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WSW ft?jar- :3m WmiwS t . i- twtatwtiyww MfiiiwiiwyiiaiWiWiiimiffWWiffp! 9?? ITIC, TIHTRSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 2Q, 189,9, Af ' 1 $F 1 - m 'f. f;;r T w r I. ife'lr WASHINGTON CltlTIO . .i lM9AJtf I ltP E11BRV BUBHINQ, nr TIIK "WASHINGTON" OIUTIO COMPANY 1IAU.KT K1LU0URN, PnrMUET. OFPICDI 043 D STRBBT N. Int., 1'osT TJUIIJltMl, WASHINGTON. 1). 0. TERMS: MngWCopy.. . SCents lly-Carricr " fonts Ily Stall, pmtsgo paid, ono year... ..,....$1 00 DvMall, postAgo paid, six months 3 00 Moll mWrlptlons Imurlably In advance. Address Till! WASHINGTON CHU'IC, Washington. 1. C. (.m'JctcjmiBrav "wfK$amm Washington, Fehruarv 2M, 1880, tnn I'Hi.siiniNT tNTintviinvni). The Xcw York Herald has hccureri an Interview with the outgoing Presl ilent. In icM)ii.d to a peinonul re- , quest from the iiropilelov of tho ucivs pa tier mentioned, -Mr. ClevHmiil tnlhc I to Its iciH"cniatlve In a nuiiilior which would have been In questionable InMu few weeks ago, hut which Is now pt;rmtMiililc. Here aie iUotutions from the interview, including all that was said of Impoitiini-e "lain a Democrat, with nil tlio woid Im plies. 1 am, motcour, nu lntenu Democrat, In that I liellcve that tho truo principle' ot tho i Demoorstlc pat ty are r cutlnl 1 n t ho highest wellbclng of this cotintrjr. "During tlio war," ho added, "tlio Hepubll van party had supieme unit unquestioned -.-runtrol of public policy. No ono will iuos tloh the sen leo It rendered at Hint time, but the rank and fllo of tlio nrmy win comiKMcd largely of Democrats. Tlio generals who won cnowil wciciiUo m.inyof them Democrats. While thero weto aiming tho Hepubll i una o small minority of hotheads who found rault with the Lincoln administration, and among tho Democrats an equal number of fi;tlswhnc timidity was u national mis oftnne the great bulk of tlio iieoplo from Kant to V et, without lespect to party uffllla tlons.weie solidly patriotic and ready for nny necessary nmount of sacrifice for the pi enervation of our Institutions. It Is folly to elilnl thut the war wai foiifiht by cither Ite publicans or Dcmoct.lts! It Wan (ouijht by the American cltlzcns'of the Jioi tli. p"ut It Is plain, he said, with meat serious hits, that under lieimbllean iidmnls(ratIons thorp lius been given u fro-li unci dangeious Itppctiis to monopolies, trusts nd combines. 'lvamiMM) fortunes have been accumulated unknown In thednys of onr fothers. Tlicy ar$ u, peculiarity of post-hcllum times, and llie ccn(r61 which they urbltrarlly uxerelso over the coist of existence Is a dlrvut menace to the welfaie of tho worklnRmen and of our farmers. The intcniew hears upon its face proof of its authenticity, vtcie any such proof requited. Tho expressions have the President' pav-iunrks about them. They aie earnest enough, honest t nough, no doubt, but they lack- a ccr. tain broadness. For a man to say thuthcUaDcmouiat oultcpublican In nil that tho wml Im plies, and that he is an 'intense Dcfna--rat or llcpublican Is notijtdlcative of , tho scope of thought which makes n . rtatcsman. Tho big man is not.au "in , , itenMi"-,pftrtlsani Ho docs not believe that progress and relorm lite with his party alone, and that under tho regime of-llic othcrthc welfare of the nation Is in serious jeophrdy. Ifu recognizes .that issues change, and that parties change with them, that onu party may ber right at ono time and wiong at tin other, and that tho individual who thinks should be above all Nubordiua tions tp the fetich of a name. With Ir. Cleveland's Implication that the Democrats deseive tiUottl as much credit as the Republicans for the conduct of the war and that llcpubll- capUin Is responsible for monopolies, trusts and combines, is ono that could readily be taken and the nbsuidlty of the position shown. That hosts of Dftmocrats were earnest patriots in the tid's and that thousands of them died on battlefields1 in 'maintaining tho tju preiijaey of the Union is tt splendid facV That ffom that same party come all tho copperheads, nil tho traitors, is a fact as patent. Tho llepubllcnn patty, aided by certain loyul Democrats, saved tho country. That monoplles have giown up under Ifcpublfcan rule is true, but It )s not be cause of Republican i ul c that they have grown. They would have appeared in the prospeious Republic ttnder any rule of any patty. To attrlhtito them to tho party la oh absurd as to attrlbuto h Kansas cytloue during" Cleveland' administration to the Democratic luliuinistiatfon. The Ktiring Pieside'nt Is honest, htubboin, sclf-satlsfled, but ho is not a htatewnan. Ho is just what ho claims to be, an "intense1' Democrat, with cer tain commcndablo uldo ideas which he carries into practice, ami which pruvont him from being tho idol even of tho other "luttnso" ones ot his patty. aiti: HI.STItlCT IN CONGltKSS. To Mills of Texas, JIcAdoo of New Jeisey and other waybaclt Btatcsmeni if j ou will read patagiaph 17 of sec tion 8, article 1, of the Constitution ot the United States, you can absorb some information with regard to tho-govcrn-mint of tho Capital of the ltcpublle,. which antagonizes tlio wild statements made by you In tho House yeMciday. I'or your edification wo hejowlth num inarko the constitutional patagr.iph te--ierred to ''Congicss shall exeielso exclusive legislation in all cases whatsovcr, over the Dlsttict of Columbia, tho seat of tho Jouiiment of the United States, and exercise like authoiily over all pliteci owned by the Government and used for forts, maga7ines, aiscnalsj dock yanls imd public