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THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 17, 1887.
,. 1. i II ! INN VY, ) WASHINGTON OIUTIO WABHINUTONOUTOUEIl 17, 1837. TIIK C1TV HlltTH IV. 1 bought a dandy outfit, A rod and reel anil Hoe, Ami gaudy flies and leadors, AUextra-supertlne. I bled me to the mountains. Where hide the speckled trout, And every one said "(Jraclousl" When I took ray ontflt out. I sought tbe nearest trout-brook Upon the mountain side, And not my Rear la order, Concealing 111 my pride. All day I flsbefl and clambered O'er boulders green with slime, And softly said at nightfall, "Well, better lack next timel" And so for a whole fortnight. With features grimly act, X whipped that foaming trout-brook, And got my stockings wet. I got my lino entangled Among the arching trees. And broke mv rod andlsmasbedmyreel; And barked my luckless knees. 1 had as gay an outing As any man could wish; It cost two hundred dollars, And I didn't get a fiib. Journal of Education. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Soys Talcott Williams In tho Phila delphia I'rett! Tho Itcv. Dr. llurchanl will voto for President Cleveland next autumn If the Democratic party gives blmncbance. At least, bo Is now a Arm supporter anil admirer of tho President, whom ho may not unfairly consider tho work of his lips. Borne little lime after tho President went to Washing Ion, Dr. Durchard, who as every ouo knows was a Mugwump, sought and obtained an Interview Willi Mr. Cleve land, was profoundly Impressed with him and has been slnco his zealous sup porter. This Is tho story as It Is notr told In New York. l!ut even If Dr. Durchard votes for Mr. Cleveland tho Democratic candidate's friends will, I take It for granted, see that bo docs not speak for him. Whllo In Vienna, says a London spe cial to tho New York Sun, Mr. Blaine bad an adventure which was Interest ing. As ho was going up tho steps of the opera bouse there he appears to patronlro operas considerably ho Im agined bo saw bis valet, Do Place, to whom ho bad Intrusted his overcoat, banding that useful garment to n stranger. Tho stranger was II. J. Cullcn of Brooklyn, who was going to the opera, too, accompanied by a courier who boro bis overcoat. The overcoats and valets wore so much alike that Dlalno confounded them, and although It was Cullen's mm banding Cullen's overcoat to Cullcn, Dlalno thought his own man bad made a mistake. With prompt decision llialno grabbed tbo coat anil told Cullcn to let go. Cullcn hung on and Joked. lie declared that ho was a good Demo crat, but did not think Illalne was bad enough to try to tako the coat of a com- Iiatrlot whom ho met in a strango and. Blaine was mystified. Ho docs not know now that It was Cullcn who led his delegation for Cleveland. Cul len's coat was a gray one faced with Bilk like bis, and ho continued to hold on and to uprald Cullcn and the courier, whom bo mistook for his own valet, until bis daughter camo up, apologized to Cullcn and pacified her belligerent S Brent with the assurance that they ad got tho wrong man and tho wrong coat, and that bis coat and valet were faithfully awaiting him inside the op era bouse. Mr. Cullen sails for Amer ica on the Travo on November 3, and expects to bavo a good time telling the story how Mr. Blalno attempted high way robbery. Bays tho New York Sun: Bev Tucker, as everybody In Washington calls htm, has been at tho New York Hotel for a few days, IIo Is an old man cow, but be Is a lively one, and great bavo been bis experiences. Buchanan mado him Consul to Liver pool and Jell Davis kept htm going back and forth between Europe, Canada, and tho Confederacy, and ho Is now a parliamentary lawyer In Washington, and everybody's friend. It was Bev Tucker who found for tho widow of Ocncral Pickett a place In tbo Departments at Washington, and she was for a whllo under tho wing and shelter of Mrs. Tucker and tbo Colonel In Washington. Colonel Bev, Sena tor Joo Blackburn and Colonol Winter smith aro the rival story tel lers of tho Capitol, but Colonel Wlntersmltb's havo now tho flavor of tho chestnut tree. Those of the others never. Colonel Bev's brother, Han Tucker, as everybody calls him, Is also hero as ono of tho counsel for tho Chicago Anarchists. Han Is now out of Congress, largely because ho Is a free trader, partly becauso he bates politics and loves tho law. Ho Isn't the man of the world that Colonel Bev Is, but lilies fun. It was Han Tuclicr who asked Garfield as tho Qeoeral was leav tbo cloak room of tho House to go to the Chicago convention in 1SS0, who tho Republicans wcro going to nomi nate? "It's as likely to bo mo as any body, Rau," replied Garfield, throwing bis arm around Tucker's neck, for they were great chums. After tbo convention Mr. Tucker pondered long aud thoughtfully about that remark, and mado up his mind that It was a bint. .. SiyB Mr. Macllrlde In a recent con tribution to tho Cincinnati Kn'utrer: General Robert V. Schcnck continues to have his good health, and ho takes frequent walks upon tho Avenue. When In Congress bo was a factor In tariff legislation. Pull well ho knows tho trouble ahead when tho tariff Is sought to bo revised. Upon one occasion ho abandoned the bill which bo had re ported as chairman of tho Ways and Means Coramltteo becauso of lis amend ment, and In so dolog announced that the bill "bad been kicked to death by pismires and grasshoppers." Tho Ohio contingent In Congress was much monger In tho by-gono years than now. In 1L3 days of reconstruction, wheu party feeling ran high, Job U Steven son of Ohio was chairman of tho Elec tions Committee. Ho was an Intense party man. If a contest was mado In n boutnern district tho allegation to sus tain it was "lolcuco." If from tho Northern section It was "fraud." I can recall an occasion when llio Elections Committee had tho floor nf nn after noon and night sessions. In tho after noon Dr. Moffat of Philadelphia, tbo titling member, was