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THE DAILY CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1800.
W& DISMISSED THE GASE. m OFFICER R1I.RT TRIEB ON A GHA1WE OF AMADLTIirf CARTEL .tmtge Miller' Klchtenn InrUcnntlnn. If the Jinn Who AftsMtrtt Mbln- tesli In rml lie Will lie I'nnrShelt, Walter Cutter, th eoltwwl man who ws so bmtMly clubbed by OAtcer Mc intosh on September It, ppeml In tbc Police Cotift this nfterMJon at com plaining wltirtwi aflalrrtt Officer William IUley. whom he charged with an assault. Carter testlftal that UPey held him down over an Iron fence oa E street while j.clntosk tiki the clubbing. He also siild that In front of the station house IUley told Officer Mcintosh to club him some more a he hail not given him enough. Thomas Drayer, who Was with Carter on the night that the assault was al leged to hare been committed, said he did not seethe assault but heard Carter say across the street, "Don't choke me that way. I will report your conduct to the Lieutenant." Light or ten witnesses, nearly all Sixth Precinct officers, testified In be half of the ilefcmlent. Officer Bren nan, Hiley's partner on the Fourth street beat, testified that Illley was with him all that evening, and that street was not on that beat, but n half mile away. At six min utes beforo 12 o'clock they took licit Line car No. 10 and went to the station house. At tho corner or K street and New Jersey avenue they henrd Mcintosh strike some one, and IUley ran tip to blm to see what was the matter, and picked up some books tint Carter had and carried the books Into tbc station. A number of other officers testified that it could not have been possible for Illley to have been on K street where tho assault was first committed. IUley testified that ho went to Carter In front of tho station, but did not strike him. Judge Miller said that ho was satisfied that there was somo officer with Mcin tosh, and that It was peculiar no one knew who ho was. "If I could find out," said tho Judge, "I think tho man would get the benefit of eleven months nnd twenty-nine days In Jail, Any man with brass buttons and n Metropolitan uniform who will so brutally boat a man with n billy In that manner ought to bo dealt with severely, nnd It is a pity that Mcintosh was not arretted beforo he got out of town." Mr. Frank Cluss showed that Carter had been In court n half dor.en times or more charged with assault on his wife and daughter, larceny and other f flenses, but Judeo Miller said that this did not make any difference, for he was entitled to the protection of the law Just the same. Officer Kemnier volunteered the In formation that It was n special officer who was with Mcintosh. Judge Miller dismissed Illley. WHERE HE MADE A MISTAKE. Joseph Jefferson's Story of n olCnoiv All" It hit (lot Tripped Up. JCMph JtjTirton I M CVafNi-v. Among Ilfce's old acquaintances was nlcaderof the orchestra, onoJohnC . Quite a musical genius was C , and a great character. Ho was a perfect know-all, no subject, cither artistic, musical, or scientific, could be broached in his presence on which he did not at once present himself as an authority. If n fast horse was mentioned C had a father or an uncle who owned onu that could distance the animal In question with case. Should any one venture to give an account of a remarkable storm where the hailstones were as large as hens' eges, the old leader was down on him with gooee oggs at once. On a certain Sunday afternoon John Itlce and a party of his friends were tlltlnc on the back porch of his house, listening to some of the marvelous ex periences of C , when the host, getting a little tired of these wonders, exclaimed. "C .you seem to be an authority on most matters; now 1 want your solution of a curious fact that is staring us In the face. Look at that apple tree over the fence," pointing to one in the orchard at tho back of the bouse. "You sec it has mi apples on It and all the rest of the treea are full of fruit now how do you account for thatl" C ran his eye over the orchard with a profound look, and, tUIng from his seat, mounted the fence, let himself down upon the other side with as scientific an air as the per formance would admit of, and, going down upon his knees, began to ex amine the roots of the barren tree. The company all this time were watch log the proceeding with Womtag gravity. C , having eut off a plec of the bark from the tree, wiped hi eye glasses and examined the specimen with peat care. At last he smiled with n placid kind of triumph and exelaloed Ah' I thought so." Again climbing the fence be returned to the group, wu had been watching bias, and said "New observe. You see that gray color rn the edge of the bark?" ThaydU. Well, that U called fuul Nuxtea, and whenever that deadly sign appear a tie root of an apple tr It sevw bean fruit " ' I don't thiak you are quite rhrkt abr ut it," said Rtca, "for that trae was i fall of apples yesterday, but the owaer came thu iuoraiag sad ssUmnnmI Hunt." There was a afcbut of Uugktoc aaJ. C was dumfouatkrj. It was a. csrcaJful blow and it hd Use effect of r mailing the acfeatiftc dtaoaanm of t fur THE IW6UN ARMY. 1ei Frequently liettMited. Hat Never Knitted 1M SfUesuUU DUalpUtta. It is a curious fact Ut nosMsafttoB wttk ifce Kussiaa Amy that witik it has rften met defeat, it was aevar soused; though bealea ad driven frosti lit t'tTJ it sever becasae a panic airickaa xcob This cost it ace natter lieJtat, according to Uu Ctariaaasi Vomuureitl Ujztite. wag iiiw to kg spktHd dWcip llce and rigid obedkace to octlate, wLkh were parasaouat to ail otbar cob-uderatioas- A Kuaalaa loses w war ing to the attack of a portion tiaat was impregnable- A superior otttcsr wired the totiuttABclfx wacM he watgolag. To attack the poaitto is front," he sEbwend. "But it is folly iadai " I know u. but I have y ocOera.'' 