buildings," ily a perusal and comprehension of thlhpiuagraph of the Constitution It would seem that even waybnek states men in Congii'hS would tuideitaiul that tho United Statos is tho patty who Jh lesponsihle lor tlio condition of its Kt of government, which was selected for tho luo ami purposo of conducting and carrying on tho executive, legisla tive and Judicial affairs of tlio people pt thq fJitiro IJepubllol 'J'heoiuthoilty of tho Government is Jtot coullnetl mci-ely to tho public bulld infj parks and resefvatioriSi but It px lends ovey evoty acre of teuitoty in the, PittrfcLW Coltuu'blfi, Tliete caa he. no other nutlioilty e. limits of "UicSontV of tho tfiittelStit(cV h t k luted liy Coiigips.4, s Its exclusive milhmth of the "Seat or the, meiit ' for the use 1. leillc of the vtliotfj thai MMiHolt isicsponjt jrinnuVur mid dcvilo nitu with the iiioi!iiis , Of the nation at 1: Tut: M'r-MoAddJ and Jlllls of Tomis-tj ,o Coiistlltillon (r the 1 familial le themselvtf ttons under ulilch tin lutnbla wns madese)ai . ' of the (ounliy. Tho Vi 'i-k bin Is Uku nny other Go -rt Vatlon ill most tespcci' men tefened towemtt' the I'ticumstancc. 'I i deal of bosh In what W (1 In. AMVrilFIt COLUMN luiiitmiiileation which rcl "ill! I tho fame of Old Abe, tin m wnreaglo. llo wns ago by I.tlllo I)oeicux III eagle thlnl. of that nn was made that during 1 hud laid eggs 1 All this i ot woman sum use, but it It was untrue. lliefIoc,i' writes to Tun C'iutic', In t qulry, and the question ot tettlcd. The matter, ilu mice, bus been n fcilnil hideous l'C. Jill. Ul.KF.t.ANI snjs Heraltl lnton low: "I inn i tho term Implies." (Invert proceed to sue htm for 1 copj right. ' The citizens of South understand the Attomoyii and arc willing to give up In Any sitk von iitt: liostujl . bo a kind of a d. b. to t'aw- there I; no relief at li.nnl, eh istl CHITl(ll!l,.Vl. IIHITTOX AND TUB Colotiel Ilrltton currledf f l om tho carriage; " ' In this fashion he nu ...... heart! Oo oo, oo tootsy w ooi n v i f Oo darlln' 'lttlo pet,' Como hug o big man E -i lloloesakld oo be! Como put oo arms aioin I i And pull his good, gray hair Wit all oo chubby ilngcre, " For Brltton doesn't care. Oo darlln' 'lttlo wootsy, Could hug o big man tight, Oo g'anpa lie is Prcsldont, And Ilrltton lie's all light. What p'ltty 'lttlo footsies, And chubby legglcs, too, And rosy 'lttlo toesles, And cj cslcs big and blue. Don't bo at'ald of Brittou; He's big, but very mild, And though ho might lick giants He wonldu't hurt a child. 'ow, 'lttlo wootsy tootsy, Come, kiss o, Colonel, tweet, Aud tell oo g'aupa, baby, The Colonel can't bo beat. L'liNVOI, And a little child shall hud them. In Society; Dude (to handsomo woman): Who is that spindle-shanked Idiot oer there on the other side of the roomf Lady (Indignantly); That's my husband, sir. Dude (gazing at her In admiration and speaking with unexpected tact): Why, he's no idiot, is he ? Lady relents. COLONEL J.AMONT. The mayolTerthe Colonel jmtfuclo cash, And insist on his taking back pay; But the Colonel refuses tho tempting grub, Because he (lint built that way. It's a wise sun that knows Its own Guely. A seal-skin sack is a womanV best fur nltuie. , The lighter the individual the easier to float In tlio social swim. HANDS OF l'HOMINKNT WOAfK-V. Kate Field has tho hand of the gypsy. ' cWa Morris has a hand so soft that It seems to melt away In pur clasp. Mrs. Hodgson Burnett has an angular baud, not averse to holding the reins. Lotta has a supple little hand, which al wnjs scorns as ready to curt as to carow, Mrs. General Logan's hand lingers to jours ns It seeming' to snj-: "I'm In no hurry to go." Amelie, Itlvcs has a facile hand, mom In harmony with tho "quick" than the 'ded-" Mrs, Harriet Bccchcr Stowe has a thin, sinewy hand, expressive of great nervous energy. Fanny Davenport has a fat, chubby baudr covered with oases of dimples and diamonds. Mrs. Langtti's hand is as delicately veined as a )eaf,-nnd makes one loth to part with It utter clasping It. JIis. James Brown Potter has a slender hand, with shapely digits, which are dally mimlgulatcd by n manicure. Tho hand of Ella Wheeler Wilcox looks ns If the good, hard shako of a bnyvnylmnd would crush It, boncsaud nil. Dcrplto Its Jewels Modjuskn's hand shows marks ot early struggles. It Is a strong hand, how ever, full of cbarnctcr. The sjnimetry of Aullna Pattl's hand Is lobt tight of In Its dazzling display of Jewels. She spends a fortune In gloves. When "Marlon Harland" puts herpliln, honest hand in yours sha ecouis to saji "Hero's my hand, and my heart's not far otT." The whiteness of Mis. Hairlct Luuo Joluihou's bund Is tlio envy of all her joung acquaintances. It s a hand that would grace a sceptre Tho only mnikcd dlflVrenco between Ham Hcmhardt's hand and a skeleton's is that 'one Is Invested with flesh and Mood and, tlio other Isn't, 'Mrs. Prank Leslie has a sens'tlve hand, whose toiuh nukes the blood bound faster through ono's veins. She Is authority on the subject of gloves, Sirs. Commodore Diihlgren has tho sort of hands which, It they wero a man's, could conquer llous. They uro neither largo nor small, hut forceful. Miss Frances Ii. Wlllard has a good, hou, est hand, whoso hearty grasp seems au echo of tho cordial gicctlng whkdi she bestows on all whom she meets. Mrs. Benjamin Harrison has a good, motherly hand, made for nso. It has boeu a true aud trusty companion l) Its family relations, chasteulng as welll caressing. -IN, Y, EvcWBfi Sun, ,l sj i -ti 'tk I j (I -M r- frf i K Jwt On , ijPntf. Ntul . MjiUn ..'