turned out, and General Myers, whom ho had defeated a hundred or more votes, was l en bU scat. At tho night session Stevenson took tbo floor. In his deep, sepul chral, bass tones ho openetl a ciso from tho sonata chord ' (knllemen, to day wo bad beforo us a case of fraud. To night wo bavo a caso of vlolonc o. And, upon tho mere allegation, almost, another carpet bagger, even with a full quota already In, got his sent. Columbus Delano, In the 1 louse of Representatives, acquired a reputation more for bis attention to commltteo work, than florid oratory. Quito tbo rovcrsovillh John A. Bing ham. Allhough possessed of tbo smallest frame usually given man, ho was tho orator of tho body, and his voice filled tho great hall without an effort. Near him tat l.c Blond, a handsome, black curly-hatred member, aver aggressive and a stickler for tho rights of tho State. Another bright member was Mr. Itubbcll, from Delaware, who eventually yielded to tho temptation of drink. Hugh J. Jcwctt rarely said much, except when reports from tho Judiciary Commltteo had tho floor. Ex President Hayes, who was chair man of tho Library Committee, hod a seat on tbo very outer row, and did not make a single speech. Jim Ashley, tho burly Member who was ono of tho im peachment managers against Androw Johnson, was, I think, the first chair man of tbo Civil Scrvlco Committee, . Tbo Washington correspondent of the Cincinnati Timet Star learns from an informant who is well acquainted with ex-Senator Jones of Florida that "tho Senator's troublo Is doublcss a softening of tho brain. It has keen coming on gradually for years, but Is as gradually growing worso. Ho Is n man of strong will, and evidently has In his own mind realized this breaking down of bis mental faculties. IIo withstands all efforts on the part of bis sons and daughter to induce him to tako medical treatment, to leave bis present location, or make any changes which would be likely to provo bene ficial to bis condition. Ula eons aro unremitting In their attentions to him. Ono of them Is constantly with him, though they must find tho burden a heavy one, for tho Senator bad accu mulated little, If anything, In a finan cial way, and lie still Insists upon living at a prominent hotel In Detroit. Tho tbreo boys are faithful, affectionate, bard working sons, and do for their father tho best they can. Yet they un doubtedly sec, as anybody must who Is familiar with bis caso, that his con dition Is gradually growing worse, and Is probably an entirely hopeless ono now," 7011 IX ALL HAVVCSVn. Sir, Whitney's Appointment ns Head of tho Nnvy Department How Mr. Whitney happened to get tho appointment of Secretary of tho Navy Is thus Ingeniously told by ono of the clever fabricators of tho Cincin nati Commercial Qasctlc; It Is a well-known tact that Mr. Ueo. Jones of tho Mew York Timet stands high with the Administration, and tho President has often expressed himself as being under deep obli gations to Jones for the hearty support given him dm log the election. The story that has just hecomo current Is to the effect that after the election and when the papers of tho country wcro making op the Presi dent's Cabinet, Mr. Cleveland lolt that the time bad arrived when ho should thank bis Independent friends. Accordingly be wrote a very generous loiter oi inaoas to Air George Jones, In which he expressed the be lief that blfl election was In the main due to the Independent voters, and that tbo Timet bad rendered htm very valuablo service, end that he would be pleased If Mr. Jones would Indicate In some manner hovr he, the President, could repay the debt of gratitude. This lettcrwas highly prized by the Timet and received qulto a circulation among a select few. In his reply Mr. Joacs was profuse with compliments and wound up by aaylog that the 2"tmf, waa Instigated In Us support out of love for a pure administration, and that the putting Into practice tbo avowed prlncl- f!te of reform aa advocatod by Mr. Clove BLd and supported by tho Timet was all tbo reward be coutd ask for. Now, suggests the correspondent, will bo seen the tine Italian hand of Wlltlain C. Whitney. Ytbtle tbo above correspondence waa going on the name of Mr. Whitney as a model reformer and Just tho man for Sec retary ct the Navy was prominently men tioned by all tho New York papers with tbo exception of tho 'Jimei, The Timet handled Mr. Whitney's name In a way that brought that gentleman to action. Mr. Whitney, after ono or two editorial notices bad appeared In tho Timet wroto Mr. Jones a letter asking what ho had done to deserve such treatment. A reply was sent aaylog that tbo unfavorable notices would ceaso. Hut, for some reason, they continued, and, If anything, the references to Whitney tie came rnoro frequent and In a severer strata. Atlait endurance ceased to bo a vlrtuo, and Whitney sent a pleading letter to Mr. Jones praing htm to "call oft bis dogs," This time the object of the "tearful mis sive" waa accomplished. Joces wroto back saying that the edi torials complained of would appear no more; that In fact Mr. Whitney was Just the man for the head of tbo Navy, and that ho bad the greatest admiration for bis abilities. Armed with this letter of glowing admlra-l tloo, Mr. Whitney turned It over to Cleve land, who now saw an opportunity to show nil appreciation lur tuo tvum ronucrcu uim by Jones, and that night William C. Whit ney was chosen for the Navy portfolio on tbe strength of a letter from the able editor of the 'Iimet. Ever since Whitney's appointment Jones has kicked himself for writing that letter. PEitAxnvLATiyg sciEynsTs. Exploring Kipedltlons liy Members of the Kntloaal Museum Stuff. -Professor W. T. Hornaday, tho tax!" dermlst of tlio National Museum, left last week for an extended collection tour through tbo Northwest, mostly In Montana Territory and Oregon. Tho object of his trip Is to procuro mamma lian specimens, pattlcuhrly those ant mnls which aro rapidly becoming