'Ob .uuve orders, saove oa Ibaa," the i ifii tr cooly said- Tins lucid tahas a good deal of what has always bea regarded as ex ai!.ratiou out of the story that is wld f . Kuuiaa amy smgeoa oa bis pco nscKual routul. On eatartag a ward tu L iKcr in. charge gives the com. u lJ, ' Attaatiofi!" whea each imitate 1.1 . Lie takes the uoaiUoa of a soldier. j Ldfsoui'" is the at order, fol 1 i 1 by the UuttoAt projectioa of that .la, u lii 1'Uc surgeoa. accouipauUd i, ,u tUraiLutt. thau piuceetLt lvuti 1... - t.viuuiiuiig i.i.b tuojcue iuiJ v .. ilt- ik'Ls ikal'J llLU.liui.ut WucU -. 1.-.UOU U JkLl tti.i lilv. iUL'ilLul officer takes his departure the command "Tongues in!" releases the line from Its nnplewnnt and Itidfctonw positron, and In pis, rest," allows the men to re sume their cots. Ami yet military writers admit that the soldier who thinks always gets away with the human machine In battle. SUSPENDED BY THE PRESBYTERY Morally Dishonest ami Obtained (Weils Under rnlse Pretenses. Pittsbtjso, Pa., Sept. 10. TheHev. It. B. Porter, the pastor of the Cross ltoads Presbyterian Uhnrch, near Alle gheny, has been suspended for not less than two years by the Allegheny Pres bytery, for knowingly violating the laws of veracity ami moral honesty nnd for obtaining goods under false pre tenses. 1 1 was discovered that some months ago he wrote a plaintive letter to a Brook lyn Church soliciting a missionary box. He received a generous response. Shortly after he wrote to another Brook lyn Church, but this church was more wary than tho first and made inquiry of the Allegheny Presbyterys Tnts led to his exposure, and suspension from the pulpit followed. Not Responsible fnr Her Actions. Mrs. Mary O'Brlan was before Judge Miller this morning, chanted with cre ating a disturbance on II Street, be tween First nnd North Capitol streets. The officer who arrested her did not see the disturbance, but two witnesses named Myers and llnyes testified that the woman had 300 people gathered about her and was making lots of noise. Judge Sillier came to the conclusion that tho woman was not responsible nnd allowed her to go home. ELECTRIC THIEVES FRUSTRATED IN A DARIN0 SCHEME TO SWINDLE THE BOOKMAKERS. An Ingenious riot Tlint Unmo to nn Untimely llnil Tho rnttlen Ar- reateit A Woman In tho tlnnR, An Ingenious scheme to rob the book makers nt the pool-rooms was nipped in tho bud yesterday by the nrrost of Vm. Johnson, Frank Edmunds, Wra. J. AV'ado and 3Irs. JInry Kayson, A short tlmo ngo tho manager of the Western Union Company in this city received ndvico to look out for a gang of clever "wire-tappers," as It was un derstood thnt they had located cither In llaltlmoro or Washington. An addi tional pntiolman was employed and in struccd to watch tho linos carefully for any loop that mlcht be made. The patrolman, Mr. Newman, dis covered on Wednesday afternoon that n wlro had been attached to the one used for the transfer of messages to the nool-rooms at Seventh street and the Bounds ry. This wire was run Into a second story room at 1111 Seventh street northwest. Sir Newman Imme diately reported his discovery at the Western Union olllce, and vesterday afternoon Detective Had and Officers Ihmford, Trnmwell and Lydd raided the place and arrested the quartette. In the apartment occupleti by the wire tappers five telegraph instruments and over fifty battery Jars were found. The plan of the gang was to Intercept mes sages passing over the w Ires and then send messengers to tho poolroom to place monev on tho winning horses. The same scheme has been successfully worked before and the bookmakers de frauded out of considerable money. Yesterday morning the pool-room men were satisfied that the wires were being tampered with, nnd reported the fact to tho telegraph olllce. Detective ltsff, who worked tho case up, ascer tained that Johnson was an expert electrician, and that he was to receive $135 and expenses for looping the line and fitting up the apparatus in the otHce. Ills work had hardly been com pleted, otherwise the boundary pool sellers might have lost some of the money that they have accumulated within the last year or two. This mornlne at 10:30 o'clock the four wlro tappers, who had been allowed to go on their own recognizance, appeared at Police Headquarters and had a con sul HI Ion with their attorney, C. Maurice Smith. There being no law In the District covering the offense committed, they were charged with being idle and sus picious characters. Later they appeared before Judge Miller and pleaded guilty, and their personal bond was taken with the understanding that they leave the city within the next twenty-four hours. The Judge gave them to understand that a violation of the bond meant ninety days In the workhouse, and they all agreed to leave the city at once. An order was also Issued returning to iLem the telegraph instruments and other property recovered by the officers when the arrest was made yesterday afternoon. Johnson, Edmunds and Wade were rearrested tUU afternoon oa a charge of conspiracy with latest to defraud just as they were preparing to take the train for New York. The woiuaa was allowed to leave the city. Worked a OrlppleU Mule, George Philips, a well knows eotored mas, was is the Poitee Court to-day charged by Hiuaaae Oeaeer Key with worklag a crippled laula. lie xqk that the aaisaal was oaly 12 or 13 years old, but the oHUuat declared that the Hide was over 30 years of age. Judge Milter lw posed a lac ot fin, but au seatesvee. with Ike utnleralaaJ that the mule was sot to he used h title U a crippled eoatltttoa. Th Law Miut Ka Ofetj'atJ. Officer Actoa U after the hacksaea a the Bullimore and Potomac depot for decbaiag to convey paiieagera at the lee si rate. They have a cosabiaaitoa to charge a dollar, sad will aot carry peo ple for a leas aiaouat. To day Wllllasa Koirie. Thoatas O'Doaaell aad Alfred Xunay were each aaed $3 for raf uauw to cany OsHcer draff's wile aad child for lew thai $ 1. -- ii JIHe lime Srtle. Chark M. Cruasp, auttttor of the Hichtuoad aad Daavtib Bailwad Coai paay. has resigaed his poatttoa, after a rattnaff service of iweaty iht yaaes, to tat sr iaso hstalaaM hi IsKhsaoaii. Hie KasjKga&Jios wlU taha affiw t October l. Th trial oi Atsojtaay Ohaita Thoaw soa was saatsMtea la the PoMca Cowt thai altwtaooa. aad mHmmy a)pV yotlaiaaMrr mm aad wuportatsiadeai IkU. The Haw York CkAUug suite. Sit sWseata (tid BOrtbasat, wtU ouea its doocs U tU public to-muKu wilh a eouipiete ktcw A tii aobbv doUiuuj a has ever Uses kftovsto the puhtL' of waahuwtou. As they are the niauuim-tuitr. ut all tbrir wu i utluug uu can kitK 30 per mUl ! vtsit u. U upcuiu uiJ Uujuig III iiil wiuter iliUu uin Jt uli n j mi J bcu t;ouUsgoil ate u.l Ii ulJ eLif.