.. r. . . ... ii slKI BU . . I " H t v. . I l i , e.h -o iMiui. mill sparRllng as sho is,' and it wa received by her fellow eulTcrers with enthusiasm doubly elithusol. Of course sho scored tho men after t':c most approved female fashion, She wont so far as to doubt the maricullnty ot tlm American F.agle, and positively asserted that ''Old Abo" Wisconsin's war eagle, af ter serving through tho rebellion, went Into' retlracy at Madison, the Capital of his State, and passed the rest of his days In la)ln; eggs. Such n slander ns this his scarcely ever been put upon the male set by tho vandal hand of woman, but no man re eo to defend his cause, for men are chlyalrlc and love to let tho wpmen have their way. But Mrs. Blakq's stAtemeut was taken up by tho press of tho country and exploited to tho extent that It was about to be accepted as history, nnd then Tim Ckitic, with a full Bcnso of fair deal ing to all concerned, cama to tho rossue and posted a letter of inquiry ou tho sub ject to Governor Hoard of Wiiconslu, Promptly the Governor responded and with proper deforedeo to the laly, too, ns becomes so gallant, a man us Governor Hoard, But he had to do Justice, though the entire cerulean canopy tumbled In, aud this is what he wrote: MxtcunvH,MA.v(tot(, lUmsov.Wia., February US, 1K31. KilUorofOtt Vtllle, Washington, D.C. Deaii Sir: Tour letter xif 23d Inst. Is received. In reply I hnvo to stato that all Of tho keepers of "Old Abe," Wisconsin's war eagle, unite In saying that "Old Abo" was not a lion bird, imdnever laid an epg from the tltno of his capture till bis Bplrlt soared aloft. Yours very truly, WlLUXSt 11. ItPAllU. We commend this loiter and these, state ments to Mrs. Blake, and ask. that after gU Ing them careful perusal sho mnko a public retraction of her slanderous tiescr1 tlons,.and further that hi tho future sho, con Duo hcrselt,to the facts and not attojnpt tp btillda superstructure of female suffrage upon the ruined reputation of an old war eagle; who Is too dead to protect his eo-c and his record from tho wild attacks of Iconoclastic females. Tlie.criudtdacy of Represcutatlvo Thomas of Illinois, tor tho position ot Secretary of tho Nnvy.uiidcr General If arrlson, has .been the means of bringing again Into promi nence tho old dirtlculties between htm and tho stall ot the navy. This fight has been going on tor a number ot years aud the causes for It have been. many. Tho princi pal caino of tho difficulty Is the difference In pay allowed lino and staff officers ot the lame rank. Iteprescntattvo Thomas, as a member ot tho Naval Cdmmlttco of the IIpubc, has oxprcssod himself as a friend, of tho lino h their differences with tho. staff. A meeting ot lino officers was recently held at tho 'Navy Department and resolu tions were adopted calling on General liar rleou to appoint Mr. Thomas Secretary ot the Navy. Staff officers are very much ot feudid at this and aro considering tho ad visability of protesting against tho appoint ment to General Harrison. They claim that Mr. Thomas has decldod animus against tho staff and that ho will work against their interests as Sect otary of tho Navy. ; -ki5 K.?H V -If ' '' r 4 f iX C mmi readIHq. ' ltrtssor's Ihiirornii illcrs hi the Ho'u'so ot Rcp nptnlti Olny of Klk Co mty iiirg, fa., correspondent of itptttch, anit this good story 11! "lo war had ended and Cp tttloncd in n Virginia town hal. Tho orders had gono ifederates might weir their tliej wero, to reniovo imm try buttons anil Insignia of lot poTtnltlcd td carry side ahi Clay sat In front of his f'onfederato nencrat lto?i2r .collar tho gold star of his . tilfof m eovered,wlth )iuttoiii ' ' Ipas&ed ho took oceal()n to ' 'ccs and show his contempt I encrally. Tho rebel officer 1 bear by nnd went In. Clay tly and told him to take n go up to tho hotel and tell .kt Fal to rcnioro his stars nnd 1 rato buttons on his uutfor.ii. s tle'd hut his orders aud rc- Wlththo Information tint t id refused to comply with aid Clay, lug llebel floucrnl Hoiscr p hotel, Inouuted his horse, Clays headquarters. As tho Captain sont hi orderly , Itoeser hadn't bargained S )" t mean, pah ?" ho asked, id Captain Clay, "ion ro- st and Knew that, under render, jou had no right to nla of the rank aud tlio on on jour uniform f" iscd .to comply. The first f is to obey orders. This ii ' banhed. Ilq didn't Hiy a plain Clay told hls-erdcrlyl . -i' tnd buttons from the gen - ttd light thero In the road . ,fout hlsknlfo aud one by ' io stars aud buttons, Clay : ilacently. 'il general rodo dwaj' tt w.u 'Iheart. ito had loJrned a iv(ho Is n famous railroad i Friday night ho mado a i v i ii Sherman. .Cnptaln Clay h . Ir blm.ngnln. " rul lllmi'ors. Inl households keep a com nmptuous table than many n . l lis. i .. . Is fond ot Scotch cookery, ..i u.