extinct, bucIi as bufTalos and bears. Vi of cssor 1 W Clark of tbo National Museum baa returned from Europe, where ho spent his vacation. Though tho Trofessor's was a pleasure trip, ho kept a lookout for things of value to the museum, and mado somo addition to the collection of precious stones. h F Ward and V K. Knowlton, who have bicn awe) on a tour through tbe Yd lowstone region In the Interests of the Na tional .Museum and the Geological burvey, have returned to this city. Dr. W. 11. Diiall has returned from hi vacation trip and Is at his accustomed place In tbe National Muieum. Lieutenant Holies, Profeeior Mason, and Mcftrs. Thomas Sweeney and Walter IIoulIi, four gentlemen emplo)ed In the National Muitum, onrat.Uud themselves Into an explorlrg expedition reccuth, and went down tho river to Plscataw ay Creek, J i it above Port Washington, aud found one of the ilchettdtpoilta cf marl, containing luce nuantitlta of fosslU. 'lhu denoilt coi-slbta of mud aud fossil, oyster, clam, mall, a m1 many other kinds o! shells, and remains ot eburke, suverul shark's teeth be leg found. Au Itntneme fossil oyster was dug up that Mould hold a quarter of a peck TbU marl Is fliDllnr to that eo largely shipped hero from North Carolina excipt that It dous not routatn plioipbote. It would, however, be nf great alue as a fertilizer. Tbe explorers stayed all day and duj around for rpcclueus, n large number of i bldi are now in tho Muieu'u. The mine parly Mill scon mike another trip to tbo in cm place, ar.d as they will have more fue links better results may bo expected. Ma-kii Kali: for $1,000, Charley C. s I.tnktatllrlgbtwood.'Luts.,Oct lS,3.30p m. Alilrriioy Dairy MrtixonH. Fresh Alderney nutter, churned every moiulng and delivered In 4 lb "Ward" Erlnts, 40c. per lb. Also cottage cheese, uttirmtlk and awett milk, Sc. per qt. Cream, ISc. per pt. ritAXli HViTf.HV MUllllEU. The Cftie Called fur Trial In the Crim inal Court Judgo Montgomery wss on the bench In the Criminal Court this mornlog. The first esse with which bo bss to deal is thatof John Lee and Joseph Taylor, chsrged with killing Frank Waters on tho 13th of last August, near the Soldiers' Home. J.,W. Walker and II, 0, Clagett appeared for Taylor, and T C. Taylor for Leo. Mr, Taylor moved for a severance, which was granted, and tbe trial of Lee was proceeded with. The Jury In tho case Is as follows: llenlamln F. Hart, George 0. Bolder, John II. Streets, Simon C. Uurnett, J. Ilradley Adams, M. W Ferryman, John Imlrlo, Joseph 8. Worthlngton, Frank V. Oflutt, Fugeno Sherry, Mark II. Hopkins and 1-ouls n. Melln. Dr. Edwin L. Morgan was csllcd and testified to findlngwoundsnn Wood, shortly after he was assanlted, In the left-band aide of tbo abdomen, one In the calf tit tho leg, ono evidently made by a blunt Instrument, en tbe left side of tbe head, and a punctured wcund In the left side, between the fifth and sixth ribs. Wood died from hemorrbago and shock ssueed by theso wounds. Lawrence bailey was called to the ataud. He stated that on tbe day of tbo murder bo and Waters and a man named Price Handy left Watera' bouso, on M street, between Twenty-first and Twenty-second, to go to Stott's Station to dig a well. On tbe way they stopped at Mount I'leassnt and bad a lew drinks. Ibey proceeded on their way and at Kock Creek Church met Lee and Taylor. Waters Jumped ont of the cart and aquarrel commenced, and white they were talking jee cuncneu wun watera ana rayiorarew a knife. Bailey crabbed Taylor and while scullltng with blm beard a tremendous blow atruck, and as bo turned be saw W atcra staeger towsrd the ditch and Lee following with a knife In his hand. Taylor tben lunged at blm (Ualley) two or thrco times and wounded blm slightly. Waters cried out that he u as cut and Lee left him It log In tbe ditch. llalley and brtce llandy took Watorsto tbecart. tbeyltn mediately drove forborne, but did not dis cover for some time that bo was wounded elsewhere than In tho forehead. GENERAL HEWS NOTES. New Orleans sugar Is now wholly In the conlrol of tbe BugarTruit. bherlfl fctepbenson of Clinton, Me., has been oi rested, charged with tho murder of a tramp. The U. B. grand Jury at Tucson 1ms found an Indictment against Oerontmo for kill! dc lu the Conlta alley last Juno. Boodler McGailgle, Uo escaped from Chicago, Is living with his family at Jordan Station, on the Uraud Irunk KoaJ, In Canada. Three hundred Knights &t BhumoUln, Tenn., yesterday, approved the order of the Heading Road Id requiring examinations In colors. It Is stated that Joseph Pulitzer, publisher of tbo New York World, will soon Issue the St. Louis 1'oit'liitjiatch as a dally morning paper. iltss Carrie Worth log ton, daughter of ex-Congressman Worthlngton, fell from a steamboat while returning to Peoria, 111,, from an excursion on Saturday evening and waa drowned. Mrs. Vilas, wife of tbo I'ostmaster-Gen eral, being prostrated by tbo fatigue of the trip, Is too weak to travel to-day, and ru mains at Nashville. A military guard will bo provided to firotcct tho Apache-Mojsvvo Indians when hey are removed from Ban Carlos to tbe Verdi Valley, In Arizona. Tommy Ward of Chicago severely de feated Jack Conner of Cincinnati In a prize fight for $50 a side and a purse, near b.lmnood.0., yesterday afternoon. The Union Coal Company of Pennsyl vanlawill discharge all miners unable to speak English, aa serious accidents have happened from misunderstandings. Ernest Tendelmano fell upon a switch target rod yesterday, tbe rod passing en tlrely through bis body. It took thirty-five minutes to remove It, yet he may lire. The Carroll Memorial Fair Tbe Emmet Guards have consented to be present on tbe occasion of tbe opening of tbe fair for the benefit of tbo Carroll Me morial Church, at tho armory of tbe 5a tlonal Illlles, on G street, this evening, at 8:30 o'clock. The First Symptoms Of all I,uiijj diseases aro much thesamot fccrislineas, lem of appetite, sure throat, pains in tho chest and