-Lorv U.uLC Vklll In icluiL.J Ki.tU(UibLr IU L.iUi' v.i j 1 fctVcl .U c l(.Lt LWiUiLOf BOTH CONFIDENT. MASTER PAINTERS AND STRIKINfl WORKMEN SURE OF SUOmS. So Cltnnee In the Sltnutlon The Strikers Will Hold n Meeting: T Night tfctptnrlnit Im- portett Men. The meeting of District Assembly. Ne. W, at which jome acttou assistlnii; the striking house painters was expected L l. 1.1... .m t..t.1 I.Ajt .UL, U.I id on iRRcn, itro lieiti irbl uink, uuv Immediately atljourncd without trans- j acting asy business, In order to attend the worklngmen's mass meeting at the Grand Army Hall. The mass-meeting's indorsement of the striking painters was very pleasing to them, ami was a source of congratulation at their headquarters this mornlne. The situation to day was unclnnred, the strikers being still confident of suc cess and the master painters determined not togive In. Secretary Walport of the Painter's Assembly said this mornlne that no definite action will be taken until the meeting of the Assembly which takes place to night. "We will enter upon a decided course of action ami produce some change In the situation," he said. "We are very well pleased with the way matters are going, In fact more so than wo expected to be. We are awAte of every move that tho Master Painters' Association are mnklng and know that they have formed a trust. We know all the men they are bring ing from other cities nnd are receiving reports constantly from tho capturing committee of an imported man caught here and there. I will say for these new men that every one who has had the situation presented squnroly to him drops his tools and reports at once to The Master Painters' Association have established an employment bureau for painters at the ofllce of George W. Monncl Si Co., o82 Twelfth street. Mr. Newton, a member of the execu tive committee of tho M. P. A., was at the bureau this morning nnd oxpressed his confidence in tho success of the employers. He sold that nearly all the bosses had secured men, and applica tions wcro being continually received. "Thcro is no bitter feeling," ho said, "between the master painters nnd the strikers. All wo complain of Is that they did not qlvc us sufficient warning beforo striking. Tho Master Painters' Association will probably not take any action further than thoy have, until thulr meeting next Monday night, and I do not know that anything will be done then. Anyway, there Is no lack of men and the boss painters arc satisfied. " WHO BROUGHT IT? A REPORTER'S ASSIGNMENT AND ITS STRANOE, WEIRD FULFILLMENT. Sent on n Mlinlon ami Killed In nn Ac cidentIll i. Copy l'urnlalieil, Willi it Full Account or It. rtw Mi .Vipo "er Trlimn, "Mr. Wilson, how soon can you get ready to start for II , Illinois I" "In an hour, sir." This conversation took place In tho office of tho New York Ukrontek one morning asthemon on tho staff came to receive their assignments. If the city editor had asked Wilson how soon he could get ready to start for Alaska he would have received precisely the same reply. Kdward Wilson hurried off to his rooms, and, hastily packing a few necessaries In a valise, reported back at the office in exactly an hour. "He was a paragon of n reporter," you will say, "this Wilson." Hut he was merely an ordinary city stall re porter, who, like thousands of others on the big dallies of America, stand ready at an hour's notice to start for any part of the world. "This Illinois story will bring two columns, even if I'm recalled immedi ately," he mused as he rattled up to the Grand Central Station in a hansom; "two columns will bring my bank ac count up to $100, and $100 will bring the wife and little one to New York. Wilson thought with delight how happy they would be In his comfortable little Lexington avenue llat. It was a pleas ant little day-dream. In fifteen minutes the 11 u Halo express, hearing the newspaper man to his des tination, rushed snortlne oil of the Har lem tunnel, like another earth-bound Tbor rejoicing at his freedom. Past the end of Manhattan Island, past Illver dale, Yonkers and all the lovely north ern suburbs of thetlty, along the roUiHf Hudson, past the muddy Mohawk, then as night fell, screaming past the little hamlets site pi bk under the bills of Cea ttal New "iork, and on, on, on, to the great lakes. There was nothing la the car to ia terest Wilson, aad as the sua sunk be hind the rlpealas! wheat hills he dozed fitfulllv and waking, would sleep again, waking and sleeping by fitful Oarts aad wondering what ii was that kept hlui la vague but all the wore fearful ter ror. Fiaally he slept, aad it was while he dreaated that a terrible acctdeai hap pened. The treatle bridge over a swolka creek, weakeaed by the rush of waters, had givea way uader the ad vaaciac irata aad wO people were hurled ialo the ereek. Three or four mxu hurriedly oaish lsur late "copy." A doling office boy wiag eveiy few auautee to glaace at the ck i k aad loag for 3 o'clock aad f leedoat. The aigat desk littered with proof slips aad "held over copy," ao souad but the operator tfckiag "good aighl" to his far off brothers aad aa offaatoBsl shout of "Copy!" irata the deek. A tall fgure la a eaped overcoat aad travelta cap eaters Use looas, aad, silaatly walhiax up to the nktfct tleek, lays sosae "copy before tie editor. The bmib la the office, heading oear taeir work, da aot see alia pass, hut the oatce boy, hruahiaa hie hat. yawas. ' Good taoraiag, Mr. WUaoa," hut the form goes straight oa. "Can't use this. Mr. WUaoa," say the editor, leohiag at the dock. "Why, it's 1.3s); the paper's goiag topfeat. Whatisteaayayr" "Yea. by Geff w wiU raa It," he cfTSrttBiwffl asxftteffsy. "Jim, atop tlsv ifaaa to tlBt osafaaDjr; nava yew aa accikat oa th Jias York aad iWsTnl' yatr" "Ko, itr." "Host iU you gat it, WUaoaJ" Hut tae local aaff ntML My God! Uatoa to ttta." say the sub-eattor. The spciskai auiathave occuned at i 30 exactly. Aawag the tkaff vw dwar4 Wilaoa, reporter oa the Hew Yurk Morning ChruiiUk. What wa b, than, that brought lUls up)' in' ' 1 .loo't know," replied the editor in a luaLnl tuicr Scud tbc story up )L.