-ruuM iter repasts with oatmeal broth and cream porridge. Sho drinks pale Dom'ech sherry from a silver cup of mar-vclously-delicato workmanship that orig hlally belonged to Queen Anno. The Queen's dinner hi the evening s very com pletc. Tho table Is lighted by golden candelabra holding wax candles, nnd mius"es of orchids placed In cpergnes .roach tip to tho celling. Her Majesty cats a special hlnd.f meat bread, very highly baked In n square loaf. Tho Queen of Swccden keops a very tempting table. Soup, nearly always clotted cream aud barley; steak, aud one ot her farorlto dishes, bulls ot hashed meat, cooked In oil and surrounded by poaehed oggc Then at alpiost every meal follows tho national and natural vlarid, salmon preserved la tho earth. At tho German court the Grand Duchess of Baden keeps tho most refined table. Sho has a Frelich cook and the best Ot French cuisine, a Httlo too white, perhaps too many dumplings and Jollies but still A Very refined ikltcbenj and. oxcollent wines. Tho Grand Duchess makes her own coffee ln'a Russian cofTco-pot of enameled gold. The Empress Victoria lives In English stjle, and added a great deal of milk to her cookery when tho" first symptoms of the Crown Prince's illness appeared., 8ho Ijas a preference tor niashed vegetables, with gravy aniLpaslry of ovcryitnd. In Italy tho court dines at a tablo cov ered w 1th magnificent hammered gold, plate, the only luxury visible. There wo no flowers. Stoiunmin's Now Novol. Now s his been Teccivod In, Ban Francises of tho, arrival at, Honolulu, January 14, ot tho schooner yacht Caico with Hobert Louis Btevcnspn and his family on board. Mr. Stevenson chartered this yacht last fall for a crulso to the South Soa, with a, View ta studying the customs, manners and legends of the South Sea Islanders, nnd a novel will doubtless bo published and placed ,ln tho hands of, publishers at an early date, havlug for heroes and heroines members ota-racaof which little Is known to tho world of literature. A llcolpe 200 Years, pld. Tho original cau de cologne la made from a receipt- which, according to a writer lb tho Leisure Jfour, has been known to only ten pcoplo since It was discovered nearly 800 j ears ago. Tho written copy of It Is kept In it crystal goblet, under triplo locks, in the room In which thu essential oils aro mixed'. The caska In which the perfume lskoptaro,madoof cedar wood from Le banon, which is stronger than any other and does not smell. More than 2,000,000 bottles are sold anhually, aud ot those 150,000 go to ono house lu London. A lfmt Oarrloit to Cliurcli. Tbd sexton of a fashionable Now. York churrh complains that a largo fraction of tho Sunday morning collection consists of English nnd Canadian money. Homo of this cornea from the foreign visitors who rhanco to go with tho, paw-holders to the church. Possibly but only possibly It 1$. only a fad on the part of some of tho Anglo manlaes who may go to the church, and Who desho to indicate their English affilia tions by putting tho Viclorlau coIih on (he collection plato. All Old Dobutnnlo. Mis. lllnckuian ot Morrlstowu, N. J Is tho oldest debutauto of tlio seaspn, Sho Is 80 years of age, nnd last Wednesday, for the first time lu her life, witnessed a theatri cal, performance. Tho piny was "Tho Old Homestead," Sho was amazed that every thing appeared "so real." AMUSKJnif.TS. lhd Cowboy Baud, ncconipanjlnj tho Dinicr (Col,) Itctiuhllcau Cowboy March ing Club at tho Inauguration, will Live a grand concert Sunday afternoon at Harris' BIJllU. BlUNjo and J. Whltcomli Itlloyof the Hallelujah Division, Salvation Army, will ,gh e n saci ed concert nt Harris' llljou Thea tre Sunday ovculug, March 11. Itescrvcd Seats, 78 cents and $1, at Bicutaiio's. "Lucia" was tho opera by tho Abbott 1 Company liu.t night, with a big and fushloii ablo audience, and "II Trovatoro" will bo given this evening. A Yoiiiik Dressmulier Anintulteil. All attempt was mado last night to mur 1 der Miss Maggie Welter, a highly respected young lady of euincrlor, wis. Miss wolter occupied n room in the Kooiigh block as n dressmaking establishment. At 0.30 she left her room to go to supper. As she was going down stalls sho met a masked man, who remarked! "Now, I will have re venge," and struck her with a dogger, In lllctine; a dcon cut in her shoulder. Tho man lied nnd the joimg lady was picked up In nu unconscious condition. Sho partially rceoejt'd about 8 o'clock, hut was unablo to glvo the. slightest qluetg her assailant, Suspicion reels upon n jounc man who for mer)) boarded with the Welr jarully, and wlUi whom Mies Welter had soma disagree ment. Miss Welter will recover, hut phy sicians say that her Injuries )nsy result in iueunlty. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL -j-fc Jlrs. and Miss ricmlng will not reeolve to-daj. A tea will he given to-monow by Ma laino Oiizmim. .Mrs. Dotph will close her receptions for tbo-scasnu this afternoon. Miss Daisy (liirlamt held a very plcatirit reception J rstoinlay afternoon. Miss Ldla Downing of Now York 1 visiting Miss Cornell of Jefferson Vhlee. Card haebecn Issued by Mrs, Peter llahis for a tenon tho afternoon of March 'X Mrs. Senator Paddock will hold her larjl reception of the season at the Portland to day. .Mrs. Senator Sherman nnd Mrs. Bonalor Mnndtrsou will not bo at homo this after noon. Tho Georgetown neraioii'Chib gavo Us final cotillion nt I.lnthlcum Hall last eculug. The Irish American Club gave a ery en joyable reception at tho Hllles' Armory last ccnlng, Mrs. Haber ot tho Clnrcndoti, who Ins been quite sick, has improved during the past week. A dinner was given lost evening by Dr. and Mrs. McMillan in honor ot General lluttcrueld. , Mrs. Senator Spooucr jesterday afternoon gavo a most enjoyable tea nt her residence on Ijinlcr Place. A handsome leawaggrrou lustovoning by Mrs. Captain Burke In honor ot Mrs; ltutscll Harrison. Sirs. Senator Stanford will ho assisted by cral Albauy ladles at her closing eccp Hon this afternoon. Hon. McKco Hnnkln and wife (hiring tho Inauguration will bo the guests of Colonel and MreToJm Hay. Mrs. Ueorgo Jfcllhcnny nnd-Sflss Jle Ilhemiy of Philadelphia will glvo a tea, oy Saturday from 5 to 8 p. m. Mrs. Illshon John $. liurstand datishtor. Helen, will bo at home to-morrow at the ftlggs Homo from U to 8 p. in General B. M. Prentiss, who commanded the fifth division of General