back, hendacho, etc, lu a fewd.iji jou mny bo mcII, or, on tho other hand, jou may bo down with Pneumonia or "gillopliig Consumption." Iluu no links, but begin Immediately to tako Ajers Cherry I'cctoral, Sewrul j ours ago, .Limes Hire hard, nf Daricn, Conn , was iscicril HI. Tho doctors said ho una la Consumption, und that they could do nothing for him, but adUcd him, asn last usnrt.to try Ajer'a Cherry Pectoral, AttiT Inking this inedktne, two or tlireo months, ho was pronounced a well man. Ills health remains good to tho present day. J, S. Ilradley, Maiden, Mutts., writes : " Threo w Inters ago I took a ko ere cold, which rapidly de eloped Into llronihltls nnd Consumption. I was so weak tint I could not uit up, was much t maciatcd, and coughed Incessantly, I consulted several doctors, butjhey wcro puwer less, and all agreed that I waa la Con sumption. At last, a friend bi ought mo a bottle of Ajer'a Cherry Pectoral. From tbo first dose, I found relief. Two bottles curpil im and my health has since been perfect." Ayer'-s Cherry Pectoral, rrtEVAnED hy Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. eoldbyollDruffglsts, Price! ; Blxbot'les.es. mr.i. bllNKY.-Oetobor 10, 188T, Patrick Sllney, aged 6e yearn . . , .... Funeral will tako placo from his latorosl deuitj, 4JA C street fcoiUhweul, Tuesday even ing, at S SO o'clock. Interment ut Mt. Olivet timet err. Wnrcn. On Sunday, at 11 a ro.. MarU AnKUtftnbewell, Wife of Her. V. T, L. Vee U. ller friends me invited to ntteud lierfii rrrul at Oraco Metliodint Eplwopal Ctitirch, ronicr of Mnth and S MreeU north Tucfday, tbo Mh, at 11a. in. Interin ot. oak Hilt opt at JJRTAKERS. Y II!IIA11Ij"h. CAIN, FiirnUhlne Un X dertakcr, 1011 Tth at. Everything nrst class and on tho most reasonable terras. Tole-phoneeall41G-a. J. WILLIAM LEE, (buccossor to Iltcry Leo's Sons), 833 PENNA. AVENUE N. W SOUTH BIDE. Ilrnncli Ulllrc, - 40H 111. Ave. H. W. UC1UHT llUItnilOKir, KUHNISWNU UNDKHTAKKK, No. 310 reiroa. .re. n. w., but. M and 4)4 stl Bverrthlna- flrat-fllaM. DEXTER STEAM LAUNDRY, 409 0 Street N. W., COHNEH tlTIl wv. No Extra clinrco for Quick Work PHOTO-ENGRAVING. Having recently otted up a Photo-Engraving Establishment, In connection with my PATENT PU0CB38, I am prepared to fornlnh ILLTJ8TIIAT10NU AT NBW VOUK PHICB3. i'ttotogranhlng on Wood lor the Trade. Ma'arioe Uoyoe, 418 KLKVXNTH BTItEBT, N, W. HUeteli or Caiirmellor lllnclc. Captain Win, Perkins lllack, tho chief counsel In tbe celebrated Anarchist case, Is a man who has gained considerable pruml nenco within a few years. Ho was horn In Woodford County, Kentucky, When qulto young ho left college and enlisted In the United States army aa a private and roso to tbe rank of captain. At tho cloeo of tho war he read law wbllo tutor In a private family near Chicago, and soon afterward succeeded Judge Arrlogton it partner to Judge Dent, a prosperous law firm In tbe Windy City. After his msrrlage, which occurred In May, 181M), bo abandoned law for a while and took to preaching. But be soon turned his attention to the then grow ing question of Socialism, and at tbe earn est request of tbe laboring peoplo of Chi cago consented to tbo use of his name for Congress. Ho was nominated In 1532, but (leorgo It. Davis was elected. Captain Black has devoted himself with great zeal to tbe case of the Anarchists aod feols con fident that the United States Supremo Court will grant bis application for appeal. rnfAHCIAIi AND COMMERCIAL. Petroleum. B. K. Plain A Co , Bt. Cloud UuIMIojc, furnish tbo following Oil quotations: Closed Saturday,; opened to-dav. 70 J: blgbeet, 713; lowest, 70j; 2.15 p. ro., 711. Kerr York Stock Market. The following have becQ furnished by A. Mtcgltl & Co., bankers and brokers. 51j Seventh street northwest. WiMH 6. 2 45 1 IUMB. t O. 3 45 N Y Ccn..... 103U04! Reading "ooj LBhoro DO MJlL&N filj 65j 0 8 51J fill N V 20j 21 WU 71 74 iNPpret'd... Ai 41 Mo Pa M 87 I'M 34J 33 U Pa 41 44g Krlo 3d tili w Tex Slf 314 0 T H1J ltlj Man Wl 1)01 N Pr &" 30 KT 30 lit) CftP 8t P 701 101 Omahft 3."1 M K I WIW1 pTd. NW 101 ilCiJ II T 211 Ml UI1& .... 12t131 WI, Wabp'fd.. 23 12-1 II V 23 23 ULA W 121a 1213 F X I) Erie 2B Sit N K M-l X, JC 70 71 Oil 7l71 D & II.... UTijUS ajliicugu JJnritetM. Tbe following Bummary la by U. K. Plain A Co., yt. Cloul Building, Ninth & F et recta: U. J II. ! 1.. C. 1 Wheat Nov 703 T03 701 70J Deo .... 7-S 7J 71j TJ May 7?) 77J 774 77) Com Nov 41 4I( 40) 40 Deo .... 401 41 401 40 Slay.... 44 441 44 419 Oats Nov 2-i 2'iJ S1J Slj Deo.... 'Jo! 2.-.J ffiit 231 May.... 201 2'JJ BJJ SOI I'ork Nov Dec May.... Lard-Nov .... 6 171 0 20 I 0 15 815 Dec I! 17) 0171 01S Oil .May.... B57j (167)0 521 0 571 Manlnnston Mtoclc Kxchanice, The following were tho quotations on the regular call at the Btock Excbungo to-day, All quotations are for. bocutIUbb to the amount ot $1,000 or 100 shares of stock. Hid. Masonic II oil Bonds 10(1 Washington Market Co. Bonds W'l " " 2d ... R7 Washington UaBltKht Co. Uonda 110 National Bank of the Republic 15" National Met. Bank 170 Second National Bank 120 Farmers' & Mechanics' National Bank of Georgetown 100 Citizens' National Back 110 Washington & Oeorcetown Stock Sl" Capitol & North O Street 40 Columbia H Firemen's Insurance Co 40 Franklin Insurance Co 41 National Met. Insurance Co 70 National Union Insurance Co l'J Arlington Insurance Co 150 Corcoran Insurance Co 51 German-American Insurance Co t.'rO Klggs Insurance Co 8 Georgetown " 43 Washington Brick Machine Co 175 Great Falls Ice Co U" Columhla Title 51 National Safe Deposit Co 100 Thorongldv eloan'o tlio Mood, by uslrnr Di.lVntifl (loldcn Med I till IHaumry, und koikI d lures Hon, n fair skin, hunnt spirits, Btrrnirthnnd tirnlthulH tx-istnl'llelied. (Iol.lt ti Mcdlcul IHacoMry oiks nil hu mors, riom tlio uimuion hiiW' blotch, or ( nipt Ion. to tliouorst Snoliila, or blond iioiwm. 