-' - it 1 - ll lu.Ua LVtLliytVSO i j i. L- RICHARD STAHL. Somethine Almt te OhWi8er at The Sen Klnc " Mr. Richard Ptahl, the coWf of "The Sea King" ami "9M Pwba." whs bwra In Elbing. Great Prm, Oc tober 19, WO. He Is the son of a Ger man father and a French mother, sod the natural characteristics of each ate reflected in his composftfoue the taste, vivacity and love of melodic rythm of the French being wedded to the German love of harmony. Mr. Stahl completed hismnsteal education in Berlin under Theodore Jtnlpah ami became musical conductor of the opera at Dancig, Prus sia. In 1880 he came to America and went to Ilaltlmoreas music teacher, and Samuel Ilosenthal of that city took an Interest In the new musical genius an 1 Introduced him topromlnent musicians ami managers. The rpsult was an en gagement as musical director with Mr. E. K. Itlce. Then be held the same position with the Wllber Opera Com pany for thtee years, two years with the Thalia Theatre, New York, and then went to San Francisco where he pro duced his first opera of "Said Pasha," which proved a great success. Previous to this he com posed three operas, "For Kent by a Servant," "A Pslcm Witch" and "Lee-Li Lan; or, llevcls at Merry Mount." Then came his latest and greatest success, "The Fen Klne." The musicians respect Mr. Rtahl as a thorough mueiclan, ami speak of his talents In the highest tcims. He Is a fine scholar as well as musician, and Is his own librettist. He Is energetic and even enthusiastic In manner, and makes friends wherever he goes. He is what might be termed handromc, frank nnd open as the broad daylight in hlsdcallngs with his fellow men, and though the composer of one of the gieatest operas ever produced, he has not got a bit of the "big" head, hut keeps right on working hard, saw ing wood and wearing the samo sir.ed hot he wore when his ambitious dreams were still In the bud. Mr. Stahl Is married, having won the heart of n wealthy and beautiful society belle of Philadelphia, whose tastes and ambi tions arc In perfect harmony with those of the hrllllnnt young composer. This is one of the few cities In which Mr. Stahl conducts, and this fact will add Interest to the "Sea King's" engage ment here. To ltenellt the University, A fair for the benefit of tho Virginia Avenue Colored Ilnptlst Church, llov. Dr. It. S. Laws, pastor, will be hold from Monday next, Soptcmber 22, to October 31. Dr. Laws.who is president of the Colored Nntlonal University, saw Commissioner Douglass to day and was promised such furniture for the university as Is not required by the public schools. An Inaane Anyliini un lire. Austin, Tex., Sept. 10. The greater I nrt of the Insane asylum here wasde stroycil by fire last night. Thirty female patients, who were asleep In thu part burned, were rescued with great dliHciilty. Wathlncton Block Kxchanpje. Sales Iteeutar Call 12 o'clock m. 1). C. 3.06, $100 a m ColmiiMa It. K.. t a 7.1. Lincoln Fire Ins., !UO a M; 100 a SI. ICO a SI. Columbia Title tin, IW a f!J. V. X. Kl trie Light, S a 17.'. Wain. Loan ami Trust Co, 80 a II. .Miscellaneous llomls U. 8. Electric Lights 1st, it's, 100; U. 8. Electric Uuht M, o't, 106; W. A U- K. K. 10-10 u's. K'Wt-'SS, 10th W. A O. Convertible, 0's, ; iUKHilc Hall Ass'n, S's, O 1MM, 107; Wub. Market Co., lit Mart., O't, 100. Warn. Market Co., Imp., fi'e, 110: lnl'd A Bealosrd Co., fl's, C 1M7, : Warn. I.t. Infantry, 1st, u's, ltKH, : Waib. Lt. In fantry, lW, 7', 11)04, i; Wash, (las L!Lt Co., ficr. A, u's, 1!0; Waih. Uas Light Co., Bex. Ii, u's, 117; Hygienic Ice Company, 1st ML, C, ; American Security and Truit. 101. National Dank Btocks Bank ot With cgton, -ISO; Sank ot KenuUlc, 270; Metro politan, SCO; Central, S7S; Second, 200, Farmers and Mechanics', 1S5; Cltlzena', loO; ColumMa. 170; Capital, 111): West End, 90; Traders', 135J; Lincoln, 113. Kill road Btocks Washington and Oeorgetown, ; Metropolitan, 160; Co lumUa, 71; Capitol and North O Street, 62; Ecklngton and Boldler'a llome, tH, (j'eorgetown and Tennallytown, 53; Bright wood, . iMurance Stocks 'Firemen's. 41: Frank lin, 4a; Metropolitan, 75; National Union, SO; Arlington, 173; Corcoran, (15; Colum bia, 10! ; German-American. 170. Potomac, fcO; Klgg. 8; People's 51; Lincoln. 51. Title Insurance Stoeks Itenl Estate Title, 135; ColumWaTltle, 6; WajblBgton Title, . Uas and Electric Lleht Stocks Washing ton lias, 47: Georgetown Uas, ii; U. B. Electric Light, 170. Telephone Stocks Pennsylvania, 35; Chesapeake and Potomac, 71; American Qrapbopboae, lis. Miscellaneous Stocks. Washington Mar ket Co., Ill; Washington Brick Machine Co., 305; tireat FalU Ice Co., J6, Bull Kun PaBoreraa Co., j National Safe De posit, 290, Washington Safe l)epo.lt, 185 WatblBeton Loan aad Trust Co., 4 j; Na ttosal Typoerapbie, IB, Mergesthaler, 7); PBeumatte Gun Carriaee, i; American Security and TruK Co., &!j; Uaeola Uall, ; Hygienic Ice Co., ; Inter-Oeeai Bulldiue Co.. . fllatttricd nub Died. XlUurieb. HIGtiLIK-HOPKIKS. -0 WeOJWMil?. Mldesater K. Into, by tke llv- 6 W. Hohbj. at Halttaaor. Mat , 6ku W- BliMt at WaklsKtoa. D. C, aal Maty U. Oaklmt ul lUItuaure, Md. Xu cards. Bit b. inrAMP limiilMlr on Thusdiur. ton lMk, KUxabetb X.. wile ot H. Pat'asap. bt tfaa