U. S. Grant's army at the hattle'of Shlloh, Is In the city. Kcprcsentatlvd Thompson of California and hiswifo and ddughtar will lcavo tho latter part of this week for their Western home. The Star Club Tuesday ovcnlng gavo their first complimentary masquerada ball at Meyers' Hall. Somo Very unique cos tumes wero worn. Tho ladles ot tho Cabinet of this Ad ministration held their last reception Of tho season yesterday, and notwithstanding the beastly weather an unusually large number of callers wcio out and tho farewells were numerous and sad. Tlio ladles receiving wero the Misses Bayard, Sirs. Whitney, Mrs. Dickinson and Mrs. Endlcott, Miss Emma Jenks, tho only child ot tho Solicitor-General, Is ono of tho prettiest brti nctts who has over been In Washington so ciety. Sho Is petite and graceful, with a charming figure, a rich complaxlou, eyes as dark as tropic shadows, a handsomo mouth and teeth, and such a volco of winning soft ness as falls like music on tho heart. Miss Jenks returns to her homo In Pennsylvania early In March, and It Is needless to say that her absence will bo regretted by alt who have Known her during tho past three sea sons. Miss Mary Rowan Jackson, daughtcr'ot ltOV. Augustus Jackson, now of Philadel phia, Is ono of Virginia's fairest girls visit ing tho Capital. She Is not yet out of her teens, with tho 'figure ot a Juno, and a beautiful face, lighted by an Intelligence and wit as rare os'thdy aro attractive. Iler eyes are of tho variable, blue Of tho sky, changing from tho morning gray to the purple of twilight, as tho spirit varies, and btrplnkand white complexion Is Nature's own, Sho promises to bo a woman no less remarkable for her beauty of person than her brilliance ot Intellect. , Among tho Ohio girls of tho Capital Miss Charlotte Thompson, tho daughter of Rep resentative Thompson, ot Portsmouth Is particularly noticeable. Sho is a hand some brunette, tall In figuro and stately In carriage, and thero Is a sparkle In her dork eyes which Is dangerous to the jotith of suscoptiblo heart. Miss Thompson Is, a Very bright gtrlj which sho comes by natur ally, as hermother' (formerly MUs Klla Turloy), la a remarktblj-jsplrlted woman,- and In her girlhood was famous In Portc mouth for her wit. Among Miss. Thomp son's accomplishments Is a practical, Knowledge oi domestic swalrs, Miss Vilas, who. Is so well known in so ciety circles, Is one of the sweetest 'and gentlest spirits ot tho social alrj and there Is that In hQr lovely eyes which warrants these contributed lines from a clover but hardly-hit admirer:. Her eyes aro ot that wondrous blue, which In the Autumn days In trembling waves of softened light melts into tender haze. A deep, Insistent, ambient blue enveloping her faco In misty, sweet serenity, which glvos It sntntlicr grace. Mrs. Corlnno. Mooro Lawson, who sang in tho Concert at tho Congregational Church last night and attracted almost as nluoh nt Jcntlon by her rcmarkablp beauty as by her exquisite singing, is a Mississippi girl, who for sevoral.yeara has resided In Cincinnati, tbero sho holds tho highest artlslie' ami fcoclal position, As Miss Corlune Mijoro she first ciuno to Cluchmatl aud Covington from Vlcksburg to visit friends, and at onco her volco mado her famous. Soon after sho bocamo a student at the Col lego of Music and a jcar or so lator bIio married Mr. Lawson, a rich young merchant and a great lover of music. Slnco her marrlago Mrs. Lawson has continued her singing tud her popularity grows all tho tlnio. Sho Iss n pronounced brunette, with a beautiful Speaking voice, nnd with such eyes and teeth and complexion and figure as would make a goddess green with envy. Doctors complain that when I)r, Bull's Cough 8rup is used they don't get a Chance. Salvation Oil Is unequalled as a pain do strojer, and It only costs S5 cents a liottlo, Millit Trains Aie Now Itun via tho Chesapoako ami Ohio Hall road di rect fiorn this eltj to tho Union Stations In Cincinnati and Louisville. IIluiuch's bottled Maezern beer. Tele phone call, i)4-tl. , Dun,. WALSH On Wednesday at 0 10 p. m , Jo sephlnohteuiut, oldest child of James W nod Nannie Walsh, aged lu jenrs, Funeral will tnko plnco fioin Trinity (huieh, (!corKctow;i, I). U at II) o'clock n, in. on Saturiluj, tho it day of Jliirch, 1881'. F OH HALE DAltQAlNS IN DHILDINO I.O'1'H ON Dupont Circle. 'lhomiisClrelo, Cor 2vM and Now York avu. Cor Slst and C st. ( or unit, Va. ave. and O st. (eutho squnie.) Cor Kiih.Yii mo mid J)st, (entliosiiunro t Lor lith.V nnd Uoundary sts (eutho square.) ( or i;ti unit ) sts ( or -il unit N sts. Cor loth and Ki lasts (Morhllan Hill.) lthode Island n u , but. !4th and Utli U V St., bet, 17th and lsth sts, n, w. U st bet nth and 15th stji. n, w H st., bet. 10th and 17th ats. n, w. Fst ,J)et l'.thnnd Ihtli sts. n, w list, bet Bill and 7th sts. n, o. ! hi , bet, ISth mid 14th sts. n.w. tulibt,, bet. 1. and M hts. n.w 18th St., bet. tt and H its. n. w. uiut lnunyotlioiH. Yift full partluiilars apply to J, Y. N. IIUYCK X CO., IMS Peon, Ave. MMli: (MINIIUAT. laASlILMH,w!iVIi Were awarded tin hU)Ht ittttlnetliM br n nudlcul Jtirynt tho International Kxpniilloii at Brussels, havo proved to bo a llrst-olass remedial dscnt In nil Catarrhs of tho owns of respiration nnd digestion. MHIKX MlNIUt.Yr. VAHTIM.CS aro prescribed bv physicians hi diseases of tho lungs ninl chest and tttliina. The benefit derived from their mo Is unsarvassod, nu I ei.cn In tho most ehronlo caos they soothe, easo and stimulate. sonr.N MJNF.n.tr, rwsTir.i.r.s aro protoinblo to nllstmllar preparation, beouno they aro a natural remedy, an uiiaduloratol product of tho sprlngsV-ontalrtlnir tu nn un diminished dearco alt tlio antlvo principles of theso springs, HOltf.N MIXKIIAE. 