1 kpt ifnilvlinglt irmii Its cflionty in iuili.tr .Silr-rlH'tnii orTitttr, IV cr-son I ftp - joint niwiito, Si minions (-on nnd i-ullhitf9, Kuliutrcd Ulunda, and Kntluff Ulct in Golden Medical Hlwotry cities Consump tion (ulikli U '-i.rotulu ot tlio Lunjrs), by Its woiuUiliil blood-mirCiing, Imljforutlnjr, nud initrlthts j'lopcitUs, Tor Weak l.uuirp, hpltttnir of Blood, bhoilutsi of ltnatli, IiroiiLliitlfl, ?n cro Coughs, ABttimn, Chronlo Nasal Catarrh nnd kindred directions, it la a 8icrplgii rcmvdj. For Toipld LhiT, THllouflwss, or "Liter Complaint." Iijpjlti, nnd Indigestion, it idun iiiunjiiiillotlrt'niedy. Holdbydrutrtrlfcts. in. pirucr.'s iTi.rcTs-Anti- IIIIIohh nml Cut ha rile. i cts.u tiul, by riiniriilflH. ..,-gJjR?ANDTOBA K. of L. 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HntlUK Hiif chased tho stock and good will of Circle Market, corner ot Vt. avo. and L st , wo uaru estly solicit the liberal patronage given our frcdeccsBors, and, by malting Buch additions o Btock as the demand may require, with careful attention to business und prompt de livery of orders, hope to give satisfaction to all Woo patronlro us. Itespocifully. B.L.WILLKTT A B If. U WYNNE, SuecosfW to T. K nroofcn A On JB PRNTlNa. 1UIOMAS MtOILL A CO. tbuccessora to MoUlll A Wlthorow), riEINTBRS AND STEUEOTrYEHS, No. 1107ESt.Northwct, Washington, D. 0. GOOD WOllK AT FAIlt PIUCES. jy O, I'OLKINHoItN, Book, Job and Poator Prlntor. 633 AND ml n STREET N, W. Near corn or 7tti at. CARPETINQS. GEO. WILLNEB IIu in stock it rull line of Carpotiess. a. grades Ollelotlis, Cocoa and Btraw Matthc Also lateBt stales In Woll Taper, NVlodow Bhades and Curtain Oooda. WlM Window and Door Poteens. ruiccd LOW, GI-IOZlGtXl 'W7IXjI-(Xr33?; 4W NINTH BTBBHT NOHTHWRIT, ROYAl V ifROYALKll'flt J, 1 POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel ot purity, etrensrth and wholenoTnonona. More economical than tho ordinary kinds, and can not be sold )n competition with tbe multitude of low test, short weight alum or phonhato Kwdnrs Sot't only in cam. ltnYLUAl O l'OWDKK CO. 1CW Wall st . N. Y. JPERSQNAL I )AIITIKS liming Ilounca onUnpltnl lllilfor saIo or rent should call upstn OSK A CO., SiO U st a o. Houm' rrntdt for ConprcjBraeii, with uhom Knst Wash Idr ton $ rapMlyprovslng ttopnlar. ANl'EUIAI. rKATimKur All woul corkscrew miIi mmly 811 STKASlllTItUKM KOV, Manufacturing Clothiers. 11 li V ut. Dlt.lW'OI.TT, lSHff lltbHt nw. Cn safely end irmancntly euro all ncr toui troubles, rhemnntlum and bodily palm by elecirlrnt and ma"saco treatments. Itoom and lioard It desire!; Iicntctty refcroncct. lib lOU Join llio Kertnmi WrttTTi Club you can cot your watch If you only ri; rvn. iavo. IF fillsa Kate Cluj, XVn rnrtnerljr lived on It I aio, will call on Mr. Mo Kenzlc. No. Kfl3 2d st a w, alio will learn of something to her adrnntntro. AN Fnergollo Wnmitu, ubu In u rirct class Bfnrmtrens, mn Imvo deMriblo rooms to estublNb a "menrllng bureau," wrery facility olTiTrdby nlidv in a good ntlglibor hood. Kjri:Nli,CYitloonire. 7)U CAN 11UT JL llro clothing on ereJtt at cash prices direct from tlio mnniifaptiirir. HTltAMlU ltd tilt A HOV, 1112 Fst. FOItEION 1'ontiigH Htiuiipi, Htnmp Albums; U. 8 Poitaso nnd Department fetamps bought, sold and exclmnpwl; hlgheit prices paid for collections and Dopnrlmont pi amns; wo mii i.iaw loriign siamps tor vw. c, F. HoTllUJcirH, 83jW ra ao a w, 3d storo below iVtj st. NICHOLS IIA1K I.OTIO-V, 31o u bottle, nt barbershop In U.S. I'utcnt Ofllce and lM II st n o. G. C. 1KAKLK, ITnctlcut Wutcli maher and Jeweler, renalra all kinds of Que watches, clocks und Jewelry In tho host manner, nt 10107th stn w. SO yearn' oxpcrlenco IAIlIES l'lnln Wrappers Alndo for J rcc; all kinds of plain sowing done cheap; children's clothes a specialty. 1.M7"th ntnw J A 4. IH.NOAIS'H World-Itenownnd Englbh Enamel for cleaning allklndtof furnlturo and plnnos; will clean all dirt, re move all scratches and bring all colors out, and It dries rorfcctlylnono mlnuto. Head quarters, C2)?lhat u w. Sold by all drug plsts. DK1t & UUKOAN'S Infaltlblo Ke Ointment; a cortaln euro for chronlo sore eyes, granulated, scrofulous, etc; seldom requires all of one box to effect a speedy and pcrlectcuro. Head certllcatcs of wondrful cures lAirfnle at all drug stores. Head quarters. 6J17th st n w. rilYlK-WKITINQ TAUGHT At Itoom S3, St. Clond Building. References. TJOIiEUT HYATT, IV Doalcr In Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meats, Toultry, Game, Fresh Vegetables, Cliolco Fruits, etc. filO llth St. N, V. S KSD I'otftnl Card to Klectrlo Steam lannnry. ion? li st n w. is. T. wntza. prop. CS. KKNFIKLn, I'rncttcal Wntch- maker and optician, has opened at ISrt Fstn w a full line of watches, gold orna ments and optical goods. Repairing chro nometers and Hue watches a specialty. Time locks cleaned and kept In order. R. 11. WHITE, Stttnograplier and typewriter; contracts and speeltlca f nil kinds at reasonable rat es,s pooches, tionsof sermons, tostlmony.eto., accurately reported. a icw purus laseu ai mocerais cnargo. iwa Fstn w, ltoom 13. rll, MVLLKIE, fcpoclallst for tho jvje, ivaruuu iiinrnt. Consultation f reo. OUNYnve nw. I 71 II. YOUNO'a HTKAM OAItl'RT ; Cleaning and Itenovatlng Works. Feathers renovated, mittrosnes made over, furniture steamed und moths destroysd. IU1 Fa avo nw. Factory, corner of bth andtX sts a o. riUCKirrS ltoiiCh(,Snin A Kxclianged J. by Donrntv linos . Ass'n bi uker9, 4S1 1'a av. 1,1 OF.ItMUILLnit, Manufacturer and ' dealer in Baddies, harnets, blankets, trunks, etc., has removed to CI 1 La nvenw, oppoMto City l'ostofflce. Ilest goods at lowest prices; established 1S50. BKRNATtD KESTKUMANN, Mer chant tailor, COS D st n w. Spring styles justrecchod. Suits from 8 JO upward. Clean tng and repairing In tho bent manner. aHIII Latest Purl and London I'lioto gruphlo craze combination portraits; striking, original, artistic. Procurable In America only at tho KENSINGTON AHT hi UDIO. 819 I'd avo. SCHOOL-HOOK i:CHANOK, 1337 3-Jd st and 710 K at u w. Largo stock now, Bhelfworn and second hand Cush paid for all kind of bonks. P. O. MKKUY. I) ITHIlKIt GOODS, Imported and Xlo J mestlo.of nil dcserlptlons, at tho AN OLO AMEHICAN IiUHEIt CO , W3P at n W. I.INOKAVED l'LATE, 1 Prlntlnie !j 10 visiting cards from sarao, 13c; print ing 100 vUltlng cards from tho sarao, 73c; lithograph check books mado to order. J I.. KKIIVANI). 