SWk year uf ber ace. taUBUk. at tTlH lBtusvct at GWawooJ CsaeteeroJiM aroay. isa : HMh. at 1 J0 o'etutk. KtL-tJkU.HBliiGKK. - On Friday aaasmias. KbivabM 1. law. at WM. BiTt'anie Bll. befawad wife ot Duici & Iduludtacwr, asd lh IHH &Hd A d.Ftf. tAU: ut funl la ltdF' Star-BtM-lml!. Frederick, aid Bautiau Bert Hy dar wile is sleening m Ire iro Ji o. wau put aot, sweet KlHi, M pCer tl s4w stwvtwre no muudlT. O. bt imnAavi uu. Bcr uM rlaf are e'er, her troubles tr gote. O. think, how ahe aaJcreil w atMh with otu la tae Umik nlbluur w MitUed her ui TU1 Uod to bis aeccy tt down troaa 4bod m vwu tM WBNMsa a bmh.s w ws. lUKKKKKLiyr -Ob TtuuaAlLW. ""-' Uuml M,vitiZt WTUia lbMBfrMt. bawl riioeral item uu raaliteaice itauwday ui teisuuB to PEoaoeut Mtu Cesaetery. UVUl-vi FraiikXort -Utcaal. Hula dtlphla, oaSeBUaabar U. Ma). CotoaVt T (i Baylor. OrdaaBce IteiMtftsaeat. V- 8- Arnur taterssMt at touittm cjanileiT Friday besi fiber it, ascot 1 p. at. t'AaSY -Ua Sttteab W. UK. at Hi'. d. b.. at br hue txiBaace. Mo Itf C tet Matfiaaat. strr the bebwe wale ot m lusU.StfBr , U fh aTsTVrtala ofOa tajaUly are ruepeeUully hmvlted. iu t . Coutoi-' 4fBBBa saw fBaj . BCKUaV-Sa Wodaaaitaa. Haateabar i; cedeoce. So- bird -u.i siiBiaaasr, awar utm C .VcUta. sand x yeari. : wibjwb. me w iui Ucofaaam! T Luikatt. aj(ed ! " !1 uiuaibt aS'i : Uya. MlKKAV - t HruUoii 4 iUUitt 1Ui Murf li Jlikcw tidc-i ilixUi. ' ' tbeUleitr. Lu U Ktau ,l I j ui ' LttUciib ft btIuiiJ i'Ltirla' ' HlIL. u , i aj - t. 1 srncMt. woticct. gpTB SATDRlUT SsTWtoH. OfWrt,'M. XV. H.tf. CWtTS A CtTBO taBWl A tlltR. ABVMtTJMwi ktm immnxm,. CtJtCtJtA'fWS fff Bit sX WTtUAJt it.rom ...-w-treinTirtR i,it . .. m- .rw IAL JWtKJll. ottht. or fvrtmjn1iirt tit PT'.'' ! HrtBI. ninn Brit.eifm, Wm-t.Tei, T). V , Swptewlwr 1. lW TlelieM nt sdahnlon to the pnWhi ch ! rany he bad at the iwatest sewW tmiM.n by arpIylBjr for them on FRIDir or sati R DAT. Ilrelirn orSWH ISSTAST.hetweeti II e hf nr of S:M awl ! a ., or between thelonrof l ends p. m. .... rmH whoe nanes on the rolls at the eloernt year do not iweil tickets. The hmUI repert on Monday mornlne at the hool to vehtch lhr helorred la year. Tleliet wholars shonld not report nntlt 7ndaymornln. TheanoTedheethm applvto the whooH of ser.tta, JllllMale. Monat rieaant. Stntt Jrhtol. and the Monroe JV-hool of the rotinly. rnplls 1elrlnir to attend other Crniity eliools will not report antll Monday morntnr Xote -The ofllce of the ftipervMn Prtn c lyal of the Flrt IMvHlon ha been restored Irrm the tranklln .chool to theJJennlwa 9ehm I, on S street, between Thirteenth and rorleethlreetnotthwwt, Pupll formerly attending the Thomon School will report at the Franklin Vhool. W. 11. PDWF.1,1, e!?.1t !nperlntewdent. HOC11DA1.K COOPBRATIVB Wl elelT. Member of thl noeletv In tw elon of the trade card to APMI., 1891. and Intere-ted In the matter of ooal and wood thonld rail on the underpinned before WTi) ItF.H 7 for Information, etc : A. T. Lnnirly, wrt Artne. Aer'l Bept : Smith Thompson, isa Fsttiw, It. and r. Blr W ar Iept : I. Van dcthoef.Ml French st, fin- Stat : B O. Faw rett. BWI Mai ave n e. Fonrth And. off ; J. K. MrCat. a I st n o. I' O Dept ; II. W. smith. 716 lists-, (). M. O.'s off.: L. P. llnnt. 1.110 H st n w. Sixth And. off ; L. K. (irldley, TOO I. t n w, lleit's off , Trens,; John Morrison. ti.Mttn w, rcnln off: Dr. .loph Jony. SSIR Pa. are n w, Sttrf . Oen.'s off ; Edward Mxton. SSS II t n e. Oov. Pm' off.; .1 W. Harsha. PW II St n w. Cash Iloom, Treas. Ily order of the commute. J. W. HAIiSllA.sec rctaty. !r,lm t35T"TKMroriAtlT OFFICE OF TOE ' WA8UINQTON W1AN AND THlfST COMI'ANT. 1001 F street n.w. CAPITAL 11.000,000. This company Isenes certlBcates of deposit hearing Interest as follows: Oa all amounts tlrpoflted Itr ninety days or more, butleM than clx months. 3 per cent, per annum; 3 per cent, on deposits for more than six months, but less than a yearandt percent, on deposits of one year or lonaer. pecurcii inTeinienis lor miv. Money loaned . W. 11. IIOIIIPON, See. B. II. WAltNKIU'res. DfitEcrroim: John T. Arms, (leorite F. Schafer, Charles ii. ltnlley, John A. Hamilton, James I,. Parbour, Thomas Somervllle. Oeorae B. llarlol. John A. Swote, Horace . Cummlnirs, J. 8. swormstedt, J. J. ParllBirton, Itattersley W. Talbott, John Joy Edeon, Oeorite TrueIell, Charles j. Faulkner, 11. II. Warner, Albert F. Fox, A. A. Wilson, O. V. Green, L. I. Wine, Wllllsra II. Onrley, 8. W. Wooilwant, John ll. Lamer, Chas. UenJ. Wilkinson, A. S. Worthlwrton. Cjr-EUItBKA UBrtLATORY Will remove objectlonshlehalr from the face and arms In ten minute without Injury to the most delloate skin. WAKRANTBD. 1'KICK.SI. ?ent anywhere on receipt of price. Send alaap for etrotitar. NBW YOKK TOILBT CO., Dark Hnlldlntr. Pa. ave. andltth st., Wasblnatou. P. C. KTBT-FliKT MEIJBVBI). DH.WIHTB, UlIHOroDIST, 141 renna. ave,,oppoUe Wltlanl's Hotel. Tliousands from far and near visit Dr. Whlte'i cstabllaliment for relief from and avoManee of corns, IhibIobs, dleaeI nail and all other foot tnmble. Ilours.sa.sa. to p.m. tnndays. 9 loll. Office fee, SI per visit for r.iiltlnK the feet In good order, established, IMl. KCyWAHIllNOTON 8AFK BBPOSIT CO.. a37 sin ami g (a reansylranla avenue. WOltAOE PBl'AHTMKNT. Hooma Dre and barglar proof, aad all above ground, particularly adapted for the storage of furniture. leeturee. &. at-lm isr CIIAltTEHKD BY CONGHE9S 1118. FltAKKLlIU INSUIIAXCB CO. OF WASHINGTON, D.C. CAPITAL AND StJRPLDS, tSS.(00. Has never contested a low by Are. but always makes prompt and liberal ad)utpinU. l)r Daslel ll. Cfarke. prea't: Oeorae B. Leaaoo, Tlce-prea't- caarleeS. Bradley, trees.: I. Fen wick Yoasg, sec'y: Will P. Boteler, ass't aec'y. lug.Saa KpT-WUY NOT HAVB YOUR SniRTS aEr made br one of the moat eelebrated eotters In Amerloat Frteae same as tboso third-rate oatters charge. P. T. UALL. 908 F itnv, J-J. WILLIAM LBB MBceessor to Ilearr Lee's Sou). VNDEHTAKEK. 