other
ten months In the year, and are all drawn in
pn 1.11c at tbe Academy of Maste.Mew Or
"We do hereby esntlfy that werapevvise
the arranewments tor all the Monthly and
"eml A nnnal Drawtmn of the LonMaaa State
Lottery ro. and la person mansiee nasi con
trol the Drawtflff tbemeelrea, and that the
same are condnetesi with honesty, fairness
and In aood faith toward alt partess, sad we
anthoriae the company to use this eertlflcate
with facsimiles of oar ismatBre attaebeil.
In its advertisements."
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We, the andetslaned banks and bwkerj.
will pay alt PrtasM drawn la tbe Louisiana
State Lottertea which may be peeeeatast at
R. M. WALMeXKT. Prest U. Nat, Bank.
P. LANAUX, Prea't State Nat. Bank.
A. IU 1.1) WIN, pres't N. O. Nat. Rak.
CAHL KJI1N, Pres't fulou Nat. Bank.
WILL TAXE PLACE AT THE
ACADEMY OF MUSIC
m Tickets at SMi Hakes, 513;
Quarters S5 Teoihsj l
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