1013 1'n avo n w. CLOTHINU. NOW IS THE TIME To buy your WINTER CLOTHING Gents' hnlts, ranting from 53 to 510; Over coats from 51 to Si's; Men's Working Pants, 1, SI 83, SI 50 and SJ; lloya Pants, 75c, 91 to 51 i0; Uoy bulls, aU-wooI, with short pants, 1.85 and 80, worth S10; Hoys' bthool Hats and Caps, 15, 3 and Wc; Mhses' and Hoys' School hlicics. from t upward Tbo bent Sl.'-o frhocs in tho city, aud our S i Shoei can't be beat, at J. W. SELBY'S, 1BH-1D10 TENN. AVB. N. W. IS. 3D. &-&JEC&L, Importer and Tailor. Spring aoo.1., Mil or the T.ate.tNovol tlest Kue1I.1i. rrench ami bcotclt Saltlues, etc.. Ju.t Hrrlv.d. Mr. llAiat rersoca'ly fits all gtrments mad. Id our establlsatctiut. 1111 Penna. Avenue. The Remington TYPE-WHITER. BTATIONEIIY AND BUrrLIES. NEW DllOP CAIIINETS. WTOEOTF, SEAMAN3 A BENEDICT, Dorset oi Sib anil Fst.. TelciteccNo. &M-8. w REAL ESTATE, IllOlTilAI.B-JOIIN H. SM VTII & CO., 1 Itral Kstato brokers, R2J 8th st n w. Wo 1 cjr to odor tho best liarjmtni In 1m provcl nnd unimproved rrorwriy In tlio city BDii roumy ii iwrnonn upisrinfi in uiy liornw, tlons. REAL ESTATE. VATMOQVE Now ready for Fall and Winter Trade. . M. SADMlKItS 1101 c uno., 1' Street. CHAS. A. IcEUElT, Real Estate and Loan Broier. Office, 1420 P Street N. W., WASHINGTON, V, t Loans negotlatcil In tbo District of Colum bia, Maryland and Virginia, Property bought, Fold and eschaneed. Ilonacs rented and rents collected. lire Insurance placed In rollahlo companies. s. B. LEWIS, 43R 7th Bt., Wushlncton, It. C, Gives special attention to all Ileal Eitnto Trancactionsnnd the Placing of Fire Insur ance In Reliable Companies. PIANOS. lWifBi Fi-Ajsros, Unequaled in Tone Touch, Work manship and Duraoility. SECOND JIAND nANOS. a Ono assortment oi premtnont makea at all prices. 1TANOS FOR KENT. WM. KNABB & CO., 817 Blarkat Bpaee. KEEINa HARDMAN PIANOS. W. G. MBTZBROTT & CO., 903 rrnnHjlvnnla An ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. -lAJll'llKLI. OAltlllNOTOH, Attornoy-at-Law, ItAitcoun Liw DciLDiH. sM La. At... WASniNQTOS, D. O. Bosldonc No. 121B n atrMt Qorthwest BOOTS AND SHOES. A SHOE STORE FLOODED But Not a Single Pair Damaged. Havlnc removed our Povonth street Stock to this storo, and -a No bavin received a larno Iortlon of our lull btock, v.o are actually 1 LOODEU With Fine and Meflinm-Priced Shoes. Among our stock aro many odds and ends, and fomo lines of i!ixtds wo nhall not nil un acaln this reason. Now It's for the Interett or i;viim ( a to ncip us tnma 0 tncne uid and Knds and hurplus Mock for wo aro offer lngthcm at vrlces that will Induce you to purchase In larte quantities. Geo. W. Rich, 717 Market Spice. FINE SHOES Of every description, sultacd to tho wants o( all. btytlsh, duracio. com nrtable and per fcctUttlnR. Made especially for us by the, nest manufacturers, wo carry a .are sioca la every department and seldom fall In butt ing a customer. DALTON & STRICKLAND, BOO IPq. Atto,, Wa-shlnKton, D. C. One-Price Shoo Store. L. HAZELTON. Under odd Fellows' Hall, E. C. Hurt's Fine bhoes for Ladles a specialty I'.'IK 10lliM.A... C'JJ 1'i.Ats. taut. I hate a lot or Flno Shoes, hit own maXo, tbat I UI cell at a tiarcalu. Giro mo a trial. bHIb THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE. Mnyn nnd Ifonrw of Upttltii In nnd llitt nf M HMtiltiisfiiii. ir.iAiiTiTiti:H. From II. nnd I'. Htntlon. ForHoston 3p m (without chango of onrs) rorNewYork-7HA!,1 9(Ilmlied, nil l ill man parlor cars), 11 nnd 11 ua m, llix, 8,4 (limited, all iirlor carsj, 4 10, li), UJO rorPI'hlliulelrlilsV-7.3S, 0. 0 V) (limited), 11 and II 40 a. m. (dally for Now ork and I'hlladelpMa): UV 2, (Umltod), 410, e-to lOfttidlli'O p tn. rorWaltlmore-6n,7ra.O, 0 lO(limltod), OV). 11 (dally except hundny), and U.h) a. m , 12-00 (accomodation), 2, 4 (limited), 4 10, 4JB. 4 40. 61, WJO. 10 and 1I5 p. m. On isundayonlyatfl-oia. m.,loual fur mill more and ay stations, Por Chicago, Cincinnati and Ht. Irals 0 50 a m. OlmltwIjandD'Wftndlop m. ForUuffalo. Llmlra and IIarnsburjr-3 'XJ a. m. and 10 p. m. , For Annapolis 7!5 a. m , 12 W, 4 10 and COO p. m.OundaynatDa. ra. ami 4 lt)p m) Tot I'opo's Creek Lino 7 JWa. m., 4 li) p. m on week days only. For Alemnilrla-6, u 13, 8 to, lfl.57a m : W-Oi, 8-oa,4-a5, 4A B-Ol.BtJo, 1011 and 1137 p m (Hui.dayaltf,840,P47t107,a.ni i V),0Ol and wo, p. m ) For Klchmond and tbo South 0 and U 57 a m, and 4A1 p. m., (dally except Sunday) Via Atlantic Coast Mno. Fcr ( Inclnnntl, IoulsvllleftndrJt. Louis, via Cliesatako and f ibb aaop. ra. For tort Alonroo, Newport News and Nor folk-0 uo nnd 10 ')7 a. ra. (except ISundays.) For Iam xburg, Ituund Illlland points on W.O A w, flu a. m. (dally except tiunday) ana i n p. m Jtoyal X.35 p. m., orxept Hundays For Lynchburg. Atlanta and New Orleans b so and 11 j . m. (dlly for Atlanta) and Up. m, via Midland. J'rotn it. A 41. Mtntlnn. For Ualtlmorn-s. C.io. o to. 7.W. B;w and 0 M a.mj U10.1SO, 3.15. 3.W. 4J0, 4 10, 4 W B 10, 6 ii 7A X and 11 ,id p. m. On Sun day, c n, 70, h 10 aurl una rn ; l-si, lsw 3J", 4-m 4 10, n::a), (M1.8-A1I J"P-m. For Anna polls- fi l, bjo a. m , und li 10 and 4 lift p m Hiinday, 8 30 a. in. and 4 to p. tn For I'olntol Itorks lrodurlek 10 lO.lUAttt ra 1 b tup. m. 1 rediiick on Sunday. 1.1 p. m. For jKtfLts In Mittiandoab Valler at far as l.u ray J is p. m. nauy, except Sunday. For aiiln ri-bunr-ouri and nuo a. ro : ujo, 4.IU.& ,f.AA1and llaW n. m. dally, ct 1 1 Mindar; on Sunday, le.io a. m., 1 15 6 0, 8'tSnnd lirp. ra. For Ilnccrstown lu.io a, rn and B 10 p. m dally, en ept hundny. Forchlcngo luJtSu.m ,U top.m dally. For I'lttsburg-io is a. m , 85 p. m d dly r or Cincinnati, inucviiio auuoi, jaui o i andb.