3K PA. AVE. N. W., Soth Hde. Braach Oake. 48 Marvtaad if, s. w. tStr-LAOIBM LADIB8! LADIKSt KX Un. MeCafferty le the ealy bat aad bsBset-f r&tae MBafaMarer la tae ey. Oall aad tee sr sew ebapee. BteaeMag aad Breeetsg. Straw aad felt bats altered to tbe latest style. Orders IprsauXlr attended to. tecs sure n.w. WiNTBII-UKlP. MNTHI-GOOD WOMAN FOR t.EN era I Lou ewors; umsi be a guud .o.k and Uasdrtsf; seat aad trustworthy. aul faall; bt referaai-eertfuulred, auut tv at Bight, fall at 1115 1 9U t u w. i.si irAXTBD-A WOMAN TO COOK. WASH II aad iruBiB'ttaell fmailf; tout ovs- atealy recLinjueiuled, Call afer 3 4 m ai sas ywBcbatB w is.it Ar J ANTED-A OIBL TO DO UBKHKAL bbiuework. i 1b fauailr: rafereacee. Call at ma L at. 19U A rATKD-AblHLTO DO WK'SI fOBK for aaaull familv: muat ba a auud cswk aad stay at uicbt. Apply ith ratatwauasit ttH aid at a w ttit w iNTBD-A BOY lult KR'BWOBK aad cnuJi AbkIt at 12SS O at u w with rrf erem li St w rASTBD-AN AILOSIPLWUBU WA1T- I rtuw. colonid alrl i'ull but aad lam. land i. ban ITU liaht a w l.jt AA raKitu-ttukKiKo BOCaXKBBFBB, lilt i an ui lonuin iiuc AY JAKTBD-A lOLOBfDi:iKL FOKuBM I aral housework; stay uiht;bruis refer tart 510 lSib U b w rM. W f AKTBD-A UBBJtAK OlBL VOH LIGHT Bvuawork;iefi:raaLerciaiie4. Aotly atJJT Jljb t n w JS VrANTBi)-A SEAT i OUlBBD BOY TU wait uTaerUdu tiauly. CalltMCn w bt7 aadfcu m. IS. 'WfAKTBD-TWO COFFBtt PLiTB BS- I gratere. uiie eipert is Wutnng aad atlspie ur aaad tlutusg as bowu oa t'wut M Oaudclk- Surey tharu: salary Sl.SW rtr aaaaas: and una wUb a jrkuco; aalaty MM peraanuni vlso eapirt aa gravera of tup.svatby and Usuw or awbl ttntunt. to Luuravt fur vurk to be doaa at thatr boaul. Furthir UUvrabatua will be fuxslaJwd oa spplicaiuw T. c. IsBSlDEK HALL. utn.rliUBd;ut V a. Co Mj ueo Jctlc 8mAe. twirudto AY ATB1 HJALB WOMAN BJMtJJSJI I aral hiuuasaik la aaaalUkuilf : Bobunsa ulgsts, reiereace rL-unlred Call IW c t BW. Ul.lt -V4ftTBfr-A (OLOatSU VOK4N TO cikjiiiu toaw rtcoauBjadad. m f stay. n tt FAJKTBB-A WMTiUIUBll'W 1 1 plain liuukiug dsd suaaral huaaaarurlt; i arayrat aigat JBpiy mw a i. fAKTBD-AN SM-K1BCBB COl; . ulao tg wash and irun In private family. iTSJU, Wttb ryrcceq.es. 1WB Ktii ib JJ TrATEP- WUlTBt.IiL As CiJlK. Moat 11 bae reicrecif "lr'K -r p w 1. I' Air iMlli- A i.BililAX i.U ST lilU'. Tl '.' ...I tUi Alii "' C IS r iUl' A HUE TO D WANTBI) 1! RI.P. AY T ANT1D- A WOMAN TO COOK AND DO I gerersl hwrsework: light wot. Aopty to sto ra are n nt. AJ1TM-A tmiTB OtHLTO DO OBW- eral honsttrorll. Apply at 1 B t nit. ASTBD-WOHIAN TO CW. TPA'Sit and Iron: must stst at ntght and bring reierences a sit it si n e. . -.". ------ -- - - ,M tt -rANTBO-A OTItL honeort: mnst mended 1114 O St n FOR nRN?tT, come well recom- K.St AY ANTBD-A BDT TO MAKB nistSBtF generally nsafnl In tlla store: irmst have recommendation. iflNi ISth st n w. 17 it AV rANTT-A BPBCTAIH, WHtTB l .i.i ii i a t ha akl In aa4at fat. l lin IUT nnirci insaps, w san- "yj hi -sj i errn. e and be willing to teare city. Call at S A st s e. iTSt rANT8D-OOODCOOK IN SMALL FAM Ily; rr nrt stay at ntght and hare refer - races, ifi iMh tt w. 1' it A rAKTKD-A WHITE OIRLTO'DOOSsj. erai nr.nswora. bii hi inwi i n w. AV rANTBH-A NBAT rjRt. T'l DO cMId In a family of n. 'tn w nnnvrwnrK bhq bwii in ibkidk " Mrs. call, M1 nth JL? AVANTIll) SITCATlO.SS. AY r A NTBP- BT R EITBCT BI.B mWK RD rl a Place In a prlrate famllrtornok. wash. Iron and do aeneral bonework or i hsmbermaM and waitress. Call 1W Madi son t. bet Rth and 7th n w 19 St ANTBD-fOMTIOX AS ASSISTANT t noniiiterr or as clerk in law or real es tate ome; rtest of reference. Address J. S. B., BelredereIloleL lt rANTBD-IIY AYOHtSOCOUlRBD MAN, aplacetodrlreand a porter Inagro eery store; will make himself generally nse ml; good references, call aoil L st n w. irit rANTED-DY RBPrBtTABLRCOLORKD woman, a sifnatlon as chambermaid or rook In small family; to slay at night i call or address sw F t s w. l,it WANTKD-SITUATIONAS FIRKMAN AT steam boiler: ran give good references. ( all 91 Fenton st n e IMt rANTKI)-HY I.ADY OF BXPHHtRNCS, a position as nsefnl companion. hone keeper or governeaa to yonng ohlldren; no oblectlon to country. Addre MlssJ.,Blk rldee. Ituwanl Connty Md. 1 It WANTKD-nY RBBPBCTADLB COLOMBO girl, a situation as cook, chamber mild, dining room girl or narse. Call or add rets ls.lt.Mhst n w. 1 s .It rANTBD-8ITUATION AS I'OIITKR IN store, take care f horses or coachman for private family Address SI Va ave n w. "lrANTBD-riY A NBAT, FIIIST-CLA'S'S woman cook, cotoreil, a place as sm-h: good reference, soil L st n w. is.it WANTED-IIY 2 ItBSr-KCTAIIf.K WHITE girls, sltnatlons; I as chamliermald, the other as waitress In a private family, with reference. Call or addrc ISM 11th it n w. ArANTED-llY OOOD TOUNO WII1TR girl, a situation as housemaid; good rer crences Call ISOT lStn st n w ls.1t -A7ANTKD-PLACK AS rllAMUEHMAID In a first class family; not as waitress; refertnee from last place. Address 1U19 K st n w. ts,lt UANTF.n-IlY A COLORED WOMAN, a l place as chambermalil. cook or nurse; good rlty references. Apply 1117 mil st n w. ED-llY A WHITE WOMAN. A situation as mioit plain cook In a small aristocratic family: no washing and Ironing; with city references. Call nt II 10 SSdst n w. WANTKD-DY KBSrECTAIILB WHITE girl, a situation In a small family. Apply atffMi.Hf KJt U ANTRP-HY HESFBCTAIILK )L'1RED girl a plaie as chambo- mal.l or waitress In a small fara'ly; good referenoos Applr at ls-jssth t I. w 17 -It r.NTED-BY A SETTLED WOMAN, A ll "I uallim to do light housework la small famllT; r... looking: good home malnobleit. Iiuiuiif 1S4S I t n w. ITjU -lr ANTED-BY A RXSPXCTAIILR Will' ) girl, ii place as chambermaid; wll.l asil obliging. Call at 18 7 11 st n w. 17 ITK ing It WANTKH ailNCKI.r.ANISOUS. A FBW DBBIHABLK HOOM8, WITH steam power, good elevator service and flrat olasa Janltorshlr. In the TOeT BUILDING, for rent at low rates to first-cUss tenaats. Apply to STILSON 1IUTCHIS8, 9 IVjet Building, or FIIANK MAGU1IIE, Superin tend ant. 1'KUSONAL. L" ADI W WHO RBOTIKB ThWbH VICEJ of a long established ami Tollable ladles' physician may consult Mrs. DK. WILSON, lies rark l'laoe.n e. bet 11 and O and 11th and 13th ats n e. Consultation with lades only. tol7.ini. XTOW IS TOE TIME. WK WILL TAY 1 "WgnoBey"for genu' flrst-olass ee-oBd-haBd elothfac. Address or call at JUSTH'B OLD bTAND. 