1'ASTIM.K.S. nro prepared exclusively tinder tho personal mi pcrvlslon nnd control of Wt STOKL.T.I.VOy M. U., K. K., HAnltary Councillor, KODRX MIXE'tAL VASTIM.KH aro unequalled as a solvent In coughs uud ca tarrhs, urtn In tho most elironto onset. Thuir Success Is tinsurpassedi SOIEN MIXKU.ir, PAHriKMtf) nru a superior remedy In whooping cough nnd diph theria: In tlie former they lessen the-n.iros;-yBtncif iho attack, whllo pruyontln the lat ter disease, which cannot (nko hoM In a throat not affected by catarrh. . SODL'N' .MINllttAT. VASriM'.liH dorlvo Increased value from Iho fact of having n tery favorable Influence upon tho prguits of digestion. SOUEN MtNintAt, 1'ASTlL.l.KS oiRlit to bo kept In every homo. All mothers are recommended to ureo tholr ehlMren dutlnij thooold season to allow a pastille slowly to melt in their mouths whllo out ou errands or going to school. .SODKN MlNKttAI. l'ASTIT.T.US are for salo at nearly nil lru,tlbi at riOo.ab')-;. SlKiuld your druggist not keep thum, kindly nddt Oss tlio sotiB Aonscv: fou TitbO.a. Sodeh Mineral Springs Oo. (Elmitod). 15 CEDAK ST1IKBT. .N'KW YOltK. T II. WAItNF.rt .t CO., J). , B10FbTltEETNOKTltWl:8T. . l'nrtlal list of houses for rent: eiJFstn w, 11 rs ,.., ,..i.JtiMC7 woistlist nw, Un , ;noo irtomiistnw, io rs rr oo MU iwth st n w.Ors. ........ ,.....! eooo 015Q.tn w, n rs , eo oo i in liinsinw, irs , x no i7ECapst,ii rs .. ram l(Vt1 idlli at n w, 13 rs ..;. so 00 1.11 Mil nvane, 1 1 is 4 , W 00 C31 KL'upst, 11 rs , , UM !( 11 st n w, tara jo oo ai A Ktse.iors.,.. , woo I.wiTstn w, o rs.i, ,., 40 no Monthktne, Ors , 85 00 !tlO Mih st s w, JO rs 3100 23HM stn w, Ors.. i,., .to n 11111 II st n w, 8 rs ...'...., DOM 1120 0th Bin w.flrs 10-ta sonfitlist s o,o rs...... 30 00 umothstn w, io rs , jo no jswoiithstu w.Vrs ca no 1M3 10th st njw, 0 rs a 75 1MI Columbia st.Tis -..!.... 1H 41 218 Arthur I'bico, 7 rs .- ,..i SJ -to CSUInssavon c, flrs , 135 lWlthBtnw,(!ts S.13.1 mi 3d st nw, 0 rs 2.11)0 1911 Larch st, o rs.., 2.1 so CIS l st n o, d rs , , eim 2818 N st n Wt 8 rs ! 33 00 1318 Vstn w,7rs...i ,-.,v SI CO 151110thstnw,7rs , S3 IB -jJtmhstSe,10rs , WTO lCOTNorthCapltolst.Ors..., - SO f0 U)stsw, 0 rs WOO 14l Uoundary avau w,9 is.... i!0 M 612 Cst no, 0 1S..I ..; 20 W 1817 aith stnw. 7 rs .-... '' ao40 435 list nw, Ors ii. ..;...t il9J3 ..MUVIIB..I YY, U a. I. .,.. ..., ...... W4. Shannon l'laco, Anacostla, 7rs ....- SO. 00 Oil O stnw, 8 rs..... ..,'. 18 30 1830Estn w, Brs..... , 18 30 32Myrtlo st,7rs , i 18 00 sin l-stnw, a rs .-. 'i7 8o 408 L stnw, ors i..i. ...... 10 W 0.H8thHt llw.Ors..; ,...., taco ssio isth stn w.ars, ....... ..,.,..,. 10 oo 713 A Bt u e, 0 rs ,.,.,...,.. ,, is 40 110Mstn.w,drs , 1V3Q. IU3) Uoundary avenue n w, B rs... , i , 15 00 Qisothstne.-Ors ... ,1100 , A complete bulletin, published every Mon day.jndyliehad upon application -nl our of lice, olthcr In person or by card, . B. II. WAHNEIt fc CO. TJ10118ALE , , ELEGANT SPACIOUS. KESIDKNCK HtONTlNCI ON iMcPIlEKSONBQUAHE, NEAll "TDK 'AlUINGfON"' AND "NOH- MANDIK" HOTELS. , Three story and llasomcnt Drlek ttoiinn, three rooms deep, With extra LATttiK DINING DOOM, flno Parlors, nnd very commodious lied Chambers, Dath-rooms and Clothes) presses; largo and cheerful front basement; nlllnn sn.vnf ..n.n. InimiIIim .f.ui, .fPhla la ft very desirable property, and will be sold fon 25,oduouKABY TEHMS, Jfor permit; to In spect, apply to r J. V. N. HUYCK f CO., i No,1505 I'elulsylvanla Avenue ' IpOIJ HALE TO CLOSE AN ESTATE. 'MUST BTC SOLD. MOST VALUABLE ritOPERTY, ON V.iSSA- CHU8ETTS AVENUE, 'OVEItLOOKING THOJlAtf CHICLE. Lot '05 f i)et front on the Avenue Amf Circle;, contains overB.eoO iquarti foot of ground, with Width and depth sufllelent for two (2) Fine Dwellings, around worth 85 per foot, l'rosoat Improvement, n-16-room,Brlolc Houw. renting for Jl.soo per-annum. Nearly 3,000 feet of .beautiful Parking, Ornamental Trees and BhriibBtrlpeslaidforfVuntaln. Priflo, tlWf). Apply to J, V.'If. HUYCK CO.. No. 1505 lennsylvanltt Venue. TTOrt nENT-FUHNISHED, THE DiaiH J able residence now occupied 'by Colonel parilcl S, Lnmout: v. Ill be rontod for one year or longer to a flrst-ojass tenant. For prlcoatid permit to Inspect tho premises apply to J.V.N.IIUYO'KaCQ., 1505 yonn. avo. 110YS (JAN JUKE OOOI) DEAL OF Jj money by selling tho Artificial lluttnn- nolo Doutiuet and Dudgos. 713 Market Space. .Latest Imtohted' Novelties, SEATON t-ERRV (Successor to 1'crry & Hro.), HAH NOW OPEN A VEHY LAttOH AND COMl'LLTK STOCK OP IMPORTED HntINO AND HUMMER NOVELTIES. T1U:8E GOODS AltK DIRECT IMI'ORTA. TIONS AND PKIIKONAL SELECTIONS MADE IN NEW YORK DURING THE PAST WEEK, AND INCLUDE MANY CHOICE ARTICLES THAT CANNOT BE DUPLI CATED. NOVELTIES IN OXl'ORD ItAYE SILKB. NOVELTIES IN INDIA SILKH. NOVELTIES IN PERSIAN BILKS.' NOVELTIES IN SHANGHAI SILKS. NOVELTIES IN ORENADINES. NEW STRIPED AND PLAID HURAII SILKH. NOVELTIES IN PARIS COMBINATION hUITS. NOVELTIES IN ALL-WOOL FRENCH DRESS FABRICS, HENRIETTAS AND BROAD. CLOTHS. NOVELTIES IN EMBROIDERED ROBES. NOVEI.TIEH IN PARAhOLS. NOVEL11KH IN UMBREI.LVS. " NOVELTIES IN IIANDKERCIIlEl'S. NOVELTIES IN HOSIERY. NEW SPRING WRAPS. NEW SPRINO JACKETS. NEW BEADED PELERINES. NEW EMBROIDERED 1 ICHUS. NEW C1IUDDA 811 VWI S, NEW TREl OUSSE KID GLOVES. , NEW BLACK SILK GLOVES. DR. WARNER SCORAI.INB CORSlil'S. THOMPSON'S GLOVE-flTTING CORSETS. HthNCHO. P. (OR8ETS. NEW IRISH AND GERMAN LINENS, NEW IMPORTED WHITE (100US. NEW bCOrCH GINGHAMS. NEW 1'IIENCHATEI:NtS NEW LINEN LVWNS NEW TENNIS FLANNELS SUPERB ASSORTMENT OF PRIEM'LEV'S AND I.IJPIN'HCELKIIRATEI) BLCK DRESS FABRICS IN ALL THE NEW WEAVES. tOURTLAND'S ENGLISH CRAPES AND LUPIN'S CARMELITE VEILS rir-AN EARLY INSPECTION IS SOLICITED fcifOHOKJE GOODS, PLAIN FIGURES AND CORRECT PRICES. SEATON PERRY, l'criy Building, Pennn, avenue, oomer of Ninth street, Established 1810. .imv,si:mi:.7,s. f-- - -K -v eONGREGATIONAL f HURCII, 'UIE STODDARD LECTURES. Course A, ovenlngsof Mai oh s, 8, n, 13, io. " B ' ' 0 & I ' 18 20 TWO COURSES EX CTLY U.IKI3." ' ' MAGNU U'ENTLY ILLUSTRATED. I,-OLDENGIAND. II, dlOLLAND AND BELGIUM !II.