-to p. m dally AltltMAI.K At II nod I". Htntloti, From Toston 10 13 a. m. tnxpros). Irom Now York B-n, b. awl 10-45 a. m : 1 to. it, 8 10, 4 (limited), 7 15 (I1CW), 8 15, $M (limited) nnd 10 47 p tn. From lialtlrnoro Ctf, ,-m, 8, 833, 8 1 0 20, aud 10 43 a. m; 1,K, i, J lu. 4,5.m,7:M (new).B 13,5. and 10 47p m. From tide jgn,ht, I-ouls, Pitthbnrg and Cln clnnatl-bWandOJO a m; tM and 7.13 pm. Trom Annnpolls 8-00 a m ; IJWand 5 'Op ra Fromliuffalu, Hlmlra and Uarrlahurg UJOa. m. aud 7,15 p tn. FroraSIana'san, 1 horoughfaro Gap and Front Koyal 47 a. m , except fnndays From v arrenton 8 10 a. in., K-it,sfl and 0 40 p. m. From Atlanta, New Orleans and Lynchbtirr 8 10 a. m. and 1- 04 aud HXi p. ra. From TupoH Creek Uno 8 35 a. m. (except bundays) und bUp.ni. From I'Mladi Iphla 5 s5, 8 and 10 is a ro . and 1 30, 8, 3 10, 4, 7.(3 (new), b 15,8.55 and 11M7 p.m. From Klchmond and tbo South 11.21 a. m ; 8 40 and 11 p ro. From Alexandria 12JI0 (oxceptMondayJ.CSS, 8t 0 13, 0 17, 10 ai, and -A u. m.) 1.40,8.843,510,73,0 10.051 and lip. m.tsnndrtysat uao, bsWand 111 a. m., I'M, 0.31 and 11 p.m. From Cincinnati, Louisville and St. Loots B 50 and 0 40 p. ro. From Fort Monroe, Newport News and Nor folk 3 40 p. m (dally except Hunday). From Kound Hill, Leosburg and points on W O. A W. 8 40 a. m. and J &Ti p. m. The even Ins train does not run on bundays. At II. A. O. Htntlon. From BaltimoroO w, B 10, 8 10, 10. 10 31, 10 13 and 11-15 a. m; 10, 8-03, 4,iu, 5S, C. 7:10, 8, 8-45 and UJSO p. m j 130 a. m. On Snnday, 8 10, 10, 10M, 10 45 a. m ; QM, 8-03, BU, 05, 8. 8.13, H-IO p. m ; UM a. m. From Annaills io and 10 . a. m., lv and & JO p. m. (Sunday le 35 a. m. and 0 J3 p. ra ) From Frederick 85. 013 a. m., and iix, 817 p m dally, except Sunday, on San dar. H-25B tn. From Ilarpcr'a Ferry 3 13 p. m. dally. From Galtkcrsbnrg-7 4 BiB, OJ, 1113, a.m.; 83, 4, 5 15,8 17 and n.-JOp. m. sun- day.B-85. 10-a, m.B15,b lTaiidll-JOp m. From Ilagcrstown J5 a. m and 1,15, 4-w, ('17 p. m., dully, except Minday From Chicago and llttsbur-cW aud 7S a. m nnd 4 jo p. m. dally. From Cincinnati, Loulsvlllo and St. Lonls- 6-20 a m. and 11 n. m dally ODR STREET RAILWAYS. How to Uracil All 1'ortlnns of the National Capital, Fare for each p rson on all lines, 5 cents. Tickets are sold by driver or con luctor of all cars, C for 23 cents, good un any line. Washington and fieorcitow n Rail road -St arts ntdeorpctuwn, corner of High, struct, down Hrldpu street, ucrois Kock Creek, fint alone Tenncyhanla avenue, pa'1uK cln to eon tainliiR Mllli' ft (i tuo 01 Val'ln(.ton: Cor coran (alkry, btatd, WaraudNay Depart ments;rrtsldi nt's Uoune, Laf-iyctleNiuaro, (ontulnlnR Mill' eiiucstrlnn Ntatiio of An drew Jaknon; Dejuirt tnt nt of Jutlie(hult lnjiat UttrtntliBlriet, v, lit re transfers nro frhentoloiirlceiithbtnct Hraneh) rittecnth street, pnst Jtlitc llouo and Treasury Do- Cartttunti nealii(lownrenn4yWanlnnenue yWUIard sand olher bote Is, and throutib theprlnel,nl Liihlnets portion of tlio city, erohtlnc heventh ftrcet west at Center Market (where transfers aro plen to thu te entli Street llranc li, colntr north toward llnund&rv Mrect orHiiutb to 1'otomaa Itlver). 1 ant Hi itiiTi leal danleiiFi to Nn al Monument the ro transfers uro ch en to brunch running J iu Jituiuiiuru mm uuiu i.aitiu im siuiuji, m ccndlng south side of Capitol Hill, contln nine alouir li Btrcet south to l'ennj-lian!a aMiine, turnlngintoKlchth street east, pan tho Mm luo Barracks to Nary-Yard cato Rcturulne, same route and conditions. Fourteen th street Branch Htarts at New lork aiciiueand lift tenth street west, out 1-ou.tcenth btrcet to Boundary, pmsln Franhlln Miiaro and Thorn is htatuo Ho turning, snino route. Transre'ticlventoand Irom main or AM'iiuo line. CoimecM with cars to Mount 1'leasant every halt hour Fare, a cents additional, beventb street Branch-Starts at Boundary and runs dno south across the city alone beventh street west, passion" Mount e-ruun Square, I'atent nnd l'ostofllee-t, Odltel lows' llall. crosstiiR PennsyUanla avenue nt Centre Market and City PostoillcoCwIiuro tranbffmtreclwu tothe main or Avenue Ilnol.contlnmnjr ntros tho Mill, pan tlio bmltlisonlan Institution and National Mu k urn, to Hie w har es of tbe Mount union. NorlulL and other steamer and Alexandria ferry. Returning, same route .Metropolitan Runway 1 cnwiK Gooreotown, whi're It makes a circuit of Wen, High, layette, Peeond, Dumbarton nnd Mont gomery streets, passing near Oeorgetowij DolUgo, Academy of the Mtallou, High fcenlco Rihenolr.und Oik Hill cim ti.ry OMrltotk Creek to I'btrect north, f hem along tnnectlrut avenue nmfd-i the pain tlal re-ldenf-es of the West End Including thatof thu Lrltlrh minister, along mudu tcentlmtieet ucn to I! strci t north. Four teei.ili str 1 1 tti t,p,i.ingMlUrd s und thu hbbltt lli'iMo nwlg Ninth "tree t (ttheie traiibrs are cimii to tho Mntlmtrect Brnnrh) pat the I'atent und Tout Orth en, toUHli xtn-it, to Louisiana imnue,pnlu.r Jitdhlury Siuare ilty Hull an I I lm olu Monument, Indluui meiiuetoi streLt, by tl e Baltlimire and (H1I0 deiit to HtUware UTeniie, to 11 Btreit north to First utreet enn, thetien along i: jt tapltol ntrci t to Lin coin 1'nrk. Ri nulling, ttiiini r.mto gulug we'st,e"It along New .hrtey axeuue and liticet luAteud of Indl ina uiemio. Cars aNo i ave t lie wct front of tho State, WnrandNaylvpurtmemts at i-omonlent Intenal", connecting Hlih ubo Uno at betcntccnlliami H streets. Ninth street Branib htarts at northern ter miuuscd huenth street west (bcroltcuii nectt with bth erupting Itiumhi, diverging to Mnth meet, thence wjuHi, jusiiig Mount Vernon Miuare, Misonlt Teniplu, I'atent and l'iwtulliees at F itri,e't iwlteru tittimftrs are gtvin to nuln lino em or wcht), theme to II trctt, tuisliig (fiitru Market and Bait Inn ro and I'otomue 1 iut, Mxth street to MfsHiurl ninue, to Four and a hall utreet. thence to the Arsn1.1l gnto and atcaniboat whin, rotonuc hltcr Helurnlng by s imu r.mie &lh erPirlngH lli-am ti-Marts from