819 D at. n. W. roil HALEHOUMH. J?OHCBD"kALB OF HEAL KuTATt f DO TOU WANT A SNAP That fine old bome.tead, 381 Q st n w. comprising nearly so ho feet of ground aad among the most delightful elevations in tieorgetown. will be sold at a sacrifice 11 taken soon Terms can be made satisfac tory; but the property must be sold at oooe. Key at Mr. C. II. FlckllBg's office. High st. oeorgetown. Write to L. O. JOHNSON, auitf Rlchardsvllle. Va. T?OK BALE-IN ALEXANDRIA. S-KOOM I? frame boase, lust tintsblsg; aydraat la yard; lot lSxlIA; aaug home; price, 800. Ap ply tu HOBEKT J. TIIOMAS, ttoom No. 3. SlJ 1Mb at. FOR SALE-THREE OF TUB CHEAFBtiT booses IB WaablBgtoa, joe. 103 aad IK) lltb st B e; two-tory and baiemunt. browa stone trlmatlBga; T room and bath; etootrla belle aad gas: price, IS.M0 each, two aaao balance to salt or trade for aood lota. rOK ItK.NTHOUSKH. F OK KEST-UNFirXNWHSD- ins Massavn. IT ra aad stable ftta 00 HI! K t b w. IS re aoo MWMataw.lSre WW mbstex. lire 1 W UMRnaw.iiH 1U leteitthMB w.iim mea 1737 otaw. lire , 160 00 7bH2UtBW,MN Mi 00 Lafayette Square. 1 cit-Snta w.Urs m St 15H r-.ta w.iare n oo uw a t b w. w r sa oo 14MktoHgaMHlkt,9fi ls&touaatbast.lM. SJ llCorcoraat,Sr at EwXlinaw.ln iU lh M B w. Ww 41 7 WMkatB w, M., 49 09 lJf V t B W. T re M lSDBTtbstBW.atraait 4wk WtgKlv.tN Utanen.ePuuia.Srs S SellUtBW.ts tcl&XYara. Sn 1&B JSth at a w, I M Aa9 UH tb st a w. re Ulltbliliw.lN The above hooaae eaa be eiiailnenl hf par aatt froat oar oatea oaly. THOMAS J. FUHBK X IX) , IBMFtf. B. w. T70t HSWT T0 HJUklt NBW 1X- P hmub trBMM baBeaa. Blch aaa drw loiia- ttoa; aaar oijatifcas aid msMto scauul la VsdMWlawBBia oTa, Siwswo, ats w HUXKV TU LUA.N'. E Oit'BY TO LOAN OH KBAL BaTATB OB Btet-claa aecortues at iorei rate ui :eet. So delay wbare urjtyhi ood. u- L. uaaas, W 7th .law. M ObEV TO LOAN ON UlAO SBCVBITY. T1TL km., fni m ave. INI ' Ut ALL WaW, 0 LOAW OH BJUX BaTATB SBCt'BiTT. A i aw) mat csaf?- A 1 0SSY TO LOAN ul la Sum to auit m api-J.!!,. taraiy. .,. Let BulbHag. HERRQN & RAMfY, KSAL BTAT. LoIli. HtUt. J 1 lUlOTABCiJ, NO 1! k siKBb.1 N W . FOR KKStTIMTOMS. PR RB"T 11T AND D FInRs it" r, ronm. finely fntnlslred for n.mekeep fng; "oal provided for heat: fss to adults, references, saoathstn w. . . 19 rt 1j RP.STT-FI RrsHBD OR ITNFt R J' nlstied-1".' llth st a it. near wood nwmt: eonM acnnrnhidata 1 or more gentle men In lngle or rummnnrcatlmt rooms; heat. lleht bathand attendance; 19 TOR RBNT-Ft RNISHBO ROOMS AT KS I' Hitnw. 19 tf fro RBNT-BANDJSOSlRfcT Fl'R?HnitD I rris; aonthern eposnr: private fam ! Iy Address roi si t . 11 1. IpOR RBNTtrsT FtTRNISHBD. WITft T nse of eretator; steam heat; sneaking tntcs nnd bath: choke south frnnt rown. new flat 717 llth st: gentlemen naif; im edlafe isiisasslCTi; t1V It PR RBNT-STt JtfoRT FWOSf ROO. with alcwye: furnished: large ennngh for s rrons: a'sn M tnrr fnnt ronra. with hall remm attained; fnrn1shed. 47 f at n W T?OR BUT-AN BLBOANT CRNtSrtKn L front mom on Sd floor; eastern and southern eapostrre: convenient to cars and herdlcs; brmrd If desired. MS 7th st n e I9,.1t irOR RBNT-LA ROB FRONT ROOM. BR V V tlfnlly fnrnlhed rewonable rates to fonr grntlewten or ladle, also snlte of nswn, onfnfBlSned. seci.nd door other rooms, fnr nlshed or nnfnrnlshed: iN.ard W9 M st n w. T7OR R BNT- S R ANDSOM BLT FURNISH BD I1 rrom, iM flor; two nnfnrnlhel oar tors; hells, peaktng tubes; also two fnr Blhed rooms, id floor, SW each; 1 sqnarcs from State War and Navy Dv-partmenl N Fsfn w. IS It t70R RBNT-StlTR OF S INFCRN19HBD J' rooms; also one large Mom; suitable for two yonng men; reference rannlred: no honselieeplng Itll F st n w. IS 1t trOR RBNT - 1 FRONT CNFURNI9IIB1) alcove room. I8nilthlnw 11t T?OR RBNT I ELBOANT ROOM, FUR i; nlshed ami unfurnished, with and with out board; gentlemen preferred; tS9 Pa ate lS-St f.'OR IlRNT-OtT. 1. TWO LAROB AND I' elegantly furnished rooms, on 1st floor: near the Portland and Hamilton Hone; gs, bath and attendance: references; is1 I. st. F OK T1BNT- or 3 1NFURNISHBD ROOMS 87 ;th t s e: near car line IS It ypoR HBvr-1 infurnishbd commoni V eating rooms, M floor; bath on same: bay windows: hoard rear, or will permit very light housekeeping, references; to adults: between -ar and herdlc lines. 1IM r ori'ora n s t. 1 'It ?0RBVT-NltRIY FIHNISHBD ROOM In private family. K t n w. 19 1t TOH IIBNT-17IS It ST N W, AN BLBO VNT J' ml e of rooms, with bath, on t flonr, opposite Met cinh,alo rooms on the lit and M floors, sis ISlh t. 1 It 17011 HBNT-FLTHNIStlBD OH UNFOH I, nlshed 5 large, pleasant rooms, 1 ami 3d R xirs; Avenue cars pass door: near De partments; will be rented en suite or single. $11.1 fa ave n w. 17 Jt IpORKENT-BllttlHT. SUNNY ROOMS. 9D ' Boor, alcove bed room; parlor and large room connecting' single or en suite; ali room on 1st floor; all handsomely Inrnlsbwl; private family lot 15th stnw. ITM ITtOK RBNT-HANDSOMBLY FURNISH BD ' large rooms; northern ami southern ex posure: hlghcellltgs; large windows: all rood ern conveniences; first diss table board at reasonable rates, al.1l Hiliiw. 17 Sc T70K I1ENT-D1N1NO DOOM, KITCHEN 1' and front lied room; urntshwl for house keeping. M I st n w 17.X 17011 IIKNT-S CHBKRFUU WKLL FUR I' nlheil commtinlratlng front moms on 3d floor; terms moderate; gentlemen P' fcrmt 1811 M st n w. 17. 1 1 OH HBNT-19 I ST N W-IIANDSOMBLY furnished rooms, single or en suite, with bath; private family and moderate terms; bouse end location first clas 17.lt FOR HENT-1 OH FI.OOKHi KfHIMS each floor; fnrnNheal for complete housekeeping, with a tine piano; would pre fer to sell furniture: at W7 7th st, adjoining Firemen's Insurance Company Inquire Ml Pa ave. up stairs I7.H FOB HBNT-IS1I II ST N W-NICRLY FUH nlsheil room, with dressing room and good board fur 1 or 9 gentlemen. U.tt l'lll! SALT. AND itr.NT. tSbAL BbTATE BULLETIN ' TIIOMAS K. WAliiUMAN, 917 F street. Changes made Wednesdays and isatardays. 