-CAJU)INAL IttCHELIEU. IV. 'FLORENCE, Y""OME- Course Tickets, lusertpd kunU, ti and 8, at 3. F. Ellis Ctf.'s M" Pa. ai,; single tlgUet, '" UUICITT & NORTH, Managei 9, i.tfi'M.'.iibA r.i. A WIAt'fJirS nilAND Ol'KllA-IIOU8n. Kvery Evening, MATI.VEIJ HATUIH).Y. ROBERT MANTELL, In n gofgeous si oclneulnr rev l at of Alexan der Dumas' Dual Hoiminc, tho xdCORSIGAN BR0THER3t Present) d Wlthcntho Now Kecnciy nnd Cos tumes. I JIK (itllJAT'stASK HALL, Introducing tho world-renowned DWKM I'OUT IlIldTllltrtH and the (Iraciful (Iro tesipies, TDK TIIItEi: LOHKLLAB. Next Wcck-MAHY AXDKUSON. TI ARRIS' BIJOU THEATRE. S eck of February 25, Matinees Titos., Thtiri. and Sat. Tho Mpnnrelis of M;odcrn Minstrelsy, BARLOW BROS. MINSTRELS. Stronger mid Bcttei Thnii Evert All Nuw Features! Next week-.I. IL rolk-MIXED PICKLES. It ARRIS' BIJOU THEATRE. -AN 1NTEU:STINOANNOUNCE.MENT- SUliDAY AFTERNOON, JtARCIia, One Grand Concert hy tho Rcproscntathe Feature ot the Inauguration. A GENUINE OOMBOY BHN6, Accompanying the Denver (Cob) Repub lican hCOWBOY MARCHING CLUB. ATrcnl IHtiaordliiary? Ilnffalo BlIlsMHon. W.l. Cody) l'rotegos. Announcement ot Rcscr 0 Soat Hulo will bo mado Inter. A LBAUOU'S GRAND OPERA-HOUSE. MONDAY, .MARCH I Engagement ot Miss MARY ANDERSON, Supported hy Mr. Henry E. AfJbcy's complete dramatic company INTIIE-FOLLOWINO PLAYS! Monday nnd Tuesday, March 4 and 8, rYOMALION AND OALATEA And COMEDY AND TRAGEDY. Wednesday, Thursday, rrldny and at tho Sat urday Matinee, THE WINTER'S TALE, f-iitiu day Night, March 0, spcolftl performance , by .Miss Anderson. THE L.DY OF LYONS. BOX OFFICE OPEN PltOMjl A.M. TOO P. M Prices, $2, Sl.W), SI and 75o., nccording to lo cation. EL RRI8' BIJOU THEATRE. SPECIAL PERFORMANCE. SUNDAYiEVENINO, MATtCIl 3. The King of Humorists, BILL NYE And Iho lrlnee of Toets and Comedians JAMES WH1TCOMB RILEY, VII( give ono. of their Inimitable perform. juices. A Carnival of Wit, Pathos and Fun. Reserved scats, 7Bc. and SI. Tor Bale at Brcntano's. WV PATRIOTIC ORDER Vff JOtO, BONS OF AitERIOA. lOOD. GRAND INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT BT THE W. S. TUTTtHiNE BKISD, Under tho auspices of WASHINGTON CAMPS, Nos. 1 and 2, ai listed by MR. WM, BRODKRICK AND MISS LIZZIE ANNAtDALE, The celebrated Basso and Contralto of tho EMMA ABBOTT ENGLISH OPERA'CO., AT ALBAUGIFS GRAND OPERA-HOUSE, SUNDAY EVE., MARCH 8, 1689, AT 8 P.M. Mr. John Phillip Sousn, Musical Director. General admission, SI. Roscrved seats, S1.23 and SI W. For salo nt Ellis' Musle Store, W7 Fcnim. ave.i 'News Stand Riggs Houso, and at Opera-110uo on day of concert. KERNAN'S NEW WASHINGTON TUBA 'THE. Eleventh street, south of Pennsylvania nve. Matinees Mon., 'ftios , Tliurs. and Sat. HARRY WILLIAMS' OWN SPECIALTY CO. Inauguration Eve.. Sunday, March 8, Grand , Concert afternoon tend night. Noxt-Qpcnlng SUNDAY MIDNIQHT-Loa- viii h jinropoan novcuiea. Vi LOBE THEATRE, A i'i 'onnSTivanlanvonun.neiu-ltthRlr(.i,f. Matinees every Afternoon nta p. mj FIRST-CIA8S VARIETIES . JJvery Night. Admission 10, 0 and DO cents. VTATIONAL THEATRE. THIS WEEK. ABBOTT " " r-GRAND ENGLISH OPERA COMPANY-- I'll itnlit tr ftmrn a mnntu l .Frlduy, NORMA. Saturday Matinee, RUY BLA8, Saturday' Nlglit, MIKADO. Frlduy, NORMA. I.-SAUUUlfAiVUN WEEK, PHUL K74IUVn W - Tho original groat oast, lnoludlng" Josoph llnwortb and Cnrrlo Tnmor. TWo carloads of scenery, Scats now on Sale. TT IS1TOR8 PLEASE HEAD. " A GREAT COMBINATION EXHIBITION. PANORAMA BATTLE OF 8IIILOH .UFFNL'R'S ROYAL MIDGETS SECOND WEEK -MONDAY, FEB. US. Kuiy Afteiiioou and Efeiiliig, Including Sunday. Tho biniillcst Huiimii Ile-liira In tho World, MISS LUCIA ZAItATH, loinJaminiJ!tWl! actual piesent weight, " 4llw..nnd MAJOR A'l"OM, Doin .luuo 20, lsui: tho smallest nnd most per fectly founed llttla man lu thu world. Tho s.unolltllo people who created such n xciiKntlou In this olty tun tears ngn will hold their receptions nt tho above Panoiama of tlio Haiti.) or Milloh. 'Iho most tuirlllu Bat tle of tho latownr. It Is undoubtedly ono of thu mobt Httlklugly efteetho winks of art eu'i-roneehed or oxeeuted by man, Llfo liUo paintings of Major Genotal U. S, Grant, Gcneiuls Polk nnd lhngg, Majoi-Gonernl D, C. Buull, General S. A. Hurlhtut, General U'. II. L. Wiillaco, General Johnston null a num ber of other famous soldiei s. Tlio Tiyo Com bined Exhibitions. I'AMHIAM V HA'PTLE, 01' SIIILOH ANll lKPNEH'H ROYAL MIDGETs ir .IORONE PltltlE OF ADMISSION Panorama open from On m, to io p, in. Widgets' reuqptlon, it to f) iiftenn)on9,7to0 oenlngs. N. 11. 'Jllss Luola Zmato'svalua bio diamond ring wilt bo presented to any In fant, oho year out or oyer, who oan wear It, irj".''"''