northern terminus of Mnth ktrtet Brain h, b Honing iMiuiilli htnet mad, i.it Howard lultui slty and tehiiel.en Turk ti eiitruuoo t.t grounds of boldkrs' Houio. Koturnliu, flints loiito Cdumlla Rallway-Storlsat Flfttenth nnn i v-t, Mmtheasi of Treasury IK i utim tt along New ork aimue to IU ititur-wi n 11 TvltH Mussuchucetts aM'iuie m vunli Ftreet, thence un M iiui lui t'- n ' 'i ' llnluit north, lust the ll nrnnn m I'll 1 lint lilllco to Boundary ant Ujiiniu f Faltiuuro turnpiko and l.i muim IJnlgw r ud. Returning, same rotito North Cuilted and OMniM ( t UiU 11 st at -MmtH from Maul ml m Kill- an Biul a hall cirLtl, (hen ti ' I ' ' ' ' north to i -ti.el .st t. r m 1 -"tr. .i iioithtn 1' utiiet w. 1 1 Kit" ' Hlro wiUtli t.i E nri.i 11 1 'i ftii ' I itiiiiiitli ("tree! sxmtb t" idiit a "i i-t ti Tweltih Hired imtli t. irgltiU n nue and ear t to ttartiiiu ixifni Itt tHrntnc arao route excel t iiasstujt curt oei oimleadwf I'-stUct TTKritCCKDt NTLIJ ATTIC ttTTIOMI rr llnir u Jlllllon Distributed! Louisiana State Lottery Co. Incorporated by tho T glslaturo In WA for Kdurnliunal and Charitable purposes, and lti frauchlso mado a r-att of tbo present Utalo constitution In 187D, by au overwhelming popular vote. Its Grand Slnglo Number Prftwlngs take placo every month, and Its (Irand Herol-An nual Drawings tako placo every six months (Juno and Decotnber). "ir itofitrtly crrtify that we ivpervti tH atrnnQnnentiJor ail W jioniuy uhu nani-sin- fival Diatelhy of tfn LouitUtna matt Lot' lru f mii turn i ami in trtan mtinaai awl COn- tiwth lirauingt lhtmtlttt, and that thtiam m rimittiftilFith hrmtttxl. fnirntti atul in OOft JaiUi touatd all t-artlil. omt ta avtkorlt thi lotrtbany to uu thi ctttljlcaU In it adwrtUi tiunri." Commissioners. We, tbe undersigned Banks and Bankers1, Will pay all ITlze drawn In the Louisiana State lotteries which may be presented at our counters: J.ll.tNjiUAUTt l'rrs. La. .lit Dank. I'll-HUE LAMUX, 1'rcs. Mat JUL Dank. 1. lUUin I, I'rM. 5. U. AaU Baak. I lit!. hOIIV, I'm. Cnlon it. Ilank. (Irnnd Slngt Number Drawl 11 ir at the Academy otituslc. Now Orlcant, TUfiS HAY, Nctvoiabcr 8, lb7. Capital Prize $!50fOOO. nyNotlco Tickets are 510 only. Halves, $C; Filths, Ui Tenths, $1. Ilt-T nr riilKXn. 1 CAPITAL T'It!7K OK SIM 000 SIW.000 w.ono . J 1,0110 . ,ooo , 20,000 ),OllO B5,0lll juaxi w.ooo . 30,000 10,1X11 50,000 1 (1KANI) I'ltlKK OK M.iiO, 1 JIIA.II I'illtC HIT stljuu.K 1'iuzi.a ot 4 bAHUK I'HIZKI Of aoi'itizw ok 1M,. C.OiM. 1.0W. tM.., 300 luo. to 100 irrnoxiMATioN rniru. loo Aptiroximatlon Irlcs fW)- luo do ilt joo. 100 dn do Jul. l.ux) Terminal Prizes of to. 2,170 irlzc3. amounting to I53S.O0O tSTTor Club Kates tir any lurtber Informa tion apply to tho undcrslifnwl Vour band wrlthiK must br distinct and blrjnaturt iXnln, More rat Id return malt delivery will leas sured by you eiielofilnft an tDTloje bearing: your full address. bend rostal Notes, ExprcsMoney Orders or Kew ork Exchange Id on Unary letter. Cur rency by express (at our cxpeme) addressed M. A. DAUPHIN, New Urleans, La Address lieelftered Letters to New Orleans Modi! Batik, New Orleans, La. HEMEMHEItthatth? pnwence of General nuaurecrird and Karly, who arolnehanfeoC ttie drawings, li a guarantee of absolute fair ness and Integrity, that tho ebaudos are all equal, and that no one can possibly dlvlno vhatnumherwllldrawa prize. , "ItEMLMIinn aio, that the payment of prizes ts (lUAltANTEKD BY rOUll NA TIONAL DAN Km of New Orleans, and the) tickets oroslRTied by tho I'rcident of an In stitution whose chartered rlshts are recog nized In tho highest Courts; therefore, beware; of all Imitations and anonymous schemes." WOOD AND COAL. 1. BALDWIN JOHNSON Wholesalo and Retail Dealer In WOOD AND COAL. Complcto Facilities. bottom Prtoea. Fall Ucbfht and Measure. Wood and coal direct Irom the forests and mines by rail and water, and free from alas, slate and other Impurities GIVE ME ATRIAL. Main Yard and OQic-e, 1011 It. I ave. n.w. Branch oil A st. n. e. Urancb Ofice, corner Oth and S sts. n. w. Allronnyted bv telephone COAL! OOlXj! AWAY DOWN) BUY YOUR WINTER bUFPLY NOW. not weather to talk coal, but prices are so low it 9, ill pay you to cull on A, B. Smith and leave your order to-day Coal, direct from the mines, arriving dally per cars at Coul Depot, 1st and L tU u e, It. and O, R R. tnit e, cod New York ave n w all at cither place and i-ecuro your supply. July prices, cheap, A. It. HMiril, C09 New Tork men no. UBE CF.RK8. bTKllLIWO. MIKKCOLA. UI1.T tjDOB or UOLUKH H1LI, FLOU R, Asd tov will always nare beautiful Bread, ltolls and BlACults. Wholesale Depot, coruet First street and Indiana arenno. WM. St. O.ILT a CO. MEDICAL. ELY'S fllCAli BAUI Ulesntoi the Nasal l'asKugeH, A1Ihj l'.iln At Inflaium ut Ion, Heats the Sores, Sense of Tustc JAV-EEVER TK the CCHK. A particle Is applied (nro each nostril and Is ag ceuble 1'rleu V tent-- at ilraitclr; b? mail, registered, 0 - 1 I BHUrilURj, yaSCieeuwUhrit N-work MUIKEMESS t)r tlin Ilqoor Habit Cau He Cured Uy Administering lr llalues Golden bpecltle. Can he given in a eun of coffee or toa with out the kimw lee gent the ierun taking It. It Isabucdiitily hnnnk-s and wtUctTocta tor mancnt and spevdy i ure whether the patient Is a moderate drinker er au alcohol!" wreck. It has been sheu In iluiunands of taei and In etery Instance a perfect cue has futlovs&l. It nter tilU. Ihe sjbteu onco Impieg nated wllh the Specific It becomes au utter ImpOBslblllty fortho llqaor appetite to exist, lor sale by 8 r Ware under Kbbllt Hoiisoi R K Helibenstlre, Fourteen lb street and Veimoiit uienue. phlngtun tlFAK, ti-NDKMLni'KI) I'AHTS of the boil tntargeil and stieilglhenel Full larm iiinri- -eni seated ireo emit jiuui- AL e e m l-FALO N V. OEAFKSSESSl iiroiichiU8.anaY Consumption CURED AT HOME. MTU PAMPHI FT l'ttTI'' $ n nn kohth tiHOtl) HTHrk Oli J hUlLllikLPIUk. ft Ur.I.W.t'me'sCurbwlatootTar lubalenl htnd for en rsmpblct aa J sme this Taper. QATOTBH W-"S I 1 I 1 laMlMlJ iMir 1 ti