9-bTOIlY BRICK AND FKAMB HOUSED FOB HALE. lStoiaFatne.bh.6r. asdUt to MOMIhatse, lih.trs. ail ftSJM 10W 4th t ne, bh, 5 rs iJM liPS Sth st b w bh, Mrs 1U 47 Lst n w. bh, ml.tf ra .W KllMbstn w, f h, 4r 4) M Myrtle stne.bli.7n J 301 and SOS O at alley, ( b,4ra..... Irtartbt n w.bh.S re AM sis ami S18 Marlon alley aw, fh. 4 r. & 4-Mand tas O tt alley n w, t a, 4 r lfd lees to ll sath n n w.b h.Srs. each.. 1JK0 US to 911rrest aw, bh.Srs l.O llgK stne.fh.6rs IJisN tMMirtleitae bk.Tre 1.W9 7l.;(i.WandHI Jlyrtlestue.bh.7w.. 1.T90 uis to 619 N 11 ave a w. b b, re. each.. !. eUatnw.fb.S n IM 19UBt,fb L9M iaW3.lt u w. f h, f ra IJfs) a to 116 I at ae. bh. 4ra LAW atrr to hSl 9d at a e, bh, rs 1JM T4 llth at B e. t h, 4 ra eSGstne, f b. Ire l.Wo TO LBAKB. For a term of 3S years, a valuable piece of business property oa llthst, BearPaavaaw. Nest, J ISO per month aad taxee. Leasee to uuiui oa UNUPHOVBD PBOFEKTY FOR SALB. Fee foot. Paave. betttk aadTthsia Jtw list, bet Sd aad HaU a e 1 Maaeave. bet Dal ave aad tat st a a I M 11 kt. bar Sd aad ilia 99 8 w ear 94 aad L t a e 9 Mount Plaaaaat 4t HOUSES FOR KENT. Per naath. uvvitDw.tN mm TSfttstu w.Sre ti esBMdavesw.Sre w lew 4th st a w. 5 n 198 SllItoe.r 150 USCataw.tre U f l.'l Kstae.nr tf M Blbt.tas.ln a 14 lsitBe,4r aw MtLstae.Srs TW isTOKBfi, OFMCB8. BTO. Mr aad dwg 9tu M at a w.Urs S3 HallTad Boor. 419 lSUstBW aM StraaddwglWtKatB w.Sre Um MraauldwB4441t at al n 9&f 46k La ave. Ut Boor. froat re Mtt Buau9aad H.4d Boor 991UUiat.... M Morerooaa sai t a e a Mable rear 4T B st a w a 99 Mop rear lte O t n w 1 LOANS, la mail ta salt at 9 Bar aaat. The above U oaly a portlua of tae as ag arty a asy aooae. for ibu uw eau at aaaea uar aaBeaia. Isaaad oa tke let aad issa. rTtrKaim UOUNTKV KK.IL HtsTATK. rnjjt SALB-Aonr n acbbs ok so ut X; Be eataadad, oa the fine of tae Bckiag- eataadad. oa the line of aWldler.' Boaie Baliway. slaaa tit thu Lm ChUI la beiagapsut ot taaeetsi Joatk-eOi aow called "Bdawwuud." aaiwd upportuaity log lavaetor. Fur utrtlealan. prioa. ata.. laeaJre of CBAP1N BBOWK. ait 44 at w.s Lviaaib jaN""- 1 1 1 1' at rot. M ember ut WiishlmttaM f4ok latbauiiSi AH lMUl atsMika aud aeanflMae boubt isaul aoM. A TONjO, Horitord' Acid PJavosphatai. A sums efttfaUaat and atsgaealst sojhto sgal SB!tUr. ltuuur!b 4 uyrlangBliW sfca Saaat teaur aiA oiy. Insits bsmmsssI 9J9JMB b4 vttAliSf a4 aoiivaa ttv taamUiiaa SLf-4tAa9BVsV Y.W: nt ka Bttw4 Wl ggaavig gtitwu &- & hiadiaan yasi ilratibyiiiriri Ys . sai H-t, aarBt tjaia,i. 1 dSfW UaSkfaL" aajaaaBBp avaav ww veaiaBrer w sbsbbs vapfanaa BAlUWaW Caj9K-sVl . Ftaviaoac. B, I Kesfari. ul aubaiiiuea aud lmtt!.:oas CAITION -Ke -.ure tbc v. 1 ' U raioM . ' J&&ZW& UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION yer a Million DISTEIBUTED. La. S. L. Louisiana State Lottery Co, Incorporated by the Legislature forednra tronal and charitable purposes, and Its fran ch'ee made a Part of the present Hate Oon stltntlon, In 1ST9, by an ovEHwncunan rori lar vets Its IIHAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAW 1NOH take place semi-annually (June and Dc cember), and It HHANI) alNdt.K NUM1RU DRAWINOBUheplaeeln each of the other ten months In Ihe year, and are all drawn (a pnhltc at the Academy of kmte. New Or kane, La "We do hereby certify that wesunervlso the arrangements for all the Monthly and Feml Annnal Drawings of Ihe Louisiana Stato lottery ' o .and In person manage and con trol the Drawings themselves, and that tho same are conducted with honesty, fairness and In good faith toward all parties, and wo authorise the company tntie !hl oertlScito with fac-slmlles t onr signatures attaobed. In Its advertisements.' JV$ CoinmlMtoaers. We, the Mlhleta'gned banks and bankers, will pay all Irises drawn la the Loul-Un.i ttate Lotteries which may be presented at onr caeuter. R. Jt. WALMfrLEV. rreVI U. Nat. Bank, r. MNAUX, I'ren't State Nat. flank. A. in LDVTIN, Fris't N. o. Nat. Hank. CA1 L X JtlN. I'res't I'nloB Nat. Bank. rawing WILL TAXB I'LACE AT TUB ACADEMY OF MUSIC New Orleans, U CAPITAL PRIZE, $300,000. 9,fll Tickets at S2i: Halves, SlOs QttiiieiSi 5; Te<is, tt List of Prizes. 1 PRIZE OF fafM la JJttKVW II'HIZBOF MW.iSWIe lOD.OTO ritiZB or sajwi w.oco IfKlZBOF .wei. tt.003 PX1BBK OP iOJUD are MW PBlXEisOF s.0are 99 PBUBsi or lAfi9aa , 19 rim or so aw tajm m miZBa' of aiaaM to.a SMPIUSBaOr 399 aw MMuJ, aWrrisasof SKtare & Wtrtiaaael 9aw 99.9a lavrrtswot Srtaaa-... .) Mrxiimotimw ..- 9a.su aasrrtxasof waM . s.1 niaes aatowMlas to aj'.sw AUJBJiTB WANTBJt !VBYW!tBJ. rifBMcMaatBattawtathagtetoraui ttoa dcelaad write lagfttr aanlBcd , tlrrr ataaasf yg BgaUaaM.wttk Stau-. roaalr. SUaat aad aamaer. Meaa gpM re tat saatt dadsaagf wi'l ta bsiims) by your fcurimalat aaabioa aaartaf yaw 1 uU ad dgata. , Important. Ad wiJinary lauars t'OBtaWsw Pyul Xutee. Mocer Ordeni laaaad byU iij.rt.-5 Cvmi aniaa or Maw York girnajfrat Addressed M,A, DAUPHIN, KBWOaU.BAaW.LA. mm t H Willi IM IfiTIIMgifi Billitf yj5'" "sjsarsgjaj,SB,,,,saB 'l,avva nfi1 JH4s. iwsbvsbs aaBB'as'v' Li. Hut tbo Miaseatol prt ks QSHMUmm 9X fom sUTIOSAL aUHUufVe (klessiwl that tWtar, alfaad by the uresMeat ot a iaatltuuou lkuMiaagterwi rtbu j cavitfaUad in thu V'jiYfr cuuru; Uiarefoce. tmW4M o Laj-u UesMoraaooB)a .haaia." BJsWsTiVrV4vTSW aswm asW BfwWw jPHV. S fl, tea Luuials Mat Lutwry Co . wb ;t,o atrinawtmwoaf tub cautiTA r h cidg4 to b 4 UHtTtACT wuh ll, ItaM Wf Uwlatgjss M Bart uf the Cuij-i ' J tiihabw. naxjrii.r-l:c:ui. Grand MonthlyD TUESDAY OCTOBER AtW4T I.I9B Tl Lg4MUv t.1 L . isiaat, ajkkk adiuaru.d aa tne Mb vl y of this vr tu. idutdaa iMDMtM' toUieloualilu-'J. t. . lit Mi e to te U..H11J I , v ' ii 'lJ Lka -. i-ur i tueLi. -. AN L Tl t'.l "Ml VSl. .. '.o l . N.X.l-t.. . . 1'ljJU i.J MM - AV