.'iiF'i INAUGURAL STORE NEWS n ii BY & On every hand may be seen the busjr preparations to accommodate the vast throng of people expected to visit the city during the next few days. As the time draws nigh the pulse quick ens, and the question is whispered, "Is everything ready ?" The demand the past few days has made great in roads into the stock yet we Can say it is still impact complete. RECHJIStTE FOR THE BALL. We hnvo boon (Catherine tills stock with special reference to tbR.InnUKnriiLBall, und bothjten and Ladles will Unit hern nhnfwt everything- thoy will rcaulre, uud ut lt Iwit. I'OR LADIES: Krenlnp Gloves, Elegant Flips, Lntot Neckwear, Itnal I.a.m Henrfs, Unost Hllk Hosiery, Real Ijico Ilnndkeruhiefs, Etc., Etc. MEN'S REQUISITES. Fimcy-bosom Shirts. I atcst stylo Collars. Link Cuffs. Pearl Cliffs. White Lawn Bows. Black Silk Hoo. .. Japanese Hllk Handkerchiefs, to., &c, &c. It Is BUpcrnuouH for ns to say that the Men' Furiilslilnpi offered by us aro ntnoltitely cor reot, as thohlKh reputation and (mormons patronage thlx department onjoys Ii most eonclmlvo avldcnre that tho artlcln4 therein are strictly alqmmli. , Will you decorate f Red, whllo and bluu Imntln. OnlySoiior jnrd. IliiutlilK of tho stars nud atrlpu Only Bo per yard. All Silk Fluss, 18o each. All Silk nogs, 230 each. HARRISON'S PHOTO. ON WOOD - 1,000 Cabinet .Size. Rutin Photographs bt Be-ilainln Harrison cm blocks of wood chip of tlio old block. Only Wc. ouch. A FEW WORDS ON BED COVERINGS. Customers ha o frequently asked us If wo thonght wo would havo a plenty of this or that Blanket or Comfort on hand dining tho Inauguration, nnd whether vu would rutpo their prlccji or not In nnrfwrr io tho first miction It Is Imnossl- bio to sa .v how how long a lot of goods will last. as everything depends on tho demand, To the lattor inquiries onnswor th it MS novoi- raise our prices under any circumstances. We offer as speolnls: A fair quantity of Bleached HheeU, In cot size, for uOe. each. A fair quantity of Bleached Double-bed Shoots, atOSo.eaeh. A fair quantity, of White Fringed Bod Spreads, at 05c. each. A fair quantity of Print Comforts, at the low prlco of 60o. each. , A Targe supply tf Gray Double-bed Blankets, tit $183 per pair. 100 colored. Honeycomb Bedspicad, at SI each. oco pairs 11-4 extra quality Gray Double-bed Blankets, only SL75 par pair. tct) oxtru-hca" vy Doublo-bed Print Comforts, lined with tnrkey red, fancy quitted nnd an excellent bargain, only $1.23 each. W0ODWA71D& LOTIIROP, Corner ijth and V sts. n. w. UNPREOEDENTBD ATTRACTION. OVER A MILLION DISTRIUUTED. Ld.. o. L. LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY (JOMPiNY Incorporated by tho Legislature In. J 808 for Educational and Charitable purposes, and Its franchise mode a part of tho present mats Constitution, In .1870, by an ovxu IwiiEUiuio roraun vote. Its. GRAND EXTRAORDINARY DrfAW INOs take ptaco Beml-Annuallri.(June and December), and Its GRAND DINGLE NUM JJKKJIRAVvINGS tnko place onoaali of too umrr leq momiui m uio year, uuu ore an urawn in puuuo, Nmv Orleans. La. drawn In .public, at tho Academy of Mnslo, Wo dbheAiby certify that we niperylse. the arrangements for all of the Monthly and Kern I Annual Drawings ot tho Louisiana, state. Lottery Co.; and m person manago and oon tioi the Drawl ncs themselves, and that the. paroq ore conducted with honosty, fairness, and in good faith toward all parties, and we. BUthorl.a tho Cpmpany to uso this oertldoato, yvllhfoc-slnilles 6t onr signatures attaclied, n It advcrtlsemunts." O. T. Beauregard, J. A. Early, COMMISSIONERS. Wo tlio undersigned Banks and B Inker will pay all Prleen drawn In the Lontelano. btato Lotteries, which may ba promoted at car counters ll.M.'WAI.MST.KY, l'rt. T.u.Niit. Hunk. 1', I-ANAUX, 1-reiit.Htntu Nnt. Il.iilk. A.lIAI.nWlN.l-reHt.N, o, Nut. Iliiuk. CAHI. KOHN. l'rest: Union i Nut. ll.iMc. GBAND MONTHLY DRAWING At tlio Acndeiny or SIuslo, Now Oiicnun TUKSOAY. niurcli IS. 188U. CAPITAL PRIZE, $300,000. 100,000 Tickets at Twenty Dollars each- Halies, 810: Quarters, $; Tenths, &l; Twentieths, $1. LIST OF PRIZES. 1 PRIZE OF $300,000 la 3:100,000- 1PR1ZEOF 100,0001s ,.,. 100,000 1PR1ZEOF 1)0,0001 00,000 1 PR1ZUOF SD.OOOts.,,, ,,,.,, 'JTl.OCKV UPRIZESOF 10,000 aio UO.OOO. n pit zKsoi' n,(KH)nro., ...... a.1,000- US PRIZES OF 1,000 are., .... W.000 100 PRIZES OF coo nro r.o,ooo yoopiiizkaoi' moo are oo.ooo COO PRIZES OF UOOuro... .,., 100,000 ArruoxiuATioN Pmi-.ts. 100 Prizes of J500 ure S'.o.ooo. lOOPrltesof llOOnre ,. ., 110,000 iuorrl7osof 200 aro , '.'0,000 TniMiNAC PntzES. OnOPrUejof 100 aro SIO.OOO 001) I'rUoj ot lOOaiu 00,000 3,101 Prlos, amounting to.. , ,,.$!, 031, 800 Notb. Tickets drawing Caplt.il Prliosaro not-entitled to termluul prizes. ISTFon Ccvn Raies, or any turthur Infor mutton desired, wiltu legibly to tlm under signed, clearly stating jour losldenco, with State, Comity, Street and Number. More rapid rotiirn mal delivery will bo assured by your enclosing an Envelope bearing your full ttddroas. bind Postal NoW Express Motiey Ordors, of New York Kxchaiigo In Ordinal y lettor. Curreuuy by Ejprms (at our oxmme) ad diessed M, A. DAUPHIN, Now Orleans, La. Addicts HecUtoicd Lottoia to New Orleans National Bank; NEW ORLEANS. UK. REMEMBER THAT ONE DOLL Ut Is tlio J rlto of iho smallest part or fiaotlon of a ticket Issued In anv drawing. Anything in our mumi offered nt a loss piloo, l either a, eounterfolt or n swlndlo. ' REMEMBER, also, that tho payment ot Prizes Is attARANl'EELI BY FOUR NA 1IONAL BANKS of Now Orleans, and thu Tlokots aro slgnod by tho Preldont of an In tllon whoso eharlertd rights aro reoog nlzeU lu the hlghcit Courts; tbereforo. bo ware of all Imitations and. anonymous sebomei," PEERLESS BYES &S j .' T..., 44rfe ' . iTiriM tnMrsiil g.i..j -AL-rv ., Mw&Hd.